GoDaddy False Flag Psyop

Since I’ve immediately posted regarding False Flags in the past, I didn’t want my omitting to comment upon this one to seem like non-recognition. The following linked article contains lots of links and information regarding the GoDaddy site outages yesterday. Thanks to Mike Adams for calling a spade a spade, and thanks to Gillian for posting his article.

On this 11-year anniversary of one of the biggest, most destructive and far-reaching False Flags ever, please don’t drink the Kool-Aid. It’s poison. … And if you already have imbibed or even mainlined that crack, there’s still a little time left to spit it out.

No time like the present to reclaim sovereignty over what goes into mind and body. When it comes to exercising sovereignty, use it or lose it.

Not all is as it appears. On the contrary, I’d venture to say very little is as it seems. šŸ™‚

6 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by janee on September 11, 2012 at 7:38 pm

    I don’t even get what a “false flag” is . . . please guide me or explain . . . thank you Laura and folks . .

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  2. http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/False_flag

    Here’s an in-depth explanation. The short version is when one’s own government or other secret controlling entity enacts violence or other type of attack and then a complicit media and the government spin that false story into a “need” for the very legislation they already wanted to enact. It’s also known as Problem Reaction Solution, in which the behind the scenes controller create the problem, fuel public outrage (reaction) and then use that reaction as a “mandate” to beg for or at least accept tyrannical things like the Patriot Act or Homeland Security Acts. Bin Laden was a known CIA payroll recipient. 9/11, Oklahoma City Bombing, Columbine, Aurora and The Washington sniper were all false flags. There comes a time when opening one’s eyes to the deception used as justification for tyranny becomes a compassionate duty. That time is now. As the veils drop, the sickos in charge will lose their power to pull off such destructive scams and freedom and peace will rebound in this country and around the world. Blessings, Laura

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  3. Posted by Barbara on September 12, 2012 at 2:34 am

    Hi Laura:

    “No time like the present to reclaim sovereignty over what goes into mind and body. When it comes to exercising sovereignty, use it or lose it. ”

    Love it, thanks for those words, Laura, raised my spirit and I got my light warrior gear on again. It’s not been easy holding the vibes in the last few months, but we’re doing it and I’m counting on the evidence becoming obvious as a result of all of our hard work soon — very soon, not as in years down the road, but the end of this year. Love to you and yes, the false flags are getting to be so obvious, surely the sleepy heads are at least drowsily saying, “What was that?” B.

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  4. Much love!!

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  5. Posted by janee on September 12, 2012 at 11:45 am

    In my truth and in my world, the only thing, the very only thing that will toggle any switches toward the new heaven on earth / earth in heaven, is Love. The “sickos” are running the energy that in spirit we all agreed they should run and we are all having the experiences we came to have.

    That being said, where have we then agreed to move into? Into heaven? Into Love? into Peace and ease and airiness and even bliss? How can we all Love ourselves and the planet into that each and every moment of each and every day?

    There are ways to be “light warriors” in this . . . .

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  6. Agreed. These are all good questions, and that’s why in so many of my posts, I ask people to focus on where they’re headed, what they DO wish to create. The only reason I mention the false flags is because I notice so many people accepting given “boundaries” and limitations based on totally false premises. There’s fluff bunny love and then there’s Unconditional Love, which is sometimes Tough Love. The narcissistic consumption of humanity on the grand scale will not stop until people take responsibility in their own lives for what does or does not come from Love. Loving oneself means loving oneself enough to say no to abuse and yes to thriving. In my own personal life, stepping into moments of Tough Love has facilitated many, many more moments of ease, peace, groundedness and bliss. For me, it was very easy to be airy as an escape, but groundedness does seem to require a willingness to look at, acknowledge and then deal with the Shadows … and by deal with, I do mean love. šŸ™‚ Thanks for sharing!

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