“Q has dropped some absolute bombshells over the past 72 hours, and this one led me down the black hole of heroin production and child sex trafficking in North Korea, and the Clintons association with it. As Q has said, think children. Think slaves. When you put the pieces of the puzzle together, a horrifying picture emerges”.
1 Hour 41+ Minutes
FEBRUARY 12, 2018
“At 11:20 AM last Wednesday (January 31st) at a railroad crossing in Crozet, Virginia, about 125 miles (200 kilometers) southwest of Washington DC, an Amtrak train collided with a garbage truck operated by Time Disposal, Inc. One truck passenger was killed and 6 train passengers injured.
The train was carrying hundreds of passengers, several of whom were GOP lawmakers on their way to a retreat at The Greenbrier luxury resort, site of the original Continuity of Government bunker built during the 1950s and decommissioned in 1992.
There are reports from local motorists that the gates at the crossing had been malfunctioning in the days prior to the accident. This still wouldn't explain how the gates were down at the intersection, the massive garbage truck demolished, the massive engine car derailed.
Ron Johnson shows us the improbable animation trotted out in the dinosaur media reports, "explaining" how the gates were down at the scene of the accident.
Obviously, many are saying that this was no accident, especially in light of the incendiary verbiage being hurled from both sides of the aisle, in the wake of the FISA Memo release.”
‘It’s such a big dream, I can’t see it all.’ — Edward Sheriff Curtis
“THESE WORDS MAY HAVE BEEN THE MOST PROFOUND EDWARD S. CURTIS EVER WROTE. They were addressed to noted anthropologist George Bird Grinnell over one hundred years ago, shortly after what was to be the defining experience of Curtis’ life. In the summer of 1900, Curtis first encountered American Indian culture in a state relatively unaltered by contact with Europeans. He witnessed one of the last performances of the Sun Dance ceremony and was given access to the sacred lives of numerous American Indians.
The coalescence of these three events created a profound shock wave that affected the very foundation of Curtis’ life, his values, and his beliefs. Having become deeply impassioned by the power and dignity of the American Indian, Curtis began to realize for the first time that he might create a record preserving the history of these magnificent people and their extraordinary culture. In the same letter to Grinnell, Curtis went on to say, “But I can start and sell prints of my pictures as I go along. I’m a poor man, but I’ve got my health, plenty of steam, and something to work for.” Curtis was thirty-two years old, with a family and a thriving business. His willingness to put at risk everything he had worked for up until then is a testament to his enlightened view of humanity, the strength of his individualism, and his creative genius.”
Here is a video of some of Edward Curtis’s photos. His work is amazing. His profound respect for the Native people borders on awe, and those feelings shine through in his photographs.
“Rep. Adam Schiff, the ranking member of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI), fell for a spoof by Russian pranksters who promised in a call with the top House Democrat to furnish him with“kompromat”–compromising dirt–on President Donald Trump. It's only fair that Schiff, who tricked his constituents into believing he would represent their interests in DC, would get a taste of his own medicine. Schiff found the early 2017 call with the Russian pranksters, who posed as Ukrainian leaders, “productive,” one of his staffers wrote in an email to the Russians-posing-as-Ukrainians with whom he was communicating. Now, after getting caught in the media by reports in the Atlantic magazine and the U.K. Daily Mail newspaper—as well as audio of the call surfacing—a Schiff spokesperson claims the powerful Democrat congressman thought the call was “bogus” from the beginning. But that’s not what the record shows. ...”