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BY R. CRUMB

EVERYTHING IS A LIE

It’s not exactly a news flash that the minds of the Average Joe and the Average Jane are manipulated by TV and the corporate media. But it’s worth remembering when your lives and your businesses are going all to hell in this isolated era of hysteria.

When Big Pharma, for example, comes out with an untested vaccine with unknown long-term side effects that it wants to unleash on the public, the mass media and the info tech giants spin it big time.

They control everything we see on TV and read in the mainstream newspapers and magazines. They therefore control everything we think and believe. And that’s exactly what the current globalist government of America wants.

The corporate media tell us what they want us to believe so that the unholy trinity of Big Government, Big Media and Big Tech will have total control over our minds and our lives, usually without us even being aware of it. Well, not all of us.

“Because of this strategy virtually everything we hear and see in the mainstream media is a lie,” writes author and free thinker David Sorensen.

“They lie about God, sexuality, biology, health, culture, history, everything. It is utterly impossible to get an accurate view of reality through the news, major magazines or well-known websites.”

GOVTS BULLSHIT US
George Carlin: “Governments don’t want a population capable of critical thinking.”

PROGRAMMED ROBOTS

“Even education is programmed in such a way that it enslaves people into a web of countless lies,” Sorensen continues. “People become programmed robots who have lost the ability to think for themselves or do genuine research.”

When independently minded people try to break free of the web of lies, they are ridiculed as conspiracy nuts.

The warning from the mind controllers is this: “Think what WE tell you, or else we will shame, blame and ban you,” Sorenson writes.

“The media, education, politics, health care, food industries — everything is in the hands of the same billionaire criminals who have lied to us for years,” he concludes. “They have a specific goal: enslave humanity as much as possible and create a world of total control.”

Yo, Average Joe and Average Jane, have a nice day!


David Sorensen is an author and speaker. His websites are:

https://www.stopworldcontrol.com

and https://www.godisreal.today


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15 Comments

  1. what a wonderful post ,read twice ya truth ministry bggr then truth .New avenues have to be found to deal with organized criminals, otherwise they will devour the entire civilization.

  2. ‘New avenues’ indeed — we must bypass the lie-mongers with our own independent posts and publications and podcasts.

  3. Soon after the new Canadian government promised universal medication (though likely generic brand only) coverage — which would negatively affect the industry’s plentiful profits — the drug companies reacted with threats of abandoning their Canada-based R&D if the federal government goes ahead with its plan.
    Apparently universal medication coverage is now yet another indefinite no-go, as it has been with past Liberal governments’ promises to initiate one.

    R&D costs are typically cited by the profitable industry to justify its exorbitant prices and resistance to universal medication coverage.

    Yet, according to a Huffington Post story (“Pharmaceutical Companies Spent 19 Times More On Self-Promotion Than Basic Research: Report,” updated May 8, 2013), a study conducted by the British Medical Journal (BMJ) found that for every $19 dollars the pharmaceutical industry spent on promoting and marketing new drugs, it put only $1 into its R&D.

    More recently, an Angus Reid study found that about 90 percent of Canadians — including three quarters of Conservative Party supporters specifically — champion universal medication coverage. Another 77 percent believed this should be a high-priority matter for the federal government.

    The same study found that, over the previous year, due to medication unaffordability, almost one-quarter (23%) of respondents decided against filling a prescription or having one renewed.

    Not only is medication less affordable, but many low-income outpatients who cannot afford to fill their prescriptions end up back in the hospital system thus costing far more for provincial and federal government health ministries than if the medication was covered.

    Considering it is such a serious health affair for so many people, impressed upon me is the industry lobbyists’ potent influence on our top-level elected officials for the sake of profit-margin interests.

  4. Soon after the new Canadian government promised universal medication (though likely generic brand only) coverage — which would negatively affect the industry’s plentiful profits — the drug companies reacted with threats of abandoning their Canada-based R&D if the federal government goes ahead with its plan.

    Universal medication coverage is now yet another indefinite no-go, as it has been with past Liberal governments’ promises to initiate one.

    R&D costs are typically cited by the profitable industry to justify its exorbitant prices and resistance to universal medication coverage.

    Yet, according to a Huffington Post story (“Pharmaceutical Companies Spent 19 Times More On Self-Promotion Than Basic Research: Report,” updated May 8, 2013), a study conducted by the British Medical Journal (BMJ) found that for every $19 dollars the pharmaceutical industry spent on promoting and marketing new drugs, it put only $1 into its R&D.

    More recently, an Angus Reid study found that about 90 percent of Canadians — including three quarters of Conservative Party supporters specifically — champion universal medication coverage. Another 77 percent believed this should be a high-priority matter for the federal government.

    The same study found that, over the previous year, due to medication unaffordability, almost one-quarter (23%) of respondents decided against filling a prescription or having one renewed.

    Not only is medication less affordable, but many low-income outpatients who cannot afford to fill their prescriptions end up back in the hospital system thus costing far more for provincial and federal government health ministries than if the medication was covered.

    Considering it is such a serious health affair for so many people, impressed upon me is the industry lobbyists’ potent influence on our top-level elected officials for the sake of profit-margin interests.

  5. Sorry about the Gothic font — the fault is on my end, I’m in the process of fixing it.
    Such a thorough and worthy comment you made. Thank you.

  6. I restored your comment back to a readable font, but I think the problem will reoccur — I must look into it. Thank you for your comment, it is right on and will be read by other readers.

  7. .fgsjr’s comment above sums up the unconscionable greed and complete absence of humanity at the core of the obscenely rich pharmaceutical industry — Big Pharma — in the U.S, and, now, I learn, in Canada too. I would’ve thought the Canadian govt would put its citizens over the profits of Big Pharma, but apparently not. And they have people over a barrel: the sick and the elderly need these pills and drugs in many cases to save their lives, so they have no choice but to shell out money they don’t have to further enrich those creeps.

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