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MO-Carpenter 3 points ago +3 / -0

Dude he got 3 doses and still promotes it. It’s only plausible if you’re huffing paint before consulting a magic 8-ball. He’s so concerned about the dangers that he takes roaring boos defending his Pence-led task force that took the task of forcing pharmaceutical products funded by DARPA down our throats.

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MO-Carpenter 1 point ago +1 / -0

He talks bad about Zionism all the time, he talks friendly about Jews, but not Zionist Jews. To some there is a difference. Not everyone supports isreals Zionism.

I think a big issue is most Protestant churches got heavily infiltrated by the CIA to push the “support isreal no matter what judeo-Christian values” when in actuality they do not use the Torah/Old Testament as their laws for over 70% of Jews and their Babylonian oral Torah which supersedes it for most allows pedophilia, lying to gentiles, Jesus boiling in a vat of poo, and all kinds of awful nonsense that is completely in direct conflict with Christian and common sense law. Alex is a Protestant in a southern state where this psyop was most prominent. Even then he still doesn’t voice support of Zionism but defends non Zionist Jews

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MO-Carpenter 2 points ago +2 / -0

It’s probably multiple reasons, but a HUGE one is zero accountability on visitor logs. He can have private meetings with whomever he wants without the pesky FIOA nosing into the Oval Office logs.

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MO-Carpenter 2 points ago +2 / -0

The KKK, Nazis, and Freemasons have a lot of similar esoteric heritage. One of the most prominent Freemasons ever, Albert Pike was a confederate officer and KKK member.

At the end of the Reich Hitler tried to stamp out the theosophy bullshit but it was already too late and bam he’s gone.

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MO-Carpenter 10 points ago +10 / -0

Wait until you read about glyphosate doing the same thing. Lasts in measurable levels for generations. Your grandkids will have RoundUp in their breast milk because you just had to eat those roundup-ready McDonalds fries.

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MO-Carpenter 1 point ago +1 / -0

I guess those Parkinson’s like symptoms from the spike protein really come in handy

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MO-Carpenter 6 points ago +6 / -0

Thank you for this information. I had a high school friend reach out who’s pregnant and has had two doses of Pfizer and is just now starting to get worried when her docs started pushing the booster on her with zero data to back it up. This is really helpful.

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MO-Carpenter 4 points ago +5 / -1

This just feeds into the system of deeming it appropriate to ask. Two wrongs don’t make a right, and normalizes these overreaching questions.

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MO-Carpenter 1 point ago +2 / -1

The bigger the government machine grows, the more it normalizes its activities to people like you. Most government work is compartmentalized so only a few people know what sinister shit is going down on purpose. It removes the burden of guilt and reduces whistleblowers. Just because your friends think they’re fighting the good fight and doing the right thing, they’re probably not and just don’t know it. How many people during vietnam, Korea, the Cold War, the gulf war, the war on terror thought they were doing good? The beast is in the system no matter what you think you’re doing.

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MO-Carpenter 1 point ago +1 / -0

”Alex Jones Claimed He Feared for His Life as Wife Attacked Him. 6 days ago —" Lol.. he's pussy whipped from hell.. hahahah

When you’re in a custody battle, and have courts on your ass, you better come correct.

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MO-Carpenter 3 points ago +3 / -0

Anything you do online can be tracked. This isn’t a new or controversial thought this is a known quantity. The internet, email, even the dark net were all government creations. If you want to avoid being tracked avoid using the internet, and sure as shit don’t DARPA LifeLog your actions on social media.

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MO-Carpenter 1 point ago +1 / -0

Black rock borrows it for one, do they not exist to you? Does the siphoning off of your wealth, the wealth of every American, the devaluation of your retirement, social security, savings not exist?

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MO-Carpenter 1 point ago +1 / -0

So the federal reserve isn’t printing currency and adding 000s to accounts like it’s going out of style heh?

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MO-Carpenter 1 point ago +1 / -0

I’m telling you that Cecil Rhodes entire scholarship is used to groom friendlies to the “Anglo-American Establishment” as Bill Clinton’s professor Carrol Quigley would call it. They groom the best and brightest for their causes. The CIA and our intelligence community does the same thing in colleges too.

Bill joined the Order Of DeMoley (think Jacque de Moley of the Knights Templar who was burned at the stake for pissing on crusifixes, gay stuff, and worshiping baphomet) Which is a freemasonic organization at Georgetown. From there he became a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford.

I’m telling you he was groomed in college. The freemasonic club, the Rhodes Scholarship, combined with his tutelage under Carrol Quigley spells cia disaster long before Mena, Arkansas was tapped.

Here’s some quick Quigley (Bills Professor who took Bill under his wing) talk about Cecil Rhodes:

In his book The Anglo-American Establishment: From Rhodes to Cliveden (written in 1949 and published posthumously in 1981),[23] Quigley purports to trace the history of a secret society. The book uses no footnotes and does not show his sources. He focuses on the Round Table group founded in 1891 by Cecil Rhodes and Alfred Milner. Quigley argues that "The organization was so modified and so expanded by Milner after the eclipse of Stead in 1899, and especially after the death of Rhodes in 1902, that it took on quite a different organization and character, although it continued to pursue the same goals."Quigley greatly admired the British Empire and lamented that the secret society was not very successful. Historian Robert Rotberg states: But Quigley was not opposed to what Rhodes and Milner had purportedly tried to accomplish. Indeed, Quigley wrote more in remorse at what had failed than in antagonism to what he believed were their mutual efforts at extending the British Empire," The society consisted of an inner circle ("The Society of the Elect") and an outer circle ("The Association of Helpers", also known as The Milner Kindergarten and the Round Table Group).The society as a whole does not have a fixed name: This society has been known at various times as Milner's Kindergarten, as the Round Table Group, as the Rhodes crowd, as The Times crowd, as the All Souls group, and as the Cliveden set. ... I have chosen to call it the Milner group. Those persons who have used the other terms, or heard them used, have not generally been aware that all these various terms referred to the same Group...this Group is, as I shall show, one of the most important historical facts of the twentieth century.

Quigley assigns this group primary or exclusive credit for several historical events: the Jameson Raid, the Second Boer War, the founding of the Union of South Africa, the replacement of the British Empire with the Commonwealth of Nations, and a number of Britain's foreign policy decisions in the twentieth century.

This was him going to illuminate school to be groomed for global oppression.

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MO-Carpenter 2 points ago +3 / -1

Idk about all this but I do know that swearing on the Christian Bible is not exactly encouraged by my understanding of the teachings in said Bible. Like first couple pages of the New Testament if I recall correctly.

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MO-Carpenter 1 point ago +1 / -0

Among other things. In college Clinton was taken under the wing of Carroll Quigley who openly celebrates the New World Order as envision by Cecil Rhodes, Alfred Milner, and front groups such as the Royal Society, and the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR).

Here’s an interesting tidbit:

In his freshman year (1965) in the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown, future U.S. President Bill Clinton took Quigley's course, receiving a 'B' as his final grade in both semesters (an excellent grade in a course where nearly half the students received D or lower).[1]: 94, 96  In 1991, Clinton named Quigley as an important influence on his aspirations and political philosophy, when Clinton launched his presidential campaign in a speech at Georgetown.[1]: 96  He mentioned Quigley again during his acceptance speech to the 1992 Democratic National Convention, as follows:

As a teenager, I heard John Kennedy's summons to citizenship. And then, as a student at Georgetown, I heard that call clarified by a professor named Carroll Quigley, who said to us that America was the greatest Nation in history because our people had always believed in two things–that tomorrow can be better than today and that every one of us has a personal moral responsibility to make it so.[21]

He also had a strong influence on Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi who met her husband Paul Pelosi in a class taught by Quigley

My proof that Clinton was set up for his role at the very least in college.

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MO-Carpenter 3 points ago +3 / -0

He has those opinions because he’s a compromised globalist pedophile. He’s not a “conservative constitutionalist” no matter what any talking head tries to tell you. He’s controlled opposition on his best days and a know pedophile who ILLEGALLY used immunity to protect himself and Epstein from child sex crimes likely due to Epstein’s FBI/CIA/Mossad/British intelligence informant status.

Trump made a HUGE mistake hiring that faggot.

He’s been a globalist shill long before COVID-19. He will continue to be after it.

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