Dog Poet Transmitting…….
Good day my loyal, beloved and wonderful friends! You make everything I do worthwhile and meaningful. I know it sounds a tad fantastic and imaginative (perhaps) when I say that I can feel your thoughts and… being one who sees everything in terms of trends and degrees, the overwhelming evidence from what I can glean is that you like me as much as I like you and that really feels good because I like you a lot. Yes!!!
Today I am going to ask you to watch a lot of video. It might come to about 4 hours but I assure you you will feel informed once you have done so.
First off the bat, I want to mention Paul Joseph Watson who has to be one of the most direct and articulate individuals that I have ever come across. To say that he mirrors my thoughts would be accurate. I want to add also that I notice that he has flash editing in play, which you can see if you pay attention. I am one of those people who pay attention. If someone talks to me, I listen to them. I am not just waiting for my turn to speak. So I see that he does this… fine… I’m okay with that but I do notice it as I am also aware that I don’t employ it. It would feel dishonest to me but that doesn’t make it dishonest. That’s just me. I also notice that he works for Alex Jones who I do not appreciate at all. He does more harm than good and I am certain that he works for the very people he puts in the crosshairs. However, I don’t damn people by association. He’s got a lot of good things to say and he wants a wider audience. I don’t blame him for that either. I just notice. It makes me rethink Mike Adams, whose work I have often enjoyed but then he defends Alex Jones when Alex Jones is a bombastic, self-inflated hypocrite. If I’m going to appreciate Watson I should probably cut Mike Adams some slack. I’m thinking about it (grin).
Smoking Mirrors | The Invisible Architects of the Evil that Pimps and Preens in the Universal Mirror.
Yeah, once again, I am going to engage in that silly business when I pretend that my blog is a “respectable media outlet” and, as such, to give myself the proper credibility and gravitas I have to copy Time magazine and others and chose a “man of the year”. This year, however, this truly was a no-brainer. The 2016 “man of the year” is, of course, the American “basket of deplorables“.
No, not Trump. Trump might well be Time’s man of the year, but as far as I am concerned, this man is just a promise, and he will remain that to me until he delivers on what he has promised the American voter. No, the real heroes of our story today are, of course, the millions who dared defy the Empire and who voted for Trump.
“All serious analysts know, and even the US government has agreed, that some Saudi figures have been supporting ISIS and funding ISIS, but the dodge has always been that it is some ‘rogue’ princes using their oil money to do whatever they like, but actually the government disapproves. But that email says that it is the government of Saudi Arabia, and the government of Qatar that have been funding ISIS,” Assange said in the interview, adding that the email was one of the most important ones in the email dump.
“Under Hillary Clinton — and the Clinton emails reveal a significant discussion of it — the biggest-ever arms deal in the world was made with Saudi Arabia: more than $80 billion,” Assange said. He went on to answer interviewer John Pilger’s question regarding whether the same money funds both the ISIS and Clinton with a simple “yes.”