Daily Archives: November 30, 2013

Controlled Opposition in Canada

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A good explanation of controlled opposition.

The Illuminati often achieve their goals

by pretending to support the opposite.

It’s counter-intuitive but they advanced

world government by supporting nationalism

in Canada. It boils down to, if you wish to control

the opposition, you have to lead it.

My original title was “Confessions of a Dupe.” From the age of 18 to 40, I was an ardent Canadian nationalist and member of various “nationalist” groups, including Mel Hurtig’s “Committee for an Independent Canada.”  In 1968, I organized a speech for Hurtig (left) at Carleton University.  In 1988, when I was rich from Scruples, I contributed about $20,000 to opposing the free trade agreement because of the loss of Canadian sovereignty. –

via Illuminati Playbook: The Phony Opposition – henrymakow.com.

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Dating site scam hoax

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I only found one commenter that doesn’t believe this story. Like the past stories on what I think are faked/staged collisions, this seems to be another fabricated story for a “good cause”. So once more, are noble lies ethical from those we are told to submit to and respect? I say no.

Canadians looking for love online are falling prey to the country’s most lucrative scam. One woman says she gave a total of $1.3 million to a man she met on a dating site, but never in person.

Ellen’s is a story that is hard to believe, and even more difficult to comprehend. How could a mature, self-sufficient woman send such a huge sum of money to someone she never even met?

“Some are asking for money within two weeks,” Williams says. “Some wait nine months before making their approach.” Why? “Because they have hundreds, if not thousands, of people on the go. Because they have so much money coming in, they can wai

Ellen, now 65, says there’s nothing left.

She says she tried to send the first sum of $945 via Western Union, but the employee refused: “She said to me, ‘Do you know this person? If you don’t know this person, don’t send it. I’m not sending it.’ ”

Ellen says her fog lifted when a male relative told her point-blank that she was being conned. She ultimately reported a loss of $1.332 million to the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre, which compiles information and forwards it to law enforcement for investigation.

via Online dating relationship ends badly, $1.3M later | Toronto Star.

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Corporate police busts

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Glad to see the corporations that control the world have such an efficient police force. Those knock off clothes are so dangerous to wear (even though they come out of the same slave [by our standards] garment factory).

Once more, I wonder if the story is true at all or if they just massage the numbers to get them occultic.

Police have seized $6.5 million worth of fake goods and arrested 21 people in connection with a cross-border counterfeit investigation, Toronto police confirmed Friday.

Officers from across Ontario executed a number of search warrants seizing items from 13 businesses across the province, including three Wireless Waves stores — two of which are located in Toronto.

Officers laid 155 charges and seized a large quantity of counterfeit luxury goods, fraudulent cosmetics, clothing, electronics, prescription drugs and TTC tokens.

Dubbed Project PACE (Partners Against Counterfeiting Everywhere), police worked with RCMP officers, the Canadian Border Services Agency, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, as well as a number of private sector businesses, including the LCBO and the TTC.

via Police seize $6.5 million in counterfeit goods | Toronto Star.

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David vs. the Nutwork

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Simon wonders, like I do, if the clues point of view about what’s really happening in the media faked world will ever become mainstream. Here’s his message of hope, something all of us who look at this material need to remember.

I sometimes wake up in the morning wondering : how are we possibly going to defeat the scumbags who fool us all with their media fakery on a daily basis? For how long is this charade supposed to go on? I then wonder whether we are – on this forum – perhaps far too few and helpless to do anything about it. I mean, are we not just a tiny, unconnected and disorganized bunch of individuals spread around the world – with a laughably small amount of power to make any difference? Well, yes – so it seems. But wait. Remember that ol’ Jewish story about David and Goliath? Remember who won that battle? If you don’t, let me refresh your memory: the little kid won it :

via GETTING THE WORD OUT! • Cluesforum.info.

Every small blog, small audio, small youtube video helps. It’s a fabian approach, one small convincing at a time. When enough people hear enough level headed people discuss this topic, as on our broadcasts, then it will become exponential if enough of these people tell two friends, who tell two friends, and so on and so on and so on.

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