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Daily archives for January 26th, 2012

Real Hope, Real Change

Real Hope, Real Change

Chagrin Falls, Ohio: A little hardware store that’s been around for some 72 years now stands, oddly enough, as a reminder of what this country is all about. Barry Obama, you and your whole sorry administration need to take a look. You might learn something. MaxRedline: Real Hope, Real Change. Like this:Like Loading…

Tolerance

Tolerance

What happens when the oldest Jewish bakery in New York City packs it in? As it happens, a couple of Pakistani Muslims take the business over – and keep it kosher. For the bagels, that means high-gluten flour, brown sugar and liquid malt. It means making them by hand, not by machine, and boiling them, not […]

How To Brainwash A Nation: Former KGB Agent Explains Subversive Marxist Strategy Unleashed On America

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This amazing interview was done back in 1985 with a former KGB agent who was trained in subversion techniques. He explains the 4 basic steps to socially engineering entire generations into thinking and behaving the way those in power want them to.  To date, we’re currently at step #3. View on YouTube Mr. Bezmenov went […]

That Explains The Sirens

That Explains The Sirens

So-called Occuturds were littering downtown Portland again last night; ostensibly in support of Freedom in Egypt. You have to love their deep understanding of local, national, and international events. About four of them were arrested during their celebration of freedom in Egypt, and it’s clear that the country over there pays considerable attention to the antics […]

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