Goodbye to the Internet: Interference by Governments Is Already Here

Rothschild predatory banks has the planet by the short & curlies courtesy of their loans … borrower servant to the lender

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There is a saying attributed to the French banker Nathan Rothschild that “Give me control of a nation’s money and I care not who makes its laws.” Conservative opinion in the United States has long suspected that Rothschild was right and there have been frequent calls to audit the Federal Reserve Bank based on the presumption that it has not always acted in support of the actual interests of the American people. That such an assessment is almost certainly correct might be presumed based on the 2008 economic crash in which the government bailed out the banks, which had through their malfeasance caused the disaster, and left individual Americans who had lost everything to face the consequences.

Be that as it may, if there were a modern version of the Rothschild comment it might go something like this: “Give me control of the internet and no one will ever more…

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5 thoughts on “Goodbye to the Internet: Interference by Governments Is Already Here”

      1. This article is dynamite Pam. I’m putting it up at Uncensored also.
        I think Kenneth T has missed the point that this goes way beyond internet censorship and is but a small part of a rapidly progressing worldwide agenda to control and dominate EVERY aspect of our lives.
        This is why the likes of you and I spend so much time battling and exposing and informing.
        And if Kenneth thinks this isn’t a life and death matter, I suggest he investigate Chinese organ harvesting.

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        1. Oh the harvesting Martin, that is awful. Horrifying. I began to look a while back at that, lost track of it but I saw enough to know it is very real & shocking. Yes, world wide agenda indeed & those with eyes open can see the noose closing in, very quickly.

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