Monday 10th of August 2020

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saving the furniture...

pigs

While there is no single accepted theory for why [civilisation] collapses happen, historians, anthropologists and others have proposed various explanations, including:

the hazards of civilisations...

mybutt.com

Now that I have your attention with this picture above, lets be seriously serious for a moment... Our future is at stake! National geographic is quite specific about what defines civilisation, in the American language...

 

 

he did not know he was saving money?...

treasurer...

The chief of staff for New South Wales Treasurer Dominic Perrotet has resigned.

or the liberator of the oppressed...

shiites

THE CONTRADICTIONS OF MODERN IRAN (1/2)

Imperialist Iran becomes anti-imperialist

by Thierry Meyssan

lipstick on a pig... or a cascade of sophistic concrete illusions...

magazine

Is the US constitution serving the people well? An article in The American Conservative gives us a point of view...

leadershipping...

putin

Putin is the devil incarnate full of his own importance. This has been the view of a recent documentary (Putin: A Russian Spy Story) produced in Europe(?) for the benefit of the Western free bogans and their leading elites alike.

 

WAR...

war...

War demands a lot of energy and a twisted sense of values.

Jules Letambour makes a 99 % accurate prediction…

ron paul

Jules Letambour, former professor of geography and history in various locations around the globe, now living in isolation in the Jura, France, is an expert on formulating visions of what’s coming next in the near future.

 

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