The powers that be, the elite, the cabal (derived from the Hebrew word meaning "student of the texts,"), the Illuminati (which was very, very real),
the amalgamation of secret societies that exist within prestigious private universities; skull and bones, for instance, "hard-hitters," like Zbigniew
Brezenski, David Rockefeller (co-founder of the Trilateral Commission), of course the Council on Foreign Relations, the privatization of the American
dollar through fractional reserve banking and The Federal Reserve, what we know of covert and clandestine military action overseas and domestically
(surveillance, PRISM, etc), blatant emotional manipulation in the form f advertisement, clear legal drug-dealers who zombify an entire populace
through hardcore prescription narcotics, an ever-increasing and militarized police force that executes citizens before trial for possession of
cannabis, a blatantly biased state-sponsored propaganda under the guise of media, a never-ending self-perpetuating "war," with "terrorists," for
reasons that make zero sense.....
Yes. "The deep state," is real. The thing about "the deep state," is that the term itself is purposefully ambiguous. Without specific clarification,
it can be attributed to nearly anything.
But yes, I do believe in the shadow government, the insiders, the deep state, the illuminati, the cabal, the elites, the men who played God behind the
The Tuskegee Experiments.
The Fed. Reserve Act of 1913
Gulf of Tonkin.
CNN's fake Gulf War broadcast/the medias involvement in starting the wars in Iraq/Afghanistan
Financing of the Nazi's by the Bush family.
Osama Bin Laden being a former CIA-asset.
The truth is out there for those who seek it.
EDIT: The back of the US dollar bill tells all you need to know. The Latin phrases roughly translates to "He nods/approves to the undertakings, a new
order of the ages/a new world order." Also, the numbers "1776," are inscribed in Roman numerals (in which the Latin is traced back to a Roman poet
There's also more to the dollar, but I don't feel like explaining all of it.
Many people have commented on my name and why I decided on it - that's essentially why. Nero burned Rome and watched it burn whilst playing his fiddle
so he could bypass his government and become the dictator he so desperately craved. Why, I must ask, is so much of our modern day society and
government similar - and in some respects, downright identical (albeit in some respects entirely differently) - to that of the Roman Empire?
Why is it found so heavily in things like the dollar bill? It's a matter of perspective - in who's perspective is the Roman Empire that of a positive
Those who rule, not those who are ruled. This world has always been enslaved. We're just now starting to see the chains.
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