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It's never the people that are willing to die for the country. It's politicians. And they dislike politicians almost as much as I do. I'm glad you brought that up. Yeah, I really do. I dislike the idea that somebody can just arbitrarily start a war based on some stupid policies without sitting down and talking about it or talking it out. It's corrupt because the people they represent shouldn't be set up for that or subjected to that

What they don’t teach you in church, school, and home #SwellDailyPrompt #sdp24Feb8 @dobbsty #freedom #politics #faith #ufo #CIA #ProjectStargate

Leanne Pritchett
@TheMs.Leanne · 1:10
Wow. That was really, really interesting. I agree with you. It is so amazing how much we can get listening to different people's stories and histories, things you cannot get in a book. I have some relatives who lived during World War II in Germany. Yes, they were in concentration camps. I grew up listening to a lot of these stories, and I'm really glad I did because I have heard experiences that you cannot get from a book
Rooster Collins
@RoosterCollins · 3:38

@TheMs.Leanne

Or what it was like for a human being to survive the Holocaust, then you read a man's search for meaning by Viktor Frankl. And, yeah, you don't have to sit in a classroom to do that. You can just read the book and gain that experience and gain that knowledge. You can gain the knowledge from a little girl who unfortunately didn't survive the Holocaust

@RoosterCollins https://www.cia.gov/readingroom/

You may already be aware of this, Rooster, but if not, or for anyone else, I kind of feel like I'm offering up Pandora's box here. But the CIA reading room gives you access to Freedom of Information act documents. So I've put a link here. At the top of the screen, there is a search box. Type in anything that you want to look up and you will find declassified documents on just about anything and everything, remote viewing being one of them
J.L. Beasley
@Her_Sisu · 1:41
It's thank you for sharing that clip and allowing us to hear the clip because it provided such rich historical insight. And I completely am in alignment with you in terms of regardless of difference of opinion, age gap, religion, race, whatever. The thing is it that creates some level of what we perceive as difference. Conversation is so meaningful and is so valuable because it provides such a deeper level of information
Rooster Collins
@RoosterCollins · 2:32

@Her_Sisu

He's remote viewed his own death, and he knows that he's going to die on his 69th birthday or whatever. And this is his 69th year. It's like a teaser. It's so brilliant. Everything that he says is incredible. It's like a Sci-Fi movie. He tells wild stories in there. And then today he released a new podcast, which it's the guy that is higher up in the same level of the government special forces guy that dealt in the paranormal