RT: ‘US instigating violent crackdown on whistleblowers, dissent’

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The way government is over-classifying information:
“It’s not national security information,
it’s the government using classification
as a way of protecting its own corruption and fraud.”
Naomi Wolf

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The Individual against The Scourge of Collectivism​

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Collectivism, as a political ideology, thrives on the idea that force by the state should determine how those in the mob can benefit at the expense of others. It allows for the collective to force policy decisions that serve to dictate how each individual must live his life. It has no respect for private property. It attempts to destroy self-responsibility, self-reliance, and self-interest. It puts the mob, whether that is the community, the state, or the nation, above all else. It relies on the elimination of individualism, all for the so-called benefit of society as a whole. Collectivism is then, the epitome of immorality, of dishonesty, and of exploitation.”

“Why do people choose to run with the mob, to exist in a mass? They do so because it is the easiest path with the least amount of resistance. They do so thinking they are bettering their lot in life. They do so because they are afraid, and seek to gain a false safety. They do so to shirk personal responsibility. They do so to hide from the truth. They do so to hide from themselves. Gary D. Barnett

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The Triumvirate of Wall Street/ the Fed/ and US Politicians is Crumbling

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“Months ago, I warned that a tsunami of litigation was going to be coming to Wall Street and Washington.”

“Indeed, the only reason this process hasn’t already reached a fever pitch is because the benefits of not talking for most of those who were in on the corruption still outweigh the consequences of keeping their mouths shut.”

“It’s too early to know, but one thing is for certain, the litigation is beginning to shift from minor players to major players at the core of the Financial Crisis.    Graham Summers, Phoenix Capital Research

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