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Memorial Day | Are we Dying for Nothing?

Memorial DayAre we dying for nothing? For the greed of a few? What is causing our wars? Do you know?

“Formerly known as Decoration Day, it originated after the American Civil War to commemorate the Union and Confederate soldiers who died in the Civil War. By the 20th century, Memorial Day had been extended to honor all Americans who have died while in the military service.”–Wikipedia

 Why not fight the real enemy?

  • Don’t do business with the mega (International) banks (Citibank, Chase, Bank of America, Wells Fargo etcetera) that is doing business with the enemy. Too big to fail means they are above the law; they have made a sham of our justice system. A Central Bank’s Scheme 
  • Don’t buy “made in China (or somewhere else)” stuff. It comes from sweat shops; you are supporting corporate gangsters when you do. If you are pressed for cash get your clothing at the thrift store, so you don’t encourage the clothing giants and support small business. Go to American Apparel.
  • Don’t join the army. You are fighting for the corporations that comprise the military industrial complex (they are making money on war, blood money) not for democracy. If we bring our troops home our economic crisis ends.
  • Buy an electric car. The oil companies are a great part of the problem.
  • Stay away from the mainstream media; it’s misleading; it works for the corporate world. For the real news: Democracy Now 
  • Do your homework, so you can understand what is going on, ( Thrive) and accept your own responsibility in the matter. Your inaction will keep the tyrants in power and they are extremely dangerous.
  • Support small business.
  • Spread the word! The more people know, the less power the corporate state will  have. The reason they work in the shadows is because they need public support to survive; they need our money.
  • Start here: AE 9/11 Truth Please sign the petition. Or here: RememberBuilding7.org/10
  • Or here: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/303939

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