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“The earth is not dying, it is being killed, and those who are killing it have names and addresses.” ~Utah Phillips

By Catherine Austin Fitts

So USING TAXPAYERS MONEY the US intelligence agencies and/or their related defense contractors and empowered telecommunications providers made recordings of a transition team member (Michael Flynn) speaking with a foreign Ambassador and give transcript data to private media outlets and reporters.

They then used that information and its ILLEGAL DISSEMINATION to sabotage a sitting National Security Advisor. At the same time, they are ILLEGALLY leaking excerpts of phone conversations of the President with foreign leaders for all the world to read and misrepresenting those conversations.

So we are paying tens of billions every year to people to break the law and use their lawlessness to control who does and does not work in our government in a manner that allows them to control policies – like how to make more money going to war. And announcing it far and wide to every foreign government in the world. So our allies can not trust us and our enemies are emboldened.

Who elected them? Not me, not you. Who gave them the right to repeatedly break the law with impunity on our dime? Not me, not you.

No government information sovereignty = no government. Get it?

Maybe Trump ought to fire the people who keep breaking the law. It wasn’t Flynn.  Instead the President has sacrificed the lawful at the alter of the lawless.

Felons win big.

Why are we paying for this?

You may feel obliged to pay your taxes for now, but you can sure cancel your subscriptions to the New York Times and the Washington Post, cancel your cable, turn off your TV and slash your telecommunications bills to the bone.

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