The Inconvenience of Protecting Liberty with Holland Vandennieuwenhof – Episode 098
Apr 20th, 2012 | By Off The Grid Radio | Category: Radio | Print This Article
Yesterday marked the 17th anniversary of the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal building in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. It may seem that everything that could be said about that event has been said, and that now it’s a collective scar on the soul of our country—much the way the Twin Towers and 9/11 scarred us—and that all we can do is to live in the aftermath, picking up the pieces of our lives and moving on.
The question becomes, however – should the protection of liberty and the search for the truth be constrained to a schedule or timeframe? Should the truth, the truth that our government wants to hide from its citizens at all costs, be relegated to the back bin of history simply because the story is old and worn, and the actors have faded from center stage?
Today’s guest on Off the Grid Radio reminds us that political elites and tyrants will stop at nothing to destroy our basic freedoms with their attempts to dominate us. Holland Vandennieuwenhof, one of the producers of A Noble Lie, joins us as we remember this tragic day, reminding us once again that freedom, as Ronald Reagan stated so succinctly, is always just one generation away from extinction.
- How the mainstream media and the Justice Department have hidden the truth of that day from the American people
- How one man’s search for justice for his dead brother has the FBI scrambling
- How your government tries to entice patriots to break the law
- Is a decades-old mind control project part of the Oklahoma City story?
- And more…
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