America: One Crazy Country

I really don’t know where to begin this post or how to write it convincingly. I know I’m going to insult some people and will get the usual baseless rebuttals, but I’ve been commenting on these issues long enough now that one thing I’m convinced of is that in spite of Occupy Wall Street, the relative success of Ron Paul’s presidential campaign and other good signs, Americans in general are still in denial of or oblivious to the facts about their country.

Instead of writing a lengthy thesis and presenting facts that have been presented brilliantly elsewhere, this post is mainly a list of links. So, without further ado, here they are:

On 9/11: This is the latest and best out of a long list of articles that demolish the official account of the events of 911. For me, 911 represents a deception that must be exposed if you want to have a ghost of a chance of waking up:

What is “Best Evidence?” | Consensus 911

On Barack Obama: If ever there was a wolf in sheep’s clothing, it’s Barack Obama. This is a voluminous list of his “achievements” while in office:

Obama Fact Sheet

I lived most of my adult life believing Gaddafi was a tyrant and a buffoon. That didn’t stop me from being appalled by the invasion of Libya by the United States and its puppet allies. I was equally appalled by Obama’s calling it “humanitarian intervention” when even a close look at what was being presented on CNN made it obvious that civilian targets were being destroyed and that it was not a popular revolution. It seems that I, too, got suckered by the mainstream media’s portrayal (caricaturisation?) of Gaddafi:

Gaddafi: A Hero Not a Villain

Do you feel all warm and fuzzy when you buy a pink ribbon on Breast Cancer Awareness Week? For about 20 years, I fell for all these Cancer fund raisers. Then I began to wonder why no progress was being made and why chemotherapy was still the “treatment” of choice. It took another ten years for it to sink in that the reason was simple: a cancer cure would cost the industry billions. Then I started looking into the subject and discovered that many of those “quack cures” are actually natural therapies that work. Here’s an article by Mike Adams about breast cancer:

Breast Cancer Deception

The last article on my list is one I wrote myself. It’s about Monsanto, GM foods and Obama’s appointment of Monsanto chief lobbyist as adviser to the FDA:

Obama and His Abominable Appointment

Add up the evidence and it’s not a very pretty picture. By all means, do your own research and come to your own conclusions. My biggest complaint about Americans is that we so blindly accept what our authority figures tell us. I’ve been as guilty of that as anyone. Doctors, some Democrats, the odd spiritual guru and academics were a few of my trusted authority figures. Who are some of yours?



About Rob

Born in Southern California, Rob Schneider migrated to Australia in 1985. He is currently living in Sihanoukville, Cambodia, where he works as a freelance content writer.
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