Expert analysis of Hillary Clinton’s breakdown

As far as I can tell, there’s something to this story; it appears to go far beyond hearsay and wanders into the territory of truth with some pretty convincing evidence. If this story is indeed true, the American people – and the people who support Hillary and plan on voting for her – deserve to know. Before the election.

Source: Humans Are Free

Hillary Clinton recently had a breakdown on TV. The media is of course covering this up rather than having an expert medical panel on to discuss her health. Yet what happened to Hillary was obviously a sign of a head injury and stroke.

When a protester appears, Hillary freezes. In psychology, you learn that the flight-or-fight response is a myth. A stressful situation trigger a fight, flight, or freeze response.

“Freeze” is what we mean by saying someone has a “deer in the head lights look.” A prey animal freezes when it senses danger it cannot overcome and thus does not risk running away from. By freezing the deer hopes to not be seen.

Yet freezing is an instinctual response, as anyone who has driven a car through deer land knows. When you drive, your headlights hit a deer, it stops. Your choice is to keep driving or to swerve away, risking your own life.

Hillary’s health problems are well-known among the Secret Service.

While still FROZEN, Hillary is rescued by a male Secret Service agent (edit: now identified as a doctor), who reassures her, “You’ll be okay.”

Notice how Hillary’s lips are pursed? She has completely frozen, and has lost control of her executive functions/prefrontal cortex.

He then tells her, “Keep talking.” The agent gave Hillary Gorilla Mindset coaching on the spot, and she was finally able to continue.

As others observe, the Secret Service agent knew exactly what to do. This clearly wasn’t Hillary’s first breakdown.

 Hillary has suffered a brain injury during a fall. She either had a stroke, causing her to fall, or the fall caused her stroke. (Doctors were unsure whether the fall was the cause or effect of the stroke.) You can watch the full video here:

Hillary still suffers seizures. You can see her having a seizure here:

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Vote Nobody for President: Lead yourself in 2016

There are arguments to be made on both sides of whether or not it serves a positive purpose to vote in this year’s election. After giving it a lot of thought, I have come down on the side of not voting, mainly because I don’t want my vote to be perceived as giving my tacit approval of our very broken system and all its shenanigans. I do not approve.

The reality is that voting in America is designed to let us think we’re still in charge. We’re not. Not yet anyway. True and lasting change will require complete regeneration of our  system if our country – and its people – are to survive. And so I support Nobody for 2016. I will be leading myself.

By Tim Bryant

Guest writer for Wake Up World

“If you vote, you have no right to complain.” ~ George Carlin

All throughout history, the masses have been programmed to think that if they want to change anything in this world, the democratic right to vote is their best solution. The premise is that people get the privilege of voting for representatives who will enact the kinds of legislation that their supporters want to see happen. In many ways, voting is put on a special pedestal as the defining symbol of freedom and justice in society. It almost comes across as sacred, with many people arguing that voting is the key to a healthy democracy and a vibrant social culture. Very few dare to talk badly about the citizen’s right to vote without facing some kind of social ramification.

However, is voting really all it’s cracked up to be? I know that is very taboo to say, but the question should be asked: Does voting even makes a difference in modern politics? Are you a bad, uneducated or politically unaware person for not voting? Is voting the only answer?

Voting is considered the defining symbol of freedom in our society. But does voting even makes a difference in a political system that is so screwed up?

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Laura Eisenhower interviews Adam Apollo

I wasn’t familiar with Adam Apollo Amorastreya before I saw this, but found Laura Eisenhower’s interview with him to be fascinating. They talk about a variety of subjects, including how to transition to a society focused on unity and galactic consciousness.

Apparently, he has been a youth ambassador as part of White House and United Nations’ initiatives. Very interesting… I’d love to hear what others think, too.

A quick look at July: Change is all around us

In July 2016, dramatic  changes continued to speed up around the world. This short video takes a look at some of the most important events.

Whatever your views, one thing is clear: Something huge is getting ready to happen. So let’s all keep putting out positive vibes to help smooth the impending transition for ourselves, for our loved ones and for all of humanity. It’s time.

Source: Gaian Eye on YouTube.

Why a guaranteed basic income is cost-effective

Since the Swiss referendum on whether or not to provide a basic income to citizens took place (it was soundly defeated), the issue of a basic income guarantee has been front and center. I did a quick search on it and there were a surprising number of news stories about it in the global MSM.


Simply put, the thinking is that a basic income is a potential solution to the problem of ever-increasing unemployment created by technological advances. This idea is catching on quickly and trial runs of the concept are taking place throughout the world – even in the United States.

Given the looming specter of massive poverty, it may just be an idea whose time has come.

By Carolanne Wright

Contributing writer for Wake Up World

Between 1974 and 1979, a radical experiment was taking place in a small Manitoba city that has all but been forgotten. Yet the result of the Canadian program is nothing short of astonishing: for those five years, poverty was utterly eradicated. The secret? Providing a basic annual income for everyone — no strings attached.

What might sound like a capitalist’s nightmare — People wouldn’t work… They would become lazy and a burden on society… The free-market would be destroyed! — turned out to be an incredible success without issue. But when a Conservative government came to power provincially in 1977, and 1979 federally, the program was dismantled and seemingly lost to the archives of societal experiments — until now.

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Source: Basic Income Guarantee: A Surprisingly Cost-Effective Method for Eliminating Poverty