"I believe that banking institutions are more dangerous to our liberties than standing armies. If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of their currency, first by inflation, then by deflation, the banks and corporations that will grow up around the banks will deprive the people of all property - until their children wake-up homeless on the continent their fathers conquered." -- Thomas Jefferson

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A recent poll showed that a quarter of US citizens back secessionist movements. Analysts say that this secessionist mood may be tied to mounting polarization within society. This trend is evident in heightened partisanship and strained relations between local governments and the federal government, especially on border security and immigration.

The recent assassination attempt on former President Donald Trump has shocked the world. The US, a country which describes itself as a defender of democracy, freedom and human rights, is becoming an unstable, dangerous and chaotic nation. Assassination attempts against presidential candidates are an extremely serious matter and indicate a status of institutional failure.

Joe Olson, Chris Weinert, and I discuss current events to sharply discern objective reality fit for news from corporate media bullshit to herd sheeple: here on BitChute and (censored on YouTube). Topics and stories informing analysis of today’s news: 1. NTK Trump “assassination attempt” analysis: 76-minute video: ‘Need to Know News’: lucid analysis of Trump “assassination attempt” (July 14, 2024) 2. New developments: Candace Owens CALLS BS On Trump Detail! No blood + 3 guys block view? Could they have used a blood capsule?

If there’s anything that certain, it’s that nothing is permanent. When we look back through history, we find that many great societies succumbed to societal collapse. Some have been conquered by outside forces, while others have decayed from within. In either case, the society or civilization has ceased to exist as it was once known. To think that the same can’t or won’t happen to us, is to deny one of the most important lessons of history.

Professor Emeritus Jim Fetzer, Brian Davidson, former Secret Service Agent John Carman and I discuss the July 13 “assassination attempt” on President Trump. We sharply discern objective reality fit for news from corporate media bullshit to herd sheeple: here on BitChute (censored on YouTube). Topics and stories informing our analysis: 1. “Shot heard ‘round the world”? A grazed ear and dead shooter? This is war Close-up of Trump’s ear Secret Service Confirms One Trump Rally Attendee Dead and Two Critically Injured Dead attendee? 2.
Brian Davidson and I discuss current events to sharply discern objective reality fit for news from corporate media bullshit to herd sheeple: here on BitChute and (censored on YouTube). Topics and stories informing analysis of today’s news: 1. Israel’s Orwellian-illegal ongoing War of Aggression on Gaza within US rogue state empire, “unreliable reporting”/propaganda, and WW3 scare: The Old Evil Israel Orders the Evacuation of Gaza City Atrocity amnesia undercuts UN commission report US State Dept.
The Second US Civil War? MikeRivero

We may well be witnessing a pivotal moment in history - a letter of support for Texas Governor Abbott, in his defiance of the federal regime, has been published and signed by governors of half the states in the very disunited United States.

Secessionist Sentiment Sweeps Across the US, Discover Which States Want Out MikeRivero

A recent poll showed that a quarter of US citizens back secessionist movements. Analysts say that this secessionist mood may be tied to mounting polarization within society. This trend is evident in heightened partisanship and strained relations between local governments and the federal government, especially on border security and immigration.

Harvard University has lifted the suspensions of five students for participating in a pro-Palestine encampment earlier this year after campus-wide pressure, student activists have said.

Students said the university had contacted them on Tuesday and informed them that their suspensions had been downgraded to probations. Dozens of other students who were initially placed on probation also had probation periods shortened, the students said.