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originally posted by: LurkNoMore
originally posted by: crankyoldman
originally posted by: xuenchen
23+me gets paid mostly from online payment transactions.
They've got ya.
And they also know who has the most Neanderthal bloodlines !!
Big database. 😎
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You DNA is one's consciousness imprint, the operating system, not just eye color but soooooooo much more. If one VOLUNTARILY gives DNA (freewill) to 23andme or any other, one has given them outright permission to do as they please with it.
It is YOU, you have said, "I'm cool with you modifying it anyway you see fit." Now couple it with FB stuff - how you are feeling, Amazon - are you sick, herbs/meds self help books, Bank - wasting money, stressed, and so on they can monitor progress in changing your DNA to alter your consciousness expression. And they do.
Oddly, some alteration can be done with a a photo, but real time changes are harder, and measuring those changes even harder given our WIFI world. That DNA feeds back into other timelines of existence, other realities being expressed, other versions of me you and us.[/
That post was/is WAVY!
It is, indeed it is.
Folks so often fail to get to the elephant question: Why all the collection? To manipulate one into buying soap from one of the 40 global companies all with more or less the same ingredients just different label colors? It's that important? To make folks vote for one of two predetermined candidates who's real life effect on their lives is next to nil (SES, Local Gov, the 100k government agencies, tax collection are the real time problems)? The given explanation doesn't make any sense at all, given the trillions spent doing the collection of DNA, data, monitoring etc.
That's the real horror, trillions spent on data collection to chose the correct label? Or a president once every four years? Really?
It sounds horrible, and it is, but if you are aware and understand it you can alter your consciousness to remove the influences substantially. And soon, by finding a true heart center, entirely transcend it.
Awareness was the key out, denial is the source of pain.
originally posted by: carewemust
Trey Gowdy has asked I.G. Michael Horowitz to appear before the Oversight and Government Reform Committee on May 8th to discuss findings of the big DOJ Inspector General's report.
The author of the above article says that this could be GOOD news, or BAD news. What do you all think, based on the letter and analysis presented in the article?
In 2010 IRS Official Lois Lerner was instructed by Attorney General Eric Holder to deliver the “schedule B” filings of 501-c(3)(4) groups, listing every single person who donated to Tea Party groups regardless of contribution amount. Ms. Lerner gave the DOJ twenty-one CD-ROMS containing over 1 million names. [Go Deep] The subsequent list was called the “secret research project”. All of this is documented – none of this is conspiracy theory – the DOJ settled a class-action lawsuit last year admitting to the scheme. The DC investigation into the individuals who coordinated the plan was dropped quietly in 2015. No-one was charged. There are similarities to the 2010, 2011 use of the IRS and DOJ to target political opposition; and the 2015, 2016 use of the FBI and DOJ to target candidate Donald Trump and his campaign. There are a lot of similarities. Unfortunately, there are also the same DC benefactors.
originally posted by: IgnoranceIsntBlisss
Thats crafty. Too bad Trump has sold US out to the MIC.
originally posted by: LightSpeedDriver
Association imho, is not the same as inherent meaning.
Obama writes in his memoir, Dreams From My Father: A Story of Race and Inheritance.
Sometimes when Gramps saw tourists watching me play in the sand, he would come up beside them and whisper, with appropriate reverence, that I was the great-grandson of King Kamehameha, Hawaii’s first monarch. “I’m sure that your picture’s in a thousand scrapbooks, Bar,” he liked to tell me with a grin, “from Idaho to Maine.”
That particular story is ambiguous, I think; I see in it a strategy to avoid hard issues. And yet Gramps would just as readily tell another story, the one about the tourist who saw me swimming one day and, not knowing who she was talking to, commented that “swimming must just come naturally to these Hawaiians.” To which he responded that that would be hard to figure, since “that boy happens to be my grandson, his mother is from Kansas, his father is from the interior of Kenya, and there isn’t an ocean for miles in either damn place.”
In the Hawaiian culture, hānai has historically been a practice of one family hānai-ing their child into another family. It has made tracing genealogical roots somewhat more complicated.
Hawaii was/is a sovereign nation, with formal ties to many countries around the world, including the U.S. The original missionaries, who arrived to “save” the heathen islanders had taken vows of poverty. Unfortunately for the Hawaiian people, their children (educated in the U.S.) had not. A small band, led by Sanford Dole, plotted to overthrow the Kingdom for personal financial gain. Thus the sugar industry in Hawaii was born. They forced the queen at the time to give in to their demands under threat of force by US Marines at anchor in Pearl Harbor. The queen, relying on formal ties to the United States, appealed to the president. He agreed that the overthrow was illegal, but before the wrong could be corrected, a new president was sworn in, and he chose to turn a blind eye to the situation. Sugar was a much needed commodity due to the war the US was involved in at the time, and Hawaii was a great source of sugar. So, Hawaii was made a US territory, over the objections of Hawaii residents (See Kue petition, a document conveniently “lost” in the Library of Congress). Objections were raised on the floor of the congress about this annexation being an illegal act, but moneyed interests won out.
From US territory to statehood in 1959. The Hawaiians fought statehood as well, but by then their political power in their own land was nearly nonexistent. The original annexation was illegal, so as any lawyer can tell you, anything based on that is also illegal. President Clinton issued a formal apology to the Hawaiian people, but that is about the limit of “restitution” provided.