EBooks are Changing the Way We Read and Write

by Jillian Casey Although it is a bit cliché, on my bookshelf, I have a well-worn copy of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, and the novel has been read so many times that it practically fal…

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COVER-UP: Rigged Elections Are An American Tradition – By Paul Craig Roberts

This is really serious. If this is the case, why then the hoopla?


Source – paulcraigroberts.org

“…It the past it was difficult to steal elections unless they were very close….the new method, which is unfolding before our eyes, steals the election in advance with the Oligarchs’ candidate far ahead in the polls (now by 12 points according to the latest fiction) and by making anyone who questions the faked results into a fascist dictator”:

(The Presstitutes Have Set Up The Election To Be Stolen – By Paul Craig Roberts)

Over the course of its history, the New York Times has reported on many American elections that have been rigged or stolen or are suspected of having been being rigged or stolen. For example, as a supporter of the black civil rights movement, the NY Times has many stories in its archives of elections rigged by disenfranchisement of black voters.

(Also Read: Rigged Elections Are An American Tradition, http://www.paulcraigroberts.org/2016/10/21/rigged-elections-are-an-american-tradition-paul-craig-roberts/)

But this was…

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NARCO-POLITIK: ‘Silver Opium’, The Anglo-American Axis and the Eastern Revenge


Source – thedailycoin.org

“…If you simply remove opium or change it’s name to US Dollars you will see that nothing has changed. The heroin addicts now live on Wall Street and trade Treasury Bonds for manufactured goods out of China. The opium war still rages, but the suppliers and destinations have changed. The magnitude has changed, but the over-lords are still the same”:

(Silver opium – The Eastern revenge)

The same play-book is being used against you today

silver coin, china, panda coin
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TDC Note – Originally published in 2014. With the explosion of heroin in the U.S., and around the world, it seems appropriate to look at some of the history and where the problem originates.

When I began to explore the opium wars, which began in the early 1700’s and came into full view in the early 1800’s, Britain, France and the United States, had taken full aim at China…

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Island Dreaming on this October Day~

So picturesque, all of them.

Vancouver Island is full of stunning hiking opportunities. This Marina was the trailhead for one hike,
where we were greeted by a curious fawn!
The hike wound through pristine rain forest,
and river gorges with wildlife all around us.

The beach was mostly empty and the water so pristine, it formed perfect mirrored surfaces for reflection.
A killdeer was unconcerned with our arrival at his beach.

The crystalline sea water,
makes sea anenome look like they weren’t under water.
Although all of these shots were taken through sea water, there was no distortion. This is what perfectly clean sea water looks like. We don’t have this in California!
We have been home at The Holler for several weeks now, but these photos send cheers to you from beautiful and unspoiled Vancouver Island~

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Jeremiah 18

Arlin Sorensen's Thoughts on Scripture

Jeremiah 18 has our prophet getting some lessons at the potter’s house.  God’s word came to him as he watches and learns from the potter who is working at his wheel.  “Arise, and go down to the potter’s house, and there I will let you hear my words”.  Jeremiah does and enters the house to see the potter create something that didn’t turn out as desired, so he reworked it into another vessel.  God gives Jeremiah the first of His words: “can I not do with you as this potter has done? declares the Lord.  Behold, like the clay in the potter’s hand, so are you in my hand”.  The truth is clear that God is the Author of life.  God is sovereign and has the right to do whatever He wishes with us.  But He wants to created good.

God gives Jeremiah two possible outcomes…

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