• "Spreading the ideas of freedom loving people on matters regarding metals, finance, politics, government and many other topics"

Yep, he is one of them, nothing more than controlled opposition......

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Interesting that this new Netflix series just came out recently - I've watched two episodes and thought it was hilarious (crude language though)...there is a "shadow govt" of masked powerful people who oversee a team that makes conspiracy theories. The team hangs out at a place called McUltra's and they go down the gambit of "conspiracy theories".


Anyway...probably nothing to do with this thread, but fun nonetheless.

No doubt the concept & idea are reality based... all designed to influence, build, construct and manipulate current reality... think about Youngs experiment (The Doubleslit)... reality can be molded & manipulated when the observers interpretations of reality can be created to accomplish agendas.... Many conspiracies & conspiracy theories are created to hide the real operations of the money power and their agents... do you really think the drug business can exist around the world without .gov co-operation? How about hu-man trafficking, slavery, kiddie porn, etc., it all exists because the common herd is distracted with an endless supply of fear based subject matter that is mostly illusion and has no real basis to expose the ways and means that global commerce is really conducted....

Watch the 8 part series McMafia... this is really how business is conducted around the world...
 

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What a con man, jerk & tool....

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Trump Takes Personal Credit For COVID-19 Vaccines In Interview With Candice Owens

 

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said he probably would not take the booster

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Trump says he 'probably won't' get a COVID-19 booster shot after denouncing them as a money-making ploy for pharma companies: WSJ

Trump told the Wall Street Journal he "probably won't" get a COVID-19 booster shot.

Trump previously denounced boosters as a "money-making operation for Pfizer" to Fox Business.

The former president urged his supporters to get the shot at a rally in Alabama late last month.

Then ,
He took the booster


 

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said he probably would not take the booster

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Trump says he 'probably won't' get a COVID-19 booster shot after denouncing them as a money-making ploy for pharma companies: WSJ

Trump told the Wall Street Journal he "probably won't" get a COVID-19 booster shot.

Trump previously denounced boosters as a "money-making operation for Pfizer" to Fox Business.

The former president urged his supporters to get the shot at a rally in Alabama late last month.

Then ,
He took the booster



Once again proves you cannot believe anything that spews from his mouth.... who would ever believe anything he says as truthful after reviewing his track record of lies, misrepresentationa & false promises he knew could never be kept... ??? I had high hopes for him in the beginning, but always knew he was in the billionaires club with the likes of Gates, Buffet and the rest of the club... Going against the club and the clubs trillionaires will result in severe financial & economic losses... he was hired to do the job he did, which was to sell the public and make them forget while creating a new fear based narrative, etc...
 

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didn’t they steal the election from Al gore also?

Bingo,

the hanging chad thingy

many probably don't remember how cheated the dems felt over that one,

which is kind of comical in and of itself, as it speaks to BB's point,

everyone in the world knew then Fl was a POS, and here we are all these years later, and it is STILL A POS.

albeit on a much larger footprint these days, ie not just miami dade or chicago or nyc

the supremes pulled the same stunts back then
 

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didn’t they steal the election from Al gore also?

The entire hanging chad nonsense was all one big act by both sides of the aisle, the judiciary & SCOTUS played their roles too. Didnt have a damned thing to do with chads and everything to do with the Electoral College.... I remember it well, one big polutical shit show and the state actors, judiciary and MSM were all complicent.....

I remember there were these questions on the ballots that asked "Should all of the sitting judges retain their positions" and "should the judges have term limits".... I asked many people, about 100, these questions and literally everyone said they voted term limits for judges and that the current judges needed to be replaced.... called the supervisor of elections and asked for the results... I was told 90% of voters voted to retain the current judges and they voted to deny term limits for the judges.... havent voted since then, its all rigged...
 

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didn’t they steal the election from Al gore also?
Perhaps. It certainly appeared to be a very close election that was ultimately decided by the supreme traitors.

The two elections were nothing alike though...and neither were the thefts...assuming the 2000 election was stolen. Both shrub 43 and owl bore seemed equally unlikable to me. That wasn't the case in 2016 where one candidate was despised even by supporters of his own party, spent most of the campaign in his basement, then somehow "won" anyway at 4am after vote tallies were halted. Yes team red also seemed to dislike orange man, yet the little people turned out for him in droves. The energy gap between red and blue voters was obvious and palpable.

Shrub 43) 50.456m Bore) 51m W +1.08%
Brandon) 81.269m Orange) 74.216m Brandon +9.5%

I believe the nation was genuinely divided on the issue of W vs Gore. That was not the case in 2020. Brandon couldn't even win his own early caucuses/primaries...he wasn't even competitive. Some here may disagree, yet I think it's fairly clear that DJT got more votes than any other candidate for president in US history. The 2020 election, like the 2016 election was about nationalism vs globalism business as usual...and Americans chose the former.

US population rose by 18.2% between those two election btw, and turnout allegedly increased by 53.25%. Something very strange happened in the wee hours on November 4, 2020 in several battleground states. Perhaps that's the actual insurrection date...and not Jan 6. Do not fool yourself into thinking 2020 was election fraud business as usual...it was not.
 

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Trump came.

He tried to do right; but there was too much of the Deep State.

He did improve the general environment, but the Globalists are not limited by what the law, and decent people, reject.

He had his time. That time is now done.

I have been saying for a year, Trump would not be back. Simply because of age and because his mind is not able to get around the immensity of the Satanic evil that's taken over the West.

He's now old...healthy for his age (less his Jabs) but fading, as happens to everyone. Ronald Reagan was a vigorous 70 when he took office. But Hinckley's bullets took something from him that he never got back.

It happens. AND...sad as it may seem...the "Brain Fog" syndrome is a common symptom in the Jabbed. It may be that Trump has it.
 

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Here is a very smart man's opinion, speaking from a very high horse.

Thanks for posting this. I like the argument it’s well constructed and could be possible.

I hadn’t previously considered the argument that willful misconduct by the vaccine manufacturers pierces their immunity. If proved they knew it would kill people immunity is gone.
 

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I hadn’t previously considered the argument that willful misconduct by the vaccine manufacturers pierces their immunity. If proved they knew it would kill people immunity is gone.
Absolutely.

Shield from liability from defective manufacture, is NOT a license to commit homicide with deliberately tainted drugs.
 

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Point Counter Point....

 

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Here is a very smart man's opinion, speaking from a very high horse.
My take on it, is, he is full of what makes the grass green.

If I need a translator to understand Trump, then I'm getting what the translator WANTS me to think.

Which may not be the truth and may not even be in Trump's own best interest. I don't buy this. Words have meanings; and if someone mumbles like Michel de Notredame, probably what's going on is, the guy is obfuscating, or is confused, or is an idiot or a drug user. Which, Nostradamus, was.

Elaborate strategy? Where is Trump now? How'd that 6-D Chess work out?

How about his supporters, rotting in a D.C. jail for a year, not even bail? That what he does with his supporters?

My take is the opposite. TRUMP GOT HAD by Big Pharma; and now, for whatever reason, he's been turned. Maybe he's afraid he'll be blamed for a perceived-bad vaccine. Which should not matter, if it IS a covert poison.

I won't take from Trump's achievements; but on the whole, he got used, he got had, the Deep State won.

And now we have this damned POISON to fight off.
 

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Point Counter Point....


I hold David Martin in high esteem. I think he’s going after pharma in the courts. Haven’t heard the vid yet but it’s saved
 

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didn’t they steal the election from Al gore also?
Nope, the algore lost. What it did though was teach the left they will have to cheat from then on if they ever wanted to gain power from any election. Shortly after that was the paul wellstone replacement "election" in Minnesota.

You know, the one where they kept re counting votes for days until stuart smalley won. The republicans did nothing to oppose the very obvious steal. Because the republicans refused to fight back then we have the absolute shitshow you see now.



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Trump endorses Pelosi for Speaker: 'She deserves it'

 

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Trump endorses Pelosi for Speaker: 'She deserves it'

LOL! This viewer comment sums it up nicely:

"I'm suprised he even kept such a straight face delivering such an obvious troll."
 

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I listened to the whole thing.

His essential point was that Trump was duped

Yeah, that's his point. MAYBE, he's right. There's A LOT of double speak going on from just about every angle. Name one person this side of Heaven that has it all nailed down.

This is NOT a dig against anyone here. It's all just clear as West Kentucky clay and sandstone.
 

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Yeah, that's his point. MAYBE, he's right. There's A LOT of double speak going on from just about every angle. Name one person this side of Heaven that has it all nailed down.

This is NOT a dig against anyone here. It's all just clear as West Kentucky clay and sandstone.
know what helps clear it all up?

Kentucky Whiskey

after a few shots, when someone tells you something, you really don't care...
 

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Yeah WiilA2, I’m still in listening mode. It’s improbable to me a guy as quick witted and smart as Trump got dull and old overnight. We’ll know what’s up when the next election for President comes along.

- did most of the jabbed actually die?
- did the masses figure out the scam
- did the government get put in its place or are they still trying to dictate choice to the people
- does Trump still have game?

I know the old adage that all a first term President wants is a second term. I’d like to see Trump get it and be free to act without re-election concerns. He’s been inside the beast enough to know how it works.

To those that believe he’s controlled opposition I’d say what do you have to lose?

If voting doesn’t matter try Trump
If you can’t get anyone elected that you trust, then try Trump again

At worst nothing changes, at best maybe he rips a few band aides off (I.e. disband the FBI)
 

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know what helps clear it all up?

Kentucky Whiskey

after a few shots, when someone tells you something, you really don't care...
We're becoming Soviet Russia.

Nothing works...except for the hard liquor. That always works. Shortens your life by decades; but it makes the People's Utopia somewhat tolerable.
 

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Shortens your life by decades;
when they're out to get you, ...
besides,
i didn't ever expect, to make it to the age i'm currently at...

and i spent too many years trying to shorten it all, enjoying the liquor, and yet, i'm still here

reminds me of Covid...how come i'm not dead yet?
 

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So, what happened on Christmas Eve related to that painting of Washington crossing the Delaware? Nothing! Yet there are those who simply can't stop chasing the next carrot. It's sad
 

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The Gospel of Donald Trump Jr. - The Atlantic

Snippetts:

We’ve turned the other cheek, and I understand, sort of, the biblical reference—I understand the mentality—but it’s gotten us nothing.

the scriptures are essentially a manual for suckers. The teachings of Jesus have “gotten us nothing.” It’s worse than that, really; the ethic of Jesus has gotten in the way of successfully prosecuting the culture wars against the left. If the ethic of Jesus encourages sensibilities that might cause people in politics to act a little less brutally, a bit more civilly, with a touch more grace? Then it needs to go.

 

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I'd would really like to think that Trump is NOT controlled opposition. I'd like to think that he carefully chose some seemingly conservative advisors who, as it turns out, were nothing more than deep state swamp rats and gave advice to him accordingly.

Anyone good who joined the staff discovered it was a toxic environment because they would be forever marked with a "scarlet letter" for working in the Trump admin...some didn't care, but some wanted to make a career after Trump and were forced out. Others who stayed on for the duration more than likely gave him some very swampy advice (such as not pardoning Assange). Trump left a LOT of decisions to the individual states and that is exactly what the Fed gov is supposed to do...and that is evidence FOR him not being a swamp rat in my book.

But I've been wrong before.
 

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The Gospel of Donald Trump Jr. - The Atlantic

Snippetts:

We’ve turned the other cheek, and I understand, sort of, the biblical reference—I understand the mentality—but it’s gotten us nothing.

the scriptures are essentially a manual for suckers. The teachings of Jesus have “gotten us nothing.” It’s worse than that, really; the ethic of Jesus has gotten in the way of successfully prosecuting the culture wars against the left. If the ethic of Jesus encourages sensibilities that might cause people in politics to act a little less brutally, a bit more civilly, with a touch more grace? Then it needs to go.


Too many people view Christianity as being limp-wristed. They just don't know Christ has a good right hook.
 

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Too many people view Christianity as being limp-wristed. They just don't know Christ has a good right hook.
Indeed. There's nothing Christian about wimping out and tolerating evil. Then again I don't think there's much Christian about the Trump family either.
 

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Indeed. There's nothing Christian about wimping out and tolerating evil. Then again I don't think there's much Christian about the Trump family either.

This form of public rhetoric will destroy support for Trump and Trump family by the far right & evangelicals.... looks like they are sabotaging themselves!
 

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This form of public rhetoric will destroy support for Trump and Trump family by the far right & evangelicals.... looks like they are sabotaging themselves!
Good.

The best possible interpretation of events for Trump is that he meant well but failed due to incompetence.

I'd much rather see someone like DeSantis get the nomination this time around.