Koala Putting Up Obola Tyranny is Disease Posters Baltimore – Agenda 21 NWO Conspiracy Illuminati

Alex Jones from InfoWars announced a video contest about a week ago for anyone interested in putting up flyers or posters with the #obola #tyrannyisthedisease theme in legal public places. This was all for the purpose of spreading awareness to the lack of foresight or proper procedure the Obama administration is taking in response to the recent Ebola epidemic.

Of course, this contest was also conceived to drive major traffic to InfoWars’ news channel, which deserves and needs as much attention as possible. InfoWars is one of the few sources of news or current information backed up by reliable and authoritative sources, aimed to seek and spread truth, not skewed by sinister agendas.

We barely had any time to design our simple poster, make copies and put them up, shoot the video, and edit before we submitted. We started less than a day before the contest submission and ended up with the video below. If I didn’t have to fulfill family and work responsibilities, I would’ve definitely started earlier! Some time is better than no time, though, right? I am still thankful I could get something up. My computer also conveniently kept crashing minutes before the contest ended—of course. Technology is awesome.

Below is the poster I came up with. Pay attention to the symbols (circle inside triangle, upside down cross, Caduceus looking like a syringe for vaccine, etc):

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Without further ado, here is our assistant Burinki the Koala driving around posting our poster for the people of Baltimore, Maryland on October 24, all while jamming to Muse.

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Rachel is a certified Yoga teacher, a Les Mills instructor, a wife, and graphic and web designer. She likes cooking healthy food from scratch, being creative while productive, writing, and listening to new wave music. Mostly, Rachel likes to read books on spirituality and philosophy. Despite her fascination with a dystopian future, she is generally a very cheerful person!

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