Zero Hedge – by Tyler Durden
For years, actor and former child star Corey Feldman has been warning anybody who would listen that Hollywood is a place where adults have more inappropriate contact with children than probably anywhere else in the world.
So it’s unsurprising given the renewed focus on sexual assault and harassment brought about by the Harvey Weinstein scandal that Feldman’s accusations would receive renewed attention, considering he made the media rounds as recently as 2016 to talk about how a pedophile ring in Hollywood abused him and his friend, fellow actor Corey Haim – actions Feldman blames for Haim’s eventual death from a drug overdose. Continue reading “Corey Feldman Vows To Release Names Of 6 Powerful Hollywood Pedophiles”
Henry Makow – by LC Vincent
Hardly a month goes by when society is not subject to some psychological (or real) attack, whether it be false flag terror or white knuckle warmongering. These attacks are orchestrated by the Illuminati and trumpeted by their private house organ, the mainstream mass media.
A classic early example of these psy ops was the 1938 “War of the Worlds”broadcast which created “accidental” and “unfortunate” panic and hysteria throughout the United States. Listeners tuned in to what they thought was a real invasion by Martians. It was funded indirectly by the Rockefeller Foundation through the The Princeton Radio Project, and guided at every stage by members of the Council on Foreign Relations. Continue reading “Orson Welles’ “War of the Worlds”– Illuminati Psy Op?”
Defense News – by Tara Copp
JOINT BASE PEARL HARBOR-HICKAM, Hawaii — China has practiced bombing runs targeting the U.S. territory of Guam, one of a host of activities making U.S. forces here consider Beijing the most worrisome potential threat in the Pacific, even as North Korea pursues a nuclear warhead.
Beyond the well-publicized military build up on man-made islands in the South China Sea, China has built up its fleet of fighters to the extent that it operates a daily, aggressive campaign to contest airspace over the East China Sea, South China Sea and beyond, U.S. military officials in the region said. China has also taken several other non-military steps that are viewed as attempts to make it much more difficult for the U.S. to operate there and defend allies in the future.
Continue reading “China has practiced bombing runs targeting Guam, US says”
I wanted to give you an update on where my family is as we approach the two year anniversary of LaVoy’s death.
Although I don’t think my life will ever go back to ‘normal’ I am learning more about the day-to-day operation of the family ranch, fixing broken fences and rounding-up wandering cows.
And although I remain uncomfortable speaking in front of politicians and big groups I am determined to share my message with anyone who sincerely wants to listen. Continue reading “Finicum Family Update from Jeanette”
There’s a stereotype about the kind of civilian who patrols the US border, and Tim ‘Nailer’ Foley fits it. He’s a leathery, divorced, ex-military 58-year-old who lost everything in the 2008 economic crash, and he now stalks the Arizona border with a group of volunteers who feel the region isn’t as secure as ‘the media ‘ and ‘the government’ claim.
Foley worked in construction for most his life and knows his way around a firearm, but he’s about as cynical as a person can be – particularly when it comes to politicians, bureaucracy and the curtailment of cartels – while scouting some of the trickiest terrain on the line between the United States and Mexico. Continue reading “One man’s border patrol to stop illegal crossings, drugs”
Spain’s Constitutional Court has overturned Catalonia’s declaration of independence, announced by the region’s government on Friday, the court spokeswoman said.
The news came as deposed Catalan President Carles Puigdemont was giving a speech in Brussels, his first since Madrid filed charges against him and he fled to Belgium. Earlier the Spanish attorney general filed a lawsuit against the secessionist leaders over their push for independence.
Continue reading “Spain’s constitutional court cancels Catalonia declaration of independence”
WASHINGTON (AP) — White House chief of staff John Kelly says Confederate General Robert E. Lee was “an honorable man” and applying current thinking on social issues to figures in history is “very, very dangerous.”
Kelly also said in an interview with Fox News host Laura Ingraham that aired Monday night that the removal of monuments to the Confederacy shows “a lack of appreciation of history.” The retired Marine Corps general was responding to a question about a Virginia church’s decision to remove historical markers for Lee and George Washington. Continue reading “Trump chief of staff Kelly decries removal of monuments”
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — The University of Utah says an international student was killed in a fatal carjacking near the school late Monday, causing a campus-wide lockdown as police continue to search for the suspected gunman.
ChenWei Guo was killed, university spokesman Christopher Nelson said Tuesday morning. He was studying pre-computer science and was a peer adviser in the international Student and Scholar Services Office, President David W. Pershing said in a statement. Continue reading “University of Utah: Student from China killed in carjacking”
FULLERTON, Calif. (AP) — Right-wing firebrand Milo Yiannopoulos is scheduled to speak at a Southern California college campus on Halloween night and other student groups are planning a “unity” party demonstration to offset what they say is his hateful rhetoric.
About 800 people are expected to attend the speech at California State University, Fullerton, but it’s unclear how many might show up in opposition. Campus police are stepping up security for potentially dueling demonstrations. Masks and face paint are prohibited in a cordoned-off area around the event and only ticketholders can get in. Continue reading “Yiannopoulos on California campus, police gird for violence”
More than 200 people are feared to have died when a tunnel caved in at North Korea’s nuclear test site after its latest detonation, a Japanese news report said Tuesday.
A tunnel collapsed at Punggye-ri in early September, days after North Korea conducted its sixth and largest underground nuclear test on September 3, TV Asahi said, quoting unnamed North Korean sources. Continue reading “200 dead in tunnel accident at N.Korea nuclear test site”
Daily Mail- Mark Almond
Yesterday, the world was witness to a seminal event: the confirmation of China’s President Xi Jinping as all-powerful leader of the world’s most populous country.
On the final day of its Congress, the Communist Party elevated Xi to the same exalted status as the People’s Republic’s founding father, Chairman Mao, by writing his name and ideas into its constitution as ‘Xi Jinping Thought’. Continue reading “President Xi is ruthless in his determination to return China to greatness”
SHTF Plan – by Alex Thomas
As the public has finally began to realize the extent of the corruption surrounding Hillary Clinton, including the now infamous Russia Uranium One deal, the mainstream media has gone into hyper-drive to discredit and distract from documented facts and are now going as far as to float the idea that Trump may be committing a crime for simply investigation Clinton at all.
That’s right, in the sick world of the establishment media, Trump is committing a criminal act by even considering an investigation into shady Clinton dealings with the Russians. After all, she is above the law right? Continue reading “Mainstream Media Now Claiming That It Is A CRIME To Investigate Hillary Clinton’s Ties To Russia”
SINGAPORE, Oct 31 (Reuters) – China’s state oil major Sinopec is evaluating two projects in the United States that could boost Gulf Coast crude oil exports and also expand storage facilities in the Caribbean, two people familiar with the matter said on Tuesday, with U.S. President Donald Trump set to visit Beijing next week.
With U.S.-China energy trade likely to feature prominently during Trump’s visit, the people said one of the projects could see Sinopec partnering with U.S. commodities trader Freepoint Commodities LLC and U.S. private equity firm ArcLight Capital Partners LLC. Continue reading “China’s Sinopec mulls U.S. oil projects ahead of Trump’s visit – sources”
The North Star – by Adrian Avramescu
We know for sure that:
– Western countries have organized drug trafficking in the past;
– there is a strong drug industry existing;
– there are no individuals who have illicit assets comparable to the huge profits generated by the drug industry. Continue reading “The Dark State”
The Organic Prepper
If you know something is going to upset you, why would you deliberately put yourself in a situation in which you will be angered, saddened, or hurt? There’s no other answer except that you actually want to be offended.
Why would you go to George Washington’s church if you’re offended by George Washington? Why would you attend the university founded by Thomas Jefferson if you are offended by Thomas Jefferson? Continue reading “Welcome to the Offended States of America”
Lew Rockwell – by Laurence M. Vance
President Trump is in hot water for supposedly disrespecting the family of a slain U.S. soldier.
Earlier this month, four U.S. soldiers were killed in an ambush by Islamic extremists/militants/terrorists/bad guys in the African country of Niger during a joint patrol by American and Niger forces. At a press conference over a week later, a reporter asked the president: “Why haven’t we heard anything from you so far about the soldiers that were killed in Niger? And what do you have to say about that?” Continue reading “What U.S. Soldiers Actually Sign up For”