The Washington Post and it’s History of Questionable Practices

(Ryan DeLarme) The Washington Post, maybe you’ve heard of it? Also known as WaPo, the Post is a news publication composed of more than 700 journalists. This daily “American” newspaper is the most widely circulated newspaper inside the DC beltway, and the area’s oldest politically focused news source. In 2013, it was purchased from the “Graham family” (who had owned and operated the Post for generations) by Amazon founder Jeff Bezos (Nash Holdings LLC) for a quarter of a billion dollars. It is oft alleged that WaPo is a propaganda mouthpiece for the CIA and it’s deep-state criminal interests.

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Using the ‘law merchant’ to protect ourselves from harm

By AL Whitney © copyround 2017
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We have been exposing the commercial nature of our government and legal system for several years. In fact we recommended using a legal notice for smart meters in the Lawfully Yours guide since it came out in 2014. So, it is exciting to see this concept advanced by others, like the InPower Movement.


Here is an article by Dr. David Mercola regarding this effort:

The more folks begin to understand that we call government today is just an interlocking franchised network of corporations engaged in commerce – the sooner we can restore some sanity to our poor exploited planet.