Commented on Crimes Of Empire's Multiple Blasts Strike Istanbul Airport
Appreciate the rapid response. Thanks. To read and view necessary sense, where madness and lies. Sift through any evidence censored by mainstream. “I hope that the Ataturk Airport attack, especially in Western countries [and] all over the world, will be a milestone . . .
Commented on Aangirfan's POPE ON GAYS, WOMEN, WEAPONS...
Pope says whatever is written by... 'you masters of war'. Natural progressions of play-book, sing-along with, the NWO mantras. Believe in whatever screws both sides into confusion. Correspondingly affirming and upsetting. Cover sex-abuse up/apologise for homophobia. . . .
UK Column reports they consider Brexit's 'aim was to divide. The outcome was irrelevant'.
Going on to add that it's a distraction from what really matters, i.e. 'one world governance' The accusation, Boris and like, complicit in the process. Controlled. While 'sidelining UKIP'.
Particularly with the result . . .
The morning after that night before. Had planned to write about Boris but only, if hope grew and he's my kind of surprisingly, somewhat redeemable, top-dog, goodie-ish. Not overly unexpectedly, his opening post-speech was back-peddling for the City masters like a pup.
Subsequent calls from the EU to "hurry up", have little/no . . .
– we ask the right questions.
Open-up to more than mainstream. Read between the lines. Care to matter:
We must fight for survival. All that.
Write and speak out. On the back of others, or original pirate material? More voices/volume increases. Better, and more honest engagement – the better.
Comment on about half a dozen websites, include . . .
Gotta get on some original posts, not only comments recycled. But... the need is to speak… write up. In principle. A stand. Must be done. How and whatever. Everyone/please.
Commented on Crimes of Empire's Brexit!
Oh you do make me laugh. Zip of a read, distilling the nuggets. Mockery – a sturdy upsetter. Like to believe Brexit would be . . .
Lasha Darkmoon on The Lord’s Prayer (‘Our Father’) in 30 Languages
LD: The Lord’s Prayer contains within it an entire worldview and philosophical system. Its profundity has taxed the minds of many thinkers for the last two thousand years. Entire books have been written expounding the meaning of each sentence. If all the thoughts and . . .