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Journalist Unmasks the Real Perpetrators of 9/11

Christopher Bollyn, an investigative journalist and author of several books about 9/11, gave a speech in 2018 that revealed who was behind the attacks on the World Trade Center. Bollyn says the people running our government and the media are complicit in the attack because they knew it was going to happen, did nothing to prevent it, and covered up the evidence. He says the purpose of the 9/11 attack was to justify the American War on Terror, which was a cover for using American forces to attack Israel’s enemies and make 

Link for video:   https://www.bitchute.com/video/wVkCxsQWaDo/

Link for Christopher Bollyn’s website:   https://bollyn.com/about-christopher-bollyn/




Memphis Mass Shooter Released Early from Prison on Prior Aggravated Assault Charge

Ezekiel Kelly, 19, is accused of killing four people and streaming the murders on Facebook. His killing spree lasted hours and spread across eight crime scenes. Among the victims was a nurse, Allison Parker, who was reported to have been shot and killed while being carjacked in front of her daughter. Kelly also allegedly killed his friend, a man in an Auto Zone store, and a 17-year old girl. Kelly was previously arrested on charges of attempted first-degree murder, reckless endangerment, using a gun during a felony and aggravated assault in June 2020. In 2021 he pleaded guilty to the lesser charge of aggravated assault for offenses which were committed when he was 17. He received a 3-year prison sentence, but was released early and only served 11 months. Mayor Jim Strickland said that if Kelly had served his full sentence, the four people who he shot would still be alive. The Mayor said that the police keep arresting the same people over and over again, but bail bond laws, state sentencing guidelines and prison rehabilitation programs thwart efforts to take violent criminals off the street.

Fresh off the heels of the kidnapping, sexual assault, and murder of 34 year old billionaire heiress Eliza Fletcher, Memphis is back in the news as a teen goes on a shooting spree, live-streamed on Facebook:

A crazed gunman flashed a wide grin as he was arrested by cops in Memphis, Tennessee, after reportedly going on a shooting spree which he live streamed on Facebook – after being released early for aggravated assault.

Ezekiel Kelly, 19, launched his alleged rampage just before 1am and terrorized the city for more than 19 hours, killing four people and injuring three others.

Fresh off the heels of the kidnapping, sexual assault, and murder of 34 year old billionaire heiress Eliza Fletcher, Memphis is back in the news as a teen goes on a shooting spree, live-streamed on Facebook:

A crazed gunman flashed a wide grin as he was arrested by cops in Memphis, Tennesee, after reportedly going on a shooting spree which he live streamed on Facebook – after being released early for aggravated assault.

Ezekiel Kelly, 19, launched his alleged rampage just before 1am and terrorized the city for more than 19 hours, killing four people and injuring three others.

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Excerpt from the DailyMail:

  • Ezekiel Kelly, 19, of Memphis, Tennessee, has been linked to eight different incident as police warned terrified residents to stay inside 
  • During his 22-hour rampage, Kelly shot and killed four people and injured three more after being released early from his aggravated assault sentence 
  • Corteria Wright, 17, was shot by Kelly at 8.55pm and is thought to have been his final victim 
  • Medical assistant Allison Parker was shot dead in a carjacking incident as Kelly attempted to flee authorities hunting him 
  • Her daughter Ariana, 20, was with her at the time of the slaying and has slammed the violence in the city 
  • Rodolfo Berger was shot twice by Kelly after he stormed an AutoZone store and livestreamed his attack on Facebook 
  • He killed his friend, Dewayne Tunstall, 24, shooting him several times in the head before shooting six other people across Memphis

Officer Brandon Tatum

Former Police Officer Brandon Tatum blames the high level of violence in the black community that commits more than half of all homicides in the US on the high rate of black children (70%) who are born out of wedlock into homes without a father or spiritual guidance.




Holland: Masked Government Goons Kidnap Farmers and Protesters Against Great Reset

Shocking video from Amsterdam shows masked government goons dragging protesters into police vans. The protests are against the government for imposing a 50% reduction in nitrogen emissions by 2030, in accordance with the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) Great Reset. The government claims that livestock accounts for 40% of nitrogen emissions in the country and the mandate will shut down up to a third of livestock farmers, resulting in a collapse of farming and food production. Earlier this summer, police made mass arrests and even fired on peaceful protesters. Protests have spread to Spain, Italy, Poland, and Germany as their governments also have begun implementing nitrogen reduction policies.

Dutch authorities have begun carrying out “snatch and grab” policies against farmers protesting the government’s nitrogen reduction plan as mass uprisings against the Great Reset accelerate.

Shocking video from Amsterdam shows the government upping the ante against outraged farmers pushing back against its targeting of livestock and farmland, with masked government goons dragging protesters into police vans.

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Ohio: Doctors Remove Six Feet of Blood Clots from High School Football Player’s Legs

Kaden Clymer, a junior lineman, had six feet of blood clots removed from his legs just days before the season kicked off. Clymer suffered severe pain in his back and legs along with swelling in his legs when he was taken to the hospital where he spent nine days. He was crying and upset to learn that he can no longer play football because he is taking blood thinners. Doctors diagnosed Clymer with a condition called IVC Atresia but are still undergoing tests to determine the cause and treatment moving forward. It is unknown whether Clymer received any experimental COVID-19 shots which have been linked to blood clots.

WAUSEON, Ohio — It’s difficult to match the level of excitement for high school football players when their season is about to start. Yet, imagine all that build come crashing down on you.

Unfortunately, that turned out to be the reality one Wauseon High School junior had to tackle.

There was never a doubt, Kaden Clymer would have an impact on the field. Yet, to do so without pads on came without warning.

“It started on Aug. 1,” Kaden’s mother Maurine Clymer said. “His dad took him to the emergency room after he was having severe pain in his back and legs.”

Teammate Tyson Rodriguez added “I was a bit confused because I didn’t really know what was happening. He just told me that he wasn’t feeling good.”

The night before the Wauseon Indians took to the field for their first Fall team practice, Clymer unexpectedly had to be taken to Toledo Children’s Hospital.

“His calves were swelled up four inches larger, in circumference, than they are now,” Maurine Clymer said. “So, he was very uncomfortable.”

Kaden Clymer added “I just wanted to go home honestly. I didn’t really care what they did to me, I just wanted to go home.”

Full of pain and uncertainty, Clymer received word that he had blood clots in his legs.

“I was really sad. I was crying and upset because I’ve played football my whole life and I just wanted to play with my friends,” the junior lineman said.

Six feet of blood clots were removed and because of the blood thinners he now has to take, Clymer’s football career is over.

Photo of blood clots from Clymer’s legs. Screenshot

“Was just getting ready to start practice, we were really looking forward to seeing him on Friday nights,” his mother said.

Following nine days in the hospital, Clymer returned to the team despite barely being able to walk.

“I’m really happy to be able to spend time with my friends,” Kaden said. “It means a lot to me to be able to be back on the field and have fun with them.”

Rodriguez added “It was weird not seeing him, but it’s good that he’s back. He’s our guy, so it’s nice seeing him here.”

A life-changing experience that has proven the toughness of this young man.

“I’m very strong and well-minded because it took a lot of effort to be able to stay in the hospital for nine days straight,” Clymer said. “Eat the hospital food and go through all those procedures, it really sucked.”

Doctors diagnosed Clymer with a condition called IVC Atresia but are still undergoing tests to determine the cause and treatment moving forward. His path to recovery is far from over, re-gaining strength into his legs each day comes at a price.

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Saudi Arabian Company Threatening Water Supply in Phoenix, Arizona and California

Jimmy Dore  lambasted the leaders in Phoenix, Arizona for allowing a Saudi Arabian company draw as much water as it wishes at a cut-rate price from 80,000 year-old aquifers while Arizona is currently suffering through the worst drought in a thousand years. The Saudi company, Fondomonte, is growing alfalfa , a water intensive plant, that they ship back to their country to feed cattle raised on ranches in the Middle Eastern kingdom. The Saudis drained their water supplies and now grow the water-intensive plant in foreign countries with cheap water. It sounds crazy, but it’s true!

The same company also owns 15,000 acres in Blythe, California, a desert region near the Colorado River, which amounts to 16% of the entire irrigated valley. Blythe farmers are only charged to cover the water district’s overhead, $77 an acre per year, an astonishingly low rate.

Four hours east of Los Angeles, in a drought-stricken area of a drought-afflicted state, is a small town called Blythe where alfalfa is king. More than half of the town’s 94,000 acres are bushy blue-green fields growing the crop.

Massive industrial storehouses line the southern end of town, packed with thousands upon thousands of stacks of alfalfa bales ready to be fed to dairy cows – but not cows in California’s Central Valley or Montana’s rangelands.

Instead, the alfalfa will be fed to cows in Saudi Arabia.

The storehouses belong to Fondomonte Farms, a subsidiary of the Saudi Arabia-based company Almarai – one of the largest food production companies in the world. The company sells milk, powdered milk and packaged items such as croissants, strudels and cupcakes in supermarkets and corner stores throughout the Middle East and North Africa, and in specialty grocers throughout the US.

Each month, Fondomonte Farms loads the alfalfa on to hulking metal shipping containers destined to arrive 24 days later at a massive port stationed on the Red Sea, just outside King Abdullah City in Saudi Arabia.

With the Saudi Arabian landscape there being mostly desert and alfalfa being a water-intensive crop, growing it there has always been expensive and draining on scarce water resources, to the point that the Saudi government finally outlawed the practice in 2016. In the wake of the ban, Almarai decided to purchase land wherever it is cheap and has favorable water conditions to produce enough feed for its 93,000 cows.

In 2012, they acquired 30,000 acres of land in Argentina, and in 2014, they bought their first swath of land in Arizona. Then, in 2015, they bought 1,700 acres in Blythe – a vast, loamy, agricultural metropolis abutting the Colorado river, where everything but the alfalfa seems cast in the hue of sand. Four years later, the company owns 15,000 acres – 16% of the entire irrigated valley.

But what business does a foreign company have drawing precious resources from a US desert to offset a lack of resources halfway around the globe?

What Fondomonte Farms is doing is merely a chapter in the long story of water management in the west, one that pierces the veil on the inanities of the global supply chain – how easy it is to move a commodity like alfalfa, or for that matter lettuce or clementines or iPhones, across more than 13,000 miles of land and sea, how much we rely on these crisscrossing supply lines, and at what cost to our own natural resources.

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Thousands of Coloradans Locked Out of Their Smart Thermostats due to ‘Energy Emergency’

Colorado: Last week, Xcel Energy locked about 22,000 people out of their smart thermostats due to an “energy emergency.” Temperatures reached into the 90s in some areas of Colorado. The people who were affected had signed up for the AC Rewards program, which gives users rebates in exchange for allowing Xcel Energy to control their thermostats on the hottest days of the year to mitigate strain on the electrical grid. The thermostats were reportedly locked in at 78 or 79. This was the first time that customers were locked out of controlling their thermostats in the program’s six-year history. Critics lambasted the energy company’s ability to remotely control the thermostats and the larger implications for control.

Thousands of Coloradans were unable to adjust the temperature in their homes for hours on Tuesday after Xcel Energy locked their smart thermostats due to an “energy emergency.”

Temperatures reached into the 90s in some areas of Colorado on Tuesday, KMGH-TV reported.

The approximately 22,000 customers who were affected had signed up for the AC Rewards program, which gives users rebates in exchange for allowing Xcel Energy to control their thermostats on the hottest days of the year to mitigate strain on the electrical grid, according to 9News.

The program has approximately 45,600 participating customers in Colorado, Minnesota, South Dakota, and Wisconsin. There are 1.5 million Xcel Energy customers overall.

Tuesday was the first time that customers were locked out of controlling their thermostats in the program’s six-year history.

One customer noted that a message on their thermostat read they were locked out from adjusting due to an “energy emergency.”

“Normally, when we see a message like that, we’re able to override it,” Tony Talarico told KMGH-TV. “In this case, we weren’t. So, our thermostat was locked in at 78 or 79.”

The energy emergency was related to an unexpected outage in Pueblo, Colorado, along with high temperatures and air conditioner usage, according to Xcel vice president of customer solutions and innovation, Emmett Romine.

“It’s a voluntary program. Let’s remember that this is something that customers choose to be a part of based on the incentives,” said Romine.

“So, it helps everybody for people to participate in these programs. It is a bit uncomfortable for a short period of time, but it’s very, very helpful,” he added.

Participants in the program receive a one-time $100 bill credit when they enroll plus an additional $25 per year, 9NEWS noted.

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