Brother Against Brother

It’s the type of grandstanding behaviour you’d expect to see from rival rapper stars. But, no, this one comes from the heart of Europe and we’re just witnessing Act I. Using the venue of the burial of yet another cardinal who “died peacefully,” an ex-Pope lashes out at current Pope. Behind it all, is “somebody” waiting for the implosion before they swoop in and pick up the pieces? Click to hear what the Pope Emeritus Ratzinger really thinks of his successor Pope Francis.

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Trump’s War on Pedophiles Just Went Hot

It’s so refreshing, for once, to see a piece of quietly passed legislation that is actually something positive instead of nefarious. Don’t hold your breath waiting for CNN or the N.Y. Times to alert you to the fact that your president just strapped on his Terminator gear and has sallied forth in his war on human traffickers. Not just one, but three bills are on their way to the Senate. Read on for a preview of HR 2664, HR 2480, and HR 2200.

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Pope Francis

Regime Change in Dens of Iniquity

A rash of scandal has suddenly befallen the Vatican at the highest levels of power. While we may cheer at the apparent indications that those who would harm children are finally being flushed out, a larger agenda may also be at play as the global financial system marches towards inevitable upheaval. What is the relationship between sacerdotal orgies and the global economic reset? As usual, it’s always about blackmail and regime change. And the Holy See is just as susceptible to it as any other sovereign.

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Getting Down to Business

Presidents Putin and Xi hosted a business event at the Kremlin on July 4th. Representatives from media companies and cultural organizations were in attendance. Heads of commerce from many sectors shook hands with their Russian or Chinese counterpart and signed Memos of Understanding. Xi was awarded the highest order of friendship from the Russian Federation, the Order of St. Andrew the Apostle. It is clear that that threads of the Silk Road fabric are being woven stronger with every passing day. Read on for highlights and video from the event.

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The Right to Bear Debt

We’ve been hearing the phrase “Deep State” continuously these days along with the call to tear it down. But did you stop to think that America was itself founded by a “deep state” conspiracy of privileged merchant-lenders back in 1776? Reflect here on a recent article posted by Jada Thacker, “Deep History of America‚Äôs Deep State”.

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Did He Just Say Colonies on Mars?

Over 20 years ago, Art Bell used to talk about “The Quickening”. Two decades later, I’m pretty sure most of us would agree that, suddenly, “a glitch in the Matrix” seems to be unfolding. But remember what Trinity said, “It happens when they change something.” Yes, “they” are still weaving the fabric. Read on for statements recently made by Robert David Steele that begins connecting dots between Mr. Global’s #Pedogate and his Secret Space Program.

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Missionaries Make Perfect Spies

Russian intelligence-gathering capabilities are top-notch. If you wanted to spy on wealthy Russian citizens, but do it outside the usual official channels, how would you do it? What if an American church down the street was not only doing that very thing, but earning millions of tax-free rubles every year on the practice? I think we just found our answer. Read on to speculate what’s up with those clockwork annual raids of confidential Scientology files.

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Dear Oliver: About Those Putin Interviews

Oliver Stone was given an invitation to visit the person who is arguably the most important world leader at the moment and record those conversations over a two-year period. Unlike the recent Megyn Kelly dud, this film director actually made respectable use of his opportunity. Good, but not Great, was my overall critique of the 4-hour series. Here is the message I sent to Mr. Stone when he asked for comments on his production.

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Canada Renders Parents Obsolete

On June 1, 2017, Canadian lawmakers in Ontario passed a bill by a vote of 63-23 that essentially prohibits a minor child’s parents from disagreeing with the child’s “gender preference.” A child can cry “Abuse!” if his parents contradict him and try to exercise their right as caregivers to provide guidance to their own children. At this rate, why bother having parents at all, eh Canada?

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