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Episode 418 - I Read Bill Gates' New Book (So You Don't Have To!)

05/10/202264 Comments


Have you read How to Prevent the Next Pandemic by Bill Gates yet? Well, I have, and let me tell you: it's every bit as infuriating, nauseating, ridiculous, laughable and risible as you would expect. Here are the details.

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Interview 1707 - James Corbett Dissects The Great Narrative on The ITN Show

03/08/202223 Comments

via ITNshow.com (RECORDED FEBRUARY 28, 2022): Podcaster and Thinker James Corbett joins ITN to discuss Klaus Schwab’s manifesto “The Great Narrative” on how the world’s elites can come together to convince humanity one world government is a good thing.

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Episode 412 - I Read The Great Narrative (So You Don't Have To!)

02/19/202278 Comments

Remember when the World Economic Forum held a conference on "The Great Narrative"? And remember when Klaus Schwab threatened to release a book on the topic? Well, guess what? It's heeeere. That's right, I read The Great Narrative and now I'm spilling the beans on the globalists plans for the technocratic future . . . and revealing the truth that we have the power to write our own narrative.

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Interview 1675 - The REAL Anthony Fauci with Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.

11/20/2021300 Comments

Joining us today to talk about his new bestselling book, The Real Anthony Fauci, is Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. of ChildrensHealthDefense.org.

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Interview 1668 - Iain Davis Dissects the Pseudopandemic

10/18/2021205 Comments

Iain Davis of In-This-Together.com joins us to discuss his new book, Pseudopandemic: New Normal Technocracy. In this conversation Davis lays out the copious documentation demonstrating how the pseudopandemic was generated, identifies the larger agenda behind the push toward implementing the technocratic biosecurity state and talks about what we can do to stop this nightmare from becoming a reality.

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Your Summer Reading List

06/21/202161 Comments

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How to Access the Library of Alexandria - #SolutionsWatch (video)

06/02/2021


Today James takes up a listener's challenge to track down a rare, expensive book. He does it in 10 seconds without paying a cent. Do you know how to access the Library of Alexandria? Find out in today's edition of #SolutionsWatch.

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How to Access the Library of Alexandria - #SolutionsWatch

06/01/202154 Comments


Today James takes up a listener's challenge to track down a rare, expensive book. He does it in 10 seconds without paying a cent. Do you know how to access the Library of Alexandria? Find out in today's edition of #SolutionsWatch.

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Solutions: Physical Media

12/16/2020


The Grand Leader of The Technofascist Great Reset, Klaus Schwab, has issued his pronouncement: our digital infrastructure (and even the power grid that enables it) is at great risk of global disruption from cyberattack. And you know what? He's right. It's just that the most likely cyberterrorists are the criminals in government and in organizations connected to the World Economic Forum. In any case, we shouldn't rely on the idea of important information being forever and always available at the click of a button. So what ever can we do to safeguard the books, music and media that we hold dear? What people have always done: keep a physical copy of it. Today James and his guests extol the virtues of physical media in an increasingly digital age.

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Episode 391 - Solutions: Physical Media

12/15/202062 Comments

The Grand Leader of The Technofascist Great Reset Klaus Schwab has issued his pronouncement: our digital infrastructure and even the power grid that enables it is at great risk of global disruption from cyberattack. And you know what? He's right. It's just that the most likely cyberterrorists are the criminals in government and in organizations connected to the World Economic Forum. In any case, we shouldn't rely on the idea of important information being forever and always available at the click of a button. So what ever can we do to safeguard the books, music and media that we hold dear? What people have always done: keep a physical copy of it. Today James and his guests extol the virtues of physical media in an increasingly digital age.

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