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Another Slice of Pizzagate

Just your ordinary family pizzeria owner James Alefantis (right) of Comet Ping Pong

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Any discussion of the plausibility of conspiracies has to start with MK Ultra—one of the most bizarre “conspiracy theories” that turned out, by all official accounts, to be completely and entirely true. MK Ultra was a CIA program that began in the early 1950s and operated at full scale from then until around 1964. The program was reduced in scope in 1964 and then again in 1967 and wasn’t officially put to an end until 1973 [1]—although 14-year CIA veteran Victor Marchetti claimed in 1977 that the CIA’s assurances that it had stopped the program were nothing more than a “cover story.”

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Pizzagate

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Beginning in 1997, in an English town of more than 100,000 people, eight Pakistani men stood at the core of a group involving as many as three hundred suspects who abused, gang-raped, pimped and trafficked, by the most conservative estimate, well over a thousand of the town’s young girls for years.  Read more …

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The Negro:
America’s Problem

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It was refreshing to see a white person not on the fringes of mainstream society finally stand up to the Black Lives Matter crowd, even if it was only for a moment. And it wasn’t who you would expect.

On April 7th, while campaigning for his wife in Philadelphia before a largely black audience, former president Bill Clinton met with heckling from crowd members. Their beef? Read more …

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Syria’s Business

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Opinion polls leading up to our imminent invasion of Syria confirm that the public mood is sour on bogging ourselves down in yet another Middle Eastern bloodbath. Bill Clinton scolded Obama for his tepid and hesitant effort to sell the conflict, as if the real issue were whether or not he’s a “total wuss.” Read more …

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