Submissions: This user has upvoted 2991 and downvoted 273 submissions.
Comments: This user has upvoted 6384 and downvoted 461 comments.
5 highest rated submissions:
DANG ALL MIGHTY this is SPOT ON., submitted: 7/8/2020 12:19:21 PM, 225 points (+229|-4)
Out of Shadows is a Great Documentary, submitted: 4/11/2020 1:29:03 PM, 181 points (+185|-4)
Police Reviewed Hundreds of Hours of Video and Found No Footage of Alleged Attack on Jussie Smollett, submitted: 1/30/2019 7:10:00 PM, 144 points (+145|-1)
Immigrant rights attorneys and journalists denied entry into Mexico, submitted: 2/3/2019 12:45:17 AM, 112 points (+113|-1)
Who's really behind all this mayhem ? .. Remember this by Charles Krauthammer?, submitted: 7/6/2020 12:08:12 PM, 101 points (+104|-3)
5 lowest rated submissions:
Have your voice Heard by Taking Political Polls & Surveys, submitted: 2/6/2019 6:06:43 PM, 3 points (+3|-0)
2020 Summary to Date, submitted: 7/12/2020 3:24:38 PM, 3 points (+3|-0)
Donald Trump is finished!! While you're waiting for Trump to be impeached, do something useful and go vote ...... Courtesy of Super Deluxe, submitted: 10/29/2018 2:12:00 PM, 4 points (+7|-3)
Cindy McCain apologizes for disputed sex trafficking claim, submitted: 2/7/2019 6:32:15 PM, 5 points (+6|-1)
CIA's intelligence coup with William Binney, submitted: 7/6/2020 12:17:46 PM, 6 points (+6|-0)
3 highest rated comments:
PixieJean 0 points 62 points 62 points (+62|-0) ago
2 of 2
If you haven't figured out at this point that they put things in vaccines that are not radiant products of health-promoting vitality, then you are simply not paying attention. And this is a bad time to be not paying attention. Therefore, the stage play will get more and more obvious until all but the most blind can see it.
Right now we still have a great many well-meaning people advocating for their oppressors and battling against the Trump Alliance. That very Alliance which is opening the gates of our metaphoric jails and smashing down the prison walls.
But you can't be forced out of your individual cell. Freewill is still paramount. While it is true that the Titans are going down whether they like it or not (and they most certainly do not like it) each individual must decide for themselves how to interpret events and proceed forward on their own two feet.
What awaits us? Trump himself told us in his inaugural address.
"The time for empty talk is over. Now arrives the hour of action...
We stand at the birth of a new millennium, ready to unlock the mysteries of space, to free the Earth from the miseries of disease, and to harness the energies, industries and technologies of tomorrow."
In order to unlock these technologies and free the Earth from disease, those that controlled the technologies and hid the cures from us must be comprehensively defeated. And make no mistake, we are here to defeat them, absolutely and at every level.
And when we are done there will be nothing left of their 'new world order' power structure. It was never the new world order anyway, it was the old, and it has literally no chance of maintaining its structure in the reality of the increasing light upon the planet.
The Aboriginals, the Natives, the great seers from the past, they knew this time was coming. And none of us are here today by accident. At one level or another, you signed up for this time, and chose to be here now. It's a heck of a wave to surf, but it will take us to a far better shore, one we can only imagine from our current vantage point. It's promise is worth whatever it takes to get there. In the end, it is only the ghosts of the past we leave behind.
As light increases, frequencies change. As light increases, what was once hidden is revealed. Again, the true meaning of Apocalypse. This is the Apocalypse for the old world order. As more of the public awakens, their control continues to slip. They will fight every step of the way, but they cannot stop what is coming, or hide what is being revealed.
So ask yourself what side of history you'd like to be on as this final series of curtains are pulled back, one after the other.
Do you still wish that somehow Trump will be stopped? You will not get your wish.
If you stand for the freedom of humanity to live in a world that supports their true health and well-being, you might ask to be shown the actual truth, hidden behind all those curtains, instead of the pretty little lies promoted by those that would control you with their banks, their medical cartels, and their old energy technology.
Do not be fooled by their claims to love the environment. They are heavily invested in oil and gas. Do not be fooled by their claims to love health care. They are heavily invested in the corrupt pharmaceutical industry. Do not be fooled by their claims to support prosperity. They foisted their banking system on us on Christmas Eve, 1913.
And sunk the Titanic beforehand to take out the 3 major bankers who were against their plan. That's how little they care about any lives lost in the fallout of their schemes. Did Hollywood tell you about that story? No, it gave you a fictional tale of a lost diamond and a touching little love story about a floating hunk of wood with room for only one.
But something else also happened once upon a Christmas Eve. A rag-tag band of freedom loving Patriots crossed the semi-frozen Delaware and hiked 9 miles in a blizzard to take on the most powerful empire on Earth. Their chance of victory in this war of Revolution, by any mathematical calculation, hovered right around zero percent. But as Washington himself said:
"The Man must be bad indeed who can look upon the events of the American Revolution without feeling the warmest gratitude towards the great Author of the Universe whose divine interposition was so frequently manifested in our behalf.”
Do not bet against President Trump and the Trump Alliance. Divine Providence guides them, like Washington and his Continental Army, in this battle. No one can tell the exact time frames while we are still in the story, but the route itself is inexorable.
The Titan known as the Federal Reserve was taken down, quietly, overnight, with a single hit from a slingshot.
What is next? When Trump mentioned that light can be used as a disinfectant for diseases in the body, did you make fun of him or choose to look into that technology? The choice, as ever, is yours. The path of ignorance or enlightenment. Both are difficult in their own ways, but only one gets to a place worth getting to.
When light dawns, people awaken. When light dawns, darkness disappears. Darkness and its progenitors had their time for historical rule. There was a genius in their darkness and their methods of control. But when the time is up, the time is up. You don't bet against cycles whose imprimatur predates the plans of any and all mice and men.
And do not bet against Donald Trump or the Alliance that supports him. The best is truly yet to come. Where we go one, we go all.
PixieJean 5 points 54 points 59 points (+59|-5) ago
You are NEVER going to get the left to unite with morality NEVER!
PixieJean 0 points 35 points 35 points (+35|-0) ago
Has anyone explained what happened to all of the guns and ammo that the various government agencies purchased throughout the Obama years?
For all we know those weapons and ammo were distributed amongst DS operatives and their minions.
Below is a copy and paste of a 2017 article from Forbes.com, I've linked to the article at the end of this post.
We live in a dangerous world. For the 70,000 officers at Homeland Security and the 40,000 officers within the Department of Justice, proper training and equipment are vital to their daily law enforcement duties. Over a nearly two-year period - the last years of the Obama administration (FY2015 - FY2016), these law enforcement agencies spent $138 million on new guns and ammunition. That seems reasonable.
What’s curious, however, is that traditionally administrative agencies spent more than $20 million. Four notable examples:
1) The 2,300 Special Agents at the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) are allowed to carry AR-15’s, P90 tactical rifles, and other heavy weaponry. Recently, the IRS armed up with $1.2 million in new ammunition. This was in addition to the $11 million procurement of guns, ammunition, and military-style equipment procured between 2006-2014.
2) The Small Business Administration (SBA) spent tens of thousands of taxpayer dollars to load its gun locker with Glocks last year. The SBA wasn’t alone – the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service modified their Glocks with silencers.
3) The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has a relatively new police force. In 1996, the VA had zero employees with arrest and firearm authority. Today, the VA has 3,700 officers, armed with millions of dollars’ worth of guns and ammunition including AR-15's, Sig Sauer handguns, and semi-automatic pistols.
4) Meanwhile, Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) agents carry the same sophisticated weapons platforms used by our Special Forces military warriors. The HHS gun locker is housed in a new “National Training Operations Center” – a facility at an undisclosed location within the DC beltway.
Last year, we released our OpenTheBooks.com Oversight Report: The Militarization of America in an editorial published with former-U.S. Senator Dr. Tom Coburn at The Wall Street Journal. Our report quantified the $1.48 billion spent by 67 non-military federal agencies on guns, ammunition, and military-style equipment from 2006-2014.
This week, our organization at OpenTheBooks.com updated our data to include gun and ammo purchases over fiscal year 2015 and a partial FY2016. Spending on guns and ammo at 58 non-military federal agencies – including 40 regulatory, administrative agencies – amounted to $158 million.
The continued growth of the federal arsenal begs the question: Just whom are the feds planning to battle?
More examples of agencies amassing firepower over the last two years:
Loading the Gun Locker – Federal agencies spent $44 million on guns, including an “urgent” order for 20 M-16 Rifles with extra magazines at the Department of Energy ($49,559); shotguns and Glock pistols at the General Services Administration ($16,568); and a bulk order of pistols, sights, and accessories by the Bureau of Reclamation whose main job is to build dams, power plants, and canals ($697,182).
Buying Bullets in Bulk – The government spent $114 million on ammunition, including bulk purchases by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) ($66,927); the Smithsonian ($42,687); and the Railroad Retirement Board ($6,941). The Social Security Administration spent $61,129 on bullets including 50,000 rounds of ammunition plus 12-gauge buckshot and slug ammo.
The EPA special agents purchased ammunition for their .357 and 9mm revolvers and buckshot for their shotguns. While Bernie Sanders claimed that the biggest adversary to the United States was climate change, the EPA stood ready to fight in ways we couldn’t have imagined.
Hollow-Point Bullets – Despite being outlawed by the Geneva Convention, federal agencies spent $426,268 on hollow-point bullets, including orders from the Forest Service, National Park Service, Office of Inspector General, Bureau of Fiscal Service, as well as Drug Enforcement Administration, U.S. Marshals, and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Here's a closer look at the data by agency, which is posted at OpenTheBooks.com:
Department of Education (DOE) – The DOE is armed and ready with 88 law enforcement officers possessing arrest and firearm authority. They’ve purchased buckshot for their shotguns and 40-caliber ammunition for their Glocks. DOE special agents dress in body armor. Their spending on guns, ammunition and military-style equipment was up 25 percent during the last two years under the Obama Administration. Yet, in 2016, it took a pair of armed U.S. Marshals to arrest a man for his unpaid $1,500 student loan!
Department of the Interior – The agency’s mission is to "manage America's vast natural and cultural resources." However, over the last two years, the agency spent $4.4 million on guns and ammunition. Although the National Park Service is responsible for nearly half of this spending – mostly to arm its park police – six other bureaus and offices under the Department of Interior spent millions of dollars to amass firepower.
The U.S. Geological Survey provides “real-time data and information on current conditions and earth observations.” Yet, the agency loaded up on Winchester Black Shadow shotguns and bulk ammunition. Even the Office of the Inspector General armed up – purchasing G27 Glocks, shotgun slugs, and frangible ammo.
Just who is U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service trying to sneak up on? The agency was created to conserve, protect, and enhance fish, wildlife, plants, and their habitats – but they spent $410,263 on .308 rifles, Glock pistols, and semi-automatic rifles. Then, they modified their Glocks with silencers.
Department of the Treasury – Treasury exists to “maintain a strong economy and create economic and job opportunities ... and manage the U.S. government's finances and resources effectively.” However, it spent $2.6 million to maintain a strong arsenal.
The Bureau of Engraving and Printing spent nearly $100,000 on a purchase described as “firearms” while the U.S. Mint spent $179,247 on ammunition. The Bureau of Fiscal Services – tasked with promoting the “financial integrity” of the government through accounting, financing, etc. – spent $672,424 on ammunition including hundreds of cases of .223 Rem 62 Grain Service Ammo, .40 caliber ammo, and buckshot. Additionally, they stocked up on Glock pistols, Remington firearms, and handgun magazine clips.
Department of Agriculture – Even Agriculture spent $1.1 million on guns and ammunition. The Forest Service stocked up on .22 rifles. The National Resources Conservation Service signed a $10,347 contract with Wild West Guns, LLC for “Guns through 30Mm.” The Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service tallied the biggest tab at the Department of Agriculture, spending $22,336 on rifles and pistols plus nearly half a million dollars on ammunition including buckshot, shotgun shells, and rifle ammunition.
In the aftermath of the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history, many Washington politicians have tried shifting the conversation to the Second Amendment, reinvigorating the call for tighter gun control. President Trump has an opportunity to propose changes concerning gun control, but not in the way his opponents are calling for.
Trump should listen to the advice former U.S. Senator Dr. Tom Coburn memorialized at Forbes last year after the Orland nightclub massacre: the non-military, non-law enforcement – paper pushing administrative federal agencies – are the ones who should be subject to stricter gun control laws, not the general public.
After grabbing legal power, federal bureaucrats are amassing firepower. It’s time to scale back the federal arsenal.
3 lowest rated comments:
PixieJean 8 points -8 points 0 points (+0|-8) ago
Can you please provide the documents proof to back up your absurd claim?
PixieJean 6 points -6 points 0 points (+0|-6) ago
Whatever helps you sleep at night. Geeze, no need to get your panties in twist.
You Q people are going off the deep end, now you are twisting dreams into reality. For crying out loud it was a fucking dream not a prophecy. Just because your dad had a dream about a friend that happened to die, does not mean he prophecized the death. How do you logically equate a dream of two guys talking to one another in a dream to a spirit contacting him. Go back and reread what you wrote, it is off the charts of logic.
PixieJean 6 points -6 points 0 points (+0|-6) ago
I thought that D5 was going to expose everything, and here you are, already changing the timeline to cover for the failed Qtimeline that is always being pushed out. Wake up, NOTHING is going down except your Q-fantasies.