“The America of Today in 12 Minutes”

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“There will be, in the next generation or so, a pharmacological method of making people love their servitude, and producing dictatorship without tears, so to speak, producing a kind of painless concentration camp for entire societies, so that people will in fact have their liberties taken away from them, but will rather enjoy it.”  

The Ultimate Revolution”. Aldous Huxley’s speech at Berkeley Language Center, http://www.informationclearinghouse.info. March 20, 1962.

The America of Today in 12 Minutes

By: Gary D. Barnett

This is a short video by Larken Rose that explains in story form how America became a country of slaves believing they were free. This is a masterful explanatory production, and Larken Rose is also going to make a full length movie to advance these truths. I hope all will take the few minutes required to watch this video.

Simplicity is beautiful, and all should be able to understand how this equates to the tyrannical system we live under, and how it affects our lives today.

Source: The America of Today in 12 Minutes – garydbarnett.com

2 thoughts on ““The America of Today in 12 Minutes”

  1. For me, I realized I wasn’t “free” shortly after graduating school.
    Say goodbye to The Pleasuredome
    Welcome to the Desert of the Real.

    Real freedom comes at a price, a rather expensive one at that.

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    1. Yes, exactly! Real freedom means remaining an individual, whether in or outside of a collective. And most Americans, especially the young, are so caught up in being a herd member that they have no idea of who they are, individually speaking, or what true freedom really means!

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