I don’t know about you, but I find it very curious that comedian George Carlin died of chest pains a few months after his new, scathing routine on the powers-that-be got excerpted in a you-tube video, and five days after it was announced to the press that “Carlin was being awarded the 11th annual Mark Twain Prize for American Humor, which will be presented Nov. 10 in Washington and broadcast on PBS.” (quote from AP article appearing on yahoo! this morning)
Were the bad boys afraid of what would happen if honor-laden Carlin spoke his mind about the global conspiracy on national public television to millions of intelligent viewers? Stranger things have happened. I attended a lecture 12 years years ago by Bill Cooper, a retired naval intelligence officer who had written a book, “Behold a Pale Horse,” that spilled many secrets he had been privy to during his service.
Cooper said he had taken an oath, as a military officer, to defend the constitution of the United States against all enemies, domestic and foreign. He believed it was his duty to that oath to expose the truth that was being kept from the American public, threatening American freedom. He had received warnings on his life and said if he wound up dead, it would prove everything he had been saying was true. Three years later I read that he had been shot to death on the front yard of his home.
Bill Cooper was not the first “truther” to be assassinated, but it’s a name that sometimes gets forgotten on the list, which is reason enough to mention it. Was George Carlin a victim of something similar? Hard to say. But when an outspoken, fearless man with a growing public image steps forward claiming the people who “own” the country have swallowed our freedoms and intend to swallow those few remaining, that tends to get noticed by the “owners” he is talking about. How could they let Carlin stay on the loose?
Assassinations show us that aware people must collectively shoulder the burden of speaking about the what’s really happening in the world, quietly and in our personal circles. We must also, when we feel our numbers are great enough, act en masse, in huge nonviolent demonstrations and broad, collective acts of civil disobedience, against rules that infringe on basic human rights.
The few who become public targets by revealing information that points to the guilty (heroes like David Kelly, the Kennedys, David Icke) find themselves murdered or their reputations murdered. We can prevent that happening when we are everywhere, acting in a grassroots, “thought-guerrilla” fashion. The little mice, in the fable, freed the lion. The big beasts couldn’t do it.
I discovered this you-tube announcement for a “Rally Against the New World Order” scheduled to take place in London and in Washington, D.C. on July 4. We can support our heroes by standing with them on this day. Don’t let David Icke, Alex Jones and other brave individuals try to stop the emerging fascist state alone. The time comes when each of us must do something.
Those who want to microchip humanity and establish a global government can sniper-shot our leaders. They can’t kill millions of people who choose to oppose their strategies.
It’s time for us to speak out together. I believe the time has come to demonstrate, to make our message and presence widely known to the world.
The press can’t ignore demonstrations that take place in massive proportions. Will these rallies be massive? Are we ready yet? Where will you be on July 4?
© Bronte Baxter 2008
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