Archive | December 2014
(Source: Oxford Dictionary)
Gleichschaltung in Germany:
When I was living in Germany doing some carpentry work with a local German middle aged man, and a German-Canadian they taught me a phrase:
“That which doesn’t fit – will be fitted”
Remapping a continent
Gleichschaltung underway on Turtle Island (North America)
The toll highways are being build on top of existing highways. Except this time you will need a special pass (tap card) to move around .
These highways, with their ‘ports’, are owned by foreign shareholders with no local interest. Those using these superhighways will be monitored.’
All for traffic safety and good commerce of course.’
The Lakota had one of these ‘trails’ build through their territory. It was called the ‘Bozeman Trail.’
The Gleichshaltung process will allow you to stay at home and will give you ‘treaty rights.’ Sound good?
These laws have already passed in the United States, Canada and Mexico to implement the next stages.
Yet there has been a news blackout on these developments for years:
When you see the Bond Rating agencies (Moody’s ; S&P, etc…) come round and downgrade your country’s bond rating, then you know what they’re going to do to you next.
Solomon once told us “There is nothing new under the son”