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Unsuspecting guests who dare check into Fawlty Towers and suffer through Basil Fawlty's "hospitality" provide amazingly hilarious and still timely humor for us lucky viewers.

Dr. Lorraine Day discusses the control over the medical industry by a small group of Jews and Goyim who consider us pawns in their game of world conquest.

The Portuguese experience demonstrates that decriminalizing drugs, alongside a serious investment in treatment and harm reduction services, can significantly improve public safety and health.

The term "Medical Mafia" is used to describe the unholy trinity of AMA (American Medical Association), FDA (Food and Drug Administration), and Big Pharma

The Goodies' motto of "We do Anything, Anytime" allowed for great flexibility of situations, providing sometimes thought-provoking, but mostly very silly plot-lines. Much of the slightly surreal humour in the show came from the interplay between the characters of Bill the bearded scruffy hippy, Tim the Royalist cry-baby, and Graeme the geek.

A brilliant exercise in British comedy from the sixties and seventies. Not one episode fails to please and the dialogues were extremely savory.

The "Greater Israel" project consists in weakening and eventually fracturing neighboring Arab states as part of a US-Israeli expansionist project, with the support of NATO and Saudi Arabia.

Unsuspecting guests who dare check into Fawlty Towers and suffer through Basil Fawlty's "hospitality" provide amazingly hilarious and still timely humor for us lucky viewers.

The UN founders so highly lauded today were carrying out a decades-old plan of - in the words of Admiral Ward - "promoting disarmament and submergence of U.S. sovereignty and independence into an all-powerful one-world government."

"They are running a monopoly and they will lie, cheat and steal to keep it that way."
- Dr. Eva Snead

A brilliant exercise in British comedy from the sixties and seventies. Not one episode fails to please and the dialogues were extremely savory.

The Goodies' motto of "We do Anything, Anytime" allowed for great flexibility of situations, providing sometimes thought-provoking, but mostly very silly plot-lines. Much of the slightly surreal humour in the show came from the interplay between the characters of Bill the bearded scruffy hippy, Tim the Royalist cry-baby, and Graeme the geek.

This video examines the massive evidence pointing to controlled demolition as the cause of the free-fall collapses of the Twin Towers and Building 7 on 9/11.

A brilliant exercise in British comedy from the sixties and seventies. Not one episode fails to please and the dialogues were extremely savory.

The Goodies' motto of "We do Anything, Anytime" allowed for great flexibility of situations, providing sometimes thought-provoking, but mostly very silly plot-lines. Much of the slightly surreal humour in the show came from the interplay between the characters of Bill the bearded scruffy hippy, Tim the Royalist cry-baby, and Graeme the geek.

Alan Sabrosky (Ph.D., University of Michigan) is a writer and consultant specializing in national and international security affairs. In December 1988, he received the Superior Civilian Service Award after more than five years of service at the U.S. Army War College as Director of Studies, Strategic Studies Institute, and holder of the General of the Army Douglas MacArthur Chair of Research. He is listed in WHO'S WHO IN THE EAST (23rd ed.). A Marine Corps Vietnam veteran and a 1986 graduate of the U.S. Army War College, Dr. Sabrosky's teaching and research appointments have included the United States Military Academy, the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), Middlebury College and Catholic University; while in government service, he held concurrent adjunct professorships at Georgetown University and the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS). Dr. Sabrosky has lectured widely on defense and foreign affairs in the United States and abroad. You can email Dr. Alan Sabrosky at: [email protected]

In physics, aether theories (also known as ether theories) propose the existence of a medium, a space-filling substance or field, thought to be necessary as a transmission medium for the propagation of electromagnetic or gravitational forces.

Joe Rogan, a Hollywood shill, has been featured in a few movies, was a Host on Fear Factor, is a UFC announcer, has his own radio show, and has his own television show on Illuminati controlled, SYFY. He is friends with Satanist Stanton Lavey, and can be seen in a photo with him while wearing a shirt that says "666".

Philip Zelikow (Dual Citizen US / Israel) - 9/11 Commission Gatekeeper; Zelikow was appointed the executive director of the 9/11 commission - the most powerful position of the committee. This Zionist Jew is responsible for concocting the contrived fiction that was presented as the 9/11 Commission Report - official narrative.

A brilliant exercise in British comedy from the sixties and seventies. Not one episode fails to please and the dialogues were extremely savory.

Although the United States is allegedly a democracy with a rule of law, it has taken 17 years for public pressure to bring about the first grand jury investigation of 9/11.

Fake news (also known as junk news, pseudo-news, or hoax news) is a type of yellow journalism or propaganda that consists of deliberate disinformation or hoaxes spread via traditional news media (print and broadcast) or online social media.

The Goodies' motto of "We do Anything, Anytime" allowed for great flexibility of situations, providing sometimes thought-provoking, but mostly very silly plot-lines. Much of the slightly surreal humour in the show came from the interplay between the characters of Bill the bearded scruffy hippy, Tim the Royalist cry-baby, and Graeme the geek.

Eratosthenes believed that the sun was a VERY long way away - compared to the size of the Earth.

His math uses that assumption because he presumes (without much evidence) that the rays of light from the sun are parallel.

However, if you don’t assume that the sun is a long way away - then the arithmetic for calculating the earth’s radius changes - and the math becomes dependent on the distance to the sun.

If you assume that the sun is at an altitude of around 6,000 km (a distance equal to the radius of the round earth) - then Eratosthenes’ experiment does indeed “prove” that the Earth has an infinite radius…ie, that it’s flat.

So the Flat Earthers believe that the sun is 6,000 km above the Earth - which squares things up with Eratosthenes.

But they aren’t really using Eratosthenes to prove that the Earth is flat - they’re really using the assumption that the Earth is flat to “prove” that the sun is 6,000 km above the Earth.

Since they can measure the observed angle subtended by the sun’s disk, they conclude that it must be about 51km in diameter.

So this isn’t a “Proof” of the flat earth - but it’s also not “Proof” of the round earth. The experiment really doesn’t tell you anything at all unless you know the distance to the sun.

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