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Murdoch & MSM vs Trump

25 Jul

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Murdoch vs Trump
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Rupert Murdoch is one of the world’s most powerful media moguls

According to The New York Times (“Titans Clash as Donald Trump’s Run Fuels His Feud With Rupert Murdoch”),

 

“Rupert Murdoch never thought much of Donald J. Trump. . . . ‘Phony’ was how Mr. Murdoch often described him to friends.”

 

Several years ago, Mr. Murdoch’s New York Post reported that the exclusive Maidstone golf club in East Hampton planned to deny Mr. Trump a membership, Mr. Trump screamed that he would sue for libel.

Trump and Murdoch aren’t pals.

“Now, as Mr. Trump holds on to a first-place position in the polls while being roundly denounced across the political spectrum for harsh statements about Mexican immigrants [the NYTimes meant to say, “illegal aliens”] and for belittling Senator John McCain’s war record, he has already lost the man who controls many of the nation’s most important media organizations.”

 

It’s true.  Trump is being “roundly denounced” by politicians and mainstream media outlets across the country.

In fact, the only group who’s not “roundly denouncing” Mr. Trump is the American people.

 

“When is Donald Trump going to stop embarrassing his friends, let alone the whole country?” Mr. Murdoch wrote on Twitter on Saturday after Mr. Trump mocked Mr. McCain for having been captured as a pilot during the Vietnam War.”

 

If Mr. Trump is embarrassing some Americans, he’s also inspiring lots more.

Why?

Because he’s trying to tell the truth.  He’s not “playing it smart” (like virtually every other candidate). He’s not triangulating and calculating each of his public statements.  He’s trying to play it honest.

Because Trump’s trying to serve the best interests of the people rather than the special interests of the oligarchs and New World Order advocates like Rupert Murdoch.

When was the last time you had a chance to vote for a candidate who actually inspired you?  I can recall only one previous candidate in my lifetime who actually inspired most Americans.  Reagan.  We didn’t just vote for that man.  We were proud to vote for him.

I’m not going to argue that Trump is our next Reagan, but I will argue that he might be.  Who else?  You may choose to vote for another candidate, but who else could you be genuinely proud to vote for?  Hillary?

 

  • “On Sunday, The Wall Street Journal, the crown jewel of Mr. Murdoch’s print company, News Corporation, published a scathing editorial calling Mr. Trump a “catastrophe.” And The Post’s front page screamed, “DON VOYAGE,” under a headline declaring, “Trump is toast.”

 

Can you remember any other political candidate ever . . . who inspired as much instant negative mainstream media commentary . . . in less than three weeks after Trump announced his candidacy?

David Duke was treated with more respect.   George Wallace was treated with more respect.

If we could exhume Adolph Hitler, revive him and enter him into the Presidential race, even he might not inspire as much negative press in such a short period of time as Donald Trump.

What’s that tell us?

Well, that depends on how you view the mainstream media.

If you believe the mainstream media is built on honesty and integrity, the negative press on Trump tells us that Donald Trump must be a terrible man who shouldn’t be allowed to run for the presidency let alone win that office.

On the other hand, if you believe that the mainstream media (MSM) is largely dishonest, corrupt and controlled for the benefit of the government, New World Order and oligarchs, the headlines castigating Trump tell us that Trump poses a serious and legitimate threat to the lying, corrupt politicians and New World Order elite who are seeking to destroy this country.  If the MSM is bad, Trump should be good.

 

•  Some people think Trump’s candidacy is part of a conspiracy intended to serve the Jews or Hillary Clinton or whoever by Trump’s ability to split the Republican Party and guarantee a Democrat victory in next year’s election.

I doubt that’s true.

I think that the mainstream media’s instant, repeated and venomous attacks on Trump are evidence that he really is a populist interested in the America’s best interests rather than the special interests of government and the elite.

Trump scares the elitists because he’s one of them, but he’s not with them.

Trump scares the government, Republican and Democrat leadership because he could win.

Worse, he could win without the elitist’s support and without being obligated to them.

Worse than that, Trump seems determined to try to tell the truth.  If so, he’s the natural nemesis of all liars in politics and all liars in mainstream media.

More, most Americans are so distrustful of the MSM that the MSM’s virulent condemnation of trump will only work in his favor.

The more I see the mainstream media condemn Trump, the more convinced I become that he’s the one candidate in the entire spectrum who’s determined to serve this nation’s best interests rather than the elite’s special interests.

If so, he’d better watch his step, avoid riding in convertibles, or he might get shot by a “lone wetback”.

 

 
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Posted by on July 25, 2015 in 2016 Election, Trump

 

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51 responses to “Murdoch & MSM vs Trump

  1. Mark Twang

    July 25, 2015 at 4:38 AM

    @ When is Donald Trump going to stop embarrassing his friends, let alone the whole country?” Mr. Murdoch wrote…………………………………………………………………………….”
    Mr Murdoch apparently thinks HE is the WHOLE COUNTRY.

     
    • LC in Texas

      July 25, 2015 at 11:35 AM

      The answer is F-E-A-R, fear of the truth.

       
  2. Mark Twang

    July 25, 2015 at 4:45 AM

    @ If so, he’d better watch his step, avoid riding in convertibles, or he might get shot by a “lone wetback”.
    Sometimes “some” people do see “some” things alike, don’t they!
    Trump V, McCain thread
    Mark Twang
    July 21, 2015 at 7:53 PM
    I thought shortly after he started “speaking up”, he was an assassination waiting to happen.

     
  3. Toland

    July 25, 2015 at 5:03 AM

    Al said… “If the MSM is bad, Trump should be good.”

    Hopefully things are that simple. However, we shouldn’t overlook the possibility that the evil media (mainstream and otherwise) is building an “anti-establishment outsider” brand for Trump in aid of a sneaky pro-Democrat agenda.

    Al said… “More, most Americans are so distrustful of the MSM that the MSM’s virulent condemnation of trump will only work in his favor.”

    Exactly, and if we know this, the MSM surely knows it too.

    We’ll see Trump’s true colors depending on whether he stays faithful to the GOP or pulls a Ross Perot by turning third-party, spitting the Republican vote and throwing the election the Hillary.

     
    • Toland

      July 25, 2015 at 5:06 AM

      splitting the Republican vote and throwing the election to Hillary

       
    • Mark Twang

      July 26, 2015 at 3:29 AM

      @ Exactly, and if we know this, the MSM surely knows it too.
      Surely not.

       
    • Henry

      July 26, 2015 at 5:28 PM

      “The lady doth protest too much, methinks.”

      LOL of course the MSM knows all about reverse psychology. They wrote the book on propaganda mind games and routinely run circles around the self-absorbed simpletons in TVland.

      The MSM knows the more they rag on independent candidate Trump, the more they build him up in the minds of a target demographic that was otherwise going to vote Republican.

      Intended result: President-elect Hillary in 2016.

      You was right in observing this, Toland. Let’s not be playing checkers while our opponents are playing chess. We’ll know something’s rotten if Trump defects to independent status, which is about the only hope the Democrats have at the moment. If he stays Republican, he could easily win the Presidency.

       
      • Ray O. Lite

        July 27, 2015 at 3:56 AM

        Henry,
        @ . If he stays Republican, he could easily win the Presidency.
        I wonder if Donald Trump knows this or believes this, as you, Henry, apparently believe?

         
      • Ray O. Lite

        July 27, 2015 at 5:19 AM

        Henry,
        @ “The lady doth protest too much, methinks.”
        “The lady doth protest too much, methinks” is a quotation from the 1602 play Hamlet by William Shakespeare. It has been used as a figure of speech, in various phrasings, to indicate that a person’s overly frequent or vehement attempts to convince others of something have ironically helped to convince others that the opposite is true, by making the person look insincere and defensive.”
        Who might this “person” be Henry?

         
      • Toland

        July 29, 2015 at 5:49 PM

        Intended result: President-elect Hillary in 2016.

        By hook or by crook. Which is reason enough to be on one’s guard and not simply accept how things appear on the surface.

         
    • Ray O. Lite

      July 27, 2015 at 4:10 AM

      Toland,
      @ Exactly, and if we know this, the MSM surely knows it too.
      Donald Trump is the only one I am aware of “in the establishment” that did not apologize when the MSM “came down on them/him/her”.

       
    • Bart Shavitz

      August 2, 2015 at 11:53 AM

      tOlAnD,
      @ Which is reason enough to be on one’s guard and not simply accept how things appear on the surface.
      You don want to have any fans or following then do you!!? D

       
  4. Frank Moorman

    July 25, 2015 at 7:39 AM

    Are you still dofuss>? Up in the specific NW? Dallas misses you. Delbert Ray Greenstamp for Frank Moorman

     
  5. Ritchard

    July 25, 2015 at 8:31 AM

    The fact that the MSM and the elites are shrieking and howling only adds to Trumps credibility, but on the other hand he is not literally bullet proof and maybe he is playing with in the rules of controlled opposition, notice how he backed off on McCain and there is a lot more there. He certainly got the public’s attention as other issues like botched false flags that fade into the back ground and eventually down the memory hole or became unsubstantiated fact seared into the public consciousness by the MSM repetition. The MSM and the elites created a credibility void with their lies and disseat and Trump jumped in, maybe just so no one else could. I hope he is sincere, but if he is controlled opposition and drops out I hope he ends up in Congress rather than on “Dancing with the Stars”.

     
  6. Dennis Naanes

    July 25, 2015 at 9:30 AM

    Alfred – Great Post for Trump.If Bob Chapman was still with us, would he Put Donald Trump at the top of the 1st Page in the IF, I think he would have !!! Dennis

    Date: Sat, 25 Jul 2015 08:20:40 +0000 To: dancdldriverth@hotmail.com

     
  7. George

    July 25, 2015 at 11:22 AM

    Don’t make Donald mad…LOL!

    http://www.rense.com/general96/dontmake.html

     
  8. timmy

    July 25, 2015 at 6:13 PM

    Trump made his billions in NY real estate… think about that for a few minutes… Big banks, unions, mafia kickbacks and contractors…

    Also, review the Ross Perot run if you don’t think that there are deliberate split plays in these things. BTW, Perot was rewarded two ways: 1/revenge on Bush senior, who he despises and had a long running beef with in Texas, and 2/somehow his new company ended up, after Clinton won, with a little contract involving the entire re-computerization of some little government thing called Social Security.

    I love you Al, but you can tend toward naiveté sometimes…

     
    • Mark Twang

      July 26, 2015 at 12:13 AM

      timmy,
      @ I love you Al, but you can tend toward naiveté sometimes…
      Really? He seems to know how to hair lip some people. : :-) U R not one of them are ya? :-) D

       
  9. Adask

    July 25, 2015 at 8:02 PM

    I’m not expecting Trump or anyone else to run for public office to be pure as the driven snow. As I wrote in the article, Trump is “of the elite”–and he therefore knows how they play their games because he is also a player–and yet, he is not yet “with the elite”. He seems to be, however unlikely it may seem, a populist who’s more interested in serving the American people than he is in the special interests of his own class.

    Trump is something like the “Al Mundy” character who use to star in the TV series “It Takes a Thief”. Perhaps, in this world, “It takes an elitist to catch the other elitists”.

    As for me being naive, you’re not the first one to observe that fault. But, I really do trust in the Good LORD, and I really do have some hope (no matter how irrational) for the future.

    Given my life experiences, I should be a dyed in the wool cynic who trusts no one and nothing. For some reason that I don’t understand, I’m not. I think it has something to do with my faith.

    If not, you’re right–I am simply and stupidly naive.

     
    • Roger

      July 26, 2015 at 2:02 PM

      I wouldn’t say you’re naive. I would only say that assuming a proven liar, for example the MSM, would honestly represent their true motives and agenda doesn’t seem consistent with trust in the Good LORD.

      When the MSM represents that they’re for or against something, it’s all about the effect this will have on their audience. See “bluffing” in the game of poker. Everything the mainstream (and most of the “alternative”) media says is about the effect it will have on the audience: that’s why they’re talking to you in the first place. When the MSM is actually for or against something, they try to hide it and appear objective. To a liar, “truth” is whatever he can get away with.

       
      • Adask

        July 26, 2015 at 3:37 PM

        I basically agree with you. I know that I can’t really know who or what any of these politician are. But I can know whatever effect they have on the AUDIENCE. If, in my opinion, they seem to have a positive effect on the audience, I tend to respect them. If their effective on the audience strikes me as negative, I tend to reject them. By “effect on the audience” I don’t simply mean making the audience cheer or boo. Is the candidate telling the audience a truth that I believe they need to hear and consider? Then, without knowing (because I can’t) whether the candidate is speaking from his heart or from a contrived script, I’m inclined to support the speaker.

        By their fruits (effects on the audience?) ye shall know them . . . ?

         
  10. Bobby G Getahaircutnow

    July 25, 2015 at 9:34 PM

    I love to watch the Republican candidates get shut down. Trump all the way!

     
  11. localherog2

    July 26, 2015 at 4:00 AM

    I really don’t care much. If he wins, you can bet it was planned that way. If he loses, you can bet it was planned that way. They hold all the cards and they count all the votes. All I see in him is another tough-talking, maniacal empty suit who believes in bombing people into submission and who will be “best buds” with the military-industrial-pharmacological corporate complex. All you’re doing by voting is giving tacit approval to whoever is going to wear the boot that is on your throat for the next 2 or 4 years.

     
  12. Michael Bird

    July 26, 2015 at 9:20 AM

    This brings to mind that the banksters secretly wrote the federal reserve act and then got certain politicians to promote it as being against the greedy banksters. I hope not, but we should keep a close eye out for the possibility.

     
  13. Mark Twang

    July 26, 2015 at 9:21 AM

    Question asking if Soldiers would fire on Americans back Was not asked for naught.
    Lt. Cmdr. Cunningham didn’t simply make up the question, “would you fire on US citizens” out of thin air. It had been quietly and unscientifically asked throughout the service since George HW Bush and his “New World Order” handed the reins of world power to Bill Clinton in 1992.
    Now, whistleblowers say the Obama administration is quietly asking the military that question again. (<Whiteout Press)
    Alex Jones: Now, that’s bombshell and I want to quantify that. I have Secret Service, FBI sources on record, on the air, but also covert sources that are currently in. They say exactly that for two years. There is a litmus test where officers from the Generals down to Lieutenant Generals down to Majors down to Sergeants, Master Sergeants – will you fire on US citizens? And if you say ‘no’, you’re sent to the worst hell hole, or basically kicked out. If you say ‘yes’, you’re put in special Homeland Security units. Quantify, you’re saying people in the community, the special warfare community, are saying they have been brought into litmus test meetings?

    Ben Smith: Yeah.

    To listen to the whole radio interview between Infowars’ Alex Jones and retired Navy Seal Ben Smith, visit Infowars.com.

    Ya know, there just might not be another election.

     
    • Mark Twang

      July 26, 2015 at 9:29 AM

      @ Lt. Cmdr. Cunningham didn’t simply make up the question, “would you fire on US citizens”
      I apologize. I forgot about our “venue” stand & whether or not we are U.S. citizens.I am absolutely certain those “servicemen” will think twice when this is brought to their attention, especially if we bring it to their attention with much emphasis & great vigor. :-) D

       
    • Cody

      July 27, 2015 at 6:34 PM

      I am a serviceman that was in the Marines at the time that questionnaire was circulated. The vast overwhelming majority of Marines answered “Strongly Disagree” or “Disagree.”

      I’d be more concerned about the Army. In the Marines we’re taught to question orders we don’t understand or disagree with. In the Army, questioning orders is considered disrespect. No offense to my Soldier brothers, but I retired from the Army and I’m well aware of the cultural differences between the two services.

      http://www.29palmssurvey.com/survey.html

      http://jpfo.org/articles-assd/29palms-mcmanus.htm

       
      • Mark Twang

        July 30, 2015 at 3:46 PM

        The Marines ARE the REAL BACKBONE of the Military.Too BAD the Marines are the smallest in number. Maybe they are not the smallest Branch anymore but I find this impossible to grasp, by the way things are going. The Powers that be ARE the VERY ONES that want this Country DESTROYED & whoever cannot see this, IS BLIND to the core. I hardly have the sense of a Goose & I can see it. Who else does? 4 more years!! YEAH RIGHT!! 4 more years.

         
  14. dog-move

    July 27, 2015 at 3:49 AM

    Trump is an establishment judas goat designed to lead foolish sheep to the meat grinder.
    Follow the money, he is beholden to the corporation system, his corporation, a vessel of the United States (16 USC 2432).
    He has created controversy, a necessary ingredient, just as the whole confederate flag situation created controversy.
    It’s about capturing the minds of those not grounded in the truth and slaves to the big lie.

     
    • Ray O. Lite

      July 27, 2015 at 4:03 AM

      dog-move,
      @ It’s about capturing the minds of those not grounded in the truth and slaves to the big lie.
      Who will say he/she is not grounded in the truth? Because of the truth Yahshua/Jesus KNEW, he WAS PUT IN THE GROUND!!

       
  15. Cody

    July 27, 2015 at 6:23 PM

    Perhaps The Don speaks the truth as he sees it. However, that does not change his progressivist heart. He’s just a more patriotic progressive and maybe a little less globalist than the rest of the cabal.

     
    • Ray O. Lite

      July 28, 2015 at 9:31 AM

      Cody,
      @ Perhaps The Don speaks the truth as he sees it.
      Perhaps it’s the “Don” name that accounts for “some” people not liking him. Ain’t that right Henry?
      Ain’t that right Roger? Ain’t that right Toland? Huh? Ain’t that right? :-) D

       
  16. dog-move

    July 28, 2015 at 5:28 AM

    There will be wars, and rumors of wars. There has to be war and conflict to make the usury system work.
    Donald knows this, he benefits from war, just like all his merchant prince associates. We have just had brushfires in this current war phase, this is leading up to something serious.
    The immigrants are debt free borrowers that can borrow money into existence, very valuable now and even more valuable going forward. Trump’s wealth in dependent on this influx of debt free borrowers, whether he says it or not. I believe he is controlled opposition, time will tell.
    Money is borrowed into existence, the lack of money is making life miserable for most people, and money must be borrowed into existence from the banks of the Federal Reserve System. If one has a sharp eye, one can see the desperation of the system. Sit back and watch. Weakness in commodity prices, silver and gold are evidence the merchants are having difficulty keeping this war phase moving along. Have no doubt though, these individuals seen and unseen will get commodities moving back up as well as getting the war phase progressing again, with renewed vigor. As long as the usury system is in place, war must happen, this is the rule.
    Consider this in the current war phase: Joshua 23:10—one man of you was able to rout a thousand of them, since Yahweh your God was himself fighting for you, as he had “promised” you. Sounds like the opposite of their warfare tactics of fractional reserve usury banking. The promise assures us the victory.

     
  17. kanani

    July 28, 2015 at 10:12 AM

    I heard Rupert Murdoch is a Jesuit/Knight of Malta, and Donald Trump is too part of SMOM.

    Roman empire is still running the show. Their symbols are everywhere.

     
  18. Ray O. Lite

    July 28, 2015 at 11:03 AM

    kanani,
    @ SMOM.
    Which one of the 5 different meanings of SMOM do you say is the correct meaning? :-) D

     
    • kanani

      July 28, 2015 at 6:34 PM

      Sovereign Miltary Order Malta

       
      • Bart Shavitz

        July 28, 2015 at 8:23 PM

        @ Sovereign Miltary Order Malta
        Ray & I,Thank you, kanani. Are related to, palani? D

         
    • kanani

      July 28, 2015 at 6:42 PM

      I think a lot of the guys at the top are in some sort of papal knighthood/secret society.

      There sure are many photos on the internet of politicians and business people bowing down to cardinals & the pope.

      Murdoch & Trump may be subservient to that system.

       
      • Bart Shavitz

        July 31, 2015 at 5:47 PM

        kanani,
        @ Not related to palani. I have read many of his posts.

        @ I wonder if he has Hawai’i roots.

        @ Adask’s site rocks.

        Is palani, a He? I thought palani am/is a She. he he. I do know palani is sump a-yulse, :-) D
        I think palani has at least strong ties to Hawaii, but I don’t think rocks have roots nor do I think Adask has rocks in his head cause if he did, he would not have the keen in-site he has. :-)

         
  19. timmy

    July 28, 2015 at 10:47 PM

    I looked in the Book: “Be as wise as serpents, and as harmless as doves…” Wisdom says in the end nothing of much real use will come from this Trump stump. He’s serving and promoting himself. He could care less about ordinary people. We are commanded to be wise, not to put any faith in a faithless, narcissistic ultra-materialist. And I don’t have anything against Trump in particular. I just see him for what he is. A man of the world, with worldly values. There will be no reversal of American culture, or revival of our economy. Any student of history can see that over indebted, over extended empires all end the same way… in total collapse culturally and economically. The signs are all around us, as most on this site know too well. I don’t see that as pessimistic; my hope is in the Man, not this man or any other.

     
    • Bart Shavitz

      July 28, 2015 at 11:38 PM

      timmy,
      @ “I looked in the Book:” The signs are all around us, as most on this site know too well.
      I think “you” will agree that we are in the last chapter of “that Book” & at least on the next to last page, IF not on the last page, but I don’t think most people care one way or the other. They are not backwood-Z enough. :-(

       
      • kanani

        July 31, 2015 at 11:43 AM

        Not related to palani. I have read many of his posts.

        I wonder if he has Hawai’i roots.

        Adask’s site rocks.

         
    • Lance Pearce

      August 4, 2015 at 1:02 PM

      timmy,
      @ “Be as wise as serpents, and as harmless as doves…”
      I find it hard to grasp how the children of light can “become” as “wise as serpents”.
      The master commended the dishonest manager for his shrewdness. For the sons of this
      world are more shrewd in dealing with their own generation than the children of light. Luke 16:8
      I think Henry & Roger know what I mean. Ain’t that right Henry, Roger?

       
  20. timmy

    July 29, 2015 at 10:28 PM

    I do think we are in that ‘last chapter’ by which I assume you mean Revelation. There are quite a few developments still to come, if you give it a good read. But we’re definitely rounding the bend…

     
    • Mark Twang

      July 30, 2015 at 3:59 PM

      timmy,
      I do think we are in that ‘last chapter’…………………………”
      This very day, some people are at the end of the Chapter & the last page of their Book of Life with only a few more words remaining but they are not aware it. Hopefully there will be somebody to turn the last page for them & close the book. Everyday when I wake up, I say, well, I’m still here, but I know I may very well not ever say that again, even as I type these words.Shalom, timmy

       
  21. timmy

    July 30, 2015 at 10:54 PM

    So true, for us individually. I was speaking on a broader level- the earth as a whole.

     
  22. Mark Twang

    July 31, 2015 at 7:23 AM

    @ So true, for us individually. I was speaking on a broader level- the earth as a whole.
    I know. Maybe you can help me out here on something I am not “getting”. Matthew 24:3 Tell us, when shall these things be and what shall be the sign of thy coming, and of the end of the world?
    Verse 37, But as the days of Noah were, so shall also the coming of the Son of man be.
    Luke 17:27 They did eat, they drank, they married wives, they were given in marriage, until the day that Noe entered into the ark, and the flood came, and destroyed them all. 28 Likewise also as it was in the days of Lot; they did eat, they drank, they bought, they sold, they planted, they builded; In other words it seems to me “they” were letting the good times roll. NOW! the problem I have with this, is, it conflicts with what is written in Matthew 21 For then shall be great tribulation, such as was not since the beginning of the world to this time, no, nor ever shall be. 22 And except those days should be shortened, there should no flesh be saved: but for the elect’s sake those days shall be shortened. How can “they” be letting the good times roll & yet great tribulation such as never has been, be going on? Shalom, timmy

     
  23. Bart Shavitz

    August 1, 2015 at 11:02 PM

    Dr. Jerome Corsi: Trump Is The Real Deal – YouTube
    Jul 17, 2015 … Dr. Jerome Corsi joins the show to discuss the political persecution of Obama
    critic Donald Trump and former Reagan policy advisor Dinesh …

     
  24. dog-move

    August 7, 2015 at 11:36 AM

    The tribulation is now, go look around the good old USA third world, it’s not coming, it is here.
    I suspect since the ministry of truth has not announced the arrival of the third world on F*X News is has yet to arrive. Tickled ears make the shhep giggle and make believe all is well, got credit, got wealth. Got paradox?

     
  25. CPoll

    November 23, 2015 at 7:03 AM

    Everybody is entitle to there opinion

    Who is telling the truth?

     
    • Adask

      November 23, 2015 at 11:12 AM

      Good question.

      Here’s another: Who is hearing the truth?

       

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