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January 2013 The Texas Free Press - 2
Happy New Year!I am sure many of the read-rs of this publication wouldgree that our 2nd Amendmentights are surely at stake rightow and as of the past feways, the Obama administra-ion is at it once again to takeway as many guns rights as ithinks it can get away with. So,here are articles in this issueegarding 2nd Amendmentights. Our 2nd Amendmentights are probably the onlynes that have not been com-letely overtaken by the bama administration. If weose those, we are doomed to auture of a globalist tyrannynd slavery to that government.I personally know one or twoeople who admittedly do notwn guns and, for one reasonr another, do not wish to ownuns, but at least they have aight to make that decision for hemselves rather than bowingo a government taking awayheir right to choose.So, I once again pose theuestion, “What can we do bout a government bent on de-stroying America?” The bestsolutions I can come up with,nd I am certainly no expert, iso take care of yourself andour family financially, grows much of your own food asou can, take care of your
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By Pat Shannan
Gunther Russbacher was a29-year veteran of the CIAwho achieved notoriety whenhe testified that in 1980 he had been the pilot of the supersonicSR-71 that flew Vice Presiden-tial candidate George Bushfrom the Paris meetings back to the US. Those meetings con-cluded with the “October Sur- prise” undercover deal withIran. Russbacher’s whistle- blowing cost him seven yearsin federal prison.When he was released in1996, Gunther was more defi-ant than ever and began ex- plaining the pattern of what weare seeing today with the mul-tiple mass shootings – fromhow the Subjects are chosenfrom “Level One” all the waythrough the mind control pro-gram that eventually leads tothe “suicide” of the “sleeper.”Initially, a group from the in-telligence community can-vasses the county hospitals andimmigration centers in order tofind viable candidates. Theytry to locate people who haveno close family or friends.When selected, these peopleare put under heavy hypnosiswhere a definitive pattern of their usefulness is determined by psychiatrists. Showing highIQ, the candidate is placed in a“call file.”If the tested applicant hasmore than 120 IQ, a "recall"command and an accompany-ing "trigger" word will be writ-ten into his personality duringthe Level One hypnosis ses-sion. This "trigger" will acti-vate his recall program whenwe are ready for him,” saidRussbacher. “We then system-atically do a backgroundsearch and create a file for fu-ture reference.”When fully qualified, thesubject will be "recalled" andtaken for further tests for vul-nerability. If he passes, he isthen brought to Level 2 hypno-sis where specific instructionsare placed through hypnoticcommands and suggestionsinto his personality, and he isgiven diverse small orders. Bycompleting these satisfactorily,he receives a "recall servicenotice" and a “handler.” TheHandler supplies a “trigger”word that includes instructionson when and where to report,and the Subject will have nomemory of either.Level 3 hypnosis injects an“overwrite,” a new identity or personality and can eliminateall fear and nervousness. Thisis similar to having multiple personalities, except the origi-nal personality is repressed or hidden under the "overwrite"and will not surface for a set period of time determined bythe Programmer. Just enoughinformation will be written infor the operative’s alias andstory to be believable by every-one, including law enforce-ment officials. Now the subject believes that he must and cando everything his programmersask him to do.Russbacher elaborated, “If
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West Shore Baptist Church
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Lighthouse Faith Fellowship(charismatic, non-denomina-tional)
, 331 FM 534, 547-6243.Sunday School: 9:15amServices: Sunday 10:00 am.
Grace Lutheran Church of Mathis,
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First United Methodist Church,
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the IQ is high enough we willstudy his abilities and our needs, and determine how thesubject can be further used.”At Level 4 hypnosis, the sub- ject no longer differentiates be-tween right and wrong. Thesubject will be told he is a"Super Human" and all lawsare written for other people andhis moral code and fear of dying are replaced with new"Superman” feelings. If the in-tent of the programming is tocreate an assassin who will killon cue, all morality, fear, andrevulsion of bloody body partsmust be eliminated. A com- pletely new person is beingcreated and his only memoriesare the ones supplied by thetreatment.The photos of family andfriends will be of deep cover agency personnel. If ever amission goes "sour" and thenews media starts looking for his family, the "agency createdfamily" will be produced for anews conference or an inter-view.If the subject is going to beused to infiltrate a patriotgroup, religious commune, po-litical campaign or environ-mental movement, the subjectwill be given all the knowledgeand beliefs that are commonlyheld by people in his targetedgroup. The subject will believethat his fervently held opinionsare his own. He will be believ-able to other members of thegroup.Upon completion of Level 4,the subject who has been cho-
16 Mass Shootings in 2012Should Tell Us Something
sen to become a "programmedsleeper assassin" is fully pre- pared for Level 5 – at whichtime a code word is etched intothe subject’s brain. This is com-monly known and referred toas the "trigger" which will acti-vate the subject into actionwhen the plan is in place.“He is now referred to as a“Clear Eyes,” Russbacher ex- plained, “and is a ‘sleeper as-sassin.’” His programmingusually includes killing himselas well. Those who don’t, suchas Sirhan and James Holmes,still cannot remember commit-ting the crime, why they did itor even being hypnotized. Os-wald was killed because he wasan innocent patsy whose mem-ory had not been captured.By considering this informa-tion with all the undercover criminal activity governmentagencies have been caught at inrecent years, the reader shouldnot be fooled by this “falseflag” activity. In Switzerland,where every family is requiredto own and receive instructionon firearms, such levels of in-sanity have never been re- ported.
Everything They* Ever Told Me Was a Lie.
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