The hottest Tyranny Substack posts right now

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donaldjeffries β€’ 1592 implied HN points β€’ 03 Jun 23
  1. Many Americans still believe in American exceptionalism, but the reality may indicate otherwise.
  2. The level of tyranny and corruption in America has reached surreal levels, possibly surpassing the repressive regimes of the past.
  3. The current state of America is described as exceptionally corrupt, tyrannical, and incompetent, challenging the notions of freedom and democracy.
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The Glenn Meder Newsletter β€’ 137 implied HN points β€’ 12 Sep 23
  1. The most important thing to ensure freedom is to remember that your rights come from God, not from the government.
  2. Tyranny thrives when people believe their rights come from the government, so believing in rights from God is crucial.
  3. The foundation of freedom lies in the belief that rights come from God, as seen in the US, making it a beacon for freedom.
Anxiety Addiction & Ascension β€’ 98 implied HN points β€’ 11 Oct 23
  1. Being hypervigilant and expecting extreme crises may make us miss subtle, gradual tactics that could be used against us.
  2. The strategy of the opposition may shift from one big event to a series of smaller, ongoing crises to wear down resistance.
  3. To combat the potential 'Nothingburger Reset,' we must stay prepared for the unexpected, build resilience, and be vigilant against deception.
The Glenn Meder Newsletter β€’ 39 implied HN points β€’ 25 Mar 23
  1. Interview with Pastor Billy Te Kahika from New Zealand discussing tyranny, police brutality, government actions, and digital currency.
  2. New Zealand as a test bed for global changes, making the discussion relevant to all.
  3. Encouragement to watch the interview and share it widely to make a positive impact.
Anxiety Addiction & Ascension β€’ 39 implied HN points β€’ 25 Apr 23
  1. Spread awareness about ESG - it's a system favoring wokeness enforced by major financial players like BlackRock, affecting corporate decisions and ultimately societal control.
  2. Understand the impact of ESG on governance - it links to decisions like vaccine mandates through corporate governance criteria, influencing businesses to align with certain agendas to secure investment.
  3. Engage in conversations about ESG - discuss with others to raise awareness, starting with trusted individuals, to shed light on how ESG influences our lives and economy.
Anxiety Addiction & Ascension β€’ 19 implied HN points β€’ 11 Nov 22
  1. Crimes against humanity like the global Covid response demand not just condemnation, but also justice and vengeance.
  2. A crime against humanity calls for fitting punishments such as life in prison or capital punishment, distinguishing it from regular crimes.
  3. The necessity for justice for crimes against humanity necessitates difficult conversations, advocacy for accountability, and an unyielding fight for truth and justice.