We´re running into a lot of new problems today because of what we emphasize in this culture. The word ‘success´ to the average person means earning a lot of money and having a home, two cars, children in college. Success to me is entirely different to what success is to the average person. Success is being a successful human being in terms of pursuing what you believe in. If you believe in making paintings, writing poetry, writing music. If this is what you really want, you´re successful to yourself. But to be successful to your culture means to sell yourself short of what you really want. (Jacque Fresco) Tweet
Psychiatrists - the worst and most disgusting people on this planet! They will stick their claws into you and suck you into their sick little world by any chance they get. (Anja Iversen)(2015)Tweet
Conspiracy Revelation Archive Vol.78: 26. September 2015:
So people will not be able to live off of the wild life. New Zealand is doing the same thing. I can´t believe what they are doing…so, it´s looking pretty ugly.. Surprisingly the University of California U.C. Berkeley and U.C. Davis are involved in these Military programs.. (Paul Sandhu: Why do you say surprisingly? Universities have always been involved with the Military all over, most of these weapons research, biological, biowarfare research, electronic harassment, all these are done at Universities, all over the country.) It all comes out of the Universities, you are totally right. The Universities were started by Bankers and they are very occult, in other words satanic and demonic… (Leuren Moret)(2015)(09.12.)(on Jade Helm, Syrian Refugee Propaganda, Electronic Terrorism, More)"Tweet
Wir wissen ja mittlerweile, dass in jedem CPU-Prozessor ein Trojaner von Zion und dem Department of War drin ist…was fast alle Security-Tools und die gesamte Antiviren-Industrie Ad-Absurdum führt.
In the meantime we already know that in every CPU processor there is a Trojan from Zion and the Department of War... which makes a mockery out of almost all security tools and the entire anti-virus industry. (Ingmar Veeck)(2018)(6.8.)Tweet