Join Newsbud’s founder Sibel Edmonds as she announces she will be in Austin, Texas with members of the Newsbud team to take on the Gulen network and their pocketed politicians on Tuesday December 12, [school to be announced] 7:30 to 9:30 am. and downtown 10 a.m. to noon.
The Gulen Network [$50 billion operation; a radical terrorist movement head quartered in the USA] has pocketed more politicians both elected and appointed in Texas than elsewhere. The top two states are Illinois and Texas so this is why we decided Texas would be an ideal place to hold this event, implement it, and provide an example that we the people are not powerless. To learn more watch the following video.
KILLING ED is a new documentary feature film that exposes a shocking truth: that one of the largest networks of taxpayer-funded charter schools in the U.S. are a worst-case-scenario—operated with questionable academic, labor, and H1-B visa standards by members of the “Gülen Movement” – a rapidly expanding, global Islamic group whose leader, Fethullah Gülen, lives in seclusion in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania.
KILLING ED enlightens its audiences everywhere with a shocking, first-hand look inside the schools while revealing the corruption of those attempting to privatize our public schools through education ‘reform’ in America.
If you know people in Texas please share this with them, and share it with others where the Gulen movement is spreading or heading. Thank you.
I posted the following earlier today and perceive the Newsbud video about Texas is validation:
To end the B.E.A.S.T. system and free ourselves require a prolific number of humans to meet with government leaders to demand the end of a quiet war against the human psyche, and safe transition from all silent weapons, or else they resign.
The awareness protocol Newsbud generates for Texas can likely be modified for people to shut down other harmful situations [silent weapons] like chemtrails. The sooner the better for everyone!
Doreen Ann Agostino
Without Prejudice and Without Recourse
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