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Chinese Gold, Saudi Pages, Dinosaur Media – New World Next Week

04/22/2016

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Interview 1162 – New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

04/21/20163 Comments

This week on the New World Next Week: China launches a yuan gold fix; Obama squashes the Saudi 9/11 lawsuit; and a new poll shows only 6% of people trust the MSM.

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Debunking the 28 Pages

04/21/2016

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Interview 1161 – PFT Live: Debunking the 28 Pages

04/20/201615 Comments

Today James joins Dan Dicks on PFT Live to discuss the 28 pages and the move to blame Saudi Arabia for 9/11. What are the 28 pages really about? Is this really a step forward for 9/11 truth or a step back? Are the Saudis threatening to crash the dollar if they’re hung out to dry? Join James and Dan for the lowdown on the latest 9/11 propaganda.

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As #TaxationIsTheft Trends, Bloomberg Re-brands the IRS

04/20/20168 Comments

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Who Fired the Shot(s) Heard Round the World?

04/20/2016

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Interview 1160 – James Perloff on The False Flag Heard Round the World

04/20/201614 Comments

On April 19, 1775 the shot(s) heard round the world began the War of Independence. But who fired the shot(s)? Today we talk to James Perloff of JamesPerloff.com about the hidden history and context of the Battle of Lexington and Concord, the players who set up the plot, and the plan to engineer a “Lexington Massacre” that could sell war to the Continental Congress.

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Three Days of the Condor – FLNWO #34

04/19/201616 Comments

On this edition of Film, Literature and the New World Order we talk to Sibel Edmonds of BoilingFrogsPost.com about the 1975 spy thriller, Three Days of the Condor. We explore the context of the film’s release, the possible CIA involvement with the production itself, and what the film’s ambiguous ending tells us about the nature of the deep state and the media’s role in covering it up. We also discuss the future of Newsbud.

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Thanks for the Concern. We’re OK.

04/18/20164 Comments

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The (Second) Most Important Bank You’ve Never Heard Of

04/17/201610 Comments

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