Sunday, July 26, 2020

Slipping power

"WALSH: I Looked Up Every Case Of An Unarmed Black Man Shot By Cops In 2019. Here’s The Truth The Media And BLM Are Hiding."

"UNCW Professor Mike Adams, forced to retire over a tweet, found dead" and "Facebook removes video that roasts Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell" (Harper).  "YouTube permanently disables independent journalism channel Press For Truth" (Parker).

"Texas A&M police say student who reported racist notes placed them there himself" (Surette).  I'm starting to think the Khazars ought to be complaining about 'cultural appropriation'.

Tweet (Ian Miles Cheong):
"Antifa militant and convicted pedophile David Blake Hampe was arrested in the early hours of Saturday following his alleged stabbing of a black Trump supporter in Portland."
"Two Teens Arrested After Paying Bitcoin to See Livestream Murder on Dark Web" (Zmudzinski).  CDaN.

"Williamsburg primary upset might indicate slipping power for Hasidic leaders" (Boigon).

"Ayotzinapa: Experts identify the remains of missing student" (Sherman). (Also).

"‘Cancel culture’ and the Israel lobby" (Haiven).  Just a few of the examples from Canada, a pen with electric fences to keep the farm animals in.

"A Canadian Wealth Tax Isn’t Controversial" (Prokop-Millar).

"How Ottawa is driving up the cost of infrastructure by listening to Wall Street" (McQuaig).  BlackRock.  Just another (((scam))) to fleece the farm animals.

"White Helmets’ founder reportedly confessed embezzlement of donor funds before death".  Tweet (leftworks) (also):
"Wikipedia editor "Philip Cross" removes reference to reported fraud allegation against White Helmets co-founder James Le Mesurier from @wikipedia six minutes after it is entered. Entering editor may have been preparing reference in the interim. 1/2"
Added (for the pronoun reference in the tweet!):  "Black Lives Matter Protester Shot and Killed In Austin" ('Hunter Wallace').
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