Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Bilderberg Group Releases Demons Upon The World

‘The Bilderbergers met in Denmark from 29 May to 1 June 2014 and in the two short months since, all hell has broken loose. That cannot be a coincidence. Whatever was going on before has ramped up an extra degree or three in intensity. It’s as if a switch was flipped, the thumbs up was given for international mayhem, and flocks of demons were unleashed on the world.

What we are seeing is a desperate, multi-pronged gambit on the part of the satanic USSA/EU-NATO/ZIO-NAZI/AUSTRALASIA Axis to create a chaos that it controls, with the aim of both preserving and extending its economic, political and military control, a big part of which certainly has to do with protecting and continuing the global dominance of the USSA dollar, at any cost. 

Can it be a coincidence that precisely in this context the USSA government’s Federal Transparency website that tracks all federal government spending has in recent days announced that it cannot account for fully $619 billion of federal government spending? That is three-fifths of a trillion dollars that the USSA government cannot account for.

For those of you who live in the USSA, why are you even paying taxes? The government just loses and/or hides and/or steals and/or throws away and/or fails to account for your money by the several hundreds of billions and multiple trillions of dollars. You have absolutely no way of knowing what is, or is not, being done with your money. The government itself does not know and cannot tell you.’
As to what use, or misuse, that money is being put, it seems to me that comedian Johnny Carson's early-1980s practical joke on comedienne, Joan Rivers, is very instructive. Take a look.

Johnny Carson's Practical Joke on Joan Rivers 

2 comments:

  1. I believe in anything and everything these days- even if the source was bogus or not, doesn't mean it doesn't happen. Source says the guy's some kind of doctor or something then asks for a donation, not to sure about legitimacy but the message is as legitimate as they come i reckon

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  2. I agree with you 100% anon, sometimes we need to look past the messenger and look at the message it's self. Valid point. Thanks for your insight.

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