Notes, 11-7-20

It’s still sunny in these parts of the United States of Anxiety in the land of Fear. (Or at least the time of Fear.) (Will the Associated Press and the rest of the media next determine that Fear (fear) shall be upper case from now on, and if only partially so, in when shall it be up and when down?

Sometime this year of Fear (or fear), Black went up but white stayed down. (This was much to the chagrin of Dennis Prager, who wrote about it HERE in The Epoch Times. I agree with Prager, and agreed with him before reading the column headlined “Why Are They Capitalizing ‘Black’?” I had not heard of him before then.)

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One reason this has been the century of fear is that the powers that be—the ones who pulled off the mass murders of Sept. 11, 2001, in the United States (which led to mass murder and mayhem elsewhere, which helped the cause of arms manufacturers and “good union jobs” where some employees are unionized)—want it to be.

The 9/11 attacks blamed entirely on Muslim extremists were followed quickly by the anthrax-letters terror beginning days later. Barbara Honegger, Mick Harrison and David Meiswinkle (brilliant, each one of them) give an update on their (and others’) research HERE (scroll down for their presentation eight Fridays ago). (It bears re-watching; there really should be a transcript of the 55-minute update and perhaps will be soon.)

The three speak in their own separate capacities rather than for the Lawyers’ Committee for 9/11 Inquiry, of which they are board members.

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Two days later, seven Sundays ago, Honegger, Harrison, Meiswinkle and others pulled together a discussion about three times as long, which can be found HERE. (It also deserves its own transcript.)

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And now Covid.

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— Mark Channing Miller

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