Israhell, War of the Worlds 2.0, Guccifer 2.0 - News Bytes - 16-Jan-2020

Israel & Saudi Arabia Unite to Destroy Iran - Part 2 - Jake Morphonios

To understand current developments between Donald Trump and Iran, we must look at the history of the Israeli-Saudi alliance & their common goal of overthrowing #Iran.

The US Navy Says Sharing UFO Footage & Documents Could ‘Cause Grave Damage to National Security’ – Collective Evolution

The issue is, is the threat narrative being pushed by the mainstream for some sort of ulterior motive, the same way we’ve seen the mainstream push the war on terror?

12bytes: Dear Arjun Walia, author of the article, i wonder if you may have a very short memory, or perhaps have never heard what Carol Rosin, former spokesperson for Wernher von Braun, has said regarding the demonetization of extraterrestrial beings and the space-based weapons programs.

Southern Poverty Law Center Official Who Led Armed Communist Paramilitary March Calls for Government Action Against Funding of "Hate Groups" - National Justice

In spite of her close ties with violent left-wing extremists, Brooks found herself testifying in Congress on behalf of the SPLC today, taking credit for financial and social media deplatforming of "hate groups" and demanding more government action against "hate groups."


NSA veteran turned whistle blower Bill Binney and LaRouchePAC historian Harley Schlanger join me to discuss new information about Guccifer 2.0, and the inside job nature of the DNC hacks, and the race against the clock to indict and convict key players involved in the deep state coup against our Republic.

What’s In A Logo? : The Corbett Report

On today’s Thought For The Day, James riffs on a conversation in the Corbett Report comments about the Exxon logo and the surprising things hidden in many corporate logos.

Mozilla lays off 70 employees to prepare for tough years ahead - gHacks Tech News

Mozilla, which is bests known for its Firefox web browser, depends to a very large degree on a deal with Google. Google pays Mozilla more than 90% of its revenue for being the default search engine in the Firefox web browser in most regions.

The deal is problematic for a number of reasons: first, because Google operates Chrome, the main contender in the browser market and dominating force at the time of writing, and second, because Google's business model, advertising, clashes with Mozilla's mission to strengthen privacy on the Internet.

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