If you’ve been caught up in the circus that is the presidential election, you’ve likely missed the latest news about all the ways in which the government continues to erode our freedoms, undermine our sovereignty, abuse our trust, invade our homes, invade our privacy, destroy our property, hijack our bank accounts, and generally render itself above the law.
Under pressure from Republican leaders, the Justice Department on Monday afternoon reversed itself and released a full, uncensored transcript of the Orlando terrorist’s 911 call on the night of the massacre, calling the morning’s furor over omissions in the document “an unnecessary distraction.”
WEB Notes: That is not the reason, but only an excuse to conceal the perpetrators. The government tries to conceal it, but the media exposes it. Typical good cop, bad cop.
WEB Notes: If anyone really thinks this will protect their electronic communications they have officially lost all of their marbles. The governments of the world who are controlled by the children of Satan have worked very hard to take your rights away and they are not going to give them back.
U.S. commercial real estate prices may fall as much as 5 percent in the next 12 months amid tightened regulations, a wall of debt maturities and property sales by publicly traded landlords, Pacific Investment Management Co. said in a report Monday.
WEB Notes: In the past it would have been nearly impossible for a movie to come out like this. Now two have come out. As we near the end of the current global order and the rise of the next we will see a push to reduce our faith in the system which will assist in embracing the new global order. This will encompass every aspect of life and we have been seeing it for sometime now.
As far as the US government is concerned, a citizen who stockpiles weapons, ammo, and body armor, is considered an extremist of some sort, or perhaps even a burgeoning terrorist. Of course, that standard doesn’t apply to the government itself. If a civilian agency tries to stockpile military gear, it’s business as usual.
“May is usually a relatively strong month for freight shipments, but given the high inventories with ever slower turnover rates and the decline in new production orders, May could be another soft month,” predicted Rosalyn Wilson at Cass Transportation a month ago. It has now come to pass – only worse.
With delivery trucks under constant attack, the nation’s food is now transported under armed guard. Soldiers stand watch over bakeries. The police fire rubber bullets at desperate mobs storming grocery stores, pharmacies and butcher shops. A 4-year-old girl was shot to death as street gangs fought over food.