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 Is Hollywood secretly using its power to spread a satanic agenda ?! Hollywood actors have admit for century's they have been summoning demons for possession in trade for fame. Be aware this is not conspiracy this has been admitted by famous actors like Robin Williams, Denzel Washington and countless others. See this video!

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Smart dust being dumped right on top of the American people in mid day !

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A new study has found that most people can be convinced that they committed a non-existant crime in only 3 hours.
The groundbreaking research proved that in just a few hours, completely innocent adults can be convinced by police interrogators that they committed serious crimes.
One of the most serious examples of criminal activity that people studied were convinced of was assault with a weapon, even though that crime was completely made up.
The Association for Pyschological Science says that “innocent people can be questioned by police in such a way that they end up convincing themselves that they’ve committed a crime. And this belief can be so strong, they can sometimes follow that belief up with a false confession.”
That’s why a team of lawyers and statisticians published a paper last year that noted that 4.1% of criminal defendants given the death penalty are later proved to be falsely convicted.
So a study was led by psychological scientist Julia Shaw, who works at the University of Bedfordshire in the UK. She investigated the possible cause of this phenomenon, finding that if questioned in the right way, innocent people often “fabricate stories in their minds with so much detail, they can falsely convince themselves that they committed a crime.”

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True Vision of London produced this 80-minute documentary inspired by the book Disposable People (freetheslaves.net/SSLPage.aspx?pid=364). Filmmakers Brian Edwards and Kate Blewett actually buy slaves in Africa and help free child slaves in India. The film exposes slavery in the rug-making sector of Northwest India, the cocoa plantations in the Ivory Coast, and even the home of a World Bank official in Washington, D.C. Small, personal stories of slavery are woven together to tell the larger story of slavery in the global economy. This film won the Peabody Award in 2001.
Freetheslaves.net

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Craft Workshop in Tasiilaq.

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Evening in Tasiilaq, 18 Aug 2011.  I would like to share streaming sound, but Google+ does not make this easy, so here is a video soundscape.
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