(video) Anti-virus pioneer John McAfee Reveals New Project to Stop NSA Spying & Why People are Indifferent

“The reason that many people are indifferent is because it’s easy…. If you don’t know then you can imagine anything you want and pretend that that’s true. … We don’t want to know many times because if we know we have to do something. We don’t want to do anything because doing something is scary.” – John McAfee

“They think they’re protected by not caring, but their ‘not caring’ is what’s allowing the evil to take over.” – Alex Jones

Transcribed by me.

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Why people are indifferent at minute-14:55[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=95Y7k7jajKE]John McAfee Reveals New Project to Stop NSA Spying


Published on Oct 7, 2013

Anti-virus software pioneer John McAfee, who buried himself in the sand to hide from police in Belize, faked a heart attack in a Guatemalan detention center and admits playing the “crazy card,” says he’s now ready for his next adventure: a return to Silicon Valley.

At age 67, McAfee is promising to launch a new cybersecurity company that will make the Internet safer for everyone.

“My new technology is going to provide a new type of Internet, a decentralized, floating and moving Internet that is impossible to hack, impossible to penetrate and vastly superior in terms of its facility and neutrality. It solves all of our security concerns,” McAfee said in an interview with this newspaper. http://www.whoismcafee.com/john-mcafe…


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[Willfully ignorant] Dr. Doug Rokke: People won’t acknowledge what the US has really done because the foundation for everything they’ve believed and what they’ve trusted literally collapses…

Almost 2 hours with Gerald Celente: “People don’t want to believe that their country is going under. They don’t want to admit that they’ve been had.” “You’re going to start seeing a thinning of the herd. And the people that are going to move forward and make it will be that 20%.”

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