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Tuesday, July 12, 2016

Zika Fraud, Press Fraud: They Interviewed Me, Then Refused to Publish the Interview

They interviewed me, then refused to publish the interview


Because all these false flag pandemics have ONE thing in common.... And lo and behold, they have a vaccine for that. How convenient. See?

It's the same dog and pony show, of a pandemic (problem) + fear (reaction) = solution (we have a vaccine for that!). Diocletian's Problem-Reaction-Solution thing aka The Hegelian Dialectic, that's worked so well all these years to brainwash people. We saw through the BS back after 911, when there was a fake smallpox scare to scare people into the smallpox vaccine, and force first responders to get it. Then came the Anthrax scare. And all these other pandemic scares such as The H1N1 (swine flu), Ebola, Zika, Foot & Mouth, WNV (West Nile Virus), etc... ALL of them to have, conveniently, a vaccine already created as the "solution".

Problem reaction Solution is a manipulation technique Illuminati uses to:
1) shape public opinion about current events
2) condition desired attitudes about our future agendas

This technique works in the following way:
A) We create or invent a problem.
B) We want a desired reaction from the public (e.g., fear)
C) we offer our desired solution to the problem;
a solution that will always further our goals.

Problem Reaction Solution (Latin: Ordo ab Chao) is a mass mind control system. It is used to make changes to the law that the citizens would not accept otherwise.

1. Create a problem
 * Terrorism, financial crisis, etc.
2. Manufacture a reaction
 * Let the mainstream media only broadcast/print the side of the problem you want to show
3. Provide a solution
 * wars, corporate tax-cuts, welfare budget cuts, etc.

The latin phrase Ordo ab Chao is a Latin expression, meaning Order out of Chaos. A motto of the Thirty-third Degree Freemason, and having the same allusion as lux e tenebris, which see in this work. The invention of this motto is to be attributed to the Supreme Council of the Ancient and accepted Scottish Rite at Charleston, and it is first met with in the Patent of Count de Grasse, dated February 1, 1802. When De Grasse afterward carried the Rite over to France and established a Supreme Council there, he changed the motto, and, according to Lenning, Ordo ab hoc, Order out of This, was used by him and his Council in all their documents. If so, it was simply a blunder.

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