Wednesday - Nov 14, 2018

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  • U.S. deported 2 million Mexicans in 1930 claiming they were taking jobs

    U.S. deported 2 million Mexicans in 1930 claiming they were taking jobs

    Then needed them back in WWII by KJ MCelrath The Ring of Fire Network 2015 Donald Trump seems to be enjoying some success at the moment by pandering to America’s lower-order primates with all his “tough talk” about deporting residents of Latino ancestry, regardless of citizenship or residency status. Well – news flash, Donny boy…America

  • The future of Balboa Reservoir: Say no to privatizing private lands

    The future of Balboa Reservoir: Say no to privatizing private lands

    by Peter Cohen and Fernando Martí The future of a huge swath of The City is currently up for grabs, and with it, the future of San Francisco’s approach to affordable housing. The Public Utilities Commission parking lot next to the City College of San Francisco’s campus on Ocean Avenue may not seem exciting, but

  • The individual and the covert op; nine notes that clarify freedom

    The individual and the covert op; nine notes that clarify freedom

    by Jon Rappoport “The mind has no obligation to be a container.” (The Underground, Jon Rappoport) ONE: The elite men who manipulate the masses do stand outside The Collective, but they’re not free. Their only power comes from diminishing the power of others. They don’t know any other kind of power. The idea that, within

  • 16 AGs begin inquisition against ‘climate change disbelievers’

    16 AGs begin inquisition against ‘climate change disbelievers’

    by Hans von Spakovsky Beginning in 1478, the Spanish Inquisition systematically silenced any citizen who held views that did not align with the king’s. Using the powerful arm of the government, the grand inquisitor, Tomas de Torquemada, and his henchmen sought out all those who held religious, scientific, or moral views that conflicted with the

  • The entire global economy now hinges on one thing

    The entire global economy now hinges on one thing

    by James Corbett TheInternationalForecaster.com As I write these words we are now only hours away from The Most Important Event Ever to Happen in the History of the Global Economy. Investors are bracing themselves. Markets are anticipating. Journalists are spilling Olympic sized swimming pools of ink on writing headline after headline after headline after headline

  • Brussels attacks: the next step: bye bye Europa

    Brussels attacks: the next step: bye bye Europa

    by Jon Rappoport Hours after Donald Trump suggested the US should downsizeits role in NATO, bombs went off in Brussels. In the wake of the attacks, the Globalist party line is shaping up: Downsize? Absolutely not. NATO must respond. Led by the US, it must, wait for it, invade Syria, an ISIS stronghold. With ground

  • She had an abortion at 15, how it changed her life

    She had an abortion at 15, how it changed her life

    by Kelsey Harkness Nona Ellington was 15 years old when she found out she was pregnant. A victim of rape, Ellington felt alone, ashamed, and desperate for help. After a free pregnancy test came back positive, showing that Ellington was five weeks pregnant, she went forward and scheduled an abortion. Around October 1983, Ellington, who

  • Trump: why the elite media were completely wrong about his chances

    Trump: why the elite media were completely wrong about his chances

    Trump: why the elite media were completely wrong about his chances by Jon Rappoport Because they live in a bubble of their own making. That’s why. And in that bubble, everything about America is manageable. Things can get worse, but then they get better. Money is tight, then it’s loose. Employment figures drop, then they

  • House Democrats call on house Republicans to begin negotiations on Puerto Rico

    House Democrats call on house Republicans to begin negotiations on Puerto Rico

    by Rep. Raúl M. Grijalba Washington, D.C. – The House Natural Resources Committee is holding its third hearing on Puerto Rico’s financial and economic crisis tomorrow. A representative from the U.S. Treasury Department will testify and present the Obama Administration’s assessment of the Commonwealth’s debt crisis. Democrats are calling for the Committee to begin bipartisan negotiations