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Why are they continuing [internal]?
Attacks will intensify [all sides].
Patriots don’t sleep.
40,000ft. v. necessary to understand [US]/SA/global events.
Paint the picture.
What co’s rec large cash injections by Clowns In America
Who does [ i]t hurt?
Who control[s] the MSM?
Primary objective from beginning: POTUS discredit MSM.
[W]hy is this relevant?
[C]los[ I]ng [A]ct:
Impossible to clean.
Operations --> [N]o [S]uch [A]gency
There followed almost four decades of international peace in Europe. No further major conflict occurred until the Crimean War of 1853-1856. Changes to the configuration of European states, as refashioned after Waterloo, included the formation of the Holy Alliance of reactionary governments intent on repressing revolutionary and democratic ideas, and the reshaping of the former Holy Roman Empire into a German Confederation increasingly marked by the political dominance of Prussia. The bicentenary of Waterloo prompted renewed attention in the geopolitical and economic legacy of the battle and in the century of relative transatlantic peace which followed
The Mackays are believed to descend from the ancient tribes that existed in Scotland called the Picts.
The most popular and accepted theory as to the origins of the chieftenship of the Clan Mackay, is that the chief was descended from the Pictish Royal House of MacEth.
They played a powerful force in politics beginning in the 14th century, supporting Robert the Bruce. Mackays became famous for strength, courage and skill in soldiering and were involved in endless clan battles against Keiths, Rosses, Gunns, Sinclairs, Sutherlands and others, and wars abroad. In the centuries that followed they were very anti-Jacobite.
1438 - Battle of Ruoig-Hansett, The Caithness men overthrown at Sandside Chase by Neil Bhasse Mackay after his release from the Bass Rock. He skirmished with some of the inhabitants of that province at a place called Sanset, where he overthrew them with slaughter on either side. This conflict was called Ruaig-hanset, that is the Chase at Sanset. Neil Bhasse died shortly after.
originally posted by: AgarthaSeed
Oh boy. Twitter really is showing their true colors these days. They deserve every ounce of backlash for this:
Candace is supposed to do a live stream to discuss this in a little while.