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The Monkey Cage

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The Thinking Housewife › On the common good and the good that is common. Jack Donovan Translated by Sebastián Vera for Fuerza Nacional-Identitaria. Discurso pronunciado por Jack Donovan en la segunda conferencia del National Policy Institute, realizada en el Ronald Reagan Building en Washington DC el 26 de octubre del año 2013. Publicado y transcrito originalmente como “Becoming The New Barbarians”, en Traducción por Sebastián Vera. Puede que haya un colapso. Puede ocurrir. O quizás sólo puedes ponerte un día como león, para morir como naciste: pateando, gritando y cubierto en la sangre de otra persona. Pero mientras nada o todo esto pueda ocurrir (y puede ocurrir mañana), también es posible que este acabado y corrupto sistema cojee por un largo tiempo. Entonces… hasta que ese día llegue… hasta que a todos se les acabe el hilo… hasta entonces, casi todos, incluso los líderes norteamericanos, parecen estar de acuerdo en que Estados Unidos está en decadencia. Muchos de ustedes pueden verse a si mismos como hombres civilizados. ¡Pero se equivocan! I. II. Just Wondering – Alternative News and Opinions Joe Nolan's Insomnia Halloween Rising For this latest spooky October post, I’ve grown a little bit impatient with the month and I want to cut to the chase. Here’s a nice little primer on the Celtic roots of the Halloween holiday and its evolution through the ages to the seemingly silly, scary celebration we know today. Do the souls of the… Read More » Loving the Alien Another spooky October post, this one examines the horrors that can happen during a close encounter with an alien. Cartoon Kubrick Casting about for another spooky October post, this one didn’t take long. Kiss This This scary October post recalls a subject many of you likely find terrifying: the career of Nicolas Cage. Blind Faith: Revelation This year marks the the 45th anniversary of the debut of one the first supergroups: Blind Faith. New Who From The Who Archive at Trinifold While we’ll never settle the Beatles/Stones question it’s easy to forget the greatness that was The Who. I, Madman Celebrating Ed Wood The Kinks at 50 Monster Maker

Art Bell | Dark Matter The Truth Denied - MK-ULTRA MIND CONTROL TRAUMA : Interview with Max Spiers Max Spiers Max Spiers To have the courage to speak the truth when the truth is not what you want to hear! During the interview, Max Spiers was attacked three times, but he stayed with us during the interview like a real trooper! We were disconnected twice during the interview, but we kept going! MK Ultra trauma based Mind Control and recovery. Max states that “I was involved in project mannequin in the UK which is an extension of the NAZI uberman (superman) projects to create a warrior and a breeder. This is not a game humanity, this is not a drill, this is what is happening right before our eyes…. AWAKEN or be consumed! Max Spiers is concise in his accounts, and it sends shivers down my spine as he recollects the trauma of his childhood live on the air. We have all heard of the MK UTRA program, designed to challenge one’s reality into a plethora of imaginary screen shots like video game placed into your mind. What did the show entail? AI- Artificial Intelligence, what is it? Sources:

This Can't Be Happening! | '...a major destabilizing influence' K-HOLE Kaboom: A Soldier's War Journal I was standing in the main room of the house with Sonic – a young terp with a propensity to spike his hair - explaining to the mother why we were there. Yes, of course you can pick up the crying baby. No, we are not here to talk about your eldest daughter being so sick that she’s in the hospital, although that is awful. Yes, I want everyone in the house outside. Now. The previous hour had passed in a blur any Zoloft addict could appreciate. Sheik Stack-On-Me was in the process of bestowing upon me a brand new chai set when my dismount radio buzzed with want. “This is 1.” “Frago.” “But I’m getting my chai set! “Yeah … about that … we’re gonna have to ask you to come in to work tonight. “Raid? The vehicle cordon called set. I found two chairs in the main room and pulled them out to the patio. “I know nothing,” she responded to Sonic’s translation, automatically. “I will,” I promised. “I know nothing.” “We’ll see. Nevermind. “Hi,” I said. “What’s her deal?” “Ah. “With what?” “When was that?”

Museum of the Half-Forgotten – "Between the way things used to be and the way they were now was a void that couldn't be crossed.” ― William Maxwell, So Long, See You Tomorrow The Male Sensitivity Reader© The Male Sensitivity Reader© helps women compose social media posts in a way that won’t offend, threaten, trigger, or cause discomfort to male readers. Offering critique, explanation, and editing services, The Male Sensitivity Reader© is available to assist you in all your Male Sensitivity needs. Examples of The Male Sensitivity Reader© at work: Offending Post: “Men: Please stop trying to help women reverse into parking spaces. Critique: This is offensive because I myself members of our staff have helped women reverse and would certainly help a man if the occasion ever arose. Post Male Sensitivity Reader© Edit: “Men: Thank you for helping both women and men reverse into parking spaces. Offending Post: “I can’t even look at this photo. Critique: You have missed the real injustice here, which is that in this room full of legislators, a woman was present. Post Male Sensitivity Reader© Edit: “Here is a photograph of wise men faithfully doing their jobs.

What a Hell of a Way to Die Hilariously Punctures the Right-wing Ideology of the Military :: Comedy :: Features :: What a Hell of a Way to Die I’m still trying with podcasts. I know that I personally have achieved a medium amount of fame via podcast work. I also know that I’ve very publicly shat on the medium before, at least in a theatrical way that invited participants to engage with streaming audio in a more personal way. This is all to disclose that I have personal podcast interactions, but I also have a personal desire to let podcasts into my heart in the way that so many of my friends can. It’s with great trepidation that I venture forth into that world. The podcast is called What a Hell of a Way to Die and it features two leftist leaning military dudes talking about issues that affect the military, our military plans, and, now, issues of gun control. It is, to put it simply, one of the most unexpectedly funny podcasts you can stumble upon. To hear how funny the show can get, I recommend this review of Steven Seagal’s deep-state novel The Way of the Shadow Wolves: Francis Horton: I joined the army at the age of 17.

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