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    Empire Managers Explain Why This New Protest Movement Scares Them


    Ron Paul Institute
    by Caitlin Johnstone
    May 10, 2024


    The U.S. secretary of state and a Bilderberg surveillance tech oligarch have both made some very interesting admissions about the burgeoning protest movement against the U.S.-backed slaughter in Gaza and the problems it poses for the empire they help run.

    During a vitriolic rant about university demonstrators at the Ash Carter Exchange on Innovation and National Security on Tuesday, Palantir CEO Alex Karp came right out and said that if those on the side of the protesters win the debate on this issue, the west will lose the ability to wage wars.

    For those who don’t know, Palantir is a C.I.A.-backed surveillance and data mining tech company with intimate ties to both the U.S. intelligence cartel and to Israel, playing a crucial role in both the U.S. empire’s sprawling surveillance network and Israeli atrocities against Palestinians.

    Karp is a billionaire who sits on the steering committee of the Bilderberg Group and regularly features at the World Economic Forum and other platforms of plutocratic empire management.



    https://x.com/PalantirTech/status/1788316740847276358


    “We kind of just think these things that are happening, across college campuses especially, are like a sideshow — no, they are the show,” Karp said during his rant. “Because if we lose the intellectual debate, you will not be able to deploy any army in the west, ever.”

    Everyone should listen very carefully to Karp’s words here, because he’s giving the whole game away. He’s making it very clear how crucial it is for the empire to stomp out this protest movement and the zeitgeist upon which it rides, because the very existence of the imperial war machine depends on it.

    At a time when most imperial spinmeisters are trying to dismiss the importance of this movement and what young people are doing on college campuses around the world, this is a really extraordinary admission from someone who lives deep in the guts of the imperial hydra.

    Such conferences are great for obtaining useful information from swamp monsters that you don’t normally hear, because when they’re surrounded by like-minded empire goons they tend to get a lot more loose-tongued than they are when they’re more aware that they have an audience of normal people.

    We saw this illustrated again in a conversation between Sen. Mitt Romney and Secretary of State Antony Blinken at the McCain Institute last week, during which both acknowledged some facts that generally go unstated by such creatures.



    https://youtu.be/7C3QDPRWPUg


    After bemoaning Israel’s lack of success at “PR” regarding its Gaza assault, Romney just came right out and said that this was “why there was such overwhelming support for us to shut down potentially TikTok or other entities of that nature” — with “us” meaning himself and his fellow lawmakers on Capitol Hill.

    “How this narrative has evolved, yeah, it’s a great question,” Blinken responded, saying that at the beginning of his career in Washington everyone was getting their information from television and physical newspapers like The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and The Washington Post.

    “Now, of course, we are on an intravenous feed of information with new impulses, inputs every millisecond,” Blinken continued.


    “And of course, the way this has played out on social media has dominated the narrative. And you have a social media ecosystem environment in which context, history, facts get lost, and the emotion, the impact of images dominates. And we can’t — we can’t discount that, but I think it also has a very, very, very challenging effect on the narrative.”


    Notice how he said the word “narrative” three times? That’s how empire managers talk to each other, because that’s how they think about everything.

    This is because empire managers are always acutely aware of something that normal human beings are not: that real power comes from manipulating the stories — narratives — that people tell themselves about their reality.

    They understand that humans are storytelling animals whose inner lives are typically dominated by mental narratives about what’s happening, so if you can control those narratives, you can control the humans.

    They understand that power is controlling what happens, but true power is controlling what people think about what happens.

    They understand that whoever controls the narrative controls the world.

    That’s what’s going on with all the mass media propaganda, Silicon Valley algorithm manipulation, plutocrat-funded think tanks, and mainstream culture manufacturing in New York and Hollywood. A few clever manipulators understand that you can control a society by controlling its dominant narratives.

    Our rulers don’t think about things like normal people think about them. They don’t think in terms of doing the right thing or acting in a way that benefits everyone. They don’t think in terms of truth and honesty or the lack thereof.

    They only think in terms of what stories people are telling each other, and how those stories can be changed in a way that advances the interests of the empire they manage.

    Empire managers — and highly manipulative people in general — do not use language in the way that normal people use it. Normal human beings use language to connect and communicate, whereas manipulators use it only to extract things they want from people and exert control over them. They do this by working to control the narratives that people have about their material reality.

    That’s why when Romney and Blinken are talking to each other about why people are so upset at Israel, it never even occurs to them to discuss how Israel’s public image is being hurt by its own actions, or to suggest that it could improve that image by simply ceasing to behave in a monstrous way.

    All they talk about is “the narrative” of what Israel is doing, and how people having the ability to share ideas and information with each other online makes that narrative harder to control.

    So while normal people are looking at the bloodshed and horror in Gaza and screaming it needs to stop at the top of our lungs, our rulers are hearing us and thinking, “Oh no, we need to find a way to get them to stop believing that narrative and get them to believe another one.”

    That’s what we’re seeing with all the attempts to stomp out free speech both at demonstrations and online. They understand that if they lose control of the narrative, they won’t be able to deploy their armies anymore.

    So please don’t make the mistake of thinking your attempts to disrupt their narrative control aren’t working. Don’t let anyone tell you your protests don’t make a difference or your dissident speech poses no threat to the powerful. If what you’re doing wasn’t working, empire managers wouldn’t be losing their minds right now.


    Reprinted with permission from CaitlinJohnson.com.au.

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    That must be why they are backing the protests with funding and leadership.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Swordsmyth View Post
    That must be why they are backing the protests with funding and leadership.
    They only think in terms of what stories people are telling each other, and how those stories can be changed in a way that advances the interests of the empire they manage...

    That’s what we’re seeing with all the attempts to stomp out free speech both at demonstrations and online. They understand that if they lose control of the narrative, they won’t be able to deploy their armies anymore.
    Using COINTEL to insert themselves in both sides of the debate so as to better control the narrative couldn't possibly happen, because Swordsmyth never thought of that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by acptulsa View Post
    Using COINTEL to insert themselves in both sides of the debate so as to better control the narrative couldn't possibly happen, because Swordsmyth never thought of that.
    The protests didn't exist until they ginned them up.
    And since they started them and they control them then they can't very well fear them.
    This is just more leftarian nonsense trying to glorify leftist protestors who hate America.
    They don't fear either side of this, it's all one giant distraction and manipulation that they control.
    Any sane and honest person would not be promoting either side.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Swordsmyth View Post
    The protests didn't exist until they ginned them up.
    Prove it. Where did you get this bizarre belief that nobody outside of government ever instigated anything?

    You assume stuff, then build on the assumption, like the foolish man who builds his house upon the sand. And then you're inevitably surprised when the rain and wind come, and great is the fall.
    Last edited by acptulsa; 05-14-2024 at 09:37 AM.

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    Yeah, no young people gonna get upset about tens of thousands of civilians being murdered by weapons supplied, gratis, to a $#@! hole by their government, without being ginned up from the outside.

    Having said that obviously there are feds on both sides, and mossad on at least one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by acptulsa View Post
    Prove it. Where did you get this bizarre belief that nobody outside of government ever instigated anything?

    You assume stuff, then build on the assumption, like the foolish man who builds his house upon the sand. And then you're inevitably surprised when the rain and wind come, and great is the fall.
    Here are a few examples of some detail from the Politico piece:

    Two of the organizers supporting the protests at Columbia University and on other campuses are Jewish Voice for Peace and IfNotNow. Both are supported by the Tides Foundation, which is seeded by Democratic megadonor George Soros and was previously supported by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. . . .
    Another notable Democratic donor whose philanthropy has helped fund the protest movement is David Rockefeller Jr., who sits on the board of the Rockefeller Brothers Fund. It has given nearly $500,000 directly to Jewish Voice for Peace, which explicitly describes itself as anti-Zionist, over the past five years. Rockefeller Brothers has separately given grants to both the Tides Foundation and the Tides Center.

    And don’t forget the Pritzkers:

    Several other groups involved in pro-Palestinian protests are backed by a foundation funded by Susan and Nick Pritzker, heir to the Hyatt Hotel empire — and supporters of Biden and numerous Democratic campaigns, including $6,600 to the Biden Victory Fund a few months ago and more than $300,000 during the 2020 campaign.

    For those unfamiliar with the Pritzker family tree, Nick is a cousin of both Jay Pritzker (Governor of Illinois) and Penny Pritzker (former Obama-era Commerce Secretary and current Board Chair of Harvard, the person most responsible for promoting Claudine Gay to President of that institution).

    MacDougald’s piece at Tablet is even more deeply researched. Some key excerpts:

    According to reporting in the New York Post, the Columbia encampment was principally organized by three groups: Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP), Jewish Voice for Peace (JVP), and Within Our Lifetime (WOL). Let’s take each in turn. . . .

    JVP and its affiliated political action arm, JVP Action, have received at least $650,000 from various branches of George Soros’ philanthropic empire since 2017, $441,510 from the Kaphan Foundation (founded by early Amazon employee Sheldon Kaphan), $340,000 from the Rockefeller Brothers Fund, and smaller amounts from progressive donors such as the Quitiplas Foundation, according to reporting from the New York Post and NGO Monitor, a pro-Israel research institute.

    National SJP is legally a “fiscal sponsorship” of another nonprofit: a White Plains, New York, 501(c)(3) called the WESPAC Foundation. . . .

    The largest single donor to WESPAC, however, appears to be something called the Eutopia Foundation, which donated $550,000 in 2022. . . .

    Eutopia appears to be the project of Albert Wenger, a German American computer scientist and managing partner at the New York venture capital firm Union Square Ventures, and his wife, Susan Danziger. . . .

    WOL’s role appears to be that of shock troops, akin to the role played by black block militants on the anarchist side of the ledger. WOL is, however, connected to more seemingly “mainstream” elements of the anti-Israel movement. Abdullah Akl, a prominent WOL leader—indeed, the man leading the “strike Tel Aviv” chants in the video linked above—is also listed as a “field organizer” on the website of MPower Change, the “advocacy project” led by Linda Sarsour.

    MPower Change, in turn, is a fiscal sponsorship of NEO Philanthropy, another large progressive clearinghouse. NEO Philanthropy and its 501(c)(4) “sister,” NEO Philanthropy Action Fund, have received more than $37 million from Soros’ Open Society Foundations since 2021 alone, as well as substantial funding from the Rockefeller Brothers Fund, the Ford Foundation, and the Tides Foundation.

    The New York Post has undoubtedly made the biggest contribution of all to the unmasking of the organizational structure and funding of the protests. There’s way too much in its many articles for me to cover all of it here, but one important element has been putting a human face on a few of the reprehensible characters who draw salaries from well-funded non-profit groups to train and organize the protesters.

    For example, the Post has reported (on May 6) that one of the main organizers of the protests at Columbia is a 35 year-old non-student by the name of Manolo de los Santos, who runs a non-profit called The People’s Forum.
    De los Santos seems to have nothing but time on his hands to participate in and organize protests, which gives rise to a strong inference that he is being well paid by somebody. Here is a picture of de los Santos from the Post via de los Santos’s own X account:



    According to the Post, TPF has received substantial funding from the philanthropic arm of Goldman Sachs. This excerpt begins with a quote from de los Santos himself:

    “When we finally deal that final blow to destroy Israel, when the state of Israel is finally destroyed and erased from history, that will be the single most important blow we can give to destroying capitalism and imperialism in our lifetime,” De Los Santos said in January in front of a cheering crowd in a now-viral video.
    His remarks were so vicious that South Bronx Rep. Ritchie Torres (D-NY) denounced the speech as “Nazi rhetoric,” and called for Goldman Sachs, whose philanthropy arm used to direct funds to TPF, to
    cut ties with the organization.

    And last but not least, we come to the New York Times version of the same events. Here’s the overview:

    A New York Times review of police records and interviews with dozens of people involved in the protest at Columbia found that a small handful of the nearly three dozen arrestees who lacked ties to the university had also participated in other protests around the country.

    One man who was taken into custody inside Hamilton Hall, the occupied campus building, had been charged with rioting and wearing a disguise to evade the police during a demonstration in California nearly a decade earlier.

    But the examination also revealed that far more of the unaffiliated protesters had no such histories. Rather, they said, they arrived at Columbia in response to word of mouth or social media posts to join the demonstration out of some combination of solidarity and curiosity.

    And then it is one example after another of decent, innocent people just trying to express their deep-felt feelings:

    One of the people arrested at Columbia University this week was a middle-aged saxophonist who headed up to the campus from his Hell’s Kitchen apartment after learning about the protests on social media.

    Another was tending his sidewalk pepper patch a few blocks from the student demonstrations when he learned the police were moving in and, grabbing a metal dog bowl and a spoon to bang against it, rushed to the students’ aid.

    A third had been active in other left-leaning protests across the city but also happened to work as a nanny nearby.

    She went to the university gates on Tuesday and linked arms with other protesters in an unsuccessful attempt to thwart the advancing officers, she said. . . .

    There was little evidence to suggest [the arrested non-students] had helped organize or escalate the protests, and many were arrested without having ever set foot on campus.

    Somehow, the Times manages to avoid any mention of de los Santos.

    As to Lisa Fithian (subject of the May 1 piece in the Post), the Times makes only brief mention to say that although she is a “career activist” who “was captured on video Tuesday apparently urging counterprotesters to step aside so that Hamilton Hall could be barricaded,” she “denied playing any larger role in organizing the Columbia protests” and “was [not] present during the police sweeps on Tuesday.”

    Well, New York Times, of course the paid organizers and trainers aren’t stupid enough to join the building occupations and get themselves arrested.

    I am reminded that the majority of the jurors on the Trump Manhattan criminal jury listed the Times as their main source of news.


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    Your naivete would be endearing if I believed for one moment it was sincere instead of your usual gaslighting support of anything leftist and anti-American.
    Last edited by Swordsmyth; 05-15-2024 at 02:41 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Two.L View Post
    Yeah, no young people gonna get upset about tens of thousands of civilians being murdered by weapons supplied, gratis, to a $#@! hole by their government, without being ginned up from the outside.

    Having said that obviously there are feds on both sides, and mossad on at least one.
    No, they aren't.
    It doesn't affect them personally until the puppet masters make it THE CURRENT THING and cause all the useful idiots, who barely even knew it was happening and still barely know anything about it other than what the puppeteers feed to them in short soundbites, to hop on the bandwagon for a chance to virtue signal and feel good about themselves while continuing to be some of the worst human beings on the planet.
    Never attempt to teach a pig to sing; it wastes your time and annoys the pig.

    Robert Heinlein

    Give a man an inch and right away he thinks he's a ruler

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    I love mankind…it’s people I can’t stand.

    Linus, from the Peanuts comic

    You cannot have liberty without morality and morality without faith

    Alexis de Torqueville

    Those who fail to learn from the past are condemned to repeat it.
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    Behind The Deep State | Hidden Hand Behind Protests on Campuses: Who... and Why?

    https://rumble.com/v4uz97h-behind-th.....-and-wh.html
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    You cannot have liberty without morality and morality without faith

    Alexis de Torqueville

    Those who fail to learn from the past are condemned to repeat it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Swordsmyth View Post
    Here are a few examples of some detail from the Politico piece:
    None of that says any of them started anything, just that they were supporting, organizing, providing shock troops, prolonging and escalating. So again you didn't answer the question.

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    Quote Originally Posted by acptulsa View Post
    None of that says any of them started anything, just that they were supporting, organizing, providing shock troops, prolonging and escalating. So again you didn't answer the question.
    Bunk.
    Organizing = starting.
    And if you want to count one or two useful idiots standing around with homemade signs and chanting to themselves then it doesn't matter, you never would have heard of that and nobody would have been afraid of that.
    I also simply deny that even the useful idiots in ones or twos existed before the globalists sent out their agents and influencers to create the current thing in the minds of the social media fools.
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    Robert Heinlein

    Give a man an inch and right away he thinks he's a ruler

    Groucho Marx

    I love mankind…it’s people I can’t stand.

    Linus, from the Peanuts comic

    You cannot have liberty without morality and morality without faith

    Alexis de Torqueville

    Those who fail to learn from the past are condemned to repeat it.
    Those who learn from the past are condemned to watch everybody else repeat it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swordsmyth View Post
    Bunk.
    Organizing = starting.
    Tell that to Alfred P. Sloane.

    William Crapo Durant founded General Motors, but never got the various companies he got control of working together well enough to cover the market and take advantage of economies of scale.

    Ever hear of Durant Motors? That one never had the advantage of a Sloane making it run in an organized manner. It went broke and shut down.

    Quote Originally Posted by Swordsmyth View Post
    And if you want to count one or two useful idiots standing around with homemade signs and chanting to themselves then it doesn't matter, you never would have heard of that and nobody would have been afraid of that.
    Sounds like you're saying starting =/= organizing to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by acptulsa View Post
    Tell that to Alfred P. Sloane.

    William Crapo Durant founded General Motors, but never got the various companies he got control of working together well enough to cover the market and take advantage of economies of scale.

    Ever hear of Durant Motors? That one never had the advantage of a Sloane making it run in an organized manner. It went broke and shut down.
    That's not what the words means in politics and protesting and you know it.



    Quote Originally Posted by acptulsa View Post
    Sounds like you're saying starting =/= organizing to me.
    No, I'm saying that one or two idiots walking around is not a "protest", it's one or two idiots walking around that you will never hear about on the news.
    And I'm saying that even the one or two idiots were started by the globalists' agents and influencers, if the one or two idiots walking around even exitsed, which they didn't.
    These protests sprang fully formed from the cabal activist groups and their media allies, there never were one or two idiots with homemade signs walking around.
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    You cannot have liberty without morality and morality without faith

    Alexis de Torqueville

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swordsmyth View Post
    That's not what the words means in politics and protesting and you know it.
    That's a ridiculous statement. It's liberals who try to redefine words. Not conservatives.

    Quote Originally Posted by Swordsmyth View Post
    No, I'm saying that one or two idiots walking around is not a "protest", it's one or two idiots walking around that you will never hear about on the news.
    Are they protesting something? Do all protests get air time?

    Quote Originally Posted by Swordsmyth View Post
    And I'm saying that even the one or two idiots were started by the globalists' agents and influencers, if the one or two idiots walking around even exitsed, which they didn't.
    Are you including every pair of Ron Paul 2008 sign wavers?

    Quote Originally Posted by Swordsmyth View Post
    These protests sprang fully formed from the cabal activist groups and their media allies, there never were one or two idiots with homemade signs walking around.
    It seems no one ever taught you to never say never.

    Resistance to Israel wasn't created by the U.S. government. Government has infiltrated more protest groups than it has created. Just because no one pointed cameras at protesters until after it grew, or was infiltrated, or it discovered machines that print stuff, doesn't mean they didn't exist yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by acptulsa View Post
    That's a ridiculous statement. It's liberals who try to redefine words. Not conservatives.
    Yes, that's what you are doing.
    Words have multiple meanings in different contexts and you are trying to force a meaning from one context into another.



    Quote Originally Posted by acptulsa View Post
    Are they protesting something? Do all protests get air time?
    Politically it isn't A Protest until it has significance.
    One or two people protesting some thing is not A Protest, it is one or two people protesting something.
    And we are discussing whether the protests were a threat to the globalists, even if you call one or two people A Protest that doesn't make them a threat to anyone.



    Quote Originally Posted by acptulsa View Post
    Are you including every pair of Ron Paul 2008 sign wavers?
    We are discussing the current campus jihadi protests which came out of nowhere with matching professional signs, matching tents, and other signs of being astroturf.
    Ron Paul supporters in 2008 have nothing to do with this discussion.



    Quote Originally Posted by acptulsa View Post
    It seems no one ever taught you to never say never.

    Resistance to Israel wasn't created by the U.S. government. Government has infiltrated more protest groups than it has created. Just because no one pointed cameras at protesters until after it grew, or was infiltrated, or it discovered machines that print stuff, doesn't mean they didn't exist yet.
    We are not discussing all opposition to Israel, we are discussing these protests over this war.
    But opposition to Israel has long been infiltrated and largely controlled for many years, especially on the left.
    None of these protests are in the least organic and their connections to the left are proof of that in addition to all the other proof.
    There hasn't been a legitimate grassroots left in decades, it's all astroturf on the left, it's all run by NGOs, party operatives, and professional activists.
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    Quote Originally Posted by acptulsa View Post
    It's liberals who try to redefine words. Not conservatives.
    Quote Originally Posted by Swordsmyth View Post
    Yes, that's what you are doing.
    Words have multiple meanings in different contexts and you are trying to force a meaning from one context into another.




    Politically it isn't A Protest until it has significance.
    One or two people protesting some thing is not A Protest, it is one or two people protesting something.
    SMH

    Naked propaganda.

    Look, I don't know if this is an organic protest subverted. There is evidence it was created...



    My point is, you don't know either, and your semantic games don't change that. But I do know something you don't seem to recognize. Americans have been getting fed up with Israel for a long time. And until that trend grew out of hand, the government tried only to squelch it, as far as could be seen by the public.

    To deny that is to deny reality. It also serves to separate those who think for themselves from those who regurgitate alt-right branch MSM propaganda indiscriminately.

    They're trying to make something a partisan issue which is not that now.
    Last edited by acptulsa; 05-16-2024 at 06:35 AM.

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    What I want to know is this: Has everyone forgotten that Soros is a Zionist through and through?

    So this Zionist is funding the anti-Israel protests. And this funding has resulted in lots of things tying it to the Democratic Party, even though opposition to Zionists has never, ever been a part of that party's platform. The spokespeople even have hair of many unnatural colors. But in fact, the first major party candidate to question Zionism on a debate stage in my lifetime was Ron Paul, and it was a GOP debate.

    Why would a Zionist deliberately tie the anti-Israeli position to the Democrats if he's really trying to put that party in power for eternity?

    The answer to this riddle, of course, is that he expects Trump to be placed in power. That's the only way this particular move could benefit Zionism. And there's yet another detail that contradicts the official soap opera, but does fit my theory that Trump is slated to be reinstalled.
    Last edited by acptulsa; 05-16-2024 at 07:04 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swordsmyth View Post
    That must be why they are backing the protests with funding and leadership.
    That assumes that:

    1) all of the PTB are in lock step and always agree on everything. We know that is false because Hillary really wanted to be president in 2008 but had to give way to Barack Obama and that was decided at Bilderberg.

    2) things haven't at all "gotten away" from the PTB. Or as @Anti Federalist pointed out, someone created a golem that has gone wild.

    There was absolutely a different response from Biden and the MSM to the Gaza protests as compared to the Black Lives Matter protests. BLM burned down a police station, looted and burned stores and shot people and Biden and all of his allies called them "mostly peaceful." The Gaza protests occupied some college buildings and sprayed some graffiti. Biden's double-speak response to the Gaza protests was described as his "Charlottesville Moment." Only a blind man would not be able to see that many people on the left are very unhappy with these protestors in a way nobody on the left was willing to call out BLM.
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    "It can be a challenge to follow the pronouncements of President Trump, as he often seems to change his position on any number of items from week to week, or from day to day, or even from minute to minute." -- Ron Paul
    Quote Originally Posted by Brian4Liberty View Post
    The road to hell is paved with good intentions. No need to make it a superhighway.
    Quote Originally Posted by osan View Post
    The only way I see Trump as likely to affect any real change would be through martial law, and that has zero chances of success without strong buy-in by the JCS at the very minimum.

  23. #20
    Quote Originally Posted by acptulsa View Post
    What I want to know is this: Has everyone forgotten that Soros is a Zionist through and through?

    So this Zionist is funding the anti-Israel protests. And this funding has resulted in lots of things tying it to the Democratic Party, even though opposition to Zionists has never, ever been a part of that party's platform. The spokespeople even have hair of many unnatural colors. But in fact, the first major party candidate to question Zionism on a debate stage in my lifetime was Ron Paul, and it was a GOP debate.

    Why would a Zionist deliberately tie the anti-Israeli position to the Democrats if he's really trying to put that party in power for eternity?

    The answer to this riddle, of course, is that he expects Trump to be placed in power. That's the only way this particular move could benefit Zionism. And there's yet another detail that contradicts the official soap opera, but does fit my theory that Trump is slated to be reinstalled.
    I've yet to see any solid evidence that Soros is a Zionist. Globalist? Yes. And maybe that's the real riddle? As I pointed out in another thread, during WW 2 there was a split between international Jewry of those who wanted to strangle the German economy through an international boycott and the Zionists who worked with Germany to undermine the boycott in order to facilitate Jewish immigration to Palestine. It seems that Soros came from the former group as opposed to the latter because his family was still trapped in Hungary rather than having already left for Palestine. That doesn't make the things Soros is doing now "good."
    9/11 Thermate experiments

    Winston Churchhill on why the U.S. should have stayed OUT of World War I

    "I am so %^&*^ sick of this cult of Ron Paul. The Paulites. What is with these %^&*^ people? Why are there so many of them?" YouTube rant by "TheAmazingAtheist"

    "We as a country have lost faith and confidence in freedom." -- Ron Paul

    "It can be a challenge to follow the pronouncements of President Trump, as he often seems to change his position on any number of items from week to week, or from day to day, or even from minute to minute." -- Ron Paul
    Quote Originally Posted by Brian4Liberty View Post
    The road to hell is paved with good intentions. No need to make it a superhighway.
    Quote Originally Posted by osan View Post
    The only way I see Trump as likely to affect any real change would be through martial law, and that has zero chances of success without strong buy-in by the JCS at the very minimum.



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