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    Day is still young.
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    I'd not concern myself too much over this, though I would keep the awareness of this alive and current. If things go that way, we will have crossed a line that will either kick off open warring or the end of the last vestiges of our freedoms. It Theye can get away with such a thing, we will in point of fact have waltzed right past the last mile marker for redemption.
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    01-15-2022, 01:53 AM
    I listened to the orals on this and have to say that American "jurisprudence" is, at best, a train wreck. I also listened to orals on the 2A case against NYS. What is so disgusting in listening to these vermin who call themselves "justice" is that they never address these issues in terms of fundamental principles - you know, basic human rights and all that apparent rot - but rather in the context of irrelevancies such as "text and tradition". Perhaps we should re-visit Jim Crow and lynchings on with "text and traditions" as the standards of reassessment, eh? "It is our finding that having a good old lynching Friday nights is indeed a fine and ancient tradition that ought not be disrespected. Then there's all the writins' 'o dem grand dragons dat say dem darkies gotsta go! So git yer guns, yer horses, and some good stiff rope 'n go hang yerselves a couple 'a niggrahs 'n send d'rest back t'Afrikka where tradition says they belong.' They didn't even cite WHICH traditions or texts, that I can recall, but spoke only in general vagaries. What in hell goes on there? Every time they get specific, it is ALWAYS against our freedoms and never in favor. Are these people insane?
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    01-14-2022, 05:38 PM
    I'd be more inclined to see them as international terrorists.
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    01-14-2022, 04:54 PM
    I'm assuming on a list or two... especially after my little tete-a-tete with DHS at Newark airport back in '13. I don't think the FBI was too happy with me, either.
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    01-14-2022, 12:39 AM
    Visitor logs obtained by DailyMail.com reveal Jeffrey Epstein was not always alone when he visited the Clinton White House between 1993 and 1995 Records show he brought along eight women, including his girlfriends Celina Midelfart, Eva Andersson, Francis Jardine, and Ghislaine Maxwell His relationship with the four other women who accompanied him - Jennifer Garrison; *Shelley Gafni (Israeli model who would have been about 20 years old then); Jennifer Driver; Lyoubov Orlova - is unclear Flight logs from Epstein's private planes tally with White House visitor records showing the eight women were with him during his visits Maxwell's high-profile trial in New York heard sensational claims that Epstein was seeing Midelfart, now 48, - a Norwegian heiress - in the mid 1990s
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    01-14-2022, 12:07 AM
    I really think all that crack did something to Mike's brain.
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    01-13-2022, 08:49 PM
    https://freedomisobvious.blogspot.com/2022/01/lemons-to-lemonade.html Democrats have been pushing for a so-called "voting rights" bill, HR4. Scanning the document, it is a nightmare of indirection such that anyone seeking the least hope of divining so much as a scrap of reliable meaning from it would have to engage in significant labor, going step-by-step, inserting and removing text from the extant statutes as the legislation proposes to amend. I have discerned a few nuggets, none of them looking good for liberty, but cannot claim to have done so sufficiently to form an intelligent assessment of the bill. Suffice to say that it is an act of Congress, which in itself should set anyone with an IQ into a state of deep suspicion and high alert. My purpose here is to offer a raving mad idea about which to think in terms of possible future chicanery on the part of sitting Democrats and their political machinery. I hope that by putting this idea out, perhaps it will aid in some small way to thwart any such notion on their parts, having been forestalled though exposure. We must remain alert because where politics are concerned, nearly anything is possible.
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    01-11-2022, 07:11 AM
    As I just now noted in another post, Theye are now engaging in what clearly appears as a damage control campaign to forestall and mitigate the potential consequences to come in the wake of what currently appears to be the in-progress collapse of the official covid narrative. But what if there is something far more sinister at work here? How could it be more so than what we've enjoyed since 2019? Glad you asked. Some may recall that at the beginning of all of this I offered the obviously paranoid thought that this could all be a prelude to something far worse - that the objective of this covid deal is to fatigue the population to such a point that no longer do they trust a word Theye say, nor will they obey orders. This appears to be coming to pass. The fatigue bit is now long-established. People are just worn the hell out by the endless bad news, the idiotic mandates, the fear mongering, the seemingly endless phalanx of new "variants", the guilt-shame campaigns and demonizing of those who are not quite buying the baloney, and so forth. Entire populations are now openly protesting in Europe, Canada, and Australia, clearly fed-up to their eyeballs with Theire gross excesses of abuse and the threats they now clearly present to the people at large, not to mention the young. Scanning various outlets, the sentiments of this state of being fed-up can be well nutshelled by a single statement I saw posted just this morning which read, "I will never trust public health officials again", which brings me directly to the point I wish to make.
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    01-11-2022, 06:06 AM
    As I do my meager scans of media outlets, I have noted in the past few days what appears now to be something of a trend in both media and from certain official sources such as CDC. I was not quite sure about it at first and cannot say I am now, though my suspicions are far stronger today. The relevant parties, what we might refer to as the "Themme" of the covid narrative, now appear to be engaging in what strongly resembles damage control. Out of their backsides CDC suddenly pull a clear backpedal to the "death by covid" claims of about one million Americans, stating that as much as 75% of those attributions may have been wrong, due in most part to co-morbidities. And yet, just a week or two ago those of us who have pointed this out for the past two years were still being labeled as "conspiracy theorists". Right. I just watched a CNN clip where some CDC director put it out that up to 75% of reported covid deaths were not due to covid. This is a stark departure from previous claims, leading me to suspect that as this narrative collapses under its own ponderous lie-mass, those who have been peddling this baloney just might be wondering whether their own necks might be heading toward some accountability. They must be smart enough to see that their careers are on the line, at the very least. This clear reversal has been sudden and fairly violent, leading me to wonder what is really going on here.
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    01-10-2022, 04:44 PM
    It will be instructive to observe where this all ends up and how Theye try to explain it away. What twist will they try to employ?
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    01-10-2022, 02:26 AM
    It's pretty obvious, to me, that what is being covered up has next to nothing to do with the girls. Not that certain people wouldn't want that hushed up - they would - but it's what certain parties are doing internationally, politically, financially, like their war crimes and crimes against humanity and buying the leaders and influential people in other countries to loot their resources is much more important to keep hidden. I'm not clear on what you think could be worse than some of what we've discussed. If he was laundering money, involved in weapons and drug trafficking, etc, for Israel, that's as evil and Satanic as it gets. For instance, it's a fact that Israel has a close relationship with Islamic terrorists (ISIS, al Nusra, al Qaeda and others) and weapons could be going to them. Look at what they've done to Syria. That is demonic. Hundreds of thousands of innocent people have been murdered, populations scattered to the wind, entire cites destroyed, in just that one example. Now, if something else like blood sacrifice occult rituals and eating babies was going on, that would be a different level of terrible but I don't think that's deal here and nobody would have to pay Epstein any fortune for that. The money, who it came from and for what is what's being covered up.
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    01-10-2022, 01:51 AM
    IMO, every single thought, word and deed that we chose in this life either is aligned with God or it is not. So, I'm with you on your general message. There is not a doubt in my mind that shit like Eyes Wide Shut is real and I've had some conversations (online) with people who have experienced some of that. In fact, one of them appeared naked, on a castle veranda, in front of a huge crowd in one of those gigantic, manicured gardens, in some kind occult ceremony, in Europe. Epstein may have been invited into that kind of society or those who inhabit it might have been happy to just to pay him for whatever he was doing for them. I would think the latter because he wasn't born into wealth like his buddy, Andrew. I wouldn't categorize what Kubrick showed in EWS as "just another orgy". It wasn't. He was giving a peek into the elite levels of the establishment, for whom people like the most infamous politicians are nothing but flunkies who do their bidding (and are richly rewarded for selling their souls). For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places. ^^THAT
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    01-09-2022, 09:38 AM
    osan created an article Freedom Begins With You in Top News
    https://freedomisobvious.blogspot.com/2022/01/the-warriors-path-perfect-trajectory-to.html A good thing that has emerged during this time of festering tyranny is the awakening of growing numbers of people to the greater truths of freedom. Hard times tend to make good men, but unlike in times past, we now have a global information network, the broader effects of which I suspect were something which Theye failed to take into account. Of late Theye have been attempting to bring the public forum of information exchange under greater control through cancel culture and other measures. The good news is that thus far Theye have been mostly failing, despite their ever more seemingly frantic efforts to silence dissent and defiance. Opinions regarding the quality of humanity's future vary widely from the pollyanna to the apocalyptic. Those on the more naively optimistic end speak often of their faith that liberty and good shall ultimately triumph. I share the hope of it, but insofar as the faith bit...
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    01-09-2022, 12:18 AM
    The face (and brain) of affirmative action.
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    01-08-2022, 11:29 PM
    No. I mean, c'mon, man. How are we any different from machines?
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    01-08-2022, 10:15 PM
    In 2015, the Israeli newspaper Haaretz reported that Epstein invested in the startup Reporty Homeland Security (rebranded as Carbyne in 2018). The startup is connected with Israel's defense industry. It is headed by former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak, who was also at one time the defense minister, and chief of staff of the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF). The CEO of the company is Amir Elihai who was a special forces officer, and Pinchas Bukhris, who is a director of the company, was at one time the defense ministry director general and commander of the IDF cyber unit 8200. Epstein and Barak, the head of Carbyne, were close, and Epstein often offered him lodging at one of his apartment units at 301 East 66th Street in Manhattan. Epstein had past experience with Israel's research and military sector. In April 2008, he went to Israel and met with a number of research scientists and visited different Israeli military bases. During this trip, he thought about staying in Israel in order to avoid trial, and possible jail, for charges he was facing for sex crimes; however, he opted to return to the United States. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jeffrey_Epstein#Early_life And that's from ziopedia so it would be only the tippy top of the iceberg. I suspect that Epstein's curating of people of scientific achievement had to do with benefits for Israel.
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    01-08-2022, 09:56 PM
    Thanks for the movie and I didn't know about the asst prosecutor being former DIA. Yes, blackmail, if that went on, isn't an end itself. The purpose to buy influence favorable to the blackmailing party. Influence for what entity? Pretty obvious. Wexner fits the profile of Sayanim: Sayanim (Hebrew: סייענים) are Jews who live outside of Israel and often hold citizenships of countries they reside in, but who volunteer or are recruited clandestinely by Mossad to assist with their operations. The word Sayanim is Hebrew for "assisters" or "collaborators". The term Sayanim itself is plural, with a single one being a Sayan (Hebrew: סייענ). Former Mossad officer Victor Ostrovsky, wrote extensively about activities of the Sayanim, as has Gordon Thomas. "According Ostrovsky and Gordon Thomas, the sayanim provide assistance of various kinds to Mossad officers operating in foreign countries. This assistance can include facilitating medical care, money, logistics, and even overt intelligence gathering. They can be judges, court clerks, expert witnesses, child protective service workers, Assistant District Attorneys, police officers, or anyone with a great degree of power over people's lives, and will do anything at the behest of Mossad case officers (known as a katsa) for the State of Israel against its enemies or those perceived to be unfavorable politically to Israeli policy." Sayanim are not paid and are only reimbursed for their expenses.
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    01-08-2022, 09:33 PM
    Since you quoted me, I guess you're talking to me or, at least, including me. Pedos aren't into adults or teens. That's all I was saying in an effort for some accuracy. That term gets thrown around as though it applies to any adult sexually attracted to anyone under 18 and it is not accurate. "Pedo" comes from the Greek referring to child (pais). What Epstein was a "ephebophile" (finally looked that up). The Pizzagate stuff is pedophilia (little kids), based upon the emails, social media posts and Podesta's "art" collection. I'm not accepting any media narrative. I'm arguing against it. I also don't rule out many possibilities as to what he was up to but it's speculation. we can't rule out any possibilities in the absence of evidence Well, if you want a solid theory, you need evidence. Without it we're left to speculation, which is fine but shouldn't be stated as fact. We can speculate that he held Satanic rituals and he and his cohorts were cannibals but there is no evidence for that. The evidence shows us that Epstein was into teenage and 20 something females and roped them in with false promises and money. It also shows that somebody was paying him a hell of a lot of money and we don't know what for. The media and prosecutors, with the focus on the girls, has successfully covered up the issue of the money which is the real story here, imo.
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    01-08-2022, 08:41 PM
    Well, what are you thinking, exactly - some kind of Satanic ritual stuff?
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    01-08-2022, 02:18 PM
    https://freedomisobvious.blogspot.com/2022/01/the-warriors-path-perfect-trajectory-to.html A good thing that has emerged during this time of festering tyranny is the awakening of growing numbers of people to the greater truths of freedom. Hard times tend to make good men, but unlike in times past, we now have a global information network, the broader effects of which I suspect were something which Theye failed to take into account. Of late Theye have been attempting to bring the public forum of information exchange under greater control through cancel culture and other measures. The good news is that thus far Theye have been mostly failing, despite their ever more seemingly frantic efforts to silence dissent and defiance. Opinions regarding the quality of humanity's future vary widely from the pollyanna to the apocalyptic. Those on the more naively optimistic end speak often of their faith that liberty and good shall ultimately triumph. I share the hope of it, but insofar as the faith bit...
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