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It’s the end of America as you know it. I don’t feel fine, but not as impacted as the middle-class pseudo-intellectuals who are getting a major wake-up call. And they are long overdue.



NTD appears to have pretty consistent anti-Chinese bias. Could be covertly funded by western intelligence, but they are covering the disease in depth.

Internal government documents from China reveal why the regime is refusing to be transparent about the origin of the virus.




What Aaron Mate doesn’t talk about is that ALL the gas attacks have been fraudulent. He has this one story to repeatedly bang the drum on, but he hasn’t studied the entire war.

Seven years ago, 2013:


UN Inspector Carla del Ponte exposes that the rebels are using gas and blaming it on the Syrian government. UN IGNORES her findings and lies about it. Mate never even noticed.


Syria: The First Casualty

Why ISIS Exists



1917 – Review

Posted: May 15, 2020 in -

J. Giambrone


Holy shit.

Few movies can accurately be described as an “achievement.” I had a chance to see this in the theater but didn’t. My bad.

If I’d known Roger Deakins was involved I would have been there. He’s simply the best in the world, pure cinematic genius.

Turns out I have my own parallel with this project. The Scousers is my family’s World War Two story collection. While 1917 is Sam Mendes’ World War One story collection. There’s a deep feeling when recounting history, personal history passed down from your own family members. The stories are undeniably true (in my case) and powerfully gripping (in Mendes’ fictionalization).

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The film has enough twists and turns to keep it thrilling, tries to avoid cliches, and the single-take aesthetic is like a dream. That is where the film shines. When there is no (visible) cutting, it’s like being there. It’s hard to look…

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We now know the name of an official enemy who attacked America on 9/11/01, which our own government has covered up for nearly 20 years. This is not in any way hyperbole.

Musaed Ahmed al-Jarrah

“Starting in the mid-1990s, Jarrah worked as the deputy chief of the Islamic affairs section of the Saudi Embassy in Washington. He left the United States in 2005, after coming under FBI scrutiny because of his suspected ties to other Saudis linked to Al Qaeda, former bureau officials said.”


U.S. Attorney General William Barr has twice argued in federal court statements that the Saudi diplomat’s name and other information from the FBI investigation of the plot constitute “state secrets” that would imperil the nation’s security if they became public. The FBI, the CIA and the Director of National Intelligence submitted a flurry of declarations endorsing that claim.

The Justice Department Accidentally Released the Name of Saudi Official Suspected of Helping the 9/11 Hijackers


“This proves it’s a giant cover-up to protect the Saudis.”

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