046 You are Traded on the Stock Market as Chattel – a Legal Fiction Crrow777
Published on Mar 9, 2017
This is a very brief overview of the strawman legal fiction that is created at birth for most of us. This legal fiction is traded on the stock market which we confirmed by looking up our own fictitious corporation being traded from our birth day forward. A corporation is a dead thing given the rights of living beings. We are actually living beings. Anyone with an interest needs to research on their own. This is a brief overview only.
FSS World News Update - Intense Psychological Warfare - Dangerous X Rays - Proxy War Dissidence FullSpectrumSurvival
Published on Mar 15, 2017
Intense Psychological Warfare changing jurors minds in the court system - an unseen and unheard of Bird Flu Outbreak - Why aren't citizens in discussion and discontent with Proxy Wars and more.
Scott Uehlinger-Obama Running a Shadow Government Greg Hunter
Published on Mar 14, 2017
Former CIA Officer Scott Uehlinger says that former President Obama is running his own shadow government. Uehlinger contends, “Shadow government is a mainstream expression even in the countries where I lived. When you are a Prime Minister in power, you always had an opposition Prime Minister or a shadow Prime Minister. The opposition guy lines up his guys, and each of them has an opposite number in the administration. Actually, Obama has set up, and he can call it anything he wants, but, effectively, it is a shadow government, and it’s designed to undercut the legitimacy of the Trump Administration. We are in unknown territory here.”
Join Greg Hunter as he goes One-on-One with former CIA Station Chief Scott Uehlinger.
FSS World News Update - Trump A True Friend To Muslims - Fed Rate - Famine In Yemen - Drones FullSpectrumSurvival
Published on Mar 16, 2017
The Federal Reserve is risking uncontrolled inflation - Us President Donald Trump Named A True Friend To Muslims - The Famine In Yemen called the largest humanitarian crisis facing mankind - Weapons capable drones to hunt insurgents
FSS Alternative News - Googles Army Of Content Flaggers - Militarized Police - Mystery Virus - Flu FullSpectrumSurvival
Published on Mar 17, 2017
Google has an army of 10,000 or more private contractors with a sole purpose of flagging what they have set out to be offensive or inappropriate content. When does alternative information become offensive due to the graphic nature of the truth, when will the truth become inappropriate because it incites discontent over the facts? These are dangerous times for the freedom of information.
Are militarized police task forces becoming the normal? Will the police of tomorrow rush through the streets in even further armored tanks?
Published on Mar 17, 2017
Have you wondered why there are so many people in the political, and the media, establishment screaming about President Trump? Let's face it, the volume of anti-Trump hysteria is at record levels.
The vast amount of people, from all angles of the political spectrum, have not considered is that there is no way that Donald Trump could honestly get to the level that he is at in real estate from New York to Las Vegas without a little support. That is right; he had to have conducted multiple dealings with the mafia, and labor unions, in order to rise to the level of being a real estate tycoon in just New York alone.
The mafia, for the most part, is always looking out for the bottom line; thus, everything is about business and ensuring their customer base. To that end, President Trump, based on the many years of experience in business dealings, will be creating policies that to help ensure that the economy is moving forward to ensure that the mafia has customers.
Let's face it, in a socialist society, the black market is a very unstable and dangerous situation and this is not a long-term solution that the mafia would like; thus, they will want socialist policies to be nullified quickly.
As for the labor unions, if the economy were socialist in nature, there would be no need for unions; thus, their best financial interest is supporting President Trump.
Understanding the motivations of the mafia and labor unions, it is not hard to imagine that those adversaries of President Trump and capitalism, once the spot light is not so bright on them, may soon start taking long walks off of short piers with concrete shoes or that they may simply disappear like Jimmy Hoffa without President Trump ever knowing about it. In addition, President Trump working above, while the mafia works below, may actually neuter any criminal investigation.
While this possibility is bad, it is nowhere as horrific as Hillary Clinton and Obama’s agenda to destroy the U.S. through unaccountable bureaucracies, hand-tying treaties like TPP, spending like there is no tomorrow, and instigating riots to cause confusion and distraction.
In short, President Trump, who has very little Congressional or media support, may have support from unexpected, yet very powerful, sources; thus, cold the screaming be a way for President Trump's opponents to stay in the spot light and hold off the inevitable?
Published on Mar 20, 2017
Outbreak confirmed with high morbidity and mortality rate in China - Provinces affected - Drone strike takes out SUV in Syria - Iran making changes to the nuclear deal and more.
Published on Mar 21, 2017
Brexit: EU summit on 29 April to discuss way ahead
EU officials mock Britain with anti-Brexit Tintin poster on wall of Brussels war room
Italy’s top diplomat speaks in favor of ‘overcoming problems’ with Russia
Question of returning the Kuril Islands to Japan is not only a principle of 'historical justice'
Unknown persons desecrated the cemetery of Soviet soldiers in Poland
Ahlam al-Tamimi: Jordan refuses to extradite her to US
Supreme Court pick Gorsuch says Trump not above law
Britain follows US in electronics ban on flights
Trump warns wavering Republicans that if they vote against health care bill they'll get FIRED by the voters – but White House says he was just 'having fun' when he told breakaway lawmaker that 'I'm going to come after you!'
Ukrainian unit of snipers called 'Witch' arrives in Donbass
Swedish parliament holds first war game in 20 years
Serious questions over credibility of former UK lawmaker who sparked claim that Obama spied on Trump after her latest conspiracy theory is revealed as a 'farrago of fantasy and nonsense'
Kiev reported the successful launch of Ukrainian missiles
'VKontakte' - about what happened on Tuesday night
Why millennials ALWAYS get lost: Satnavs 'switch off' part of the brain we use for navigation
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Published on Mar 21, 2017
House sends bigger state budget to Senate
Military seeks new ways to punish bad online behavior
Mail stolen from more than 300 Anchorage mailboxes
Proposal to ban RV camping in Anchorage parking lots makes a comeback
Young concerned about GOP health care plan's impact on Alaska
Despite colder winter, ‘blob’ may not be gone yet
Kachemak City water tapping voted down
Japanese LNG company pulls out of Port Mac project
Crew of lost crabbing vessel declared legally dead in unusual court proceeding
APD says to not call "108" with Siri
Engineering jobs fall prey to Alaska's recession
New bill would allow restaurants and stores to donate excess food to charity
Fairbanks school board reviews $245 million budget as vote nears
Ice Alaska fire ruled accidental
Fairbanks City Council rejects DOT funding match offer
Loose snake disrupts commuter flight from Aniak to Anchorage
Denali National Park will celebrate its centennial in style
Finalists announced for Midnight Sun Festival Logo Design Contest
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EXCLUSIVE - Life after Rikers: Powerful photo essay captures inmates struggling to re-enter society after doing time on New York City's controversial island jail
Rikers Island in New York City is the second-largest in the US, with 413 acres and nine jail houses
Photojournalist Tomas Mantilla has spent more than a year chronicling the lives of people post-Rikers
It comes a year after the death of Kalief Browder, who took his life after serving three years - from the age of 16 to 20 - for the baseless accusation that he'd stolen a backpack. Two of those years were in solitary confinement
Browder's death prompted President Obama to slam the conditions and violence in Rikers Island
Most (85 percent) have not been convicted of a crime but cannot afford bail; 90 percent of inmates are black or Hispanic; 40 percent of inmates are mentally ill
Medical reports say the living conditions are 'dangerous'; the landfill it's built on burps poisonous gas