Monthly Archives: December 2018

We can’t point to any specific battle, but we suspect a silent war is going on

Most common people live difficult lives. We want to believe change is coming. Thus we look for any sign of instability as possible grounds for hope. The overwhelming weight of evidence suggests that political elites (including the NSA, the Mossad, … Continue reading

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Two aspects of revolution: speculations about whether a coup is underway and videos of women calling themselves “property”

For many years, I have thought that the Western world was unliveable. This saddened me greatly, because I love the West as it once was – the land of men like Isaac Newton and G. K. Chesterton and G. B. … Continue reading

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Electric-blue explosions, 911 outages, and controversial claims

I would like to speculate that the USA government shutdown has some connection to its recent infrastructural mishaps, BUT remember that I am just speculating when I write that. These occurrences might be random. The sky flashed an eerie blue … Continue reading

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The news items that warfighters and Q followers are gossiping about

Pat Lang quoted southfront re Israeli war crimes: “The Israeli Air Force (IAF) carried out its recent airstrikes in Syria when two civilians planes were landing in Beirut and Damascus, putting passengers at risk, Igor Konashenkov, a spokesman for the … Continue reading

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Macron was lying about climate change

Start up the music and get your translation software ready: we’re going to speak French today. The basic idea is that Macron is lower than a swine. Macronleaks: La taxe carbone a été conçue pour compenser l’allègement des cotisations patronales … Continue reading

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