GEORGIA GUIDESTONES: New World Order, Depopulation, and THE NEW TEN COMMANDMENTS!
Published on Dec 26, 2013
There are two schools of thought regarding the Georgia Guidestones, also known as the American Stonehenge. Some believe that the guide stones represent a new course of action to keep humanity on track after we destroy each other in a nuclear apocalypse. Others believe that the new Stonehenge is an evil monument instilling the values set forth by none other than the New World Order.
“Need to arm yourself for the upcoming Zombie Apocalypse but finding funds are low? No problem. Here are a couple a time-tested reliable rifles that won’t break the bank. (Note: if you feel the need to post a comment along the lines of “u r stoopid! zombies aren’t real!” let me save you the trouble: In this context, the Zombie Apocalypse is just being used as a metaphor — a placeholder. As fun as it woud be to mow down hordes of the shambling undead with semi-automatic rifles, nobody at TCP thinks zombies actually exist; and we’re willing to bet they probably never will.)
For a full explanation (and definition of the word “metaphor”) click on the link at the end of this video or the one below, to watch our latest vid: “Zombies Explained” . . . Text uploaded with video
The US Military recently began a series of training exercises on an island off the coast of San Diego.
What were the US Marines and Navy Special Ops forces training for you might ask?
A ZOMBIE INVASION!
That’s right, this is no joke. The US military is performing training exercises to combat a potential zombie invasion, but there’s actually much more to the story. Several months ago the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released a warning encouraging US citizens to be prepared for any emergency. It was released with a zombie apocalypse theme to help illustrate the fact that you need to be ready for anything. . . . Read Complete Report
Hyundai is getting in on the incessant zombie trend with an actual concept car designed to mow down the fearsome hordes of undead brain suckers. It’s called the Zombie Survival Machine, and it looks exactly like what it sounds like. Hyundai has partnered with Robert Kirkman, creator of the famed comic book and graphic novel The Walking Dead, in building the concept for Comic-Con. . . . Read Complete Report