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  1. Chia Cha

    Problem with this guys behind her, is that they started copying methods of CIA and MSM after demontage by Dr. Pieczenik has been done on highest level, and they still do it full of hubris (demanding open borders). They had to talk with Dr. P., not with Soros. All those (now old) Rockefeller venture companies are getting defunded.

  2. Something is brewing. Maybe you should initiate some sort of counter measure to stop division in the US. I don’t think a super power like America can survive another civil war. 2020 is a significant year Steve. This is not my information. It’s prophetic stuff from Henoch as published by Meier. The president might need a strong hand to prevent this happening. Good luck to the invisible patriots doing thankless jobs behind the scenes. Peace.

  3. Camus

    https://adinakutnicki.com/2019/03/13/aoc-unmasked-how-did-she-appear-out-of-nowhere-who-are-her-puppeteers-handlers-what-are-their-end-goals-commentary-by-adina-kutnicki/

    “… it is way worse….way more nefarious…..than one dares to imagine.”

    MOST significantly, “AOC’s” handlers are HIGHLY dangerous revolutionaries, whose “inspiration” comes from mass murderers! And it is in their twisted quest to grab power and total control that the ends justifies the means.

    INCONTESTABLY, they are NOT bit players, nor are they fringe actors. They are, in both words and deeds, very BAD, highly-connected, and well-funded revolutionaries. It is what it is.

    ….if anything, internalize this: “AOC’s” puppeteers are the worst of the worst….

  4. Camus

    “The brains behind A. Ocasio-Cortez is her Chief of Staff Saikat Chakrabarti”
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xzW_vRZ8BMM

    Saikat Chakrabarti (Harvard, 2007) is a political devotee of the Hinduist revolutionary figure `Netaji’ Subash Chandra Bose (1897-1945).

    In order to obtain maximal understanding of Chakrabarti’s strategic approach to transforming the US Congress and his `greater vision’ of totally transforming the United States, it is advisable, in my opinion, to study and to familiarize oneself with the South Asian line of revolutionary thought and activity developed by Subash Chandra Bose.

  5. Camus

    Mr. Saikat Chakrabarti is reportedly Bengali-American. It would be naive to assume that this is somehow irrelevant in the context of contemporary American politics. While Chakrabarti’s family origins and ethnic identification are not necessarily determinative of his political thinking, they should not be presumptively dismissed as theoretically — or even practically — meaningless. In fact, a “linkage” to Bengali and South Asian political thought is suggested by his explicit symbolic identification as a “political devotee” of the Indian (=”South Asian”) political thinker and revolutionary activist “Netaji” Subash Chandra Bose (1897-1945). May I suggest that this “connection” is more than meets the eye, just as Alexandria “Sandy” Ocasio-Cortez’s alleged “NuYoRican” roots are more than merely trendy?

    See, e.g., Bhabani Sengupta, “The `Radical’ Mind of Calcutta”, India International Centre Quarterly, Vol 17, No 3-4, Winter 1990/1991. pp. 24-41.

    About `The Calcutta Psyche’ Sengupta says: –

    “The Bengali has always been left-of-center in Congress politics: from Surendrath Nath Banerji through C.S. Das to Subhas Chandra Bose, Bengal’s most renowned leaders of the India National Congress have been… radical in comparison with their colleagues and compatriots from other parts of the country.” p. 26.

    In the words of Mr Saikat Chakrabarti himself: “Ain’t no feeling like that revolution feeling.”

    Saikat Chakrabarti@saikatc June 27, 2018.

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