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Humanity 2.0

Sofia Smallstorm is best known for her research on 9/11, which culminated in the documentary 9/11 Mysteries. She is also known for her analysis of chemtrails. We’ll discuss the tools being used to create humanity 2.0. It would appear there is an agenda to synthetically re-engineer humanity, both physically and mentally. We’ll talk about what some of these aspects the elite would find useful to change may be and how it can be done. How far might this go? Sofia talks about the attributes that seem to be emerging in humanity 2.0. Also, we discuss the secular humanist, transhumanist movement or techno-progressivism that seeks to make man superior but “equal” across the globe. As Earthlings are bombarded with an onslaught of synthetic elements, we’ll discuss how we can remain relatively untouched. Will we see a separation between humanity 1.0 and humanity 2.0? Will we be able to reverse the damage that may occur?

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Transformers: How Federal Grant Money is Buying You GlobalismBruce Jenner's Trans-formation & Terasem TransreligionChemtrails & Pseudo-LifeUnraveling Sandy Hook & The Posthuman Society9/11 Mysteries, Chemtrails, Nanotechnology & The Artificial Environment


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Lana Lokteff

Lana was born of Russian American ancestry. She is the host of Radio 3Fourteen and contributes political/social commentary in the form of articles and videos. Additionally, she offers her view on current news & entertainment in Red Ice TV's livestream show on Saturdays. Lana also owns her own organic clothing line called Lana's Llama. She is passionate about European identity politics, ancestral traditions and health. She lives with her husband in Sweden and part time in America. @LanaLokteff

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