Guest Writer for Wake Up World
In this time, bringing in light to envelope the world is essential to eliminate the control by those who want to create dystopian totalitarianism.
This is an important time not only to pray for humanity’s freedom, and also to speak up that we do not consent to the mass surveillance/tracking/forced vaccinations that are being proposed right now. This is part of the New World Order agenda that I am pretty sure most of us do not want to live in (they are counting on people, out of their fear of getting sick, to cede all freedom to the government). This is not only an illegal breach of our Constitutional rights, but violates Divine laws of free will. Unless, of course the people consent. →
Instead of fining an elderly woman for her tall grass or arresting her, a Minnesota cop used discretion and kindness and mowed it for her.
Orono, MN — In case after case, the Free Thought Project has reported on countless incidents of police officers responding to welfare checks and killing or maiming the innocent recipients in the process. We’ve also reported on multiple incidents of the American police state targeting elderly people who are unable to mow their grass. However, what makes this case out of Orono, Minn. so unique is that this same scenario started just like the aforementioned ones, but thanks to officer Matt Siltala, it ended in the exact opposite manner—with kindness, instead of extortion and violence.
It’s world press freedom day and Facebook is celebrating it by promising to ban users who share content from Infowars unless they are condemning it.
In one of the most disturbing moves by Facebook we’ve ever seen, the platform banned Alex Jones and other controversial U.S. political personalities for violating the social media company’s policies on “dangerous individuals and organizations.”