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  1. And it’s clear that Hersh has become an enemy of the State., as I inferred above. Apparently some of his views are out there, but when one considers what regime changes(or ‘nonsense’ if you prefer) the CIA has been involved in, one can understand some of his ire directed at the US government. And I’m pretty sure we will never get the inside knowledge on why the US military was so abruptly pulled out of Afghanistan, leaving personnel and over 80 billion in equipment. Military equipment that Putin is now apparently picking up on the cheap from the Taliban. If nothing else, the US does not have a great track record or reputation. They could actually be guilty of such sabotage if they thought it was in the best interests.
  2. The New York Post has covered this story: https://nypost.com/2023/02/08/seymour-hersh-claims-us-navy-behind-nord-stream-2-pipeline-explosion/ “Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said in response to Hersh’s report that Moscow has “repeatedly expressed” its belief that the US and NATO were involved in the explosions. Prior to the invasion, President Biden had threatened that the Nord Stream 2 project connecting Russia and Germany would not move forward if an attack took place, causingsome to suspect US involvement when the pipelines exploded seven months later.” …“Hersh’s report suggested Biden ordered the explosions to stop Russian President Vladimir Putin from “weaponiz[ing] natural gas for his political and territorial ambitions,” as Germany — and the rest of Europe — relied heavily on Russia for natural gas. Without the pipelines, Europe would be forced to end its reliance on Moscow, starving Russia of billions of dollars that could have been contributed to its war effort, the report alleged. Hersh, a former reporter for the Associated Press and New York Times as well as a longtime contributor to the New Yorker, quoted White House spokesperson Adrienne Watson as calling his report “false and complete fiction.” Hersh also quoted CIA spokesperson Tammy Thorp, who wrote in an email: “This claim is completely and utterly false.”
  3. So in this amazing jobs market, on top of the previous tech lay offs I’ve documented of over 100,000, now Disney has released their job cuts. 5.5 billion in cost cutting as they restructure, and 7,000 jobs cut. I am baffled as to how in the midst of a ‘booming’ job market of 520,000 net new hires(for January), at the same time Tech, Parcel delivery and Theme park/tourism sectors can suffer such job losses. If ever the economy has seemed to be going in two different directions at once, now is that time. I would suggest caution for any large expenditures unless you are really sure or are in dire need. Putting things off for a few months to see what develops would not be a bad idea. https://finance.yahoo.com/news/disney-to-lay-off-7000-workers-cut-55-billion-worth-of-costs-in-latest-reshuffle-220217075.html
  4. Seymour Hersh, the renowned journalist, has released a jaw dropping story on his sub stack. In it he accuses the US military of taking out the Nordstream 2 pipeline last fall. He has an unnamed whistle blower who has the receipts, apparently. This is no joke. All hell is going to break loose on Sleepy Joe. His threats to, “bring an end to the Nord Stream 2 pipeline”, were the single dumbest thing a president has ever uttered. So now the powers that be are trying to take down Seymour, cancel him, let’s just watch this develop. https://seymourhersh.substack.com/p/how-america-took-out-the-nord-stream?utm_source=substack&utm_campaign=post_embed&utm_medium=web “Last June, the Navy divers,operating under the cover of a widely publicized mid-summer NATO exercise known as BALTOPS 22, planted the remotely triggered explosives that, three months later, destroyed three of the four Nord Stream pipelines, according to a source with direct knowledge of the operational planning.”
  5. 🤪 I do not believe you are so stupid to have misread what I said that badly. So stop trolling.
  6. You are going to have to do better than that. She’s a member of Congress. I could make a big list of such extremists to prove my point, but I don’t think you’ll grasp the implications.
  7. https://thehill.com/policy/energy-environment/426353-ocasio-cortez-the-world-will-end-in-12-years-if-we-dont-address/amp/ that took ten seconds. Edit: Btw, I take back my speculation that you might be in that number. That was lazy of me.
  8. Extremists think the world is going to end unless they get to drastically change our societies. I dunno, maybe you’re one of them…
  9. I missed this comment earlier. It would be an amazing ticket. But neither would want it. Desantis because he has the polling, job performance and popularity to win a presidential election on his own. And Trump because he doesn’t want another alpha male around. Desantis would be perfect for 2028. Conservatives(Trump became a conservative sometime after entering the White House. All of the hysterics from the left probably pushed him over, that’s the kind of person he is, he likes revenge) could have the White House locked up for the next 8 years(after 2024). Who do the Dems have? A bunch of left wing environmental extremists that think the world will end. Nobody’s going to vote that in.
  10. It’s hard to say, they like to pick someone who wasn’t expected. I like Kari Lake, or Sarah Sanders. Who knows…
  11. Anyway, back to the topic at hand. Yes I want Trump to have a long run this time around. But here’s the thing, with all his rallies he’s never stopped running. This is probably how he beat Biden in the latest poll. And if he has this much energy, he’ll be fine mentally for the next 6 years. Certainly better than Biden, who is so weak it’s obvious he won’t be running in 2024. That will be Harris. Against Trump. Nobody will be able to prop her up.
  12. You said you don’t like Trump’s politics. You were asked which politics, and you have yet to answer that simple question. And I didn’t gave Trump credit for Scotus, you have me mixed up with Bush Cheney-2004.
  13. None of this equates to politics. These are mostly just personal impressions and opinion.
  14. Trump is going to run in 2024, and I can understand the concerns about his age. But we are looking ahead into the future, the unknown. Let’s first take a look at what he’s been up to since Jan 20, 2021. He’s been working hard since he left office, hasn’t he? Rally after rally, and more importantly, speaking the truth about the Biden government wherever he goes. The border. The economy. The trans, climate, and Ukraine agendas. Hunter. On and on it goes, dropping truth bombs. Thats been giving conservatives hope and courage all this time, all across North America. When there otherwise didn’t seem to be any. He’s been relentless, not bad for an old guy. And fighting off dozens of law suits at the same time. I’ve never seen anything like it. His efforts have helped to give energy to conservative pundits and the social media platforms. People I watch on YouTube for instance. We all know he’s doing things in the background that may never even come to light. He’s earned the right to step into the ring one more time. The media that hounded him are down by one. CNN, or the fake news, as he liked to call them, are toast. Do you think that’s a coincidence? He won that battle. But if he runs, he’ll be wiser in regards to the needless tweeting, etc, I think. Oh yeah, that’s two down, since Twitter is now an ally. A good running mate, and he’s a shoo-in. Really, in spite of the 2000 asses.
  15. And for the bonus round, some Peter Schiff:
  16. Here’s a warning and a tip on the coming correction:
  17. Sorry but this is just more huey. You need to also explain away Michael Burry(his last tweet from last week, was, “sell.”). And Jeremy Grantham. There are more, but let’s start there, because you’re such a busy guy.
  18. I thought you’d like that one. Let’s see, you’re ‘too busy with work’ to actually post your own content and data points, etc, but you’ll watch my videos posted to try to find something to whine about. Yeah, you’re ‘busy’ alright…
  19. FedEx layoffs… https://www.freightwaves.com/news/fedex-to-cut-global-officer-director-workforce-by-at-least-10 “Wednesday’s announced cutbacks are part of a reduction of 12,000 jobs since the June 1 start of FedEx’s 2023 fiscal year, according to a company spokesperson. In September, FedEx reported subpar fiscal 2023 first-quarter earnings, which it blamed mostly on a sudden and dramatic drop-off in trans-Pacific volumes and an inability to cut costs fast enough at its FedEx Express air and international unit to align with the lower demand.”
  20. Again, they could have taken it out off the coast of Alaska, or in the far northern wilderness of Canada or Alaska where no one lives, if that was the main goal. And to say nothing about it until the media catches wind of it, speaks of time and information management. And then what followed was propaganda…
  21. So apparently now the US military is enacting a No Fly Zone off of South Carolina. Biden is saying, we’ll take care of this. Right. They should have taken care of it when it was off the coast of Alaska, or over Alaskan or far North wilderness in Canada. Where nobody lives. But they purposely let it fly across North America. We are obviously not being told the truth. What is the truth, I have no idea. But, to hold off informing the public until the media catches wind of it. That is a classic delay tactic. And what usually follows after that kind of time and information management is typically propaganda.
  22. Here’s another video with Robert Kiyosaki, warning about this recession. This one’s just for moonbox.
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