Reddit pulls a YouTube - /r/911truth quarantined as misinformation, government info added by d3rr in MeanwhileOnReddit

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Yea. Trust the govt. What a joke.

Rancid Reddit is an Orwellian Cesspool of Usual Suspects by dragonslayer in conspiracy

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I decided to pick a fight with the shills at Reddit at the the Abby Martin AMA:


The Empires Files is an excellent show. Your work embodies the true spirit of ethical journalism.

It really exposes the cruel reality of U.S. empire, and it’s allies. I doubt that most Americans would be surprised by your coverage of the actions of the U.S. government. However, I was blow away by your coverage of the reality in Israel. It is truly mind-blowing, and something that I haven’t seen anywhere else.
Empire Files: Israelis Speak Candidly to Abby Martin About Palestinians
Israel is clearly desperate to suppress your coverage. Have you had any unusual encounters, or interesting situations that didn’t make it into your reporting that you’d like to share?
  Do you think that the US concerns with your coverage was the primary factor for the attack against Telesur? Empire Files: Constituent Assembly Dictatorship or Democracy in Venezuela?

Alex Jones claims to have lost everything that he had on YouTube. Has YouTube indicated that it would take your reporting down?
Have you uploaded any of your reporting content to Dtube, or BitChute, or GitHub; as a backup?


Media Roots Rocks! Keep fighting the good fight! Respect!

"There’s a reason you separate military and the police. One fights the enemies of the state, the other serves and protects the people. When the military becomes both, then the enemies of the state tend to become the people." – Bill Adama by magnora7 in quotes

[–]Tom_Bombadil 6 insightful - 4 funny6 insightful - 3 funny7 insightful - 4 funny -  (0 children)

This is a myth. The police were originally formed to protect the property and power of wealthy men.

The goon squads of the late 19th century were formalized, and evolved into the police force. They still operate in much the same way. That's why black people get pulled over in nice neighborhood. Unarmed African Americans are shot in cold blood with no accountability.

A classic example of this is that video Magnora7 posted today of the police attack in France..

Notice how the cops always show up when peaceful protesters are tear gassed and beaten for demanding a better share of the economic pie. Agentt provacatuers, under cover agents, kettling, etc.

Some police are good people, but they chose a career as a glorified goon. Everything else they do is PR to make them appear to provide a public service.

That doesn't change the fact that they are Goons.

Don't let the PR fool you. The cops and the military have everything in common. One group steals. The other defends the stolen property.

Personal disclosure edit:. I'm a 3rd generation US Army veteran. My goon family had fought in WW2, Vietnam, and Iraq 2. I was raised in a goon family. Went to goon elementary, on a goon base.

I think I know something about being a goon.

Welcome to! by magnora7 in SaidIt

[–]Tom_Bombadil 6 insightful - 4 funny6 insightful - 3 funny7 insightful - 4 funny -  (0 children)

Eliminate PizzaGate?!

Pedogate is a global crisis (PizzaGate is D.C.). Everyone should have easy access to this information. I agree that it's hideous, but that's the point. The public needs to be aware of this ongoing disaster, and be able to recognize the signs.

The reason it's unpopular is all of the MSM flack. Please don't suppress information.

The Easter island statues have bodies by useless_aether in AlternativeHistory

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There are a number of additional interesting anomalies about the moai.

Interesting facts about the Moai statues.

All but 53 of the 887 moai statues known to date were carved from tuff (a compressed volcanic ash). There are also 13 moai carved from basalt, 22 from trachyte and 17 from fragile red scoria.

On the surface this isn't that interesting. The interested part is that there aren't any known basalt quarry's above sea level in Easter Island.

French diver Jacques Cousteau referred to a carved under water basalt quarry that he couldn't explain. (I couldn't find a link.) The implication being that the basalt Moai were carved from an ice age-era quarry when the sea level we're much lower, and thus the materials were accessable.

However, I did find s link to a different source that makes the same claim and more...

The Mysteries of Easter Island. Page 4:

Even on our preliminary reconnaissance trip Schoch found evidence that the earliest moai may have differed materially from the later moai. The earliest moai appear to have been more finely worked from harder basalts, compared to the volcanic tuffs of most moai, which date to later periods. The few surviving basalt moai have been found at deeper stratigraphic levels below other moai and the platforms upon which they were erected, or were reused in later structures—thus indicating the basalt moai are among the earliest on the island. Furthermore, at least one of the basalt moai (now housed in the museum on Easter Island) is of a very strange form; with an elongated head and well-defined breasts it is often considered a female while virtually all other moai are apparently males.
Another major puzzle, which is directly applicable to the chronology and dating of the moai, is the matter of where various moai were quarried. Quarries on the rim of the volcanic crater, where large moai were carved from the volcanic tuffs, are well exposed and still contain partially carved moai in place. We inspected these quarries carefully. However, the quarries where the few basalt moai were carved have never been definitively located, despite the small size of the island. Based on the geology of Easter Island, Schoch expects that any suitable basalt deposits would occur lower in the stratigraphic section, so low in fact that they might currently be under sea level off the coast of the island. That is, the basalt quarries might be under water. How could this be? It is difficult to conceive that the ancient Easter Islanders were quarrying rock below sea level. Alternatively, Schoch hypothesizes, the “lost basalt quarries” might be under sea level now because they are of extreme antiquity, and thus the basalt moai carved from them are extremely ancient. Sea levels have risen dramatically since the end of the last ice age, some ten thousand or more years ago, and if the basalt moai were quarried along the coast of Easter Island from areas since inundated by the sea, this could help to date the basalt moai, and is immediately suggestive that they are thousands of years older than conventionally believed to be the case.

Rongo rongo could be a global text or art form from iceage era civilizations.

Mnemonic pointed out that wikipedia is years behind on the Moai bodies, and that should have been easy as they have Moai with bodies in museums already.

Anyone care to guess how long it will be until mainstream archeology recognizes that human civilization likely goes back into the ice age??? 13,000 years, or more...

Or it could be bullshit. I doubt it, though. — January 9, 2018 — F-droid app release now available by magnora7 in SaidIt

[–]Tom_Bombadil 7 insightful - 1 funny7 insightful - 0 funny8 insightful - 1 funny -  (0 children)

I second this!

Why do people join the military? by magnora7 in Antiwar

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Vet here. Can confirm.

Who believes in conspiracies? New research offers a theory by The_In-Betweener in ConspiracyHeadlines

[–]Tom_Bombadil 7 insightful - 1 funny7 insightful - 0 funny8 insightful - 1 funny -  (0 children)

I think that these conducted to try to find ways to condition evidence theorists who are looking into conspiracy's and "reform" or "condition" these folks back into complacency.

It used to be easy to suppress evidence theorists before the internet, because they could be ignored. Now they are trying to understand them to better develop strategies.