New Documentary Celebrates Jewish Superiority

 

April 21, 2018

For instance, the Talmud and Kabbalah regard non-Jews as animals (see excerpt below.) The film repeatedly cites Jewish Messianism where Jews will “heal the world” and usher in a utopia. They will do this by destroying every Gentile social unit — family, nation, race, and religion. These are the current goals of globalism, Communism and the NWO evidenced in migration, multiculturalism, gender dysphoria, political correctness, gun grab, censorship and the loss of free speech. 
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Meet Jetsonorama, A Street Artist That Celebrates Native Americans


By Fattima Mahdi Truth Theory

Meet Chip Thomas, aka Jetsonorama, a street artist that makes abandoned buildings and homes come to life with his large-scale photo murals.

Thomas is a primary care physician at the Inscription House Health Clinic, which is located in Navajo Nation (native american land). However, by night, Thomas is Jetsonorama, a talented artist who creates huge photo murals that feature members of the Navajo community. “His murals reflect back our everyday life. And to know that he gets it, he understands it is amazing,” says Cyndy Begaye, Thomas’s co-worker.

“I wanted to go bigger, create work where the people in the work get to see themselves represented,”

“Especially on the reservation, the work is a conversation,” says Thomas. “I’m trying to help create an environment of wellness within the community.”

Thomas moved to Navajo Nation in 1987 and quickly fell in love with the Four Corners region 30 years later. He has learned a great deal about uranium mining and the fatal impact it has had on Navajo workers. Thomas cared for some workers first hand in the clinic and showcases pictures that depict the history of mineral extraction on the lands.  

Thomas celebrates his neighbours and spreads awareness on the native american land that was mined and poisoned for nuclear war.

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Ex-spook Clapper celebrates 5yrs since lying to Congress, as statute of limitations expires

On March 12, 2013, Clapper, then director of national intelligence, knowingly lied to the US Select Committee on Intelligence, when he was asked by Senator Ron Wyden (D-OR) whether the National Security Agency collected “any type of data at all on millions or hundreds of millions of Americans.”

“No sir. Not willingly,” Clapper said.

The full extent of Clapper’s unabashed dishonesty was revealed to the world just three months later, when NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden leaked troves of documents detailing the agency’s vast, warrantless surveillance of American citizens.

In the years that followed, numerous lawmakers called for Clapper to be prosecuted for lying to Congress – but to no avail.

Prosecutions under the two criminal statutes that cover lying to Congress – relating to perjury and making false statements – must be brought within five years under the Statute of Limitations. This means that, as of Monday, March 12, 2018, Clapper can no longer be charged with perjury, even though he lied and everybody knows it.

Not everyone who fibs to Congress is blessed with such a curiously unresponsive Justice Department, though. Over the past 10 years, there have been at least two individuals charged with desecrating the halls of Congress with their democracy-damaging lies.
In 2007, second-ranking Interior Department official J. Steven Griles admitted to misleading the Senate about the criminal doings of disgraced lobbyist Jack Abramoff.

But the US government’s insistence on the truth and nothing but the truth was best exemplified in 2009, when professional baseball player Miguel Tejada pleaded guilty to lying to Congress after giving false testimony about performance-enhancing drug use in Major League Baseball.

“He admitted to lying to Congress and was unremorseful and flippant about it,” Rep. Thomas Massie (R-KY) told the Washington Examiner. “The integrity of our federal government is at stake because his behavior sets the standard for the entire intelligence community.” Massie was referring to Clapper, not the baseball player. Just to be clear.

Characterizing Clapper as unremorseful is highly disingenuous, however. The former spy chief, who retired from public service in 2017 to pursue a career as a cable news guest who blames everything on Russia, has repeatedly sought atonement for his past dishonesty.

“I have thought long and hard to recreate what went through my mind at the time,” Clapper wrote in a 2013 apology letter to Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA), referring to his unbecoming testimony. Explaining the reasoning behind his admittedly “clearly erroneous” answer, Clapper insisted that he “simply didn’t think of” the NSA’s massive metadata collection operation when Senator Wyden asked him if the agency collects data on Americans. Because why would he?

But in a later interview with MSNBC, Clapper re-remembered “what went through his mind,” arguing that he gave the “least untruthful” answer because he was “asked a ‘When are you going to stop beating your wife?’ kind of question, meaning not answerable necessarily by a simple yes or no.”

Some party-poopers have expressed outrage that a top spook lying about a massive, secretive domestic surveillance program will now likely never face justice, but others have very responsibly pointed out that Clapper lied to the American people – not Congress. Which is perfectly legal, by the way.

“The incident is generally framed in terms of whether Clapper mislead Congress… But he couldn’t have misled members of the intelligence committee because they knew what was going on,” Bob Turner, associate director of the Center for National Security Law at the University of Virginia, told PolitiFact. “The people who were misled were the American public.”

At the very least, Americans can rest easy knowing that Clapper can no longer poison broadcast news with his non-sequiturs and painfully poor understanding of how analogies work.

In March 2017, Clapper stated unequivocally that he could deny Trump’s allegation that President Barack Obama had wiretapped his calls in Trump Tower. When asked on NBC’s Meet the Press if “anything at Trump Tower” had been wiretapped, Clapper said “No,” adding that he would certainly know if there was a FISA (Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act) court order allowing such a sensitive surveillance operation.

When reports emerged that former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort, who, since 2006, has owned a condo in Trump Tower, was wiretapped under secret surveillance court orders between 2014 and “some point” in 2016, Clapper stood by his previous statements.

“I stand on what I said on March 5,” Clapper said in response to reporting on the Manafort surveillance orders. “FISAs are classified, so even if I knew something about it, I couldn’t [comment], and I don’t.”

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At Last! Iran ‘Celebrates’ Purim by Announcing Festival to Inaugurate Israel’s Demise

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CBS Celebrates Jones Campaign Efforts, Predicts ‘GOP On the Ropes’

In the wake of Democrat Doug Jones winning the Alabama Senate race the previous night, many in the liberal media were celebrating Wednesday with many analysts predicted dire days for the GOP in the near future. The same was true for CBS Evening News where they spent the first seven minutes and 36 seconds (over three different segments) touting the result and hyping Democratic divination of future elections.

And good evening. It’s the Alabama election with an impact across the country. Doug Jones is heading to the U.S. Senate,” announced anchor Jeff Glor as the show came on the air. “When Jones takes office next month, the Republican advantage in the Senate will shrink to just one seat, 51 to 49. That will make it more difficult for President Trump to get his agenda passed.

The first segment was narrated by reporter Manuel Bojorquez, who declared that “Alabama voters rolled back the political tides yesterday.” He highlighted the efforts of the Jones campaign in the days leading up to the election: “Jones was able to energize a traditionally weak democratic network here … He was buoy by millions in outside money and outspent Moore on campaign ads by 5-1.

His campaign says supporter knocked on 300,000 doors and made more than a million phone calls. And Jones had multiple campaign appearances a day while Moore shied away from cameras, dogged by allegations of sexual misconduct with teenage girls,” Bojorquez added.

 

 

Bojorquez was followed up by Congressional Correspondent Nancy Cordes who showed off how exuberant the Democrats were. “Jubilant Democrats said a win in deep red Alabama shows they can easily pick up seats in Arizona and Nevada next fall and retake control of the Senate,” she noted after playing a clip of a happy Senator Chuck Schumer (D-NY) speaking at a press conference. “Pennsylvania’s Bob Casey said the GOP’s on the ropes.

There wasn’t much acknowledgment that the reason Republican candidate Roy Moore lost was because he had sexual misconduct accusations against him, said America was great during slavery, and argued that the county would be better off if over half of the constitutional amendments didn’t exist. “But Republicans like Iowa’s Chuck Grassley insisted last night’s loss had to do with one flawed candidate, nothing more,” Cordes seemed to halfheartedly note.

Only in the third segment did someone from CBS warn to not read too much into the results of the Alabama election. “Well, we don’t want to go too far in over-reading the result in Alabama. As one Republican put it to me today: ‘We don’t expect to have anybody accused of assaulting underage people in any of these other races,’” stated Face the Nation anchor John Dickerson.

CBS’s excitement for a Jones victory was sponsored by Trulicity, Nexium, Ancestry DNA, and Wonderful Pistachios. 

Relevant portions of the transcript below:

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CBS Evening News
December 13, 2017
6:31:20 PM Eastern

JEFF GLOR: And good evening. It’s the Alabama election with an impact across the country. Doug Jones is heading to the U.S. Senate. He narrowly defeated Republican Roy Moore by about one and a half points. Moore still hasn’t conceded. When Jones takes office next month, the Republican advantage in the Senate will shrink to just one seat, 51 to 49. That will make it more difficult for President Trump to get his agenda passed. Still, he phoned Jones to offer his congratulations and Mr. Trump took some consolation in reminding folks that he once predicted correctly that Moore couldn’t win. We begin tonight with Manuel Bojorquez in Alabama.

[Cuts to video]

MANUEL BOJORQUEZ: Alabama voters rolled back the political tides yesterday.

(…)

BOJORQUEZ: Jones was able to energize a traditionally weak democratic network here.

(…)

BOJORQUEZ: He was buoy by millions in outside money and outspent Moore on campaign ads by 5-1.

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BOJORQUEZ: His campaign says supporter knocked on 300,000 doors and made more than a million phone calls. And Jones had multiple campaign appearances a day while Moore shied away from cameras, dogged by allegations of sexual misconduct with teenage girls.

(…)

6:34:17 PM Eastern

NANCY CORDES: Republicans were so relieved today you’d think they picked up a seat.

(…)

CORDES: Jubilant Democrats said a win in deep red Alabama shows they can easily pick up seats in Arizona and Nevada next fall and retake control of the Senate. Pennsylvania’s Bob Casey said the GOP’s on the ropes.

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CORDES: But Republicans like Iowa’s Chuck Grassley insisted last night’s loss had to do with one flawed candidate, nothing more.

(…)

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Lenin celebrates #280characters: ‘Power to Soviets! Land to people! Characters to proletariat!’

Twitter has been an indispensable tool for the Bolsheviks to spread their proletarian message on the fictional re-enactment project, so it comes as no surprise that – as the Russian Revolution draws to a close – those 280 characters are going to come in handy.

The company announced on Tuesday that the 280-character expansion (from the previous 140-character limit) is here to stay after a successful trial run. Lenin is ecstatic with joy… given that – were the Bolshevik leader alive today – some especially talkative current world leaders would have nothing on him in terms of his sheer volume of tweets.

Other historical characters on the RT project also chimed in.

READ MORE: Cruiser Aurora fires at Winter Palace 100 years ago, signals peak of Russian Revolution

But not everyone is overjoyed with the change. Understandably so…

We are now entering the final stretch of our #1917LIVE project. Alexander Kerensky’s government has been overthrown, and only some of his loyal Junkers remain a viable force that could still pose a threat to the Bolshevist Red Guards. Stay with us to find out what happens next on the battlefield of Moscow – Russia’s future capital.

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