Jordan Sather, Buffalo Shooting – These Flags Won’t False Themselves!

Jordan Sather How many flags could the CIA false if the CIA could false flags? [Editor’s note: Jordan Sather’s got it right: one more phony “false flag” to promote gun control, where this one bears striking similarities to the Christchurch, NZ, mosque shootings, which were equally like video games in their production values. Check out “The New Zealand Shootings: Were they real or a political stunt?” (7 June 2020) with this unoriginal “amateur hour”. Notice the absence of blood, nobody screams or evades, cartoon weapon, and much, much more.]  …

Todd Gregory and Erik Gregory, The Thousand-Year Progressive Reich

By Todd Gregory and Erik Gregory In the movie Jaws, the Roy Scheider character (Chief Brody) famously declares “we’re gonna need a bigger boat.”  With today’s Democrat party, they’re going to need a much bigger clown car. Democrat “thought leaders,” influencers, politicos, and voters all speak the same progressive patois — sustainability, equity, intersectionality, cultural appropriation, white fragility, and of course racism.  United in kneejerk conformity, they have all mastered the vernacular of victimhood and meaningless platitudes. Bumper sticker slogans abound, and yard signs — science is real; love is love —…

Joachim Hagopian, Today’s Shifting Balance of Power, Elites’ Endgame Dystopian Nightmare: Its Winners and Losers 

Joachim Hagopian Over seven years ago I wrote a Global Research article entitled “Global Shift in the Balance of Power Moving from West to East,” focusing on the formation of the BRICS economic alliance (Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa), its sheer thrust compelling even America’s most stalwart allies in Europe and Australia to gesture toward jumping the USD lollipop ship. Another enormous, even more significant sea change currently underway amidst these calamitous times is the elites’ synchronized perfect storm of converging global crises, one of which is the final death throes of the US dollar…

Democrats Silent as Republicans Rip Into Secret Royalty Checks to Fauci, Hundreds of NIH Scientists

By Mark Tapscott Top Democratic leaders with oversight of the National Institutes for Health (NIH) are keeping quiet about the $350 million in secret payments to agency leaders like Dr. Anthony Fauci and hundreds of its scientists. The Epoch Times received no responses from multiple requests to Sen. Patty Murray (D-Wash.) and Rep. Frank Pallone (D-N.J.) for comment on a report by a non-profit government watchdog estimating that Fauci, former NIH director Francis Collins, and hundreds of NIH scientists got as much as $350 million in undisclosed royalty payments from…

John Massaro, More Proof that Israel Was Behind 9/11

by John Massaro IN THE MONTHS AND years after September 11, 2001, there was plenty of commentary in the alternative media that implicated Israel in the events of that day. I had my doubts about that, not because I ever believed the fairy tale about nineteen Arab hijackers, or the boogeyman terrorist Osama bin Laden, much less Bush Junior’s line that “they hate our freedom,” but because there was no smoking gun, as there had been on June 8, 1967 during the six-day war, when Israeli air and naval forces strafed and torpedoed…

Enough Fraudulent Votes Identified to Change 2020 Election Outcome: Dinesh D’Souza

By Ella Kietlinska and Joshua Philipp ‘I’m putting this information out because I want the American people to be the jury.’–Dinesh D’Souza Analysis of cell phone records performed by an election intelligence group shows that thousands of fraudulent ballots were deposited in mail-in drop boxes during the 2020 election, an amount sufficient to change the outcome of the election, said Dinesh D’Souza, director and writer of the documentary “2000 Mules.” Many people, including D’Souza, were baffled by numerous anomalies occurring in the 2020 election especially by the sudden stopping of the vote count on…

William de Berg, THE IGNOBLE LIE

William de Berg In Plato’s Republic, Socrates describes how a society could rationalize the existence of different classes of society by using what has been translated as a “noble” or “royal” lie.[1]    What Socrates threw out, somewhat half-seriously, was something closer to a founding myth, which like religious myths are either prehistoric (e.g., Dreamtime, Valhalla, Garden of Eden) or ahistoric (e.g., certain apocryphal stories concerning the beginnings of modern religions that are not documented in the contemporary historical record).   There are advantages to such myths, of course, such as the…

Russia Ambassador to U.S. Says NATO Not Taking Nuclear War Threat Seriously

TOM O’CONNOR  Russia’s envoy to the United States has told Newsweek that leaders of the U.S.-led NATO military alliance do not grasp the true gravity of a potential nuclear conflict erupting, as a tense war of words among powers looms over the ongoing fighting in Ukraine. As officials and other influential figures of the U.S. and allied nations accuse the Kremlin of summoning the specter of nuclear war over NATO’s support for Ukraine against Russia’s devastating invasion, Moscow’s ambassador in Washington, Anatoly Antonov, disparaged what he called “a flurry of blatant misrepresentation of Russian…

Joachim Hagopian, Ukraine, World War III and Elites’ Engineered ‘Perfect Storm’ of Human Genocide… Or Their Swan Song

Joachim Hagopian Some of Europe’s largest energy companies have recently broken rank, for purposes of survival opting to comply with Vladimir Putin’s demand to buy Russian gas in rubles, which has doubled in value since puppet Biden per his puppetmasters’ imposed sanctions to “hurt” Russia. In response to enforced sanctions ostensibly designed to destroy the Russian economy, Putin immediately slapped on the condition that all future trade with his gas and oil rich nation must be transacted either in rubles or gold. And his latest is a proclamation refusing regardless to do trade…

Ron Unz, American Meritocracy Revisited: Elite Admissions, Asian Quotas, and the Free Harvard/Fair Harvard Campaign

RON UNZ    The Disappearance of American Meritocracy For at least the last two generations, American conservatives have been loudly complaining about the racially-based employment and admission policies widely described as “affirmative action.” I know this to be true because as a youngster in the 1970s, strong opposition to affirmative action was the primary issue that gradually drew me towards the Republican Party, until I finally cast my first presidential vote for Ronald Reagan in 1980. Yet although Republicans have held the White House and Congress during much of this…