Posts Tagged ‘thought’

A message to everyone in the “truth movement” who thought Trump was an “Illuminati pawn”

I can’t tell you how many people in the so call “truth movement” said things like Trump was a traitor. That he was under the control of his son in law Jared Kushner. Look Trump is a business man he makes contact with other wealthy business people in order to do what he needs to […]

Scientists discover ‘living fossil’ thought to have been extinct for 273mn years on ocean floor near Japan

Home » Archaeology, Asia, Environment » Scientists discover ‘living fossil’ thought to have been extinct for 273mn years on ocean floor near Japan     Two symbiotic marine lifeforms who somehow evaded the prying eyes of human scientists and ‘disappeared’ from the fossil record over a quarter of a billion years ago have been found […]

Black Lives Matter thought they had Washington’s ear. Now they feel shut out.

Now, leading Black activists say those issues aren’t getting the hearing they deserve. “It was grassroots and base building organizations that put our issues at the forefront. That’s who delivered this win to the administration,” said Amara Enyia, policy director for the Movement for Black Lives. “At minimum, those folks should be given an audience.” […]

Trumpland thought he’d get back on Facebook. Now, they’re anxious and scrambling.

Trump’s official line in response to the ruling showed no concern over the financial ramifications of it, though some anxiety about how it could impact his ability to communicate with his hordes of followers. He accused Facebook, Twitter, and Google of taking away his free speech, called them “corrupt” and demanded that they “pay a […]

I Thought I Knew How to Succeed as an Asian in U.S. Politics. Boy, Was I Wrong.

Other communities of color, other historically marginalized groups have made meaningful gains and long-lasting progress after vocally challenging the status quo. Asian Americans must do the same. Georgia, the state where my family runs their chicken farm and calls home, has been ground zero for an AAPI awakening—one that started even before the Atlanta shootings, […]

Moonshine – Passover Thought 2021

Moonshine – Passover Thought 2021 (adapted from prior years) Our Seder plans, recipes, programs and the conducting of the Seder can be complex, especially in the current COVID climate. I find it useful in complex times to remember the essence. Strange things are seen on the table, and someone says, “What’s going on?” Then the […]

Growing up in Iran, I thought the whole country celebrated Passover

Growing up in Iran, I never truly appreciated the difference between spring cleaning, New Year’s and getting ready for Passover. The Jewish holiday takes place almost simultaneously with the Persian New Year, known as Nowruz, when the whole country engages in a frenzy of preparations. Nowruz (A New Day), which marks the beginning of spring, […]

Woman Who Thought Being A Princess Was Too Hard Wants To Run For President

U.S.—The former Duchess of Sussex, who left the royal family after realizing how hard it was to be a princess, is now eyeing a presidential run. According to sources, Meghan Markle is networking with Democratic leaders for a possible shot at becoming America’s first female president. “Being a princess was, like, the absolute worst,” said Markle to […]

Menachem Kaiser thought he knew his family’s history, but he was wrong

(JTA) — When Menachem Kaiser set out to reclaim a building his grandfather’s family owned before the Holocaust in Sosnowiec, Poland, he thought it would take him 18 months at most. His grandfather, a Holocaust survivor, had already meticulously gathered paperwork and the documentation necessary. Instead, it’s been over six years since Kaiser began the […]

Pre-Columbian Explorers Settled the Bahamas Earlier Than Thought

New evidence suggests that the Bahamas were settled earlier than previously thought. But that’s not all. It appears that the first explorers to arrive on the islands transformed the entire landscape, rapidly. The Lucayan people were the original settlers of the Bahamas before the European conquest of the Americas in the late 15th century, after Columbus’s […]

Israel leading Scientist Admits: “The vaccine may not be as effective as we thought.”

FEBRUARY 06, 2021 BY GILAD ATZMON Introduction by GA: Israel struggles to understand its chaotic COVID-19 situation. The country voluntarily decided to mass vaccinate itself. Israel is clearly winning in the vaccination contest, yet the numbers of COVID-19 cases and deaths aren’t encouraging to say the least. As for this morning, Israel’s R number is back […]

Deborah Birx thought about quitting Trump’s Covid team: ‘Why would you put yourself through that?’

Dr Deborah Birx, the Trump administration’s Covid-19 task force coordinator, said in a new interview that she was “always” considering quitting her White House role amid the US’s chaotic response to the pandemic in 2020. In a new interview airing on Sunday’s Face the Nation, Ms Birx said she was heavily criticised for being seen […]

Andrew Yang smears BDS as rooted in Nazi thought (and sadly, he knows what he’s doing)

Entrepreneur Andrew Yang announced a run for New York mayor last week and today he penned a piece for the Forward, titled “My Vision for New York City’s Jewish Community” in which he said that the nonviolent Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions campaign targeting Israel is “rooted in antisemitic thought and history, hearkening back” to Nazi […]

David Luscombe’s “Medieval Thought” comes to Iranian bookstores 

TEHRAN – A Persian translation of David Luscombe’s “Medieval Thought” has recently been published by SAMT, an Iranian publisher that provides books for university students. The book has been translated into Persian by Meisam Sefidkhosh. The Middle Ages span a period of well over a millennium: from the emperor Constantine’s Christian conversion in 312 to […]

This Book Turns Everything You Thought You Knew About North Korea Upside Down

How 70 years of CIA deceit and mainstream media complicity convinced the American public that North Korea was the Bad Guy and the U.S. was the Good Guy—when it was almost always the other way around. In the United States today, North Korea is the standard reference point for modern-day totalitarianism: a land of darkness […]

The Sanctuary Of Thoth May Be The Original ‘Sanctuary of Thought’

The pretentious title “Sanctuary of Thought” might ring a bell for some if you are familiar with ancient Egyptian history. In the famous Westcar Papyrus , we find an interesting story about how Pharaoh Khufu obtained the sophisticated information necessary to build the Great Pyramid of Giza from the Heliopolitan Sanctuary of Thoth. If we […]

Hybrid cars may pollute more than previously thought, claims NGO

Hybrid cars may not be as green and clean as was previously thought. That’s according to a new report by the European climate NGO Transport and Environment, which has cast doubt on their CO2 emissions. It found that they could emit as much as eight times more carbon dioxide than previously thought. There are fears […]

MRI Reveals Joe Burrow Injury Worse Than Originally Thought

Everything about the way Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow reacted to his knee injury on Sunday suggested that he knew his 2020 season was over. On Monday, we learned that his injury was so severe that the start of his 2021 season may be in jeopardy as well. ESPN NFL reporter Adam Schefter tweeted that an […]

Why are we being censored? 1984 Thought Crime

Q Drop #4814OCTOBER 6, 2020 AT 8:41 PMQ Why are we being censored? Why are we being attacked daily?Why are we being condemned by Congress? 1984 thoughtcrime?What happens when people are no longer allowed to think freely?What happens when people are no longer allowed to challenge their authority?What happens when people no longer fight back?Q 00

Meet the teacher thought to be France’s most tattooed man

He is thought to be the most tattooed man in France. Sylvain, 35, a schoolteacher in Essonne, south of Paris, has spent nearly €60,000 having his body covered in designs. He has tattoos on his face and skull. He even has black ink in the whites of his eyes. “It’s torture, you’re keeping your eye […]

Biden Violated Social Distancing Rule When He Thought He Was Off Camera

Joe Biden, who emphasized the need for social distancing during his CNN town hall meeting on Thursday, violated his own rule once he thought he was off camera. Presidential nominee Joe Biden and moderator Anderson Cooper stood a significant distance apart on the outdoor stage in Moosic, Pensylvania. Breitbart reports: As Cooper went to a […]

Israeli cops thought the Palestinian shepherd stole a car. So they shot him in the head

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‘You thought it would stop at statues?’ Darwin exhibits at UK’s Natural History Museum may be canceled for being ‘offensive’

The UK’s Natural History Museum is reviewing options for its Charles Darwin exhibits, including possible removal, after an internal review ordered amid Black Lives Matter protests found that they could be deemed “offensive.” The museum’s directors are scrutinizing collections that may be considered “problematic,” which could lead to removal or lesser remedies, such as renaming, The […]

A Pilgrimage of Thought: The Divine Comedy by Dante Alighieri

The most widely read work of Florentine politician and writer Dante Alighieri, the Divine Comedy dictates a tale of the three realms of the afterlife as believed by the Italians of the Middle Ages. Broken into three parts, Inferno, Purgatorio, and Paradiso are individual cantos—defined as a version of an epic poem that is usually sung—that […]

Palestinian arrested in suspected stabbing attack initially thought to be a brawl

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Jemele Hill: If You Thought the United States Wasn’t Nearly as Bad as Nazi Germany, How Wrong You Are

Former ESPN host and current Atlantic writer Jemele Hill, said that those who believe the United States isn’t “nearly as bad as Nazi Germany,” are mistaken. The outspoken Trump-critic and liberal activist made the comments in a Twitter post on Sunday, after reading a book called Caste, by Isabel Wilkerson. Been reading Isabel Wilkerson’s new […]

Professor: Coronavirus ‘Not As Deadly As First Thought’ Govt Should Intervene To ‘Reassure The Population’

Carl Heneghan, Professor of Evidence-based medicine at Oxford University has said that the Coronavirus is not as deadly as was first thought and the public fear that is stopping the country returning to normal is unfounded. He says that said exaggerated fears over Coronavirus has led to “people going about their daily lives misunderstanding and […]

Be sure and check how sanitized your mask is – and spare a thought for the sweatshop labour

This appeared in my feed today. As the person who shared it said…”I hope everyone is enjoying their sanitized masks”. A point to ponder. I have no idea what country this hails from but I dare say they are paid pennies per day for their tireless, unrewarding slave labour… yet another blot on the books […]

EXHAUSTED! How To Regain, Restore and Replenish The “Endless Energy” You Thought Had Been Lost Forever – FREE Docuseries

When was the last time you felt as though you had boundless energy? When was the last time you sprang out of bed full of zest, instead of dragging yourself up reluctantly, still feeling worn out and tired? Most people feel tired, much of the time – but why? If only you could optimize your […]

The Life and Thought of Lysander Spooner

Podcast: Play in new window | Download | Embed FROM 2013: Today we’re joined by Gary Chartier of GaryChartier.net for a discussion about the life and work of Lysander Spooner. We talk about Spooner’s American Letter Mail Company, his abolitionist activism, and the development of his anarchist philosophy and his arguments against the state. Watch […]

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