Jimmy from Bright Insight is back to discuss 'The Adam and Eve Story', a book by Chan Thomas published in 1965, which for reasons not clear became classified by the CIA. In 2013, 20% of this book was declassified – of course, leading to intense speculation as to the contents of the remaining 80%.
Citing enigmas like Atlantis, the Great Pyramid of Giza, Easter Island, Tiahuanaco and Baalbek, the book discusses lost ancient human civilizations and the global cataclysms that caused them to vanish with barely a trace, including Earth Crust Displacement, bolide impacts and emanations from the planetary core.
What's particularly of interest is how the book refers to a major impact in the region of the Great Lakes decades before this theory was first presented in 2006 and for which more supporting evidence has emerged in recent months.
Run from the Cure: The Rick Simpson Story (Phoenix Tears) http://phoenixtears.ca/
Built by its own inhabitants before Canada was born, the Kingston Maximum Security Penitentiary is one of the oldest functioning prisons in the world. Through its 177 year-long history, the country's most famous prison has faced riots, fires, and hundreds of escape attempts. With the recent announcement that it will be shutting its doors in just under two years, a chapter of our history is ending as well. But the stories live on forever.
In Tales from KP, we will unlock some of the most carefully guarded secrets of the Kingston Pen. Did you know, for example, that prisoners were not allowed to talk at all? And if they broke this rule or any other, they can be flogged, sent to solitary confinement, or be forced to stand in a coffin!
Through the voices of ex-inmates and ex-guards, you will learn what it took to survive in KP. Everything was a potential threat, from knives fashioned out of toothbrushes, to soup infused with spit or urine. Tension was always high in the penitentiary. There were riots, but none so bad as the uprising in 1971. The prison was practically destroyed, and the shockwaves it sent across the country led to important reforms.
In Tales from KP, you will hear rare interviews from those who were there—the inmates, a negotiator, and the last surviving hostage. Tales From KP is also a reflection on 177 years of crime and punishment in Canada. What started as a noble experiment in social enlightenment evolved into a hated and feared institution where only the worst criminals were sent and still remain.
Clifford Olson spent time at KP. Prisoners like Paul Bernardo, Russell Williams, are still behind their bars. Soon they and the others will be moved to other institutions. But the stories which resonate behind those large grey limestone walls will live on forever, raising questions which will not be easily answered.
RT America's Anya Parampil reports on Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's rise to power in this exclusive documentary special. Parampil explores his corruption scandals, his rise to power, and speaks with Israelis and Palestinians to ask: Is Netanyahu a Prime or Crime Minister?
This is a short clip of of podcast available to subscribers of Catherine Austin Fitts’ Solari Report. She’s joined by popular 4th generation Russian emigré blogger, the Saker for their quarterly review of the geopolitical transition underway.
India – The Land of Jambu Trees
Thailand – The Land of Smiles
Malaysia – The Land of Indigenous Malay
Singapore – The Lion City
Philippines – Pearl of the Orient Seas
Taiwan – The Beautiful Island
Japan – Land of the Rising Sun
HRC speaks out on the recent arrest of Julian Assange
This is a short clip of of podcast available to subscribers of Catherine Austin Fitts' Solari Report. She's joined by popular 4th generation Russian emigré blogger, the Saker for their quarterly review of the geopolitical transition underway.
The Bretton Woods global financial system is unraveling and a multipolar world is emerging. They debate what is happening in Europe and whether the Neocons will succeed in destroying themselves as they unravel the American Empire.
The two marvel at the clueless puppet Emmanuel Macron, who is in real trouble with the Gilets Jaunes protesters, now in the 13th week of protesting all over France, demanding his resignation.
At a time when Trump supporters are falsely accused of hate crimes, publicly shamed by false associations with the Ku Klux Klan, with the likes of actress Alyssa Milano declaring of the Covington High School boys, "The red MAGA hat is the new white hood," imagine the pressures of being a young Black Conservative in America today?
The truth is that Trump supporters, regardless of color are far more threatened with violence than they are apt to be perpetrators of violence, in our coup d'état environment powered by a shrill media intent on saturating peoples' minds with hatred, division and lies.
This unexpectedly good documentary takes us to the Young Black Leadership Summit in DC in October 2018. It was produced by an arch-Liberal VICE News crew that was predisposed to be hostile to the topic but which actually put out a great report.
It features the fabulous Candace Owens, who describes herself until recently as "Conservative-Curious" but who grew weary of the failed policies of a party that kept trying to sell her her own oppression. As the leader of the Blexit movement, she encourages African-Americans to get off the Democrat "plantation".
Myself, as a lifelong Liberal, who recently had the scales removed from my eyes, I'm very inspired by what I see here. The high energy jumps off the screen!
You don't have to wear a MAGA hat to grasp the Soviet-level wrongdoing of Barack Obama working in support of Hillary Clinton to cover up her crimes. Wielding John Brennan's CIA, Comey's FBI and the State Department's propaganda allocation, Obama gave us, among other things this castigating style of late night Politburo "comedy" and a bottomless pit of Fake News, to gaslight the American people.
Disgraced former Deputy FBI Director Andy McCabe's admission on 60 Minutes to instigating a coup d'état against the President appears to be an attempt to have him fall on his sword – but everyone knows that the operation was in effect long before May 2017 – or as Trump tweeted last night, "Andrew McCabe didn’t go to the bathroom without the approval of Leakin’ James Comey!"
Top Obama Administration officials, Susan Rice, Samantha Powers and John Brennan spied on the Trump campaign, using so-called "unmasking" requests, while FBI Director James Comey knowingly used fraudulent "opposition research" paid for by Hillary's campaign to obtain a FISA spy warrant on the Trump Campaign.
Those same FBI agents looked the other way while Clinton sent courtesy copies of ALL her emails to Chinese intelligence and God-knows-who else.
Their plot to derail the Trump campaign has long since morphed into a 24/7 regime-change operation against their own country, replete with idiotic media hoaxes intended to make Trump supporters look like violent bigots, from the MAGA Bomber, to the MAGA Teens to the "We are MAGA Country" assailants of Jussie Smolletts' botched self-lynching, with each plot more moronic than the last. Are the tides about to change?
Retired US Army Reserve Lt. Col. Tony Shaffer joins the Epoch Times' Jan Jekielek to discuss these details and whether the FBI has been reformed enough that political bias won't influence ongoing and future investigations.
They torture children & drink their adrenalised blood. if you can believe that. Some families "breed" children for the purpose of abuse. Robert David Steele. Impeccable credentials. If not for this video, AN would still be scoffing at Adrenochrome stories...
I read Hunter S Thompson's 'Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas' in two days when I was 19 years old. The book is about a drug-fueled road trip across the Mojave Desert with the Hunter Thompson character and his Chicano activist lawyer. Drug culture was still hip and celebrated when I was young and I thought it was he funniest thing I'd ever read.
The climax of the book is when the two are in their Las Vegas hotel suite, experiencing acute psychosis from ingesting every drug imaginable when the lawyer breaks out the adrenochrome, claiming he'd received it as payment from a Satanist client who'd run out of cash. At the time, adrenochrome seemed like the height of comedy and I suspected that it was a surreal joke.
Adrenochrome has been back in pop culture lately among those who claim that Hillary Clinton and many other powerful people in DC are addicted to it, with some even claiming that the Democrats' newfound reluctance to fund border security is in part to protect the rampant human trafficking that provides a steady supply of children who are tortured to produce adrenochrome. I have no idea if this is true.
When you look it up, adrenochrome is not a controlled substance, although it was shown to be a hallucinogenic, neurotoxic psychotomimetic in studies conducted in the 1950s and 1960s. The derivative carbazochrome is used in medicine as a blood clotting agent for intestinal bleeding.
This mini-documentary explores adrenochrome and its roots in the vampiristic practices of Medieval aristocrats seeking to reverse the aging process. In modern times, the blood of the young has been proven to do just that in what's called parabiosis. PayPal founder, Peter Thiel recently founded another start-up called Ambrosia, which sells infusions of blood harvested from the young.
The FBI announced case closed this past Tuesday on the October 2017 the Las Vegas shooting, which left 58 people dead and over 800 injured. They produced a 3-page report that did not identify a motive or establish any forensic connection between the alleged weapons and any of the victims. Indeed, there has been no forensic proof presented by either the Las Vegas police or the FBI that the alleged killer Stephen Paddock was, in fact the killer.
Noticeably missing from the report was any discussion of alleged killer Stephen Paddock's chest wound or any evidence that the window in room 35-135 was broken before or during the attack.
Over 100 FBI agents were brought in from around the country to produce this 3-page report, that was even less detailed than the report produced by the Las Vegas Metro Police Department, which wrapped up its own investigation last August. Special Agent Aaron Rouse in charge of the Las Vegas Division of the FBI made a televised statement laden with comforting neurolinguistic programming phrases intended to reassure listeners but peppered with strange slips.
YouTuber John E. Hoover, whose channel has been dedicated solely to this historic case takes Rouse to task for the many questions that remain unanswered, such as the three helicopters seen on FlightRadar24 flying overhead of the attacks, not accounted for and not belonging to either the LVMPD or the two known services that fly out of the nearby airport. Hoover asks whether the time has come for a Congressional inquiry.
QAnon made a large number of posts after having been quiet for several days. I'm not a big Q follower and I wouldn't mention this unless the posts hadn't so forcefully predicted some game-changing events taking place in less than 3 weeks, that if they don't come to pass, Q will be invalidated.
Among these predictions are that the Carter Page FISA warrants and the Peter Strzok-Lisa Page texts will be declassified and made public without any redactions, allowing the people to clearly see how Donald Trump had been under surveillance since 2015, prior to announcing his intentions to run for President. In order to avoid US data collection laws, assets from the Five Eyes intelligence alliance were employed. As Bill Binney stated in his March 1 podcast with Jason Goodman, data collected through the Five Eyes does not require a warrant and it can be requested by the FBI with virtually no oversight, which Q commented on as well.
Q very uncryptically and in all caps stated that the declassification of the FISA warrants will trigger the removal of Rod Rosenstein, who is expected to step down in two weeks anyway and will factually demonstrate that the US Government, under Barack Obama knowingly presented false evidence to the FISA court to order the surveillance of Trump for the sole purpose of influencing the 2016 Presidential Election; that the "Russian hacking" narrative amounts to projection on behalf of Obama and Hillary to deflect attention away from their own clear attempts at election meddling.
Besides implicating Hillary and Obama, John Brennan, Obama's CIA Director, James Clapper Obama's Director of National Intelligence and Loretta Lynch, Obama's Attorney General will all be implicated.
The demagoguery and toxicity of today's victim culture and its attendant grievance industry have a stranglehold on the West. Citing several recent examples of the surreal depths to which victim culture has descended, Black Pigeon asks what is at stake for a society in a race to the bottom, fighting over who can and who cannot be a victim?
These points were first raised in the 1992 book, 'Culture of Complaint: The Fraying of America' by Australian-born TIME magazine art critic, Robert Hughes, which many say is even more relevant today than when it was a bestseller nearly 30 years ago. Hughes lambasts the exaltation of the victim and advocates for an elitism in both art and public life, based not on social class, race or economics but on skill, intelligence and vision.
Victim culture would not be a problem if it weren't so pervasively marshaled by the Socialist Globalists to fascistically infringe on Free Speech and to enact the ultimate form of de-monetization that is the de-platforming by banks and payment processors. Over the past year, this has been done to Alex Jones, Laura Loomer, Jordan Peterson, Sargon of Akkad and to the Gab social media platform by financial entities including Chase Bank, VISA, PayPal and Patreon.
Imagine being a non-violent, law-abiding person and receiving a notification letter from your bank, that they are ending their relationship with you, as did Conservative performance artist, Martina Markota. Big League Politics reported that ever since she came out as a Trump supporter, Markota’s former co-workers from her days as a burlesque dancer have been on a crusade to make her life miserable and it's possible they contacted her bank.
For its part, Chase Bank has refused give their reasons, stating that it's their prerogative as a private corporation to terminate their client relationships for no reason whatsoever. Chase Bank sent a similar letter to Enrique Tarrio, the Afro-Cuban-American Chairman of the Proud Boys, a men's group that promotes "Western chauvinism" and who the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), one of the most important enforcers of victim culture has dubbed a "general hate" organization.
An important conversation illustrating the great American reality-bubble divide occurred on Joe Rogan's podcast between him, Twitter CEO, Jack Dorsey, Twitter Legal, Policy and Trust & Safety Lead, Vijaya Gadde and independent journalist, Tim Pool.
Many on the Right have tended to view these tech lords as villainous enforcers of a dread Globalist ideology. Meanwhile, the two Twitter execs made it sound like their personal and local prejudices may have led to some misunderstandings, in their attempts to shield certain users from harassment.
What may be closer to the truth is that with hundreds of millions of users, the platform has entered unchartered territory of Big Data and human behavior and that Twitter is basically a massive online laboratory being used to feed the development of the Deep Mind machine learning program to police social media content in real time.
Rogan knew he was in over his head regarding the issue of online censorship and he invited Pool to enter the fray with him, in order to ask the questions he didn't quite know how to formulate. We can question whether the tech execs could truly have been as unaware as they represent themselves to be but no other leaders have been willing to subject themselves to such scrutiny and we can at least appreciate that they were willing to open up this unprecedented dialogue.
With the Washington Post sued last week for $250 million by "MAGA Teen" Nick Sandmann for its slanderous misrepresentation of him a story that infolded on the Twitter platform, this gesture could either be a good idea or a disaster!
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