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voter fraud is on the ropes

After decades of refining the process to levels suspected by only a handful of us, there are strong moves afoot to create a more honest election process. The news: President Trump signed an executive order on Thursday to launch a commission to review alleged voter fraud, a White House official confirmed to Fox News, after months of claiming voter fraud in the 2016 presidential election. The order, titled “Presidential Commission on Election Integrity,” would establish a bipartisan commission, chaired by Vice President Mike Pence, to review alleged voter fraud and suppression. Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach, who has investigated voter fraud in Kansas, will serve as vice chair. “This action by President Trump fulfills another promise made to the […]

Battlefield America

The war on the American people John W. Whitehead With a foreword by Ron Paul. I was inspired by his Rutherford Institute, regular e-mails from them and the great insights therein to purchase and read John Whitehead’s Battlefield America. Cover to cover, I was impressed with his accurate depiction of where we are culturally and politically. I made myself a note that he really hit home with the midsection at page 195. The rest is just as good. Much of it is simply a great explanation of where we are today, but it puts the whole of the problem in a coherent, well thought out big picture, flush with details. I highly recommend it. Extract from page 195 – any […]

election picture worth a thousand words

This one probably exceeds the thousand word limit by many multiples. I let you make your own conclusions.

fraud alerts

Once again, the Internet contains the only reliable sources of news. Of course it co-inhabits the space with fake news, but having both halves puts it way ahead of lamestream with its exclusively fake news. My sources are pointing to many blatant anomalies in important areas. I am not putting links to the long series of reports, because it is too early for me to be convinced of which stories will turn out to be irrefutable true and comprehensive. I am suggesting, however, that you turn the power up on your BS Detectors and trust less than usual in key areas. Shooting events may be staged; not real. Stories are conflicting. Photos of crisis actors used in prior events are […]

preferring empathy to solutions

One minute, forty second masterpiece. Insoluble problems often share the characteristic that the person who has the authority to solve the problem refuses to acknowledge the cause of the problem.

fishing

A lot can be learned from Trump tweets and Q-anon posts. We look at the election results as Republicans picked up a few seats in the Senate, some state governorships, but lost control of the House to the Democrats. Lamestream media bobbleheads were characterized by one viewer as talking about the wonderful, exciting Democrat party victory, but when he turned off the sound, the body language was all tears and anguish. So was it a win or a loss? Turns out it may have been a fishing trip. The senate and gubernatorial races were important to continuing THE PLAN. The House no longer matters much, so was used as bait. Methods were put in place to catch election fraud with […]

the fork in today’s road

Today is USofA election day, and the world is watching. The incredible 2016 shift in power surprised nearly everyone in the international, awake community. Most knowledgeable observers expected the deep state to do The Donald Takedown one way or another in response. Incredibly, the Trump team continues its thus-far mostly hidden progress against the hideously corrupt rulers that preceded them. I view “Trump” as a brand name not indicative of who is driving this bus. That is why I use “The Trump Team”. It seems they recruited him as the right man for the figurehead and public face job assignment, then they set him up, and continue to work tirelessly to keep him alive and progressing on their prime mission […]

assassination attempt on GAB failed

The tech giants are about to experience The Streisand Effect. You might remember the big star suing someone for posting coastal California pictures that included her mansion. In 2003, Streisand sued photographer Kenneth Adelman for distributing aerial pictures of her mansion in Malibu. But Adelman was no paparazzo—he operated the California Coastal Records Project, a resource providing more than 12,000 pictures of the California coast for scientists and researchers to use to study coastal erosion. At the time Streisand sued Adelman for $50 million, the picture in question had been accessed a whopping total of six times—twice by Streisand’s lawyers. Nonetheless, her lawsuit stated that the photos explicitly showed people how to gain access to her private residence. Of course, […]

Killing the Mockingbird

Q – Killing The Mockingbird from Ted Dunlap on Vimeo. Q is a group of patriots who were in the right place at the right time with the skills, courage and motivation to do battle with The Deep State. We are in the middle of that war. We are important participants. In under five minutes this video describes the situation and one of the roles we need to play in it. I copied it to my Vimeo channel as insurance against having it removed or made inaccessible in its native site. This particular front is over our sources of information, and therefore the hearts and minds of us all. The criminal cabal is losing, but will do everything in […]

primer on inflation

Two experts in real economics discuss inflation, money supply, manipulation. Always good, this Ron Paul Liberty Report covers inflation: how, what, why.

John Taylor Gatto

? John Taylor Gatto .com website has much of his efforts to inform on and correct the damage done by the government school system. He passed away Oct 25, 2018. His books clearly define the problem with the USofA educational system. It is, unfortunately, by design. He recognized that after trying in vain to fix it from within. If he wasn’t the single most important voice for freedom, good sense, and respect for children in education, he was certainly among the top three or four. Dead at 82. Gatto spent nearly 30 years as a teacher in the infamously rough New York City public school system. He was awarded New York City Teacher of the Year three consecutive years while […]

big tech stifling of free speech is on shaky ground

Whether they started life as Deep State programs or were later co-opted varies between entities, but ‘the tech giants’ are clearly working for globalists controllers whose enemies are US … (You and me, rather than the USofA). If that is not clear enough, when one declares war on and initiates attacks upon another, the party of the second part is at war not of their own choosing, but of defensive necessity … or crushed into slavery. There again, we are clearly the aggrieved party… placed on defense of liberty not by our choice, but by the choices of the aggressors. The greatest renaissance in human existence is right square in front of us … IF we can retain free flow […]