Event in Denton, Texas

My colleague Katie Deolloz, who organized the protest against the chip-based tracking of school kids in San Antonio, Texas, will be speaking out about RFID and the mark of the beast in Denton, Texas. Here's the link:  https://btfdenton.org.

Katie will be giving the first ever public sneak preview of our new children's book, "I Won't Take the Mark." To get one of these very limited advanced review copies, turn out to hear Katie speak on Sunday afternoon, October 28th, at 3pm.

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Back on Antibiotics

(Somehow forgot to hit "publish" on this yesterday.)

So I think I figured out what the culprit was that has me feeling so awful: an impending infection. No fever, but a low-grade fester that could explain all the tiredness, weakness, aches, and recent misery. Went back on antibiotics (Cefadroxil) Monday night and woke up feeling only 1/4 dead, rather than half dead. *laugh*

I have my three-week post-op visit tomorrow. Fingers crossed that all is going well.

I am using my down time to work on my upcoming children's book, "I Won't Take the Mark." (Yes, that ...

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The "Unbanked" and the "Underbanked"

The powers that be want your money. All of it. In their hands. Through the banks. They refer disparagingly to those of us who dislike banks as the "unbanked" and the "underbanked."

An interesting story in the Washington Post this week bemoans the fact that lots of Americans are dumping the banking system due to the "recession."

Released Wednesday, the study found that 821,000 households opted out of the banking system from 2009 to 2011 and that the so-called unbanked population grew to 8.2 percent of U.S. households.

That means that roughly 17 million adults are without ...

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Intellitix Promotional Video

Welcome to the future - where all payments will be managed by a number on your right wrist (or hand) and you will be scanned everywhere you go.

It's here now.

Watch the video below--but please watch it the first time through with the sound muted. You need to absorb what is happening intellectually, without allowing it to engage your cheerful emotions. Music has the power to set a mood, even against your will, and it is used here to make you accept this technology. (Even genocide, set to the right music, can be made to seem cool.)

Intellitix ...

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