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Why is everyone afraid to say who the real criminals are?|
Because we don't know our own history — and likely never will — we are compelled to accept their history, which after digesting a lifetime of lies, we begin to realize is false.
This is how we are persuaded to accept that Muslims from caves in Afghanistan knocked down skyscrapers in New York City, how Adolf Hitler was the most evil person who ever lived, or how the present president of the United States — a man with no verifiable identity who has used several different aliases — is now allowed to kill anyone he chooses without a public explanation.
It is how we are made to believe fluoride, nuclear power and vaccines are good for us, and how people in other countries with valuable resources or in geographically advantageous locations are bad and deserve to be killed.
And we've gone way beyond logic and common sense with low wage security guards squeezing testicles at airports in search of bombs that are never found (unless planted by the FBI), children being forced to take unnecessary medicines that will affect them for the rest of their lives, and politicians blackmailed into promising allegiance to a foreign country before they can even run for office in this one.
Now, it happens seemingly every day as a power mad and soulless American government tells lies to your face and kills people on whims as props to consolidate their power not to benefit ordinary Americans but only to enrich the Jewish overclass that has taken over the world's society by its merciless control of finance.
And today the puppetmasters prepare us for yet another war based on provocations they themselves have created, using the time-tested tactics of the false flag philosophy in which they create the crime and blame it on the people they intend to victimize.
As a reasonably intelligent person, you might think you have a grip on what's transpiring in the world by reading your preferred selection of news media to inform you of the day's events, but you'd be wrong. If you're still getting your daily dose of info from mainstream newspapers and commercial, you have no hope of ever finding out what's actually happening. However, nowadays most people know that, which is why newspaper circulation and network news watching are both plummeting, while Internet use in search of reliable voices is skyrocketing.