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Many Americans support their president based on what they are told. Many will be surprised about war crimes committed. Many of us tried to warn our Brothers and Sisters in America, but national news agency helped tell the Americans lies that acted as national propaganda. You were lied too, it is OK to change your support for these criminals.Please watch with a open heart.


Listen to our solders own words, if you dare, to see the reality of our silence.

We must force this war on terror to stop!

The people of the world are the victims and our War Machine is the true aggressor.


Listen to what Susan Lindauer has to say.


So much information has been discovered since 911, but the mainstream media will not touch it. (Hell, If your job alone would be risked, let alone your life, would you risk it?)

It is easy to see the facts when you see them all together.

Many true patriots have spoken, and some have given their lives, so you would know the truth and stand up against this evil.

How can we turn our backs on these deaths of so many key people?

If you chose to turn your back than these peoples blood is on your hands too!!!

Take to hours needed to watch these videos before they are removed. Share them, talk to your friends about them, but be aware, some will not want to upset their life knowing the facts.


Free Press, or just Propaganda?

   Posted by: McCobb Tags: , ,

How many times have we heard the news agency boasting on having “expert” advice that just happens to be from the government sector. It is as if we hear the same propaganda from different sources making it appear as if all these different reporters are accepting it as their story, when in reality it came from the same press debriefing at the White House.

News reporting should be investigative and should embrace opposition. we should witness a debate on our TV’s for and against a subject. We should have reporters willing to look for the facts and present them with out the worry of loosing their careers.They should make us think about the issue and decide for ourselves what is wright and wrong.


I find that Americans are becoming complacent at being told propaganda as if we are afraid of real news. America is based on freedoms that allow us to be different. If we are all afraid to be different who will stand for us when we take our turn at being outside the circle of popular opinion.

Did you know Phil Donahue, who was controversial about the “facts” of the war, was taken off the air because of his opinion? If no one can give any true debate to the “official” report, we should just let the Government run the news agencies. At least then we could see who is really controlling the news.

I love what the “Puppet” was for, but the “Puppet Masters” are wasting no time.
This video will help you to understand who the puppet masters are. If you have been keeping up with GenerationCobweb, it will start coming together.
We must become as knowledgeable as we can and then we may have a chance on waking up to the reality we are in.



US government wants to spy on your computer

   Posted by: Rasputin

Once again we see one administration taking away our rights and the next expanding upon it. This time it is the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement. Bush started it in 2007 and classified it because of National Security reasons. While the trade agreement is not finalized what we know about the treaty is frightening.


It would allow border searches of laptops, phones, mp3 players; agents could even go through your luggage looking for illegal cds. Unfortunately they always could and did as we found out in August, 2008 when the Homeland Security revealed that Federal agents can search laptop computers or any other electronic device like cell phones or mp3 players. And they could take them somewhere else for however long they wanted. For no other reason but that it was their policy. The best part? The ‘policy’ was upheld by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit in San Francisco. The Washington Post

They’re saying they can rifle through all the information in a traveler’s laptop without having a smidgen of evidence that the traveler is breaking the law,” said Greg Nojeim, senior counsel at the Center for Democracy and Technology. Notably, he said, the policies “don’t establish any criteria for whose computer can be searched.”

The Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement goes further yet in diminishing our rights.
From Ingram 2.0:
According to a leaked document (available at Wikileaks and also at IP Justice), Canada and a number of other countries are planning to create a NAFTA-style body that would police copyright, and would be empowered to seize and/or destroy property without a court order.

According to a Rueters News report, President Obama expects to raise nearly sixty billion over 10 years by by tightening rules related to the estate tax and close unspecified tax loopholes.

While I freely admit to being an Obama supporter I don’t think the move to tighten the estate tax code is either needed or will be effective.  While there is a consensus that closing tax loopholes would be a good first step in fixing a broken tax system; how to fix the current tax code is not the problem, the problem is the current tax code.

We need to find new ways of looking at the problem. Mike Huckabee proposed a national sales tax much like the one supported by The Fair Tax Organization. I like the idea but the Fair Tax has generated it’s share of opponents. Which is not surprising.

The current tax system in the United States is a political tool. Every politician promises to cut taxes while blustering about how unfair taxes are to every group they are wishing to court. A scarier aspect is the IRS seems to have become the strong arm of the government.

I believe it is time to change, I don’t have all the answers but I’m willing to get involved in the debate.