Alex Jones Show: 5/21/19 Video Game Speed Runs, Dopamine Levels In The Brain, Fantasy V.S. Reality

If anyone wants my attention just talk about video games. I believe this is Alex Jones first time watching a speed run. (The game was Super Mario) There’s a lot of truth in what he says about this world system and how it’s designed to distract us from the real world. That being said it’s not going to pan out how the N.W.O. planned. Whatever doesn’t kill humans makes them stronger.

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End Of Free Speech Nears: “[U.S.]…Half Of Students Don’t Believe All Speech Is Protected…”

“A new survey has revealed that almost half of college students do not believe that all speech should be protected under the First Amendment.

The study, conducted by the Knight Foundation, discovered that students believe that statements or content categorized as ‘hate speech’ should not be protected under the banner of freedom of speech.

A total of 41 percent said they do not think such speech should be protected, while 58 percent believe it should…”

Survey: Half Of Students Don’t Believe All Speech Is Protected Under First Amendment

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“Left-Wing Beer Company Tells Customers to Hit People Over the Head With Bricks”

“An openly left-wing beer company told its customers to hit people over the head with bricks before whining about receiving an email “threat”.

Chorlton Brewing Company, which is based in Manchester in the UK, reacted to Nigel Farage having a milkshake thrown at him by tweeting, “Note to our customers: please don’t throw our beer over fascists. Hit them over the head with a brick as is traditional.”

The tweet prompted a massive backlash but has not been deleted. The company then doubled down, proceeding to insult many of the respondents…”

Left-Wing Beer Company Tells Customers to Hit People Over the Head With Bricks

Sue the company. Some people in high positions in that company need to go to jail for creditable threats and inciting violence.

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“Facebook helps phone companies gather user data, including their ‘creditworthiness’ – report”

“Facebook has supplied phone companies with customers’ private data without their knowledge or consent, and even helped those companies use Facebook behavior to evaluate users’ creditworthiness, documents reportedly show.

The social network supplied data on location, interests, and friend groupings to phone carriers and manufacturers without users’ permission – data that went far beyond mere technical specs. Users’ activity on Facebook, Instagram and even Messenger was fair game for data-mining, and the platform encouraged and even assisted over 100 global telecoms to use customers’ data for purposes including evaluating their creditworthiness, according to documents seen by the Intercept, which suggest the program is still going on.”

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“Toxic water: Scientists are concerned about… dangerous chemicals in our environment”

“… but scientists are growing increasingly concernedabout the presence of this family of chemicals in our water and environment.

These dangerous fluorochemicals chemicals, known collectively as PFAS., can be found in a lot of unexpected places. While you might already be aware that you should avoid nonstick coatings on pans, did you know that the same chemicals line your pizza boxes and fast food wrappers to keep grease from soaking through? Are you aware that they are most likely in your water supply, particularly if you live even remotely close to places where firefighting foams have been used? They’re on your furniture, they’re on your electronics and wires, and they’re in the dust in your home. In other words, they’re everywhere – and they never break down.”…”

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“Report: Religious Couples Have Happier Marriages”

“Both religion and egalitarianism have something to offer those seeking a happy marriage in a world of shifting mores—though religion leads to more children—a new report on international perspectives on marital happiness shows.

The report, a joint project of the Institute for Family Studies and the Wheatley Institution, uses data from two surveys of respondents in eleven countries: Argentina, Australia, Chile, Canada, Colombia, France, Ireland, Mexico, Peru, the United Kingdom, and the United States. The authors set out to examine the now standard bromide that progressive, secular social values lead to happier marriages.

As study authors W. Bradford Wilcox, Jason S. Carroll, and Laurie DeRose wrote in the New York Times, the recipe for a happy marriage is either being religious or being egalitarian—those stuck in the middle are consistently the worst off…”

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“Why the Air Force is investigating a cyber attack from the Navy”

The Air Force is investigating the Navy for a cyber intrusion into its network, according to a memo obtained by Military Times. 

The bizarre turn of events stems from a decision by a Navy prosecutor to embed hidden tracking software into emails sent to defense attorneys, including one Air Force lawyer, involved in a high-profile war-crimes case of a Navy SEAL in San Diego… 

Navy Capt. David Wilson, chief of staff for the Navy’s Defense Service Offices, wrote in the May 19 memo that an Air Force attorney was among the defense lawyers who had received emails with the hidden tracking software, which he described as “malware.”…”

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