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Undetectable mind control; Why and how this is happening

Mr.Reasonable 2012/08/02 11:45:56
Related Topics: Disinformation, 2013
Fritz Springmeier explains the methods, means and purpose of the disinformation, mind control that has been inflicted on the world this past 100 years. 1913 - 2013

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  • kaZappoo 2012/08/02 20:05:55
    kaZappoo
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    I've seen this guy before ...and he's 100% correct ..

    this is what I've been telling about subliminal programming ...!

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  • Red 2012/08/05 08:57:21
  • Mr.Reas... Red 2012/08/05 11:13:17
    Mr.Reasonable
    +1
    You go girl! :D Use it, or lose it! ;P
  • Don Leuty 2012/08/03 06:34:11
    Don Leuty
    +1
    Information overload. Factual, but not motivational. Sometimes more is less. Thanks for sharing.
  • Pedro Doller ~Inc. 2012/08/03 05:52:29 (edited)
    Pedro Doller ~Inc.
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    They don't put 6 million kids on Ritalin, 1/3 of all adults and 110,000 combat soldiers on psychotropics for no reason. Hang on to your hats folks, and watch your backs.


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  • kaZappoo 2012/08/02 20:05:55
    kaZappoo
    +3
    I've seen this guy before ...and he's 100% correct ..

    this is what I've been telling about subliminal programming ...!
  • MandaLynne 2012/08/02 12:28:35
    MandaLynne
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    So was this part of the conspiracy too?

    "On January 31, 2002, Springmeier was indicted in the United States District Court in Portland, Oregon[6] in connection with an armed robbery. On February 12, 2003, he was found guilty of one count of armed bank robbery in violation of 18 U.S.C. §§ 2113(a) and (d) and one count of aiding and abetting in the use of a semi-automatic rifle during the commission of a felony in violation of of 18 U.S.C § 924(c)(1).[7][8] In November 2003, he was sentenced to 51 months in prison on the armed robbery charge and 60 months on the aiding and abetting charge, fined $7,500, ordered to pay $6,488 in restitution, and assessed an additional $200.[9] Springmeier's conviction was affirmed by the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.[10] He was imprisoned, and was released from federal prison on March 25, 2011.[11][12]"


    6. United States v. Bateman et al., case no. 3:02-cr-00024-RE, U.S. District Court for the District of Oregon (Portland Div.).
    7. ^ Docket entry 105, Feb. 12, 2003, United States v. Bateman et al., case no. 3:02-cr-00024-RE, U.S. District Court for the District of Oregon (Portland Div.).
    8. ^ United States v. Springmeier, 254 F. Supp. 2d 1192 (D. Ore. 2003), at [1].
    9. ^ Docket entry 144, Nov. 14, 2003, United States v. ...


    So was this part of the conspiracy too?

    "On January 31, 2002, Springmeier was indicted in the United States District Court in Portland, Oregon[6] in connection with an armed robbery. On February 12, 2003, he was found guilty of one count of armed bank robbery in violation of 18 U.S.C. §§ 2113(a) and (d) and one count of aiding and abetting in the use of a semi-automatic rifle during the commission of a felony in violation of of 18 U.S.C § 924(c)(1).[7][8] In November 2003, he was sentenced to 51 months in prison on the armed robbery charge and 60 months on the aiding and abetting charge, fined $7,500, ordered to pay $6,488 in restitution, and assessed an additional $200.[9] Springmeier's conviction was affirmed by the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.[10] He was imprisoned, and was released from federal prison on March 25, 2011.[11][12]"


    6. United States v. Bateman et al., case no. 3:02-cr-00024-RE, U.S. District Court for the District of Oregon (Portland Div.).
    7. ^ Docket entry 105, Feb. 12, 2003, United States v. Bateman et al., case no. 3:02-cr-00024-RE, U.S. District Court for the District of Oregon (Portland Div.).
    8. ^ United States v. Springmeier, 254 F. Supp. 2d 1192 (D. Ore. 2003), at [1].
    9. ^ Docket entry 144, Nov. 14, 2003, United States v. Bateman et al., case no. 3:02-cr-00024-RE, U.S. District Court for the District of Oregon (Portland Div.).
    10. ^ United States v. Springmeier, docket no. 03-30534, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit (Oct. 14, 2004).
    11. ^ Bureau of Prisons, U.S. Department of Justice, at [2].
    12. ^ Blejwas, Andrew; Griggs, Anthony; Potok, Mark (Summer 2005). "Almost 60 Terrorist Plots Uncovered in the U.S.". Southern Poverty Law Center. Retrieved 2010-11-22 TONY HUNTINGTON--The Missing Link.
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  • Mr.Reas... MandaLynne 2012/08/02 13:23:43
    Mr.Reasonable
    +1
    Undoubtedly! There is far more to it, than meets the eye.

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