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What happened in Freetopia? Video fable reveals how free societies become bankrupt police states

Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, NaturalNews Editor

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(NaturalNews) NaturalNews editor Mike Adams has just published a video fable called "What happened in Freetopia?" The fable, written and narrated by Adams, tells the story of how free societies collapse into bankrupt police states, even as people attempt to solve problems with good intentions.

The video is available now at YouTube:

And NaturalNews.TV:

The video fable covers subjects such as health freedom, farming freedom, the rise of tyrannical governments, the destruction of personal responsibility, runaway consumerism, gun control, the legalization of hemp, staged terror attacks, fiat currency, the national debt, government surveillance and much more. It's a whirlwind tour of what went wrong with modern society and how we can help restore the freedoms and liberties necessary to create abundance in any society.

Freetopia also exposes numerous economic fallacies including the fallacy that war is good for the economy. (It isn't.) It also reveals how western medicine conspires to keep people sick so that more profits can be generated from human suffering and disease.

The fable even covers the collapse of big government and the restoration of a free society based on liberty and justice rather than oppressive government controls over everything. It concludes with a little-known quote from Thomas Jefferson.

Freetopia began as an article for NaturalNews, says Adams, but quickly expanded into a video storytelling exercise. "I felt it was important to tell the story of the rise and fall of misguided government in a once-free society," explains Adams. "It was a project just begging to be scripted as a video, which I think added considerably to its impact."

Watch the Freetopia video at:


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Adams is also the original author of the well-known fable "The Town of Allopath" which has been popularized on many alternative health websites across the 'net.