by David Wilcock
June 8, 2013, 2:00 am
The NSA data-mining scandal is only one of dozens of strong pieces of evidence that the cabal of shadowy Power Elite are right on the brink of being publicly exposed and brought to justice as weve been anticipating for years now.
Once this happens, it will soon become the most significant event in all of modern history dwarfing 9/11 by many orders of magnitude as a game-changer.
This time, however, the game will change for the positive not for the negative.
courtesy of John Seymour. UPDATED with pullquotes and new
synchronicities, next day.]
ITS NOT A CONSPIRACY THEORY ANYMORE
How does it feel to know, for a fact, that the NSA has potentially been spying on everything you think, say and do online?
How does it feel to know you are under constant surveillance and Congress says this is nothing new?
How does it feel to know that all your credit card spending habits are being tracked?
How does it feel to know that every call you make is being logged for who you called, when you called them and for how long and thats only the part thats public as of today?
For many people, this is coming as a complete shock. Headlines are exploding. Everything we think we know must be re-examined.
There is a monster under the bed.
For others apparently including our members of the US Congress they are brushing it off as nothing new.
I dont think the public is going to view it that way.
(please read the full article at the link below on David’s site
I apologize for the pause in posting and for only posting this small fragment but I lost my internet connection a few days ago. I have a connection now, but very slow and somewhat dodgy(drops out unexpectedly).
I wanted to at least link to this as I think this is important news-we are obviously approaching some big changes. Timing, as always is never clear, but as we can see from the news, things long hidden keep leaking out to the public-how long can it be before the finger in the dike is not enough to stop the dike crumbling completely?
I wish I had the sort of access that would allow me to watch David’s shows, but perhaps soon such access will be more *accessible* even to the financially “disadvantaged” and those in rural areas.