The End Of The Cycle: “Government Will Gladly Enter War To Cleanse The Balance Sheet And Cull The Herd”

by Tyler Durden Jul 8, 2017 11:00 PM 54 SHARES Twitter Facebook Reddit Authored by Jeremiah Johnson (nom de plume of a retired Green Beret of the United States Army Special Forces (Airborne)) via SHTFplan.com, In the days following the 241st anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence, the country is in an even…

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North Korea at the hands of her masters

As the International community hovers breathlessly over the daily news reports about North Korea and it’s pompous despotic dictator, and the USA does more than talk, and the other neighbors in the region are visibly upset, what is China up to? The game is called geopolitics, and it is truly a game of regional chess…

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After Failing To Prove “Trump-Russia Collusion”, Dems Set Their Sights On “Pro-Trump Websites”

by Tyler Durden Jul 5, 2017 6:05 PM 208 SHARES Twitter Facebook Reddit Having failed miserably to produce even one single shred of tangible evidence that Trump colluded with Russia to stage a coup in 2016’s presidential election, Democrats, rather than simply admit that their entire crusade to prove a false narrative was nothing more…

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Don’t let your dreams die

  The sun comes up and the sun goes down and another day slips into the past as we cling to the present and plan for the future. Such is the fate of mankind, yesterday’s regrets are tomorrow’s fears and the worries of today can be concealed by the activities planned for today. So where…

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Increasing evil in the world

The evil continues to flaunt itself in ever expanding ways, from before the birth of the child to the execution of a one-day old baby. From legalizing child prostitution to rampant violence and disrespect in the schools. From the insidious spreading of pornography into the family to the widespread acts of violent crime supported by…

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Power Causes Brain Damage

How leaders lose mental capacities—most notably for reading other people—that were essential to their rise Justin Renteria Jerry Useem July/August 2017 Issue If power were a prescription drug, it would come with a long list of known side effects. It can intoxicate. It can corrupt. It can even make Henry Kissinger believe that he’s sexually…

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“Deep State” In Disarray As Trump’s “Fathomless Federation” Gains Ground

“There is nothing more difficult to plan, more doubtful of success, more dangerous to manage than the creation of a new system.” Niccolò Machiavelli (1469-1527) Renaissance historian, politician, diplomat, philosopher, humanist, and writer called the founder of modern political science. Special Report from Sister Ciara On 17 January 1961, President Dwight Eisenhower gave his farewell…

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The drunkard called America

What is happening in the United States today are major signs of a nation that is in a rapid state of decay. Despite the election of Donald Trump and his intended policies to rebuild, the rot that lies at the heart of the nation is too far advanced and terminal for healing. America has scorned her…

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A much needed rest

How do we feel when we read or watch the news? Enlightened or repulsed? Perhaps neither, but preferring to stay on safer ground by a shaking of the head or a shrugging of the shoulders and changing the station, but to what, something “better?” Thirty minutes of brainless sitcoms or one hour of commentaries spoken…

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Can CNN Survive Being Exposed as “Fake News”?

Written by  C. Mitchel CNN has been deliberately manufacturing fake news about connections and collusion between President Trump and Russia. In the past week, the wheels have come off the cart of the fake Trump/Russia story and CNN has taken a hit in the credibility department culminating in the retraction of an article, the “resignation”…

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