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“Throughout the centuries there were men who took first steps down new roads armed with nothing but their own vision. Their goals differed, but they all had this in common: that the step was first, the road new, the vision unborrowed, and the response they received — hatred. The great creators — the thinkers, the artists, the scientists, the inventors — stood alone against the men of their time...

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We're all part of that base of power. Every patriot, every deplorable, every anon... We're an integral part of that power base because we're awake and we're ready. We see the enemy clearly.

Inasmuch as these things are crucial, the most important part of our foundation is our heavenly Father.

God wins. We will prevail.

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decree was crafted to nurture the conditions precedent to make WWII a forgone conclusion.

Prussia has always played the long game, obfuscating the very existence of its goals.

Both JFK and Reagan recognized and tried to stop it but didn't have the power.

DJT is different. He's prepared for this battle his entire life. Because his base of power has been insulated from Prussian tentacles, these acolytes of Frederick know their demise is only a matter of time.

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I know the whole movie can speak to that theme in different ways...it was just this particular scene that really pissed me off.

I'm more convinced than ever that the cabal - those that DJT referred to as 'people in the dark shadows' - is the current iteration of Prussia. They are the puppetmasters and have been for a very long time.

Without their malign influence, I'm not sure WWI would have occurred.

I feel strongly that WWII would NOT have happened w/o Prussia. The entire reparations..

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I was watching Saving Private Ryan last night for the nth time. Every time I've seen it, I'm deeply moved - but this time, it was different.
In the last few weeks, I read Prussiagate for the third time.

With this scene, all I could think of were the dollar signs for the MIC while American families paid the price. All that loss of life while the MIC rakes in the dough for the consumables of a war set in motion by the predecessor of the WEF. Same globalist shit, different decade.

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One man that you had your hands on?

Welllll.....I'm not gonna judge you.

But man, if it turns out that you skip to work and carry a fuzzy tote bag instead of a briefcase, its gone be a real bummer.

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I've got to run for the moment but I'll add more commentary and some pics to the thread later tonight

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Remembering that another attendee (D) was from Denver, Scott introduced both of them. As the two guys from Denver talked, R told the story of his wife’s accident. D is a firefighter. He was at the scene of her accident. R received some measure of the closure he’d been seeking for two years.

There are no coincidences.

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One example of a God thing: On Sunday, speaker Scott Zimmerman (aka Beer at the Parade) related an event that happened the previous night.

While out to dinner with a bunch of attendees, R from Denver mentioned that he was grieving the loss of his wife whom he’d lost in a fiery car accident two years previous (R wasn’t with her when it happened).

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Love. I didn’t expect the sense of love that surrounded and permeated the entire weekend. I felt (and continue to feel) a deep communal love for everyone there, even those I didn’t actually meet. Because God.

Of course God was there - I just didn’t expect to feel His presence so palpably. Every conversation, every interaction felt surrounded by God - all weekend long. I’ve never had such a sustained feeling of grace.

Ever.

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Here’s the one thing that I didn’t expect.

DJT from his Ohio rally explains it best:

“Our MAGA movement… is by far the greatest political movement in the history of our country… there’s never been movement like it - and it’s also a movement of common sense and it’s a movement of love. There’s great love in this movement. “

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