~via David Icke
~via David Icke
“The Soleimani Assassination was an outright, aggressive and unbridled Act of War committed by the US against Iran on January 3rd, 2020. We saw both sides of Trump in the Soleimani assassination incident; firstly by claiming and boasting that he had ordered the assassination, and conversely by falsely claiming that Soleimani was about to order attacks on US embassies and US forces. The truth is the Soleimani assassination was planned far in advance. Recent reports also indicate that Israel wasn’t just involved in planning the Soleimani assassination; they also actively contributed to it with their spies and informants who passed along information to the US about Soleimani’s whereabouts so that he could be targeted and killed. It is very plausible that Trump killed Soleimani to appease Israel and some of the Israeli-owned Republican senators (e.g. Zionist war hawks Lindsey Graham and Tom Cotton) whose support Trump needs in his upcoming impeachment trial. Oh and by the way — the Soleimani assassination was also justified by the Pentagon and State Department because they claimed he had killed 600 American deaths. That was another evidence-free claim (another lie) by the US Military. Trump has affirmed numerous times that ‘we will take oil’ in Syria and that the US sells its troops to nations like Saudi Arabia and South Korea. Trump has also claimed that the US will not leave Iraq unless the Iraqis pay for the US base there! The truth is that US soldiers illegally occupying Iraq has nothing to do with defeating radical Islamic terrorism but rather everything to do with controlling the country, pilfering its resources and using Iraqi territory as a foothold for waging endless regional wars. In many ways, Trump has ripped off the sweet-sounding, lying face of the US corporate-military NWO empire to reveal that it’s all about expansion, invasion, occupation, theft, getting paid and getting a return on investment. It has absolutely nothing to do with genuine defense, honor, integrity or keeping Americans safe.”
“It’s become painfully obvious that the ruling class wants to get us into another war, where the young and poor are shipped off to die while the politicians and government defense contractors get rich. Backed by the ruling class, Big Tech’s censorship is nothing new; however, this time, it’s an excuse to propagate a war. The elitists who need a war to profit off of can’t convince the public to fight and die for them unless they control the narrative. That’s why speech is being censored. Big tech is just another arm of the U.S. government.”
The hypocrisy is unbelievable. In order to comply with United States sanctions on Iran, Facebook’s thought police have taken to censorship on behalf of the government. At the same time, President Donald Trump warns Iran not to use censorship.
It’s become painfully obvious that the ruling class wants to get us into another war, where the young and poor are shipped off to die while the politicians and government defense contractors get rich. And the hypocrisy is becoming noticeable. Backed by the ruling class, Big Tech’s censorship is nothing new; however, this time, it’s an excuse to propagate a war.
This is especially disgusting because Instagram is very popular in Iran, where Soleimani has 82% approval
So Big Tech overlords are basically saying Iranians do not get the right to free speech because of US gov sanctions
The US empire trumps free speechhttps://t.co/BthPuxgOBC
— Ben Norton (@BenjaminNorton) January 11, 2020
The International Federation of Journalists condemned the censorship effort as “unprecedented in the history of social networks and in conflict with the very innate actuality of media.” In its letter to Instagram, AoIJ Tehran noted that numerous Iranian state media accounts had been removed and 15 journalists had been censored recently, which goes against and freedom of speech principles.
“These massive Big Tech corporations are Thought Police for the US government: Facebook and Instagram are removing posts expressing support for Iran’s top general Soleimani,” journalist Ben Norton tweeted. “They say it’s to comply with US sanctions, but how do posts violate sanctions?”
The answer is: they don’t. The problem is that the war sentiment and the idea that slaughtering people for our freedoms in other countries is gone. The elitists who need a war to profit off of can’t convince the public to fight and die for them unless they control the narrative. That’s why speech is being censored.
Big tech is just another arm of the U.S. government.
Any support for Soleimani will be taken down by Facebook and Instagram to comply with the USA sanctions but Trump can tweet that Iran should not close down the internet because the world is watching. He wouldn’t understand the irony of his tweet. Free speech, censorship anyone?
— Jennifer Brierley (@JenniferBrierl2) January 11, 2020
Hypocritically, while Facebook is acting as “thought police” on behalf of the US government (the rulers who think they own everyone), Washington has been championing “free speech” and warning Tehran against restricting the Iranian peoples’ internet access. U.S. President Donald Trump personally addressed [Iran’s] anti-government protesters — in Farsi, mind you — reassuring them of his unwavering support, according to a report by RT.
~via David Icke
~via David Icke
“For, as more and more people have started to ‘wake up’ and think again for themselves, we are becoming more and more in touch with our higher selves.”
THE fake news agenda is gathering pace.
Not only is propaganda, dressed up as news, a regular feature of mainstream media in Britain and other countries, but the campaign to prevent others from sharing more truthful information is well under way.
So-called ‘conspiracy videos’ are being removed from YouTube at a rapid rate and being replaced with media debunking truth seekers as both weird and borderline criminal.
The prospect of a truther being prosecuted for expressing his or her opinion based on having committed a ‘hate crime’ is becoming more and more real by the day.
I have experienced some examples when writing or speaking what I consider to be the truth has been met with hell and fury.
For example, I queried whether the mainstream narrative of the Manchester Arena bombing in 2017 was correct, quoting research by Richard D Hall that suggested it may have been a staged event.
Immediately I was confronted with responses on the lines of ‘how dare you belittle the suffering of families of those who died’. That’s a watered-down version for polite adult consumption.
And that’s very understandable. For example, if I am wrong in believing that Madeleine McCann died in the apartment in Portugal and was not abducted, that is an extremely hurtful comment, as I was reminded as recently as this morning.
But, on the other hand, the truth is rarely an easy thing to take. At times it is traumatic and devastating. And, in my honest opinion, those who seek the truth must attempt to shine a light on the rubbish we are handed out as gospel.
But what would happen should our voices be silenced? Is that the end of the truth movement? Will the masses be fed tripe until Kingdom come?
Not at all. Infact the very opposite. For what has happened over the last few years — most particularly during the lifetime of the Internet — can’t be reversed by Government censors.
If they believe that for one moment, they are completely misunderstanding what is going on.
For, as more and more people have started to ‘wake up’ and think again for themselves, we are becoming more and more in touch with our higher selves.
Here’s an example. For centuries it has been perceived that priests, vicars and other church leaders are the torch bearers of the truth about Jesus Christ and, along with the written word, pass this down to the people.
But as the people evolve and mature spiritually, they are fast becoming redundant.
They are catching onto the words of Jesus himself that ‘the Kingdom of God’ lies within and realising there is no need for a go-between. Infact the latter can be a barrier between the seeker and the truth.
It’s much the same with other forms of truth. We may feel we would be lost without the wise words of any number of speakers and authors, yet ultimately that is not the case.
We are not being roused from our slumbers without having the tools to flourish.
The consciousness of human beings is increasing to such an extent that soon we will be able to discern between right and wrong without referring to other opinions.
We should also take comfort from the fact that the words we have spoken and/or written will continue to have a major impact long after we have gone.
Just as we took time to come to a knowledge that all is not as it seems in this world, the waking up process of others often takes time.
Consider how the wisdom and foreknowledge of George Orwell continues to make an impact today.
Those who reject and vilify are at least partly on the rode to enlightenment — it is those who close their eyes and have no opinion who are furthest from the truth.
What is the worst anyone can do to us?
They took the most famous man who ever lived to a kangaroo court on trumped up charges of a ‘hate crime’ of stirring up the masses an hung him on a cross to die.
Yet his words and his actions live on more than 2,000 years later.
They can silence the prophets of 2019 — but they can’t stop the truth from spreading faster and faster as a result.