Two things that don't get talked about enough in the media: 1) South Korea had 2M+ person protests lasting 6 months to oust their President after she got caught involved in occult activity and corruption. 2) Iceland had protests in 2009 after the banking crisis that resulted in a new constitution. by magnora7 in ShowerThoughts

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I think one of the reasons for Russiagate was to distract people with good intentions, to guide the narrative away from Lybia and certainly the DNC's corrupt way of appointing Hillary over Sanders.

I was aware of the South Korean political scandal, but was under the impression it was mainly due to corruption and had not heard of an occult link.

The father Choi Tae-min:

was the leader of a South Korean cult combining elements of Buddhism, Christianity, and traditional Korean Shamanism[1]. Choi, originally a Buddhist monk, then a convert to Roman Catholicism, was married six times. He was the mentor of the impeached South Korean president, Park Geun-hye (the daughter of former president Park Chung-hee), until his death in 1994. He allegedly used his relationship with Park to solicit bribes from government officials and businessmen.

Icelanders refused to bail out their banks and jailed some of the CEO behind the failure. Their economy took a big hit, but GDP doubled since 2011

The US should have never bailed out the banks. When you fail in capitalistic business you're not supposed to get bailed out by the tax payers only to then give yourself huge bonuses.

Much of the fake main stream news is about narrative control so that the people in high places don't have the "problems" like South Korea and Iceland.

CONFIRMED: Chemical Weapons Assessment Contradicting Official Syria Narrative Is Authentic by fred_red_beans in Syria

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Not surprising, but certainly telling.

What's wrong with reddit? by KanyeWest in AskSaidIt

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r/all may have been fixed, but it sure looks like blah blah blah nothing...

Report Finds US Sanctions on Venezuela Are Responsible for Tens of Thousands of Deaths | Press Releases by fred_red_beans in Venezuela

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No, the US is blocking the purchase of oil from PDVSA. Chavez (Maduro's predecessor) steered the Venezuela economy towards heavy reliance on oil exports. With the US blocking oil exports, Venezuela has a hard time paying for and importing things not made in Venezuela like medicines.

Report: US Sanctions Have Cost 40,000 Venezuelan Lives

Based on a number of different studies, the report estimates that sanctions were responsible for 40,000 deaths in 2017-2018, and that there are a further 300,000 people at risk due to lack of access to medicines. This includes “80,000 HIV patients who have not had antiretroviral treatment since 2017, 16,000 people who need dialysis, 16,000 people with cancer, and 4 million with diabetes and hypertension.”

Report Finds US Sanctions on Venezuela Are Responsible for Tens of Thousands of Deaths | Press Releases by fred_red_beans in Venezuela

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So why don't you make some posts that have and back up that information? I'd be interested in seeing it.

Get rid of dropdown menus? by d3rr in IdeasForSaidIt

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I think it sounds good, easier to see the options there without having to click in the first place.

US-backed opposition leader admits Venezuela ‘is not a dictatorship’ and only foreign intervention can topple Maduro by fred_red_beans in Venezuela

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Machado conceded that the US-led coup attempt that she has helped to lead for nearly four months has failed. The only hope, she argued, is a foreign military intervention.

THE TRUTH ABOUT MONEY - David Icke | London Real by salvia_d in conspiracy

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Currency is a surrogate for trust between (many) individuals.

Oh deery me! The poor deer is no longer around to see this post (1958) by HorseMeat in pics

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Q: What do you call a deer with no eyes?

A: No-eye-deer!

The Brave browser basics – what it does, how it differs from rivals by fred_red_beans in Internet

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What sets Brave apart is its aggressive anti-ad attitude. The browser was built to strip online ads from websites and its maker's business model relies not only on ad blocking, but on replacing the scratched-out ads with advertisements from its own network.

Brave also eliminates all ad trackers

Brave loads pages twice as fast as Chrome and Firefox

Brave will scrub sites of ads and ad tracking, then replace those ads with its own advertisement, which will not be individually targeted but instead aimed at an anonymous aggregate of the browser's user base.

The foundation of the Brave economy will be "Basic Attention Tokens" or BATs, which have a value derived from a cyber-currency. Those tokens will be awarded based on user attention, or more plainly, time spent viewing ads and content. Brave users who agree to receive ads will be rewarded with BATs; the tokens can be passed to publishers as support for their sites.

BATs is an opt-in system.