Nothing’s free

On the internet, “free” means someone else paid.

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4 thoughts on “Nothing’s free

  1. Leslie Garrett

    This and most sites like it operate on the assumption that saving the USA from destruction is a laudable goal, but a simple look at the facts over the last century reveals that this is a goal only an American could have. Anyone who cares about the planet or about humanity as a whole must of necessity want to see the US crash as soon as possible, and sites like this do offer hope that it soon will. It is already destroying itself from within at a speed for which only a few years ago we could only pray. I only go on line to watch the show, and check the direction of the wind. The Americans are only getting warmed up now; this is only 1911 and July 1914 is still three years away. Still it is exciting to see the monsters in Tel Aviv and Washington day after day pushing on closer and closer willfully toward certain destruction.

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