The veil is lifting. Americans are coming to grips with some paradigm shattering truths that have been carefully kept from public view. Whether the recent surge of revelations and exposés are due to the efforts of hacktivists and those long-since fighting to revive the remnants of this once great nation, or simply part of the elite agenda, one thing is certain, change is coming. Regardless, this mass-awakening collective must be led down the right path lest it be unwittingly guided into the next phase of “the plan.”
As The Last American Vagabond reported, the amendment of the Smith-Mundt Act in the National Defense Authorization Act of 2013(wherein the US government was officially allowed to distribute materials produced by the State Department and Broadcasting Board of Governors inside the United States) has changed everything.
In other words, the production and distribution of propaganda by the US government to the American people, produced with the sole purpose of influencing the opinions and perceptions of Americans, regardless of its veracity, is now not only allowed, but legal. The Smith-Mundt Act prior to this amendment allowed for propagandized material to be distributed abroad; whereas it can now be used in the anti-democratic act of manipulating the voter’s perception of reality. The American people are now being confronted with an onslaught of controlled information, none of which can be taken at face value, and all of which could be fabricated propaganda created to influence Americans in “the best interest of the State,” and legally so.
Which ultimately boils down to one very important take away for the average American: Anything you watch on mainstream media, could in fact be a complete fabrication created to serve some government end by manipulating your perception of a certain topic, and this is now legal — all in the interest of “national security” of course. History has shown us, time after time, that choosing to white-wash government actions as inherently altruistic, is not only naïve and self-destructive, but exceedingly dangerous.