Annother very powerful and pertinent article by Jon Rappoport. I know that, like myself, some people find Jon’s articles repetitive after a while, but this isn’t one of those. This one makes you THINK. I was raised essentially in the wilderness of Northern Canada and never experienced city life until I was 16 years old. I hate city life and I’m always shocked when I realize that most of man’s population now resides in cities, and most of those live in sub-human conditions which are worsening, and deliberately being worsened. City people are prisoners and slaves of the Status Quo grid. They can be throttled in a week just be shutting down the power grid that maintains the city, and the only reason the grid is kept up is because of greed: it makes money. This article talks about an alternative to being the slave of the grid: growing your own food within the inner city environment. Unfortunately for the city slaves self-empowerment and self-sufficiently are the enemies of the Power elites. They need trapped consumers, especially of the addicted variety, something they can depend on for their rising profits.
Message to Colin Kaepernick: the real disaster of inner cities
by Jon Rappoport
September 4, 2016
(To read about Jon’s mega-collection, Exit From The Matrix, click here.)
As you keep sitting down or kneeling during the National Anthem, you keep focusing on police brutality.
Many people now see incidents of this brutality as THE face of what is ruining life in the inner cities of America.
When people buy the wrong problem, they’ll never find the right solution.
Police brutality is not what is ruining life in the inner cities of America.
I offer you a different perspective, in an article I wrote recently:
“The gift that keeps on giving: inner cities, violence, poverty, gangs, drugs, BLM, shaming, guilt, Globalism”
The President of the United States, seized with some unexplainable attack of conscience, stood up in front of television cameras and spoke to…
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