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How Many Misrepresentations Can Fit into One Sentence?

Two days ago, a Tweet directed my attention to an online article called “The 9/11 Problem” by Adam Fitzgerald, dated July 6. It’s a sweeping assault on the 9/11 Truth community, bashing everyone from David Ray Griffin to Christopher Bollyn to Pilots for 9/11 Truth.

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“12 Angry Men” and the Truth Movement

12 Angry Men was a classic, well-acted 1957 film about a jury deciding the verdict in a murder trial. This film, which still holds up after 60 years, features many themes that resonate —for me, at least—with relevance to today’s Truth Movement.

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The World According to Perloff’s Twitter Memes

I decided to take a comedy break with a collection of my Twitter memes, subdivided by topic. Memes are a modern variation on the political cartoon.  I hope my fellow “Red Pillers,” who live outside the Matrix, will get a few laughs from these.

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I Have Joined the Eastern Orthodox Faith

After over 30 years a Christian, I examined the available options—a degraded Vatican, unbelieving Modernism, and Zionized Fundamentalism—and discovered to my joy the “elephant in the room”; the form of Christianity the West has long forgotten: Eastern Orthodoxy.

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The War on “Truth Is a Lonely Warrior”

There is an epidemic of political censorship going on, especially since Hillary Clinton’s defeat ignited backlash against so-called “fake news.” YouTubers, for example, have been increasingly demonetized or flat-out expelled.

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