- Request for Prayer
- In A Civil War
- CraigSawyer: https://youtu.be/O62NByDlGZU?t=8701
- Dr. Louis Lee - Children Of The Night
- Getting Sexually Expoited off the street
Infowars Reporter Millie Weaver interviews Dr. Lois Lee, Founder and President of “Children of the Night”, while on the trail investigating child sex trafficking. Dr Lois Lee is a pioneer that has taken real action in rescuing America's sex trafficked children and has rescued over 10,000 children. She even received the President's Volunteer Action Award at the White House presented by President Ronald Reagan. In this interview Dr. Lee gives an insider's perspective on the child sex trafficking industry and how more “real” work needs to be done to rescue sexually exploited and abused children from the streets and from abusive homes. Watch our Free LIVE Stream http://www.infowars.com/show
Just like the Florida School 'Shooting' & this David Hogg bastard, pointing out the obscene level of the 'Las Vegas Shooting' False Flag use of Crisis Actors was quickly censored by the YouTube platform. While YouTube & Twitter throw full support at #Satanic brain rot content, these platforms actively target real & useful content.... ESPECIALLY when #DeepState #FalseFlag #CrisisActors are exposed. #LasVegasShooting & #FloridaSchoolShooting are birds of a feather in this regard - with YT & Twatter closing accounts en masse for not adhering to the #MKUltra narrative, but total dogshit remains for nearly a decade. Not calling for censorship of this crap... calling for #InternetBillOfRights
By Mark Dice
Mark Dice shares information on the Congressional hearing that exposed the fact that the CIA controlled the media under a covert program named Operation Mockingbird.
“About a third of the whole CIA budget went to media propaganda operations. …We’re talking about hundreds of millions of dollars a year just for that…..close to a billion dollars are being spent every year by the United States on secret propaganda.” – Testimony of William Schapp in 1999, referencing revelations from the Church Committee in 1975
Details of Operation Mockingbird were revealed as a result of the Senator Frank Church investigations (Select Committee to Study Governmental Operations with Respect to Intelligence Activities) in 1975. According to the Congress report published in 1976:
Ancient Origin of Medes, Wizards. The Medes, people of the Mada, appear in history first in 836 BC. Earliest records show that Assyrian conqueror Shalmaneser II received tribute from the "Amadai" in connection with wars against the tribes of the Zagros. His successors undertook many expeditions against the Medes. At this early stage, the Medes were usually mentioned together with another steppe tribe, the Scythians, who seem to have been the dominant group. A link here between Sorcery and the Scyth. They were divided into many districts and towns, under petty local chieftains; from the names in the Assyrian inscriptions, it appears they had already adopted the religion of Zoroaster. but only one of these is positively identified as Iranian. A second report from 700 BC lists 26 names; of these, 5 seem to be Iranian, the others are not. Like I've said before an assimilated force of multiple cultures.Sargon in 715 BC and 713 BC subjected them up to "the far mountain Bikni," i.e. the Elbruz (Damavand) and the borders of the desert. If the account of Herodotus may be trusted, the Medes' dynasty derived its origin from Deioces, a Mede chieftain in the Zagros, who was, along with his kinsmen, transported by Sargon to Hamath in Syria in 715 BC. This Daiukku seems to have originally been a governor of Mannae subject to Sargon, prior to his exile. In spite of repeated rebellions by the early chieftains against the Assyrian yoke, the Medes paid tribute to Assyria under Sargon's successors, Sennacherib, Esarhaddon and Assur-bani-pal, whenever these kings marched in with their fierce armies. Magus A Magus was a Zoroastrian astrologer-priest from ancient Persia, from which is derived the terms magic, magician, and also referred to as a sorcerer or wizard. The English term may also refer to a shaman. The best known Magi are the Wise Men from the East in the Bible.