Archive for November, 2018


The Media Has Become Filled With Operatives From Intelligence Agencies

For example, in an August 2016 segment, [Malcolm] Nance told MSNBC viewers that “Jill Stein has a show on Russia Today.” Despite the fact that Stein has never had a show on RT, Nance has still not addressed this false statement he made. And the incident reflects on how Nance has portrayed similar issues. Nance has baselessly accused the journalist Glenn Greenwald of being “an agent of Trump and Moscow,” tweeted blatant lies about WikiLeaks to support his claim that WikiLeaks has released doctored emails, and consistently reported even the most factually flimsy “Russian meddling” claims as fact.

…Last year, CNN hired former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, despite Clapper’s record of committing perjury by lying to congress and his recent history of xenophobic and bigoted statements about the Russian people. Other intelligence insiders now working for CNN are Michael Hayden, John Kirby, Lisa Monaco, and Spider Marks.




Insight Lander Ready

Posted: November 29, 2018 in -
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Newssniffer: Guardian Story Changed 3 Times So Far


This is a propaganda war against the one reliable news source on the planet.


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Bohemian Rhapsody – My Review

Posted: November 28, 2018 in -

J. Giambrone


Intended to see this weeks ago, and I’m glad I made it. What a great movie and what a great band. I had the QueenGreatest Hits cassette since the mid-80s. Never knew which order the songs were created in. The film was done so well that I forgot it actually wasn’t Freddie Mercury. Rami Malek should get an Oscar nod. His performance is almost perfect, particularly on stage.

They went big, and it’s been an exceptional year for music movies. Lady Gaga also deserves an Oscar. What a night that would be.

rs_1024x759-181101140810-1024-bohemian-rhapsody-freddi-mercury.jpgBohemian Rhapsody is a biopic with fantastic scale and some intense scenes. Imperfect, you can tell some of the scenes are truncated versions, not the reality. Such is cinema. But, following Freddie through his career is spellbinding.

“He inhabited Freddie to the point where we even started to think of him as Freddie. Really remarkable.”
–Brian May

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