Monday, February 6, 2012

Red Pill: Thought Police, Lana Del Ray Artificial Creation, Arresting School Kids, and Mexican Cartels Reaches Hollywood

It's Monday morning and it's time for your weekly dose of the Red Pill!
Police State: The shock troops have their own little personal army. Police usage of armored surveillance vehicles becoming more widespread across the United States (Activist Post)

Music Industry: Don't be fooled by the hype surrounding Lana Del Rey, who is an artificial creation by clever suits and PR people in the music industry. She's just a rich girl named Lizzy Grant who really wanted to be famous and sold her soul to the devil by getting lip injections, dying her hair, and dressing like an ethereal, boho-hipster. (Vigilant Citizen)

War on Drugs: The war on drugs has been a farce and a losing battle. Maybe it's time to legalize all drugs? And if we end the drug war in America, we'll help save Mexico in the process. (, Luis Manuel)

Thought Police: This is something out of a Philip K. Dick novel... scientists created a computer than can read your thoughts and puts them into words! (Activist Post)

Nanny State: What the heck is going on with the state overreacting to kids doing stupid stuff? Here's an absurd list of 19 Crazy Things That School Children Are Being Arrested for in America. (End of the American Dream)

Big Brother: No matter what you do.... it's suspicious behavior! According to the FBI, Internet privacy is considered suspicious activity. (End of the American Dream)

Working Poor: the rich get richer and the poor get poorer... American Workers Are Toiling Harder and Getting Paid Less Than Ever. (Business Insider)

China: It's time we started focusing on China, who is about to overtake America on the economic front... 47 Signs That China Is Absolutely Destroying America On The Global Economic Stage(Economic Collapse)

Election 2012: Check out Matt Taibbi's latest article The Odd Couple: Romney vs. Gingrich. (Rolling Stone)

Mexican Drug War: Cartel violence has now reached the hills of Hollywood. (Mad Cow Productions)
Best of luck surviving this week!

1 comment:

  1. Hey now,
    FWIW Lana Del Rey's recent D Letterman performance was **much** better than the SNL joke...