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#1 Greg Burnham

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Posted 26 June 2016 - 06:12 PM

Man who attempted to grab gun at rally wanted 'to kill Trump'

 

Look at the parallels. Chilling.

 

If this had happened to Hillary the MSM would have been all over it. Is the MSM biased toward her? Me thinks so.


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"Too often we enjoy the comfort of opinion without the discomfort of thought." -- JFK

"It is difficult to abolish prejudice in those bereft of ideas. The more hatred is superficial, the more it runs deep."  -- Farewell America (1968) 

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#2 Jim Hackett II

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Posted 26 June 2016 - 06:34 PM

Biased Media?

Benghazi truth kept silent! And more.

 

We all know the Clintons are crooked since Little Rock in the 1980s.

 

And the 'donald' victimized employees and students of 'trump u' and often by bankruptcy court edict more are victimized.

Further both and all still ignored by the corporate media.

 

Both favored not one by that media to some extent.

 

Impeachment is more involved and difficult than "you're fired".

 

It is just that the media doesn't know it. Supposedly.

 

But I still say this "A pox on both your houses, I've had enough of both of your lines of bullshit!"

 

Ms. Clinton quote:

"“If I want to knock a story off the front page, I just change my hairstyle.”

 

Mr. Trump quote:

"American wages are too high."

 

But I guess executive bonuses are acceptable?

So he says - dumbass ignorant rich dangerous fool.

 

See what I mean?

A pox on both your houses!

 

Now and forever since summer 1974.

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Posted 26 June 2016 - 07:43 PM

Assassination is never an option in any event. No matter how much a candidate or elected official is despised by some they are entitled to life. When their life is seriously threatened, a passive media response is tantamount to a tacit approval of the attempt.


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#4 Jim Hackett II

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Posted 27 June 2016 - 02:25 AM

Assassinate?! No.

One can't kill another just because another has fouled up headgear.

 

Public embarrassment by exposure, sure!

 

Just banishment to make room for other newer ideas, better ways.

or,

A pox on both choices.

I would not harm either "candidate", but I don't want either jerk on my ballot.

 

Recall that without the assassination of Robert Kennedy Richard Nixon would have remained another "has been and never was".

 

Maybe times are at the same juxtaposition if any jerk kills either "candidate".

 

Jim

"The choice of the lesser of two evils is still a choice of evil."

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Posted 28 June 2016 - 05:33 PM

Howell claimed he was trained with Mateen and would-be Trump assassin Sanders:  (Sanders!)

 

http://getoffthebs.c...mic-terrorists/

 

I found it of note because it struck the McVeigh recruitment chord.

 

With enough people you can operate the Little Shop of Horrors puppet:

 

100.

 

Reading the recent brief work of Morley, we see an author late of the Post with an infinite capacity for accepting

 

an infinite series of Mickey & Minnie the Dope apologia

 

Are "all these events" linked?

 

Does the world run per the wizards of Langley and the Pentagon who work for a six degrees of Kevin Bacon on the secure phone?

 

Robert Kennedy became a persona delenda est upon winning California

 

Who runs the world?

 

They will count the votes and perform the police investigations and autopsies.

 

Every despicable act will be old news, already been examined, nothing to see.

 

What do we see of "crisis actors"?

 

Wag the Dog and Enemy of the State were but prelude.

 

In 1941, Walter Funk, Hitler’s economics Minister, launched the Europaische Wirtschafts Gemeinschaft (the European Economic Community) – EEC) to establish a single European currency. Hitler’s plan was to integrate the European economy into a single market.

 

In time Britain joined and left. 

 

Ironic in light of Guido Giacomo Preparata's Conjuring Hitler (2005) awarding Bank of England Director (1922-1944) Montagu Norman primacy in the creation of the Third Reich and its demise.

 

Allen Dulles representing the West's love affair with Nazis, now serving to explain its infatuation with successors of the Grand Mufti

 

Events must be manipulated.  Machiavelli would lead to the Wurlitzer and Sunstein faux fora

 

Do we see guns or jihadis from a spinning painted saddle in Parallax Park

 

Putin's last challenger General Alexander Lebed died in a helicopter crash in 2003 a decade after Foster's teleportation to the Park

 

The chess pieces will fall by hidden hands

 

While James Patterson and Stephen King distract the day care by putting Mr. Rogers in a hockey mask

 

The Theater of the Absurd admits the management is now arming Al Qaeda to fight the latest secular ruler in the Arab Spring offensive

 

While Erdogan, radical as he styles himself, is not nearly radical enough

 

Mind your footing--we are entrering

 

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#6 Jim Hackett II

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Posted 28 June 2016 - 08:53 PM

Thanks for your research.

Farther than I have gotten re: today's LHO nominee. McVeigh-ish tip off concur.

 

Our aerial conveyance is being vandalized by neanderthals.

 

But it is OK and approved because Dorothy's flying monkeys occupy the drone control op center.

All is good....

It is the slime on the video but unlimited by 525 lines now, nor broadcast range.

The printed pages are burning.

 

Frank warned me.

It is indeed interesting times.

This stop is the Twilight Zone - we have already arrived and debarked.






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