Monday, July 22, 2019

TTR Episode 28: JM Talboo & Larry Pinkney Talk Black Panthers, Racism, Trump, Vomitstream Media, Censorship, Being Conspiracy Analysts NOT Theorists, 9/11 Truth, UFOs and More!

TTR Episode 28: JM Talboo & Larry Pinkney Talk Black Panthers, Racism, Trump, Vomitstream Media, Censorship, Being Conspiracy Analysts NOT Theorists, 9/11 Truth, UFOs and More!

Show Notes/More Info:

"Larry Pinkney is a veteran of the Black Panther Party, the former Minister of Interior of the Republic of New Africa, a former political prisoner, and the only American to have successfully self-authored his civil/political rights case to the United Nations under the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights. He is an editorial board member of the online publication, The Black Commentator. He also is a former university instructor of political science and international relations, and is in the archives at Stanford University, California of Dr. Huey P. Newton who was co-founder of the Black Panther Party in connection with his political organizing activities in opposition to voter suppression and other issues. He authors the "Keeping It Real" column in the national publication The Black Commentator ( He is highlighted in the book, William Mandel, Saying No to Power: Autobiography of a 20th Century Activist and Thinker (Introduction by Howard Zinn). Larry Pinkney also has been interviewed on national news programs, including The MacNeil/Lehrer News Hour."


Who are the New Black Panthers? ‘60s radicals say new group doesn’t embody their ideals:

The Martyr by Immortal Technique Lyrics:

Donald Trump a Racist?:

Who is Criticizing Black Lives Matter?:

Trump is Right, NFL Players Should Quit Kneeling - More Whites Than Blacks Are Shot by Police and Adjusting for Population is a Moot Point When Considering Crime Statistics Showing Black Crime and Violence is Astronomically Out of Proportion - Police Violence against Black Men Is Rare And the media narrative to the contrary is damaging - Steve Mnuchin: Trump sees anthem protests as disrespecting the military, veterans and fallen heroes:

Gun Control is a Snake Oil "Cure" for a Nonexistent Crisis:

"SEND HER BACK" Chant Rings Out At Trump Rally And It Was GREAT:

Trumps Master Plan Worked: AOC and Ilhan Omar are the Face of the Democrats, Now - GOP Reps TURN On Trump Over "Back To Country" Comments!:

Lists: Mixed Bag, Trump is Wrong, Trump is Right:

Censorship Info:

Truth Teller's Radio Censored:

PJW: Facebook Put a Fatwa On Me:

How the CIA Invented and Weaponized the Term "Conspiracy Theory":

Alex Jones in the News Again for Sandy Hook Lawsuits - What Exactly Did He Say FOR REAL NO SPIN and Why is Free Speech Never Brought Up? - Jones Has Been Targeted for What He Gets Right Not Something He May Have Got Wrong:

Analyzing the official story of an historical event and considering the political impact of it, even if that means offending people involved, is not a crime. It's exercising free speech and just plain smart if one knows their history concerning government corruption and proven conspiracies.

These 33 conspiracy theories turned out to be true and here are 42 admitted false flag attacks. Source:

Sorry, I always question whether people's indignation is healthy when others question if people actually died in an event. Seeing as how our government actually put these phrases in a document...

"Casualty lists in US newspapers would cause a helpful wave of national indignation."
"Conduct funerals for mock-victims"

Many people subconsciously make the mistake of only seeing the issues concerning 9/11 in black and white, as opposed to shades of gray. This is known as the black-or-white fallacy. In this case, the false dilemma is: 9/11 was either carried out by Al-Qaeda or it was "an inside job."

Just because the evidence suggests that rogue elements of the US government and intelligence apparatus, as well as other international intelligence agencies, were involved, doesn't mean bin Laden and Al-Qaeda hijackers weren't involved.

In the fight to uncover the truth about 9/11 we must contend with individuals and groups that distort, omit and lie about important details in order to defend the official narrative - the 911 truth debunkers.

The NORAD-stand-down, various whistleblowers, and physical evidence centered around the destruction of the 3 World Trade Center Buildings in New York, make a strong case that the attacks involved substantial inside help...

Epstein Pedogate Info:

President Trump on UFOs: I'm not a believer but anything's possible:

Truth Teller's Radio Episode 13 - UFO Disclosure is Happening RIGHT NOW Under Trump:

m o d e r n i t y - Based Gays Speak Out Against Pride Parades - Vermont to Allow Taxpayer-Funded Transgender Sex Reassignment Surgeries for Children:

All People Have a Right to Marriage & All Children Need Male and Female Role Models:

5.7 Million in Taxpayer Funds for Study to Justify Sterilizing Children Who Are Gender Confused

University Caves to Mob. Deletes Study About Gender Dysphoria:

Transgenderism is Ideology NOT Science! (Dr. Leonard Sax Uncut) | Louder With Crowder:

LGBT activists slam ‘the most important psychiatrist of the last half-century’ because he debunks transgender ideology:

1600 Daily: Ivanka Trump on "an unbelievable story" in America’s heartland

Ivanka Trump on "an unbelievable story" in America’s heartland

This past Friday marked one year since President Trump announced his Pledge to America’s Workers, a landmark effort to train and reskill our nation’s workforce.

The results have been incredible, with more than 9 million training opportunities pledged for American job seekers and students. In honor of the Pledge’s success, Advisor to the President Ivanka Trump traveled to Iowa last week to get a first-hand look at one of the training centers where American ingenuity is taking off.

“Iowa has an unbelievable story,” she said. “This is a great climate, a great opportunity. But it brings to bear a unique challenge, which is the fact that people need [skilled] workers.” More of those newly skilled workers will be prepared to step in soon: Hy-Vee CEO Randy Edeker committed to 15,000 more opportunities for U.S. workers on Friday.

“This is exactly why it's so important to leave D.C.,” Ms. Trump said.

The Pledge to America’s Workers has nearly 10 million commitments in year one.

50 years later, it’s time for another ‘giant leap’ for mankind

On Saturday, America celebrated the 50th anniversary of the first Moon landing.

That achievement captivated the world, including millions of Americans who watched history unfold before their eyes. “For one brief moment, all the people of the world were truly one,” Vice President Mike Pence said Saturday at the Kennedy Space Center.

  Watch: Vice President celebrates Moon landing with Apollo 11 astronauts

“All at once, the nation held its breath — as through the crackling broadcast we listened to, we heard Neil Armstrong use those immortal words: ‘That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind,’” the Vice President said from Apollo 11’s launch site.

“In that moment, the men of Apollo 11 did more than help expand our understanding of Creation, and they did more than win the Space Race. They brought together our nation.”

The Apollo 11 mission ignited enthusiasm across America for space exploration—a flame that unfortunately waned over time. It’s been more than 48 years since an American walked on the Moon. The National Space Council, disbanded in 1993, lay dormant for nearly a quarter of a century before President Donald J. Trump resurrected it.

Americans are looking to the stars once again. President Trump has committed to putting Americans back on the Moon by 2024. The United States will seek to establish a sustainable human presence on the Moon by 2028, and then chart a path forward for the exploration of Mars from there.

“The next man—and the first woman—on the Moon will be American astronauts,” the Vice President said on Saturday. “We’re going back.”

50 Years After Walking on the Moon, It’s Time for Another ‘Giant Leap’ 

Vice President Pence: We’re Heading Back to the Moon and Then on to Mars

Photo of the Day

Official White House Photo by Shealah Craighead
President Donald J. Trump and First Lady Melania Trump pay their respects to retired U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice John Paul Stevens at the Supreme Court of the United States in Washington, D.C. | July 22, 2019

Friday, July 19, 2019

Showdown! Trump Takes On Turkey Over Russian Missile Purchase (Liberty Report)

Turkey's decision to purchase a Russian-made missile defense system has led the Trump Administration to cancel its planned sale of 100 F-35 fighters to Turkey. Also under a 2017 law to punish Russia for "meddling" in US elections, Trump will be obligated to apply sanctions to Turkey - a NATO ally!

The Turkish Government has been shifting away from secularism and supported ISIS (along with Gulf Nations and Western Intelligence), and currently supports Al Qaeda groups with its occupation in Northern Syria.

[Posted at the SpookyWeather blog, July 20th, 2019.]

Pew: 91% Democrats see violence next in war of words


After a week that saw President Trump and his foes toss toxic words at each other, there is now a warning that the next phase could be “violence.”
Nearly 8 of 10 Americans told the Pew Research Center that supporters for both sides could “act” on the politically charged rhetoric with violence. It was higher for Democrats, 91%, than Republicans, 61%.
And they want politicians to cool it.
“Americans broadly agree that elected officials should avoid using heated language because it could encourage violence. Nearly three-quarters of Americans (73%) say this, while just a quarter believe that elected officials ‘Should be able to use heated language to express themselves without worrying about whether some people may act on what they say,’” warned the center.
“While majorities in both parties say officials should avoid heated language, this view is more widely held among Democrats (83%) than Republicans (61%),” it added.
Trump is cited by a majority for stirring up the situation, but, like anything “Washington” today, there is partisan division.

More from The Examiner


Pro-Trump conservative refuses to back down in face of political correctness

The woman chosen as Miss Michigan World America was stripped of her title Thursday after butting heads with the organization over her conservative-leaning political views.
Kathy Zhu says she was booted from the Miss World America pageant “due to my refusal to try on a hijab in 2018, my tweet about black on black gun violence, and ‘insensitive’ statistical tweets.”
“Miss World America’s State/National/Chief Director accused me of being racist, Islamaphobic, and insensitive,” Zhu wrote on Twitter, posting the director’s email to her, along with her own response which calls out Sharia Law.
In one of the supposedly offensive tweets, Zhu, who campaigned with Chinese-Americans for Trump in 2016, mentioned a statistic about the black murder rate.
“Did you know the majority of black deaths are cause by other blacks?” Zhu wrote. “Fix first before blaming others.”
Zhu also released text messages detailing the circumstances that led to her returning her crown and sash.
In a letter back to the organization, Zhu refused to back down to the organization’s political correctness and further shed light on the “hijab” incident.
“Do you know what is ‘insensitive’?” she asked the pageants’ directors. “What’s ‘insensitive’ is that women in the middle east are getting STONED TO DEATH for refusing to obey they husband’s order to wear hijabs.”
“A muslim woman tried to FORCIBLY put a hijab on my head without my permission. I tweeted about it on my social media, and it got the attention of the media. Almost everyone was supportive of me refusing to be put in that situation.”
“Are the people of [Miss World America] implying that they advocate for the punishment of women who refuse to wear a hijab?” she wrote.
On Friday, Zhu posted a video thanking her supporters after her story went viral on social media.

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