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  • About This Documentary
    #PLANDEMIC the movie:
    Humanity is imprisoned by a killer pandemic. People are being arrested for surfing in the ocean and meditating in nature. Nations are collapsing. Hungry citizens are rioting for food. The media has generated so much confusion and fear that people are begging for salvation in a syringe. Billionaire patent owners are pushing for globally mandated vaccines. Anyone who refuses to be injected with experimental poisons will be prohibited from travel, education and work. No, this is not a synopsis for a new horror movie. This is our current reality.

    Let's back up to address how we got here...

    In the early 1900s, America's first Billionaire, John D. Rockefeller bought a German pharmaceutical company that would later assist Hitler to implement his eugenics-based vision by manufacturing chemicals and poisons for war. Rockefeller wanted to eliminate the competitors of Western medicine, so he submitted a report to Congress declaring that there were too many doctors and medical schools in America, and that all natural healing modalities were unscientific quackery. Rockefeller called for the standardization of medical education, whereby only his organization be allowed to grant medical school licenses in the US. And so began the practice of immune suppressive, synthetic and toxic drugs. Once people had become dependent on this new system and the addictive drugs it provided, the system switched to a paid program, creating lifelong customers for the Rockefellers. Currently, medical error is the third leading cause of death in the US. Rockefeller's secret weapon to success was the strategy known as, "problem-reaction-solution." Create a problem, escalate fear, then offer a pre-planned solution. Sound familiar?

    Flash-forward to 2020...

    They named it COVID19. Our leaders of world health predicted millions would die. The National Guard was deployed. Makeshift hospitals were erected to care for a massive overflow of patients. Mass graves were dug. Terrifying news reports had people everywhere seeking shelter to avoid contact. The plan was unfolding with diabolical precision, but the masters of the Pandemic underestimated one thing... the people. Medical professionals and every-day citizens are sharing critical information online. The overlords of big tech have ordered all dissenting voices to be silenced and banned, but they are too late. The slumbering masses are awake and aware that something is not right. Quarantine has provided the missing element: time. Suddenly, our overworked citizenry has ample time to research and investigate for themselves. Once you see, you can't unsee.

    The window of opportunity is open like never before. For the first time in human history, we have the world's attention. Plandemic will expose the scientific and political elite who run the scam that is our global health system, while laying out a new plan; a plan that allows all of humanity to reconnect with healing forces of nature. 2020 is the code for perfect vision. It is also the year that will go down in history as the moment we finally opened our eyes. Be sure to check out https://plandemicmovie.com/
    About This Documentary #PLANDEMIC the movie: Humanity is imprisoned by a killer pandemic. People are being arrested for surfing in the ocean and meditating in nature. Nations are collapsing. Hungry citizens are rioting for food. The media has generated so much confusion and fear that people are begging for salvation in a syringe. Billionaire patent owners are pushing for globally mandated vaccines. Anyone who refuses to be injected with experimental poisons will be prohibited from travel, education and work. No, this is not a synopsis for a new horror movie. This is our current reality. Let's back up to address how we got here... In the early 1900s, America's first Billionaire, John D. Rockefeller bought a German pharmaceutical company that would later assist Hitler to implement his eugenics-based vision by manufacturing chemicals and poisons for war. Rockefeller wanted to eliminate the competitors of Western medicine, so he submitted a report to Congress declaring that there were too many doctors and medical schools in America, and that all natural healing modalities were unscientific quackery. Rockefeller called for the standardization of medical education, whereby only his organization be allowed to grant medical school licenses in the US. And so began the practice of immune suppressive, synthetic and toxic drugs. Once people had become dependent on this new system and the addictive drugs it provided, the system switched to a paid program, creating lifelong customers for the Rockefellers. Currently, medical error is the third leading cause of death in the US. Rockefeller's secret weapon to success was the strategy known as, "problem-reaction-solution." Create a problem, escalate fear, then offer a pre-planned solution. Sound familiar? Flash-forward to 2020... They named it COVID19. Our leaders of world health predicted millions would die. The National Guard was deployed. Makeshift hospitals were erected to care for a massive overflow of patients. Mass graves were dug. Terrifying news reports had people everywhere seeking shelter to avoid contact. The plan was unfolding with diabolical precision, but the masters of the Pandemic underestimated one thing... the people. Medical professionals and every-day citizens are sharing critical information online. The overlords of big tech have ordered all dissenting voices to be silenced and banned, but they are too late. The slumbering masses are awake and aware that something is not right. Quarantine has provided the missing element: time. Suddenly, our overworked citizenry has ample time to research and investigate for themselves. Once you see, you can't unsee. The window of opportunity is open like never before. For the first time in human history, we have the world's attention. Plandemic will expose the scientific and political elite who run the scam that is our global health system, while laying out a new plan; a plan that allows all of humanity to reconnect with healing forces of nature. 2020 is the code for perfect vision. It is also the year that will go down in history as the moment we finally opened our eyes. Be sure to check out https://plandemicmovie.com/
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  • Thanks Lee Camp! Excerpt from 'Bullet Points and Punch Lines, Lee's new book (BUY IT): THE PENTAGON CAN’T ACCOUNT
    FOR 21 TRILLION DOLLARS
    (THAT’S NOT A TYPO)
    Twenty-one trillion dollars.
    The Pentagon’s own numbers show that it can’t account
    for 21 trillion dollars. Yes, I mean trillion with a “T.” And this
    could change everything.
    But I’ll get back to that in a moment.
    There are certain things the human mind is not meant
    to do. Our complex brains cannot view the world in infrared,
    cannot spell words backwards during orgasm, and cannot
    really grasp numbers over a few thousand. A few thousand we
    can feel and conceptualize. We’ve all been in stadiums with
    several thousand people. We have an idea of what that looks
    like (and how sticky the floor gets).
    But when we get into the millions, we lose it. It becomes
    a fog of nonsense. Visualizing it feels like trying to hug a
    memory. We may know what one million dollars can buy (and
    we may want that thing), but you probably don’t know how
    tall a stack of a million one-dollar bills is. You probably don’t
    know how long it takes a minimum-wage employee to make
    one million dollars.
    That’s why trying to understand—truly understand—
    that the Pentagon spent 21 trillion unaccounted for dollars
    between 1998 and 2015 washes over you like your mother
    telling you that your third cousin you met twice is getting

    divorced.1 It seems vaguely upsetting, but you forget about it
    15 seconds later because . . . what else is there to do?
    Twenty-one trillion.
    But let’s get back to the beginning. A couple of years ago,
    Mark Skidmore, an economics professor, heard Catherine
    Austin Fitts, former assistant secretary in the Department of
    Housing and Urban Development, say that the Department
    of Defense Office of Inspector General had found 6.5 trillion
    dollars worth of unaccounted for spending in 2015.2 Skidmore,
    being an economics professor, thought something like, “She
    means 6.5 billion dollars. Not trillion. Because trillion would
    mean the Pentagon couldn’t account for more money than
    the gross domestic product of the whole United Kingdom.
    But still, 6.5 billion dollars of unaccounted for money is a
    crazy amount.”
    So he went and looked at the inspector general’s report,
    and he found something interesting: it was trillion!3 It was
    fucking 6.5 trillion dollars of unaccounted for spending in
    2015! And I’m sorry for the cursing, but it’s legally obligatory
    to preface the word “trillion” with “fucking.” It is indeed way
    more than the UK’s GDP.
    Skidmore did a little more digging. As Forbes reported
    in December 2017, “[He] and Catherine Austin Fitts . . . conducted
    a search of government websites and found similar
    reports dating back to 1998. While the documents are
    incomplete, original government sources indicate $21 trillion
    in unsupported adjustments have been reported for the
    Department of Defense and the Department of Housing and
    Urban Development for the years 1998–2015.”4
    Let’s stop and take a second to conceive how much 21
    trillion dollars is (which we can’t, because our brains shortcircuit,
    but we’ll try anyway).
    • The amount of money supposedly in the stock market
    is 30 trillion dollars.5
    • The GDP of the United States is 20.5 trillion dollars.6

    • Picture a stack of money. Now imagine that that stack
    of dollars is all one-thousand-dollar bills. Each bill
    says “$1,000” on it. How high do you imagine that
    stack of bills would be if it were one trillion dollars. It
    would be 63 miles high.7
    • Imagine you make 40 thousand dollars a year. How
    long would it take you to make one trillion dollars?
    Well, don’t sign up for this task, because it would take
    you 25 million years (which sounds like a long time,
    but I hear that the last 10 million really fly by, because
    you already know your way around the office, where
    the coffee machine is, etc.).
    The human brain is not meant to think about a trillion
    dollars.
    And it’s definitely not meant to think about the 21 trillion
    dollars our Department of Defense can’t account for. These
    numbers sound bananas. They sound like something Alex
    Jones found tattooed on his backside by extraterrestrials.
    But the 21 trillion number comes from the Department
    of Defense Office of Inspector General—the OIG. Although,
    as Forbes pointed out, “after Mark Skidmore began inquiring
    about OIG-reported unsubstantiated adjustments, the OIG’s
    webpage, which documented, albeit in a highly incomplete
    manner, these unsupported ‘accounting adjustments,’ was
    mysteriously taken down.”
    Luckily, people had already grabbed copies of the report,
    which—for now—you can view here.8
    Here’s something else important from that Forbes
    article—which is one of the only mainstream media articles
    you can find on the largest theft in American history: “Given
    that the entire Army budget in fiscal year 2015 was $120 billion,
    unsupported adjustments were 54 times the level of spending
    authorized by Congress.”
    That’s right. The expenses with no explanation were 54
    times the actual budget allotted by Congress. Well, it’s good

    to see Congress is doing 1/54th of its job of overseeing military
    spending. (That’s actually more than I thought Congress
    was doing.) This would seem to mean that 98 percent of every
    dollar spent by the Army in 2015 was unconstitutional.
    So, pray tell, what did the OIG say caused all this unaccounted
    for spending that makes Jeff Bezos’s net worth look
    like that of a guy jingling a tin can on the street corner?
    “[The July 2016 inspector general] report indicates that
    unsupported adjustments are the result of the Defense
    Department’s ‘failure to correct system deficiencies.’”
    They blame trillions of dollars of mysterious spending on a
    “failure to correct system deficiencies”? That’s like me saying
    I had sex with 100 thousand wild hairless aardvarks, because
    I wasn’t looking where I was walking.
    Twenty-one trillion.
    Say it slowly to yourself.
    At the end of the day, there are no justifiable explanations
    for this amount of unaccounted for, unconstitutional
    spending. Right now, the Pentagon is being audited for the
    first time ever,9 and it’s taking 2,400 auditors to do it. I’m
    not holding my breath that they’ll actually be allowed to get
    to the bottom of this.
    But if the American people truly understood this number,
    it would change both the country and the world. It means that
    the dollar is sprinting down a path toward worthlessness. If
    the Pentagon is hiding spending that dwarfs the amount of
    tax dollars coming in to the federal government, then it’s
    clear the government is printing however much it wants and
    thinking there are no consequences. Once these trillions are
    considered, our fiat currency has even less meaning than it
    already did, and it’s only a matter of time before inflation
    runs wild.
    It also means that any time our government says it
    “doesn’t have money” for a project, it’s laughable. It can
    clearly “create” as much as it wants for bombing and death.
    This would explain how Donald Trump’s military can drop

    well over 100 bombs a day that cost well north of one million
    dollars each.10
    So why can’t our government also “create” endless
    money for health care, education, the homeless, veterans’
    benefits, and the elderly, to make all parking free, and to pay
    the Rolling Stones to play stoop-front shows in my neighborhood?
    (I’m sure the Rolling Stones are expensive, but surely a
    trillion dollars could cover a couple of songs.)
    Obviously, our government could do those things, but it
    chooses not to. Earlier this month, Louisiana sent eviction
    notices to 30 thousand elderly people on Medicaid, to kick
    them out of their nursing homes.11 Yes, a country that can
    vomit trillions of dollars down a black hole marked “military”
    can’t find the money to take care of our poor elderly. It’s a
    repulsive joke.
    Twenty-one trillion.
    Former secretary of defense Robert Gates spoke about
    how no one knows where the money is flying in the Pentagon.
    In a barely reported speech in 2011, he said, “My staff and I
    learned that it was nearly impossible to get accurate information
    and answers to questions such as ‘how much money did
    you spend’ and ‘how many people do you have?’”12
    They can’t even find out how many people work for a
    specific department?
    Note for anyone looking for a job: just show up at the
    Pentagon and tell them you work there. It doesn’t seem like
    they’d have much luck proving you don’t.
    For more on this story, check out David DeGraw’s excellent
    reporting at ChangeMaker.media, because the mainstream
    corporate media are mouthpieces for the weapons
    industry. They are friends with benefits of the militaryindustrial
    complex. I have seen basically nothing from the
    mainstream corporate media concerning this mysterious 21
    trillion dollars. I missed the time when CNN’s Wolf Blitzer
    said that the money we dump into war and death—either
    the accounted for money or the secretive trillions—could

    end world hunger and poverty many times over.13 There’s
    no reason anybody needs to be starving or hungry or unsheltered
    on this planet, but our government seems hell-bent on
    proving that it stands for nothing but profiting off death and
    misery. And our media desperately want to show they stand
    for nothing but propping up our morally bankrupt empire. There’s
    no reason anybody needs to be starving or hungry or unsheltered
    on this planet, but our government seems hell-bent on
    proving that it stands for nothing but profiting off death and
    misery. And our media desperately want to show they stand
    for nothing but propping up our morally bankrupt empire.
    When the media aren’t actively promoting war, they’re
    filling the airwaves with shit, so the entire country can’t even
    hear itself think. Our whole mindscape is filled to the brim
    with nonsense and vacant celebrity idiocy. Then, while no
    one is looking, the largest theft humankind has ever seen is
    going on behind our backs—covered up under the guise of
    “national security.”
    Twenty-one trillion.
    Don’t forget.
    NOTES
    1 Laurence Kotlikoff, “Has Our Government Spent $21 Trillion of
    Our Money without Telling Us?” Forbes, December 8, 2017, accessed
    September 24, 2019, https://www.forbes.com/sites/kotlikoff/2017/12/
    08/has-our-government-spent-21-trillion-of-our-money-withouttelling-
    us/#161e89207aef. ((Sorry Lee, Forbes took that link down))
    2 Ibid.
    3 Inspector General, U.S. Department of Defense, Army General Fund
    Adjustments Not Adequately Documented or Supported, July 26, 2016,
    accessed September 24, 2019, https://media.defense.gov/2016/Jul/
    26/2001714261/-1/-1/1/DODIG-2016-113.pdf.
    4 Kotlifoff, “Has Our Government Spent $21 Trillion of Our Money
    without Telling Us?”
    5 Vito J. Racanelli, “The US Stock Market Is Now Worth $30 Trillion,”
    Barron’s, January 18, 2018, accessed September 24, 2019, https://
    www.barrons.com/articles/the-u-s-stock-market-is-now-worth-
    30-trillion-1516285704.
    6 World Bank, “GDP (current $US),” accessed September 24, 2019,
    https://data.worldbank.org/indicator/NY.GDP.MKTP.CD.
    7 “How Much Is a Trillion Dollars?” If I Had a Trillion Dollars Youth Film
    Festival, accessed September 24, 2019, https://ihtd.org/festivalguide/
    resources/how-much-is-a-trillion-dollars/.

    8 Department of Defense Office of Inspector General, Army General
    Fund Adjustments Not Adequately Documented or Supported, July 26, 2016,
    accessed September 24, 2019, https://www.dodig.mil/reports.html/
    Article/1119298/army-general-fund-adjustments-not-adequatelydocumented-
    or-supported/.
    9 Bill Chappell, “Pentagon Announces First-Ever Audit of the Department
    of Defense,” NPR, December 8, 2017, accessed September 24, 2019,
    https://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2017/12/08/569394885/
    pentagon-announces-first-ever-audit-of-the-department-of-defense.
    10 John Haltiwanger, “Trump Has Dropped Record Number of
    Bombs on Middle East,” Newsweek, September 19, 2017, accessed
    September 24, 2019, http://www.newsweek.com/trump-era-recordnumber-
    bombs-dropped-middle-east-667505.
    11 Greg Hilburn, “More than 30,000 Nursing Home Eviction Notices
    to Be Sent in Louisiana Thursday,” USA Today, May 7, 2018, accessed
    September 24, 2019, https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nationnow/
    2018/05/07/louisiana-nursing-home-eviction-notices-couldcreate-
    mass-chaos/588867002/.
    12 Robert M. Gates, “Secretary of Defense Speech,” U.S. Department of
    Defense, May 24, 2011, accessed September 24, 2019, https://archive.
    defense.gov/Speeches/Speech.aspx?SpeechID=1570.
    13 Elisabeth Rosenthal and Andrew Martin, “UN Says Solving Food
    Crisis Could Cost $30 Billion,” New York Times, June 4, 2008, accessed
    September 24, 2019, https://www.nytimes.com/2008/06/04/news/
    04iht-04food.13446176.html.
    Thanks Lee Camp! Excerpt from 'Bullet Points and Punch Lines, Lee's new book (BUY IT): THE PENTAGON CAN’T ACCOUNT FOR 21 TRILLION DOLLARS (THAT’S NOT A TYPO) Twenty-one trillion dollars. The Pentagon’s own numbers show that it can’t account for 21 trillion dollars. Yes, I mean trillion with a “T.” And this could change everything. But I’ll get back to that in a moment. There are certain things the human mind is not meant to do. Our complex brains cannot view the world in infrared, cannot spell words backwards during orgasm, and cannot really grasp numbers over a few thousand. A few thousand we can feel and conceptualize. We’ve all been in stadiums with several thousand people. We have an idea of what that looks like (and how sticky the floor gets). But when we get into the millions, we lose it. It becomes a fog of nonsense. Visualizing it feels like trying to hug a memory. We may know what one million dollars can buy (and we may want that thing), but you probably don’t know how tall a stack of a million one-dollar bills is. You probably don’t know how long it takes a minimum-wage employee to make one million dollars. That’s why trying to understand—truly understand— that the Pentagon spent 21 trillion unaccounted for dollars between 1998 and 2015 washes over you like your mother telling you that your third cousin you met twice is getting divorced.1 It seems vaguely upsetting, but you forget about it 15 seconds later because . . . what else is there to do? Twenty-one trillion. But let’s get back to the beginning. A couple of years ago, Mark Skidmore, an economics professor, heard Catherine Austin Fitts, former assistant secretary in the Department of Housing and Urban Development, say that the Department of Defense Office of Inspector General had found 6.5 trillion dollars worth of unaccounted for spending in 2015.2 Skidmore, being an economics professor, thought something like, “She means 6.5 billion dollars. Not trillion. Because trillion would mean the Pentagon couldn’t account for more money than the gross domestic product of the whole United Kingdom. But still, 6.5 billion dollars of unaccounted for money is a crazy amount.” So he went and looked at the inspector general’s report, and he found something interesting: it was trillion!3 It was fucking 6.5 trillion dollars of unaccounted for spending in 2015! And I’m sorry for the cursing, but it’s legally obligatory to preface the word “trillion” with “fucking.” It is indeed way more than the UK’s GDP. Skidmore did a little more digging. As Forbes reported in December 2017, “[He] and Catherine Austin Fitts . . . conducted a search of government websites and found similar reports dating back to 1998. While the documents are incomplete, original government sources indicate $21 trillion in unsupported adjustments have been reported for the Department of Defense and the Department of Housing and Urban Development for the years 1998–2015.”4 Let’s stop and take a second to conceive how much 21 trillion dollars is (which we can’t, because our brains shortcircuit, but we’ll try anyway). • The amount of money supposedly in the stock market is 30 trillion dollars.5 • The GDP of the United States is 20.5 trillion dollars.6 • Picture a stack of money. Now imagine that that stack of dollars is all one-thousand-dollar bills. Each bill says “$1,000” on it. How high do you imagine that stack of bills would be if it were one trillion dollars. It would be 63 miles high.7 • Imagine you make 40 thousand dollars a year. How long would it take you to make one trillion dollars? Well, don’t sign up for this task, because it would take you 25 million years (which sounds like a long time, but I hear that the last 10 million really fly by, because you already know your way around the office, where the coffee machine is, etc.). The human brain is not meant to think about a trillion dollars. And it’s definitely not meant to think about the 21 trillion dollars our Department of Defense can’t account for. These numbers sound bananas. They sound like something Alex Jones found tattooed on his backside by extraterrestrials. But the 21 trillion number comes from the Department of Defense Office of Inspector General—the OIG. Although, as Forbes pointed out, “after Mark Skidmore began inquiring about OIG-reported unsubstantiated adjustments, the OIG’s webpage, which documented, albeit in a highly incomplete manner, these unsupported ‘accounting adjustments,’ was mysteriously taken down.” Luckily, people had already grabbed copies of the report, which—for now—you can view here.8 Here’s something else important from that Forbes article—which is one of the only mainstream media articles you can find on the largest theft in American history: “Given that the entire Army budget in fiscal year 2015 was $120 billion, unsupported adjustments were 54 times the level of spending authorized by Congress.” That’s right. The expenses with no explanation were 54 times the actual budget allotted by Congress. Well, it’s good to see Congress is doing 1/54th of its job of overseeing military spending. (That’s actually more than I thought Congress was doing.) This would seem to mean that 98 percent of every dollar spent by the Army in 2015 was unconstitutional. So, pray tell, what did the OIG say caused all this unaccounted for spending that makes Jeff Bezos’s net worth look like that of a guy jingling a tin can on the street corner? “[The July 2016 inspector general] report indicates that unsupported adjustments are the result of the Defense Department’s ‘failure to correct system deficiencies.’” They blame trillions of dollars of mysterious spending on a “failure to correct system deficiencies”? That’s like me saying I had sex with 100 thousand wild hairless aardvarks, because I wasn’t looking where I was walking. Twenty-one trillion. Say it slowly to yourself. At the end of the day, there are no justifiable explanations for this amount of unaccounted for, unconstitutional spending. Right now, the Pentagon is being audited for the first time ever,9 and it’s taking 2,400 auditors to do it. I’m not holding my breath that they’ll actually be allowed to get to the bottom of this. But if the American people truly understood this number, it would change both the country and the world. It means that the dollar is sprinting down a path toward worthlessness. If the Pentagon is hiding spending that dwarfs the amount of tax dollars coming in to the federal government, then it’s clear the government is printing however much it wants and thinking there are no consequences. Once these trillions are considered, our fiat currency has even less meaning than it already did, and it’s only a matter of time before inflation runs wild. It also means that any time our government says it “doesn’t have money” for a project, it’s laughable. It can clearly “create” as much as it wants for bombing and death. This would explain how Donald Trump’s military can drop well over 100 bombs a day that cost well north of one million dollars each.10 So why can’t our government also “create” endless money for health care, education, the homeless, veterans’ benefits, and the elderly, to make all parking free, and to pay the Rolling Stones to play stoop-front shows in my neighborhood? (I’m sure the Rolling Stones are expensive, but surely a trillion dollars could cover a couple of songs.) Obviously, our government could do those things, but it chooses not to. Earlier this month, Louisiana sent eviction notices to 30 thousand elderly people on Medicaid, to kick them out of their nursing homes.11 Yes, a country that can vomit trillions of dollars down a black hole marked “military” can’t find the money to take care of our poor elderly. It’s a repulsive joke. Twenty-one trillion. Former secretary of defense Robert Gates spoke about how no one knows where the money is flying in the Pentagon. In a barely reported speech in 2011, he said, “My staff and I learned that it was nearly impossible to get accurate information and answers to questions such as ‘how much money did you spend’ and ‘how many people do you have?’”12 They can’t even find out how many people work for a specific department? Note for anyone looking for a job: just show up at the Pentagon and tell them you work there. It doesn’t seem like they’d have much luck proving you don’t. For more on this story, check out David DeGraw’s excellent reporting at ChangeMaker.media, because the mainstream corporate media are mouthpieces for the weapons industry. They are friends with benefits of the militaryindustrial complex. I have seen basically nothing from the mainstream corporate media concerning this mysterious 21 trillion dollars. I missed the time when CNN’s Wolf Blitzer said that the money we dump into war and death—either the accounted for money or the secretive trillions—could end world hunger and poverty many times over.13 There’s no reason anybody needs to be starving or hungry or unsheltered on this planet, but our government seems hell-bent on proving that it stands for nothing but profiting off death and misery. And our media desperately want to show they stand for nothing but propping up our morally bankrupt empire. There’s no reason anybody needs to be starving or hungry or unsheltered on this planet, but our government seems hell-bent on proving that it stands for nothing but profiting off death and misery. And our media desperately want to show they stand for nothing but propping up our morally bankrupt empire. When the media aren’t actively promoting war, they’re filling the airwaves with shit, so the entire country can’t even hear itself think. Our whole mindscape is filled to the brim with nonsense and vacant celebrity idiocy. Then, while no one is looking, the largest theft humankind has ever seen is going on behind our backs—covered up under the guise of “national security.” Twenty-one trillion. Don’t forget. NOTES 1 Laurence Kotlikoff, “Has Our Government Spent $21 Trillion of Our Money without Telling Us?” Forbes, December 8, 2017, accessed September 24, 2019, https://www.forbes.com/sites/kotlikoff/2017/12/ 08/has-our-government-spent-21-trillion-of-our-money-withouttelling- us/#161e89207aef. ((Sorry Lee, Forbes took that link down)) 2 Ibid. 3 Inspector General, U.S. Department of Defense, Army General Fund Adjustments Not Adequately Documented or Supported, July 26, 2016, accessed September 24, 2019, https://media.defense.gov/2016/Jul/ 26/2001714261/-1/-1/1/DODIG-2016-113.pdf. 4 Kotlifoff, “Has Our Government Spent $21 Trillion of Our Money without Telling Us?” 5 Vito J. Racanelli, “The US Stock Market Is Now Worth $30 Trillion,” Barron’s, January 18, 2018, accessed September 24, 2019, https:// www.barrons.com/articles/the-u-s-stock-market-is-now-worth- 30-trillion-1516285704. 6 World Bank, “GDP (current $US),” accessed September 24, 2019, https://data.worldbank.org/indicator/NY.GDP.MKTP.CD. 7 “How Much Is a Trillion Dollars?” If I Had a Trillion Dollars Youth Film Festival, accessed September 24, 2019, https://ihtd.org/festivalguide/ resources/how-much-is-a-trillion-dollars/. 8 Department of Defense Office of Inspector General, Army General Fund Adjustments Not Adequately Documented or Supported, July 26, 2016, accessed September 24, 2019, https://www.dodig.mil/reports.html/ Article/1119298/army-general-fund-adjustments-not-adequatelydocumented- or-supported/. 9 Bill Chappell, “Pentagon Announces First-Ever Audit of the Department of Defense,” NPR, December 8, 2017, accessed September 24, 2019, https://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2017/12/08/569394885/ pentagon-announces-first-ever-audit-of-the-department-of-defense. 10 John Haltiwanger, “Trump Has Dropped Record Number of Bombs on Middle East,” Newsweek, September 19, 2017, accessed September 24, 2019, http://www.newsweek.com/trump-era-recordnumber- bombs-dropped-middle-east-667505. 11 Greg Hilburn, “More than 30,000 Nursing Home Eviction Notices to Be Sent in Louisiana Thursday,” USA Today, May 7, 2018, accessed September 24, 2019, https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nationnow/ 2018/05/07/louisiana-nursing-home-eviction-notices-couldcreate- mass-chaos/588867002/. 12 Robert M. Gates, “Secretary of Defense Speech,” U.S. Department of Defense, May 24, 2011, accessed September 24, 2019, https://archive. defense.gov/Speeches/Speech.aspx?SpeechID=1570. 13 Elisabeth Rosenthal and Andrew Martin, “UN Says Solving Food Crisis Could Cost $30 Billion,” New York Times, June 4, 2008, accessed September 24, 2019, https://www.nytimes.com/2008/06/04/news/ 04iht-04food.13446176.html.
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  • https://truthout.org/articles/members-of-congress-own-up-to-93-million-in-fossil-fuel-stocks/?eType=EmailBlastContent&eId=4cd466ec-a424-4bd8-ae06-215ce2b47125
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  • Ten essential climate actions the next president can take without Congress: https://www.climatepresident.org/climate-president-action-plan.pdf
    Ten essential climate actions the next president can take without Congress: https://www.climatepresident.org/climate-president-action-plan.pdf
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  • Petition to Congress:
    Vote NO on the NDAA! Don’t give Trump a blank check for war, especially as he’s literally being impeached! https://act.demandprogress.org/sign/tell-congress-vote-no-ndaa-2/?t=1&referring_akid=26224.531450.Ad0ZH7
    Petition to Congress: Vote NO on the NDAA! Don’t give Trump a blank check for war, especially as he’s literally being impeached! https://act.demandprogress.org/sign/tell-congress-vote-no-ndaa-2/?t=1&referring_akid=26224.531450.Ad0ZH7
    Tell Senators: Vote NO on the NDAA!
    Trump wants a blank check for war even though he’s being impeached. And Congress just might give it to him, unless we stop them.
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  • The intelligence community has repeatedly failed to publicly respond to lawmakers’ requests to provide even a single instance when the CDR program provided significant national security value, or any reason the authority for a fundamentally broken program needs to remain in place. Last month’s disclosure of long-withheld FISA Court opinions documenting serious misuse of surveillance authorities, including “fundamental misunderstandings” about how national security surveillance may lawfully be used, highlights the importance of a range of reforms. Extending these authorities for any period of time absent major reform, as the Continuing Resolution does, reflects an abandonment of Congress’s most basic responsibilities.

    #Surveillance #PatriotAct #CivilLiberties #FISA #NationalSecurity
    The intelligence community has repeatedly failed to publicly respond to lawmakers’ requests to provide even a single instance when the CDR program provided significant national security value, or any reason the authority for a fundamentally broken program needs to remain in place. Last month’s disclosure of long-withheld FISA Court opinions documenting serious misuse of surveillance authorities, including “fundamental misunderstandings” about how national security surveillance may lawfully be used, highlights the importance of a range of reforms. Extending these authorities for any period of time absent major reform, as the Continuing Resolution does, reflects an abandonment of Congress’s most basic responsibilities. #Surveillance #PatriotAct #CivilLiberties #FISA #NationalSecurity
    Broad Coalition Opposes PATRIOT Act Extension Absent Major Reforms
    In response to Congress including a short-term 90 day reauthorization of the PATRIOT Act in a spending package, a broad coalition of groups called on Congress not to extend the controversial surveillance authority, absent major reform.
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  • Demand Progress Campaigns: Congress is on the verge of cutting a terrible deal with Donald Trump to renew NAFTA — and give Big Pharma even more power to gouge you.

    Big Pharma rigged NAFTA 2.0 with provisions that would give them a stunning new monopoly on drugs that treat life-threatening diseases such as cancer. We all know what this means: years of even more sky-high prices for essential drugs.1

    Americans are mobilizing to stop this terrible deal, and we don't have a lot of time. Reports from Capitol Hill are that a deal is "imminent."2 That's why we're asking you to speak up right now. https://act.demandprogress.org/sign/pharma-nafta/?t=1&referring_akid=26137.531450.AuC7vd
    Demand Progress Campaigns: Congress is on the verge of cutting a terrible deal with Donald Trump to renew NAFTA — and give Big Pharma even more power to gouge you. Big Pharma rigged NAFTA 2.0 with provisions that would give them a stunning new monopoly on drugs that treat life-threatening diseases such as cancer. We all know what this means: years of even more sky-high prices for essential drugs.1 Americans are mobilizing to stop this terrible deal, and we don't have a lot of time. Reports from Capitol Hill are that a deal is "imminent."2 That's why we're asking you to speak up right now. https://act.demandprogress.org/sign/pharma-nafta/?t=1&referring_akid=26137.531450.AuC7vd
    Tell Congress: Stop the Big Pharma giveaway in NAFTA 2.0
    Reports are that a deal is "imminent" -- which means we're running out of time.
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  • In Defense of the American People
    art via @ObeyGiant Overcoming divide & conquer propaganda... I will be posting a significant amount of vital information. I am publishing two books and will continue to layout how Trillions of our tax dollars are lost through outrageous fraud and mind-boggling waste. Moving forward, military spending will be a major coverage area but the primary focus will be on spreading the most...
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