Monthly Archives: July 2015

Aspartame and Sugar are both your enemies!

In today’s pushed propaganda: aspartame is better for you than sugar. This is amazing timing given that concerned consumers were finally about to have aspartame banned and taken off the market. Just in time to confuse consumers and keep people … Continue reading

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Tests of Loyalty – the psychopath’s chisel

If there is one constant we notice about psychopaths, besides their enjoyment of torturing people mentally, physically and emotionally, it is that psychopaths must test their targets’ loyalty: as friends, lovers, co-workers and family members. Other people will test our … Continue reading

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The Bridge with Kira featuring Susanne Posel

Kira welcomed Susanne Posel back to the Bridge to talk about why the alternative media is such a sausage fest. Included are a quick Yellow Thunder Food Sovereignty update and Kira addresses the badjacketing of her as a “fed” by … Continue reading

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Ungrateful

no time for tomorrow the unraveling lie if you’re smart you can borrow watch the false persona die no time for all you rail against for all you rail against is you no time for sick dreams for those dreams … Continue reading

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The Bridge with Kira featuring Adam – The Divide

On this episode of The Bridge with Kira, Adam returns for a discussion about the divide between men and women. Topics include: extreme feminism, extreme men’s rights, extreme pornography normalizing sexual violence and easily available to our children. What are … Continue reading

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Fascism in America – California’s new mandatory vaccination law

I have been warning for some time, in this blog and on my radio show The Bridge with Kira, that government propaganda through media has been building and shaping public opinion in an effort to institute mandatory vaccinations and permanently … Continue reading

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