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Vid-Syria, Assassinations, Wikileaks & the West: The Big Plan Exposed – JaysAnalysis (Half)

In this latest installment of JaysAnalysis, I cover the big picture story of Libya, Syria and the post-modern imperial plan to restructure these nations for NATO and the Bilderberg establishment’s pipeline plans. I cover fake news at length in the first free half, and the black markets, as well as deeper connections to wikileaks and…

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Jay Dyer on Sunday Wire: Covert COINTEL Deception

This week’s edition of THE SUNDAY WIRE is on the road broadcasting LIVE from Austin, Texas. This week’s special guest host Hesher from ACR’s Boiler Room takes the helm to covering the audacious US and international news. In the first hour we’re joined by special guest and 21WIRE contributor, Jay Dyer, author of the new…

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Brexit, Turkey, Terror & Provocateurs: Jay Dyer on Boiler Room

  Tune in to the Alternate Current Radio Network (ACR) for another LIVE broadcast of ‘The Boiler Room’ starting at 6 PM PST | 9 PM EST every Wednesday. Join us for uncensored,uninterruptible talk radio, custom-made for barfly philosophers, misguided moralists, masochists, street corner evangelists, media-maniacs, savants, political animals and otherwise lovable rascals. Join ACR hosts Hesher, & Spore along with Randy J of 21Wire, Andy Nowicki from Alt Right…

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The World is Not Enough: JaysAnalysis w/Patrick Henningsen (Half)

This is the first free half of a full talk for paid subscribers.  Patrick Henningsen of 21stCenturyWire joins me for another graduate level course in geopolitics, as we break down the following topics: Mainstream media hoaxes, fake news, Atlanticist hegemony, intelligence operations and smart power/soft power fronts, NGOs, the war in Aleppo, “White Helmets,” the history of CIA…

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AN INTRODUCTION: Smart Power & The Human Rights Industrial Complex

Patrick Henningsen 21st Century Wire Human rights in the West: does the reality live up to the rhetoric? On the surface, the cultural narrative seems innocent enough: billionaire philanthropists, political luminaries and transnational corporations, along with legions of staff and volunteers – all working together in the name of social justice, forging a better, fairer…