Chappelle: 'The idea of being courageous, is that even though you're scared, you do the right thing, anyway'.
July 17, 2021
...requires, investigation and won't do a make-it-up with a 'free-write-style'.
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False Flags/Hoax events? C-19 needs accompaniment. Time to shift the TV news etc., off C-19 to "Radical Extremists". The need to bash out the last of any public consideration: Of any credibility and, UK's criminal-based Authorities.
MPs, and other, civil servants, are fronting the Business/State/Media war against humanity. The consistent dividing up, is on the lines of public confession.
TV etc., projects' the paid-to-liars as the wider public.
The crowds aren't there, and less 'C-19 restrictions', would/will expose, the Con(spiracy), to the conned.
Concede, to one up-side and the Get-Jabbed/Or...?/ "OUT... Ya Go", the word(?), from leaders/hip, of the (Russian) Orthodox Ch. Akin to "BE SEATED...", as the character, Beth McNeill is told, and opening of 'Breaking The Waves'.
The UP? The Saker, offering explanations, and a flurry of barnstorming comments.
The first thing to note and Dispossession of land on the basis of race – a State Enrichment and Control Strategy in the South African Context is the numbers.
Little over 3000 views and 50 comments. Excluding re-posts, an urgent news-hitting Saker piece gets 20,000. Hardly awaken revival hour but something showing life and health.
What does 3000 say about this epic, detailed and revealing piece about South Africa? And what can we surmise and the numbers/period?
'Truth is a lonely warrior' says Perloff. This accepted shocker. The crashing wave and waning interest. The inevitable find and seek alternative and incisive-commentary crowds -- done gone. Seekers to know, get the true state of the mess, so then what..?
Meanwhile back in 1974, a monsoon arrived an hour after the fight that disabled satellite communications between Zaire and the rest of the world. Ali and his wife Belinda returned to N’Sele with a police car ahead of them and Ali’s entourage travelling behind. “It was like the return of a victorious army,” the physician, Pacheco, has recalled. “All through the jungle, people were lining up along the road with children in their arms, waiting for Ali in the pouring rain.”
The pan-Arab ideas were particularly zealously pursued and promoted by Gaddafi in the 1970s, the general idea being an alliance of strong, independent and secular Arab nationalist states who would share common interests, including common defense and economic policies.
In some form or another (and to varying degrees), these ideas were pursued for some years in Libya, Syria, Iraq and Egypt.
That there was corruption and dictatorship and suppression isn’t in doubt. There was also order, stability, strong economic growth, and there was no room for anarchic jihadist/Islamist groups or agendas to achieve anything. Those countries were being held together around a national identity and a strong sense of independence and sovereignty.
It is difficult to wholeheartedly defend regimes that were so dictatorial and so harsh in their suppression of opposition. But it is also a fact that the collapse of those regimes and ideas has done little or nothing for the populations of those countries: unless anyone thinks what has happened in Iraq after the US-led invasion or in Libya, Syria or Egypt or Yemen after the Arab Spring has been good.
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