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RosettaStone 6 points ago +6 / -0

I have not seen the movie, so maybe someone can tell me:

Did the movie imply that the FBI went after Jewell because they actually believed he was involved?

Or did it imply that the FBI went after Jewell to cover up their own involvement in the bombing?

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RosettaStone 3 points ago +6 / -3

A small sampling:

  1. JFK Shooting - The original autopsy that Trump had released a few years ago confirmed the "conspiracy theory" -- there were multiple shooters from different angles, and the kill shot came from the front-right, i.e. the grassy knoll. Oswald may not have been involved at all. (Note that it was the CIA, rather than the FBI, involved with this one.)

  2. Boston Marathon Bombing - Audio of a bomb "test" prior to the explosion, video of the bomb going off and doing no damage (it was low power, just for show), and pictures of the "victims" getting set up (pouring out blood packets, etc.) prove that the whole thing was fake. Then they pursued two young patsies, killing one, and putting the other in prison for life.

  3. Sandy Hook School Shooting - There is plenty of proof available to show that this was a fake incident, that the school had been shut down for years, and the kid who was blamed was just a patsy.

  4. Parkland School Shooting - Kids were actually killed in this incident, however, drone footage, and local news reports done before the Feds got control of the scene, show that the kid they blamed was a patsy. The teacher who was shot (while protecting her kids) said that the shooter was an adult wearing protective gear, who she first thought was a police officer. A student said she was standing and talking to the kid they blamed, while gunshots could be heard coming from the school. And drone footage shows men, dressed in protective gear, loading a duffel bag into a truck and driving away, just after the incident.

Las Vegas? Oklahoma City? 9/11? The list goes on and on.

I've gotten to the point where, when these incidents occur, I assume that it was a government-initiated conspiracy as my starting point, then I look for evidence that it might have been real.

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RosettaStone 1 point ago +1 / -0

Ahem, it seems to me it means that the vaccinated are putting the vaccinated at risk.

Also, the vaccinated are putting the unvaccinated at risk.

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RosettaStone 17 points ago +17 / -0

Wow. Your post is good evidence that there are anti-truth infiltrators on this site.

I don't mean you, of course, I'm referring to the eight people who downvoted you.

All you did was post a link to a scientific article about a magnetic form of carbon.

It's completely relevant to the discussion at hand. Plus, it's interesting.

I also note that the article is referring to graphene, which, according to some other researchers, is contained in at least some versions of the "vaccine," and is dangerous.

I can think of no rational reason for a Patriots.win supporter to downvote your post, even if they disagree with it. All you did was add factual information to help with the discussion.

The only reason I can see for someone to downvote you is if they have been given orders to hide references to graphene in the "vaccines."

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RosettaStone 2 points ago +2 / -0

ARE winning? No.

HAVE BEEN winning? Yes.

But we've seen them now. The cockroaches are out in the light, and their time is coming to an end.

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RosettaStone 2 points ago +2 / -0

It's the standard bait-and-switch.

They started with tolerance of differences.

Then they morphed it to tolerance of evil.

Tolerance can be good or bad -- it depends what you're tolerating.

They always try to use our virtues, such as our kindness, and our belief in the goodness of others, as a weapon against us. It's something people need to learn to guard against.

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RosettaStone 20 points ago +20 / -0

They did. The DOJ sent a threatening letter on May 5th.

Here is an article about it:

https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2021/05/interfere-see-big-problem-az-audit-director-ken-bennett-speaks-tgps-jordan-conradson-biden-doj-threatens-interfere-state-election-audit-video/

The letter came from the Civil Rights Division of the DOJ, and they claim jurisdiction on the grounds that the audit violates the civil rights of Arizona citizens, in particular, of minority citizens.

Their two dubious claims are:

  1. When the ballots were turned over to private auditors, the ballots left the custody of the state, thus violating the guarantee, to the citizens, to protect the integrity of the election.

  2. The audit somehow intimidates minority voters (that might be referring to the door-to-door verification of voter existence).

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RosettaStone 1 point ago +1 / -0

It started with a threatening letter from the DOJ on May 5th.

Here is an article about it:

https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2021/05/interfere-see-big-problem-az-audit-director-ken-bennett-speaks-tgps-jordan-conradson-biden-doj-threatens-interfere-state-election-audit-video/

The letter came from the Civil Rights Division of the DOJ, and they claim jurisdiction on the grounds that the audit violates the civil rights of Arizona citizens, in particular, of minority citizens.

Their two dubious claims are:

  1. When the ballots were turned over to private auditors, the ballots left the custody of the state, thus violating the guarantee, to the citizens, to protect the integrity of the election.

  2. The audit somehow intimidates minority voters (that might be referring to the door-to-door verification of voter existence).

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RosettaStone 3 points ago +3 / -0

The ideological purists around here are fucking annoying.

Of course, we don't know which of them are doing it honestly, and which are not.

Constantly pushing for ideological purity is a well known technique for infiltrating, and destroying a movement.

By constantly pushing for purity, you establish a reputation as someone who strongly believes in the movement -- you might even become a leader within the group.

Meanwhile, by attacking people for their lack of purity, you start fights within the group, eventually causing the movement to break into warring factions.

Fortunately, most of the people on this site are too smart, and too well-informed, to fall for it.

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RosettaStone 1 point ago +1 / -0

BTW, if anyone here has never seen The Prisoner, you really should.

In the series, McGoohan plays a British Spy who resigns, but then gets kidnapped and taken to a place called The Village, where he is held prisoner by people who want to know what he knows.

McGoohan's character is free to move around the village, but not to leave.

While at the village, in each episode, he is subjected to constant gaslighting, and illogical random behaviour, designed to break his will.

But the kicker is that everything that is done to McGoohan's character is analogous to what is done to us, by the propaganda in the real world.

The Prisoner was The Matrix, twenty years earlier.

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RosettaStone 2 points ago +2 / -0

I expected that response.

Your original point was that Tucker isn't talking about the election fraud.

And the fact is that Tucker IS talking about the fraud.

You called Tucker a "cuck." You didn't do that because he used the wrong county as his example.

But then you say, "Yeah, but it was a different county." That's weak!

You too u/Canuck4Trump2020

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RosettaStone 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yep. And that's why they are working hard to convince the public that the opposite is true, before the public sees the real truth for themselves.

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RosettaStone 2 points ago +2 / -0

If it is older stuff, and not from McAfee, then so be it.

But the fact that it came out before would not invalidate the content.

I wish I had inside information, but I don't -- people will just have to make up their own minds.

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RosettaStone 2 points ago +3 / -1

This image came from a video titled "Video from the McAfee Afterlife Deadman Drop":

https://patriots.win/p/12jccmbOJU/video-from-the-mcafee-afterlif/c/

I can't vouch for its authenticity, but the fact that a picture from the video has come out before does not invalidate it.

I also expect a flood of people, who have been paid, who are waiting to discredit any video that comes from McAfee (whether this is really one or not).

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RosettaStone 2 points ago +2 / -0

I just saw it appear new on Bitchute. I can't vouch for its authenticity, but I've found the Bitchute channel to be reliable in the past.

The title suggests that this is just a piece of it.

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RosettaStone 12 points ago +12 / -0

JOE BIDEN IS A PEDOPHILE... INFOWARS.COM!

Or perhaps... PATRIOTS.WIN!

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RosettaStone 26 points ago +26 / -0

For a Trump supporter, taking a selfie in the wrong place will get you locked up in solitary.

For a Democrat, mass murder, rape, pedophilia, taking bribes, selling US military secrets to a foreign government -- all no big deal.

BANANA REPUBLIC CORRUPTION!!!

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RosettaStone 6 points ago +6 / -0

As others have said, they (the Globalists, the CCP, etc.) want to gain power, by killing some of us, and making the rest of us sick and compliant.

But another question is why do they want to make sure that no large group of people escapes the vaccine, even if it's a country too small and poor to threaten them.

The answer to the second question is that if any identifiable group goes unvaccinated, and then later that same group is NOT suffering from similar death and illness rates as the vaccinated groups, then it will not be possible to blame the health issues on a natural disaster -- it will be obvious that the deaths and injuries were caused by the vaccine. At that point, even the complacent majority will want to go after those responsible with pitchforks raised.

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RosettaStone 1 point ago +1 / -0

Plus the attempted assassination of the President of Madagascar, which u/TheBritisher cited above.

Plus the answer to a reporter's question by the Premier of Ontario, Canada, who said that if he were to go against his Health Minister's directive, he might as well jump off a bridge. [Reported on by Amazing Polly.]

The officials who act in their people's best interest get killed, while others, who go against their voters' demands (thus hurting their own political careers) appear to be bought off or threatened (or evil, of course).

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RosettaStone 1 point ago +1 / -0

His nuttiness killed a lot less people than Fauci.

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