Friday, February 3, 2012

“He who controls the past controls the future" by Mike Kitts

Educate yourself about the controlling financial elite and their secret agendas and how they ignite our fears, fuel our wars, use debt as a weapon, and write our "official" history. We Didn't Start The Fire The Book available at
George Orwell stated, “He who controls the past controls the future.” Is our official history fact or fiction? Connecting historical dots sheds lig
ht upon the idea that many of the major events of world significance are masterfully planned and organized by a high cabal of enormously powerful people. This power elite is not of recent origin. Its roots go deep into the past. Do all of the world wars, revolutions and huge events in recent history happen naturally or coincidentally? Or are these events desired and planned? If they are planned, who could have this almost unimaginable power to plan them? Drag the past into the light and reveal the several hundred people who have discovered a way to rule the world, and make approximately 6.8 billion dumbed down people feel helpless and afraid to wake up and take a stand against them.

A massive awakening is our only hope. The high cabal’s biggest fear is being exposed. They have spent centuries trying to stay in the shadows, waging a war against you and everyone you care about for centuries. They fought Thomas Jefferson and John F. Kennedy and now they are fighting you. When you are at war, you must know your enemy. If the elite few are exposed, they will lose their power. There is a growing opposition to those in control and people who are able to wake up will become part of that awakening resistance.

Delve past the scenery and ask important questions like why and who benefits. Adolf Hitler was a monster, but who created him, financed him, and pulled his strings? These types of essential questions won’t ever be answered by the high cabal’s front men because they must speak carefully so to not actually say anything. The important questions are left to independent researchers who aren’t afraid of making enemies. Winston Churchill said it was good to have enemies because that meant you stood up for something at sometime in your life

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