Rense: Empty Mind, Fill Heart

Mother and child rest on their long journey.  Northern Laos.

Dean Henderson is the author of five books: Big Oil & Their Bankers in the Persian Gulf: Four Horsemen, Eight Families & Their Global Intelligence, Narcotics & Terror NetworkThe Grateful Unrich: Revolution in 50 CountriesStickin’ it to the MatrixThe Federal Reserve Cartel & Illuminati Agenda 21: The Luciferian Plan to Destroy Creation. You can subscribe free to his weekly Left Hook column @www.hendersonlefthook.wordpress.com

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5 responses to “Rense: Empty Mind, Fill Heart

  1. Laura Marian

    Individualism is dominant in this society, people lack love, empathy, all they care for is money. My opinion is that mind control is more predominant than intellect, most of the people are brainwashed and have no idea what is happening in the world who is running the world. People don’t care enough to research the truth, they prefer the beer and TV. If people were intelligent they would be able to discern the truth among so many lies, maybe there are 10% of the worldwide population, but that’s not enough for a revolution.
    A revolution is not possible as long as nations, races, families are divided, and money is predominant in people’s lives. A revolution needs unity and open intelligent people who can reason and fight against the elite that makes us slaves.

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  3. Nothing changes!
    “That, in my opinion, was the most diabolical aspect of those old-time big brains: They would tell their owners, in effect, ‘Here is a crazy thing we could actually do, probably, but we would never do it, of course. It’s just fun to think about.’ And then, as though in trances, the people would really do it–have slaves fight each other to death in the Colosseum, or burn people alive in the public square for holding opinions which were locally unpopular, or build factories whose only purpose was to kill people in industrial quantities, or to blow up whole cities, and on and on.”
    ― Kurt Vonnegut, Galápagos

  4. Crying during this show, subject so deep, so really hard.

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