Posts Tagged ‘fiction’

UC protests test the limits of Zionist fiction

The aftermath of the violence at UCLA illustrates that we live in an upside-down world where we decry property damage on college campuses as we fund the genocide in Gaza, and where we advocate for free speech until it says “stop the genocide.” Source

Bill C-63: “Like Something Out of a Science-Fiction Horror Fantasy”

renegade March 14, 2024 2 min read 7 Renegade Editor’s Note: Calling the bill “fascism” and quoting Ezra Levant makes me cringe, but I am posting this article to make you aware of the bill. By John C. A. Manley Justin Trudeau is trying to pass Bill C-63 into law — which would make it illegal […]

Stranger Than Historical Fiction: The Haavara Agreement

“Haavara [was] a company for the transfer of Jewish property from Nazi Germany to Palestine. The Trust and Transfer Office Haavara Ltd., was established in Tel Aviv, following an agreement with the German government in August 1933, to facilitate the emigration of Jews to Palestine by allowing the transfer of their capital in the form of German export goods. The Haavara Agreement […]

The Israeli Massacre At Al-Ahli Hospital In Gaza: Fact vs Fiction

On Tuesday, October 17, it was reported that an Israeli airstrike was carried out against the al-Ahli Hospital in the besieged Gaza Strip, killing at least 500 people and sparking a public out-roar across the Middle East. After realizing the sheer scope of the bloody massacre that was carried out, the Israeli government instantly took […]

When In Rome: Legends – Fact Or Fiction, Does It Matter?

The Greeks exhibited an amazing aptitude for fashioning myths about gods and heroes. Not so the Romans, who failed to produce an independent mythological tradition.  Read more Section:  News Premium Preview Read Later  Source

“Asymptomless carrier” claim was FICTION: Unless a person shows symptoms, COVID transmission rarely occurs, reveals Lancet study

(NaturalNews) One of the world’s most prestigious medical journals has published a paper showing that asymptomatic transmission of the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19)… Source

U.S. “History” Books Should Be Filed Under ‘F’ For Fiction

“when they remind us of their constitutional rights [to own slaves], I acknowledge them not grudgingly but fully and early; and I would give them any legislation for the claiming of their fugitives”. (Indicating support for the Fugitive Slave Act of 1850.) Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation was a war time attempt to start a slave revolt […]

Child Sex Trafficking From Ukraine: Fact, Fiction and Extrapolation

July 15, 2023 Declan Hayes Westwards child sex trafficking is a much more serious issue than are the trumped-up charges NATO laid against Russian President Putin. In examining the issue of child sex trafficking from Ukraine, this article is divided into seven parts. We first place the allegations NATO raised against Russian authorities into our […]

Fact or Fiction? Tullus Hostilius, the Legendary Roman Warrior King

Tullus Hostilius, the third legendary king of Rome, is a figure shrouded in myth and legend. Read more Section:  News Myths & Legends Europe History Famous People Read Later  Source

Fake Crime! The Fiction of ‘Seditious Conspiracy’

Last Thursday, Enrique Tarrio, a reputed national leader of the Proud Boys organization was convicted in federal court of seditious conspiracy along with three-co-defendants. This conviction in a District of Columbia court represents a victory for the Justice Department which has now charged more than a thousand people with “crimes” related to the January 6 […]

EctoLife: Does This “Fiction” Foreshadow Artificial Wombs and Pod Babies?

A video promoting a fictional EctoLife facility recently went viral.  It featured pods in which babies could be grown from conception to birth.  Source

James Corbett separates climate fact from fiction

via The Activation Podcast: On this episode of The Activation podcast Derrick Broze interviews returning guest James Corbett regarding his work on climate change. James has been researching the claims about climate change since 2007 and has produced dozens of reports and podcast dissecting the various claims about anthropogenic climate change. Derrick and James discuss […]

Interview 1761 – James Corbett Separates Climate Fact From Fiction

via The Activation Podcast: On this episode of The Activation podcast Derrick Broze interviews returning guest James Corbett regarding his work on climate change. James has been researching the claims about climate change since 2007 and has produced dozens of reports and podcast dissecting the various claims about anthropogenic climate change. Derrick and James discuss […]

Alex Jones’ ‘Great Reset’ book hits #1 best selling non-fiction book in America, but the New York Times REFUSES to list it

(Natural News) More left-wing bias by one of the country’s oldest newspapers was in evidence again this week after Infowars founder Alex Jones’ new book topped non-fiction lists. “The Great Reset: And the War for the World” soared to No. 1 and actually outsold the non-fiction title atop The New York Times bestseller list but the […]

Alex Jones’ ‘Great Reset’ book hits #1 best selling non-fiction book in America, but the New York Times REFUSES to list it

(Natural News) More left-wing bias by one of the country’s oldest newspapers was in evidence again this week after Infowars founder Alex Jones’ new book topped non-fiction lists. “The Great Reset: And the War for the World” soared to No. 1 and actually outsold the non-fiction title atop The New York Times bestseller list but the […]

Left-Wing Guardian Review Trashes ‘My Son Hunter’: ‘Fiction-Laced Retelling of Hunter Biden Laptop Nothingburger … for Fringe Lunatics’

It was a forgone conclusion that mainstream movie critics — virtually all of whom are far-left radicals — would trash “My Son Hunter.” Throwing himself onto what will inevitably be a left-wing pile-on, The Guardian’s assigned reviewer Charles Bramesco led the charge on Tuesday, delivering a snide pan while also playing white knight to Hunter […]

Prophets For Profit: Telling The Future – Fiction, Fact Or Funny

Technically speaking, a prophet is one who is believed to speak for God, but generally speaking, when people hear the word ‘prophet’, they tend to think of one who sees the future. In popular parlance, ‘prophesying’ or ‘telling the future’ is the same thing. Read more Section:  News History Read Later 

Gain of Fiction

Gain of Fiction  “The only way that the gain of function/bioweapon narrative makes any sense is if the original Latin definition for the word “virus” is used to explain what is happening in this research. In Latin, “virus” means “liquid poision” and what virologists are doing is simply creating a liquid poison in a lab […]

We Have Arrived Into the Dystopian Future Dreamed Up by Science Fiction Writers

“The Internet is watching us now. If they want to. They can see what sites you visit. In the future, television will be watching us, and customizing itself to what it knows about us. The thrilling thing is, that will make us feel we’re part of the medium. The scary thing is, we’ll lose our […]

The Mysterious Dropa Stones – Fact or Fiction?

The Dropa stones are said to be a set of 716 circular stone discs dating back 12,000 years on which tiny hieroglyphic-like markings can be found. Each disc is said to measure up to 1 foot in diameter and carry two grooves, originating from a hole in their centre, in the form of a double […]

Fact or Fiction? The Obscure Origins of the Greek Alexander Romance

The Greek Alexander Romance , often referred to as a ‘pseudo-Callisthenes’ production, is in one form or another one of the most influential and widely read books of all time; it has birthed a whole literary genre on Alexander the Great and his campaigns across the Persian Empire. But where and when did it first […]

Sean Parnell’s fiction thriller features graphic violence against women

“He tried to choke me out on a couch and I literally had to bite him,” Snell said in a Butler, Pa. courtroom, according to the Inquirer. “He was strangling me.” Snell’s tearful testimony included a claim that Parnell pinned her down and called her a “whore” and “piece of s—,” the newspaper reported. In […]

Bombshell: PCR tests can’t identify Delta Variant; it’s all fiction

By Jon Rappoport Oooo. The Delta Variant. It’s everywhere. Watch out. It’s under your rug. It’s in the clothes closet. It’s on your toothbrush. And it’s The Unvaccinated who are spreading it. Those devils. We, who are pure, must be protected from the unvaxxed Unclean. Fauci, the god of soccer moms, rises every morning saying DELTA, […]

Roman Historian’s Cleopatra’s Pearl Story: Is It Fact or Fiction?

“Cleopatra’s Pearl”  is a story told by the Roman author Pliny the Elder in his famous long-read book  Natural History . According to this tale, the last Ptolemaic ruler of Egypt, Cleopatra VII, drank a goblet of vinegar after a priceless pearl was dissolved in it. Pliny claims that this was done by the Egyptian […]

Parables, flying scrolls and fiction: What is evil?

It is easy for derivative theoreticians who cannot creatively comprehend the deconstructive nature of creative texts to dismiss creative processes and their decentered layers and structures by highlighting a single element of a creative text, ignoring the fact that there are innumerable elements in the texts that act on each other to produce multiple levels […]

Militaries Plunder Science Fiction for Technology Ideas, But Turn a Blind Eye to the Genre’s Social Commentary

By Will Slocombe, University of Liverpool Military planning is a complicated endeavour, calling upon experts in logistics and infrastructure to predict resource availability and technological advancements. Long-range military planning, deciding what to invest in now to prepare armed forces for the world in thirty years’ time, is even more difficult. One of the most interesting tools for […]

No Longer Science Fiction: Graphene-Based Brain Control Technology Announced (Graphene Oxide in Covid Vaccines?)

With an increasing number of people becoming aware of graphene oxide being identified in covid vaccines, a company called INBRAIN Neuroelectronics demonstrates that graphene-based “neuromodulation” technology using AI-powered neuroelectronics is very real. A March 30th, 2021 press release published by BusinessWire.com reveals the story: INBRAIN Neuroelectronics Secures $17 Million in Series A Funding for First […]

Physicist: Climate Change is a ‘Fiction of the Media’ – Politicians Have ‘Never Read the Science’

By Angelica Stabile, FOXnews.com Climate change is a farce created by the media and the politicians it benefits, physicist Steven Koonin told Tucker Carlson in a new episode of Fox Nation’s “Tucker Carlson Today.” “It’s a fiction of the media,” he said. “And the politicians who like to promote that notion.” According to data from […]

Pseudo-History or Famed Fiction? Geoffrey of Monmouth’s Historia

Geoffrey of Monmouth has gone down in history for his classic epic, the Historia Regum Britanniae , known in English as The History of the Kings of Britain . This masterpiece of medieval literature is well-known for being the origin of the story of King Arthur most of us are familiar with today. But, what […]

Max Gross’ ‘Lost Shtetl’ wins best fiction from Assoc. of Jewish Libraries

The Association of Jewish Libraries has given Max Gross its annual award for best Jewish fiction, for his debut novel “The Lost Shtetl.” The latest recognition for Gross’s mesmerizing modern-day Yiddish tale was announced Monday by the professional organization of Judaica librarians. “To Be a Man: Stories,” by Nicole Krauss, and “Apeirogon: A Novel,” by […]

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