Many of the planetary controllers are blood feasting pedophiles, parasitic monsters literally and predatorily feeding off the 8 million children gone missing each year around the world.
By ERIC ZUESSE
The New York Times, as Robert Parry has pointed out, «Cheers the Rise of Censorship», but only of censorship of any allegations that expose the fraudulence of the NYT’s allegations. The Washington Post, Google, the TV networks, and practically all of the famous providers of ‘news’, have joined forces in order to block from the internet any statements that contradict, or especially any evidence that disproves, what they collectively define to be ’true’; and, while they do this, they add a lie, that their sole aim in doing this rigging of web-search results is to prevent ‘misinformation’ from polluting your mind. They use as an excuse the existence of some flagrantly fabricated reports on obscure websites, but if the mainstream press can ban reports such as those, then they can also ban real news reports, which expose the mainstream’s own lies. In other…
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Tragic father mourns his five-year-old son at funeral while mother faces murder charge
- Schoolboy was found dead at his home in central Scotland last month
- Five-year-old’s mother has been charged with murder over the death
- More than 200 mourners come together for boy’s funeral today
- Reverend says the youngster ‘loved life’ and was ‘very happy’
- Mourners led out of the church by Scott’s father, Tichakunda Chiriseri
Richard Spillett for MailOnline 9 January 2015
The funeral has taken place of a five-year-old boy whose mother has been charged with his murder.
Scott Chiriseri was found injured at his home in Alva, central Scotland on December 5 and pronounced dead at the scene.
Around 200 people who gathered at a service in the town today were told about his love of motor racing and how he was…
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Not all PG-13 rated movies are rated equally. While I had no reservations about my 6 year-old son seeing Jurassic World or Rogue One, I would not be okay with him seeing Suicide Squad or TheHunger Games or the Fast and Furious movies.
So where does Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 2 end up on this unpredictable gradient scale of PG-13 movies?
Ultimately, imagine combining the constant non-bloody fantasy violence of the Star Wars movies with the more mature plot lines of the Star Trek movies, mixed with the irreverence and casual profanity of the Shrek movies. Put that in a blender, and that’s the PG-13 essence of Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 2.
I say this because Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 2 is sprinkled with nearly every major “bad word” there is, except for those two classic biggies: “g.d.” and the “f-word.”
Perhaps there is a paradox…
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I have a healthy relationship with food. I eat all throughout the day and I never choose to go hungry. I am happy with my weight. I am perfectly in the proper BMI range for my height, weight, and age.
Clearly, what I am doing is working, when it comes to my diet and lifestyle. But as I share my strategy today, I am deliberately not going talk about being a vegetarian or a vegan, in an effort to help more people. True, I can not deny that much of this info is what I taught myself about a healthy lifestyle only after I became a vegan in March 2013. Still, I promise to refrain from specifically mentioning not eating meat, eggs, or dairy…
Here are the top 10 reasons my “diet” is still successful:
1) I never choose to go hungry. If I’m hungry, I eat. Going hungry means I…
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Please welcome first-time contributor Mix of a Borderline and Anorexic, a 20-year-old blogger and photographer from France who has been diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder and Atypical Anorexia over the last few years.
About this photo: “I titled this photo ‘On The Way Of…’ because my recovery is my first priority. I found this old photo from my travels of the line that forms from two sand foot prints. It inspires me. It is necessary to try to move ahead despite all of the hard events that get in the way of our lives.”
Find more at her blog.