If they play this correctly, and I suspect they will, we’ll be told the “shooter” was “radicalized” by Internet “conspiracy theories” which will seal the deal on the new threat of “domestic terrorism” from “conspiracy theorists.” Anyway, the shooting was a fake drill, and a bad one at that. by Jesus in conspiracy

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Thank you for the documentary. I watched it a few weeks ago, and found it quite interesting. Some of it I agree with, some of it I disagree with.

Yes, that man filming himself screaming 'Alan' or whatever and supposedly claiming that it was for his family to be able to locate him is extremely suspicious. The hearings of a second bomb is also rather suspicious. The picture(s) and video(s) of the Manchester Arena bombing compared to what was supposedly being claimed are in conflict. I also agree that the woman who lied about bringing victims to some hotel (if I remember it correctly) and not facing any supposed consequences for it is suspicious, as well as the fact that just before the supposed bombings, some of the attendees were denied re-entry back into the Arena, suggesting foreknowledge. Furthermore, the lack of CCTV footage released is suspicious (as it is in all terror acts). If U.K. Critical Thinker is correct in stating that the photo of some man with no background was the only photo released purporting to prove that man is the bomber, then he is correct in being suspicious of that.

I don't believe U.K. Critical Thinker raises a valid point when comparing the times the witnesses gave in interviews to the Manchester Police's narrative. If I remember correctly from the clips in the documentary, there was no central clock in the arena, so to get the time, people would look at their own watches and phones, and different watches and phones display somewhat different times. As such it is not suspicious at all that the witnesses gave different times when interviewed, and it's not suspicious that they're different from the police times. In fact, I would find it very suspicious if they all gave the same time for the same event. Furthermore, with regards to the medical staff not being so panicked when seeing the supposedly horrible scene, I do not believe it raises much grounds for suspicion, as they are supposed to be able to handle seeing people in horrible states. Also, supposed victims smiling when being visited and interviewed can possibly be explained by the comfort they felt by other people consoling them. I don't think anyone without serious psychology and neuroscience knowledge would be able to correctly determine an emotion's cause.

By the way, this may just be me failing at basic research, but I'm having issues finding the Manchester Police's narrative/report on this bombing. I can only ever find the Kerslake Report on it. Would you mind sharing it with me please?

I disappeared a month ago, and I roll back to Saidit now by [deleted] in SaidIt

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Isn't Saidit hosted on a central server(s)? I don't recall anything about it even aiming to break off this model, although I don't follow Saidit's development. Something that is planning to be fully decentralised is Notabug, where people can make their own peers. Also, Nab is the uncensored version of Notabug.

2007: A CIA jet crashed in Mexico with tonnes of cocaine on board. Reported by multiple corporate media sources, including Reuters. The wikipedia page about this event survived for 6 days. by Robin in DownTheMemoryHole

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Including Reuters? Is Reuters somehow different to other corporate media sources?

Confusion With Ace Attorney Investigations 2 Case 3 (The Proof Of Mixing Normallium and Fatallium) by CompleteDoubterII in Gaming

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You're welcome.

Confusion With Ace Attorney Investigations 2 Case 3 (The Proof Of Mixing Normallium and Fatallium) by CompleteDoubterII in Gaming

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I might have actually downloaded the ROM from here, as that is in my bookmarks. Just to let you know.

A New, More Rigorous Study Confirms: The More You Use Facebook, the Worse You Feel by magnora7 in Psychology

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I'm curious about your job. What job requires going on Facebook in bed?

Confusion With Ace Attorney Investigations 2 Case 3 (The Proof Of Mixing Normallium and Fatallium) by CompleteDoubterII in Gaming

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Wait, you can play this game on the DS? How? I'd love to stop selling my soul to Microsoft to play this game (I'm aware that any of the DSes probably have some spyware, but it's probably less than a modern Windows 10 computer).

With regards to this suggestion, that makes sense. If somebody cares to, he/she could contact the translation team and ask them about it. I probably won't go that far.

Confusion With Ace Attorney Investigations 2 Case 3 (The Proof Of Mixing Normallium and Fatallium) by CompleteDoubterII in Gaming

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With regards to your solution, it doesn't make sense to me. From both high school chemistry and just a reasonable assumption, it would be fair to say that the state of the chemicals depends on the temperature of the room, and not anything else. While the liquid can thusly be explained away by assuming the gas heater was used around the liquid, making that region warmer and thus the chemical(s) went through condensation, becoming liquid, this is only under the assumption that Normallium and Fatallium were mixed. I still see no evidence for it. One minute after the 'proof', the game acknowledges it is not a real proof. But the game should somehow acknowledge the liquid, and somehow explain it away.

I feel it is bad writing to not acknowledge that in any way, and to ask the player to find a proof for something but then the desired answer isn't actually a proof, and not explain away a possible flaw in the system.

Confusion With Ace Attorney Investigations 2 Case 3 (The Proof Of Mixing Normallium and Fatallium) by CompleteDoubterII in Gaming

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The proof is here at 49 minutes and 20 seconds in.

If you want to play the game, download a Nintendo DS Emulator and download a ROM of the game. There's an emulator called DeSmuMe, which I use, and I downloaded a ROM. I myself do not remember where I downloaded it from, and the read-me file says it was downloaded from Nitroblog, but I cannot find it there. I believe I downloaded it from Cdromance due to the reported size of the download matching with my download's size.

What's your favorite anime, and why? by MrRubberDucky in Anime

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I'll say Death Note. Everything there was so wonderfully clever. It was what made me get into anime (and was my first anime after Pokémon). I've seen it five or six times now. Legend of the Galactic Heroes may be a competitor.

is there a way to post an image without joining Imgur? by FormosaOolong in SaidIt

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You're welcome.

Jeffrey Epstein told guards someone tried to kill him weeks before his death by magnora7 in news

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This is all based on an unnamed source's claims. Chris Spargo wrote the article, so someone can contact him or the Daily Mail for more clarification about the source. Until then, this claim is unsubstantiated. The Daily Mail is a sensationalist tabloid, and apparently outright fakes claims.

Requesting An Investigation Into The Supposed Movement of Epstein's Body by CompleteDoubterII in conspiracy

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New pictures have arrived via the Daily Mail. Of course, there's some sensationalism and unnamed sources. But now we know the type of car he was in: a white coroner's van.

"Jeffrey Epstein dead in apparent suicide" by NoOil in news

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I'm not saying to believe him.

The more I looked up Jack, the less reliable he seemed. I was just hoping someone could find something else, perhaps finding where Posobiec got his information. I mean, I guess we could contact the OANN, but divulging a zip code is too much for me. I'm having trouble finding his phone number as well. Guess I just wanted Epstein's motive to be hogwash as well.

is there a way to post an image without joining Imgur? by FormosaOolong in SaidIt

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Yes. Go to Imgur.com and press the 'New Post' button at the top of the page, then you will be able to post. See the circled and highlighted part in this picture: https://files.catbox.moe/z401r4.PNG. You can also upload to catbox.moe and anonfile.com by simply clicking the 'Upload' button they have.

Jeffrey Epstein suicide aftermath photos, leaked pics from the hospital by tejmar in Death

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How do you know they were 'leaked'? That would imply (or perhaps, by definition, mean) that they were classified and then let out by somebody who broke the rules. Perhaps they were never classified in the first place? As far as I know, the New York Post exclusive isn't calling this a leak.

"Jeffrey Epstein dead in apparent suicide" by NoOil in news

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With all the public attention to the case, I doubt they would do so. But it's possible he manages to bribe the jury or something to give him a good deal or find him innocent. Possible. I would at least try that, if I were him. Especially since only his properties are being forfeiture-d, I believe, but I am no expert in law. If indeed his money is forfeiture-d, (or he doesn't have enough money), it is unlikely the trial will be in his favour (unless the judge and/or jury are connected to him as well), so the only way to get a good deal would be to name others. If indeed the latter is the case (and the judge and/or jury aren't connected to him), or Epstein believed it would be the case, the only way he would think to get a good deal would be to give out names, which would put a target on him, and even if he legally got off, he would likely be in danger for the rest of his life. Wouldn't suicide be best if that is the case?

As for the means, I totally agree.

"Jeffrey Epstein dead in apparent suicide" by NoOil in news

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I agree with points one and three, but two? He was likely going to get the maximum sentence if his plea deals failed, which is 45 years (essentially, life for Epstein) according to the press conference by Geoffrey Berman, the U.S. attorney, and he had many people who wanted to kill him. It's not implausible that he genuinely wanted to die in order to avoid sentencing or getting tortured by very powerful people.

But I agree with points one and three, and believe his suicide is very implausible.

By the way, his lawyer apparently proposed a maximum 5 year sentence if he named individuals. If this is true, it renders the suicide case as extremely implausible (as he would have at least waited for the answer), but this is only a suggestion by the OANN. Can further investigation be done into it?

"Jeffrey Epstein dead in apparent suicide" by NoOil in news

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According to the New York Post, the paramedics attempted to revive him, THEN he was declared dead in the hospital:

The images show a drawn, ashen face with closed eyes, and EMTs using a breathing apparatus in an attempt to revive the multi-millionaire convicted pedophile.

Epstein was later declared dead at the hospital.

Blackout Strikes London As UK Power Grid "Experiences A Major Incident" by magnora7 in WorldNews

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21st Century Fox was recently acquired by The Walt Disney Company. Now only 5 companies control 95% of US media. Where does it end? by magnora7 in Collusion

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Why should I believe they are in it for the money?

Amazon most likely willingly sold Amazon Echoes for a loss, and Google, admitting it lost money by demonetizing conspiracy videos, still haven't re-monetized them. I think they're trying to control the flow of information, because most people still get their news from social media and YouTube. Imagine what they could do with a monopoly on information.

If I don't pay my taxes properly, I can go to jail. The pentagon however... by magnora7 in Antiwar

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He never claims it is $21 trillion in spending. The tweet states: 'There are $21 trillion of unaccounted-for adjustments on the books', which is what the fact check by the New York Times states.

[REPOST] The Mountain of Evidence for a Massive International Pedophile Ring Protected by Police and Intelligence Agencies by CompleteDoubterII in pedogate

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I've used the Pastebin link, as Reddit may remove this post from its servers.

What's your all-time favourite manga? by Vulphere in Manga

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For me, Liar Game. The strategies thought up there were beautiful.

If they play this correctly, and I suspect they will, we’ll be told the “shooter” was “radicalized” by Internet “conspiracy theories” which will seal the deal on the new threat of “domestic terrorism” from “conspiracy theorists.” Anyway, the shooting was a fake drill, and a bad one at that. by Jesus in conspiracy

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You had a Metabunk account? What was your username? I'd like to look through some of your postings there.

Can you provide any evidence of them banning people for posting things they can't debunk? In any case, even if Metabunk is a shill site, consider all pieces of information, even if it does come from a highly biased shill. And of course, Metabunk is not the be-all-and-end-all of investigation. (They actually believed Assad gassed his own people.)

I'm not into investigating mass shootings, but I might watch it later on.

If they play this correctly, and I suspect they will, we’ll be told the “shooter” was “radicalized” by Internet “conspiracy theories” which will seal the deal on the new threat of “domestic terrorism” from “conspiracy theorists.” Anyway, the shooting was a fake drill, and a bad one at that. by Jesus in conspiracy

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Here we go again. I don't follow mass shootings, but prepare for weird coincidences and FBI connections. (Is it possible that instead of never happening, mass shootings were false flags helped along or perpetrated by the authorities? Not that I'm going to investigate this, but it's an idea I've never seen considered, only the official story must be correct or the thing is a hoax.)

To avoid misinformation, check out the thread on Metabunk dedicated to this shooting.

Hello. Who is your favorite? by Lambdadelta in DDLC

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Yuri is my favourite. She's so refined, polite, shy and cute.

Epstein's criminal island? Is A Place Where You Can “Hang Out, Order Pizza And Have It Delivered Via Boat” by BillionDollarEgg3 in whatever

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I think this strengthens the argument that 'pizza' is code language used by child sex traders, which is what I heard the Pizzagaters have been saying. Not that I'm that well researched on Pizzagate though. I only heard of it via Ben Swann's reality check on it.

Why so many massive drug seizures all of a sudden? by Robin in AskSaidIt

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Is it possible these are coincidences?

Can someone who has studied the drug trade in detail provide their view?

Downloaded Qubes ISO, Got a .part File by CompleteDoubterII in privacy

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I saved the ISO into the USB.

Using the instructions here (https://www.wikihow.com/Make-a-USB-Bootable) for Windows (method 1), I made the USBs with both ISOs bootable. When I tried booting from either, I got the message: 'An operating system wasn't found. Try disconnecting any devices that don't contain an operating system.' Even though only the USB was connected, and it did have the ISO of an operating system. Please help. (I'll be on vacation for a week, so don't expect any replies in the next week.)

Big Oil by CompleteDoubterII in CorbettCommenters

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This thread is about the quote 'Well, that's the problem, isn't it?' that the Why Big Oil documentary claims was said by John Rockefeller III. That's the quote I'm talking about. The book this thread is about is 'The Rockefellers, An American Dynasty'. That's the book I'm talking about.

The book is already available on archive.org, but you have to have an account to borrow it, and to download it you must also download some other software. You don't have to post it on archive.org. It's already there.

It has to be for free because most people would be unwilling to pay to verify a quote. If this documentary is for waking people up, people shouldn't have to pay or go through a very long process to fact-check one quote. If a normal unaware person were to go through this documentary, only to end up in that situation, they would most likely be unwilling to go through so many obstacles or pay, and give up on it. So by having the current situation, I believe it restricts the documentary's power to reach people and wake them up.

Good Debunking Sites To Use by CompleteDoubterII in Debunking

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Thank you.

Good Debunking Sites To Use by CompleteDoubterII in Debunking

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I tried that several times, and just did it again. It didn't work.

Good Debunking Sites To Use by CompleteDoubterII in Debunking

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Please help me format this. Shouldn't I have bullet points by now?

Big Oil by CompleteDoubterII in CorbettCommenters

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With regards to where it should be re-posted, perhaps you have an idea? If you verified this quote yourself, you should have been able to find the book online for free. I doubt you were willing to pay or make an archive.org account to do so. Perhaps you can post where you put this?

You're guessing you have an archive.org account? An archive.org account requires a username and a password. If you can fill those in and login successfully, you have an account. If you cannot, you don't have an account. I don't really see how you can 'guess' whether or not you have an account.

Downloaded Qubes ISO, Got a .part File by CompleteDoubterII in privacy

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Welp, disabled secure boot and enabled legacy boot. I tried both Qubes and Linux Mint but neither worked. When I tried to boot an alternate OS, I got presented with several options, 3 of which are important: under 'Legacy Devices', I could boot from the USB, or from the 'UEFI' I could boot Qubes or Linux Mint.

Booting Linux Mint:

   choosing USB under 'Legacy Devices' when the USB with the Linux Mint ISO was plugged in: I got the message 'No operating system exists on this device.' I have the Linux Mint x64 Cinnamon ISO on there.

    choosing Linux Mint under 'UEFI': I got the message 'Selected boot device failed. Press any key to reboot the system.'

Booting Qubes:

    choosing USB under 'Legacy Options' when the USB with the Qubes ISO was in there (and to be fair, this was one that I changed from a .iso.crdownload file to a .iso file [I tried to download it from a Chromium based browser after getting .part from Pale Moon, and got .crdownload (which also signifies only part was downloaded)]): I got the message 'Selected boot device failed. Press any key to reboot the system.'

    choosing Qubes under 'UEFI': I get the message 'Selected boot device failed. Press any key to reboot the system.'

Downloaded Qubes ISO, Got a .part File by CompleteDoubterII in privacy

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I just realised something: I downloaded the Linux Mint ISO in a rage. It failed the integrity check, but it's more likely to have Memtest86 on it.

  1. Will it be safe to boot into Memtest86 on that Linux Mint ISO?
  2. Will Memtest86's results be accurate?

Scientists Find "Man-made Climate Change Doesn't Exist In Practice" by d3rr in environment

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For those of you still following this, SkepticalScience has a debunk (or rather links to a debunking) of this: https://skepticalscience.com/2019-SkS-Weekly-Digest_28.html.

But I'm not following this story in particular. If I want to make up my mind on climate change (but given all the other environmental problems with our current way of life, I see no reason to do so, it is clear transition is required), I'll start with the greenhouse effect.

Big Oil by CompleteDoubterII in CorbettCommenters

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I don't think you can upload to archive.org without an account, except for the web archive, so I guess you're right.

As for where it should be re-posted, I'm not too sure. I did produce a video of me verifying the claim for myself. Perhaps he can cite that? I assume he found the book online for himself, so he can make a video of that. If he actually has the book himself, he could make a video of him pointing to the quote in the book, and cite that instead.

Big Oil by CompleteDoubterII in CorbettCommenters

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Hi, could you ask James to add a better citation for the quote, 'well, that's the problem, isn't it?'. He cites The Green Capitalists, which cites 'The Rockefellers, An American Dynasty', which is a hard book to find online for free, and I doubt people would be willing to pay, learn piracy, or make an archive.org account to view it (one needs an archive.org account in order to read the book).

Would you also mind asking him to provide a citation for the 1934 letter JDR3 supposedly sent?

Downloaded Qubes ISO, Got a .part File by CompleteDoubterII in privacy

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When I try to disable Secure Boot, I get a warning saying that my operating system may not be able to boot or may require a reinstall with this disabled. Will Windows 10 be unable to boot without it enabled? My research into Secure Boot simply says it disables booting of external hardware, and doesn't actually answer the question. My computer is a Dell one, so I doubt that warning is there for no reason. I cannot risk losing Windows 10 yet, as if I do, I will have no operating system I am able to boot on my computer, meaning I will probably lose the computer.

So, can Windows 10 boot with Secure Boot disabled?

Snopes said it was false. My research is complete. by JasonCarswell in memes

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Avoiding Snopes to avoid your beliefs being challenged is also confirmation bias. Although I'm pretty sure it is a peddler for the official story, and is mostly wrong, still consider what it says.

A Discussion on Decentralization by CompleteDoubterII in DecentralizeAllThings

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Pretty much everything, except taxation, I guess.

Muh Jet Fuel ~ Ryan Dawson by JasonCarswell in 911truth

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Didn't the Plasco building in the Tehran fire collapse into its own footprint? https://www.invidio.us/watch?v=_MgJTa7SDaY

Muh Jet Fuel ~ Ryan Dawson by JasonCarswell in 911truth

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The circumstances of 9/11 were pretty extraordinary. It seems like updating the codes in order to account for being hit by a plane would be rather odd.

Look, I'm kind of new to the 9/11 truth movement; there's definitely some nonsense with the official story (the declassified Dancing Israelis were my red pill), but I've been looking at both sides and it seems to be debunked. I'll throw you here: http://www.internationalskeptics.com/forums/forumindex.php, https://www.metabunk.org/, https://www.911myths.com. I think you know where to get the truther side of the story.

The Truth About Iran’s Nuclear Program : The Corbett Report by JasonCarswell in CorbettCommenters

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Oh. And I think a lot of young people have lost faith in the electoral process, or at least I've heard that. You may have a point, but surely everyone knows the government lied about Iraq?

Big Oil by CompleteDoubterII in CorbettCommenters

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Oh, I'm stuck on verifying the letter that JDR3 supposedly sent in 1934. Can anyone help me?

The Truth About Iran’s Nuclear Program : The Corbett Report by JasonCarswell in CorbettCommenters

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I don't think there are that many of those people. I think that's the minority.

A Discussion on Decentralization by CompleteDoubterII in DecentralizeAllThings

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Decentralizing food production is relatively easy: for a street or whatever, someone can produce food. As things collapse and people (hopefully) realize the government won't provide for them, they will do this themselves.

To me, energy is the problem. What should we do? Not everyone can put solar panels on their houses, or can afford it. We can't rely on government electricity. My idea, so far, is that we put solar panels in the sunniest places available on the streets and share the power between buildings. But I don't know much science, and how to do anything like this. Can someone please respond?

The Truth About Iran’s Nuclear Program : The Corbett Report by JasonCarswell in CorbettCommenters

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Hardly any, I would imagine. Have you seen the comments on the U.S. Navy's YouTube video which they claim proves Iranian involvement? The comments all greatly disagree. https://invidio.us/watch?v=WFcjzKAcC-c, https://invidio.us/watch?v=t5rZeMqvZ9g.

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Thanks a lot!

The Truth About Iran’s Nuclear Program : The Corbett Report by JasonCarswell in CorbettCommenters

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War lies are obvious war lies.

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Okay, thank you. Perhaps also tell them about the notabug topic as well? (https://notabug.io/t/corbettreport)

Big Oil by CompleteDoubterII in CorbettCommenters

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For those of you stuck on fact-checking the first quote of Why Big Oil Conquered the World ('Well, that's the problem, isn't it?'), I've got the proof here. I believe I establish the fact that 'The Rockefellers, An American Dynasty' does report exactly what 'The Green Capitalists' states is says (although a bit later on, on a page between 290-299 rather than 289), and that they were indeed given access to the Rockefeller Archives via a mainstream source, The New York Times (which is important, because conspiracy sites can make up whatever they want, whereas mainstream sources often accurately report on what people actually say, at least in my experience), and indeed told the truth.

Why am I uploading this? The book is hard to find online for free, and I am not too sure if people would be willing to pay to fact check one quote, or make an archive.org account to fact check one quote, or join thepiratebay. (I, myself, am not too happy with archive.org's privacy policy.)

Proof that 'The Green Capitalists' was correct about what 'The Rockefellers, An American Dynasty' said: https://files.catbox.moe/3cyukt.avi

Reasonable proof that the authors of 'The Rockefellers, An American Dynasty' actually had access to the Rockefeller Archives and reported factually: http://archive.is/PCmTg, https://www.nytimes.com/1976/04/05/archives/books-of-the-times-neither-saints-nor-demons.html.

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Thank you.

About This Sub by CompleteDoubterII in CorbettCommenters

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I will take you up on your offer.

About that e-mail response, I actually did get one. Unfortunately, I was silly in the e-mail and failed to notice that my search actually did give the quote: 'Well, that's the problem, isn't it?' in the book (https://anonfile.com/BbP7gaw1n0/Rockefellers_An_American_Dynasty_Quote_Search_Result_PNG), which gave him a bad impression of me ('If you are unable to even research a simple quote like this, I do not hold high hopes for your ability to fact check claims in general.'). Oh well. He did not respond to the suggestion of my spaces.

A: This is a sub to post ALL of the Corbett Report's works, including articles, podcasts and so on, not just videos.

Big Oil by CompleteDoubterII in CorbettCommenters

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I have posted a link to the Big Oil documentary, as I think it forms The Corbett Report's view of the world's most important problems and its fundamental view of the world.