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Bibb County Superior Court Judge Verda Colvin brings a courtroom full of “Consider the Consequences” participants to tears and all she does is tell the truth. While the teens met in a courtroom with Judge Colvin, she asks “What do you want to do?” The judge goes on to tell them in the courtroom “You’re special. Stop being disrespectful to your parents. Care about your future. Be somebody. Anybody can be nothing. Be something. Care about yourselves. Do it. The only person stopping you is you. Do you understand me?”

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This video is about the continued dangers of nuclear weapons and the nuclear arms race in the post-cold war world, particularly nuclear winter but also modernizations by the US and Russian governments, EMPs (electromagnetic pulses), fallout, explosions, terrorism, other accidents, etc.

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Tony Gosling of Bristol UK FM’s “Politics Show” invited me on his show to discuss the precise nature of what is called “predictive programming.” I offer a military and propaganda context from which to understand it as a tactic for conditioning. We cover geopolitical movements, spy fiction, “hashtag revolutions,” and manipulation by social engineering elites by scientific techniques.

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Speaking to Congress today with an eye on major additional spending hikes, Army Chief of Staff Gen. Mark Milley warned that the planned force strength of 980,000 was far too small, and that there is a “high military risk” for the US to only have about a million troops.

Gen. Milley says there is “no way we can meet the imminent threats that we have around the world,” and that to handle all the “major operations” (i.e. wars) planned he wants at least another 220,000 troops on top of the planned number.

Milley estimated the cost at $1 billion for every additional 10,000 soldiers added, and warned that America would risk “literally having a hollow Army” if the money wasn’t spent, suggesting domestic military bases might have to be closed, something Congress almost universally opposes.


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‘There’s the official explanation for why NASA is spraying lithium, a pharmaceutical drug most often used to treat people with manic depression or bi-polar disorder, into our ionosphere, and then there is the probable reason(s). It would be easier to accept NASA’s official explanation if they were not so secretive about everything they study and do in space – but one thing is for certain – NASA’s own personnel have admitted that lithium, along with other chemicals, are intentionally being placed into our environment regularly. It is possible that many of NASA’s own employees aren’t even aware of the true motivations for carrying out such a project, ironically displaying the very behaviors that these chemicals/pharmaceuticals are meant to instill.’

Read more: NASA Confesses to Dosing Americans with Air-borne Lithium & Other Chemicals

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‘After spending over $1 trillion to develop the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter, the US Air Force is about to spend another $500 million to upgrade installations at Eielson Air Force Base to prepare for the aircraft’s arrival.

The controversial fighter jet has undergone a number of setbacks throughout its development. From cyberattack vulnerabilities to major issues with the plane’s propulsion system, it has taken over $1 trillion to bring just a handful of the new F-35s to flight-readiness.

But as the first fighters prepare to enter service, the Pentagon must brace for a new round of expenses.’

Read more: The Money Pit Deepens: US Air Force to Spend $500 Million on F-35 Base

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  • Robert Lopez, 37, was arrested Wednesday on three felony charges 
  • His neighbors called 911 after he was spotted watering his lawn naked while drinking a beer
  • When deputies tried to arrest him, he allegedly threw a knife and glass bottle at them while making verbal threats 
  • He was charged with assault with a deadly weapon on a peace officer resisting arrest and a misdemeanor for indecent exposure

A California man’s neighbors called the police on him after they spotted him outside naked while drinking a beer and water his lawn.

Fresno County sheriff’s deputies arrested Robert Lopez, 37, Wednesday on suspicion of indecent exposure and assault with a deadly weapon on an officer.

A deputy was called to his home around 7pm and requested a Kingsburg police officer to assist, because Lopez is known to be hostile toward law enforcement, the Fresno Bee reported. 

Authorities found Lopez to be drinking beer in his yard with no clothes on.

Fresno County sheriff's deputies arrested Robert Lopez (above), 37, Wednesday on suspicion of indecent exposure and assault with a deadly weapon on an officer

Fresno County sheriff’s deputies arrested Robert Lopez (above), 37, Wednesday on suspicion of indecent exposure and assault with a deadly weapon on an officer

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