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‘Resentment Toward Government’ Number 1 Google Hot Topic

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Matt Ryan
Prison Planet.com
Thursday, September 30, 2010

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On today’s Alex Jones Show, Alex called for everyone to Google the phrase, “Resentment Toward Government” and once again, the the term given on the show reached the top spot on Google Trends. This is a giant leap forward in the constant struggle to expose the terrible truth behind government initiatives.

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Reaching the top of this list sends waves across the media and blogosphere, forcing the mainstream media to cover topics that otherwise would be covered up behind the latest celebrity sex scandal. This acts as a powerful signal to the corporate media that the truth needs to be presented to the public.

The original article written by Paul Joseph Watson, Authorities Plan To Trawl Phone Calls And E Mails For Signs Of “Resentment Toward Government”, exposes plans to destroy the fourth amendment by creating an Orwellian system of surveillance aimed at scanning communications for signs of resentment against government agenda. Under this system you could find yourself in a terrorist database for expressing your first amendment right.

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This article was posted: Thursday, September 30, 2010 at 3:01 pm





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