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Our server isn't really equipped for podcasts, any trouble with the audio go to our Substack site: Jack Heart's Conversations from the porch - Episode 41 (substack.com)Dr. Mike Yeadon's censored address to the Members of...
It amazes me what captivates the imaginations of the indolent who, like a junkie working the street for a fix, surf the internet twenty-four seven for when all is said and done amounts to nothing...
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Jack Heart expounds on last week’s 10 minute rant
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Cover Photo: William SteadSometimes we grow so weary of painting pictures for the blind. Most recently on the ninth of June in various venues we published Pirates Scuttle the Titanic. Its an excerpt from Century...
Cover Photo: PinterestDr. Lee Merritt Breaks It Down! Deep State's Babylonian Word Magic...The Sun Spot Cycle, Psyops & Influenza, Vibrations & Toxins, Optogenetics & the Travis Scott Concert! (VIDEO)Phil Schneider, who looked and talked more...
Ҥ 712 It firmly believes, professes, and teaches that the matter pertaining to the law of the Old Testament, of the Mosaic law, which are divided into ceremonies, sacred rites, sacrifices, and sacraments, because...
Jack and Phil participate in the Cumberland County Memorial Day Ceremonies in Crossville, Tennessee. It was, as always a day of reflection upon those from this county who died in combat throughout our nation's history....
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The men entered through Kuyumcular Kapısı or the Jeweler’s Gate on the east side of Constantinople’s Grand Bazaar.  They were led by a tall man; Mahmed Sheyket Pasha, over fifty but still lean and muscular as a greyhound. He was the most powerful man in the military and right then, the most powerful man in the fading Ottoman Empire. As commander of the third army, and with his own hand selected reactionary force called the Army of Action, Sheyket Pasha was the de facto head of the Young Turks. He was followed closely by a slightly shorter and much younger man with a barrel chest, dressed all in black. Captain Kemal Atatürk was the toughest man in the army and anyone who had ever met him knew it. Sheyket Pasha trailed his bejeweled sword on his belt, supplemented with a German Luger pistol.