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Big question I have is can the internet reach more people than the TV and can also have the influence of getting people to think critically and question everything (rather than watching cute kittens or people having accidents) , including so called alternative media, as there seems to be a trend to get people to fear reality and keep them going around in circles debating details  rather than stepping back and seeing the overall picture and take action to move away from funding these psychopaths on this money merry go round.
Only time will tell
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Although in theory the internet can reach more people but in reality the the television is still king. Deep or critical thinkers will always make a b-line for the internet but those in a deep sleep will always go for the easy option of turning on the TV and believing everything that is presented to them thinking that the television stations have to tell the truth. The BBC for example in their charter are supposedly bound to present information in an impartial way but purely by ommiting the other side of the story allows them to sidestep many such rules.

Also there are many youtube channels that you just never find but you will always find every TV channel that your set is capable of receiving. I always thought it would be great (per internet) if there was a free nation wide weekly paper informing people of companies that were bad companies for whatever reason in an attempt to make people think about buying products from companies that adhered to good enviromental policies. You would think the internet would be the perfect vehicle for this but you cannot guide everyone to an ethical website but people will always turn on the TV and see whatever news FOX or BBC are peddling.

With the internet the user has to often go to several sources to find out the answers to their questions and use a certain amount of critical thinking to decipher the information whereas with the TV all of your thinking is done for you. I love the internet but the TV will always be king in the information war.
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Hi russ, great work brother, not sure if you are aware but they can't use a RE-possession order only a possession order, stay peaceful dude and in honour, if possible ignore them and they will break the law and you won't beach the peace.
Keep strong dude humanity is on your side
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ty paul.peace.
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I think you missed the most important word on the front cover "scheme" that are just scheming against us, would also be interested in knowing if they cover the cost of fluoridating (poisoning) our water in those 300 pages?
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Thank you jerry, I really appreciate your delivery and like that you stay within the bounds of "reality" I have been thinking of a way to wake people up to the reality of our slavery that could resonate with them without cognitive disadence kicking in, but even trying to explain the corruption, control and slavery of the fiat money system people think I'm mad, but now I think I have a resource that can be consumed by many and hopefully allow them to slowly pull back the curtain.
Thank you very much
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I find it really hard to comprehend how we could live without money, but I think we should at least get rid of fiat currency and interest/usary as it is that which enslaves us
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WOW
This exactly what i was looking for, very well presented, thank you both for documenting your hard work.

Q. does this set any presidents in a court
Q. do you see a way to prevent the time (and costs, hassle ) of going to court ie raising these points against the police force/county plc to avoid the court scam/sham

Again thank you for your hard work and humanity
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Oh my word, I would be putting in a case against the school and the police claiming harm/damage against your property (child) 
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I sent out this video via two community Twitter Accts. The answer came back "No" (North East England)
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Hi russ, great work brother, not sure if you are aware but they can't use a RE-possession order only a possession order, stay peaceful dude and in honour, if possible ignore them and they will break the law and you won't beach the peace.
Keep strong dude humanity is on your side
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thank you.peace.
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I love your t shirt, is it a reference to tv licencing by any chance lol
where did you get it from,i want one
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I find it really hard to comprehend how we could live without money, but I think we should at least get rid of fiat currency and interest/usary as it is that which enslaves us
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Reminds me of nico of velvet underground, nice v nice
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