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CIA's Obama, Libya, Depleted Uranium, and the Family Farmer

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Message Steven G. Erickson

My grandfather was a family farmer in Crosby, North Dakota. He warned me about the globalist corporate agenda. He said that they start with farmers. [
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My father was a corporate cog in the wheel, he worked for Monsanto. I think I take more after my free thinking, aware, grandfather.

Bush's uncle, a federal judge in Connecticut, can run down and kill a New Haven police officer and the officer is blamed for his own death for not being orange enough. Now that same judge is deciding a 9-11 court case, we can see the cartoon version of justice we are getting.

Check out video below. "Banana Republics" got their name from companies like the United Fruit Company using the CIA to further their aims, for rape, torture, confining political prisoners, for murder, genocide, and terrorizing the populace.

More video and the theme of this post expanded [here]. Wayne Madsen talks about Obama, the CIA Man, in an interview with Alex Jones.


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Steven G. Erickson is a freelance cameraman, blogger, photographer, documentary producer, screenwriter, sometimes journalist, and can and will travel anywhere if the terms are right. His objective is to reform America's courts, creating a "People's (more...)
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