Comment: yup,

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like the O.G. CIA and other former patriots who worked in the intel community always say: Even the Pravda told actual truth; you just had to read page B3, D30, then the rear cover!


Yup, among the omissions lies the truth; it's like you have go to non-US media to hear the truth about America, and you go to US MSM & 'alt'-MSM about other nations, and somewhere between spins and omissions you kinda piece together what's REALLY going on in the world!

One constant: any press in any given nation loves hatin' on other countries, and/or anyone not them.


Hey, that's what CIA/NSA/FBI/DoD does with their Echeolon program (well...pre-Snowden revelation, at least it was understood that 'legally' each nation is forbidden from illegally spying on their respective citizenry so the NSA would spy on UK and UK on Canada, Canada on New Zealand, Australia on New Zealand, etc. etc. etc.); high time the citizenry started utilizing the same 'cross-intel,' too.D

Well, actually I think it was Ray McGovern or Robert Steele who said that about 88% of intel that CIA analyzed came from open source, 'public' and mainstream press!

Seriously, can telling the truth ever become an everlasting fad, like jeggings and hipster beard and nerd glasses and latte, for the gullible trendies & yuppies and the sheeple?

Hipster or Hasidic?

That, will be when the world may change on a dime.

Any takers?

I'll bet you for a wee cup of a ginormous 30lbs tamper pressed dark dark double super double French-roasted latte...with those cute little latte art to top it all off!


Predictions in due Time...

"Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it's realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy." - Dr. Ronald Ernest Paul