Tag Archives: Stephen Paddock

Fake News, Russian Style

This is the epitome of fake news, showing the gullibility of the media in reporting such fake news (false flags) as real; our media’s susceptibility to accepting at face value narratives that fit their own views or biases (or fears); and the impossibility of trying to determine who’s a “white hat” and who’s a “black hat,” especially when it comes to Russia.

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Connections of a Saudi Prince

The Saudis are in the midst of political turmoil. An anti-corruption purge took place this past weekend, resulting in many arrests: [emphasis added to quotes]

Saudi Arabia‘s newly formed anti-corruption committee has arrested at least 17 princes and top officials, according to a list obtained by CNN and cited by a senior royal court official.

The list includes Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, the billionaire businessman who owns 95% of Kingdom Holding, which holds stakes in global companies such as Citigroup, Twitter, Apple and News Corp.

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End of a Crazy Week

What a long, strange week this has been. We’ve been treated to some of the weirdest and most infuriating events over the past few days. What is becoming of our country?

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“Minute” Changes to Facts about Las Vegas Shooting

Above is video of the press conference given yesterday, October 9, 2017, by Sheriff Joseph Lombardo of the Las Vegas police department. This press conference was a stunner, in that many of the facts previously given to the public have been changed (“clarified” or “updated”) over the 8+ days since the terror attack.

The most stunning change was in the timeline. The unarmed casino security guard, contrary to prior information provided by authorities, was shot before any concert goer was shot.

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