Breaking free from the invisible shackles that enslave humanity

Dr. John Reizer

Humans are creatures of habit. It is how we are wired, and the people running the world understand how we think and view life. They frequently use our human psychological tendencies against us and have been doing so for as long as modern-day governments have existed.

If we ever hope to garner a better understanding of what is happening in the world, we must break free from the invisible shackles tightly fastened around our ankles. The restraints preclude members of society from understanding the lives they are living.

Many of us know that mainstream media companies regularly lie to their viewing audience. Television is one of the most dangerous weapons in the world. It can influence the perceptions of people worldwide to believe whatever the powers that be have portrayed as reality.

What we think we know about our world and what is happening behind the scenes are two different things altogether. Although most people who frequent NoFakeNews already know this information, theoretically speaking, they still can be easily pulled back into the matrix of lies engineered by the controllers to keep all of humanity in the small box they have constructed. That box allows the few who control the many to manage the human herd more easily.

The people running the world could never control seven and a half billion people the way they do without constantly feeding us a false understanding of reality. Everything we believe we know about the different subjects that make up the fabric of our perceived reality construct is far different from what the people at the top of the pyramid of knowledge understand about the same genres.

In our understanding of reality, we have been methodically led to believe that humans have visited the moon, created a nuclear bomb that can wipe out humanity and destroy the planet, can prevent diseases with an assortment of vaccines, have eradicated other deadly diseases that terrorized large populations of people, have created computer programs so sophisticated that they can artificially continue to learn beyond the parameters of what their human programmers have created, and believe there exists a space program that can venture far beyond low earth orbits and reach other celestial bodies in outer space. It is not likely that any of these claims are true.

We also have been led to believe the historical accounts of fought wars written into existence by the conflicts’ victors. Once the narratives are written and published, they become officialdom and unable to be challenged through scientific or other forms of critical investigations. And sometimes, the mere public discussion that officialdom might be incorrect can be punishable by imprisonment and monetary fines.

The ability of the global power brokers to keep the rest of humanity attached to a distorted perception of what is happening in the world has been no small chore. Yet, it has been brilliantly accomplished over an extended period.

Most, if not, everything we know about the individual components that make up the fabric of our perceived reality has been given to us by a variety of “trusted sources.” This is an undeniable fact. If you take the time to think about a particular subject you feel strongly about, and you honestly ask yourself where your knowledge about the subject has come from, you will eventually uncomfortably conclude that the information was initially acquired from a source you believed to be trustworthy.

As members of society, we are all, mostly, disciples of unverifiable information. I mean by this sentence that the people on our planet must regularly rely on individual official sources for most of their knowledge. The sources you and I rely upon must be trustworthy, in our eyes, to accept the information they peddle as credible. This is how humans determine what is real or possible in communities around the globe. We rarely are afforded the luxury of being placed in a position to personally validate many pieces of information that routinely enter our daily lives in real-time.

As we get ready to embark on another presidential election in the United States, many scripted scenarios are taking place. On the surface, they appear to challenge the future of what most people embrace as everyday normal life. Even the presidential election process is a scripted drama and ritual that most of us seem to embrace every four years like a bunch of morons. We do it out of habit and the powers that be know everything is under control if citizens continue to participate in the exercise, ultimately designed to make people believe they have a choice in electing someone to represent their best interests. We have no choice in selecting our managerial leaders, only the illusion of one.

We have fake or engineered wars occurring, an ongoing world plandemic terrorizing humanity, and big pharma companies allegedly making vaccines to save the world. In the background, Elon Musk and NASA are shooting off rockets to the Moon and proclaiming that humans have once again mastered space travel.

Thousands of stories are published each month for the public to chew on. Many of the bigger ones are directly and intimately connected, but the media does not present them so viewers realize the content is related. Headline stories are often reported so they appear to be non-related. The powers that be do not want us to connect the dots.

Our brains are wired so that they focus on specific patterns. The mainstream media companies do their best to make sure our minds cannot focus on information patterns that would reveal what is happening on a bigger and more worldly scale.

The objective of the mainstream media, which is owned and operated by the controlling powers, is to create confusion and misunderstanding about global events. The media want people to become so unsure about what is happening in the world, that they throw their arms in the air and give up on trying to solve the puzzle.

If we want to break free from the invisible shackles that keep us enslaved, we must stop watching the mainstream news and expect to see the truth. Until we understand that we live in a matrix of lies, we will never be able to understand our position and real purpose in this world.


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Donald J. Trump and The Goodbye America Tour (Credit Cards Accepted)

By Ashley Hayes

Recently, I came across a book by Lisa Duggan, entitled Mean Girl – Ayn Rand and The Culture of Greed. Published in 2019, Duggan’s book details how Ayn (rhymes with “line”) Rand, author of books of fiction, The Fountainhead and Atlas Shrugged, helped create the cultural context for “everyday neoliberalism” — the promotion of selfishness, greed and inequality. (Supporting that stance is the fact that Rand also published, in 1964, a collection of non-fiction essays entitled, The Virtue of Selfishness.)

Rand’s philosophical system, expressed in her books, is one she branded “Objectivism,” describing it as “the concept of man as a heroic being, with his own happiness as the moral purpose of his life, with productive achievement as his noblest activity, and reason as his only absolute.” There is no room for compassion, sacrifice, or service to others less privileged in Rand’s world. Indeed, she holds contempt for “social inferiors” and wholly embraces indifference to their plight.

Rand celebrates cruelty and inequality and Atlas romanticizes violence and domination. Her ideal man, Duggan states, [is a white Alpha male who] has an unconflicted sense of superiority and his fantasies of success and domination include no doubt or guilt. As such, it may come as no surprise that many leaders in Washington look upon Rand as a god, their [im]moral compass.

Donald Trump’s cabinet was filled with “Randians,” and his pick for Secretary of Labor, (before he withdrew), Andy Puzder, was against raising the minimum wage and wanted to automate fast-food jobs. There was also Rex Tillerson, Steve Bannon and, as you may have guessed, Trump himself. (

Trump is, in every way, Ayn Rand’s kind of guy. Take, for instance, Trump University, a program he launched in 2005, piggybacking on his success as a reality TV host. Trump pitched it as a program to help people get wealthy by learning to invest in real estate through courses taught by “experts” hand-picked by him (though when lawsuits for fraud later ensued, he denied knowing these hand-picked-by-him experts). While a multi-CD-ROM kit was available for $300, if you “really” wanted to become wildly successful and wealthy, attending Trump University in the form of in-person real estate seminars was a must. While the first seminar was free, attendees were aggressively encouraged to buy the various wealth-building packages, which ranged from $10,000 to $35,000; others were told to immediately increase the credit limits on their credit cards, and not to let fear hold them back from investing in themselves.

Two class action lawsuits for fraud ensued, as well as individual lawsuits and one brought by the NY attorney general. And in an only-in-America twist, Trump agreed to settle, for $25 milliion, paying the agreed upon sum three days before being sworn in as the next president of the United States.

A 2017 investigation conducted by of court documents, Trump University records, and sworn statements by those duped revealed a “playbook” existed that encouraged salespeople to prey upon the most vulnerable: “Staff members were instructed to target vulnerable people for sales, with a clear effort to identify targets such as single mothers and the elderly. The 2010 Playbook . . . spelled out scripts and sales tactics that preyed on consumers’ vulnerabilities. Within the examples given to salespeople, instructors were told to target these vulnerabilities—“[f]or example: are they a single parent of three children that may need money for food?” A former instructor described it as an effort that “preyed upon the elderly and uneducated to separate them from their money.” (

By most standards, this would be considered contemptible, but not to followers of Ayn Rand. Duggan states, [Rand’s ideal version of a man is one who] “showcases contempt for lesser beings and cool indifference to their suffering — even to their very existence. . . He is guiltless.”

While some may immediately envision the thousands of kids in cages (hundreds of whom have never been reunited with their parents), others will, of course, focus on Trump’s Operation Warp Speed, the mass-injection of Americans with an unproven (and, we know, unnecessary) concoction that has killed hundreds of thousands of innocent, trusting individuals, permanently disabled hundreds of thousands of others, and sterilized untold thousands of others. While it is a crime against humanity like no other, Trump sees it as a huge success, primarily because it accomplished what he, and his fellow Rand acolytes wanted: billions for his friends, depopulation, and the kick-off to transhumanism, and the nanotechnology-assisted ability to enslave and control the masses. (Let me interject here to say I am discussing an issue of humanity, not one of left/right, red/blue. I am also not slamming
Trump just to slam Trump. I am apolitical. I am simply providing facts and things to ponder.)

Moving on, while you may have heard Trump recently announced he is again running for the presidency in 2024, you may not know of the [very profitable] side-gig he has long had, in an industry in which he has consistently performed, for decades: public speaking.

A Collection of Get Motivated Seminar Speakers

While the picture above shows some of the speakers who have performed at Get Motivated motivational seminars, illustrating that Trump isn’t the only one cashing in on this multi-billion-dollar industry, Trump is the only one using it as an actual fundraiser, drumming up support for his 2024 run for the presidency.

To be clear, these seminars are no different than the Trump University ones I described; and while the speakers here are paid much more than those were, they do in fact also sell product, programs, books and subscriptions. Trump, however, has taken it to a whole new level (or, more accurately, new depth), as reported:

In a May 2022 article, they reported he was on the “American Freedom Tour” (AFT), a seminar company run by a man named Brian Forte ( Forte also helped run the Get Motivated Seminars, along with his sister, Tamara Lowe and her now ex-husband, Peter. While those were typically either free, or almost free (the speakers are counting on their ability to sell you product), the American Freedom Tour (only the name has changed) is clearly using their platform as a for-profit political campaign.

The Axiom article states that Forte himself even got on stage and just flat-out asked for donations (!) from people who had already paid to be there. He did this after Trump had spoken, going so far as to put a big ol’ QR Code on screens throughout the arena, so that people could photograph it with their phones and donate. He did this despite the fact that many had paid $4000 or more to be there! [For the record, Get Motivated, a company repeatedly labeled as a scam, was sold, then sued for $12 million, so they appear to have just changed names to continue doing business. I have no idea as to the legality of that, but I do know that’s what’s happening. I keep up with them because, in a weird twist, I have personal connections to this company: In 2007, I sold their rep many thousands of branded beachballs to toss around at their concerts. They used the balls but did not pay me the
$10,000 they owed me. I sued and won. Their rep retaliated and sued me for slander. Two years were then wasted, with us both walking away. In the interim, my life was hi-jacked, and turned upside-down. It was only years later that I noticed their rep’s subpoena was sent to EACH of the 95 (freemason) sheriffs in my state. I’ll leave it to you to decide if the targeting I have written about is connected….]

Finally, in July, the Washington Post also ran an article on Trump’s speaking gig entitled Trump’s New Money-maker: Political Speeches To Fans
( They report much the same things Axiom did, adding that people lined up based on how much they had paid. But they also were not aware the money was going to Trump, and for all I know, they may not even care. They are proving what Trump’s handlers work hard to achieve: dazzle the ignorant masses with celebrity and false hope and you can get away with just about anything, including extraordinary cruelty.

Collecting money from people whose enslavement you have initiated without their knowledge while calling it the “American Freedom” tour is diabolical.

Ms. Rand would be proud.

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Ashley Hayes is a former business entrepreneur, patented inventor, researcher, and writer seeking to bring attention to the clearly-organized crimes of unlawful and corrupt law enforcement and fusion center personnel against innocent Americans and citizens worldwide, as well as crimes committed by military contractors via 21st century technology, and to the pandemic of child trafficking by those in power.


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