The War on Drugs Simply Doesn’t Work
U.S. has spent roughly $1 trillion on drug prohibition since 1971
In the midst of the 13th year after September 11, 2001, we are deeper into the police state and the New World Order than ever before. That infamous day which changed the globe and turned the world into a spiral of chaos was the event in which people are now slowly forgetting. We live in a country where people live their daily lives, despite of what is going on in the world as if it doesn’t affect them. 9/11 affected everyone, whether they know it or admit it. The New World Order is real, these people and organizations have names and addresses. If you don’t know your history, you are doomed to repeat it. If you don’t know your enemy, they do not exist. We are just another false flag bombing away from martial law, and a total and complete scientific dictatorship. The one world religion, one world government, and one world currency is closer than ever before. I can only do so much as one person, I believe that nothing will change unless the moral compass and values of the people change drastically. TV shows, alcohol, drugs and the bread and circus lifestyles of people do nothing but perpetuate a constant acceptance of authority and submission to all forms of tyranny. What will you do for this 13th anniversary of 9/11? Organize, mobilize, and take action, but more importantly, don’t buy into the distractions of this world. Take a stand and study the facts.
Please watch this excellent documentary on 9/11, activism, and the New World Order.