We Are Change STL Exposes the Matrix on UMSL Campus

On Friday Novemeber 9, 2012 We Are Change-STL visited the UMSL campus to talk with college students and professors on 5 important topics. The questions are as follows:

  1. What is the Federal Reserve?
  2. Can you point out (in the picture) where a Bowing 747 jetliner hit that building (Pentagon)?
  3. Should genetically modified food (GMO) be labeled?
  4. Which presidential candidate (Obama or Romney) supports drone bombing?
  5. Which presidential candidate (Obama or Romney) supports indefinite detention of US citizens?

Watch the video above for the surprising answers. As noted in the video, research these 5 topics for yourself so that you may be fully informed!

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TW Radio Archives Interview With Laura Bernal of American Resolution

American Resolution

Tyranny Watch Podcast #5 – In this week’s episode Zachary talks with Laura Bernal the founder of the American Resolution. We also discuss the movement to merge all people who fight for liberty and freedom under one banner.

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TW Radio Archives Interview With STL Anonymous on Trapwire

Saint Louis Anonymous

Tyranny Watch presents Episode #4 – This week’s episode Zachary talks to STL Anonymous about Trapwire, Stratfor leaks, and the growing spy grid being put in place. We also discuss the Anonymous-based activism that happened in St. Louis on October 20th from Noon-10pm downtown at Keiner Plaza.

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Todd Akin Says NDAA Is Constitutional

Todd Akin

Zachary Cole
11/05/12
TyrannyWatch.org

The indefinite detention section of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) has been a hot button issue since its ratification into law. Basically this section of the bill declares US territory as a battlefield and gives the government power to detain citizens for an undetermined amount of time without due process. It also lay out in this section, albeit vaguely, that anyone associated or frequently communicates with those the government deems as terrorists can be place under the same treatment. This could potentially include journalists, veterans, and those that network with various political or religious groups.

Senator McCain, co-author of the bill, confirmed that US citizens could be indefinitely detained and Senator Lindsey Graham even went as far to say that an American can be killed. Senator Carl Levin, who is another author, surprisingly exposed the Obama administration on the floor by saying that it was the president that insisted indefinite detention be left in the bill (despite telling the media he was not for it). Although there was little debate from the Republicans or Democrats, President Obama still insisted on his objection and signed the bill into law under the eve of a New Year (2012). He tried to justify his action with a signing statement promising not to use the power of indefinite detention on US citizens. This of course broke his previous word that he would veto the bill if it included this section and as we have seen since its ratification into law the government has used it to detain indefinitely and even kill US citizens (like that of Anwar al-Awlaki).

Now we are again on another eve but this time it is the election of 2012. A lot is up for grabs this time around and it is not just the office of president. Locally in Missouri we have a heated race between Senator Claire McCaskill (D) and Representative Todd Akin (R). Akin most recently he has been in hot water for his statement on abortion for victims of rape which lead to a firestorm of condemnation from the left and right.

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