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Just a thought about the cause of the Notre-Dame fire

Filed in NEWS ANALYZES by on 18 April 2019 11 Comments
Just a thought about the cause of the Notre-Dame fire

We would rather not speculate, but if you study the images, the fire on Notre Dame looks very much like a well-controlled fire. You could say that it is very convenient for Macron to be able to act as the great leader, such as the Reichstag fire in Berlin from 1933 Adolf Hitler also very well […]

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Printed organs from the body's own DNA are a fact: see here the first 3D printed heart

Filed in NEWS ANALYZES by on 17 April 2019 2 Comments
Printed organs from the body's own DNA are a fact: see here the first 3D printed heart

No, it is not fake news, science is as far as regularly predicted here on the site. The first 3D printed heart is a fact. Scientists from Israel have succeeded in printing a heart out of their own DNA. The heart shown in the video below may then be that of the size of a […]

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Notre-Dame fire distraction for fire in Al-Aqsa Mosque Jerusalem (which must make way for temple)?

Filed in NEWS ANALYZES by on 15 April 2019 35 Comments
Notre-Dame fire distraction for fire in Al-Aqsa Mosque Jerusalem (which must make way for temple)?

The big fire in Notre Dame in Paris keeps the moods busy. At the same time, if the message is correct, another fire is going on, namely in the Al-Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem. The message comes from the Newsweek.com website and seems authentic, as far as that can be checked. Just click on the link. The […]

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"High school teacher infected with measles" more and more push towards compulsory vaccinations

Filed in NEWS ANALYZES by on 15 April 2019 7 Comments
"High school teacher infected with measles" more and more push towards compulsory vaccinations

In the past you just had measles and other diseases with funny names, so you had a nice day off from school and went to the mother's house to get sick. Nowadays the syringe has to be inserted and everyone is given the virus in advance to build up resistance. Then why did you suddenly survive, while […]

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What are the signals from which you can conclude that Julian Assange Wikileaks is a PsyOp?

Filed in NEWS ANALYZES by on 11 April 2019 20 Comments
What are the signals from which you can conclude that Julian Assange Wikileaks is a PsyOp?

What are the signals from which you can conclude that Julian Assange Wikileaks is a PsyOp (psychological operation)? You can actually make it out of almost everything. To begin with, Wikileaks has received all the media attention. The fact that the media promoted it this way has put Wikileaks on the map. You and I simply would never [...]

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Success again: regime change on the African continent, this time a coup in Sudan (land under Egypt)

Filed in NEWS ANALYZES by on 11 April 2019 6 Comments
Success again: regime change on the African continent, this time a coup in Sudan (land under Egypt)

Of course, America has nothing to do with it officially, because it seems to have started with an authentic protest from the population. Yet Sudan was on the black list of the US when it comes to 'state sponsors of terrorism' alongside Syria and Iran. Today the army seems to be taking the side of the population, after first […]

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Can you also follow Martin Vrijland on Instagram?

Filed in NEWS ANALYZES by on 11 April 2019 3 Comments
Can you also follow Martin Vrijland on Instagram?

Can you also follow Martin Vrijland on Instagram? I am actually a deeply rooted opponent of social media, but in the meantime I use the internet and social media to reach people. This applies to both Twitter and Facebook. Both channels are being censored more and more. However, what is even more striking is that people are not […]

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National survey trust in the media, what does that show?

Filed in NEWS ANALYZES by on 9 April 2019 4 Comments
National survey trust in the media, what does that show?

A nationwide survey of all levels of society regarding trust in the media clearly maps out how well the media are doing for you: Do we have a great deal of distrust of the media or do we at least doubt what they show us and do just a mistake here and there? [...]

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Donald Tusk's Brexit 'flex flexion' of a one-year smart way to force the UK back into the EU or a sham?

Filed in NEWS ANALYZES by on 5 April 2019 15 Comments
Donald Tusk's Brexit 'flex flexion' of a one-year smart way to force the UK back into the EU or a sham?

"The only reasonable way out would be a long but flexible delay," quotes a senior EU official Donald Tusk. “I would like to call it a flex extension. How would that work in practice? We could give the United Kingdom a one-year extension, with automatic termination once the Withdrawal Agreement is passed by the House of Commons […]

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British Cabinet Secretary Sir Mark Sedwill warns of acute recession with no-deal Brexit 12 April

Filed in NEWS ANALYZES by on 3 April 2019 10 Comments
British Cabinet Secretary Sir Mark Sedwill warns of acute recession with no-deal Brexit 12 April

"Food prices with 10% up, police unable to protect the public, direct domination in Ulster (Northern Ireland), worse recession than 2008," said Cabinet Secretary Sir Mark Sedwill in a "leaked letter". It may be clear that the chaos I predicted is a planned chaos, but it is interesting to […]

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