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Yowza! We got us some disinformation here!

I grow weary over reading about asinine — but widespread — claims that this or that is DISINFORMATION. The essence of the charge is that certain statements are reprehensible, unacceptable, poisonous, vicious, deleterious, horrific, right-wing, and generally bad manners, so utterly irresistible and beguiling that any hearer must figuratively bind himself to the mast to …

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Bold action is called for.

On Tuesday last week (4 January), the markets got spooked by the released minutes of a Federal Reserve Open Market Committee’s meeting held three weeks prior. What was the fuss all about? Well the minutes indicated that the Fed seems to be inclined to envision starting to prepare to begin planning to initiate raising interest …

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Pearls of expression.

The figure [150,000 female deaths from anorexia] has been quoted by everyone from Ann Landers to college textbooks, because as Carol Iannone remarks about the general atmosphere of women as victims, “It is almost as if feminism had finally discovered a problem that can unite all women across all barriers: the existence of men.” “The …

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Genius Tucker.

Stating the obvious since whenever:

People’s Republic of Australia.

Living in the Matrix Times 100.

FURTHERMORE, we have also been living through the most massive, globally coordinated propaganda and censorship campaign in the history of the human race. All major mass media and the social media technology companies have coordinated to stifle and suppress any discussion of the risks of the genetic vaccines AND/OR alternative early treatments. “What if the …

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Sorry bastards MXXXIV.

Dr. Peter McCullough: “Lots of messaging on the vaccine, but zero mentioning on treatment, none. And it’s been from the very beginning. There is a theme here, I hope everyone’s starting to get the theme. There is zero effort, interest, promotion, or care about early treatment, people who are sick with COVID-19,” said McCollough. “But …

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Pearls of expression.

From one of the best articles you will read about the Covid-19 hysteria and the real agenda of those creating it: In the [unreal] Metaverse, a public health crisis caused by a virus has zero medical advice given out to people, but just a relentless barrage of talk about cases, hospitalisations and deaths, with all …

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The death rattles of political legitimacy.

Yes, the 1% now own more wealth than the entire US middle class, a definition traditionally reserve[d] for kleptocracies and despotic African banana republics.[1] This ZeroHedge year end review from which this is taken is well worth your time to read in its entirety. Right after this passage you will find the thought that “the …

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Sitrep.

The following is an outstanding comment by Sushi on the Moon of Alabama website on whether the present United States government is capable of perceiving certain stark new realities, identifying and assessing options for dealing with them, or prioritizing possible responses. (Those stark new realities are discussed in the article upon which he comments.) Obsessing …

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Shoals of life dead ahead!

But without question, Mr. Powell deserves much derision for waiting until inflation reached a multi-decade high before starting to taper asset purchases, let alone begin to raise interest rates off the current level of 0%.[1] There’s much more in this article which taxes my non-existent financial acumen. At some point I suppose I should, like, …

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Your starting point for understanding disinformation.

Glenn Greenwald’s excellent take: All that said, there is a core truth — an unintentional one — that lies at the crux of this elite war on “disinformation.” It is absolutely true that U.S. political discourse is drowning in deliberate disinformation campaigns and lies. It is also true that this disinformation epidemic is a serious …

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An historical insight for the ages.

Much of this reminds me of World War I, the “Great War.” Look up the causes. They are all amorphous. Nationalism. An assassination. Treaties. Diplomatic confusions. The Serbs. Meanwhile none of these reasons can actually account for 20 million dead, 21 million wounded, and wrecked economies and lives all over the world, to say nothing …

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Can we all agree on this one simple fact?

Moscow’s behavior has been more a reaction to aggressive moves that the United States and its Ukrainian client have already taken than it is evidence of offensive intent. ~ Ted Galen Carpenter quoted in “Joe Biden, Let’s Not Go To War.” By Sheldon Richman, ZeroHedge, 12/11/21.

Brilliant video from Jimmy Dore.

Stuffing us like a goose.

The Weather Channel is just on fire on the matter of climate change. Many entries now in the contest for “Most media hysteria generated in one week.” I was going to give this Weather Channel climate change hysteria deal a rest after my last post but now I think I may have to make it …

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More Weather Channel climate hysteria.

12/1/21 — “Western Mountains Could Soon See Years of No-Snow Winters, New Study Says.” California could be hit in the late 2040s. Low- or no-snow winters by 2050. Warmer waters in the Pacific lead to less snow in winter storms. Snow pack last year at its peak was down 41% and California’s wet season is …

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Broken climate models.

In short, no scientist who studies the range of scientific literature can reasonably claim that the subject of influences on the climate is remotely ‘settled’. The reality is that a multiplicity of factors are at work, and so, by focusing on human emissions, it appears that the IPCC has, through ‘force fitting’ between its selectively …

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Louis L’Amour.

Sam Jacobs’s latest on Louis L’Amour who crafted an “enduring mythology of the American West”: “Louis L’Amour: America’s Prolific Western Novelist.” The western is a unique American genre, to use a 50-cent French word. It celebrated toughness and justice in a period when self defense laws rarely posed a problem of intricate legal interpretation such …

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Running on empty.

The West, in short, was Christendom. But Christendom died. If you live in the West now, you are living among its ruins. Many of them are still beautiful — intact cathedrals, Bach concertos — but they are ruins nonetheless.[1] The West is literally unmoored. Nothing controls us except untouchable elites, a corrupt press, arrogant billionaires, …

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