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The Great Reset’s Prison City

Josh Sigurdson reports that Saudi Arabia is proposing a $500 billion, utopian super city, mirroring the scenario in the film Logan’s Run, where population and resources are controlled.

The project, called “The Line” and “Neom,” will stretch 100-miles-long and house 9 million people, but will be tied into the technocratic grid without escape. Sigurdson says the bad news is the project will be based on social and carbon credits, food rationing and, in the end, imprisonment. “You will own nothing and be happy,” Sigurdson says. “It’s the Great Reset’s wet dream!” Here’s more from World Alternative Media.

Prepare For The Storm

A public awake is their greatest fear. Are you ready? If not, prepare for the storm. More from And We Know.

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In Pursuit of Truth interprets the latest Q drops. Why are rats starting to scurry frantically? Has a fire erupted? Snow fallen? Or is justice finally coming for the Globalist rats? You know which ones: Those that cover for pedophiles and push false agendas in an attempt to bring down President Donald Trump. These rats need to learn: They are not in control of our government or our courts. And if they step out of line and engage in chicanery, they will pay the price. Among the topics covered here: Victoria’s Secret head honcho Lex Wexner. What’s Victoria’s secret? Many of these ladies aren’t ladies at all, but transgenders.

Has Julian Assange been abused in the British prison system? He told a journalist who interviewed him late in 2019 that he was slowly dying. The journalist said he believed the transparency activist has been sedated, given drugs to slow him down. Here, The Right Media takes a look at Assange’s case, and explores his condition and whether the British are engaging in the use of any forms of torture against him. We do know he is being kept in solitary confinement, up to 23 hours per day.

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Game over? Where’s the proof…Let’s start with POTUS pardoning people wrongly accused… Dems and media stalwarts in meltdown… evidence showing who squashed the investigation of Seth Rich’s death… a new director of intelligence… a new prosecutor for Ukraine mess… D senators’ secret illegal meetings… and basically a food fight of a debate last night! More from Lori Colley.

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Time to Release Amish Farmer

The Food and Drug Administration jailed Amish farmer Samuel Girod for six years on charges of mislabeling one of the three “salves” he sold. Now, Girod, of Owingsville in Kentucky, has filed a petition with the U.S. Department of Justice pardon attorney.

Girod, 58, was sentenced to six years but his scheduled release is early April 2022, according to the Federal Bureau of Prisons.

The petition is listed online as seeking a commutation or reduction of sentence, but the application indicates that Girod seeks a pardon. Girod, a member of the Old Order Amish faith, was sentenced in June 2017 for obstructing a federal agency and selling herbal health products that were not labeled as required by federal law. Here, journalist Sally Oh, who has written extensively about the case, calls for President Donald Trump to issue a pardon.

US Rep. Thomas Massie, R-Ky., also is urging the pardon. Massie tweeted, “I hope @realDonaldTrump will pardon Sam. Six years for salve seems a little extreme. Yeah, I know it escalated and they threw the book at him, but that’s what it is… six years for mislabeled salve and now a family is without a father.

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2018 Is 1984

On Friday, Tommy Robinson was arrested for “breaching the peace” while filming outside Leeds Crown Court during the ongoing trial of a Muslim grooming gang. Robinson’s preexisting suspended sentence for “contempt of court” was immediately reinstated and he was swiftly imprisoned. Robinson being jailed for any length of time in a prison system filed with people who want him dead could tragically be a death sentence. The court also instituted a “reporting restriction” on the Robinson situation, leading to a media blackout among United Kingdom-based publications and citizens. In the United Kingdom, 2018 is 1984. Stefan Molyneux reports.

Lauren Southern, who has often worked with Robinson on Internet projects, offered this update: “Tommy had a suspended sentence from a while ago for reporting on grooming gangs. He was essentially being watched to see if he ‘messed up’ again by reporting on these cases. When he got arrested it was because he was livestreaming about another grooming gang case – however my statement about him seemingly being within his rights, just reading things that were already reported – still stands for now.

“As for the media ban, that existed on the original sentence and is just being enforced again. What this means, is yes you can talk about it as an average every day citizen, but if you were to go to the court room, and try to get more facts it etc. like journalists who were in the court today – you would not be able to publish that without facing legal troubles.

“So…. that leaves us to a lot of speculation – and it’s also why I have to make these corrections because I’m getting all my information second hand and not from the courts.”

Tommy Robinson was sentenced to a year in prison on Friday. There is a UK publication ban on this story, but Canada’s Ezra Levant and TheRebel.media can give you a full account of what happened.

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Lock Hillary Up

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell fired back at President Donald Trump for encouraging league owners to remove players who take a knee during the national anthem, saying Trump’s “divisive comments” show “an unfortunate lack of respect for the NFL.”

Who cares?

Says Lionel Nation: “Indict Hillary!” Throw her and her cheap-suit, sleazy, rat-ass, cheating husband in the hoose-gow! For those of you who aren’t up on early 1900s slang, that’s the pokey, the jailhouse, where the Clintons no doubt would rock!

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Pussy Riot Sentenced: 2 Years

A Russian  judge today found three members of the punk band Pussy Riot guilty on charges of hooliganism for their February concert at a Moscow cathedral protesting the rule of President Vladimir Putin. In the concert, an act of guerrilla theater, the trio called upon the Virgin Mary to drive Putin away from Russia.

The band members each received sentences of two years imprisonment, commencing from the time of their arrest in March. The specific charges, “hooliganism motivated by religious hatred,” carried stiff sentences of up to seven years, but prosecutors were recommending that the band members be jailed for three years, and Putin himself had advocated leniency in their case. Judge Marina Syrova read from the lengthy verdict for about three hours before announcing the sentencing around 6 pm Friday, Moscow time.

“We accept this as our ethical misdemeanor, but an ethical misdemeanor should not be a cause of criminal punishment,” band member Nadezhda Tolokonnikova said. Meanwhile, outside the courtroom, arrests occurred as supporters and opponents of the band gathered. Those detained included chess master Garry Kasparov, a vehement Putin critic. Pussy Riot vigils also were staged in New York, London, Paris and elsewhere.

Here’s a World Edition report on the trial from Taiwan’s TomoNewsFunnies.

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And here’s an interview with the three other members of the band — Sparrow, Squirrel and Balaclava — who remain at large and have continued to elude Russian authorities.

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Meanwhile, a Femen protester in Kiev uses a chainsaw to cut down a cross in support of Pussy Riot. The cross was near Independence Square in this Ukraine city.

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