They used to tell us flying was safer than driving your car. That reputation has officially been flushed down ye olde crapper.
The recent rash of plane incidents is concerning, and seems to be increasing.
I shared the curious one in Kerrville, Texas where the Beechcraft seemed to simply drop out of the sky; we had the Boeing 737 from Guantanamo exhibit odd behaviour and skid into the river; and yesterday’s horrific hard landing in Moscow that was also very odd and took a high death toll.
It doesn’t seem that the Boeing 737 Max8 is the issue, now does it? They can’t blame it on the same faulty technology. They can’t even blame it on Boeing.
If you think these are coincidences, I don’t know what to tell you other than technology exists that has not been common knowledge to the public and the struggle for world domination is in full swing. This is the end game and there will be casualties, unfortunately.
Sir Patrick Mack tries to lighten it up with his usual well-researched analyses punctuated by endearing animal antics and other silliness to pull us out of the doldrums.
Q Anon/News – A BORing Story – In Pursuit of Truth Presents – 5.6.19
Here’s another giggle courtesy of the deep state, who apparently can’t afford a laugh track. Thanks to Naughty Beaver from Canada’s East Coast for the share.
IF, these folks are role-playing… just IF… is this part of the “PAIN” Q spoke of… maybe? Talk about awkward… right up there with Hillary’s heckler. These might be considered “perp walks”. Shame and pain. Load em’ up, folks.
Zuckerberg Cracks A Joke About Privacy. Audience Response Is PRICELESS! Naughty Beaver
FYI, there was a church fire in Phoenix, AZ on May 1st I just learned of and they suspect arson. No kidding?
St. Joseph’s Catholic Church burned to the ground despite crews working all night.
Simon Parkes did a super show this past weekend on Connecting Consciousness—despite having his equipment shut down TWICE and having to redo portions of the Q&A. I thank he and Becky for persevering because the subject material was fascinating, as always, and very informative. His opening remarks are on recent events as he sees them from his perspective/intelligence sources but the listener questions always venture into the weeds where most don’t go and Simon has unique perspectives.
2019 05 04 Connecting Consciousness – Simon Parkes
I also hadn’t got around to sharing Thomas Williams video version of the Truth, Honor & Integrity Show last Thursday, so here’s that, as well. An excellent show, as always, with some of our most reliable and unique intel.
Dave’s X22 update for Sunday was top drawer. He told us a few days ago that he was censored and I saluted him when he said that. He got the badge of honour. Congrats, Dave!
Unforgivable Acts, November Warning Is About To Drop – Episode 1859b
I can find nothing from GoodDog anywhere except an older video on BitChute. It appears he was censored, and since he was a guest on John B. Wells’ channel, Caravan to Midnight, he couldn’t risk strikes against John so he probably deleted all his videos from CTM for that reason. I really hope GoodDog will find a way to bring us his videos. Now that we know about him and what a phenomenal series he created, we can generate activity on BitChute and get subscribers for him there.
John Solomon did a Judicial Watch interview today and it was excellent. Some whistleblowers (some suggest Q team members) sought out John to give him critical information about the Trump coup attempt which they discuss here.
John Solomon: FBI Played ‘Political Dirty Trick’ on Donald Trump over Alleged Russia Collusion
Some good news. Mayors are in the news a lot these days, aren’t they?
Pennsylvania GOP Rep. Moves to Impeach ‘Rogue’ Pittsburgh Mayor Over Gun Control Measures That Violate the Constitution
Pennsylvania Representative Daryl Metcalfe (R) was met with thunderous applause at a Second Amendment rally as he discussed his intentions of impeaching Democrat Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto over new gun regulations.
Expanding tyranny in America at the local level, in particular, is alarming. Police are public servants and can expect constructive feedback from the public. No matter what the issue is, all parties need to be civil and responsible. Throwing the book at someone for complaining when police are not doing their job is not acceptable. ~ BP