You Are Here 7-17-20

Supplemental memes and perspectives to enrich your news experience and add ammo to counter the lies… Somewhere between the headlines lies the truth.


Is E8 Lattice the True Nature of Reality? Or Theory of Everything?


“According to Texas’s state budget, $61 billion is spent on K-12 public schools. This number does not take into account spending on student courts or education services centers.

Given that 11.1% of student are illegals, this means illegals soak up $6.77 billion in educational costs.

Additionally, many of these children don’t speak English well and need supplemental English instruction?

The Federation for American Immigration Reform estimated that for 2014, ESL lessons cost Texan taxpayers $1.1 billion.”


Way Fair Questions Need to Be Asked


Article is from 2016 but still has relevance today as we see the agenda playing out: ICE Agent Commits Suicide in NYC; Leaves Note Revealing Gov’t Plans to Round-up & DISARM Americans During Economic & Bank Collapse


‘Mob rule’ sparks congressional push to protect U.S. gun rights

Chilling effect: ‘American citizens no longer have the right to protect themselves at their own homes’



Truth Whisper – Gab Vader@truthwhisper

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This biological weapon dropped on purpose will be one thousand times worse then 9/11 attacks for stripping every human right and pushing every evil NWO agenda item.

– Cashless society

– Tracing apps

– Destroy the middle class

– Destroy all small to medium sized businesses

– Destroy white people

– Mandatory vaccinations

– Mandatory immunization ID cards

– All food GMO’d

– No free speech

– No civilians with guns

– Completely controlled internet

– Eat the bugs and live in pods

War is peace and free thought is outlawed.

Walmart pushing to take no cash from customers.

https://www.thelist.com/226490/the-surprising-reason-walmart-is-asking-customers-not-to-pay-with-cash


RESIST! 
The MARXIST CULTURAL 
REVOLUTION


Deep Intellectual Nads@Heartiste

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Jared Taylor and AmRen sued Twatter for false advertising. What happened next will absolutely not surprise you.

……

No suit against a social-media ban had ever reached that stage, and we prepared for battle. We looked forward to taking the testimony of Twitter executives — we would put Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey under oath and make him try to justify censorship.

What then happened baffled both our legal team and Judge Kahn. Ordinarily, when a judge orders a case to move forward the defendant — in this case, Twitter — has no choice but to fight it out. If it loses, it can appeal. Instead, Twitter petitioned the California Court of Appeal for a writ of mandate and immediate review, something so unusual it left even our appellate practice lawyers scratching their heads. Twitter claimed that win or lose, merely to have to face a suit of this kind would cause it irreparable damage. Twitter persuaded Facebook, Google, Reddit, Snap (Snapchat), TripAdvisor, Yelp, and others to file a joint brief, agreeing with Twitter that letting our suit go forward would “open a Pandora’s box of litigation burdens and claims of liability against providers.”

The California Court of Appeal didn’t even give our lawyers a chance to reply. It issued a ruling “commanding” Judge Kahn to reverse his original finding that we had a valid case against Twitter based on California’s Unfair Competition Law. When a superior court orders a trial judge to reverse himself, he doesn’t have much choice, and Judge Kahn did as he was told. Our lawyers asked him to reconsider, but on March 8, 2019, he issued his final ruling, in which he threw out our UCL grounds for suing Twitter.

……

Props to Taylor. He came closer than anyone yet to giving the Lizardpeople Techlords a fright.

But in the end, the reptiles won. For now.

https://www.amren.com/commentary/2020/07/lawsuit-against-twitter-jared-taylor-social-media-censorship/


Guantanamo Bay Ordered To Prepare For ‘High-Level’ American Prisoners

https://amg-news.com/guantanamo-bay-ordered-to-prepare-for-high-level-american-prisoners/amp/?__twitter_impression=true


Is Contact Tracing Really about Gun Control?

https://thehill.com/opinion/civil-rights/506885-contact-tracing-can-curb-gun-violence-epidemichttps://townhall.com/columnists/bobbarr/2020/07/15/covid19-contact-tracing-as-thinly-veiled-gun-control-measure-n2572487

Action for America: Fighting Back Peacefully and Legally

A by Northwestem Un Wersity sociology professor And 
papachristos is illustrative of this movement to employ invasive contact tracing to 
address other problems, such as gun violence. In this particular proposal, however, 
there is no substance whatsoever. Not once does the professor actually say how contact 
tracing data would solve gun violence, only that "research" Of it - as some deus ex 
machina device — would magically solve the problem. 
That nonsense, such as the kind promoted by Papachristos, would be taken seriously 
even to the extent Of publication demonstrates the degree to which the Left will seize on 
Virtually any occurrence, Whether a viral pandemic, a police shooting, and especially the 
never-ending crusade to undermine the Second Amendment, as a vehicle With Which to 
further their political agenda.

Blaylock: Face Masks Pose Serious Risks To The Healthy


5G DANGERS: WORKERS DESTROY CELL TOWERS TO WARN PUBLIC

https://www.brighteon.com/6816d5ed-fc9b-4c4c-8c30-4bbb81f8bb6c


A Surge In Small Business Bankruptcies Is Underway

https://www.zerohedge.com/personal-finance/surge-small-business-bankruptcies-underway


coronavirus pirbright face mask

Another example of MSM Lies, The Atlantic, using their own “COVID Tracking Project”, shows the number of deaths increasing by 200 per day since July 6th, even though the CDC shows a 71% decrease in deaths from July 4th to July 11th. 

https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/nvss/vsrr/COVID19/index.htm

https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2020/07/second-coronavirus-death-surge/614122/

The Atlantic 
IIEAI,TII 
A Second Coronavirus Death Surge Is Coming 
'lhcrc was always a logical explanation for why cases rosc through the end of Junc while deaths did not. 
Actual CDC Death Rate 
mystery in the of Amicam dying from 
Despite political leaders the pandemic, deaths are rising again: Seven- 
day average for deaths day has by moa than 2(X) Since July 6, 
states reported deaths today, in line with the recent elevated numbers in 
'2020

Stonewall Jackson @1776Stonewall • 9h 
Replying to @1776Stonewall 
've read a lot about the Civil War, and I've read both sides of the story. 
I've read hundreds of letters from the troops to their loved ones back 
home. There were great men on both sides. Today it's taught that it 
was all about slavery. That is simply not true. 
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Stonewall Jackson @1776StonewaIl • 9h 
As a matter of fact, none of those letters the troops wrote, not one of 
them said they were fighting for slavery. 
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Stonewall Jackson @1776Stonewall • 9h 
Also Lincoln was not an abolitionist. As a matter of fact had there not 
been a Civil War he probably wouldn't have ended slavery. Ending 
slavery was a political move to prevent foreign countries from siding 
with the South. Slavery didn't end until 1863 - 2 years into the war. 
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Stonewall Jackson @1776Stonewall • 9h 
n the beginning both sides expected the war to be short. And for the 
first couple years the South was kicking the Unions ass. The 
Confederacy was now sending diplomats to foreign countries seeking 
aid and support - namely England, who purchased their cotton from 
the South. 
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Stonewall Jackson @1776Stonewall • 9h 
This is when Lincoln then made it about slavery. Because he knew that 
other countries couldn't openly ally with the side "fighting for slavery". 
So it was actually a brilliant move on Lincoln's part. It prevented other 
countries from recognizing the CSA as a sovereign nation. 
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Stonewall Jackson @1776Stonewall 9h 
Lincoln was not an abolitionist. Even during his 1st inaugural address 
he defended the Corwin amendment, which protected the institution of 
slavery. Also just 1% of Americans owned slaves, 7% of households. 
Most all confederate soldiers never owned slaves. 
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Stonewall Jackson @1776Stonewall • 9h 
you have to take it state by state. some states slavery was more of an 
issue than others. for instance originally 7 states seceded - South 
Carolina, Mississippi, Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, and Texas.. 
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Stonewall Jackson @1776Stonewall 9h 
Some states like Mississippi clearly state in Secession docs that 
slavery was a big reason for secession. However eventually 6 more 
states: Virginia, Arkansas, North Carolina, Tennessee, and eventually 
Kentucky and Missouri. Those states did not secede until The North 
waged war 
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Stonewall Jackson @1776Stonewall 9h 
States like Arkansas, for instance, state in their secession documents 
that a big reason for seceding was Northern aggression. 
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Stonewall Jackson @1776Stonewall 9h 
The South did not want to go to war. They believed the North had 
become tyrannical, controlling. They believed the original founding was 
being destroyed. They saw themselves as the true American 
traditionalists. They loved the founding of America. 
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Stonewall Jackson @1776Stonewall 9h 
Robert E. Lee's own grandfather-in-law was George Washington. They 
worshiped the founding fathers, the constitution and the Declaration. 
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Stonewall Jackson @1776Stonewall • 9h 
They did not invade the North. They didn't try and force them to into 
their ideology. They simply wanted to break off and do their own thing, 
just like the original 13 colonies. They did not want to go to war at all. 
Q 12 
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Stonewall Jackson @1776Stonewall 9h 
Even when it came time to go to war it was still a hard decision for 
many, Lee included, to fight for the Confederacy. Lincoln even offered 
Lee the job as his top general. Lee gave it much thought. Some in his 
family told him to fight for the Union. But Lee was a Virginian.
Stonewall Jackson @1776Stonewall 9h 
States like Arkansas, for instance, state in their secession documents 
that a big reason for seceding was Northern aggression. 
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C) 613 
Stonewall Jackson @1776Stonewall 9h 
The South did not want to go to war. They believed the North had 
become tyrannical, controlling. They believed the original founding was 
being destroyed. They saw themselves as the true American 
traditionalists. They loved the founding of America. 
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Stonewall Jackson @1776Stonewall 9h 
Robert E. Lee's own grandfather-in-law was George Washington. They 
worshiped the founding fathers, the constitution and the Declaration. 
Q 14 
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Stonewall Jackson @1776Stonewall • 9h 
They did not invade the North. They didn't try and force them to into 
their ideology. They simply wanted to break off and do their own thing, 
just like the original 13 colonies. They did not want to go to war at all. 
Q 12 
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Stonewall Jackson @1776Stonewall 9h 
Even when it came time to go to war it was still a hard decision for 
many, Lee included, to fight for the Confederacy. Lincoln even offered 
Lee the job as his top general. Lee gave it much thought. Some in his 
family told him to fight for the Union. But Lee was a Virginian.

𝖁𝖊𝖝𝖊𝖉 𝕻𝖆𝖗𝖙𝖎𝖘𝖆𝖓@VexedPartisan

3h·

I live in Oregon, and let me tell you a bit about the radical left. Radical left meaning the professors, politicians, drug addicted kids, activists. They do not care about morality or facts, they will however scream about morality and facts. Nothing you give them will make them happy. If they tell you to sit, and you do, in the next moment they will tell you to stand. It’s about control and not outcome. They hate creation of all kind, destruction is their only goal knowingly or unknowingly. This is the root of their hatred of God.

Their system of belief is anti good. If it produces they want it destroyed. If it’s beautiful they want it replaced. If it’s orderly they want it changed. They don’t even need leadership for this belief. The drive to destroy is instinctive.

They cannot be reasoned with, talked to, bribed, or threatened. We have nothing to offer them besides the end of our civilization and our deaths. They cannot be voted out because they control the election process. They cannot be charged with a crime because they control the justice system. Only one why is effective at removing these demons and it is a bit taboo to speak of.


Emerald Robinson 
@EmeraldRobinson 
BREAKING: Sources inside Trump 
Administration confirm to me that CDC 
has been misreporting the data for 
coronavirus to inflate the numbers. 
7:35 AM Jul 17, 2020 Twitter for iPad

LembradorDos6Trilliões says: July 17, 2020 at 12:11 am

These comments are really interdasting and synchronous with some thoughts that have been popping into my mind.
I have been taking a break from political stuff for the past weeks, and started to play this game called Crusader Kings 2 (I am going somewhere with this, stay with me (BTW: I play it with the Game of Thrones mod)), and what you need to know so you can understand my point is that this is a grand strategy game in contrary to other games of its type, you don’t play as a realm or a Country, you play as a character, who might be a Count, a Duke, Grand Duke, King or Emperor. This means that you can use military power (if you have it) OR scheme and assassinate, cajole, marry and subvert your way into more power over time, and you can get targeted in the same manner (other people will want to take your tittles and land).

So basically, this thing is a great simulator that provides a nice simulation of what it might be the life of a power hungry character with an insatiable lust for more power (the more tittles and lands you take from others, the more you score).

AND, there is a bloodline aspect to the game, which means, when your character dies, if you don’t have a legitimate heir that can keep your dynasty going, the game is over (and you get scored on how well you did in acquiring as much prestige, lands and tittles as you can). On the other hand, if you DO have a legit heir, all your shit passes to him and you keep going (meaning, your total score at the end of the game is not limited to your original character, but it’s really the score for your whole bloodline).

Now this is where I get to my point: during the game, you realize that many times the best way to advance the interest of your bloodline in the long term is to commit atrocious acts against many of the characters you encounter. Example: you might marry some noble so your heir inherits both yours and their tittles and lands; you might give some landed tittles (lordships) to your spymaster so he stays loyal to you and then make sure all his wives die so he never has a legitimate heir so once he dies everything you gave him so he remained loyal is inherited back into your bloodline; you might marry your sons and daughters off with some maniacal lunatic cannibal lord so you can get an non-aggression-pact with his realm going on because you want to go to war with some other realm and you can’t afford to ship off your men and have the lunatic capitalize on your move to raid or invade your lands. You get the gist of it. SO THE POINT IS: this is the kind of mindset the cabal people have, they will do anything and everything to get more power, and it is all justified for them because in their own minds might is right, and there is no such thing as right and wrong (which is the same way someone playing a computer game approaches it, that’s the way the gaybal faggots approach life).

Now this whole thing got me thinking: “Where does this come from?” and I tried to got back to the times when humans stopped being hunter-gatherers and started to use agriculture (which eventually lead to city creation (due to surplus of food) and civilization), but why stop there? So this got me thinking about hunter gatherers and tribes. Power struggles for leadership within a tribe were perhaps the attempt human biology made in order to ensure optimal breeding of the next generations (the same way animals fight for partners to ensure genetic fitness), which arises from the biological need for any organism to survive an harsh environment (which the Earth is, but still much better than other places in the Universe (at least for carbon based life forms (harshness of environment is obviously always subjective, a wolf adapted to survive in a cold environment would find it harsher to live where creatures adapted to high temperatures live and vice versa)).

And off course you also have the power struggles of tribes against other tribes. It’s all about who gets to stay on the land, who gets to claim what the land provides as theirs, and who gets to passes their genes with whom.

So this tells us that power struggles are instinctual, a biological phenomena of nature (and this is why it would always lead to the clown world we are living in now, with the gaybal surveilance shit and all the evil shit that is going down as certain people try to gather as much power for themselves and their bloodline as possible), but if that shit doesn’t get under control somehow, it leads to massive suffering and human misery. Enter religion, ethics and morality. The thing about the world being a fallen place resonates with the fact that if humans are not properly managed as masses via the use of a moral/ethical benign frame, then what we get is the shit we are seeing now. This is why Christianity is so crucial for the West, and why it talks about the dangers of letting our earthly passions run amok without any kind of restrain (which is what Satan tries to incite in people).

This is what the idea of Satan is all about, it’s when you tell people that anything goes because there is nothing else to life than the mechanics of getting more resources, and passing your genes, and that the best way to ensure your bloodline remains alive and has the best chances to remain so is to completely dominate everyone else (and if you try to analyze what the big gaybal families do, that’s what they do in their quest for infinite power).

And the curious but not surprising aspect about Satan is that it also ends up tricking its own followers, because it also introduces the concept of unrestrained hedonism into the picture. Because, if you have all the resources in the world, and you have all your t’s crossed and i’s dotted, then what else is there to life?

So it is pretty logical to claim that Satan is at the top of the chain of this gaybal shit, it starts with the seed of the lust for infinite power in the mind of some men/women, which leads them to incite others to do evil shit (because it works for them. Example: the gaybal takes a loser like Epstein, gives him the tools to present himself as a billionaire, provides him the resources to set up a pedo blackmail ring, and off he goes, preying on children (only non-Jewish ones thou, in his specific case) who get rapped and killed, destroying lives, having people who might be a problem killed and families threatened, etc. And what is the end result? Epstein bosses get leverage on some of the most powerful people in the world via pedo blackmail material, which in turn makes THEM more powerful, and that leverage allows them, for example, to force the people they have under their thumb to send more and more money to Israel, to have them force the US Military to be used for Israel’s expansionist wars, to have laws being passed which allow Israeli companies to get US tax payer funded Corona relief packages, etc). And so the cycle goes on, the lust for power makes people do evil shit, and makes people incite others to do evil shit, and unless it gets stopped, it just goes on and on until all we have is a huge pile of shit all around.

/autistic rant


Interview With The Devil – The Secret To Freedom And Success – Napoleon Hill

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