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You owe your right to have a Small Business to Obama?

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Obama offers awful bold talk after not coming through with action to back up all of his original campaign promises. The true agenda of these criminals is becoming more blatantly obvious.


I was listening to National Public Radio, NPR, yesterday. I listen in Vermont and in New Hampshire. I caught some words Obama said. Obama is the face of our occupiers, the shadow government, our offshore corporate and banker owners.

Obama says that since government provides roads and other infrastructure, that individuals who have built their small businesses from the ground up can't take credit for their success, they must first give credit to Obama and government for allowing it all to happen.

Romney is a mouthpiece for these same organized criminals. Corporations aren't people, they are nation size clandestine governments with no defined borders. Corporations can be completely parasitic to their hosts, us. Lawyers and judges sell their souls to the Corporate Store and are handsomely rewarded for their allegiance to evil.

Before 9-11, the secret agenda was to grow government, policing, the courts, and take in more money to pay for our own military occupation. Small business people are a threat to the occupiers. Independent people can be outspoken, especially when they are systematically being ripped off. The shadow government is out to rip you off, break up your family, ruin your small business, be involved in every aspect of your life and every financial transaction, and is willing to torture, confine, and even kill you if you dare get in the way.

Reforming the rigged courts system where lawyers make money hand over fist must be fixed. All else may then fall into place.

A little history is discussed in this video:

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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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