Puerto Rico Blackout Enters Second Day – Entire Island Of 3.5 Million People Without Power

The 3.5 million people of Puerto Rico are entering their second day with no power after a substation fire knocked out service to the entire island. The power outage has left schools scrambling to c…

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Electrical Blackout in Puerto Rico…ALL of Puerto Rico — It Is What It Is

Originally posted on WAR AGAINST ALL PUERTO RICANS: ? “The entire island is without power,” said Angel Crespo, director of Puerto Rico’s fire department. The entire island of Puerto Rico was left without electrical power yesterday (Wednesday, Sept. 21) due to a fire at the Aguirre electrical plant. This caused a chain reaction throughout the…

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Charlotte mayor & police chief refuse to release video of fatal police shooting…

LANTERN TIMEGLASS JOURNAL Jim Lantern Editorial Article 10:15am CT Thursday 22 September 2016 Charlotte mayor & police chief refuse to release video of fatal police shooting… I just watch…

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My Speed-reading Breakthrough Can Be Yours

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I’ve had a personal speed-reading breakthrough that will really help some writers.

It’s impossible to become a decent writer (fiction or nonfiction) without reading a lot of the type of stuff you’re trying to write. We know this at gut level. We’ve heard Stephen King say it:

“If you don’t have the time to read, you don’t have the time (or the tools) to write. It’s that simple.”

But so many of us fiction writers don’t read enough fiction to clue our subconscious minds into the game. It’s subtle training we get from novels, but it’s vital to our success.

For me, there were two related hurdles…

1. I’m naturally a slow, careful reader. Too much test taking, maybe.

Unfortunately, reading slowly turns out to be more work per word than reading faster, especially in fiction. (I know this now from personal experience.)

Despite taking a speed-reading course during college and using various speed-reading software off…

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False Flag Terror “Has Succeeded Consistently Against Audiences Around The World, For Millennia, To Compel War”

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Source: Washington’s Blog

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Presidents, Prime Ministers, Congressmen, Generals, Spooks, Soldiers and Police ADMIT to False Flag Terror

In the following instances, officials in the government which carried out the attack (or seriously proposed an attack) admit to it, either orally, in writing, or through photographs or videos:

(1)  In 1697, native American conspirators admitted in court that Iroquois leaders convinced a Piscataway tribesman to murder an Englishwoman in Virginia  for the purpose of igniting a war between the English and the Piscataway – thus weakening both parties – and allowing the Iroquois to seize Piscataway lands.

(2) Japanese troops set off a small explosion on a train track in 1931, and falsely blamed it on China in order to justify an invasion of Manchuria. This is known as the “Mukden Incident” or the “Manchurian Incident”. The Tokyo International Military Tribunal found: “Several of the participators…

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