Highly-Cited ‘Hamilton 68’ Russiagate Tracker Is Total Hoax — Matt Taibbi

Out of the caterwaul of cries proclaiming that Russian collusion, and Russian influence operations, were the only reason Donald Trump won the 2016 US election (a hoax funded and promoted by his opponent, Hillary Clinton), a website which claimed to track said Kremlin efforts sprung forth, and was used to justify baseless allegations;

Hamilton 68: a widely-cited, (indirectly) state-sponsored propaganda tool.

The website claims to monitor a secret list of Twitter accounts which they accused of Kremlin control, however it’s impossible to verify their claims as the group has never disclosed their methodology.


Here’s Why the Big Club and People Managing Ron DeSantis Hate Donald Trump

President Trump transmitted a message to congress, warning them not to cut Social Security and Medicare {Direct Rumble Link}.  Many politicians and pundits will look at Trump’s position from the perspective of it being good to campaign for older voters, but that’s not the core of his reasoning.

In 2016 CTH was the first place to evaluate the totality of President Trump’s economic policies; specifically, as those policies related to the entitlement programs around Social Security and Medicare.  We outlined the approach Trump was putting forth and the way he was approaching the issue.   In the years that followed, he was right.  He was creating a U.S. economy that could sustain all of the elements the traditional political class were calling “unsustainable.”

Before getting to the details, here’s his video message and policy as delivered yesterday.

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Fortunately, we do not have to guess if President Trump is correct. We have his actual economic policy results to look at and see how the expansion of the economy was creating the type of growth that would sustain Social Security and Medicare.  This was/is MAGAnomics at work.


Cardiac testing to be encouraged by NHS

This sounds like the suggestion Josh Stirling made on his Jan Jekielek interview a few days ago. He proposed this as a way to manage vax damage without saying that vax damage has happened. Jekielek countered that many will mistrust an initiative like this and that it will be a boon for testing services and other prescription drugs. Stirling said it may save one million lives, which is probably true. This looks like a compromise that will do good while also allowing many vaxxed to get tested and not lose face. This also may be the beginning of Big Medicine, Big Pharma, and Big Government quietly walking away from their vax and plandemic responsibilities. I see it as a mixed bag of good and bad. The vaxxed should get cardio and other tests. More lives will be saved sooner if we leave out vax-induced publicity at MSM levels.

Realistically, the perps are probably going to get away with all of it. Nebbishes who were vaxxed and won’t admit their mistakes shouldn’t have to die for their lack of character. In the interview, Stirling said he had been working on the testing plan and had already raised money and support, especially from within the insurance industry which wants to remain neutral on vax-injury. ABN

The main gods and goddesses of Lithuanian paganism before the introduction of Christianity

  1. Perkūnas, god of thunder and lightning.
  2. Žemyna, goddess of the earth and fertility.
  3. Laima, goddess of fate and destiny.
  4. Dievas, god of sky and heavens.
  5. Aukštaitis, god of the highlands.
  6. Gabija, goddess of fire.
  7. Saulė, goddess of the sun.
  8. Mėnulis, god of the moon.
  9. Vakarinė, goddess of the sunset.
  10. Rasa, goddess of the dew.

It’s worth noting that the pantheon of gods and goddesses in the Lithuanian paganism was not fixed, many local gods and goddesses were also venerated by different regions and tribes.

More about Žemyna

Žemyna is a goddess of the earth and fertility in Lithuanian paganism. She was one of the most important and widely worshipped goddesses in pre-Christian Lithuanian religion. She is often depicted as a nurturing and protective mother figure, who provides bountiful harvests, fertile land, and protects the people from drought and famine.

In addition to her role as a fertility goddess, Žemyna was also associated with the land, its fertility, and the well-being of the people who lived on it. She was believed to have the power to heal and protect animals, plants, and people. She was also associated with the natural cycles of the earth, such as the changing of the seasons and the cycles of growth and decay.

Žemyna was often invoked in rituals and ceremonies related to agriculture, such as planting and harvesting, as well as in rituals related to birth and marriage. She was also associated with the household, and was sometimes invoked to protect the home and its inhabitants.

After the introduction of Christianity in Lithuania, the worship of Žemyna and other pagan gods and goddesses was discouraged, but many people continued to venerate her and other deities in secret, and many of her attributes and associations were absorbed into Christian saints and holy figures.

More about Perkūnas

Perkūnas is the god of thunder and lightning in Lithuanian paganism. He is one of the most important and widely worshipped gods in pre-Christian Lithuanian religion. He was believed to be the ruler of the sky and the heavens and was associated with the natural phenomena of thunder and lightning.

Perkūnas was also considered as a god of justice, and was associated with law and order. He was believed to have the power to punish those who broke the moral and social laws of the community. In this role, he was seen as a defender of the community against chaos and disorder. He was also associated with war, and was sometimes invoked by warriors before going to battle.

Perkūnas was often depicted as a powerful and fearsome figure, wielding a hammer and a thunderbolt. He was also associated with the oak tree, which was believed to be sacred to him.

In rituals and ceremonies, offerings were made to Perkūnas, such as bread, meat, and alcohol. These offerings were made to appease him and gain his favor, particularly during times of drought or other natural disasters.

Like other deities of the Lithuanian pagan pantheon, Perkūnas worship was discouraged after the arrival of Christianity, but many people continued to venerate him in secret, and many of his attributes and associations were absorbed into Christian saints and holy figures.

[These entries were generated by ChatGPT. I think they are interesting. ABN]

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