The “Inside Job” Hypothesis of the 9/11 Attacks: JFK, Fidel Castro and the American Left – Counter Information

Comment by tonytran2015: I suspect that the main reasons were Kennedy’s attempt to let US Treasury take back the job of printing US money (still gold backed at that time) and his threat to disband some Security Agencies.

On November 23, 1963, the day after John F. Kennedy’s assassination, Fidel Castro gave a talk on Cuban radio and television.[1] He pulled together, as well as he could in the amount of time available to him, the evidence he had gathered from news media and other sources, and he reflected on this evidence.

The questions he posed were well chosen: they could serve as a template for those confronting complex acts of political violence.  Were there contradictions and absurdities in the story being promoted in the U.S. media? Who benefitted from the assassination?

Were intelligence agencies claiming to know more than they could legitimately know? Was there evidence of foreknowledge of the murder? What was the main ideological clash in powerful U.S. circles and how did Kennedy fit in? Was there a faction that had the capacity and willingness to carry out such an act? And so on.

But beneath the questions lay a central, unspoken fact: Castro was able to imagine—as a real possibility and not as mere fantasy—that the story being promoted by the U.S. government and media was radically false. He was able to conceive of the possibility that the killing had not been carried out by a lone gunman on the left sympathetic to Cuba and the Soviet Union, but by powerful, ultra-right forces, including forces internal to the state, in the United States.

Because his conceptual framework did not exclude this hypothesis he was able to examine the evidence that favoured it. He was able to recognize the links between those wishing to overthrow the Cuban government and take more aggressive action toward the Soviet Union and those wishing to get Kennedy out of the way…

What To Expect When Getting Your Roof Inspected – General Contractors in Chicago

Comment by tonytran2015: It is worth to hire a REALLY independent roof inspection specialist who is NOT incentivized by any roof repairs company.

If you’ve noticed shingles flying off your roof or a telltale leak, it’s time to call in the professionals for a professional inspection. This is especially important if you live in an area that experiences seasonal storms or heavy winds. A professional roofing inspection will help you determine the best course of action to keep your home protected.

Before you start making decisions about your roof, schedule a free inspection with a reputable roofing contractor. The inspector will take a look at the overall condition of your roof and provide you with suggestions on how to repair or replace any areas that need attention. This will help you decide what to do next and save you money by avoiding unnecessary repairs.

The inspector will do is take a careful look at your roof…

German Meat Industry Warn Of Empty Supermarket Shelves, Another 40% Jump In Meat Prices

German Meat Industry Warn Of Empty Supermarket Shelves, Another 40% Jump In Meat Prices Authored by John Cody via Remix News, The German meat industry has warned of impending supply bottlenecks, especially concerning pork, and a board member is putting at least some of the blame on Germany’s current left-wing government, which is well-known for…

The FALL of the CRYPTO CABAL: FTX was a massive money laundering slush fund for Democrats – ALERT – Apparent self-hack in progress to DRAIN all assets – DC Clothesline

…Sam Bankman-Fried, the now discredited CEO of FTX (which declared bankruptcy on Friday), had funneled tens of millions of dollars to Dem candidates in the mid-term elections (including John Fetterman who narrowly “won” over Oz). As reported earlier this year, “Crypto billionaire says he could spend a record-breaking $1 billion in 2024 election.”…

Globalists Lost By Winning US Midterms – Calculus of Decay

…Years ago I wrote of the “Glorious Day” when everything would belong to Bankers. The draft for the Federal Reserve Act was written in 1910 at Jekyll Island Georgia by agents of the Rothschilds, the Rockefellers and Warburgs. They gave Bankers the right to charge us interest on money they created out of nothing…

Inflation Was Always The Endgame

Inflation Was Always The Endgame Authored by Darlo Perkins via TS Lombard blog, There is beautiful irony in macroeconomics, a sort of inherent Minsky dynamic, or universal Goodhart law, that means that just when everyone thinks something is definitively true, it turns out to be spectacularly false. In fact, worse than that, the false belief…

Economically Ignorant Americans Want More Stimmy Checks To Fight Inflation

Economically Ignorant Americans Want More Stimmy Checks To Fight Inflation Via, Proving that most people have no idea what causes inflation, the majority of Americans in a recent poll said they want the federal government to hand out stimulus checks to combat inflation. In the poll commissioned by Newsweek, 63% of the respondents said they agreed…

White House deletes tweet about Social Security — RT World News

2 Nov, 2022 20:51

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White House deletes tweet about Social Security

Twitter users had earlier fact-checked the text and claimed it was actually bragging about sky-high inflation

White House deletes tweet about Social Security

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US President Joe Biden’s administration has quietly deleted from the official White House account a tweet posted on Tuesday that praised a big increase in Social Security payments.  

The move came after users had appended a fact-check arguing the president was effectively boasting about the high inflation rate. 

Seniors are getting the biggest increase in their Social Security checks in 10 years through President Biden’s leadership,” the tweet read. A skeptical user had added a note clarifying that the size of the cost-of-living increase is calculated proportional to inflation, meaning a record increase in one reflects a record increase in the other.

The text was deleted on Wednesday without explanation. An administration official later told Fox News the reason for the removal was that “the point was incomplete.” White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre responded similarly during a press conference on Wednesday afternoon, explaining the tweet had been posted “without context” before attempting to add that context.  

Because Medicare premiums will decline in 2023 for the first time in a decade, American seniors will have “a chance to get ahead of inflation” thanks to the “rare combination of rising benefits and falling [Medicare] premiums,” Jean-Pierre explained. “And let’s not forget about MAGA Republicans in Congress and their continued threat to threaten Social Security and Medicare,” she added, insisting both would be “on the chopping block” under a Republican government.

READ MORE: Elon Musk promises ‘most accurate source of information on Earth’

Unlike official Twitter fact-checks, Wednesday’s ‘community note’ about the link between Social Security payment increases and inflation was added by ordinary users and voted up to the point where it appeared on the White House tweet. This is a relatively recent feature the platform’s newly-minted owner Elon Musk had described earlier that day.  

Inflation has reached a 40-year high under the Biden administration, boosting the Social Security cost-of-living increase to 8.7% for 2023, the largest hike since 1981. With less than a week to go before the mid-term elections, nearly half of the respondents to a poll conducted last week said inflation (or “the economy” in general) was the most important issue they would consider when voting.

Ben Bernanke’s Nobel Prize: The Committee Rewards an Arsonist for Claiming to Fight the Fire He Started | MCViewPoint

Their work is highly suspect from the view of economic theory and is derived from the point of view of history and the social sciences. They neglect the overall situation they are trying to explain, the role of institutions, and the basics of government intervention. For example, Bernanke’s work does not explain why the “situation” occurred in the first place, what the government did from the outset, or how it could be prevented in the future, except for ever-increasing government and Fed intervention...