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Dr. Pippa Malmbren “says the quite part out loud.”

Please watch the video — “Globalists Spill the Beans at the World Government Summit – #Newworldnextweek – The Corbett Report” — from the beginning to at least the 3:27 mark. Sounds like a done deal except for the part where your bank account evaporates. Who are these swine and who decides this garbage for the …

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Bonhoeffer‘s Theory of Stupidity.

Pearls of expression.

More than any other time in history, mankind faces a crossroads. One path leads to despair and utter hopelessness. The other, to total extinction. Let us pray we have the wisdom to choose correctly. ~ Woody Allen.

A Promise Kept

     Many of the promises men make to one another are broken. We have learned, often painfully, that to trust is to gamble – that no man’s word, however solemnly given, is absolutely reliable.      There was, however, one exception:      And in the end of the sabbath, when it began to dawn towards the …

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U.S. elite betrayal in one picture.

H/t: Conservative Treehouse.

Another load of Weather Channel climate change hysteria.

4/8/22 — “Gallup Poll: 1 in 3 Americans Impacted by Extreme Weather in Last 2 Years.” “The survey also found that people who are victims of extreme weather were more likely to be worried about climate change and to believe that we’re already seeing its impact.” [They may also be worried about climate change because …

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Poisonous French politics.

Despite Le Pen’s success [in Sunday’s election], all the other establishment parties, from Republicans to Communists, have urged their supporters to vote for Macron in the second round, closing ranks around the former Rothschild banker and Socialist technocrat.[1] So . . . French politics are poisonous because they cannot budge the nation off the status …

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I Could Have SWORN I’d Posted About This

I’ve been fussing on social media and with friends, so I thought I’d put it down somewhere on a blog. If I did, I can’t find it now. Here is the reality that I’d been asking for. Life is GOOD.

Poisonous Ukrainian politics.

The European Union was unable to promote the implementation of the Minsk agreements—on the contrary, it did not react when Ukraine was bombing its own population in the Donbass. Had it done so, Vladimir Putin would not have needed to react. Absent from the diplomatic phase, the EU distinguished itself by fueling the conflict. On …

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Sums it up perfectly.

Further, the Democrats’ program of crazy nostrums such as Modern Monetary Theory—just print money!—and Green Energy (free wind and solar!) have resulted almost overnight in rampant inflation, severe energy shortages and skyrocketing prices.[1] The article from which this is taken is interesting, if for no other reason that its author has an interesting take on …

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What is left of Western moral authority?

It became clear [after the author’s research] that what’s been happening in Syria was not a spontaneous, organic, popular uprising against a tyrant, but a proxy regime-change attempt war in the works since the mid 2000’s against the quite popular Assad. This effort was spearheaded by the US, UK, France, and Israel, using Sunni violent …

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Parental Rights, From the Perspective of a Parent

You’ve likely heard about the Dread “Don’t Say Gay” bill. That’s the name bestowed on the bill by its vehement opponents. Other than some organizations that are explicitly Christian – and, of a traditional Christian POV – you’ve likely heard little. That’s because the media is going out of its way to find the most …

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Life Has Been Eventful

Mostly good, but sometimes stressful. My dog has recovered. He is elderly, though, and likely won’t live for more than 3-5 years more. He is, however, a wonderful addition to my life. He gives me a reason to get up in the morning (something that I’m not always thrilled with – temps in Lorain, OH …

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From The Hollow-Laugh Files

     Legislators continue to ignore a law they greatly dislike. They dislike it because they can’t think of a way to repeal or modify it. But ignoring it is a short cut to disaster. Among other things, it makes plain the fatuity of their pretensions:      Democrats’ environmental activism continues to backfire, as evidenced by …

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Start here.

Here’s the real story: Russia’s invasion is the end result of 14 years of provocation by the West, including repeated declarations that Ukraine will join NATO and a U.S.-backed coup d’état in 2014 that displaced a pro-Russian president. “Rickards: I’ve Never Heard So Many Lies.” By James Rickards, ZeroHedge, 3/31/22 (emphasis removed).

The U.S. propaganda deluge.

In foreign relations, here we are today: the US is in a de facto but undeclared war with Russia. No one calls it that, but that’s what it amounts to when the US is providing armaments through intermediaries to the forces that Russia is battling on its border. This intensifies and escalates conflict, same as …

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Pearls of expression.

Me and Musk are on the same wavelength. Except for him being born in a different part of the world, growing up to create the largest online payment system and eventually create re-usable rockets that launch into space and land vertically while seeding the lower Earth orbit with satellites that decoupled the internet from the …

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The Mrs. Jellyby syndrome.

Here’s a good description of our Iraq misadventure: America has made plenty of blunders as a global superpower, but the Iraq War was the worst. It was entirely optional, easily avoidable, strategically worthless, hideously wasteful, and far too often, morally compromising. As bad as a mistake as Iraq was, in the moment it can be …

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Prep for This Year’s Elections

The FIRST task: Let your party know, in clear and unmistakable terms, that NO Representative will be returned who voted to impeach Trump for Jan. 6th events. NONE. Specifically, wave a check in front of them, and inform them that you will NOT be handing it over, should they nominate one of those Quislings. Further, …

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Is This a New Thing?

I had need to consult with senate.gov about a committee membership. I noted that many of the Senate biographical information does NOT provide information on party membership, other than listing the members of sub-committees as Majority/Minority. Is this something new? I seem to remember several years ago, it was common to find party affiliation.

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