Why anyone would continue to believe ANYTHING that the government or medical establishment says without significant corroborating evidence escapes me. They continually lie, change their story, rewrite history, bury evidence, attempt to discredit critics rather than engage them with counter-arguments. . . .
Just the first 10 or 15 minutes of this film is enough to wake up the viewer. Every single person who casts a vote in this country should be forced to watch this and weigh in with an opinion. Unfortunately, simply viewing something doesn’t demonstrate the viewer’s capacity or will to accept it as discernible fact.
How do you feel living in a country where your government executes people who want to create a better society for everybody, and not just old, rich, white people? Are you foolish enough to think that this wouldn’t happen again today? It happened to Bernie Sanders. It happened to Julian Assange. It happened to Edward Snowden. People who tell the truth and want to improve things in this country are apparently considered to be expendable and a vulnerability, in fact.
And Barack Obama is probably the anti Kennedy. What a failure and complete corruption of a person he is and exemplifies. It’s all smiles and glimmer. No depth, no truth, no justice. What a fucking shame. I think we’re still waiting for our first black president.
I contend that the massive conceptual success of the Marvel Cinematic Universe proves that the notion of “intellectual property” (how fucking vulgar, actually) is absurd.
Basically, by *erasing* intellectual property boundaries allowed Marvel to pull off what they did with integrity and distinction, and class, and soul.
When will our society take back our art and creativeness from these lowly, ground-feeding money-measurers??? Our ideas are our own, which means they belong to all of us, because we are all connected, know it or not. 🙂 ❤
This really sets the stage for what we are going through right now. Hunter was exactly right about Nixon and all its administration portended for this miserable country. We are now reaping what we sowed back then. This is the price we pay for failing to elect George McGovern. This is the price we pay for not electing Henry A. Wallace. This is the price we pay for not electing Bernie Sanders. This is the price we pay for not electing George Mason. This is the price we will continue to pay until we learn our goddamn lesson. So fucking educate yourself, people. Smarten the fuck up. It’s your responsibility as a citizen of this country. If you decide it isn’t then maybe you should shoot yourself in the head or just leave some other, more graceful way. But you are standing in the way of progress. STFU and GTFO.
CBS News: Watch live: Whistleblower Rick Bright warns of “darkest winter in modern history”. https://www.cbsnews.com/news/rick-bright-whistleblower-testimony-house-of-representatives-coronavirus-science-today-2020-05-14/
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