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By Marilyn MacGruder Barnewall
May 31, 2015

Truth is difficult to find at any time. However, it is much harder today than in prior times. Today, we must fumble through a morass of disinformation and misinformation and never in history have there been so many ways to communicate lies.

In addition, there are false flags – actual or pretend events which are blamed on someone innocent of a deed – but made to look guilty so a group or government that is actually guilty can achieve some political or military or social objective. We tend to forget that false flag events have for centuries been used by tyrannical governments against their own people so they can keep or gain more power. Some false flags are actual events; some are not and use actors and actresses to make it appear something happened that didn’t.

Confusing? You’d better believe it is.

Most of us think we seek truth, but reading 50 disinformation articles a day rather than just 10 does not help you find truth. Few really take the time necessary to investigate what they read. Digging for facts is time consuming and people tend to believe what is convenient if it sounds reasonable. But we are bombarded with so many lies – unemployment data, false cost of living and inflation reports, news from what used to be trusted sources – and today’s society accepts it as the norm. This is how governments around the world win their war against the people they are supposed to serve and protect.

The United States has had several recent examples of false flags... Ferguson, Missouri, is one.

Was Michael Brown shot and killed by a police officer on August 9, 2014? Yes. Did it set off racial tensions between white police officers and Ferguson’s black community? Yes. Did Attorney General Eric Holder and President Barack Obama immediately offer support to the black community, surreptitiously suggesting the white police officer was guilty of murder? Yes. Was there violence in the extreme that resulted in the burning of businesses and looting? Yes. It was a real event, but who was really responsible?

New facts have surfaced from the Ferguson debacle – but we’re not hearing about them. Why?

Did you know about the list of people who provided services for the Ferguson, Missouri riots (and other sites including Baltimore and New York) who have billed an organization called Missourians Organizing for Reform and Empowerment (MORE – a group reportedly supported by George Soros)? There was a sit-in protest in St. Louis at the offices of MORE by those who have not been paid for performing services for the Ferguson “event.” The sit-in was not to further protest the death of Michael Brown and no one was shouting "hands up, don't shoot." No. This time a group of people wanted to be paid money they were promised for taking part in demonstrations. According to Alex Jones at InfoWars, MORE had to provide the protesters a list showing who had been paid... where the money had been going. That's how the list became public.

To read the story and see the lists, go HERE.

What does this tell us? It probably tells us that we have no idea who was behind the violence that took place in Ferguson, Missouri last year. Regardless, the President of the United States has brought Al Sharpton of Tawana Brawley fame onto his staff as an advisor. I know few people, black or white, who think of this man as anything other than a racial pimp. If you want to create racial tensions, call once “Big,” now “Little” Al Sharpton. It had to be very difficult for the black residents of Ferguson who witnessed what happened to be truthful when they appeared before a grand jury. The pressure on them to stir the racial hatred pot had to be tremendous. They earned themselves a place in heaven during that trying time because they valued truth more than public adoration.

This evidence tells us this was a real event but was positioned as a false flag... a means of making you believe a lie that further weakens us as a nation.

Abe Lincoln told us that a house divided will fall – and that’s precisely the reason “they” use divisive methods. They want us to fall. The only way they can get their New World Order is to destroy America's middle class and they use divide and conquer strategies to do just that. The Ferguson story is true. It is factual. It also appears have been carried out by those who want American to fail. Well, there were strong people of character in Ferguson and that attempt failed so Baltimore became necessary.

Freddie Gray died after a ride in a paddy wagon and police officers have been indicted for murder by a Grand Jury. Was it murder? Or is it just another move by the Wizard of Oz, working his evil behind the looking glass and manipulating racial tensions to an even higher level than was created by Ferguson?

Here’s what we now know about Freddie Gray:

Freddie Gray had a very long criminal record (find it HERE) and was receiving disability insurance payments for a spinal and neck injury from an accident that caused nerve damage. He had several spinal fusion surgeries since 2011, the most recent about 10 days before his arrest on April 12th. Doctor’s orders: Bed rest. Instead, Freddie was on the streets of Baltimore dealing drugs (which is why he ran when the police approached him), was arrested and placed in the paddy wagon. It is more than possible that Freddie re-opened his week-old spinal fusion incision. That may not be what happened, but it is a lot more likely to blame than the driver of the paddy wagon causing the injury yet it is the driver who has been charged with murder.

How can we know what we read in the newspapers or on the Internet or see on television or hear on the radio is factual? If it’s factual, how do we know the person being blamed is the real villain? Often, no one has time let alone the experience or contacts to know where to look for verification, so how can we know when we are being misinformed?

What has caused the downward spiral in which America finds itself?

If you answered “divide and conquer,” go to the head of the class.

When you read or hear or watch news and find yourself being subtly pulled to support one group against another group -- a divisive technique -- beware. The enemy’s primary tool is divide and conquer. Any information someone tries to feed you that causes a division between people of faith, people who love their country, people of different races, constitutionalists, -- it is a big red flag that you are being fed a story that supports an enemy of a strong America. When news networks cover a story over and over again for a week or more, ask your self if something major is happening that “they” are hiding and are diverting your attention with a story designed to do just that. For example, on 3 Apr 2014 Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 disappeared. It provided news watchers/readers with tremendous drama and happened on the same day North Korean leader Kim Jong Un said he had approved nuclear weapons sufficient to start World War III. We didn’t hear about that – perhaps that’s what they were hiding?

Or were they hiding what was going on in Ukraine which was a major issue... so too was Syria, Isis, Iran, and many other events – like a pipeline for Qatar that would diminish Russia’s hold on the provision of oil to European nations. The false flag worked... no news source was providing any information about these and other items of importance. All we heard about was Flight 370.

What have they achieved? Regarding law enforcement, all people, not just people of color, are suspicious of their police departments and their county sheriffs. Think for just a moment about how the federal government has been interacting with police departments all over the country the past few years. They have been falling all over themselves being friendly, extending federal aid and training and giving local law enforcement $18 billion of military equipment. They have equipped SWAT teams so well that they now make more than 80,000 raids per year. Ten years ago, few cities had SWAT teams. The government has militarized our local law enforcement resources. We slept through it as we read or heard about dramatic “other” events.

Now, government appears to be turning against their local law enforcement buddies... not just in Ferguson, Missouri, but now Baltimore’s police department is under attack. Officers whose job it is to protect us are losing their lives because city, county and state officials think their job is to find justice for Freddie Gray. They don’t seem to understand their job is to bring justice to all people by enforcing the law.

From day one, it now appears the objective was to federalize local law enforcement... and Ferguson and Baltimore are mere steps to achieve that objective.

The divide and conquer objective of these exercises is to remove from American citizens any sense of confidence in local law enforcement. If your sense of security is damaged, you have allowed them to succeed.

There is no doubt that tensions between law enforcement authorities and those they are paid to protect have tremendously increased. Communities everywhere need to understand that is the battle they must fight. Nothing has really changed. The people wearing the badges are the same (though their attitude towards the public is quite different thanks to their affiliation with the feds). They are better armed and have been fed a huge meal of horse hockey about how the people (especially Christians, veterans, conservatives, and patriots) are their enemies – just as we the people have been fed the same horse hockey about how local law enforcement cannot be trusted. The truth is, some can and some cannot. On both sides. It has always been so.

They have used divide and conquer techniques on our churches and our religious beliefs and even on our faith. Again, whether or not we give in to their divide and conquer techniques is our choice. Many of our churches are more concerned with their tax exempt status than they are with making sure parishioners are informed about how they are losing their liberty. Nothing could be more short-sighted because without liberty, freedom of religion is gone and along with it all churches except those that are government-approved – and the churches don’t realize their greed is planting the seeds for their own destruction.

“They” have used city and county and federal governments, demanding all signs of Christianity be removed from schools, universities, military, and holidays. Christians have allowed it... and as Muslim terrorists witness the lack of Christian resistance, it is no wonder they believe we are weak and they feel safe when they cut off Christian heads, kidnap Christian women and rape and kill and sell them with no worries about retribution.

Those who want to divide and conquer Christianity have made it unfashionable to say “Merry Christmas” at retail stores. They have attacked Biblical wisdom in every possible way – gay marriage, forcing businesses to provide services that violate their faith or be fined out of business, forcing physicians and nurses to provide abortion services that violate their faith in God, forcing taxpayers to pay for those abortions – you name a filthy deed and they’ve done it... all in the name of divide and conquer. I don't care who anyone sleeps with in his or her bed, but when it involves dividing Protestants from Catholics and Jews I care a great deal. Your sex life choices should not determine government policy and create inflexible political correctness. You don't want to let the people unite because if they do they are too strong for the elitists to overcome.

Every single, solitary American can fight against this tyranny. For one thing, once you realize a divisive message is part of any news story about any topic, stop reading it. Stop supporting the liars! Every time you read one of their articles, they get compensated in some way – Web site readership ratings, ads, and who knows who else might be paying them for high readership of their over-dramatized lies.

Get together with your neighbors and discuss creating a community meeting to improve communications between citizens and law enforcement. Get your city council to hold meetings between citizens and law enforcement. The best way to make a police officer understand that patriots and Christians are not their enemy is to talk with them. Get your Pastors and Priests to invite them to talk with parishioners. Attend city and county meetings... school board meetings, too. Become informed at the local level because that is the only place you can really implement change.

If you don’t know what’s going on, you have no right to complain. The rest of the world wasn’t put on the planet to do the work required to protect your rights while you lie on the couch watching television or sit in front of your computer being informed by others who put their necks on the line by speaking out publicly.

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There are lawful solutions. You need to understand the games being played. You need to learn how to win them without endangering yourself, your friends, or your family. Do it lawfully. I'm not suggesting anyone paint a target on their back – or on anyone else’s

I am suggesting you become aware that we are losing our country and am trying to point out that there are lawful ways to stop it.

Stop believing the lies and disinformation thrown at you. It's a waste of energy and time – and it supports the enemy that is destroying your nation.

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Marilyn MacGruder Barnewall began her career in 1956 as a journalist with the Wyoming Eagle in Cheyenne. During her 20 years (plus) as a banker and bank consultant, she wrote extensively for The American Banker, Bank Marketing Magazine, Trust Marketing Magazine, was U.S. Consulting Editor for Private Banker International (London/Dublin), and other major banking industry publications. She has written seven non-fiction books about banking and taught private banking at Colorado University for the American Bankers Association. She has authored seven banking books, one dog book, and two works of fiction (about banking, of course). She has served on numerous Boards in her community.

Barnewall is the former editor of The National Peace Officer Magazine and as a journalist has written guest editorials for the Denver Post, Rocky Mountain News and Newsweek, among others. On the Internet, she has written for News With Views, World Net Daily, Canada Free Press, Christian Business Daily, Business Reform, and others. She has been quoted in Time, Forbes, Wall Street Journal and other national and international publications. She can be found in Who's Who in America, Who's Who of American Women, Who's Who in Finance and Business, and Who's Who in the World.

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Now, government appears to be turning against their local law enforcement buddies... not just in Ferguson, Missouri, but now Baltimore’s police department is under attack. Officers whose job it is to protect us are losing their lives because city, county and state officials think their job is to find justice for Freddie Gray.