As UFO Sightings Increase, Dr Steven Greer Makes Compelling Case For Alien Life

Abby Martin talks to UFOologist Dr. Steven Greer about his work with the Disclosure Project, an organization that has collected testimonies from over one hundred US government officials concerning the existence of extra-terrestrial life.

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Another issue that all governments want to keep from us at all cost, for if humans on Earth learn that we’re living in the galaxy’s slave gulag, with central banks and what not, the fall of the cabal will be complete.

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Jury Nullification: What It Is and How to Use It

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Ohio Constitution Stops Obamacare in its Tracks!

While the federal government would love nothing more to make people believe they are “all powerful” or “what they say goes” or “what they say trumps the power of the states,” it simply is not true. The federal government (Washington) derives all its power from the people. The federal government would have you believe the power structure is as follows: Federal, State, Cities, Towns, and then the people. When in fact as a republic the real structure of our country since its inception has always been: We the people, Towns, Cities, States, and then the Federal Government. The federal government has NO power to enforce their “rules, regulation, laws” on the states unless the states and people allow it.

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500 Years of History Shows that Mass Spying Is Always Aimed at Crushing Dissent

It’s Never to Protect Us From Bad Guys.

No matter which government conducts mass surveillance, they also do it to crush dissent, and then give a false rationale for why they’re doing it.

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A miracle in Wisconsin

A revolution has occurred in Appleton, Wisconsin. It’s taken place in the Central Alternative High School. The kids now behave. The hallways aren’t frantic. Even the teachers are happy.

The school used to be out of control. Kids packed weapons. Discipline problems swamped the principal’s office.

But not since 1997.

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Wonderful. A school that wasn’t hijacked.

David Icke – Prisons of the Mind

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Windows XP: Microsoft’s Ticking Time Bomb

The final deadline for Windows XP support will act as a starting pistol for hackers, as they target hundreds of millions of users on unpatched systems.

Microsoft has already granted the 12-year-old OS several stays of execution, but the firm has said it will finally end extended support on 8 April 2014 – despite the fact that XP remains the second-most popular OS, with almost a third of PCs running it.

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WARNING: if you still run Windows XP, you will be forced to abandon it between now and April 2014. And if you do, you will have to install a new system from scratch anyhow, so why buy any new Windows version if you can choose between hundreds of Linux distributions which are free to use, open-source and contain no malware whatsoever? You will still have a desktop with icons, start menu, quicklaunch panel etc., as well as tenthousands of free softwares for all kinds of purposes, including browsers (Firefox etc.), media players, email, office and everything else you need, much more than what is offered by commercial operating systems. And don’t worry about fiddling with dozens of driver CDs – the Linux Kernel provides everything for you.

If you’re new to this, i’d recommend Linux Mint for a start, which comes in 4 different flavors (desktops): Cinnamon (a rather young, good-looking desktop which i find promising albeit a few minor bugs), MATE (based on Gnome but more conservative), KDE (a huge, great-looking, mature & very powerful desktop, although not ideal on slow computers), or XFCE (another pretty conservative, fast & non-annoying desktop which is my personal favorite). There are many more possible choices out there, but this is what the Linux Mint community has chosen to maintain. And we’re talking about just one of hundreds of Linux distributions out there. Linux Mint is simply one of the most beginner-friendly choices.

Discover a new world of software freedom, security and freedom of choice, and get your computer (and yourself) out of the corporate software matrix. With Linux, you can enjoy using your computer once again and become the boss on your system – not the other way around. Don’t be afraid, it won’t hurt. And once you made the transition, you will probably not want to look back – ever.

See also:

DistroWatch.com  – Comprehensive overview about all relevant Linux distributions (with a Top-100 popularity list on the right)

Why Linux Is Better – in case anyone asks…