Red Pill Report (VII)

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Red Pill: Google – “We Scan All Gmail Messages”

Red Pill: The United States of SWAT?

Red Pill: Google – The Unelected Superpower

Red Pill: Fast Food CEO’s make 1000 times workers pay

Red Pill: Why you should be skeptical of Walmart’s cheap organic food

Red Pill: An I.T. worker writes – ‘Emotionally, we are broken’

Red Pill: Retail store closures soar in 2014

Red Pill: Poverty is killing us

Red Pill: Australia – The cost’s are spiralling

Red Pill: Is the New Zealand economy set to crash? House prices are ridiculous

Red Pill: Last Testament of a loving father, abused by the U.S. family court system

Red Pill: An Open Letter To Chelsea Clinton’s Unborn Child

Red Pill: American Children Are The Prisoners of Women

Red Pill: Japanese government hides the truth – Fukushima radiation killing children and TEPCO workers

Red Pill: Job prospects for Law School graduates are so bad there are ads for “Volunteer Attorneys”!

Red Pill: Congratulations! Your town has an MRAP and is ready for war

Red Pill: Only the 1% can afford to teach in higher education – “adjunct” professors live in poverty

Blue Pill: Homeland Security Adviser warns parents their mouthy kids may grow up to be “terrorists”

Blue Pill: Police Magazine – Fourth Amendment is a “hassle”

Blue Pill: Chase bank closing accounts of Porn Stars (because they think they have the moral high ground)

Blue Pill: MSNBC’s Chris Hayes – “preventing global warming is like freeing slaves”

Blue Pill: French mother denied access into U.S. because her name sounds like “Al Qaeda”

The red pill and its opposite, the blue pill, are pop culture symbols representing the choice between embracing the sometimes painful truth of reality (red pill) and the ignorance of illusion (blue pill). The terms, popularized in science fiction culture, derive from the 1999 film ‘The Matrix’.