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Many Americans have awakened to an apparent hidden agenda

 Posted on May 31, 2020 Slowly but surely, the mask of deceit is being ripped off and exposing the truth. Comment: Many Americans have awakened to an apparent hidden agenda behind the control methods utilized against  the covid virus.–the loss of our  freedom. The Bill of Rights is being continually attacked, and totalitarian state governors have become …

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Did Obama get away with treason? And the answer to that question appears to be a solid yes.

Health Ranger warned in 2017 that Obama was a “sleeper cell” committing treason with Iran Friday, January 10, 2020 by: Ethan Huff Tags: barack obama, Barry Soetoro, corruption, deception, Iran, national security, Obama, politics, sleeper cell, treason (Natural News) The explosive breakdown of diplomatic relations that occurred between the United States and Iran recently echoes back to what Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, warned about back in 2017 …

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Your List of Media Where the ‘News’ Is Censored — And Where It’s Not

A List of Media Where the ‘News’ Is Censored — And Where It’s Not Posted on September 20, 2015 by Eric Zuesse. —— A good test of the extent to which a given news-medium censors out news that the aristocracy (especially the people who control international corporations — the people who possess the ultimate authority …

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San Francisco Has Become America’s Largest Gated Community — And That Is Bad For California

  California is an earthly paradise. Yet there is something badly broken about the Golden State. At its best, California is America’s America, where the young and adventurous go for a fresh start.   The trouble is that housing in much of California has become so expensive that the young and adventurous have been priced …

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Russia to Pay Price for Lawlessness

  It did not end with Crimea, but then again, nobody thought it would. In the face of further Russian aggression in eastern Ukraine, the European Union and the United States should no longer consider financial and political support for the Ukrainian government an option. It’s now a necessity. NATO, on the other hand, should …

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Big Banks: The biggest welfare queens in the U.S.A. are the super wealthy themselves,

Citibank  Fails Fed Stress Test … The REAL Story     Bank of America… Citigroup …Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation… Federal Reserve… Goldman Sachs   Royal Bank of Scotland …Shadow Banking….  Bloomberg reports that Citigroup has failed the Fed’s new round of stress tests: Citigroup Inc.’s capital plan was among five that failed Federal Reserve stress …

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Sochi Games: Russian Ambition of Extravagance and Waste

The $51 billion cost of the Sochi Games, most expensive Winter Olympics in history, and alleged corruption are evidence of endemic problems.   The stadiums are all located along the coast overlooking the Black Sea This is the biggest construction project since the fall of the Soviet Union, on a par with the trans-Siberian railway …

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Gore Vidal, Iconic American Author, He wasn’t unhappy about being gay….

Gore Vidal, Iconic American Author, Had Way More Sex Than You Fred Astaire, Rock Hudson, Jack Kerouac, and even Jacqueline Kennedy show up in a new “sexual biography” of writer Gore Vidal.Author Tim Teeman examines why discussing the iconic writer’s sex life expands our understanding of him rather than contracts it.posted on November  2013  Tim TeemanBuzzFeed Contributor Gore Vidal …

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The Internet our grandchildren inherit might significantly more restrictive than network we enjoy today.

    Revelations by former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden in June about the U.S. government’s secret surveillance activities grabbed headlines across the globe. But while the world’s attention has been focused on the United States, prompting important discussions about the legitimacy and legality of such measures, disconcerting efforts to both monitor and censor …

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