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Compromised politicians and alternative US history

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posted on Jul, 3 2008 @ 09:37 PM
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I was wondering what anyone's ideas are on the information presented on these four pages.
The first has to do with compromising politicians which I believe is still occurring. The second has to do with history which contradicts currently accepted paradigms. The last has to do with over a trillion dollars a year in missing money.

www.franklincase.org...
www.thelawparty.com...



www.jordanmaxwell.com...
www.jordanmaxwell.com...



www.whereisthemoney.org...


Jordan has been researching for many years, and is highly respected. I a mere fraction of what he writes is true, it presents a completely different paradigm we face.
I firmly believe and there is great evidence for the existence of far more efficient energy technology. NASA has presented rocketry as 'state of the art', when the Biefield-Brown effect was known in the 40s, and it is absurd to believe that it was not carried much further. The same with the use of projectile weapons, when energy weapons have been patented and are far more effective. I am a strong supporter of the Constitution, and believe that regardless of what is uncovered from Jordan's work, following this and having a servant government is far better than the behemoth we currently have (please look at . Over a trillion dollars 'missing' every year with nobody looking into it? Black ops? Just what the hell is going on here?




posted on Jul, 4 2008 @ 02:03 AM
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That was pretty much the very first thing I posted on this website. Trillions of dollars, and we're supposed to believe "Global Hawk" is what we've bought?

To my mind, it comes down to a single conundrum. Either we have fantastic, mind-bending, next-generation technology already, or we don't. If we don't then I think there's a lot of explaining to do, and we should start by looking at the incestuous relationship between military procurement and industry. If we do have it, then why isn't it being used to protect our sons and daughters in Iraq, or even keep them from having to go in such great numbers?

There may be a third way, but it is a gambit and it had better start paying off soon, or there are going to be some politicians, military personnel, and contractors who are going to be gored by the horns of this dilemma.

I think they see it coming, and I think that is why the police state infrastructure is being completed in such a rush.

[edit on 4-7-2008 by applebiter]



posted on Jul, 4 2008 @ 10:25 AM
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Originally posted by applebiter
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That was pretty much the very first thing I posted on this website. Trillions of dollars, and we're supposed to believe "Global Hawk" is what we've bought?

To my mind, it comes down to a single conundrum. Either we have fantastic, mind-bending, next-generation technology already, or we don't. If we don't then I think there's a lot of explaining to do, and we should start by looking at the incestuous relationship between military procurement and industry. If we do have it, then why isn't it being used to protect our sons and daughters in Iraq, or even keep them from having to go in such great numbers?

There may be a third way, but it is a gambit and it had better start paying off soon, or there are going to be some politicians, military personnel, and contractors who are going to be gored by the horns of this dilemma.

I think they see it coming, and I think that is why the police state infrastructure is being completed in such a rush.

[edit on 4-7-2008 by applebiter]

I have read a great deal on hyperdimensional physics and torsion fields, and if the technology is already known of an in use, if released for the benefit of the planet instead of a greedy few we would have no energy, health, overpopulation, food, pollution problems. But simply sticking with what I know, that methods have been developed to break the covalent bonds of H2O (Stanley Meyers and others), Tesla's genius work (invented A/C, radio, etc. and was set to create a free electrical system for everyone at Wardencliffe before JP Morgan cut the funds, and inventions such as Rife's microscope and electromedicine [and Antoine Priore in the 70s as well]), the speculative testing at JPN Labs in France, etc....It is truly absurd to believe that what we have is the best 'state of the art' in existence. I tend to agree with you on the police state--there is already Honda with their water-powered car (though the process of using H ions to generate electricity is IMO unnecessary and intended to make it difficult to replicate). HHO burns fine as a clean fuel, and there are motions to end the oil grip, perhaps why the oil corportations and World Bank are gouging everyone right now? I would love to see an invention that eliminates utilities being distributed en-masse for a low cost so that it couldn't be stopped. All that money every year, going back for I-don't-know-how-many-years, channeled toward technology to benefit the many instead of the few. Technology is a double-edged sword swinging in the wrong direction by 'people' who view this as their personal chessboards.



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