The vaccine film Robert De Niro won’t let his audience see… writes Jon Rappoport and although I agree it's disappointing the back-down came, surely the damage/blessing's, been done. It happened quick/slow enough to get two news stories. I'm guessing D'Niro is pleased with himself. Just an establishment enemy enough, but not… . . .
The upcoming Tribeca Film Festival has come under heat for its screening of a documentary that promotes the anti-vaccination movement. In a statement, Robert De Niro defended the screening of Vaxxed: From Cover-up to Catastrophe while also distancing himself as part of the anti-vaccination movement. Reports Daniel Kreps for Rolling Stone.
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A merchant which was in Leipsig for businesses on friday april the 11th 1727 wrote a letter to his wife. I asked for the nearest church and they sent me to St. Thomas one. Inside there was a man which was very busy in organizing an orchestra and a chorus. Somebody told me he was herr Bach, the kappelmaister. Then the mass begun and I can . . .
Little interest in music by choice, except Bach.
St Matthews is 'all about the dance'. Or that's what the man at HMV told me, selling me one of his recommended versions.
This and – Bach – Cantatas could remind me of Easter but this tends to be oh so 'religious' which I don't relate to or the surrounding culture. Yet, . . .
By James Perloff
My friend Rachael McIntosh was an alternate delegate at the 2012 Republican Convention in Tampa, Florida, representing Ron Paul for the state of Rhode Island.
Rachael had worked for a private defense contractor for years. Awakened by the corruption and darkness she witnessed, she left the defense industry, and began working . . .
Why? Why speculate? Investigate?
Because I believe God wants me to have light in praying/witness truth and love in writing.
To do what can, must. It's an act, not a 'performance' or indeed, for appreciation – although dear reader I, appreciate, you bothering – but a . . .