Matt Damon Publicly Exposes The New World Order and The Ruling Elite













Damon makes some crucial points in this passionate rant against the system, and what he calls a “topsy-turvy” world.


“I start from the supposition that the world is topsy turvy. That things are all wrong,” begins actor and writer Matt Damon in this powerful speech calling on people to question authority.
“The wrong people are in jail, and the wrong people are out of jail,” Damon goes on. “The wrong people are in power, and the wrong people are out of power. Wealth is distributed in such a way as to not just simply require small reform, but a drastic re-allocation. All we have to do is to look at the state of the world today, and you can see it’s topsy-turvy. You might watch TV and think it’s ok, but you just have to detach and come back, and you’re horrified.”
Damon then references the theme of the conference, which is ‘civil disobedience’. “As soon as you say the topic is civil disobedience, you’re saying our problem is civil disobedience,” He says.
“That is not our problem. Our problem is civil obedience.
“Our problem is the numbers of people all over the world who have obeyed the dictates of their governments and have gone to war. And millions have been killed because of this obedience. We recognize this from Nazi Germany,” Damon says, referring to blindly obedient citizens as “herd-like people”. “We know that the problem there was obedience. That the people obeyed Hitler. Peopleobeyed. That was wrong. People should have challenged it, they should have resisted. And if we were only there, we would have showed them.”
Or would we? There’s food for thought.
Damon’s message is that blind obedience to authority is not necessarily the ethical choice. Obedience can’t replace your moral compass. In fact, it’s the root cause of all the millions of young lives wasted in senseless wars throughout the ages.
“The rule of law maximizes injustice. The rule of law is the darling of the leaders and the plague of the people. We ought to begin to recognize this. What we are trying to do is to get back to the principles, the aims and the spirit of the Declaration of Independence. This spirit is resistance to illegitimate authority.”
Damon advocates disobeying laws that do not serve the greater good or go against basic morality: those new, but increasingly common injustices, like jailing the kind-hearted people who feed thehomeless or prosecuting people for collecting rainwater. Like trying to sue those who choose to grow vegetables on their lawn, or making parents’ lives hell for preventing them from giving cannabis oil to their sick child–  a child whose life could be saved if the plant were decriminalized (…globally). Damon thinks we should stand up against all these injustices and more.
But, he says, it doesn’t stop there. Above all, we must stop obeying the call of corrupt, lying leaders to go fight against other innocent human beings in endless, bloody wars that simply make no sense, and don’t benefit anyone except the arms dealers, the rebuilding contractors, and the oil corps. We must stop making war, and we must stop believing that to honor the fallen we have to buy into the government and the mainstream media’s glorification of war.
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Printable List of Monsanto Owned “Food” Producers













List of companies that uses Monsanto products.
In light of the recent public anger over the Monsanto Protection Act, here’s a simple, printable list of companies that use Monsanto products. By avoiding products made by companies on this list, you can help ensure your money isn’t going to Monsanto and also watch out for the health of your family and yourself.

















































If you wish to print, simply click on the list and choose “Print” from your browser’s menu (or press CTRL+P/CMD+P).

10 Companies That Control Almost Everything We Eat & Drink




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Prince Secretly Funded Humanitarian and Environmental Organizations















When people talk or think about the Prince, the beloved musician is primarily praised for his creativity and musical achievements. However, since the musician’s death earlier this year, a number of stories detailing Prince’s humanitarian and charitable work have entered the spotlight.
When people give money to charity, especially celebrities, it is for one of two reasons – they want to be seen giving, or they are genuinely wanting to help people. Prince, it seems, donated money to charitable organizations for the latter reason.
In an interview with CNN, longtime green advocate Van Jones revealed that Prince was a major backer of Jones’s group Green For All, an organization that has been working to bring solar power to the people of Oakland, California.
There are people who have solar panels right now on their houses in Oakland, California that don’t know Prince paid for them,” Jones said.
In addition to funding the solar projects, Prince secretly funded a number of other charitable organizations. For instance, sources have also revealed that Prince also worked on initiatives aimed at combatting gun violence and police brutality. According to Reverend Al Sharpton, Prince held a concert and donated money to the family of Trayvon Martin, the 17-year-old African American shot by a white neighborhood watch volunteer in Florida.
What many people didn’t know is that he would support many of our civil rights causes,” Al Sharpton said in an interview with People. I remember when we were raising the issue of justice around the Trayvon Martin killing. Prince called me and sent some funds that I gave to the family for him and never wanted recognition for it.
“He went into Baltimore around the policing issue and did a concert to help the family. So, he was one that did not want to make a lot about his humanitarian and activist involvement, but he was very much involved in what was going on in the country. He was very much involved in Human rights.
Since his death, friend’s of the artist have come forward to share his influence and contributions to a wide variety of charitable organizations. However, despite his influence, Prince is said to have requested that these charitable donations be kept secret. In fact, Prince is said to have purposefully set tour dates in particular cities, using the concerts as a way to cover his charitable intentions, reports The Free Thought Project. 
He did not want it [to] be known publicly, and he did not want us to say it. But I’m gonna say it because the world needs to know that it wasn’t just the music,” Jones said. “The music was just one way he tried to help the world, but he was helping every day of his life.
During an appearance on the Dr Drew Show, Jones shared an emotional story about how the two started working together on the Yes We Code initiative in 2014. Yes We Code is a non-profit organization that aims to encourage urban youth to seek careers in technology by accelerating access to training in high-demand technical and non-technical skills. Today, Yes We Code works with partners to help connect 100,000 under-represented minorities to careers in technology.


He insisted we create ‘Yes We Code,‘” Jones told USA Today, “so that kids in hoodies could be mistaken for kids in Silicon Valley.
He really believed that young people could change the world,” Jones said. “[He was] not just a great musician, [but] a great human being at every conceivable level. He’s a humanitarian first and foremost.
“There are people who are in hospitals right now who get anonymous gifts. He never wanted anybody to know how much of a humanitarian he was. He’s a Jehovah’s Witness. They’re not supposed to speak about their good work. But, this is a guy who cared so much.”
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Hillary Clinton Leaked Audio Calling Bernie Sanders Supporters Losers & How to Target Them for Votes














In the hacked recording of a private conversation with campaign donors in February, Hillary Clinton distanced herself from progressive goals like “free college, free healthcare” and described her place on the political spectrum as spanning from the center-left to the center-right.
Clinton has been inconsistent in the past about espousing political labels. She has at times touted herself as stalwart liberal. For instance, she said last July: “I take a backseat to no one when you look at my record in standing up and fighting for progressive values.” But a few months later, she told a group in Ohio:

“You know, I get accused of being kind of moderate and center. I plead guilty.”
The newly disclosed comments came in audio, apparently from hacked emails, that was revealed this week by the Washington Free Beacon, a conservative blog run by a Republican communications strategist.
Clinton was speaking at a Virginia fundraiser hosted by Beatrice Welters, the former U.S. ambassador to Trinidad and Tobago, and her husband Anthony Welters, the executive chairman of an investment consulting firm founded by former Clinton aide Cheryl Mills.
Clinton’s opponent at the time, Sen. Bernie Sanders, was pointing to successful programs in Norway and Sweden, which provide universal daycare, family leave, and government sponsored healthcare and college education, as policies that he would seek to adopt.

CLINTON: It is important to recognize what’s going on in this election. Everybody who’s ever been in an election that I’m aware of is quite bewildered because there is a strain of, on the one hand, the kind of populist, nationalist, xenophobic, discriminatory kind of approach that we hear too much of from the Republican candidates. And on the other side, there’s just a deep desire to believe that we can have free college, free healthcare, that what we’ve done hasn’t gone far enough, and that we just need to, you know,  go as far as, you know, Scandinavia, whatever that means, and half the people don’t know what that means, but it’s something that they deeply feel. So as a friend of mine said the other day, I am occupying from the center-left to the center-right. And I don’t have much company there. Because it is difficult when you’re running to be president, and you understand how hard the job is —  I don’t want to over-promise. I don’t want to tell people things that I know we cannot do. 
Listen here:
Clinton has been accused numerous times in the past of patronizing young Sanders supporters. On Meet The Press in April, Clinton said she said:
I feel sorry sometimes for the young people” who believe Sanders’s claims about her taking money from the fossil fuel industry.
During her remarks, she reiterated her belief that politics is the art of the possible, dismissing the more aspirational approach of Sanders and his supporters.
“I want to be very clear about the progress I think we can make,” she said.
This article originally appeared on theintercept.com.

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Anonymous Declares War On US Government 2016

Message to the United States Government
People shouldn’t be afraid of their government, governments should be afraid of their people.
We are Anonymous.
We are Legion.
We do not forgive.
We do not forget.
Expect us. 
Anonymous Declares War On US Government 2016

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