Monthly Archives: October 2019

The Halloween symphony of hope (many anons are hopeful because Israeli embassies have closed)

# The top story of the next few hours: Many Anons believe that Israel has closed its embassies because POTUS is going to arrest lots of Jewish criminals and Israel does not want to offer them asylum. https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1189348182632914945.html?fbclid=IwAR2YVGM7BfUimLnxvTuYoRumgEyJFok1Hx6k15ajV_uZyuYa3Nfy3k5ebww https://threader.app/thread/1189408337928097794 By … Continue reading

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I heard Woodrow Wilson’s guns, I heard them in the harbor

I recently found out what historical fighting inspired that song: You may have read the news just a few days back: the Mexican military captured not one but two of El Chapo’s sons in the heart of Culiacán, the Sinaloan … Continue reading

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Rise to the Meme, Viking Frogs

Update: That picture is supposed to link to a URL but I think some browsers can’t use it so here is the link:christiansfortruth.com/rabbi-wants-new-law-in-germany-to-make-it-easier-to-prosecute-people-who-dont-like-jews/ Whistleblower Exposes Key Player in FBI Russia Probe: “It was all a Set-up” Grassley Seeking Identity of … Continue reading

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Some items of information about Aalst that still appear to be free for fair use (but who knows for how long?)

This website was based on the idea that copyright has exceptions for Fair Use. I don’t know whether the USA will start forbidding Fair use. For the moment, here are a few items of information that still appear to be … Continue reading

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Degeneracy, assassination, and ‘Those who partake in these acts are not our Shias.’

October 15, 2019 A former New York City human rights lawyer was shot and killed on the tiny Pacific island where she was the acting attorney general — with friends saying Tuesday that she was planning to return soon to … Continue reading

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