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  • jmdrake's Avatar
    Today, 02:48 PM
    That's a whole different level of provocation. We've had crippling sanctions on Iran for God knows how long. When's the last time an Iranian went on shooting rampage at a U.S. military base? But start actually bombing Iran and see what happens. The FBI was most certainly involved. But not everyone involved was an FBI informant. That's why the informant said "I told you let me use harmless powder." His though was he wanted a sting operation. The FBI wanted a real bombing.
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    Today, 02:36 PM
    Hmmmm...sounds like Julian Assange, Chelsea Manning and would have been Edward Snowden if he hadn't been wise enough to skip the country. Thanks for sharing and happy belated false flag day! Hmmmm...I had always heard Britain broke the code. But that gave plausible deniability to FDR and, in a way, never made sense. Thanks to your article I decided to look that up. The U.S. indeed had prior knowledge of Pearl Harbor. https://io9.gizmodo.com/how-the-u-s-cracked-japans-purple-encryption-machine-458385664 The Purple Cipher was one of the most complex and well developed cryptographic methods of its time, and although it was eventually cracked, it kept top secret Japanese messages from prying eyes for almost two years during World War II. After a great effort by U.S. cryptanalysis the code was broken and used against its makers, tracking Japanese Naval troop movement as well as other military communications. Unlike the Red Cipher, the U.S. tried taking full advantage of this by keeping it a well-guarded secret from the Japanese and its allies so that the messages would continue to be sent in the broken code. The U.S. ceased and broke a multitude of Japanese secret messages, even some containing the plans for the attack on Pearl Harbor which could have been used to prepare. However, as history reveals, not all of these were used to their full potential.
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  • jmdrake's Avatar
    Today, 02:12 PM
    When did we bomb Russia or Venezuela? :confused: Also being a 9/11 truther and subscribing to the blowback theory are not mutually exclusive. Are you aware of the admitted facts behind the 1993 WTC bombing? Some of the terrorists were of the "blowback" variety whereas the man who made the bomb was an FBI informant. Please watch:
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  • jmdrake's Avatar
    Today, 02:08 PM
    Mrs. AF sounds like a great woman! :) Okay. I don't think I communicated as effectively as I could. Let me try again. What do Andrew Yang, Donald Trump, Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders all have in common? Answer? They all love to hate on Jeff Bezos of Amazon. Me personally? I'm trying to make money off Jeff Bezos and Amazon. (I've sold a few things but I don't keep my store up like I should). So the billionaire leader of the "truth, justice, anti-deep state" party is stoking the same billionaire envy that the socialist millionaire democrats are stoking. Oh...but it's because Bezos is "not paying taxes." Okay. But neither does Trump. Trump is giving away "free money" to military contractors. The millionaire socialists want to spend money on healthcare and community gardens and organic grocery stores in the projects. Actually the community garden/organic grocery store in the projects isn't a bad idea if done right. That could be a way to introduced capitalism in the hood. It's a better use of taxpayer money than drone bombing Houthi rebels in Yemen. But...I'm supposed to be okay with the ridiculous increase in military spending because......why is that again? And yes, I know you aren't backing Trump on that. I'm just saying we're being given a choice that's no choice. Carry on!
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    Today, 01:52 PM
    Debra Medina shot herself in the foot. The first GB interview was okay but Beck smeared her. Then she came back on Beck, she should have stayed away the same way Rand Paul avoided Rachel Maddow and she smeared him, and let Beck maneuver her into calling some of her own supporters despicable. I don't think Alex Jones handled the aftermath right, but he didn't immediately attack her. The 9/11 truther community was in general hopping mad with Medina for several days before Jones said anything. Medina did later come back and try to fix things up by saying that something was wrong with her earpiece and she didn't understand what she was agreeing to but by then the damages was done and she seemed disloyal. In contrast, Trumps one quality is loyalty and an appreciation for loyalty. After Charlottesville he wasn't even willing to be disloyal to alt-right thugs. Steve Bannon called them all "clowns" and threw them under the bus. But Trump's approach was to at first say "There good people on both sides" and only condemned the violence after being called out on it from others. Also in many ways Trump is the truther dream president. He's come further than any major U.S. politician to question 9/11. The one uniting principle of 9/11 truth is that the U.S. government could have stopped 9/11 but didn't. The wars, the Patriot Act, the DHS, the TSA and other abuses all stem from the believe that the U.S. government didn't have the tools to stop 9/11. When Trump told Jeb Bush "Your brother didn't protect us on 9/11" that was a watershed moment. I fully expected Trump to lose after that. Instead he gained momentum. Yes in many ways Trump is a terrible president and Alex Jones has carried his water. Infowars.com was virtually silent of the face scanning camera and airports issue. I know because I checked....multiple times. Now that Trump has (reportedly) rolled that back they are praising him for doing that and I guess that's at least worth something. But had that been a president Hillary Clinton, Alex Jones would have been screaming from the top of the Washington Monument that the face scanning cameras needed to come down.
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    Today, 01:51 PM
    At 2:19 from the shooter: Oh American, people. I'm not against you for being American. I don't hate you because of your freedoms. I hate you because because every day you are supporting, funding and committing crimes not only against Muslims but also humanity.
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  • Anti Federalist's Avatar
    Today, 01:24 PM
    Bingo...doesn't fit the narrative. Will be gone and forgotten in a day or two.
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    Today, 01:06 PM
    LOL - This is like arguing with Mrs. AF on this issue, she's in your corner on this. She was thinking of getting the owners of the restaurant and farm to table market she works for a Christmas gifts through a chip-in with the employees. They treat them pretty well and she figured it would be a nice gesture. Well, you'd think she had lobsters crawling out of her ears: "Why would you do that, they're rich, they have everything they need, that's just brown nosing". (And AFAIK, all woemen and all democrats)
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  • Anti Federalist's Avatar
    Today, 12:51 PM
    Bring the troops home, end the endless wars, use them to secure OUR borders to keep revenge seeking jihadists and failed communists OUT. "The talk must stop. We must secure our borders now. A nation without secure borders is no nation at all. It makes no sense to fight terrorists abroad when our own front door is left unlocked." - Ron Paul's Presidential Campaign 2008
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  • Madison320's Avatar
    Today, 12:44 PM
    I like the idea of a conference winner but only if it gives you an automatic berth into the playoff. The way it is now, I agree, they should just skip it. I hate voting when it comes to sports. It reminds me of gymnastics or figure skating. I think it's funny that during the game the announcers will not talk about it the fact that Ohio State/LSU/Clemson will still get in if they lose. I'm almost positive they've been instructed not to.
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  • Madison320's Avatar
    Today, 12:36 PM
    I would take the top 4 out of the 5 conference winners. Still a little subjective but a lot more objective than it is now.
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  • jmdrake's Avatar
    Today, 11:49 AM
    I 100% agree with that last statement! And I think that's why Trump asked for the investigation on Biden. It's not that he wanted to "dig up dirt" on Biden. The dirt was already out there. He wanted to create controversy and chaos. The overwhelming majority had not heard of Hunter Biden or the infamous Joe Biden CFR speech prior to the "whistleblower" leak. All of that could have been staged.
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    Today, 11:46 AM
    Considering that his only real competition in 2016 was Hillary "superpredator" and "I keep hot sauce in my purse to pander to blacks" Clinton, why is that at all surprising? Do you honestly think that Michelle Obama couldn't have snatched the crown from both Bernie and Hillary if she had jumped in? Or Joe Biden? Also consider this. Do you know what both Occupy Wall Street on the left and the early Tea Party movement on the right had in common? Understandable anger towards the TARP bailout and the "too big to fail" banks. People in general know they're being screwed. They just think it's the other guy's party doing it. Such people are easily manipulated to their own pet issues.
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    Today, 11:24 AM
    That's just it. A law might have been violated. If Trumps state of mind when he asked for an investigation of Biden was "I want help taking down a political opponent because I can do whatever the hell I want under Article II" that's a crime. If, on the other hand, Trump's state of mind was "I have a duty to faithfully execute the laws. Joe Biden may have committed bribery or extortion. I want that investigated and need help." That's not a crime. That Trump would say something so brazenly ignorant and corrupt as "I can do whatever I want as president under Article II" goes to a possibly criminal mens rea. Mens rea is simply law speak for "state of mind." For some laws the state of mind when the act was done is the differentiated factor between guilt and innocence.
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    Today, 11:16 AM
    At 0:43 "Can two men reproduce?"...."No. But God knows we keep trying." Edit: Back to the subject at hand. A body 435 men who are constantly jockeying each other for position is a less dangerous entity than a singular executive that who thinks Article II gives him carte blance to do whatever the hell he wants. Yes other presidents have acted like that, but at least they didn't come out and say it.
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    Today, 11:11 AM
    At 2:19 from the shooter: Oh American, people. I'm not against you for being American. I don't hate you because of your freedoms. I hate you because because every day you are supporting, funding and committing crimes not only against Muslims but also humanity.
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    Today, 10:51 AM
    OK, fair enough points addressing the current race as it stands. But Bernie was winning in 2016, before all these other clowns and before Trump as POTUS. There is just no denying that there is large, possibly large enough to elect a president, voting bloc out there that are flat out, for real, USSR style commies.
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  • TER's Avatar
    Today, 10:11 AM
    AJ is a puppet of M O S S A D
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  • donnay's Avatar
    Today, 10:02 AM
    Nah, typical hit pieces I have seen over the years and not convincing to anyone who regularly listens to Infowars. I have been listening to Alex Jones for over 20 years, and there are things I certainly disagree with him about, but I know he has been more right than wrong. David Knight is one of my favorite reporters who has moved away from the libertarian party for the same reasons I have.
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    Today, 09:55 AM
    Yes, Robert Barnes is a very intelligent man. He is also helping with the Nick Sandman case.
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  • jmdrake's Avatar
    Today, 09:46 AM
    The whole video is worth watching. But the part I'm referencing is at 1:23:00
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    Today, 09:42 AM
    You can't have a monarchy with 435 people.
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    Today, 09:20 AM
    I used to be a fan of the show. I quit after AJ went full retard/Trumpbot. Here is a truth that isn't being told. Prior to Trump, Alex Jones wall all "This is probably a false flag" whenever a Muslim terror attack happened, all the while qualifying his remarks with "Of course there are real terrorists out there." I remember after the Boston Marathon bombing, he had the mother of the bombers on to help explain why her sons were not terrorists. Then...at some point, he flipped the script. He now demonizes Muslims more than the MSM that he used to accuse of demonizing Muslims. I noticed this especially in the aftermath of the San Bernadino shooting. AJ was all "Prosecute the families of the terrorists" and ignoring real questions that pointing to it possibly being a false flag including reports of more shooters. Something is definitely different at infowars.com.
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    Today, 09:14 AM
    I read through part of the report on grounds for impeachment posted by @presense. I found this quote shocking. Third we consider President Trump’s claim that his actions are protected becauseof his right under Article II of the Constitution “to do whatever I want as president.” This claim is wrong, and profoundly so, because our Constitution rejects pretensions tomonarchy and binds Presidents with law. That is true even of powers vested exclusively inthe chief executive. If those powers are invoked for corrupt reasons, or wielded in anabusive manner harming the constitutional system, the President is subject to impeachment for “high Crimes and Misdemeanors.” This is a core premise of the impeachment power. Reading that I was like "surely this was taken out of context." So...I looked up the context. And then I got sick to my stomach. Frankly I am more disturbed by the brain dead cheering of the crowd than I am by the words of Trump. Who the hell cheers on a president falsely saying Article II means he can do whatever he wants as president? No it does not! Article II enumerates and limits the powers of the president.
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    Today, 08:59 AM
    What, no examples? Nice broad-brush strokes you use to paint the picture. :rolleyes: If Jones wasn't a problem, to the establishment, there would be no negative reports about him. They have tried sueing him, that doesn't seem to be working too well.
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    Today, 08:52 AM
    Thanks for posting this! This quote on page 5 caught my eye. Third we consider President Trump’s claim that his actions are protected becauseof his right under Article II of the Constitution “to do whatever I want as president.” This claim is wrong, and profoundly so, because our Constitution rejects pretensions tomonarchy and binds Presidents with law. That is true even of powers vested exclusively inthe chief executive. If those powers are invoked for corrupt reasons, or wielded in anabusive manner harming the constitutional system, the President is subject to impeachment for “high Crimes and Misdemeanors.” This is a core premise of the impeachment power WTH?
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    Today, 08:46 AM
    Meh. He should save he feces, duck tape it to a wall, and claimed he returned the artwork.
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  • donnay's Avatar
    Today, 08:45 AM
    Yes it is hypocritical and deceptive which is what they do the best. This is why they hate transparency the most.
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    Today, 08:41 AM
    jmdrake replied to a thread Chess Boxing? in Open Discussion
    LOL. There should be a thread of your best comments. This one had me rolling!
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