Now breathing the fallout from a "Burnt-Plastic" chemtrail plume. Being able to smell and taste chemtrails is like being able to see things others cannot see, although about 2% of the population seems to be able to smell or taste chemtrails. For me, it´s so intense, it´s like I´m standing in a filthy factory or having my nose directly over an open can of acetone. This is real and unprecedented in human history. Do not ignore this disease-causing, life-shortening crime against humanity another day. (Russ Tanner) (2015)(2)
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"But what can you do, We both live in a world that is monitoring us from the inside out, not even trusting us enough to make our own mistakes... The very same Nanotechnology that imprisons us also makes us superhuman. (Post-Human)"
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"Die Zensur ist die schändlichere von zwei Schwestern. Die Zensur ist das lebendige Eingeständnis der Herrschenden, daß sie nur verdummte Sklaven treten, aber keine freien Völker regieren können. / Censorship is the more shameful of two sisters. The older one is called Inquisition. Censorship is the living admission of the rulers that they can only kick dumb slaves but cannot rule free peoples. (Johann Nepomuk Nestroy)(1801-1862)"
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“You are not Christians. You are not Jews. You are not Muslims. And you certainly aren’t atheists. You all have the same god, and its name is ‘government.’ You’re all members of the most evil, insane, destructive cult in history. If there ever was a devil, the state is it. And you worship it with all your heart and soul. (Larken Rose, The Iron Web)"
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The government of my country snubs honest simplicity, but fondles artistic villainy, and I think I might have developed into a very capable pickpocket if I had remained in the public service a year or two. / Die Regierung meines Landes brüskiert ehrliche Einfachheit, aber streichelt künstlerische Schurkerei, und ich glaube, ich hätte mich in einen sehr fähigen Taschendieb entwickeln können, wenn ich ein oder zwei Jahre in der öffentlichen Verwaltung geblieben wäre. (Mark Twain)