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Fear Campaign Against Americans Continues With Nuclear Drills This Week in New York

by Jeff Berwick, The Dollar Vigilante:

In many ways, you have to feel bad for Americans. They have been on the receiving end of constant fear propaganda for decades.

Just look back to the 50’s with the “Duck & Cover” fear campaign as one example.

Getting malleable young minds to cower under their desks in their government indoctrination camps, as though that would somehow protect them from a nuclear blast, shows that it has nothing to do with safety and everything to do with fear.

The US government even convinced their tax slaves that there was a major war going on all the way from the 1950s to the 1980s even though not a single shot was fired. They called it the “Cold War” and warned petrified citizens that at any moment, if not for the brave US government, they could be blown to oblivion.

After the USSR had fallen apart, as all communist countries do, the US government needed a new bogeyman to scare the people in the home of the brave into demanding their own slavery in the land of the free.

Dick Cheney, Paul Wolfowitz, Donald Rumsfeld and others formed the Project For A New American Century (PNAC) and planned a “new Pearl Harbor”, which turned out to be 9/11, to enter the US into the War of Terror with a completely made up entity as the enemy.

Who is the enemy? It’s an emotion; terror. Yes, people bought it.

And they have continued with that since 9/11 and have really increased it under the Trump presidency.

Google searches for the term “World War III” were quite small until just after the election… and they spiked higher in the last few weeks since Trump has been actively bombing or saber-rattling across the world.

And now, just to make sure everyone in the Home of the Brave is petrified, the US government is running a 2017 version of Duck N’ Cover drills.

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