In a rare speech censored and lost for decades after World War II, Adolf Hitler delivers a grim confession historians have overlooked in studying the unspoken psychological/environmental source of his genocidal rage.
John Podesta is “shopping on the sidelines” to the over 15,000 participants from 100 nations of this global event a “world altering” $1 million expected fee speech Secretary Clinton wants to make in Moscow exposing an “extraterrestrial cover-up” that cost her the election against President Trump—and that Podesta is previewing with his appearance on an American television programme called “Ancient Aliens” wherein he states “Secretary Clinton, likewise, was also kind of interested in the topic, and during the course of the campaign said that, if elected, she would have ordered a more thorough declassification review”—and that sheds new light on why, this past weekend, Clinton appeared at a Yale University commencement address where she donned a traditional Russia ushanka and proclaimed “If you can’t beat ’em, join ’em”. […]
The attack on news sites with alternative viewpoints constitutes an attack on free speech. We know for a fact Google’s Eric Schmidt was working with the Clinton campaign. We do know that the targeted “fake news” is largely conservative. A class-action lawsuit by aggrieved parties targeting the Google monopoly and attack on free speech may be appropriate here, and it will stick. […]