Profile overview for letsdothis3.
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This user has mostly submitted to the following subverses (showing top 5):

112 submissions to pizzagate

68 submissions to pizzagatewhatever

10 submissions to thinkdrafts

8 submissions to pizzagateTNT

6 submissions to GreatAwakening

This user has so far shared a total of 14 links, started a total of 203 discussions and submitted a total of 2559 comments.

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Submissions: This user has upvoted 965 and downvoted 136 submissions.

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The Middletons and British Airways, submitted: 3/21/2019 9:59:22 AM, 1 points (+1|-0)

Will Draper update and more connections re the Hampstead case and Christ Church School, submitted: 4/8/2019 12:48:26 PM, 1 points (+1|-0)

The Globalists latest psyop - On Represent.US, the Sunlight Foundation and MAPLight, submitted: 4/28/2019 9:30:22 AM, 1 points (+1|-0)

Carlisle Diocese and BAE, submitted: 5/23/2019 10:38:22 AM, 1 points (+1|-0)

Anybody round here tried to archive a Voat post lately?, submitted: 8/1/2019 6:45:09 AM, 1 points (+2|-1)

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Ehud Barak accuses Daily Mail of "blood libel" for exposing his attendance at Jeffrey Epstein's residence. Check out his lawyer's connections with Prince Charles.... submitted by letsdothis3 to pizzagate

letsdothis3 0 points 20 points (+20|-0) ago

Sometimes you just have to tune them out.

Not this time. We are seeing the British cabal expose themselves entirely. This again substantiates the Hampstead case, its connections to the US pizzagate and the trafficking ring that has been uncovered in the UK...And we need to shout about all our discovered connections NOW....

Judge declines to reveal Jeffrey Epstein's secret non-prosecution agreement due to "death" submitted by NOMOCHOMO to pizzagate

letsdothis3 0 points 20 points (+20|-0) ago

Well, blow me down with a feather.

Business as usual. It's up to WE THE PEOPLE to demand justice now.

Totally agree.

EPSTEIN, Nicole Junkermann, the Red Cross and the VATICAN connections submitted by letsdothis3 to pizzagate

letsdothis3 0 points 19 points (+19|-0) ago

Borromean Rings - The Holy Trinity

Borromean Rings According to the Athanasian Creed we worship one God in Trinity, and Trinity in unity and so Borromean rings have been used to represent this idea. An association can be traced back to Saint Augustin of Hippo (354-430). He described how three gold rings could be three rings but of one substance. A now lost 13th century French manuscript described the word "unitas" at the intersection of all rings and the three syllables of "tri-ni-tas" distributed in the outer sectors.

In mathematics, the Borromean rings consist of three topological circles which are linked and form a Brunnian link, i.e., removing any ring results in two unlinked rings...

Borromean link was known long before Vitaliano Borromeo by vikings of Scandinavia. The symbol known as 'Odin's triangle' or the 'Walknot' (meaning knot of the slain) has two variants. One is a set of Borromean triangles, the other is a unicursal curve that forms a trefoil knot. The two designs are clearly closely related...

Today Borromean rings can be met many logotypes. The most known is logo of Ballantine beer. In North America, the Borromean rings is known as the Ballantine rings after the New Jersey Brewing company P. Ballantine and Sons.

Writer/journalist Hunter S. Thompson mentions drinking Ballantine Ale twice in his novel Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas. At the beginning of Chapter 12, Thompson writes "Into the Ballantine Ale now, zombie drunk and nervous." Later in Chapter 12, Thompson writes "'Ballantine Ale,' I said ... a very mystic long shot, unknown between Newark and San Francisco. He served it up, ice-cold. I relaxed. Suddenly everything was going right; I was finally getting the breaks."[18] It is worth noting that Thompson's book was based on a trip he took with his attorney in March and April 1971, approximately one year before Ballantine sold to Falstaff.

The iconic American writer Ernest Hemingway endorsed Ballantine Ale in a print advertisement.[19][20] This ad was part of a larger campaign featuring authors and novelists, asking them "How would you put a glass of Ballantine Ale into words?" Hemingway was the most prominent writer to participate followed by John Steinbeck. Other writers who were in the campaign include:

James A. Michener, author of over 40 books, who is best known for Tales of the South Pacific for which he won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction in 1948.

C.S. Forester, who is best known for writing the Horatio Hornblower series, which was later turned into a TV series. Erle Stanley Gardner, who is best known for his Perry Mason detective novels, which were also turned into a TV series.

Anita Loos, who wrote Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, which was adapted into a popular movie starring Marilyn Monroe. Lesser known writers who participated include: J.B. Priestley, A.J. Cronin, Paul Gallico, James Hilton, and Clarence Budington Kelland. Ballantine's Beer is referred to as "expensive imported beer" in Sara Sheridan's Brighton Belle, a mystery set on the South Coast in England in the 1950s.[21]

In politics - In 1983, President Ronald Reagan famously held up a pint of Ballantine Ale draft at a local bar in Boston.[26][27][28][29] President Harry S. Truman was the recipient of a bottle of the prestigious and highly regarded Burton Ale..

Jay-Z also mentions Ballantine Ale in his 2010 interview with Charlie Rose....n the album art for Led Zeppelin's fourth album, each band member chose a symbol to represent himself. It is rumored that drummer John Bonham's choice to use the Borromean rings was inspired by Ballantine's logo.[9] Bonham's symbol was of course "upside down" in comparison.

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