Photo & caption Shared by One People Canada—thank you!
I guess this isn’t newsworthy either… go figure. Thousands of people in the streets protesting and letting their government know they are mad as hell and they’re not gonna take it any more, and the U.S. media won’t let us know.
Why? Maybe our shadow government is afraid we’ll do the same—or worse! Goodness knows we have just cause.
So you see—there’s no reason to turn on the TV. We’re not missing a thing, other than ads to get us to buy, buy, buy… and the odd little local sob story to make our hearts ache and distract us from the realabominations in this country and planet-wide.
We would do well to turn off the tube, stop shopping, except for necessities, and start having neighbourhood meetings about what the situation is and what we can do about it.
I am still finding I have intelligent, educated friends who don’t know anything about Monsanto, yet I worked in an office recently and several of the staff knew about the media, and some food, drugs, the war, cancer treatment, and one even had a friend who’s been attacked by the archons and knows about the reptilians. Hallelujah!
One hopped on the Internet immediately and checked out the sink hole in Louisiana and then to see what’s up with the Denver airport. Two asked for the address of my blog.
The number of people visiting my blog (and others like it) is escalating faster now and Facebook is going nuts with everything that’s happening! They send a lot of traffic, too.
Hope Girl’s documentary has had the desired effect and many more are learning what they’ve been missing while under the spell of the television.
Life is getting very interesting, to say the least.
People are most certainly waking up. Yes, indeed.