Article: Whither Jock Nation?

A collection of Tweets condensing key segments of Jon Rappoport’s 20200731 column: “Dispatches from the War: New York, Trump, physical freaks”
By Brian R. Wright

Whew! Long title for an article. But the piece just sprung up as I was reading Mr. Rappoport’s watershed column having to do with how American sports’ athletes and enterprises have caved in to the Mystery Lockdown Disease (MLD) official story—aka COVID-19, ‘covid’-1984, STUPID-19, COVERT-19, etc. Original column here:

Jon thoroughly describes the refined mind control environment that afflicts the modern American athlete—no doubt other countries’ sports figures and companies as well. This is nowhere more apparent than in the blithe acceptance of the MLD official story to the detriment of virtually everyone’s self-interest. I found myself condensing key segments of his column into the Twitter Tweet format and presenting them individually on my Twitter feed. They are all gems. This article is just a bucket to provide a link to other Tweeters who may wish to propagate or lunch off the Tweets, themselves.

The final Tweet is my own conclusion (#14) that the world would stand to benefit from the END of the planned MLD and the propaganda it rode in on… IF one major sports figure were to “call the Emperor Naked.” I have no doubt that such a bold statement would do the trick. Continue reading

Movie Review: Sex and the City (2008)

Appreciated yet flawed homage to original (4/10)

Sex_and_City“Never try to relive the past: the fire will have become ashes.”
— General Douglas MacArthur

Like many moviegoers and Sex and the City series fans, I desperately wanted to fall in love with this movie as much as I had fallen in love with practically everything about the TV show.  Alas, my subtitle speaks with kid gloves only because of the enormous respect I had for that groundbreaking creative enterprise on HBO, Sunday nights—running from 1998 to 2004 with a total of 94 episodes.  But if I’m Ebert and/or Roeper, all honesty requires a thumbs down on the movie… even a ‘way down:’

An obvious ringer right off the top: “What in the holy hallelujah is Jennifer Hudson doing in this movie?!” Continue reading

Book Review: Nightmare in Pink (1964)

By John D. MacDonald 1964, Fawcett Publications , 143 pages

MacDonaldSome of my friends tell me it’s time to lighten up again.  (Well, they tell me to lighten up all the time.)  So, for the book review, I’ve decided to continue to explore more of the subtleties and insights of Travis McGee in this his second incarnation, Nightmare in Pink, by literary GrandMaster MacDonald.

What amazes me for all the books I’ve read—including a McGee novel by MacDonald perhaps a decade ago—that I’ve only just now “discovered” John D’s immense talent.  Seriously.  In his first of the Travis McGee series, The Deep Blue Good-By, I saw his penchant for biting social commentary. Continue reading

Guest Column: Big Apple to Poison Children at Gunpoint

vaccineNew York City to force all children
to be injected with mercury in the form of flu shots

Thursday, December 12, 2013
by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger

(NaturalNews) Of all the toxic heavy metals, mercury is the most devastating to the brain. No legitimate scientist would ever argue that mercury is safe to inject into a child at any dose, and the CDC has never established any “safe” level of mercury in human blood for the simple reason that there’s isn’t any safe level. Continue reading