From February 2017

The Fail-Maintenance of American Society

Sean Maclaren’s first in a new series of books, Romanic Depression (Book One), details how the Jesuits have designed, built and destroyed America. Maclaren uses many different sectors of society as examples.
No exaggeration, stating they have destroyed it.
It is not a final scorched-earth destruction, for the most part.
Rather, a slow and insidious fall into what I term “fail-maintenance.”

What Is Fail-Maintenance?

Fail-maintenance refers to maintaining something that is forced to exist in a continual state of failure, or at least approaching it.
More specifically, fail-maintenance is a slow and deliberate decaying of services, products, objects and people, regardless of the apparently high quality of those entities. Read more

Killing Monsanto’s Glyphosate: Does It Really Matter?

More details can be found in our books, Who Really Owns Your Gold, Third Edition, and Romanic Depression, Book One, both available on Amazon.

People often tell me about “researchers” and “investigators” who seemingly blow the whistle about harmful chemicals like glyphosate, then ask, “If these researchers can expose something so harmful in public, they must be legitimate.” Or, “This one investigator’s website got more than 50 million visits last year!” Read more

The Hidden Dangers Of Google’s AI-Generated Toxic-Speech Filter

Little by little, we Americans are being further attacked and shackled by a system too big to fight, although most Americans don’t even notice it, because of the thousands of distractions that effectively silence one’s subconscious alarms.

Such words provide little to no hope for the rest of us who do: a system too big to fight.

Before we give up altogether, let’s consider the latest hidden dangers to our Universal liberties: Google’s artificial-intelligence (AI)-generated toxic-speech filter, Perspective. Read more

The Hidden Dangers Of “Fake News”

For years William Garner wrote about the manipulation of Americans by a hidden power. When he discussed the details of these machinations, without actually naming the true masters behind them, people read the work with great interest, wanting to learn more on all levels.

My latest book, Romanic Depression, details many of these manipulations.

When he threw out a red herring and named the public face of this power, people still took interest and shared it with others. After all, this public face the American people could stomach, as they had been exposed to the House of Rothschild for hundreds of years. Read more