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TIDBITS: THIS WEEK’S HONORABLE MENTIONS

Wow folks! This was another one of those weeks that there were so many good articles to blog about that it was difficult to decide which to do, so here's a veritable swarm of this week's "honorable" mentions, and big thanks to all of you who shared these:

Democrats Introduce Bill To ‘Euthanize Seniors’ To Save Social Security

Why I’m turning my son into a cyborg

Gee, after FASB56, surprise surprise:

Foreigners Dump US Treasurys, Liquidate A Record $216 Billion In US Stocks In 13 Consecutive Months

H. R. 1837 Bill Text

Banking reg problems in Australia:

'Change is necessary' at APRA, but is the bank regulator getting the message?

Did the U.S. Army help spread Morgellons and other diseases?

Fiscal health by states:

Fiscal health by states

Now, people know that I have massive problems with the theological system of St. Augustine, and all the implications it's had throughout western history, but this!?!?

Facebook bans St Augustine as Hate Speech

Microsoft Office 365: Banned in German schools over privacy fears

Pentagon Ordered to Tell Congress If It Weaponized Ticks And Released Them Into the Public

And gee, what a surprise:

Historians Confirm Karl Marx Was Employed By The Rothschilds

I have but four words for this, the last one being "anathema":

Demonic: Christian & Jewish clergy ‘bless’ abortion clinic in name of ‘god’

Macron announces French space force de frappe:

Macron announces creation of French space force

Goodbye Dental Implants, Dentist Grows New Teeth in Just 9 Weeks

US scientist was suffocated in Greece, body found covered with burlap in Nazi-era bunker

30 thoughts on “TIDBITS: THIS WEEK’S HONORABLE MENTIONS”

  1. Robert Barricklow

    US judge cuts Monsanto’s cancer victim$ from $2 billion to…
    your 86’d million.
    Go figure?
    Well, of course, they’re just getting started.
    And the cuts to victim$ award$?
    Just keep on coming…

  2. The labs on Plum Island had serious safety violations and ordered shut down. Holes in the roof, shoddy vent work, animal waste disposal problems and some experiments being performed outside the lab. Nearby area’s had animals and humans coming down with the exact disease the labs were researching. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=RAB7Xd9eL8o

    The CDC created a vaccine for Lyme disease but discontinued because many people were getting sick. But now they won’t include two of the markets in blood tests for Lyme disease that were used in their vaccine; making it harder for people to test for the disease. https://elainaslymediseasestory.blogspot.com/2008/10/my-igenex-western-blot-test-results.html

  3. I did not know this (or had not put it together consciously) :
    https://arstechnica.com/science/2019/07/half-a-century-after-apollo-why-havent-we-been-back-to-the-moon/?comments=1&post=37679611#comment-37679611
    “It should be pointed out that Saturn V was not in any danger from Congress. By that time the gravy train was running quite nicely and Apollo had very good congressional support. Apollo was actually shut down by George Shultz, Bob Mayo and H.R. Haldeman, without Nixon’s knowledge, in a move later deemed unconstitutional by the Supreme Court, although by then it was too late.

    Shultz, Mayo and Haldeman issued directives in Nixon’s name to use the funding allocated by Congress for the Apollo program, the Space Nuclear Propulsion Office (SNPO), and the NERVA program to instead shut down and destroy the tooling for all three programs. The U.S. Senate sent a bipartisan letter to Nixon detailing its support and asking him to leave the programs alone. Nixon didn’t see the letter until long afterward; Haldeman had sent form letters back to the Senators thanking them for contacting the White House, the same letters used for anyone else in the public.

    Congress sued, Nixon stepped down, and the Supreme Court ruled in Congress’ favor early in the Ford Administration. By that time Apollo and NERVA were both irrevocably dismantled, but it’s generally been acknowledged until the current presidency that when Congress allocates money for something, the Administration can’t use it for something else.

    Nixon did later find out about the cancellation after Congress defunded his Supersonic Transport program in retaliation. After Haldeman explained what had taken place, Nixon shrugged and called it ‘spilled milk’.”

  4. It doesn’t take much to note what parts of this quotation were probably flagged by algorithms as [misandrist] in nature. There are several phrases that could be taken as being denigrating in tone – actually, quite a few. One would guess that that was what happened. A penalty for political correctness in modernity taken out of context and most definitely out of time.

    1. Wow Robert. Now I feel confused about my confusion. From all indications, Trump works for the most powerful most villainized mafia/religion on the planet going back generations. At the same time it does seem like he’s flipping the script on the mafia run by Dulles/Bush/Clinton clan. From all indications they were owned by Rottenchildren. I thought Trump’s mafia was owned by Rottenchildren. What exactly is going on? Is this confusion part of the play ?

  5. Question by Mr. Cyborg: “What happens when we all want to become superhuman?”
    Answer: A cosmic war.

  6. www rt com/usa/464293-congress-investigate-pentagon-weaponize-ticks/
    look out kansas – a related tidbit to the spread of morgellons
    www bit chute com/video/AyOhrS7oHom3/
    THE OFFICIALLY IGNORED LINK BETWEEN LYME DISEASE AND PLUM ISLAND

  7. A tidbit I just ran across:
    https://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2019/07/the-supreme-court-loses-its-cryptographer/
    “John Paul Stevens was born in 1920 to a wealthy Chicago family. Stevens attended the University of Chicago, graduating in 1941. On December 6 – the day before the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor – Stevens enrolled in the Navy’s correspondence course on cryptography. Stevens spent the war in a Navy bunker in Hawaii, doing traffic analysis in an effort to determine the location of Japanese ships. He was an English major, not a mathematician, but he proved to have a knack for cryptographic work. … President Richard Nixon, who appointed him to a federal appeals court in 1970. Five years later, President Ford named Stevens as his first and only Supreme Court nominee.

    Early in his tenure, Stevens was regularly described as a centrist – a ‘wild card’ whose votes rarely fell along ideological lines. But as the court became increasingly conservative, Justice Stevens drifted to the left. By the late 1990s, hardly anyone was describing him as a centrist. Instead, he was being described as the leader of the court’s ‘liberal wing’; his seniority meant that he got to decide who would write the opinion for his side when he found himself opposite the chief justice, which was often.”

    So in his early years, he was literally a “spook.” Can anyone imagine he was not ‘approached’ during those years? And then, after a maturing period, he was on the Supreme Court. It also sounds like he was the ‘swing voter’ when necessary. Convenient. (I have not researched him, so I do not know how good or bad a man he was. Just throwing this tidbit in for Gizar examination.)

  8. I believe the one about euthanizing seniors is a piece of satire. Ginny Talia is an australian comedienne. That link says satire at the top of the page.

    1. THANK YOU MARRE!!! It took about five hours on my forum, and about eight before anyone caught it here… pardon the little experiment, but I wanted to test an ad hoc hypothesis with an ad hoc experiment. Again, thank you.

        1. Robert Barricklow

          ZDB
          Outstanding!
          Throw in 50 cents and get a Pepsi mix in;
          the family feed trough!
          Loved It!
          Perfectly fits in perfectly w/the
          market gestapo’s zeitgeist!

      1. Lol! Glad I could help! This is one of those that wouldn’t surprise me if true, so I had to ‘dive’ into it.

  9. Robert Barricklow

    The Weaponized tip/tick of a cold intent ice-berg.

    As for the Karl Marx/Rothchild connection?
    Both were/are missing the real wealth economical solution:
    a living earth economy.

    Bless an abortion clinic… ?
    Foghorn Leghorn/
    I say, I say, I say this just DON”T ADD-UP!!!

  10. Robert Barricklow

    Microsoft banned in German schools.
    How about banning it in all schools; including the U.S. of A?

  11. Robert Barricklow

    The Facebook story & the U.S. Army biological experiments[on silly villains/civilians] go hand in hand.

    The U.S. Army has been experimenting on citizens, soldiers, and probably anything moving[dead and/or alive].
    Facebook’s first full-scale[Washington/CIA-guided] color revolution was in Egypt in April 2006.
    Both Facebook & the U.S. Army’s use of cannon fodder should be a given to all informed citizens[political prisoners].

  12. Robert Barricklow

    APRA
    “Anyone who believes exponential growth can go on forever in a finite world is either a madman or an economist.”
    -attributed to American economist Kenneth E. Boulding

  13. Robert Barricklow

    Foreigners Dump U.S. Treasuries… ?
    FASB 56 ensures this response.

    H.R. 1837
    The Host & the parasite bill?

  14. Robert Barricklow

    Turning child into cyborg…. ?

    Have to admit I didn’t get too many sentences into this before I hit the eject button and bailed out of cyborg city.
    The so-called mother; a proud retired CIA cyborg herself.

  15. Robert Barricklow

    To save social security…. ?

    There is so much in this article that is emblematic of current Orwellian/Huxley journalism.
    There’s that wannabe “evolved” senatorial socialized insect so-called representative.
    There’s the she said/he said: OFF W/THEIR HEADS[remove them from office].
    And more…

  16. Detroit Dirt Bikes

    Facebook bans St Augustine as Hate Speech. Here is the quote that was banned:

    “Let us never assume that if we live good lives we will be without sin; our lives should be praised only when we continue to beg for pardon. But men are hopeless creatures, and the less they concentrate on their own sins, the more interested they become in the sins of others. They seek to criticize, not to correct. Unable to excuse themselves, they are ready to accuse others.”

    This is precisely the fatal flaw in all of us that opens us up to ‘Divide and Rule’ and, by extension, ‘Divide and Conquer’.

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