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originally posted by: neomaximus10
So i was listening to npr this morning, since 98.9 does sports and money talk all day on Sundays, and i like the stories and games, and they did a quick couple minute spot on Q!
Lol, their "expert that researched Q" starts off with, well its a fringe alt right group...
What caught my ear is the example he used to "discredit" the whole thing. He used the obviously unproven and highly unlikely "Q says they shot a missile at air force one"
The only place i have read about that is on Ats, .he talked about how most alt right people are white supremacists, lol, the usual stuff. Anyways, thought i would share with you guys.
Pennsylvania University science professor Matt Blaze also expressed some amazement at the Bell researchers discovering as early as 1943
that digital equipment leaked information.
Rarely has the FBI been so embroiled in public controversy. And never has so much misinformation about its workings been so prevalent. At a recent luncheon meeting of the Washington chapter of the Society of Former FBI Agents, Michael Steinbach, the FBI’s executive assistant director in charge of national security investigations, tried to straighten some of it out.
In January 2010, an earthquake in Haiti left hundreds of thousands of people dead, injured, and displaced, and over a million homeless. Three weeks after the earthquake, Haitian authorities arrested a group of Idaho missionaries for attempting to cross the border into the Dominican Republic with 33 children, without papers or proper authorization.
The missionaries claimed they had the good intentions to set up an orphanage, but investigations showed that none of the children were orphans and that the missionaries may have been attempting to smuggle the children out of Haiti to be adopted internationally.
Despite evidence of association with child traffickers, the Haitian justice system—prodded in part by President Clinton’s diplomatic efforts on behalf of the missionaries—determined that none of the missionaries were guilty of illegal activities, except the leader Laura Silsby, who faced a lesser charge of organizing illegal travel.
Along with the Haitian justice system, some observers excused the missionaries’ actions, even though they rose to the level of child trafficking. They did so essentially because we place such little value on the integrity of poor families; the idea that the missionaries were acting to “save” these children justified the damage they would have caused to the children and their families.
In this way, the Silsby case offers a window into international and domestic child placement schemes that disrupt poor families and disregard traditional forms of child placement. In the international context, the demand for intercountry adoption (“ICA”) is driven by Westerners who wish to have children and who desire to save poor children.
While relying on good intentions, ICA as it currently operates perpetuates a system of child placement that destroys the integrity of poor families and feeds illicit child trafficking schemes like the one devised by Laura Silsby.
In the domestic context, the American foster care system also disrupts poor families. Children are funneled into a system that can be as harmful as the homes from which they are removed; yet the system still appears to remove the children with too little regard for the integrity of their families.
A DIPLOMATIC deal over the 10 American missionaries jailed in Haiti on child abduction charges may lead to the release this week of all except the group's leader, Laura Silsby, according to legal sources in Port-au-Prince.
The intervention of Bill Clinton, the former president, who is co-ordinating relief efforts in Haiti, may accelerate the resolution of an affair that has embarrassed the US government, dismayed relief agencies and angered many Haitians who believe their plight is being exploited by unscrupulous foreigners.
Is the stage set for a drop of HRC +++ + +++++(raw vid 5:5).
We have it all.
Re_read re: stage.
The nail in many coffins [liberal undo].
[Impossible to defend].
[Toxic to those connected].
Auth 1st S.
Contact window ok.
originally posted by: Sillyolme
a reply to: EbbNFlow
No one is denying the phenomenon that is Qanon.
The world is full of puppets.
They question the existence of the entity known as Q.
There's a big difference.
The media are all over this now. Calling it another dangerous movement like PG that is going to get someone hurt or worse.
There are some elements that they scoff at like Trump and Mueller working together to take down the deep state especially Hillary Clinton.