Barb 2014 Barb’s Note: Thanks, Abe, for forwarding on this very timely and important video. I encourage everyone to watch it, but be prepared for some hard-hitting truth presented by James Corbett of The Corbett Report.

 

Good morning, Mr. President. I’m a representative of the shadow government that put you into power. Did you ever wonder how we keep people fighting with each other? Or obeying our silly rules? Or actually loving their captors and slavemasters? This morning we’re going to brief you on just that. Are you ready to begin?

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2 Responses to “How to Herd Your Tax Cattle (Video)”

  1. Abe says:

    I also wanted to mention about the topic at large “Good morning Mr. President. When Jessie Ventura was elected Minnesota State Govenor He had one of these meetings during his eletion cellibration. Basically a bunch of alphabit agencies (Al-CIA-duh) told him in one of the tunnels under the capitol, what he could and couldn’t do as govenor.

  2. Abe says:

    I studied all of these in high school psych back in 1972. I’m surprised James didn’t use “Pavlov’s Dog”, conditioning for a controlled response. How is it, some one in India can have a 2K lbs. bull elephant tethered to a stake that it could obviously pull out of the ground? It gave up as a baby! Knowing it was futile, he gave totally up. Conditioning for a controlled response.
    Taking into consideration of the alarming drop in H.S. grads drop in I.Q. scores over the years, it’s more than obvious it’s by design.

    Irene some food for thought about your daughter and her teacher. I always loved this from the Moody Blues “In the Begining. The weenie is the last 4 lines.

    [First Man:] I think, I think I am, therefore I am, I think.
    [Establishment:] Of course you are my bright little star,
    I’ve miles
    And miles
    Of files
    Pretty files of your forefather’s fruit
    And now to suit our
    Great computer,
    You’re magnetic ink.

    [First Man:] I’m more than that, I know I am, at least, I think I must be.
    [Inner Man:] There you go man, keep as cool as you can.
    Face piles
    And piles
    Of trials
    With smiles.
    It riles them to believe
    That you perceive
    The web they weave
    And keep on thinking free