Joe Rogan Interviews Edward Snowden

By now, it should be crystal clear to anyone paying attention that individual autonomy and freedom is under attack by powerful forces with the capability to shape and mold society according to their own whims.

Tech monopolies like Google and Facebook have accumulated the power to erase your civil liberties, often without you even noticing it happening, even though it’s occurring right in front of your face, or in this case, right on your computer or cellphone screen.

Over the years, Google became the biggest “library” in the history of the world. While it began as an inconceivable blessing, giving people access to information they might never have had access to before, it has since morphed into a massive, and just as inconceivable, control device.

As of June 2019, Google has changed the game, and you are no longer able to access this vast treasure-trove of information in the same way you were able to in the past.

The results can be nothing short of devastating, as you’re not only prevented from finding truthful information about health (among other things), but you’re actively being led toward information that will mislead you. So, it’s a double whammy.

In the video above, Joe Rogan interviews Edward Snowden. It’s a nearly three-hour-long interview and, if you can, I highly recommend taking the time to watch it in its entirety. It may well be one of the best interviews Snowden has ever given.

However, I started the video for you toward the end, where he was finally warmed up and getting into some amazing stories before Rogan cut him off at two hours and 45 minutes.

Who Is Edward Snowden?

Snowden became a household name in the summer of 2013, when he came forward as the source of leaked classified National Security Agency (NSA) documents proving the existence of programs designed to spy on the American (and international) public.1

Snowden, a high-ranking security technologist and former employee of the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency, was working as a tech specialist with Booz Allen Hamilton, a consulting firm and defense contractor.

In that capacity, he’d been contracted to perform work for the NSA at a facility in Hawaii. Over the course of his four-year stint with the NSA, he learned about these secret surveillance programs.

At great personal sacrifice, Snowden ended up leaking a cache of documents showing the extreme extent to which the public was (and still is) being surveilled. The leaked documents made their way into news stories published in The Washington Post2 and the Guardian,3 among others.

In a note attached to the first document leaked to The Washington Post, Snowden said his sole motive for disclosing the information was “to inform the public as to that which is done in their name and that which is done against them.”4

Snowden — The People’s Hero

While some (especially those in the intelligence community) regard him as a traitor of the worst kind, others, myself included, see him as a patriot and a hero. Without doubt, he’s one of the most important whistleblowers in modern history.

Snowden sacrificed everything to make us aware of the illegal, immoral and largely unnecessary surveillance taking place. As reported by The Guardian in 2013:5

“He has had ‘a very comfortable life’ that included a salary of roughly $200,000, a girlfriend with whom he shared a home in Hawaii, a stable career, and a family he loves.

‘I’m willing to sacrifice all of that because I can’t in good conscience allow the U.S. government to destroy privacy, internet freedom and basic liberties for people around the world with this massive surveillance machine they’re secretly building.’”

Snowden initially fled from Hawaii to Hong Kong to evade capture. He was eventually granted asylum in Russia after being stranded at the Moscow airport transit zone for a month. U.S. authorities annulled his passport, which prevented him from going anywhere, but the transit zone is also, technically, not Russian soil, so he couldn’t be extradited.6

Snowden lives in Russia to this day and, so far, all extradition efforts have failed. This situation, which has strained relations between the U.S. and Russia, is likely one reason why Russia has been chronically painted as a political enemy in recent years.

Snowden recently released his first book, “Permanent Record,” in which he details not only his life but also his views on the shift of power, and how technology plays a role in that shift.

Is Global Surveillance Legal?

In his interview with Rogan, Snowden addresses the common misconception that the global, technological surveillance programs he uncovered is no big deal because, well, isn’t that what intelligence agencies are supposed to do?

The answer, he says, is no, they’re not supposed to spy on lawful citizens. Under law, the U.S. government is only allowed to surveil or spy on an individual if they have actual cause to do so, meaning there’s a suspicion that a particular individual is engaged in illegal activity or activity that threatens national security or public safety.

In other words, they have to get a warrant before they can access your private records, be it phone calls, emails, photos, travel itineraries or the like. Snowden goes on to recount the history of how this legal framework changed — which all happened in secret.

The first surveillance program was known as Stellar Wind, which was basically a program to surveil all phone calls and internet communications, globally, ostensibly to look for people with links to al-Qaida. “They started doing this in secret and it was completely unconstitutional, completely illegal,” Snowden says.

“Step by step by step, our constitutional rights were changed. And we weren’t allowed to know it … We, the American people, had sort of lost our seat at the table of the government. We were no longer partner to government; we had become subject to government.”

Indeed, over the years, we’ve seen a shift where it doesn’t seem to matter what the people want anymore. Those in government are just doing what they want, regardless of the weight of the objections.

The mandating of vaccines is perhaps a perfect example of this. Thousands of people can show up to object at public hearings, yet their objections fall on deaf ears. Obviously, we cannot change a system if we don’t understand how the system works, or that it even exists, and this is why Snowden decided to go public with what he’d found.

Now, one of the tech platforms that facilitates the implementation of all this surveillance is, you guessed it, Google. Google performs an invaluable service by tracking and indefinitely storing every single keystroke you’ve ever made.

How Your Cellphone Spies on You


If the three-hour interview is too much to handle, at least watch this 20-minute outtake from Rogan’s interview with Snowden. In it, he specifically discusses how your cellphone has become an undercover surveillance device.

At all times, your phone is connected to the nearest cellphone tower, and it’s continuously broadcasting a globally unique identifier code that identifies your physical handset. This is why when someone calls your number, your phone rings and no one else’s.

Each cell tower your phone connects to makes a permanent record of your handset and phone number, and the time that it was connected to that particular tower.

Since you have to have a service subscription for your phone number, once someone has your handset ID and corresponding phone number, they can obtain your identity. So, as you move about your day, your phone is tracking your every move, provided it’s on your person.

As noted by Snowden, there is no need for this information to be kept forever, and yet it is. Companies see this data as valuable information, providing them with data points about you, your interests, personal connections and so on, which is then turned into a gigantic profile of you as a person that can be exploited in various ways, including for marketing purposes.

Snowden also explains how, even if you have GPS turned off in your phone, as long as you’re connected to Wi-Fi, your exact location is still being identified and recorded, thanks to globally unique identifiers in Wi-Fi modems. In other words, Wi-Fi access points act as proxies for your location even in the absence of GPS data.

How Can You Protect Your Privacy?

So, what can you do to protect your privacy? As strange as it sounds, even shutting your cellphone off isn’t a guaranteed shield from this kind of surveillance, as shutting it off might not entirely shut it off.

The reason for this is because most smartphones now have permanent batteries, and if you cannot remove the battery, you cannot be certain that no data are being received or transmitted from the device.

According to Snowden, “There are ways to hack a phone to where it appears to be off but it’s not actually off, it’s just ‘pretending’ to be off.” If you want to learn more about this, see Snowden’s paper7 “Against the Law: Countering Lawful Abuses of Digital Surveillance,” published in The Journal of Open Engineering.

For the average person, though, such hacking will not take place and shouldn’t be of great concern. (Snowden’s paper addresses the problem of cellphone surveillance from the point of view of how it can sabotage and threaten the safety of journalists, who may be actively targeted.)

Snowden recommends that when considering mitigation efforts, first consider just how damaging the information might be to you were it to be exploited. So, in other words, don’t send “top-secret” documents from your cellphone, for example.

The primary threat to the average citizen is the bulk collection of data, Snowden says, which is made possible by the fact that most people leave their phones on all the time.

“The central problem with smartphone use today is you have no idea what the hell it’s doing,” he says. “You don’t know what it’s connected to or how frequently it’s [sending/receiving information]. Apple and IOS make it impossible to see what kind of network connections are constantly made on the device.”

Privacy Requires the Ability to Control Your Data

What we need is the ability to make decisions about which apps and programs are able to communicate and when, Snowden says. Part of the problem is the fact that there’s an entire industry built on keeping all of this invisible, to keep you in the dark about what data are being collected on you and when.

“We need to make the activity of our devices … more visible and understandable to the average person,” he says. “And then give control over it.” Google and Apple are not providing this capability, claiming it’s simply too complex a task, and that, Snowden says, “is actually a confession of the problem.”

“If you think people can’t understand it, if you think there are too many communications happening, you think there’s too much complexity in there, [then] it needs to be simplified,” Snowden says. “It should be a much more simple process.

It should be obvious, and the fact that it’s not; the fact that we read story after story … saying your data has been breached here, this company is spying on you

… this company is manipulating your purchases or your search results, or they’re hiding these things from your timeline, or they’re influencing or manipulating you in all these different ways — that happens as a result of a single problem, and that problem is an inequality of available information.

They can see everything about you, they can see everything about what your device is doing and they can do whatever they want with your device. You on the other hand … you paid for the device, but increasingly these corporations own it; increasingly government owns it …

We are living in a world where we do all the work, we pay all the taxes, we pay all the costs, but we own less and less … This is something people don’t get — they go ‘oh it’s data collection; they’re exploiting data.’ This is data about human lives. It is data about people.

These records are about you. It’s not data being exploited, it’s people that are being exploited. It’s not data that’s being manipulated, it’s YOU that’s being manipulated!”

Google Is Too Big for Our Own Good

In recent years, I’ve written many articles about the danger Google’s monopoly on information poses, and today, we’re seeing the effects of it. Everything I feared would happen has now occurred. Google recently implemented a massive update, removing almost all of my content from its search results.

Google worked for many years to earn your trust, but it was really just setting a trap to twist that trust into powerful control. It started out giving you everything you wanted, so it can now take everything you have.

Google now has a stranglehold on information, picking and choosing what it wants you to be able to see and what you cannot. It also plays an integral role in the mass surveillance machine, as it’s a primary collector of personal data.

For an in-depth look at how Google is censoring health and political information, see “Google Whistleblower Zach Vorhies Speaks Out.” In many ways, Vorhies is the Snowden of Google, ripping the veil to reveal the many ways in which Google is manipulating users and influencing politics from behind the scenes.

Again, if you can, watch Rogan’s interview with Snowden in its entirety. You’re not likely to regret it, as it’s really, really informative. Even though there are few answers to the surveillance problem at present, we’ll never find any answers if we remain unaware of how the surveillance works, or that it’s even taking place.

Aside from turning your phone off when not in use, to minimize the tracking of your every move, eliminating Google and Facebook from your life is another way you can protect your privacy.

In “What Kind of Information Does Google and Facebook Have on You?” I review the kind of data being collected by these entities, and how it’s being exploited. Part of the answer is quite simply to boycott Google and avoid using any and all Google products. Here are a few suggestions:

Stop using Google search engines. Alternatives include DuckDuckGo8 and Startpage9

If you have an Android phone consider ditching it (as it is a Google operating system) and switch to an iPhone, which is more diligent about preserving your privacy

Uninstall Google Chrome and use Brave or Opera browser instead, available for all computers and mobile devices.10 From a security perspective, Opera is far superior to Chrome and offers a free VPN service (virtual private network) to further preserve your privacy

If you have a Gmail account, try a non-Google email service such as ProtonMail,11 an encrypted email service based in Switzerland

Stop using Google docs. Digital Trends has published an article suggesting a number of alternatives12

If you’re a high school student, do not convert the Google accounts you created as a student into personal accounts

Sign the “Don’t be evil” petition created by Citizens Against Monopoly

Not Washing Hands After This Is Worse Than Eating Raw Meat

The lack of sanitation in confined animal feeding operations (CAFOs) is something I’ve written about in the past. The deplorable conditions under which the animals exist require the use of antibiotics to reduce the spread of infection. The meat and waste products from these animals are riddled with antibiotics, a practice that is a major contributor to antibiotic resistance.

One of the biggest Escherichia coli (E. coli) outbreaks in 12 years ended in June 2018 after infected lettuce had affected 210 people in 36 states. It was responsible for the hospitalization of 96 and the deaths of five. The FDA believes the source of the bacteria in the romaine lettuce was from runoff from a local CAFO farm.

The E. coli-tainted water contaminated a nearby canal and was then used for irrigation on the lettuce fields. There are many harmless strains of E. coli, or those that are at least well-tolerated. The bacteria normally live in the intestines and play an important role in digestion. However, some strains trigger diarrhea, and others have become antibiotic-resistant superbugs.1

Failure to Wash Your Hands Worse Than Raw Meat

Some researchers call E. coli the Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde of bacteria since there is such a wide spectrum of strains ranging from harmless to fatal. Researchers from the U.K. write some strains are responsible for food poisoning; others for urinary tract infections; and some for the development of bacteremia, or bloodstream infections.2

One team sought to identify reservoirs of extended-spectrum beta-lactamase producing E. coli (ESBL–E. coli), which is responsible for more than 5,000 bacteremia cases each year in the U.K.3 The team looked at samples from August 1, 2013, to December 15, 2014, collected from human feces, sewage, retail food and farm slurry in Northwest England, Scotland and Wales.

The data were focused on ESBL–E. coli, which they found in 11% of human feces samples taken from a group of 20,243 individuals. In London, 17% of people tested were positive for E. coli. The bacteria were also found in sewage, as well as in and 65% of retail chicken meat samples. Interestingly, the bacteria were rarely found in other types of meat and not found in any plant-based foods.

The researchers chose to focus on ESBL–E. coli since it has become considerably antibiotic-resistant in the past 20 years. Using sequenced genomes from the sources sampled, the data revealed the strain of ESBL–E. coli collected from human blood, feces and sewer samples were similar.

However, the strains collected from chicken, cattle and animal waste were different from those strains responsible for infecting humans. The lead researcher, David Livermore, Ph.D., commented on the results:4

“E. coli bacteria normally live in the intestines of healthy people and animals. Most varieties are harmless or cause brief diarrhoea. But E. coli is also the most common cause of blood poisoning, with over 40,000 cases each year in England alone. And around 10 percent of these cases are caused by highly resistant strains with ESBLs.

Infections caused by ESBL-E. coli bacteria are difficult to treat. And they are becoming more common in both the community and hospitals. Mortality rates among people infected with these superbug strains are double those of people infected with strains that’re susceptible to treatment.”

Researchers Call for Prudent Use of Antibiotics

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported 25,606 cases of infection, 5,893 hospitalizations and 120 deaths from foodborne illness in 2018.5 Of these, 2,925 were triggered by a strain of E. coli.

The researchers call for “prudent” use of antibiotics as they are a finite resource and essential to protect both animal and human health.6 However, the over-prescribing of antibiotics in livestock, used to reduce infection and promote growth, is a major contributor to the rising problem with antibiotic resistance.

Some antibiotics are also being used as pesticides in agriculture. This crossover usage may be another contributing factor to the rise in antibiotic-resistant pathogens, conservatively estimated to cause at least 2 million infections each year leading to 23,000 deaths annually.

When you are exposed to antibiotics, it’s not only from those you are prescribed, but also from food. One of the risks of giving animals antibiotics is it alters their gut microbiome, promoting unnatural bacterial growth in their intestines. These may become antibiotic-resistant as well.

The World Health Organization has called on farmers and the food industry to eliminate the use of antibiotics in healthy animals. Unfortunately, the U.S. Department of Agriculture countered this call to action saying the guidelines were not in alignment with U.S. policy and not supported by sound science.

However, this assertion flies in the face of mounting scientific evidence showing nontherapeutic use of antibiotics accounts for an estimated 93% use in American livestock. Implementing healthy changes to livestock production is possible on a large scale as has been demonstrated in other countries.

Hand Washing is Your First Line of Defense Against Infection

Results of the study demonstrate there is little crossover of the ESBL–E. coli bacteria between humans and animals. Livermore points out this means the bacteria are being primarily spread from one person to another. Although there are some varieties of ESBL that do not cause disease, those that are dangerous are proliferating. He goes on to say:7

“Rather — and unpalatably — the likeliest route of transmission for ESBL-E.coli is directly from human to human, with fecal particles from one person reaching the mouth of another. Here — in the case of ESBL-E.coli — it’s much more important to wash your hands after going to the toilet.”

Washing your hands is one of the primary strategies available to help prevent the spread of illness causing bacteria and viruses. Yet, several studies have found those using public restrooms are leaving without washing their hands.

As reported in a study from Michigan State University, 95% did not wash their hands long enough to kill germs. Leaders of a study in Britain found 84% were not washing their hands long enough to reduce the spread of infection. Using proper hand-washing techniques removes microbes and viruses you may spread when you touch your mouth, eyes and nose.

Infections that trigger a cold or diarrhea may spread when an infected person touches an inanimate object, such as a shopping cart or table, transferring the germs. You then pick it up when you touch the object. In one study by the U.S. military, researchers found after two years of using proper hand-washing techniques, 45% of the participants had fewer cases of respiratory illness.

When and How to Wash Your Hands

When in doubt, wash your hands. It’s important to clean your hands before or after different types of activities. This list may help you determine if it’s time to head to the sink for this reason.

When your hands are visibly soiled

After coming in from outside

Often during cold and flu season

Before sitting down to eat

After coughing or sneezing

Visiting or caring for sick people

After playing with children or handling children’s toys

After handling garbage, using the phone or shaking hands

After touching your pet, pet food, pet treats or animal waste

After going to the bathroom or changing a diaper

Before and after handling food, being especially careful with raw eggs, meat, seafood and poultry

After coming home from the grocery store, school, the mall or church where you may have touched contaminated objects

Using the correct technique to wash your hands will help reduce the number of harmful bacteria you may inadvertently transfer to others. To be truly effective for disease control, consider the following guidelines:

Use warm, running water and a mild soap. You do NOT need antibacterial soap, and this has been scientifically verified. Even those from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration state,8 “There is currently no evidence that [antibacterial soaps] are any more effective at preventing illness than washing with plain soap and water.

Further, some data suggest long-term exposure to certain active ingredients used in antibacterial products — for example, triclosan (liquid soaps) and triclocarban (bar soaps) — could pose health risks, such as bacterial resistance or hormonal effects.”

Start with wet hands, add soap and work up a good lather, all the way up to your wrists, scrubbing for at least 15 or 20 seconds (most people only wash for about six seconds). A good way to time this is to sing the “Happy Birthday” song twice.

Make sure you cover all surfaces, including the backs of your hands, wrists, between your fingers and around and below your fingernails. Rinse thoroughly under running water.

Thoroughly dry your hands, ideally using a paper towel. In public places, also use a paper towel to open the door as a protection from germs the handles may harbor.

Too Much Hand Washing May Increase Your Risk of Infection

More of a good thing is not always a better thing. In fact, washing your hands too frequently may increase your risk of getting sick. As you wash your hands, it removes protective oils that increase the risk of skin cracks that allow bacteria under your skin and into your body. Once you remove more oils than your skin can produce, it can become challenging to heal, especially in dry winter air.

You may face the same challenge if you shower more than once a day, especially in the winter. It’s also important to remember not all bacteria living on your skin are harmful. In other words, living under “clean” conditions does not mean living bacteria-free. Using DNA sequencing, scientists have found a vast diversity of bacteria growing in different areas of the human body.

For instance, the bacteria growing on your elbows is different from the bacteria growing on your knees. While it is important to wash your hands after leaving the bathroom or handling raw meat, simple exposure is not the sole determinant of whether or not you get sick.

Another factor is the state of your immune system, which dictates your bodily response. There are many factors that influence your immune system over which you have control. Getting quality sleep, supporting your gut microbiome, enjoying sensible sun exposure, limiting sugar consumption and paying attention to nutrition are all strategies that have a significant impact on your immune system.

Encouragement to Act and to Choose


By Anna Von Reitz

I don’t mean that we are alone or unaided in our efforts when I say that “only you” are responsible for self-governance of yourself and your State.  We have plenty of help on a Universal basis, and that help is more or less instantly available to us when we ask for it.  

It’s the “asking” part that we fall down on, first, because we don’t know that there is anyone or anything else present to ask, and second, because we think that we are self-sufficient just because we have free will.  

Neither of these assumptions are true. 

Jesus tried to tell you and I am telling you, too.  Ask to receive.  Knock and it will be opened to you. 

We are not alone.  We never have been.  We never will be.  We are part of a Universal Dynamic.  We are hard-wired into the Web of Life and the Ordered Dominion that gives rise to life of all kinds. 

Rocks are alive, because they are ordered structures composed of pure energy.  So are we. 

Think about what the relationship between mass and energy reveals?  

Think about what the chemical and ordered physical structures reveal? 

Not only that, but we are clearly not static creations.  We are being created each and every day that we live.  Our creation did not begin with a moment of fertilization, though that did mark our physical incarnation in this life, and our creation certainly did not end with parturition from our Mothers. 

We are all, right now, at this moment, in the process of being created and sustained.  All of us. That creative power is not our own.  That knowledge and those resources don’t come from us.  

Just stop for ten minutes and really think.  

I have looked and sought and asked and thought for many years, and in all of that, I can only conclude that like Toddlers, there is only one question that we are generally well-suited to answer, and that question is: what?  

What do we want?   The red elephant or the blue binky? 

That is the question the Universe asks of us and the one question we can answer.  

So?  

Do we want truth, peace, compassion, grace, kindness, humility, sharing, freedom and life abundant?  

Or do we want lies, illusions, war, selfishness, gluttony, cruelty, bigotry, deceit, arrogance, and death?  

Our choice. The whole Universe waits for our answer. 

So while we are not alone, and while we can’t and don’t sustain or create ourselves, we do have a crucially important responsibility and role.  We each need to declare what we want and where we stand. 

This is why we are instructed to “Choose life.”  

There is an active element to this.  

We aren’t supposed to just dawdle along and go, “Uh, I dunno….uh….life or death, that is the question… uh, well, I dunno the answer to that one…. really tough quizzes you give, Grandma.  I mean, if you live, you gotta do stuff like homework and raise kids, and if you die, you can just lie in the ground and rot….” 

And we aren’t supposed to overly worry ourselves about all the other questions — the why, when, where, how, who and so forth.   Like most everything else, that’s provided once we know what we want and focus on it. 

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Think, Grasshopper — Public Law? Private Law?


By Anna Von Reitz

What does it mean when someone starts talking about “private law”?  

It is obviously different than “public law”— right?  

So what does it mean when someone starts talking about “private law” with respect to public institutions, like the Federal Government?  

Ah, well…. think some more!  The Government is “public”, but is it also “private”? 

We, the American States and People, created the Federal Government.  Period.  We created it, defined it, empowered it, and funded it. 

All those functions we mandated and contracted to receive and pay for are public functions.  However, providing the agreed-upon services is not all that the Federal Government does. 

And that is where “private law” comes in.  

Private law isn’t properly “Law” as most people understand it, at all.  

Private law is internal to a group — like a religious sect or a for-profit corporation or a fraternity.  It’s how they direct their own affairs and employees and manage their contracts, hire their vendors, etc.  

So from the very first, the Congress has passed both Public Laws that pertain to their Delegated Powers and Performance owed to the States and People, and, they have passed Private Laws that pertain to the internal administration and direction of government Employees and Dependents who are here on our shores providing “essential government services”.  

Public Laws apply to the exercise of constitutionally mandated duties owed performance and those Public Laws that apply to everyone concerned must be published in the Congressional Record.  

Private Laws apply to the employees and dependents of the foreign governmental services corporations providing the “essential government services” referenced as part of Article IV. 

Public Laws are published as United States Statutes-at-Large and otherwise plainly and directly designated as “Public Law”, for example, Public Law 27-103, together with disclosure of exactly which “Public” this Public Law applies to.  

Is it the American Public, the British Territorial United States “Public”, or the Municipal United States “Public”?  Or the “Public” in New Guinea?  

Private Laws pertaining to the internal operations of the Federal Subcontractors are published as Federal Codes and Regulations and Public Policies. 

Both of these forms of law created by — Congressional “Acts”—- are merely legislative and administrative in nature, adopted by members of Congress, and subject to nullification by the States and People and by the United States Supreme Court in the case of Public Law, and subject to repeal by the Executive Officers, Legislators, and/or the “Administrative Agencies” in the case of Private Law. 

The problem is that the Foxes left guarding the Hen House have been functioning almost entirely under “Private Law” and mis-applying their “Private Law” to people who are owed and who naturally stand under the Public Law, instead.  

You can see how “private law” functions in your churches and clubs and working environments.  

You sign up as a Methodist and you agree to obey the Methodist doctrines and use the Methodist liturgy and so on.  You accept the obligation as part of your membership in that Church, right?  

You join the Veterans of Foreign Wars, and you agree to the rituals and provisions and policies of that organization, and you agree to receive whatever benefits that membership provides as part of the deal in exchange for your membership dues.  

You sign up to work for KBR, Inc. and you wear their ridiculous lime-green uniform and a funny hat, and you stand behind a milk processing machine all day and control levers that adjust miniature conveyor belts from 6 in the morning to five at night, four days a week, in exchange for an hourly wage and a 401K Plan.  Okay?  You got it?  That’s “private law”.  

We are all familiar with private law.  

We all know that in order to be subject to “private law” we have to sign a valid contract of some kind — a membership in a religion or a club or an employment contract or something of that kind.  

Well, what if  — unbeknownst to you or them — other people “signed you up” for a “free membership”  called a  “conferred citizenship” —-and all the benefits and obligations thereof— as an unpaid employee and/or dependent of the Territorial and Municipal Government Services Corporations?  

Then you’d be left standing with a doo-dad in your hair, subject to their Codes and Regulations, obligated to pay their taxes, and so on.   And you would have no idea what happened or “what hit you” to create this situation. 

And what if all of this “conferring of citizenship” is criminal activity, that these foreign, for-profit governmental services corporations have been involved in for years and years, just cranking away like Bad Bookies with a “System”?  

Call it the “Federal Reserve System”. 

What if the “policies” and practices of these corporations seeking to conscript and enslave you as an unpaid “volunteer” or “dependent”  are recognizable as world-class felonies?  Outlawed under the Lieber Code?  Outlawed under the Geneva and Hague Conventions?  

What if these corporate policies and practices — their “private law” —results in your own native political status and all its protections being stolen from you along with your identity as an American,  so that you lose all your property rights, your Bill of Rights, and everything else? 

Are you ready to tell these corporations where to get off and which end of their asses to light?  

Are you ready to demand that the Pope and the Queen responsible for this criminality make immediate correction and pay for their Breach of Trust?  

All this talk about “private law” with respect to any agency, department, branch or entity of “government” is just bunk if you are not legitimately and knowingly and willingly acting as a federal employee or dependent in the first place.  

The only law that actually applies to any American is our own Public Law and the jackdaws in Washington, DC and their “Agencies” and their “Court System Employees” have plenty of cause to know it.  

Now, you do, too.  

Go to: www.TheAmericanStatesAssembly.net and reclaim your proper birthright political status.  Join your State Assembly.  Write to the members of Congress and express your horror and extreme displeasure.  Tell them, in plain English, what you think of them and the foreign governments (Holy See and British) that they in fact represent.  And make it clear that they are in Breach of Trust and operating in inexcusable criminal violation of their Constitutional obligations.  

Do it today.  

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Saying “It’s Okay to be White” is Now Considered a HATE CRIME in America

by Ethan Huff

The Oklahoma City Police Department has announced that a few pieces of paper with the words “It’s okay to be white” printed on them are “not believed to be a threat,” despite triggered leftists having reported them as a “hate crime.”

Stapled to a few light poles around the campus of the Oklahoma City University School of Law, the fliers informed passersby that it’s not actually a bad thing to have fair skin, which apparently riled up some people who found this sentiment “offensive.”

Police were immediately called, news crews quickly arrived on the scene, and an “investigation” was launched right away – though the only thing authorities discovered was that some people in Oklahoma’s capital don’t hate themselves for being of Caucasian descent, which to libtards means that they’re “racists.”

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When Alt Media Was Exposing Epstein, ABC & MSM Was Covering it Up — Who’s the Real Fake News?

by Matt Agorist

One of the largest stories in the news this week was the ABC anchor who was recorded on a hot microphone ranting about how the network suppressed her story on Jeffrey Epstein and his ties to the elite — three years ago. While this admission was certainly noteworthy, it should come as no surprise.

Over the past few years, the mainstream media, in general, has refused to report on any of Epstein’s ties to current and past government officials, Hollywood insiders, and even royalty.

Now, as the “Epstein didn’t kill himself” memes storm the internet, it has all of the sudden become “cool” to finally talk about this insidious group of power elite predators.

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Google Search: Organic Products Are “A Lie”, GMOs Are “Good for You” and Supplements Are “Scams” in Latest Anti-health Search Manipulation

If you thought Google was only censoring political content, think again. Google is now censoring all content about organics, homeopathy, naturopathy, chiropractic, herbs, nutrition and supplements.

Sayer Ji, founder of GreenMedInfo, has put together a damning collecting of evidence proving that Google is maliciously altering search suggestions to try to destroy natural health and naturopathy.

It’s all part of Google’s total collapse into pure evil that has also seen Google censoring all conservative, Christian or pro-Trump content.

Make no mistake: Google is pro-pharma, pro-Monsanto, pro-glyphosate, pro-pesticides, pro-chemotherapy, pro-fluoride, pro-5G, pro-geoengineering and fully supports every other toxic poison that endangers humankind.

Here’s the report from GreenMedInfo, entitled, “GOOGLE: ‘Organic is a Lie, Supplements are Dangerous, Chiropractic is Fake,’ and Other Thoughts They Want You To Think.”

“ORGANIC IS A… LIE, SHAM, MYTH, WASTE OF MONEY, MARKETING GIMMICK”

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The Bee Has Been Declared “The Most Important Living Being On The Planet”

By Mayukh Saha,

At a meeting of the Royal Geographic Society of London, Earthwatch Institute declared bees the most invaluable species on this planet, as reported by The Guardian in 2008. And along with it comes this disturbing piece of news. If the bees were to disappear today, mankind would follow suit very soon!

Scientists and wildlife experts have joined bees to the list of species that are doomed to extinction in the near future if humanity does not do something about its most beneficial insects.

The Importance Of Bees

The loss of bees will be disastrous for mankind as they are irreplaceable. The relation between bees and flowering plants is one of the most extensive, harmonious, and interdependent cooperation on the planet. A relationship spawned over a period of nearly 100 million years has led to the procreation of a rich diversity of species and also promoted the elevation of the human species on earth.

There are more than 20,000 species of bees. Yet, an overwhelming number of them do not live in hives. They vary in size from 2mm to 4cm and do not adapt well to new plant types.

75% of the food crops that produce the seeds and fruits we consume are influenced, at least partly, by pollination. 87 of the leading food crops worldwide are supported wholly or partially by pollination. This, in turn, feeds thousands of animal and bird species. They are the main reason for the diversity of plant species. The decline in the bee population would adversely affect major crops like coffee, cocoa, almonds, tomatoes, and apples to name just a few, as per the reports of the Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAO).

The oldest known sweetener and also the healthiest, honey has been much sought after since ancient times. The total export of just leading honey-producing nations was worth $2.4 billion way back in 2009. This is another vast source of food that would just disappear with the bees.

The monetized value of the global crops that are directly dependent on pollinators is in the region of $235 billion to $577 billion every year. This was a free gift of nature. Relying on the artificial process is close to impossible. The only way out is to support the process which leads to natural pollination.

Deforestation And Pesticides

We have already let loose processes that may in the not too distant future lead to the extinction of the planet’s leading pollinator and with it the extinction of countless other species including man. The need to sustain our ever-increasing population has led to the use of methods to increase production at any cost, especially the clearing of forests for farmland and the incremental use of pesticides. 40% of the invertebrate pollinator species, especially bees are facing extinction. This has led to a steep decline in the population of both wild and domestic bee population. Vast populations have been decimated in some parts of the globe.

Pests And Diseases And Mobiles

The transmission of pests and pathogens from other areas due to globalization has affected the population of bees in some areas. The waves produced by mobile telephones are being blamed. The Federal Institute of Technology of Switzerland says that bees are disoriented by waves emitted during calls. Daniel Favre, Biologist, and other researchers produced evidence that showed that bees were disturbed and warned other bees when exposed to the waves, as reported in The Australian.

A total prohibition on the use of toxic pesticides, especially neurotoxins and using natural alternatives is the immediate necessity.  Pollinator-friendly practices in agriculture are a must. Farmers need to be aware of the pollination needs of specific crops and act accordingly. Wildlife habitats must be preserved. Farmers can diversify farms to make food resources always available for the bees. The need for restoring ecological friendly practices must be encouraged. This will preserve the habitats of the pollinators.

IMAGE CREDIT: Jacek Nowak

 

Source: https://truththeory.com

Kp Quick Note 11-9-19… “Feeling massively frustrated and out of place”

The Energies I’m feeling at the moment have ranged from sadness for losing my former life, to anger at things not being where they “should” be (compared to my Hawaii house), to absolute frustration at having so many things to take care of in this massive house, and being around talk about things absolutely NOT important to this planet, conversation about things that mean nothing, go nowhere, total surface level nonsense that has no depth and never will.

I’m in the midst of people whose life paradigm says that the object of life is to “Grow old, get fat, and die ” … and in the meantime talk about nothing.

Sorry, but this day has been like that. I’m feeling massively frustrated about it all.

Aloha Kp