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The_Watcher 1 point ago +1 / -0

Maybe he only needed the financial support while he was growing his companies and now he has made it he wants to restrict any opposition by denying them the same opportunities?

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The_Watcher 2 points ago +2 / -0

Hitler was a corporal in WW1 whose higher ups would not put in for promotion because he had no leadership qualities! He managed to win two Iron Crosses, regardless.

Germany was winning WW1 in 1916 but someone approached the British government and asked them if they would like the US to join the battle. The Allies though that was a great idea but how could that be achieved - and what was required in return?

The preson who approached the government was Baron Rothschild. He said he would sort out the Americans if the British would let the Jews have Palestine for them to live in. See the Balfour Declaration.

After WW1, the Germans were subject to huge reparations. I believe they were still paying them in the 1980s. They also lost quite a lot of territory. There were many Jews involved in these decisions. The lost land meant that many Germans would now find themselves living in other countries like Poland and France. That provided the basis for Hitler wanting to get those people back into Germany later on.

Between the wars many Jewish people had control over the banks and the media. (Sound familiar?) There was rampant inflation. There were stories of people being paid on a Friday and running straight round to the shops to buy food for the next week. If they left it a few hours they would not be able to buy as much.

Cities like Berlin turned into a den of iniquity. LGBTQ etc could be found openly on every street cotrner and in every nightclub.

The global Jewish community then declared a trade war on Germany.

Jewish leaders, in combination with powerful international Jewish financial interests, had launched a boycott of Germany for the express purpose of crippling her already precarious economy in the hope of bringing down the new Hitler regime.

Apart from that I don't think he had much of a reason at all.

If you have the time, this series of films is excellent.

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The_Watcher 1 point ago +1 / -0

Just a thought:

Imagine you were an intelligenvce agency who had access to "heart attack guns". Wouldn't the vaccine side effects be the perfect cover for a few "operations"?

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The_Watcher 2 points ago +2 / -0

To get a feeling about what Baldwin is really like you should listen to this from the Viva Frei Vlawg

He dis a canadian lawyer and he iscusses why he feels Baldwin did pull that trigger and also provides some background, based on recordings, of Baldwins fiery temperament.

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The_Watcher 8 points ago +8 / -0

I can't say for certain whether renewable energy will be a sustainable solution or not. However, I am ver suspicious of anyone who touts all the upsides without seemingly to understand any of the downsides.

If we move to electric vehicles we will about double our electricity consumption. Are we ready for that? Electricity is the epitome of hand-to-mouth or just-in-time production. Just producing the right amout of electricity averaged over any period is not proof that it will work. Imagine getting 365 breakfasts, lunches and teas on Jan 1st and no more food for the rest of the year. The average works out well but you could still be starving after January.

Consequently, we need to be able to store huge quantities of electricity. Mining for the chemicals to make batteries, electric motors and generators is not a zero pollution undertaking. For instance, see: Rare-earth mining in China comes at a heavy cost for local villages

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The_Watcher 5 points ago +5 / -0

"They" know the power of the family. We all know the names of the Rothschild family or the Rockefeller family. We have heard of Mafia families and of the 13 families. There is power in a family so they want to keep it all for themselves.

Divorces, abortions, drugs, feminism, women working rather than bring up children, single parent families, LGBTQIA ... etc, they all push the average Jane and Joe away from maintaining a solid family.

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The_Watcher 2 points ago +2 / -0

According to a letter in The Times, Boris Johnson has plans to overrule judges.

While I disagree with some judges some times I don't think that allowing Bopris's ministers to override those decision would be an improvement. You also have to think that in the future, you might get a government you seriously disagree with and they would have the final say on everything.

The Black Belt Barrister is up in arms about it - as all Brits should be, in my view.

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The_Watcher 3 points ago +3 / -0

Will it be like Germany where you have to be fully jabbed before you can top yourself?

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The_Watcher 2 points ago +2 / -0

The Breitbart comment gives pause for thought:

Assessment of 13-year-olds’ reading and math achievement has revealed a statistically significant drop in scores over the past eight years.

I wonder if those 13-year-olds will ever discover what "statistically significant" means?

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The_Watcher 1 point ago +1 / -0

It is a good job it has been reduced. I would never have bought one at $299!

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The_Watcher 4 points ago +4 / -0

It is all going according to plan so far. On the one hand they claim the company has done nothing and never will and on the opther they are examining everything it has done to find any improprieties they can hold over Trump.

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The_Watcher 1 point ago +1 / -0

I do have a certain amount of sympathy for Putin. There are many types of war.

Type 1:The Swiss had it sussed. They played their joker somewhere in the mid 1800s and they said they were not interested in wars. Wouldn't that make it a good place to run the world from? No fear of bombs, invasion or being drafted. A good place to carry out international business transactions during someone else's wars, perhaps?

Type 2: Apart from today in 1941, the US managed to avoid mass bombings, shellings and invasions. Their young men went abroad and many never returned.

Type 3: The UK was badly bombed many times - particularly, London, Coventry and air bases. Their men went to foreign lands and many remained there.

Type 4: France was bombed, mainly by their allies! They were forced to live with their enemy. That must have been difficult.

Type 5: Then there was Russia. They were bombed, shelled and invaded on a broad front. The defeated civilians were not treated well. The siege of Leningrad was horrendous. It lasted around 900 days and about 800,000 lives were lost. I can't imagine what it must have been like.

I have just had to find a recording of Shostakovich's Leningrad symphony - which they managed to perform while under siege. Music specially written, smuggled in and played by anyone they could find still alive who could work an instrument and relay it to the surrounding German army. A single finger salute if there ever was one.

Of course, for the Russians that was history repeating. Napoleon had also wrought havoc on Russia. The creation of the USSR gave them a buffer zone to stop it happening a third time. NATO was formed specifically to oppose the Russians. The buffer zone was lost when the USSR collapsed. NATO said they would not move an inch closer to the Russian border. They kept their word - they moved 600 miles closer! NATO wants to put missiles right next to Russia. I seem to remember JFK taking a dim view of that kind of behaviour. Consequently, the Russians are worried all over again.

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The_Watcher 2 points ago +2 / -0

They may have bigger problems. Their DNS links could go missing. Their connection to the Internet could go AWOL. The sites could be swamped by billions of trolls - some of them even real people.

What they are trying is not easy and I wish them every success and the best of luck.

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The_Watcher 2 points ago +2 / -0

I know I shouldn't but the thought of Israel leading anyone by the nose does have its funny side.

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The_Watcher 2 points ago +2 / -0

He strongly disliked Fauci as well so he would not have held back. A very convenient death indeed.

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The_Watcher 4 points ago +4 / -0

I am going to try and watch it tonight but sometimes this type of documentary is just too much to bear and I can feel my brain being addled so I switch it off early.

"Qanon" is already a bad start. It tells me right there that it will not be about "Q" , per se, but about what the powers that be want us to believe that Q is.

I remember watching a documentary about Saudi Arabia and it caused my teeth to itch. There were subtle clues like the people on one side of the argument were all interviewed in the street wearing casual clothes while the other side was all people in suits in traditional, gentleman's club style, spaces.

Whatever they say about Q, those posts certainly caused me to look below the surface at everything.

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The_Watcher 1 point ago +1 / -0

She is quite right.

What she does not say is that they would face a different set of problems!

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The_Watcher 1 point ago +1 / -0

Whatever we may think about masks, scientists have carried out many experiments to determine their efficacy. Thay also looked at them to see if they caused issues all of their own.

Here is a list of over 90 links to studies and articles demonstrating that masks are of little use and can be dangerous. Most of the links are to published scientific papers.

One issue is that the holes in the masks are enormous compared to the size of a virus. If you enlarged a virus to golfball size then the holes in a typical mask would be about 35 feet across so it is like trying to keep mosquitoes out using a chain link fence.

Another issue is if they did actually work they would be collecting viruses all the time they were being worn and so would be seriously hazardous waste at the end of the day. That amount of infectious material would need to be disposed of very carefully. Do we do that?

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The_Watcher 13 points ago +13 / -0

Al Gore went as well. Hillary and Bill went to an Antarctic centre in New Zealand and Hillary warned against allowing too many tourists in to Antarctica. Anthony Bourdain went once and Buzz Aldrin.

Prince Harry and King Juan Carlos of Spain have also been.

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The_Watcher 3 points ago +3 / -0

It's been a bit quiet on the ozone hole front recently. Of course, what they never told us was whether the hole had always been there - partly, at least, because they do not know! The detection equipment required had not been invented much before the hole was discovered.

So, the ozone hole might have always been there in which case it is probably not an issue.

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