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RUSSELL BRAND We are LIVING on a FARM & ELITE Turned us into CONSUMER SHEEPLE

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SUBSCRIBE for Latest on RUSSELL BRAND / MAX KEISER / NEW WORLD ORDER / GLOBAL RESET / MATRIX / ILLUMINATI http://www.youtube.com/EliteNWOAgenda RUSSELL BRAND - We are LIVING on a FARM & ELITE Turned us into CONSUMER SHEEPLE I think a SOCIALIST EGALITARIAN system based on the massive redistribution of wealth. Heavy taxation of corporations and massive responsibilities for energy companies and energy companies exploiting the environment ...and I think they should be taxed .... I think the very concept of profit of should be hugely reduced ...I say profit is a filthy word." Russell Brand talks to Alex Jones about humanity's spiritual revolution and the source of the elite's power. Comedian Russell Brand terrified anchors on MSNBC's Morning Joe program by lecturing them about how the media distracts from real news by obsessing about superficial distractions. "Stand your ground. Don't fire unless fired upon, but if they mean to have a war, let it begin here." - Militia Captain John Parker at the Battle Of Lexington Just a couple days ago, two armed assailants, a married couple purported by the mainstream media to be "white supremacists" and "conspiracy theorists," ambushed two police officers at a CiCi's Pizza in Las Vegas, killing the officers after screaming, "This is a revolution!" The suspects then reportedly covered one officer's body with a Gadsden Don't Tread On Me flag and then fled to a Walmart, where they killed another man with a CCW who attempted to reason with them, then committed suicide. Yes, it reads like a Southern Poverty Law Center fantasy story; and in many ways, it is. As we all predicted the MSM has followed the pattern they have always followed, which is to equate the actions of one or two psychotics with the beliefs and principles of the liberty movement in general. I remember when Jared Loughner fired into a crowd of people near Tucson, Ariz., killing numerous Federal and State employees; the immediate response by the media was to attempt to tie him to the liberty movement. In the end, he turned out to be a raving leftist. I remember the Boston Marathon bombing and the automatic reflex by the media to accuse "right-wing extremists" of the crime. So far, we have seen NO hard evidence to implicate anyone specific in that atrocity, including the Tsarnaev brothers. Of all the violent crimes dumped in the lap of the liberty movement over the years, how many have actually been committed or endorsed by the liberty movement? I can't think of any. "russell brand" revolution spiritual spirit revolution life "max keiser" message religion man "man kind" humanity consumer tech technology 2014 future people activist fair primate instinct tribal uk "united kingdom" zoo farm farming memory system nature natural "end times" matrix design 2015 ritual energy fight battle elite "new world order" london sheeple agenda u.s. "united states" usa america power trending media news entertainment iphone ipad android samsung "elite nwo agenda" iphone 6 iwatch wearable tech big brother george orwell 1984 cctv surveillance dictator symbolism alex jones infowars rant gerald celente david icke we are change louis farrakhan jim rogers coast to coast am This has not prevented the establishment media from doing everything in their power to associate criminal action with political ideals. Efforts to sully the success of the Bundy Ranch stand-off were swift, with Jared and Amanda Miller's visit to Bunkerville splashed across the headlines. Luckily, the sound judgement of organizations like Oath Keepers led founder Stewart Rhodes to personally ask the two future shooters to leave the property. I can only imagine the weight of the slander if they had been allowed to stay. When an activist movement holds the moral high ground against a repressive establishment power structure, the establishment's primary recourse is to target the character of its principles. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the number of farms in the United States has fallen from about 6.8 million in 1935 to only about 2 million today. That doesn't mean that there is less farming going on. U.S. farms are producing more than ever. But what it does mean is that farming is increasingly becoming dominated by the big boys. The rules of the game have been tilted in favor of big agribusiness so dramatically that most small farmers find that they simply cannot compete anymore. Back in 1900, about 39 percent of the U.S. population worked on farms. At this point, only about 2 percent of all Americans now live on farms. Big agribusiness, the food processing conglomerates, and big seed companies such as Monsanto completely dominate the industry. Unless something dramatic is done, the family farm is going to continue to be wiped out of existence. Unfortunately, it does not look like things are going to turn around any time soon. copy and paste link https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVIzr0Oh_wnjAozuacdP9fg/videos http://www.freedom.tm/via/kripto



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