At what stage in the game do you PLAY THE TRUMP card?

At what stage in the game do you PLAY THE TRUMP card?
What really happened when the WIZARDS AND WARLOCKS revealed what they had?
The WIZARDS AND WARLOCKS (inside term) will not allow another Satanic Evil POS control our country.
‘Guardians’ of intelligence.
Important to read and understand. (X2)
Archive and save.
Will become extremely important.
Why is Adm R so important?
Who wanted him fired?
Why wasn’t Adm R replaced by POTUS when taking office?
Why is this relevant?
The BITE that has no CURE – NSA.
Think stages.
What role can MIL INTEL play?
What role can NSA play?

Be careful who you follow.
“Here tonight, before the eyes of our forefathers,
Americans declare again as we did 244 years ago.
That we will not be tyrannized, we will not be demeaned,
and we will not be intimidated by bad evil people. It will not happen.”

Do people really believe the BIGGEST scandal in modern US history will go unpunished [Scot-Free]?
Backchannels are important.
Patriots stand at the ready [shills whine].

Source: 8kun Notables, At what stage in the game do you PLAY THE TRUMP card?


If the American people and the rest of the world think that getting rid of Trump means a return to normal, they better think again. Because “normal” for the #US ruling class is war. And especially so at a time of deep internal crisis.

Source: 8kun Notables, Russ_Warrior

US ‘Plundering’ Syrian Oil to ‘Send to Israel’

US ‘Plundering’ Syrian Oil to ‘Send to Israel’, Claims US Ex-Diplomat

Syria’s state-run media earlier reported that 200 troops had been flown to US bases in al-Shaddadi on 21 January for future deployment at Omar oil field and Koniko gas field in neighbouring Deir ez-Zor province. It was also reported that the US-led military coalition had dispatched 40 truckloads of weapons and logistical equipment to Hasakah.

The United States is plundering Syria’s natural resources to send them to other places that will benefit from American theft, claimed J. Michael Springmann, a former US diplomat in Saudi Arabia.

“The United States of America is moving soldiers from Iraq, which it is occupying, to Syria, which it continues to occupy, in order to steal Syrian oil from the Syrian people and to send the oil to somewhere else, presumably to the Apartheid entity (Israel) and other places that will benefit from American theft of Syrian oil,” the American political commentator and author was quoted as saying by Press TV on 23 January.

Responding to reports that the US military has transferred hundreds of troops from Iraq to Syria’s energy-rich northeastern province of Hasakah, Springmann, who was head of the American visa bureau in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, during the administrations of former presidents Reagan and Bush from September 1987 through March 1989, underscored:

“This is typical of the US and should be shown in contrast to 25,000 soldiers that were surrounding Joe Biden when he was being inaugurated, just a few days ago.”

Syria’s state-run television network reported earlier that 200 troops were flown to American bases in the town of al-Shaddadi onboard helicopters on 21 January.

The town lies some 60 kilometres south of the provincial capital Hasakah, where the US-led military coalition had dispatched 40 truckloads of weapons and logistical equipment, according to the Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA), the Syrian government’s official media outlet.

According to the reports, the forces are to be subsequently stationed at Omar oil field and Koniko gas field in neighbouring Deir ez-Zor province, as part of Washington’s ongoing moves aimed at wresting further control over oil reserves in Syria.

Source: 8kun Notables, US ‘Plundering’ Syrian Oil to ‘Send to Israel’


Screenshot even shows I was specifically referencing the Amazon unionization vote

Yet Twitter censored it anyway

Source: 8kun Notables, JackPosobiec

As Schools Reopen Amid COVID, Kids Forced to Kneel for Hours, Get No Recess, No Art, & No PE

As Schools Reopen Amid COVID, Kids Forced to Kneel for Hours, Get No Recess, No Art, & No PE

“It is, in fact, nothing short of a miracle that the modern methods of education have not yet entirely strangled the holy curiosity of inquiry; for this delicate plant, aside from stimulation, stands mainly in need of freedom; without this it goes to wrack and ruin without fail. It is a very grave mistake to think that the enjoyment of seeing and searching can be promoted by means of coercion and a sense of duty.” –Albert Einstein

Standard education in America typically focuses on creating a supply of worker bees who follow orders from authority and operate within the confines that the system has set out, but lack critical thinking skills. Even before the insanity around COVID-19 lockdowns began, the results of such a system which suppresses and discourages creativity and imagination were already having a detrimental effect on children. Now, however, thanks to a set of often cruel and entirely arbitrary regulations, children across the planet are being severely harmed by government mandates, school regulations, and lockdowns.

Last month a study by researchers at the University of Cambridge found that the government-imposed lockdowns in response to the coronavirus pandemic cause significant harm to children’s mental health. The study, published in the Archives of Disease in Childhood, was the first of its kind to analyze data on younger children’s mental health before and during the first lockdown in the United Kingdom last spring.

Following 168 children between the ages of 7 ½ and 11 ½, the researchers conclude: “During the UK lockdown, children’s depression symptoms have increased substantially, relative to before lockdown. The scale of this effect has direct relevance for the continuation of different elements of lockdown policy, such as complete or partial school closures.”

They continue: “Specifically, we observed a statistically significant increase in ratings of depression, with a medium-to-large effect size. Our findings emphasise the need to incorporate the potential impact of lock-down on child mental health in planning the ongoing response to the global pandemic and the recovery from it.”

There are multiple other studies showing the same thing, including those from the CDC. Unfortunately, however, government seems entirely unconcerned with remedying the problem. And, as the following case out of Alaska illustrates, when children actually do go back to school, government imposes outright torturous and inhumane restrictions.

Source: 8kun Notables, As Schools Reopen Amid COVID, Kids Forced to Kneel for Hours, Get No Recess, No Art, & No PE

Ray Dalio: "We Are On The Brink Of A Terrible Civil War"

Ray Dalio: “We Are On The Brink Of A Terrible Civil War”

It was over a decade ago that we first warned the Fed’s unconstrained monetary lunacy will eventually result in civil war, a prediction for which Time magazine, which back then was still somewhat relevant, mocked us. This is what Time’s Stephen Gendel said in October 2010:

What is the most likely cause of civil unrest today? Immigration. Gay marriage. Abortion. The results of Election Day. The mosque at Ground Zero. Nope.

Try the Federal Reserve. Nov. 3 is when the Federal Reserve’s next policy committee meeting ends, and if you thought this was just another boring money meeting you would be wrong. It could be the most important meeting in the Fed’s history, maybe. The U.S. central bank is expected to announce its next move to boost the faltering economic recovery. To say there has been considerable debate and anxiety among Fed watchers about what the central bank should do would be an understatement. Chairman Ben Bernanke has indicated in recent speeches that the central bank plans to try to drive down already low interest rates by buying up long-term bonds. A number of people both inside the Fed and out believe this is the wrong move. But one website seems to indicate that Ben’s plan might actually lead to armed conflict. Last week, a post on the blog Zero Hedge said … that the Fed’s plan is not only moronic, but “positions US society one step closer to civil war if not worse.”

* * * * *

The problem is that the Fed directly sets only short-term interest rates. And they are already about as close to zero as you can go. That’s why Bernanke has been talking about something called “quantitative easing.” That’s when the Fed basically creates money to buy the long-term bonds that it doesn’t directly control and drives down those interest rates as well. That should further reduce the cost of borrowing for large companies and homeowners. Some people are calling this “QE2” because the Fed made a similar move during the height of the financial crisis when it bought mortgage bonds. (See photos of the Tea Party movement)

Not everyone agrees this is a good move. In fact, a number of presidents of regional Fed banks, not all of which get to vote at Fed policy meetings, have recently come out against Bernanke’s plan. Some say it sets bad policy. Others think it will stoke inflation, which might be the point. Few, though, have warned of armed conflict. Here’s how Zero Hedge justifies its prediction of why the Fed’s Nov. 3 meeting will lead to violence:

In a very real sense, Bernanke is throwing Granny and Grandpa down the stairs – on purpose. He is literally threatening those at the lower end of the economic strata, along with all who are retired, with starvation and death, and in a just nation where the rule of law controlled instead of being abused by the kleptocrats he would be facing charges of Seditious Conspiracy, as his policies will inevitably lead to the destruction of our republic.

O.K. The idea that Bernanke might kill large swaths of low-income neighborhoods or Florida by his plan to further lower interest rates is a little ridiculous. But there is a point in Zero Hedge’s crazy. Lower rates do tend to favor borrowers over savers. And the largest borrowers in the country are banks, speculators and large corporations. The largest spenders in the U.S., though, tend to be individuals. Consumer spending makes up 70% of the economy. And the vast majority of consumers are on the low end of the income scale. So I think it is a valid question to ask whether the Fed’s desire to drive down interest rates at all costs is working. Companies are already borrowing at low rates. They are just not spending. (Read a special report on the financial crisis blame game)

That being said, civil war, probably not. “It is a gross exaggeration,” says Allan Meltzer, who is a top Fed historian at Carnegie Mellon. “I cannot recall ever learning about riots or civil war even when the Fed made other mistakes.”

Source: 8kun Notables, Ray Dalio: “We Are On The Brink Of A Terrible Civil War”

“2:00 pm yesterday marked Biden's 50th hour in office. Here's where we're at

“2:00 pm yesterday marked Biden’s 50th hour in office.
Here’s where we’re at:
TODAY – 8 Chinese bombers, 4 fighters, and 1 sub-hunter just breached Taiwan’s Air Defense Identification Zone, crossing the Taiwan Strait.
– A loss of 52,100 jobs in oil.
– Ended energy independence for the United States.
– Canada suing Biden.
– Antifa (just an idea right), continue to riot and burn down Portland and Seattle.
– Sent our troops that were in DC to sleep on the floor of a parking garage, in freezing temps, with cars parked there and one bathroom. But the WH made them cookies. 🙄
– Created a new glass ceiling for girls to hurdle, ruining so many chances for scholarships with his “progressive” transgender programs allowing boys to compete against girls.
– Created a new federal property mask mandate, which he broke countless times already.
– Is now allowing illegal immigrants to be counted for representation in congress.
– A complete halt on student loan forgiveness that he promised.
– A complete halt on the $2000 stimulus program he promised.
– He shot down a Trump admin. order to lower the cost of insulin.
– He shot down a Trump admin. order to lower the cost of epinephrine.
– Rescinds Trump order banning Chinese Communist involvement in US power grid.
– $1.6 billion in gross wages lost.
Everything he’s done in 3 damn days has benefitted other countries and hurt Americans.
But HEY, at least he hasn’t tweeted mean words. Ask your Venezuelan and Cuban friends how they’re surviving, we’re gonna need some tips and life hacks.”😔

Source: 8kun Notables, “2:00 pm yesterday marked Biden’s 50th hour in office. Here’s where we’re at

The day Joe Biden was sworn in, America had the single highest one-day death total. 2 days later…

The day Joe Biden was sworn in, America had the single highest one-day death total

2 days later—Washington DC decided to re-open indoor dining

3 days later—Chicago decided to re-open indoor dining

Democrats killed thousands of small businesses and it was never about the virus.

Source: 8kun Notables, The day Joe Biden was sworn in, America had the single highest one-day death total. 2 days later…

Missouri Gun Shop Refuses To Sell Weapons, Ammo To Biden Supporters, And They’re Very Upset

Missouri Gun Shop Refuses To Sell Weapons, Ammo To Biden Supporters, And They’re Very Upset

Biden supporters are mad that a conservative gun shop won’t sell them guns or ammo.

Immediately following Joe Biden’s inauguration, Trigger Firearms & Reloading, in Jefferson City, Missouri, published a statement indicating the company will no longer sell munitions or firearms to his supporters.

“We don’t have guns or ammo for Biden supporters,” the gun store wrote on its Facebook page. “Sorry for the inconvenience.”

At least one commenter claimed to be a wealthy Democrat living in Missouri who supports the Second Amendment and felt disenfranchised.

“I had a few grand to spend on a small backup to my Springfield XD and some other gear and ammo,” wrote a masked Joe Shockley. “Good to know you don’t want my money because I don’t want a fake billionaire reality tv star as my president.”

Another Biden supporter joked about the fate of Parler, which was pulled from the Internet after Amazon, Google, Apple and a myriad of other vendors refused to do business with the conservative social media platform.

“Good to know. I only want to give my money to Americans, not domestic terrorists,” wrote Westjr E Larry, who claims to live in South Texas. “Don’t you have to be freaking out on Parler right about now?”

Some commenters appreciated the humor in refusing to sell guns to Biden supporters, who – being largely Democrats – have pushed for curtailments on the Second Amendment for decades.

“Bad news,” wrote one conservative commenter. “You’ve lost the business of people that live in California and Michigan. How will you ever survive?”

“Funny all these crying Liberals on here, but to set the record strait. I have never heard of a Gun Business going bankrupt, from a Liberal boycott, however when Conservatives Boycott something they are done,” wrote another.

Austin Petersen, a libertarian-leaning Republican who previously ran for U.S. Senate in Missouri, celebrated the decision on Twitter.

“My local gun shop announced last night that they do not have any guns or ammunition available for Biden supporters,” Petersen wrote. “The comment section of howling leftists is like delicious hot apple pie with ice cream.”

My local gun shop announced last night that they do not have any guns or ammunition available for Biden supporters. The comment section of howling leftists is delicious like hot apple pie with ice cream. Let’s keep it going.

— Austin Petersen 🇺🇲 (@AP4Liberty) January 24, 2021

Here you go.

— 97 honda accord (@97hondaaccord) January 24, 2021

It remains unclear why Biden supporters are upset that a company is refusing to do business with them, especially after virtually all big tech companies and multiple banks have refused to do business with President Donald J. Trump, as well as many of his supporters.

Source: 8kun Notables, Missouri Gun Shop Refuses To Sell Weapons, Ammo To Biden Supporters, And They’re Very Upset

Klobuchar says Senate impeachment trial of former official is constitutional: 'We have precedent'

Klobuchar says Senate impeachment trial of former official is constitutional: ‘We have precedent’
BY JOSEPH CHOI – 01/24/21 10:26 AM EST

“It is constitutional. We have precedent from way back when a secretary of War was tried after he had left office. And, obviously, there was a remedy that would help in the future, which would ban former President Trump from running again,” replied Klobuchar.

The senator was likely referring to War Secretary William Belknap, who was accused of accepting kickbacks from political appointees in 1876. Belknap resigned before his trial began, but the Senate at the time had agreed that they held jurisdiction to impeach government officials who had left office.

Stephanopoulos on Sunday also asked Klobuchar whether or not there is enough support among GOP senators for Trump’s second Senate impeachment trial to result in a conviction.

“My colleagues have not yet committed about what they’re going to do,” Klobuchar said, pointing to a recent New York Times article that reported Trump had attempted to oust and replace acting Attorney General Jeffrey A. Rosen in an attempt to overturn the Georgia election results.

Source: 8kun Notables, Klobuchar says Senate impeachment trial of former official is constitutional: ‘We have precedent’

For UK Fags – The UK version of "The Corporation"

For UK Fags
The UK version of “The Corporation” was dissolved at the same time as the US’s was…18 months ago.
The UK then was taken over by the USofA Military; the Queen was outed, along with Boris J. and
all of Parliament. [They are all playing a role in a gov. that no longer exists]

The same movie “NOW PLAYING” here in the US, is playing in the UK.
Once POTUS steps back into this film production having fully restored all aspects of the US to a
Republic, the UK will then be turned back over to her PEOPLE of Britain, as a Commonwealth.

Source: 8kun Notables, For UK Fags – The UK version of “The Corporation”

Australia to join 100 nations in climate resilience pledge ahead of UN summit

Australia to join 100 nations in climate resilience pledge ahead of UN summit

Australia will join Britain and more than 100 countries in a global push for increased urgency for nations to adapt to climate change and the increased droughts, heat waves, cyclones, devastating storms, floods and rising sea levels that come with it.

Federal Environment Minister Sussan Ley will also use an address on Tuesday morning to the international Climate Adaptation Summit to commit Australia to new national climate resilience and adaptation strategy as the impacts of climate change exacerbate economic, social and security threats.

In a pre-recorded address Ms Ley will underline Australia’s commitment to working with the international community to build on the country’s collaboration with scientists, communities and traditional owners to act and adapt to an already changing climate.

It will include an initial $12.9 million investment towards establishing Climate and Resilience Services Australia, a new capability that will connect and leverage the Commonwealth’s climate and natural disaster risk information to further prepare for and build resilience to natural disasters.
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Ms Ley’s speech follows Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s comments at the weekend that he would not be altering Australia’s 2030 climate emissions reductions targets or sign-up to a 2035 target ahead of this year’s United Nations climate change conference in Glasgow.

Ms Ley said that despite global criticism over Australia’s lack of ambition on climate emission targets, the nation was “deeply committed” to collaboration that accelerated adaptation to protect communities and the planet.

“We are joining global partnerships and taking the lead in building resilient communities,” Ms Ley will say, according to a draft copy of the speech circulated to the media.

“Climate adaptation is about taking practical actions to help our environment, our communities and our economy deal with the impacts of climate change that are already taking place.

“We are focused on the steps we can take now and in the future to create a more resilient Australia.”
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Labor has increased its attacks on the Morrison government over its tardiness to allocate funding for projects under its own domestic disaster resilience projects, claiming flood-prone regions were unlikely to receive newly-announced mitigation funding until floods have already hit.

Last month it accused the Morrison government of ignoring warnings of La Niña conditions this summer by refusing to spend its $4 billion disaster recovery and resilience fund 18 months after it was announced.

Ms Ley will also announce that Australia will join the Coalition for Climate Resilient Investment – a UN summit initiative, which represents the commitment of the global private financial industry, in partnership with key private and public institutions, to foster the more efficient integration of physical climate risks in investment decision making.

“As part of our commitment to build a more climate resilient world, Australia has pledged new global finance of at least $1.5 billion over the period 2021 to 2025, a 50 per cent increase on the previous period.”

Source: 8kun Notables, Australia to join 100 nations in climate resilience pledge ahead of UN summit

Congresswoman Lauren Boebert introduces bills to resist Biden's executive orders on Paris agreement, WHO, and mask mandate

Congresswoman Lauren Boebert introduces bills to resist Biden’s executive orders on Paris agreement, WHO, and mask mandate

‘Sadly, this is what we’ve come to expect from hypocritical Democrats’

Republican Rep. Lauren Boebert is taking on three of President Joe Biden’s flurry of executive orders that he signed within days of being sworn in.

The freshman lawmaker introduced her first bill in Congress. In fact, she introduced her first three bills in Congress, and they all target Biden’s executive orders.

I introduced 3 bills this week: 1. A bill to prevent funding for the Paris Accord. 2. A bill to halt funding to t…
— Lauren Boebert (@Lauren Boebert)1611495491.0

In one of Biden’s first actions in office, he rejoined the Paris Agreement on Climate Change. Boebert’s bill would prevent the United States from spending any money on the Paris Agreement until the treaty is ratified by the Senate.

“Joe Biden took an oath to uphold the U.S. Constitution. If he wants to keep it, he must transmit the job-killing Paris Agreement to the U.S. Senate for ratification,” Boebert said in a statement. “Unilaterally entering the Paris Agreement was wrong in 2016 and it’s wrong now. Responsible energy production supports more than 230,000 Colorado jobs. The Paris Agreement puts these jobs at risk and will increase energy costs.”

Biden signed an executive order reversing former President Donald Trump’s decision to leave the World Health Organization. Rep. Boebert’s bill would “prohibit the availability of United States contributions to the World Health Organization until Congress receives a full report on China and the COVID–19 pandemic.”

“The WHO is China-centric and panders to Beijing at every turn,” the representative from Colorado claimed. “There is no reason U.S. taxpayers should contribute more than $400 million annually to an organization that covered for China and failed to contain the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic.”

“We must not let the Chinese Communist Party off the hook,” Boebert said. “We must hold the WHO accountable. Joe Biden failed to do either of those things and his edict yesterday only emboldens Beijing. Rejoining the WHO without ensuring accountability for the American people is the wrong move.”

Earlier this month, the State Department revealed that it had new evidence that may point to coronavirus emerged from a virology laboratory in Wuhan. China has denied the allegations that COVID-19 originated from the Wuhan Institute of Virology.

Trump halted all funding to the WHO in April. In 2019, the United States was the top funder of the WHO, providing over $400 million, which is about 15% of its budget.

The third bill would overturn the Biden administration’s mask mandate on all federal property and federal buildings. Biden’s executive order also applies to interstate commerce, which means requiring face masks to be worn at airports, on planes, buses, and trains.

“You can’t make this stuff up. Joe Biden was on federal land without a mask the same day he signed a federal property mask mandate,” Boebert chided. “Sadly, this is what we’ve come to expect from hypocritical Democrats. ‘Mandates for thee, but not for me.'”

Source: 8kun Notables, Congresswoman Lauren Boebert introduces bills to resist Biden’s executive orders on Paris agreement, WHO, and mask mandate

General John William Vogt Jr. And His UFO Sighting

General John William Vogt Jr. And His UFO Sighting


The following documents were taken from a longer oral history transcript from General John William Vogt Jr. conduct in 1978.

At the time it was received by The Black Vault, it had never been released to the public before.

Inside, General Vogt recalled his time in intelligence, and how he was assigned to investigate UFOs. He called himself the “first UFO officer in the Air Force.”

During the course of his interview, he recalled a UFO sighting while flying a C-45 Beechcraft. It was a purple light which flew with his aircraft, and was visible for about an hour.

Note from The Black Vault: I tried to find the corresponding file in the Project Blue Book collection. However, with no real details in the oral history transcript, it’s difficult to match it up to anything.
Document Archive

General John William Vogt Jr. And His UFO Sighting [3 Pages, 0.5MB]

Source: 8kun Notables, General John William Vogt Jr. And His UFO Sighting

U.S. Censorship Mania: A Threat to Independent Media

U.S. Censorship Mania: A Threat to Independent Media. The Secretive Plan to Shut Down the Internet

A censorship mania going far beyond the necessary social media banning of Trump’s fascist coup incitement is appearing in U.S. Democratic party leadership circles leading to the necessity to warn of the possibility that socialist and progressive social media presence and websites may be heavily censored or banned, and to urge that as a precaution multiple versions of progressive websites or at least of their databases should be located in multiple countries.

Congressional Representatives Anna Eshoo and Tom Malinowski have now written letters demanding that the CEO’s of Facebook, Twitter, and Youtube (which is owned by Google) censor content which reinforces “existing political biases, especially those rooted in anger, anxiety, and fear.” They have also refereed to uncensored social media as allowing the ‘pollution of Americans minds’.

Note that ‘existing political biases’ and “those rooted in anger, anxiety, and fear” and the notion that we must not permit the ‘polluting of Americans minds’ is a ‘blankcheck’ formula allowing any political website to be targeted and censored.”

Even more sinister is the fact that the right-wing website Parler was targeted for removal and denied online space by Amazon cloud and shut-down.

I believe it would be a serious political mistake not to to prepare for the possibility of censorship or shutdown of independent and progressive online systems. The Democratic party shares one thing with Trump: a fear of socialism. The U.S. political elites who feel no compunction in ordering wars of aggression that slaughter hundreds of thousands in other countries are quite capable of trampling over the right of free speech and press.

The Secretive Plan to Shut Down the Internet

The U.S. state has, in fact, already a secretive plan in place to shut down the internet and mobile phone systems, or portions thereof. This plan, known as SOP 303, enables the shutdown and restoration process for use by commercial and private wireless networks during a self-defined ‘national crisis’.

In 2016 the U.S. Supreme court declined to hear a petition from the Electronic Privacy information center which would have required release of the SOP 303 details

What is known is that the plan gives officials of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security the power to shut down the internet with no consultation or input from either the U.S. Congress or the public. Determining what constitutes an ’emergency’ is left solely up to the Homeland officials. China, Tunisia, Libya, and Syria are just some of the countries where all or a local or regional portion of the internet have been previously shut down due to a supposed, emergency’, which was usually mass protests against government policies or social conditions.

Serious resistance by American workers to the ever-growing wars of aggression and deterioration of their living and working conditions has long been an inevitable.development. Amid the current depression-level economic conditions and other dislocations of life in the U.S., SOP 303 may well be implemented to shut down vital communication by workers – the vast majority of American people – as legitimate resistance grows ever stronger.

Implementation of the SOP 303 plan would not be technically difficult. It’s true that no individual organization or government agency directly controls the entire internet. But the major social media platforms – including Facebook, Youtube, and Google – as well as mobile phone networks such as Verizon, are already closely integrated with the U.S. state.

Source: 8kun Notables, U.S. Censorship Mania: A Threat to Independent Media

Alphabet , codes , language

first, if you find this on the web somewhere, point me to it and I will quit spamming you with stuff I can link

if you have never looked at the alphabet before. Here is a series of questions that require no understanding or basis for thought. It is just observations about the English alphabet that have likely never been shown to you before.
I believe

A – M

N – Z

N and Z are the same if you rotate.

b p – opposite sides, like a mirror. one a-m and one n-z

B – why are some uppercase letters different structurally and some remain?

What is a vowel? Why don’t the hebrew use them?

Vowel is a vow. It ties the objects together with spirit and places you as the moderator.

I can’t explain exactly
a, e, i, o , u ….. hold on, y not y?

Okay. There are some fishy things going on with the words you speak.

what is the relationship between an M and a W? they are awful similar, do they represent opposites?

How about an S or Z, how about a 5. All very similar.

You see what is important, is why did people choose to differentiate. If they had an M, why did they decide to flip it around for a W. Was it just different enough, or are they related concepts?

An O and U, a bit different, But a U is an incomplete oval, and the O is a circle.

Here is one most people don’t see

A and H
now if I take the top of the A, where it points, and split that apart, it looks just like an H

not perfect, but if I turn that H on it’s side, it looks alot like an capital I, written in script, not keyboard text.

How about C, is this like a U, but rotated?

What is I and J? Why do they both have the little dots on i and j? It just so happens they are next to each other in the alphabet? I don’t know why.

Here is something else, a side not. A-M = 13 N-Z = 13

If we do indeed have 13 dimensions, this makes sense. Is there a light/dark or positive/negative in all 13 dimensions?

Are parts of the alphabet… modern? vs ancient?

We know where the alphabet came from, but …. in which order was it developed, who placed it in it’s common form.

There is differentiation in sounds, language and symbol to help us describe differences in the whole. What the fuck is a <G> ? Why is it the most complex glyph in the alphabet. Or is an R more complex? R is similar to a K though if you re-shape the loop on the R into straight line for K.


Alphabet , codes , language

While it might be fun to think our alphabet was created for a cryptic control and possible code, I think the creation and initiation was for common use and not some ulterior purpose.

I think you would be wise to study the origin of language and alphabets.

While modern teaching says written language began with phoenician people actually Sumer in current Egypt land toward the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers a written alphabet was developed that was not picture form.

Interestingly English can be easily read by humans if vowels are removed but that is after a person has first learned phonics and normal spellings. It is the brain that can still read words with missing letters, because actually when we speed read our brain is not picking up every letter.

Letters shape and sound are two entirely different topics.

Greek added 4 vowels the first vowels to the alphabet during translations of Greek to phonetic (phoenician) Alphabet, which used 22 letters.

Vowels: vowels are created by the free passage of breath through the larynx and mouth. When the mouth is obstructed during speech production—most often by the tongue or teeth—the resulting sound is a consonant.

There is a lot of in depth study into pronunciation that goes to the details of tongue, mouth and air.

When the Greeks took their “works” did not find a adequate Phoenician alphabet sound to make all the sounds in the Greek so they took for consonants and made them vowel sounds.

Throughout History much of the change in language and mixture had to do with conquering countries. The Anglo, The Saxon, Rome (latin), Greek, etc influenced all common languages even if the nation/area conquered had a written language or not.

It was not uncommon to force people to give up their native language, just as most countries today want people living in their Nation to use the Native language. This happen with conquering Nations.

The Alphabet did not solidify to what we have today until the printing press 1436. Though it was frequently used. It was formalized so it would be uniform for the printing press.

This is obvious because written word flourished after the use of the printing press. And therefore the common person could learn a language to read and write.

You can find on the internet wonderful Translation and language sites the explain the origination of each later – where it began and how it was changed.

–Code and cryptic use of a language formed after the language was purposed for common use.

Language has mysteries but nothing is fishy about it. –

This may be related…

Works for arabic and hebrew as well.

Letters distributed evenly through 360 degrees:

A: 13.84615384615385
B: 27.6923076923077
C: 41.5384615384615
D: 55.3846153846154
E: 69.2307692307693
F: 83.0769230769231
G: 96.923076923077
H: 110.769230769231
I: 124.615384615385
J: 138.461538461539
K: 152.307692307692
L: 166.153846153846
M: 180
N: 193.846153846154
O: 207.692307692308
P: 221.538461538462
Q: 235.384615384615
R: 249.230769230769
S: 263.076923076923
T: 276.923076923077
U: 290.769230769231
V: 304.615384615385
W: 318.461538461539
X: 332.307692307692
Y: 346.153846153846
Z: 360

The neat bit:

G: 96.923076923077
O: 207.692307692308
D: 55.3846153846154

Total: 360.0000000000004

Source: 8kun Notables, Alphabet , codes , language

Vatican dark, Pope out of sight and comms about poor dead “Edwin” 46

No pun intended.

Ailing pope, reducing appearances, prays for homeless dead

“VATICAN CITY (AP) — Ailing Pope Francis, who this week is making limited public appearances due to persistent pain, has drawn attention to the plight of homeless people in winter, including a Nigerian man who froze to death near the Vatican.

Francis on Sunday asked for prayers for the 46-year-old man named Edwin who he said was “ignored by all, abandoned, even by us.” The pontiff said on Jan. 20 “a few meters away from St. Peter’s Square, because of the cold, a Nigerian homeless man was found dead.” Early last week, temperatures in Rome dropped below freezing at night.

A day after the Vatican said that Francis, 84, was suffering again from sciatica, a nerve inflammation that can affect the lower back and legs, the pope skipped a scheduled Mass in St. Peter’s Basilica. But he appeared in the Apostolic Palace library to give his blessing and offer remarks about the Gospel and about the plight of those with no home.

Edwin’s case “gets added to those of so many other homeless people, recently deceased in Rome in the same dramatic circumstances,” Francis said. “Let’s pray for Edwin.” “

Source: 8kun Notables, Vatican dark, Pope out of sight and comms about poor dead “Edwin” 46

Comparison of Biden's and Trump's 21 Gun Salute (Cap)

Comparison of Biden’s and trump’s 21 Gun Salute

>Comparison of Biden’s and trump’s 21 Gun Salute

There was no Gun Salute after Joe Biden was sworn in as President (??)

Was the Shot Heard Around The World the Sound of Silence?

Joe Biden 2021 Presidential Inauguration Ceremony

Donald Trump inauguration day – watch live>Comparison of Biden’s and trump’s 21 Gun Salute

I just went back to Reagan, Clinton and Obama. All had the same salute Trump received, 21 guns, 3 second interval.



The 21 gun salute has started immediately following the oath of office from Reagan to Trump.
This link brings you to Joe Xiden inauguration after the oath…. nothing but clapping.

Source: 8kun Notables, Comparison of Biden’s and Trump’s 21 Gun Salute (Cap)