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This article is as good of a summary as we can find. Look for military tribunals in the coming months. But putting every American globalist politician in prison won’t help if we still have major sources of globalist idolatry in … Continue reading →
Globalist idolatry is like a really huge beast: It’s not going to die quickly. I can’t offer a lot of concrete evidence. This is something that has been percolating all day in my soul — the golden age of the … Continue reading →
A video leaked yesterday demonstrating most emphatically that Google’s management planned ways to undermine Trump’s presidency. It was by any definition plotting an unarmed revolution, weaponizing the Internet and all of Google’s tools of power and influence over what people … Continue reading →
There are multiple revolutions taking place all at once. The most dangerous ones are in virtual space. On the one hand, you should expect to see some very serious efforts at Internet censorship during the Trump administration. On the other … Continue reading →
I was invited by the secretive and ghostly unnamed party running My Trending Stories to join their stable of writers. I gave them an honest shot, even going so far as writing a first article to post. But I couldn’t … Continue reading →
Byzantine — 3. highly complex or intricate and occasionally devious It’s one of several different uses of the word, but this is the one to which I refer in regards to Facebook. It’s run by a petty lefty tyrant who … Continue reading →