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Dave’s Bio: I am 54 years old and I have children. I lived in NY and I was there for 911 and the North East blackout. I lost my job in 2008 and was laid off. Since 2008 I have been prepping. My wife, kids and I try to eat organic and we try to avoid all chemicals in foods. We make our own bread, food and pizza from scratch. I have a technology background and have worked for large financial institutions. My main job was securing the systems from viruses and hackers and maintaining the trading systems so the money flowed from system to system. I have tried talking to friends and relatives about what was going on but every time I talked about the government, FED and the economic collapse they looked at me like I was crazy. I decided to start a website and broadcast to the world what was going on. I didn’t really think that anyone would really listen to what I was saying when I started it was just a way to get the word out and get it off my chest. I realized as the cost of everything continually increases it is getting harder and harder to live the life of my parents and grandparents. I realized if we all don’t do something our children will not have the opportunities and freedoms the way the founding fathers envisioned.

2 thoughts on “The [DS] Was Transforming America, the Silent Majority Cannot Be Silent Anymore.”
  1. Very much welcome Patrick’s scientific, fact-based background, such bravery to enter the political swamp to try to improve the situation; he demonstrates the scale of challenge ‘normal’ people face trying to get rationality back into decision-making. Extremely well-funded corporate and NGO lobbyists manipulate career politicians, too often compromised, to make policies that have nothing to do with the best interests of the majority of people. An impartial media would help, but no current likelihood of that.
    We need many more Patricks prepared to sacrifice at least a few years of life in the swamp to try to change the toxic structural impediments to proper accountable policy making.

    1. Thank you for the kind words! Over time, we hope to encourage the media to be more responsible.

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