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Join me at my Patreon channel where I've just posted a talk in two parts considering today's so-called Great Reset in terms of the Morgenthau Plan of the middle 1940s.

There are many differences, of course. In the 1940s, the Allied plan was to deindustrialize only Germany, Today, the former Allies are de-industralizing their own societies all over Europe, heavy industry by fertilizer factory by farm, and don't forget about the US. It's all so easy after we were  softened up by the initial assault of plandemic lockdown. Back in the 1940s, the deindustrailization of Germany (halted around 1947) was in the name of war reparations; the rationale for depopulation was in ideas of collective retribution....

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I can't stop watching this. The whole cabinet has to run away from the truth.



In her recent Substack column, Naomi Wolf writes of media attacks, including by the AP. She points out:

The Associated Press is conflicted in covering this story, via its direct financial ties to Xinhua News Agency, the official state news agency of the People's Republic of China. Xinhua is also a ministry-level institution subordinate to the State Council of the Chinese Communist Party (“CCP”), and is the highest-ranking state media organization in China.

Sounds as if the Chinese-Associated Press is conflicted in covering every other story, too. Wolf continues:

AP has a “memorandum of cooperation” (MOC) with Xinhua, which is an entity that Reporters without Borders calls “The World’s Biggest Propaganda Machine.” Members of Congress have asked AP to release documentation of the terms of this MOC. https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2018/12/24/congress-demands-answers-aps-relationship-with-chinese-state-media/....

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What do 12/7, 11/23, 9/11 and 1/6 have in common?

Join me at my Patreon channel to discuss.

 

 

Twenty-one-years ago today, I woke up before the rest of the household, as was customary, and went to my desk to write (ditto). I did not go online to scan the news, which was unusual. I was working on an editorial for the Washington Times which I needed to bat out quickly and without distraction. The morning unfolded in happy clamor. I got the dog walked, the kids to school, all in a state of ignorance about how it was that the world had changed. 

Heading back home, I passed a neighbor who answered my greeting with a long face -- she later told me she realized instantly I "didn't know yet."  I knew nothing about September 11 yet except that it was a gorgeously fine day.

Then, a little later, maybe simultanesouly hearing my husband's shout and seeing the above Drudge Report headline, I knew.

But what did I know? The first tower was had just come down....

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