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Category: NWO

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Aafia and Malala; A Tale of Two Pakistani Women

2014 Nobel Peace Prize co-winner Malala Yusufzai made it to Time Magazines’s 25 Most Influential Teens for highlighting intimidation of women in Pakistan. While becoming an overnight celebrity in the West, she generates mixed reactions and even hostility in Pakistan. Another Pakistani woman, Aafia Siddiqui, continues to suffer far more physical injury and mental trauma than Malala, and maybe even rape. She even witnessed her youngest infant succumb to fatal injuries during her arrest. While Aafia was quietly flushed down the memory hole in the West, She has reemerged in Pakistan as a symbol of a nation’s blight.

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Documentary Review-Analysis; GASLAND highlights the Fracking Up of America

Gasland, a 2010 American documentary film, has made a lot of waves because of its critical view of the practice of fracking. The fracking industry has responded with not just a rebuttal, but a full documentary film of their own. Which only adds more merit to the film. While the producers may have intended to highlight the dangers of fracking, the documentary also becomes a poignant portrayal of eroding civil and property rights in North America.

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Documentary Review-Analysis; The Hole Story sheds light on the Secret History of the Canadian Mining Industry

The Hole Story is a critical documentary on mining in Canada, from its early beginnings to its present state. Given the little known importance of mining in the history of Canada, it also turns out to become an informative exploration of the Secret History of Canada. While the documentary points fingers at “corporations” and “greed,” I believe there is a bigger subtext here. This is about people with no concept of living as free people being pushed into endangering free people in other parts of the world. The following are my own extrapolations based on selective facts culled from the documentary.

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Seven Reasons to avoid lending your approval to the Rob Ford Takedown

In one of my books, I had mentioned that Canada was technically a pretendocracy. While the institutions for a free society are present, access to political leadership is restricted by secret societies and undocumented cabals to a few elite bloodlines. Occasionally, commoners may bumble into positions of political leadership. And even more rarely, they may gain an active following. But when this happens, we get something like the Rob Ford takedown. I had never known Rob Ford prior to the media frenzy (nor have I ever known any mayor of Toronto). But as LewRockwell.com reported, the writing is on the wall. The Mighty Wurlitzer of the mainstream media doesn’t start manning the harpoons like that unless some big toes have been stepped on. Anyway, here are some reasons to avoid lending your approval to the Rob Ford takedown.

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A Roadmap of the Dangers of Western University for Independent Minded Students

In my personal narrative, I outlined how some research into the role of the Soviet Union in the World Wars morphed into a full persecution campaign against me at Dalhousie University. While I may never recover from what happened, I did manage to gain a bird’s eye view of how Criminal Interests operate in a University Atmosphere. I have compiled these original insights into formal guide which will help students entering Western Universities fully understand the dangers they may have...

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The World War Deception

The World War Deception is ground-breaking research into the two World Wars, which incorporates new developments in conspiracy literature. While there has been plenty of conspiracy literature into different facets of the two World Wars, this book attempts to provide a unified birds eye view of how the two World Wars were essential in shaping our world (for the worse). In addition, some original research into different facets of the World Wars are included.

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The Federal Reserve as an Instrument of War

While much has been written about how the Federal Reserve benefits certain private parties and how it generates money out of thin air, this paper delves deeper into the operation of the Federal Reserve as an instrument of war, and its historical role as a primary enabler of armed international conflict. A comparison is done with an analogous monetary institution, the Bank of Canada, to show that the Federal Reserve is being operated differently, with war being its chief historical focus.