Assassination – After Dark

With the alleged assassination of Al Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri by US forces and the shooting of former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in the past few weeks, conspiracy theories abound as to the motives behind potential realignment in global politics and the media news cycle. Also in the news is economist Jeffrey Sachs making a reappearance, apparently lending support to the theory that COVID-19 may have been a US bioweapon. With ZeroHedge coming out saying the US has no confirmation of al-Zawahiri’s death, however, and the clouds of economic recession on the horizon, we gather tonight to discuss what all this may portend for the future of the global order.

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Myth of the 20th Century – Episode 242 – Assassination – After Dark

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  1. Great show as usual but you guys should read my recent stuff on the Moonies and their relationship to Western intel and ‘CIA Mkultra Mind Control.’

    Along with the Hare Krishnas, Scientology, Children of God and the ‘CIA Finders.’

    The documentation of the relationship between these 60s ‘cults’ and Five Eyes intel is overwhelming but never, ever discussed by anyone.

    Deep Inside Tulsi Gabbard (7) Far-Left, Far-Right, Or Far Out?

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    1. Adam Smith says:

      Awesome. Keep up the good work.

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  2. Nordy says:

    Rense.com is what was my original main redpilll site circa 2007~
    It would constantly have updated and based informated

    sifting through the BS and finding whats real- and confirming with another source
    ..its why i encourage people to go on pol. theyll find gold. after tons of shit

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  3. Danny says:

    Can you be mindful of your lip smacking please? I know you guys aren’t doing this professionally, but it’s off-putting. Enjoyed the show otherwise.

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  4. Karl1488 says:

    I don’t agree with you on the comfort woman question. I don’t care about it(at all), but spitballing here I’m thinking that seemingly creating economic incentives for this prostitution is basically incentivised sexual slavery, which I find to be quite repulsive. Clearly the Koreans were of a lower class and for many of these women this was simply survival, prostitution or not.

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  5. Anyone? says:

    What was the outro song and artist at the end?

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