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Over the last couple weeks we have been hearing about how Occupy Wall Street has grown to over 300 protests nationwide. Wow! This has got to be a big deal, or so the media would have me believe.

Most recently, while on vacation in Florida, I had the opportunity to see one for myself. We drove by a bank where there were two people and a dog outside in protest. This is one of the 300 protests? It came to me that the media are doing their best to hang on to something that barely exists; this was one of their protests. I said to myself, “If America could only see this.” I talked to a high-profile reporter from New York who recently blurted out the truth in his confusion when he said to me, “If you want to see the OWS in New York, you will have to look for it.”

Mark Twain rightly stated, “If you don’t read the newspaper, you ‘re uninformed. If you read the newspaper, you’re misinformed.”

How right this statement is for the present time; it’s a bit disturbing that you cannot trust those who report the news. Is it not interesting that the agendas pushed on the American people can hardly be justified in person? It seems to work only in presentation in the papers or on the television screen. For example: It has been said from those behind the puppetry reporting on the news: “You take the pictures, and I’ll create the war.”

I believe it is time to pull back the curtain on those who report the news and do an exposé on who they are, what they believe and what they promulgate. America is wising up to the fact that there are only a few outlets worthy of their trust, and rightly so.

After seeing the video below you will understand why. Here is a taste of an exposé on those who report the news, excerpted from my DVD series, “My War”::

See the entire 10-hour documentary that chronicles my team’s hard-hitting assemblies in public schools, exposing the lies of the culture that are so destructive to our youth. Order “My War” today!

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