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  1. HabaneroBuck commented on Matt Wuerker about 15 hours ago

    Of course, the reality is just the opposite. The reason the newspapers died is because enough people realized that the newspapers only report partial truth. They never have and never will independently pursue “investigative journalism.”-——————————————————————————————————————-

    “It would have been impossible for us to develop our plan for the world if we had been subjected to the lights of publicity during those years. But, the world is more sophisticated and prepared to march towards a world government. The supranational sovereignty of an intellectual elite and world bankers is surely preferable to the national auto-determination practiced in past centuries.”

    — David Rockefeller, Speaking at the June, 1991 Bilderberger meeting in Baden, Germany

  2. HabaneroBuck commented on F Minus 2 days ago

    They are next to each other in my feed. Color me perplexed.

  3. HabaneroBuck commented on Matt Wuerker 2 days ago

    I am aware of Griffin’s views. As far as his writing for LeMay, his views are diametrically opposed to globalist war-mongering today (obviously, as every member of the Johnson cabinet and advisory boards who advocated expansion in SE Asia was a member of the CFR). He’s also been big into the chem trail aspect the last ten years. Doesn’t matter. No one’s really refuted his work involving money. In fact, Greider and Rothbard basically echo his sentiments. It’s fine that you don’t see it that way, but a reasoned study by any open mind reveals enough smoke to call fire. As far as cancer is concerned, I don’t know enough about laetrile to call it a cure-all fake, but there is ample evidence that lifestyle, dietary, and supplemental changes can significantly prolong the life of the cancer patient. The conventional treatment method of chemotherapy is only moderately successful with significant side-effects. I am a fan of Mercola when it comes to nutritional and health-related perspectives, not Griffin.

  4. HabaneroBuck commented on Matt Wuerker 3 days ago

    I get my news from the internet, and I actually look at HuffPo occasionally. I just read it knowing that I’m only getting one particular angle.

  5. HabaneroBuck commented on Matt Wuerker 3 days ago

    I’ll give you one…just read the reviews on Amazon if you don’t want to wade through the entire tome. Creature from Jekyll Island by Griffin. Irrefutable and thoroughly referenced.

  6. HabaneroBuck commented on Ted Rall 3 days ago

    Experiment in self-governance? I’m pretty sure we’re headed towards failure, if we aren’t already there. Patriot Act, NSA, CIA, Homeland Security…all of these departments that liberals (and true conservatives) hate arise almost solely because of our aggressive immigration and refugee practices. The power-mongers aren’t seeing enough home-grown threats to justify the expansion of powers, so we import the threats. By design.

  7. HabaneroBuck commented on Ted Rall 3 days ago

    I’m in favor of a world of diversity. There aren’t many Americas left, so let’s keep it. Trump is not building Death Camps, he’s preventing our country from becoming like the UK, where Mohammad is now the second most-common name for newborn males. Think about that, the land of Johnathan Swift, Thackeray, and George Orwell…dismantling itself over colonial guilt.

  8. HabaneroBuck commented on Matt Wuerker 3 days ago

    Besides, I can prove from a hundred different sources that there is an active agenda to erode national barriers and bring in a New World Order of global government. It’s not even debatable, as it is so clearly outlined in speeches and actions. The MSM acts like the “alt-right” that protests this push is making things up!

  9. HabaneroBuck commented on Matt Wuerker 3 days ago

    No bias, bud. Look again. The MSM is a flowing river of WATER. The contaminants are sludge and grime which are labelled, and are corrupting the pristine fount of information that is known as MSNBCBSCNNABCPBS.

  10. HabaneroBuck commented on Matt Wuerker 4 days ago

    I don’t even like the guy, but really, what is there to say against Drudge? It’s just an amalgamation of links. Mainstream media is a pure river? Does anyone actually believe that, liberal or conservative?