Do you think that all this violence around the world are different individuals going haywire and committing atrocities? What if they were preplanned to accomplish specific (and/or multitude) goals? Ole Dammegard has been studying these events for years…
Of this morning’s shooting at the Republicans’ baseball field, “Rep. Mo Brooks (R-Ala.) [said]… ‘You’re pretty helpless … We have nothing but baseball bats to fight back against a rifle with.’”
To which Virginia’s contemptible Cur-in-Chief, “Terry McAuliffe (D)” responded by “advocat[ing] for stricter gun laws in the wake of the shooting. ‘I think we need to do more to protect all of our citizens,’ McAuliffe said. ‘ … there are too many guns on the streets.”
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When the apocalypse arrives, life goes on. That’s the possibility some are preparing for, at least.
In 2008, Larry Hall purchased a retired missile silo (a vertical, underground str…
Posted on June 10, 2017 by mike
James Comey admits to taking official government documents home and then giving them to the NY Times; he directly contradicts his 3 May 2017, under-oath testimony; he publicly conspires with that stooge of a Speci…
When it comes to the “New World Order” we (at least those of us that know about it) are all like a blind man trying to “describe an elephant.” How he describes it depends on what part of the elephant he is touching. Jeff Nielson on the X22 Report describes the purveyors of the NWO as really banking criminals and I believe rightly so. In any event, listen to his very astute observations about our economy and the banking elite.
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Friday, June 09, 2017 by: Vicki Batts
(Natural News) The drug epidemic plaguing the United States seems to only get worse as time trudges on. Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein announced recently that drug overdose is now the leading cause of de…
Maybe Doomsday preppers aren’t so crazy after all.
As nuclear threats loom from countries like Iran and North Korea, the US is knocking the dust off decades-old bunkers intended to protect government officials — and even start a new civilization — in the case of just such a nightmare event.
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JOHN DERBYSHIRE • JUNE 9, 2017 • 1,100 WORDS
The really striking feature of the June 8 U.K. election was the relative success of the Labour Party under its leader Jeremy Corbyn.
This crazy old Lefty, who never saw a commie dictator or an anti-British terrorist he didn’t want to kiss up to, and who won the endorsement of the British Communist Party for Thursday’s election, somehow got forty percent of Brits to vote for him, five days after anti-British terrorists ran amok in the nation’s capital. What’s up with that?
Don’t pick on the Donald.
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If the Clintons were not so down-market, they would have fit perfectly into 15th century Florence, the city that gave us Botticelli, Cellini, the Medici, and of course Machiavelli. Renaissance Florence was not confined to painting and literature; in fact, double speak, or lying, was as prevalent in as art and making money, and the greatest exponent of lying was the flattering favorite son of the city, Niccolo himself.
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300,000-year-old Homo sapiens skull reconstruction
Photo: A composite reconstruction shows the earliest known Homo sapiens fossils found just west of Morocco at the archeological cave site called Jebel Irhoud. (Philipp Gunz, MPI EVA Leipzig)
Bones found in a cave in Morocco add 100,000 years to the history of modern human fossils. These bones are from “early anatomically modern” humans — our own species, Homo sapiens, with a mixture of modern and primitive traits, an international team of anthropologists, paleontologists and evolutionary scientists report in a pair of papers published Wednesday in the journal Nature.
The Southwest, to some extent, has mistaken the drought cycle we’re in as being climate change. People have talked about this up and down but the fact remains that the big cities of the Southwest exist only because water could be moved to them. All the mega-cities of the Southwest—Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Phoenix—are sitting smack dab in the middle of deserts and only exist because water could be moved to them. That’s how they grew and the only reason they could grow. So, guess what’s going to happen if that water isn’t available? Right. Shake hands with the Anasazi.
STEVE SAILER • JUNE 4, 2017 • 400 WORDS
The concept of Americans retiring to Latin America due to the lower cost of living has been around for a long time. When I was seven, I went with my parents to check out the American retirement colony at Lake Chapala in Mexico (where Fred Reed now lives) in 1966. But the idea has never really taken off.
read more at http://www.unz.com/isteve/retiring-to-latin-america/