The Red Pill 2051_2/28/11

After recently finishing Albert G. Mackey’s “The History of Freemasonry”, I began thinking about how the seven sciences of this international religion affects all of our lives. The sciences are as follows:

Grammar
Rhetoric
Dialectic
Arithmetic
Geometry (or Masonry)
Music
Astronomy

These subjects make up our collective reality when you step back and really look. And in making our reality, they control us as well. I wanted to explore a few ways that these sciences are used to shape the perceptions of our experiences.

Adults deliberately dumbing down their language

Craig Ferguson: Why everything sucks

The Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics

Prince Charles waxes poetic about ‘sacred’ geometry in his new book

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The Red Pill 2051_2/22/11

The flames of “revolution” are sweeping across the Middle East. But if the people are just the kindling to start the fire, who struck the spark? There a few letters of the alphabet that Erik and I can think of, but you can read and decide for yourself.
The slang term “sheeple” has taken on a whole new dimension now that a Cambridge scientist has discovered, much to his surprise, that sheep are as smart as humans. Is anyone else offended, or is it just me?
Though its become routine in these totalitarian days, we look at a few devious ways the rulers steal our hard-earned money, silence our voices, spy on us and blame us for the weather.

Activist Forward March

Sheep are as smart as humans

CIA Coup-College: Recycled revolutionary “props”

Rich take from the poor as U.S. subsidy law funds luxury hotels

10 way in which Google runs the world

In Arguments on Corporate Speech, the Press Is a Problem

The world will get warmer; deal with it

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The Red Pill 2051_Military Intelligence

On this episode, I have a casual talk with my friend Chris about his experiences in the Marines and how that life still affects him today. (I apologize for the distortion of my voice about 47 minutes in, but it quickly resolves itself.) Enjoy!

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The Red Pill 2051_2/15/11

Erik has returned in this episode and there is much to discuss. Technology addiction is on the rise, eagerly promoted by software and hardware manufacturers alike. As our spending power diminishes, the powers that be keep finding creative ways to take more of it from us by the force of law, of course. They are the money masters, truly. All the while, the masses are entertained and brainwashed helped in great part by foundations and NGO’s. This ongoing war can be both bold and subtle and it’s up to those who can see to prepare our minds to try and help the masses who never seem to understand or even care about what is happening to them.

Documentary: The Money Masters

Hypnosis by LCD screens becoming rampant

Dozens of Facebook phones coming this year

Rural drivers in Britain must wait for petrol cuts

Judge John Roll Giffords link to the Arizona shootings

J.P. Morgan now accept gold as collateral

Pay your dog tax or Fido gets it

21 signs that the once great U.S. economy is being gutted, etc…

Ford Foundation putting up $50 million to fund documentaries

Blurb about the movie “Home”

New green agenda movie called “Home”

Website of PPR Group

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The Red Pill 2051_2/14/11

As the dust settles in Egypt, expectations have dropped dramatically. A dictator has been replaced by a military council, one authoritarian system for another. That sounds like a crummy deal to me. But as time passes and life settles back into a routine, people will forget the euphoria of the “revolution” and will compromise their original ideals, which weren’t theirs in the first place. Meanwhile, the attacks on population continue. Some attacks are subtle, others overt forced by law, but regardless, the eugenists’ dream is coming true.

Joyful Egyptians Await Assurances About Future

Japanese teens; married couples losing sex drive

Ban on women in combat deemed discriminatory

U.S. taxpayer money funding eugenicist agenda in Rwanda

Court bans man with low IQ from having sex

Tattoos may help deliver vaccines

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Another example of predictive programming

Once a video game junkie, my interest in them has dropped dramatically since I woke up. These days, I would rather read a history book than play a game, but I like to keep an eye on what is pushed onto the unsuspecting public. Video games have become powerful tools to program the young for the future they will see and the best examples are the myriad of war shooters that take place in locations eerily similar to the Middle East. There is a new game called “Homefront” coming out next month and it’s message isn’t pleasant.

The premise is simple enough: The North Koreans have invaded and are occupying the U.S.A. and you are part of the new American revolution that will expel the enemy. The North Koreans? Really? Right off the top of my head, I can think of another, stronger “enemy” that actually has the population numbers required to launch an attack AND occupy the landmass of the U.S. Ignoring this glaring oversight, I was more interested in other visual clues in the trailer. I won’t spoil it for you, but if you’ve been doing your homework, you’ll see what I’m talking about.

Homefront game trailer

The Red Pill 2051_2/9/11

Today’s show is a collection of articles that that have collecting virtual dust in my browser’s bookmarks. They are, of course, examples of how we are being attacked and trained to accept the newly emerging system of global governance.

8 possible side effects of allergy medicine

Ads coming to bathroom mirrors at O’Hare airport

A cheaper (and creepier) way to heat a U.K. swimming pool

Alcoholism vaccine

Defaulted student loans don’t cost the government

Mysterious goop falls from sky in NY (video)

Yellow Drip Road from Alan Watt (video)

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