Bacon bits and blowflies: linguistic analyses of news stories

I don't know who has a longer memory: me, or the internet. But I do recall the days before fake news too the place of "journalism." So-in the story below-note how the headline-which was once protected speech-is now "classified" as a "symbolic interaction" that is attacked all along it's internet journey from the old LA … Continue reading Bacon bits and blowflies: linguistic analyses of news stories

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I get letters,part tang, as in “Tong.” And triads.

長時間沒有看到龍堂! Hao jiu bu jian, jiu long tong! Hong Kong has been peeking in and reading this blog ever since the apartheid bankster state of South Africa sent out the cricket signal. And we know who THOSE guys are, right Beijing? The MSS prolly is on your case already-and if they are not, shoot me … Continue reading I get letters,part tang, as in “Tong.” And triads.

The UN’s “Transatlantic organized crime” initiative: Pulling the number 13 out of a rabbit hole

I have demonstrated in multiple places on this blog that OGS is frequently implicated in cases that target the "control of the sex supply," as international banking interests and billionaires seek to become the pimps of our daughters; but also that frequent targets are "free agency prostitutes," and whole industries where profit is derived from … Continue reading The UN’s “Transatlantic organized crime” initiative: Pulling the number 13 out of a rabbit hole

Feminism, safe spaces, cry bullies and organized gang stalking: the case of the Rwandan Genocide and ’empowered women.’

The Rwandan Genocide was a "women's war." Much of the research on organized gang stalking indicates a police element run amok as it works with the "community policing scheme" that favors the lop-sided narrative of violence, which internationalists phrase as "male" and then, 'shelters' the worst elements of criminality in the heart of what is … Continue reading Feminism, safe spaces, cry bullies and organized gang stalking: the case of the Rwandan Genocide and ’empowered women.’

Val is an electrician, and he was approached as a gang stalking recruit in an environment loaded with Durkheim’s ‘anomie’

Val is a merchant mariner, one of the most noble professions I can think of. When he is not at sea, he works with his family as an apprentice electrician, in a wealthy area of a large city. Then, like most men who are men, he spends some time when he is not at sea … Continue reading Val is an electrician, and he was approached as a gang stalking recruit in an environment loaded with Durkheim’s ‘anomie’