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Stay Stupid and or Corrupt America!

on 18 Sep 2019  Posted by Administrator  Category: Meme  Comments: 0
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If you decide to wake-up this year..., grab a notebook and pen then press play button on the video below.

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Trackdown, The End of the World

on 15 Sep 2019  Posted by Administrator  Category: Presentation  Comments: 0
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The San Francisco Chronicle stated that "the character's speech is so similar to the president-elect's, it almost seems as if Donald Trump borrowed some catchphrases from Walter Trump.

In "The End of the World", a rabble-rousing doomsayer named Walter Trump (played by Lawrence Dobkin) comes to town. He scares the townsfolk with talk of an impending disaster and claims to be the only person who can save them – by building a wall. He also threatens to sue Hoby when accused of dishonesty. By the end of the episode, he is arrested as a conman and fraud. The coincidental similarity to Donald Trump's name and proposed border wall was noted after his 2016 election. Vanity Fair wrote that "of all the books and movies that presaged the rise of our reality-TV president... none are so eerily on the nose as this once-obscure, 1958 episode of Trackdown in which a demagogue named Trump attempts to convince a town that only he can save its citizens... by building a wall." The Wrap asked, "Want to talk about a weird coincidence?.... Some may call this episode titled 'The End of the World' the ultimate illustration of life imitating art, considering the episode aired May 9, 1958... it is pretty amusing, especially when the TV character threatens, 'Be careful, son. I can sue you.'

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Knowing (2009)

on 14 Sep 2019  Posted by Administrator  Category: Movie Trailer  Comments: 0
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Fifty years after it was buried in a time capsule, a schoolgirl's cryptic document falls into the hands of Caleb Koestler, the son of professor John Koestler (Nicolas Cage). John figures out that the encoded message accurately lists every major disaster from the past five decades, and predicts three future calamities -- one a global cataclysm. When his warnings fall on deaf ears, John enlists the help of the prophetic author's daughter and granddaughter to try to avert the ultimate disaster.

Throughout the movie the date October 19th is mentioned a few times. The movie wants you to believe the Sun will destroy all life on planet Earth on October 19th. The gematria of the phrase "Destroy Earth October Nineteen" is totally Masonic. So if you see the high-level Masonic criminals heading for the D.U.M.B.s tunnels in the mountains or packing into underground facilities below Denver International Airport you can then start to worry. The movie Knowing (2009) is definitely a Judeo-Masonic fear pump of propaganda. The little girl that placed her paper filled with just numbers apparently practiced gematria in 1959, and she too was labeled crazy.

Nineteen
Destroy Earth October Nineteen = 322 (English Ordinal)

If you would like to view this movie for FREE, you may watch it HERE.

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