Given the numerous obvious false flags, and hence the evident corruption of the media, and lastly, the recent recordings of the complacent Federal Reserve... I now feel comfortable openly declaring that I do indeed believe that the central bankers are getting desperate and hence doing all of these false flags in order to control the populous. 911 (building 7), sandy hook (no evidence of children, only witness), boston marathon (wheres the blood on the double amputee) and the recent IS/ISIS/ISIL "behedding" (knife didn't produce blood, fade out to still photoshop image of decapitation) are my primary examples. I feel like I can joke about it in a matter of fact sort of way and not suffer any social defamation.
"Eva" kind of showed me to what extent a person can be a psychological manipulator. For example, I thought at some point the character would be like "OK, you got me, I admit, I'm trolling." But no... went down to the end denying and trying to get on our good side.
Recently I watch the latest X-men movie: "X-Men: Days of Future Past (2014)". It was terrible... but the IMDB rating is 8.3/10! "Avatar (2009)" got a 7.9/10 review. I actually enjoyed Avatar, yea, it had a cheezy villian and a hippy agenda... but it also had excellent character development, a love story that I cared about, and... I donno, it was just fun! This recent X-men movie though... it was terrible. So my point is, follow that X-Men link, and actually read some of the reviews. Pretty much every single positive review appears to be a mishmash of media hype clippings that was either generated by a computer or Chinese. My point is that the internet and media are full of shills. Full of people who are not necessarily saying what they think, instead they are saying the agenda of some secretly manipulative benefactor.
Prior to Eva, I didn't really think shills were a problem. I only acknolwedged that there were lots of people who use doublespeak.
Anyways, whether you've decided for yourself whether the above are false flags or exactly as our big brother dictates... things are definately heating up! QE4 is coming to an end pretty soon here. It will be interesting to see what happens the next time they need to create a new batch of trillions of dollars in order to continue financing the runaway spending of the federal government and bankers. China and Russia appear to be having success in discontinuing international trade in dollars (something that in my lifetime had previously always resulted in a government overthrow).
(Edited by Dean Michael Gores on 9/29, 1:27am)