Émission de radio L'Autre Monde

Émission de radio L'Autre Monde

jeudi 24 juillet 2008

Quand les gouvernements et les entreprises deviennent trop puissants...

Quand les gouvernements et les entreprises deviennent trop puissants...

Quand c'est rendu que les gouvernements et les entreprises contrôlent notre vie et la façon dont on devrait la vivre, qu'ils contrôlent la chaîne alimentaire et la façon dont on doit élever nos enfants, en passant par le micro-puçage des animaux que l'on possède avec des chips RFID qui causent des cancers et que c'est Waltz Disney qui vous endoctrine en temps de guerre pour payer vos impôts pour soutenir l'effort de guerre contre "l'ennemi", il y a de quoi se poser des questions à propos de l'état réel de nos droits et libertés naturels. Normalement, pour les esprits moindrement informés et éduqués, cela devrait être une cloche d'alarme assourdissante.

Voyez vous-mêmes:

The Future of Food

It's not looking good


Income Tax Propaganda Cartoon


Big Brother on the Farm

It's called "NAIS"


In some cities in the US it's already
mandatory that your pet have a computer
chip embedded it its body.

Small farmers, including backyard farmers
with a dozen chickens, are being told that
soon, they will have to do that too.

Guess who's next?

There are already companies hard at
work manufacturing and marketing computer
chip implants for humans.

And some misguided folks are lining up
for them because it will increase their


- Brasscheck

P.S. My guess is that less than 1 out 1,000,
maybe 1 out of 10,0000, know how far along
this plan is.

If you don't tell them, odds are your friends
and colleagues will never know.
- Brasscheck

For the love of God, don't people have any common sense left at all?

Do not let anyone put a computer chip in your body.

And, while you're all it, lend support to the small farmers who are working to stop this latest psychotic move by our Big Business Government.

Forcing people to chip their backyard livestock and pets is insane.

NAIS, the National Animal ID System, is being fought by this group.

It's in your best interest to support them every way you can:


U.S. government: We know parenting better than you

The U.S. House of Representatives is scheduled to debate two bills that could give the federal government unprecedented control over the way parents raise their children - even providing funds for state workers to come into homes and screen babies for emotional and developmental problems.

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