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A special report on the death of Saniyah Nicholson

To the national corporate media, a young black child’s life is not worth reporting on when it’s taken by black male. Even when it happens day, after day, after day in cities all across the USA. This is the real … Continue reading

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A history of gun violence in Birmingham, Alabama

“The future generation of black males, they’re either in the cemetery or the prisons.” ~ Rev. Michael Jordon “According to Birmingham Police a whopping 95-98% of homicides last year were black-on-black crimes.” ~ WVTM 13 News Birmingham PD: 4-year-old dies … Continue reading

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The danger of suicide lies in logic, not in imagination

“Martin Manley hated waking up early, but on his 60th birthday he did — or more likely, never went to sleep the night before.

“At 5 a.m. he entered a police station parking lot in a suburb of Kansas City, Kansas, walked to a spot beneath a tree on its far south end and pulled out his phone.

“He dialed 911.

“He said this:

“I want to report a suicide at the south end of the parking lot of the Overland Park Police Station at 123rd and Metcalf.”

“Then, the blogger and former sports reporter for the Kansas City Star pulled out his Saturday Night Special, a .380 pistol, and shot himself in the head… Continue reading

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“You are powerless to stop us and we are laughing at you!”

This is what simplistic researchers miss: the function of macabre arrogance thumbing its nose at us while we do nothing except spread the tale of their immunity and invincibility further. That is the game plan operant here.

To the belief system of the modern man it sounds too crazy. Why would the perpetrators want their secrets revealed after the fact—even if it is years later? This question can only be definitively answered if one has an understanding of the Zeitgeist which overseers in the cryptocracy have partly manufactured and partly tailored their own operations to coincide with.

As I’ve pointed out, secrets like this were rarely revealed in the past because traditional people had not yet completed the alchemical processing. To make such perverse, modern revelations to an unprocessed, healthy and vigorous population possessed of will, memory, adherence to their deepest inner intuition and intense interest in their own salvation, would not have been a good thing for the cryptocracy. It would have proved fatal to them.

But to reveal these after-the-act secrets in our modern time, to a people who have no memory, no will-power and no interest in their own fate except in so far as it may serve as momentary titillation and entertainment actually strengthens the enslavement of such a people.”
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Feminists for Life Names Remarkable Pro-Life Women®

Editor Jewels Green, who had an abortion and worked in an abortion clinic before becoming pro-life says, “I am deeply moved by the heartbreaking, courageous, life-affirming stories shared by these brave women. They inspire me to even stronger dedication to creating a world where resources are available to pregnant mothers, all life is respected regardless of the circumstances surrounding conception, and abortion is unthinkable.”
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