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“Make sure those you follow talk about the surveillance, because everyone who is in the game knows. Make them either damage the machine by saying it, or reveal they are part of it by staying silent. Demanding our side talk about the surveillance is really the closest to a Xanatos gambit our side has.”
“Fresh evidence submitted in a major 9/11 lawsuit moving forward against the Saudi Arabian government reveals its embassy in Washington may have funded a “dry run” for the hijackings carried out by two Saudi employees, further reinforcing the claim that employees and agents of the kingdom directed and aided the 9/11 hijackers and plotters.” MbS seems on the same page as Trump, so what changed things? Where they under some threat which made them comply and it was lifted? Did they just decide to join the team they thought would win and switch sides? Was it a clique in the Kingdom which got unseated by MbS?
Fulton County Grand Jury was totally mentally unhinged, based on questions it was asking, reveals election lawyer. Statistically, given Trump’s popularity, what are the chances the Grand Jury they absolutely needed would end up filled with Cabal assets? Might domestic intelligence have a way to make sure it was 100 percent going to be a Cabal jury?
Americans’ cars now have ‘unmatched power to watch, listen and collect information about what you do and where you go’ – with at least 84% of 25 car brands in bombshell study sharing or selling personal data. I think what is going on is just like when you want to use an app on your phone, it demands access to your contacts, and your text messages, and your camera and your mic, and you can’t get apps which don’t do that, now the cars demand access to your phone stuff to sync your car with your phone, so they start with all that data, and then probably are pulling mic feeds while you talk in the car, doing GPS on everywhere you go, tracking how you drive and the routes you take and where you stop to shop. It is probably like how you cannot get a phone now with a battery that can be removed. If you want that, you are, like me, buying smartphones from like 2005-2007, and you just don’t use them for anything personal, and keep the battery out as much as possible. Amusingly enough, it will be the poor-fags who launch the revolution who they will have no data on, and it will be the rich fags whose data on everything will be out there, probably for sale somewhere, who will be on the run, with intel files available. Probably why we get so much surveillance now.
People who trust their gut are suckers for ‘bulls–t’ conspiracy theories: scientists. Apparently that is the technical name for conspiracies in the sciences. Don’t trust your gut anon, you must trust the narrative crafters and their mouthpieces in the mainstream media. A measure of how big the lies are getting.
Arizona’s House Democrats used a post to X over the weekend to praise New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham’s (D) order banning both the concealed and open carry of handguns in cities such as Albuquerque.
The sheriff in New Mexico’s largest metro area has vowed not to enforce an emergency order by the governor to temporarily suspend the right to carry firearms in public in and around the city of Albuquerque.
The George W. Bush Institute executive who organized a joint statement by 13 presidential libraries pledging to unify to preserve democracy was previously revealed as the person who leaked the infamous Steele dossier to BuzzFeed after the 2016 election. Asshole’s name is David Kramer.
Three separate coin shop owners have found their bank accounts suddenly shut down without any prior notice or explanation from their financial institutions. Fascinating because it sounds like domestic intel decided to shut down their business so they could take over the space. And one call to the bank, and these guys are debanked out of the blue. You will see more of that in the future. People do not realize yet that as this thing has expanded, it has connected things nobody would have thought were connected. Government and businesses and banks, and TV stations. Imagine the mafia controlling every business and bank, and you want to start a successful business which will compete with one of their’s. That is where we are at.
Democrats should be ‘concerned’ ahead of 2024, Brazile says. I do not think many of them know much more than we do, beyond there is a conspiracy, it will reward them for doing what it wants, and it may or may not be in control.
A fourth Joe Biden email alias surfaces. I am actually surprised, because as someone running a lot of aliases, it can get tough to keep them all straight. It feels like there was someone running all this for him, as I do not think he was keeping all these aliases straight.
Freudian slip? Biden says cabinet will work to ‘increase number & intensity of extreme weather events & be wary – We’re going to be – tsing all the resources available to the government to do it.’ Before the 2020 election Biden said they had assembled a voter fraud machine unlike anything ever before seen in history.
Susanna Gibson, a mother-of-two and Virginia Democratic candidate, performed sex acts with her husband online – and asked viewers to pay TIPS. If she didn’t have this in her background, she would not have gotten this far. They would have shut her down before she started. I wonder if they tried to give her a David Patterson sit-down, to explain how they would own her if they gave her the win, she said she didn’t want to work for them, and now she is a feature story on the Daily Mail. Also worth note, she is vehemently anti-Republican and anti-gun.
Seven living CIA directors – Michael Hayden, James Woolsey, Leon Panetta, David Petraeus, Michael Morrell, William Webster & Robert Gates – on the board of the group deputized by DHS to censor your opinions about mail-in ballots during the 2020 election cycle.
California bills headed to Newsom’s desk will launch a transgender inquisition targeting parents. And nobody wants these things. And the politicians do not care, because they don’t need votes in the election to “win” the office.
Piers Morgan does a show on serial killers. Show will probably suck because he is a midwit. But what struck me is this, because it is emblematic of the vast majority of Cabal:
Just being in such proximity to some of these monsters — I do all the interviews face to face with them in maximum-security prisons across America — often makes my skin crawl.
And I’m always thankful for the presence of the guards standing a few feet away, keeping watch over their lethal inmates, knowing that some of them wouldn’t give a damn about adding me to their murder record.
Several times, I’ve had cause to be genuinely concerned for my safety.
During an increasingly confrontational interview with a man dubbed the Kansas City Strangler, Lorenzo Gilyard — who fatally throttled at least 13 women during a 17-year killing spree — I suddenly realized the lone guard had wandered off to the far end of the larger room, and I nervously pondered what would happen if Gilyard jumped up and tried to strangle me, which he looked like he wanted to do.
“How long would you have kept the cameras rolling before pulling him off me?” I asked my producer afterward.
“One second before asphyxiation,” he chuckled ruefully. “Though if I got the timing wrong, it would be great for ratings.”
Think about that. Some dude, long past his prime jumps at Piers and reaches for his neck (probably with locked elbows, from way above on their toes coming down to him), and he himself feels like there would be no hope. Piers is male, and he has made it to like 65, and never had the vaguest intellectual curiosity about how to fight or defend himself. A guy goes to put his hands around his neck, and all he can do is look for who is nearby to save him, and he himself feels if there is nobody there, then he’ll go possum, and that killer will, no-problemo, put him down like you would wring out a washcloth. It is worse than being a pussy. It is being incurious. That is why so many of them took the vaccine. They have no ability to understand, and zero desire to. It is why almost none of them shoot, or understand anything about medicine, or can handle their pool chemistry, or repair their homes or their cars, or can grasp why people would be so horrified by the conspiracy itself. And if you tell them you find something like how people clear rooms with a gun is interesting, or even that you might practice taking corners or engaging people, they will think you weird. It is why if this thing gets revealed, I believe it will not last long. It is a minority of the incurious, propped up by a small handful of intelligence, for the purpose of suppressing the majority of the curious. And I think curiosity has, within it, the seeds of fearlessness.
Israeli officials make first ever public visit to Saudi Arabia. Biden just snubbed Netanyahu, due to bad blood, the media says over judicial reform, but it feels like that is a symptom of something deeper.
Chinese shopping app TEMU’s software “has the full array of characteristics of the most aggressive forms of malware/spyware” with “hidden functions that allow for extensive data exfiltration unbeknown to users, potentially giving bad actors full access to almost all data on customers’ mobile devices” and “it is evident that great efforts were taken to intentionally hide the malicious intent and intrusiveness of the software.” Next up, a wave of dirt cheap Chinese cars which want to sync with your phone, and are more luxurious and feature filled than America cars. But they need your phone synced to start them up.
China said that a US citizen jailed for life for espionage lured Chinese officials into bugged hotels and used “honey traps” to blackmail them into spying for Washington. I think most guys spend their lives chasing highly selective women who will barely give them a second look. So to them, the idea women will make sex transactional, or that some command figure can point, and that woman would just bed a guy, and even act enthusiastic is not even comprehendible. And yet, I think in intelligence culture, that is seen in women as a mark of professionalism, and their willingness to do anything to win. It is totally different from regular society, and that makes it unimaginably powerful, and for that reason, quite common. I am still not sure about the story itself though, because I am sure China has a ground game like I see here. In the US you might get away with it, to the extent the ground surveillance is not really concerned with US NatSec, but rather is focused on the transnational conspiracy’s control. They might ignore, or even allow and piggyback such an operation, looking to turn the assets themselves with the treason they capture. But I would assume if I were trying this in China, I would get caught, especially if I was a US citizen. They will be listening to you breathe while you sleep. Makes me wonder if the guy doing this was being fantasy camped, and didn’t know about the surveillance we just take for granted now.
A Dutch court sentencing a former Pakistani cricket star to 12 years in prison for offering a reward for the murder of the leader of the Party of Freedom Geert Wilders over a Prophet Mohammed cartoon contest. Tried in absentia, still in Pakistan, Pakistani government will not extradite.
What is happening to Ukraine in a photo – “OMG, people, I am so enthused! I mean his foot was completely blown off! I can’t believe I am looking at the stump!”:
The reporter, before and after:
Former Zelensky administration officials speak to National File…Zelensky accused of money laundering, stealing American money, persecuting opponents, cocaine use, selling his weapons, taking Russian money, and more.
Appeals court: doctors can sue FDA for condemning Ivermectin as a COVID-19 treatment, resulting reputational harm. But it never affects an individual. What do FDA execs care if they have to give $8 billion in taxpayer funds to some lawyers and a few doctors? They still get their plum job at a big biotech when they leave in two years.
President Donald Trump’s lead over his nearest competitor in the Republican primary field, Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL), has expanded four percent since August and now sits at nearly fifty points, according to a national TIPP insights poll.