Bill Maher commenting about having sex with children is an ongoing disturbing trend he seems to love to “joke” about.
Floating the idea as if it were a good thing, Wahhabist domestic terrorist John Brennan suggests a good bi-partisan move for Congress would be to go along with the extra-constitutional removal of the highest elected official on the planet.
Trouble is, they are speaking to an increasingly shrinking number of weak-minded and suggestable Americans who still believe the Russian narrative magic trick as concocted by Robbie Mook and John Podesta on November 8-9 and recounted by Jonathan Allen and Amie Parnes in their book “Shattered: Inside Hillary Clinton’s Doomed Campaign.”
The question on my mind is – why does Clapper have a platform to speak at all given his brazen lies to Congress regarding spying on the American people?
Jim Acosta continues to pretend he’s a reporter, but everyone knows he’s an Open Society activist. In this clip, he wants to accuse Steven Miller of racism, but it backfires in dramatic fashion because he doesn’t have a basic working knowledge of global demographics. India is the largest foreign population of English speakers, Jim. And no, Jim, they are not white.
Consider the alternative – WE all work harder for less so the elitists can free up time between parties to plan how to steal even more from us.
And a Nazi to boot.
“We got the most votes,” he says, while the most “liberal” states are fighting the President’s election commission on voter fraud.
He thinks the electoral college is in place to benefit the slave states. Today. In America. I don’t recall hearing that one during the 2016 Presidential Election. He also believes this race-baiting rhetoric is good for the Democratic hopefuls in 2018. He failed to mention, however, how he believes Russia managed to trick those slaves in “the rust belt” to cast a vote for their master – let alone how it came to be how he believes that slave states even exist (literally or metaphorically) in 21st-century America.
“The majority of Americans according to every poll are very liberal on the issues,” he says. What polls? The same ones that said Donald Trump had zero chance of winning the presidency? And what issues? Healthcare? Taxes? Illegal immigration? Political Correctness? Bollocks.
“So…enjoy your miserable life on your…island,” he says– as if what makes living in Great Britain so intolerable is not being ruled by UN-ELECTED bureaucrats in Belgium.
Moore equates intellectual superiority with submission by the populace at large. He believes that being free to decide your own laws in the society in which you live is not being part of the greater whole. He says, “You’re still part of Europe, but uhhhh, maybe enough people there just don’t want to be…part of it.”
What?! That’s not what Brexit was about. It was about rule, not society. Was Europe not an entity until the EU? Hardly. Were more problems created in British society because of bureaucratic nonsensical political interference? An arguable certainty.
The reason Brexit happened is because the people are hip to Rule by Secrecy, and they are over it. The fight is on, and it’s baffling how Moore continues to pretend he’s on the side of virtue whilst shilling for the Globalist Elite. A snapshot of Moore’s filmmaking career reveals the gross and corrosive nature of political corruption. Once upon a time he talked out against the very people he now shills for.
“So…enjoy your miserable life on your…island.”
“Your mind is like a parachute, It works best open..”
While I look around the USA and notice many of my countrymen closing their minds evermore as the mass media corporations bombard them with constant programming of thought – how they think things should and shouldn’t be – I celebrate The Man who dared us to think for ourselves.
“While the USA helped defeat the Germans in World War II, we failed to defeat the Nazis.”
“President John F. Kennedy, like Lincoln, attempted to curtail the bankers by diminishing the power of the Federal Reserve. In June 1963, he issued $4.2 billion in United States Notes through the U.S. Treasury rather than the Federal Reserve System and also took steps to shift power away from the wealthy corporate elite.”
“As author Alain de Botton notes, the problem with facts is not that we need more of them, but that we don’t know what to do with the ones we have.”
“Prior to the 1968 Gun Control Act, any person could legally own all sorts of weapons, including machine guns. Yet these guns prompted no school shootings.”
“Although considered a book of the Bible for five centuries, The Book of Enoch eventually was excluded from orthodox versions in favor of the book of Revelation.”
“aspartame, described by Dr. Joseph Mercola as “by far the most dangerous substance added to most foods today.”
“In 1983, just before he left his FDA position for a public relations job with Burson-Marsteller, the chief public relations firm for both Monsanto and Searle, Hayes approved aspartame for all carbonated beverages.”
“But when it comes to foreign policy and particularly issues involving the corporations, the banks, or the military, there is no difference between the two parties.”
“in September 2014, the European Centre for Disease Control and Prevention (ECDC) revealed that the pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline had released more than eleven gallons of concentrated live polio virus into rivers near Rixen, Belgium. The release, termed accidental, if in fact purposeful, would demonstrate a reliable way to ensure that the polio vaccine continues to be in high demand.”
“As will be demonstrated later, the true cause of the recent rise in mass shootings is not weapons but the increase in psychiatric drugs being prescribed for youngsters.”
“Perhaps this is because, as suspicious researchers have observed, more people are making a living off cancer than dying from it.”
“Hegelian dialectic, or problem, reaction, solution. This method basically involves fabricating or intensify a problem, offering a draconian solution, then settling for a “compromise” that nevertheless furthers the intended goal.”