The Conspiracy Guy #13: The “color revolution” against the new administration continues unabated, but “fake news” about Sweden has reinforced the reasons why Trump wants to enforce regulations on immigration. The continued emphasis from the mainstream media about “Russian interference” in our election by purported hacking of emails from the DNC and that the “Russian dossier” continues to be given any credence whatsoever strains credulity. Even MSNBC anchors object to Trump’s efforts to reach the people directly, because it’s their job to “tell the public what it should think”. Attempts to subvert the new president appear to be motivated by a host of prominent figures, including Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, John Podesta and others who are fearful that they are may be exposed and prosecuted for their involvement in the scandal known as “PizzaGate”. While Hillary has been reported “in the house” on Broadway, it is one of her doubles; and while the film, “Newtown”, has been nominated for an Academy Award, Sandy Hook was a FEMA drill. The most widely publicized Sandy Hook “victim” was fabricated from photos of “his step brother” as a child. Hollywood may give its highest prize to a fake film about a fake event.
Dr. Gustavo Ferrer was trained in Pulomnary Medicine in both Cuba and the U.S. He worked with the United Nations University in South America and led his fellowship training from George Washington University. He later founded the Chronic Cough CEnter at Cleveland Clinic Florida. As part of the National Hispanic Medical Association, Dr. Ferrer went to a White House briefing to discuss the Affordable Care Act.
Three veteran journalists and media critics share their thoughts about the state of the “free” press in 2017;
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1/22/17 Meria Interviews Valerie Heller, Clinical Consultant, Grassroots Organizer;Val was at the protest in NYC yesterday; why? diversity; families with small babies in attendance; estimates 25% male; men chanting for women’s rights; what was the march about? Not against but for something; civil rights; trump’s speech”our people” who was he speaking about? last gasp for white male rule; Liberal (liberty) democracy vs. autocratic democracy; not ok to demonize the press or a group of people; demoralizing people; harm to children;abused become abusers;the Millennials;”free Melania”-is she abused? all the women surrounding trump look like Barbie dolls -why? lack of emotional expression; trumps pathology; referring to his own daughter as a “piece of ass”; 5 white men took it away from Hillary;99% bi-racial in USA;don’t believe slogans and much more.
“Eleanor LeCain discusses progressive strategies with Larry Cohen, Chair of Our Revolution (from the Bernie Sanders campaign) and the Democracy Initiative, a network dedicated to democracy and political equality.”
Beth Greer, aka The Super Natural Mom, is the best-selling author of “Super Natural Home,” an expert on toxin-free living, speaker, holistic lifestyle educator, and environmental health advocate. She hosts the Radio Show Kids in Crisis on BBM Global Radio helping parents with breakthrough, drug-free approaches to treating kids with behavioral problems, Autism, ADHD, anxiety, and addiction. She’s former President of The Learning Annex, a nationally acclaimed adult education company. Beth eliminated a tumor in her chest without drugs or surgery by making small but significant lifestyle shifts. She helps educate people through her webcasts, personalized in-home (or Skype) detox consults, and webinar trainings.
Leid Stories raises some hard truths about the current social, political and economic situation in the United States under a nascent Donald Trump administration. The president’s outrageous policies and autocratic approach to governing have ignited waves of protests from a wide range of offended and distressed constituencies. But Trump’s political base, strongly supportive of his slash-and-burn “new way” of doing things, are helping him to fend off the opposition, including from within the Republican establishment.
If the last week has shown us anything, it’s that Donald Trump has power, but he doesn’t have much of a mandate yet. We need to keep it that way – and be wary of the bad political leadership and strategy that can help him build one. November’s election is a powerful reminder that the Clinton establishment’s mix of socially …
Donald Trump’s first act as president was a visit to CIA headquarters in Langley, Virginia, where he addressed gathering of CIA employees. His journey directly in “the swamp” took place almost immediately after his inauguration, and was clearly an urgent first priority. Serenading Langley The CIA is a headquarters of the Deep State and the Shadow Government. It is the …