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  • Declassified Documents Reveal Fallen An...
    by George Freund on November 5, 2022 at 10:34 PM
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    Fallen Angels, UFOs, and official Govt documents.. You need to see this! I sat down with Justen and Wes Faull from Fourth Watch Films and Faull Brothers Productions for this very special interview on Higher Entities: The Lost Tapes w/ Justen Faull & Wes Faull Check out their website here - Thanks for watching! God Bless you all!!!!

  • The Saint S1 EP10 The Golden Journey
    by George Freund on November 5, 2022 at 10:24 PM
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    The Saint was an ITC mystery spy thriller television series that aired in the UK on ITV between 1962 and 1969. It centred on the Leslie Charteris literary character Simon Templar, played by Roger Moore as a suave and sophisticated Robin Hood-like adventurer. The character may be nicknamed The Saint because the initial letters of his name (ST) are also an abbreviation for the word saint. When The Saint felt his real name would be recognized by his adversaries, he would often use the name Sebastian Tombs.

    The Saint was an ITC mystery spy thriller television series that aired in the UK on ITV between 1962 and 1969. It centred on the Leslie Charteris literary character Simon Templar, played by Roger Moore as a suave and sophisticated Robin Hood-like adventurer. The character may be nicknamed The Saint because the initial letters of his name (ST) are also an abbreviation for the word saint. When The Saint felt his real name would be recognized by his adversaries, he would often use the name Sebastian Tombs.

    As a result of the strong performance in the US of the first two black-and-white series in first-run syndication, NBC picked up the show as a summer replacement in its evening schedule in 1966. The programme therefore ended its run with both trans-Atlantic prime time scheduling and colour episodes. It also proved popular beyond the UK and US, eventually airing in over 60 countries, and made a profit in excess of £350m for ITC. With almost 120 episodes, the programme is exceeded only by The Avengers as the most productive show of its genre produced in the UK. As with The Avengers, the colour episodes were originally broadcast in the UK in black and white, predating the advent of colour transmissions on ITV.

    The Saint stars Roger Moore as Simon Templar. The fictional detective and thief was created by Leslie Charteris in the 1920s and featured in many novels and novellas over the years. Moore drove a white Volvo P1800 on the show with a license plate reading "ST1". He was reportedly offered the role of 007 at least twice during the run of the series, but had to turn it down both times owing to his television commitments. In one early episode of the series, a character actually mistakes Templar for Bond.

    10 10 "The Golden Journey" 6 December 1962

    Guest cast: Erica Rogers, Paul Whitsun-Jones, Roger Delgado

    Based on a story from The Saint in Europe

    In a restaurant on the Costa Brava, Spain (although the stock footage looks like Amalfi), Belinda Dean (Erica Rogers) is shouting for a well cooked hot filet mignon and generally behaving as a spoilt brat who in a month's time is marrying a friend of Simon's – Jack Eastern. {In his opening remarks the Saint refers to hitting Belinda – something which would never be permitted now!}. Whilst Belinda sleeps the Saint relieves her of her cash and other assets so has the pleasure of escorting her to Tormes in a week to meet Jack. Be aware that during the episode Belinda does indeed have her backside smacked by the Saint after she slaps him.

  • Warnings this is about to get much wors...
    by George Freund on November 5, 2022 at 8:34 AM
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    Nov 2, 2022 Col. Douglas MacGregor joins Redacted with the very latest warning signs of NATO and multinational forces mounting for an invasion of Russia. Putin continues the mobilization of forces. Military whistleblowers are demanding answers for vaccine mandates that forced 80,000 members of the armed forces out of their jobs. Trudeau asked for help from the FBI in the trucker convoy crisis.

  • US armored vehicles attack Haiti fuel te...
    by George Freund on November 5, 2022 at 7:24 AM
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    Nov 4, 2022 Tense stand-offs across Port-au-Prince, Haiti today as Haiti's government forces face off against opposition forces. Meanwhile Russian tankers arrived this afternoon to bring fuel to the Haitian people. U.S. Air Force aircraft arrive to bring "humanitarian aid."

    by George Freund on November 5, 2022 at 6:19 AM
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    We all pray to God to fight for an empire that is far from God. What are we fighting for? Money, power and control that is not ours. Will we learn enough to stop the next one? Satan waits upon the answer. Ego Must.

    All Quiet on the Western Front is a television film produced by ITC Entertainment, released on November 14, 1979, starring Richard Thomas and Ernest Borgnine. It is based on the book of the same name by Erich Maria Remarque. The film was directed by Delbert Mann. A joint British and American production, most of the filming took place in Czechoslovakia.


    In 1916, 18-year-old Paul Bäumer enlists in the German army with five of his high school friends (Behm, Kropp, Muller, Kemmerich and Leer), after being indoctrinated by Kantorek, their teacher, as to the glory and superiority of German culture. After surviving training camp under the brutal Corporal Himmelstoss, the young men board a troop train bound for the front line. Ominously, at the same moment, they notice another train arriving in town loaded with returning wounded soldiers, who are carried off on stretchers.

    Once at the front line, they are placed in a squad, along with soldiers Tjaden, Westhus, Detering and others, under the supervision of Stanislaus "Kat" Katzinsky. Kat teaches them how to best take cover, how to find extra food, and other survival skills.

    When Paul and his squad return to a French town for a rest week, they see the new recruits have grown younger and younger. To their delight, the leader of these new recruits is their recently demoted training NCO, Himmelstoss. When Himmelstoss tries to make them obey him, they stand up to him. Later in the trenches, while the Germans are launching an offensive attack, Paul sees another squad cowering in a crater, which includes Himmelstoss. Paul forces Himmelstoss to keep on the offensive.

    The French and German armies are shown attacking each other repeatedly over a few hundred yards of torn, corpse-strewn land. Kemmerich is wounded, and later dies in an overcrowded army hospital. Paul returns to the trenches with his squad, distraught over Kemmerich's death.

    When a French soldier falls into a crater Paul is hiding in, Paul stabs the man in the stomach with his trench dagger. Forced to spend the night with him, Paul tries to bandage the dying soldier's wounds, but he dies anyway. Paul escapes from the crater, stricken with guilt. An inexperienced new recruit, after falling into a pit of poison gas, is carried off by the medics to a slow, painful death; the medics had appeared before Kat could put him out of his misery.

    Although Paul, Kropp and Leer have their first sexual experience with a trio of accommodating French peasant girls, the vast majority of the young men's experiences are horrific. One by one, practically all of Paul's schoolmate friends die. A haughty, stiff Kaiser Wilhelm II (Denys Graham) visits their camp to ceremoniously pin medals on heroic soldiers, which includes Himmelstoss.

    When Paul's squad is bombed in a French town close to the front, Behm dies while Kropp loses a leg and Paul is seriously wounded. Paul improves and he is granted two weeks' leave. Returning home, Paul's sister tells him that their mother is dying of cancer. In visits to a beer garden and to his former teacher, Paul realises that his town's older men, in their enthusiasm for war, have no sense of the horrors they have sent their youth to. He also visits Kemmerich's mother and lies to her that he did not suffer.

    Paul returns to duty, Kat is wounded in the leg by an artillery shell and Paul carries him many miles to a field hospital. Only at the hospital does Paul discover that Kat has died, shot at some point during the journey.

    Paul writes a letter to Kropp, the sole survivor of their class, who is now an amputee. After finishing the letter, Paul walks through the trench checking on the younger soldiers, having taken up Kat's position as a mentor. He spots a bird and begins to sketch it. The bird starts to fly away, and as Paul stands up to see where it went, a lone sniper's shot rings out, killing him. A field communique from the German High Command is captioned over Paul's lifeless body, declaring "All Quiet on the Western Front", the date on the communique showing '11 October 1918', exactly one month before the Armistice.

  • One Step Beyond S3 EP3 The Death Waltz
    by George Freund on November 4, 2022 at 8:29 PM
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    Alcoa Presents: One Step Beyond (also known as One Step Beyond) was an American anthology series created by Merwin Gerard. The original series was broadcast for three seasons by the American Broadcasting Company (ABC) from January 1959 to July 1961.

    Created by Merwin Gerard and produced by Collier Young, One Step Beyond was hosted by John Newland, "your guide to the supernatural" (also credited as "Our guide into the world of the unknown"). Newland, who also directed every episode, presented tales that explored paranormal events and various situations that defied "logical" explanation. Unlike other anthology programs, the ABC network series episodes were presented in the form of straightforward thirty-minute docudramas, all said to be based on true events. Initially, the program included the corporate name of sponsor Alcoa as part of its full title.

    One Step Beyond filled the time slot at 10 p.m. Tuesday vacated by the crime/police reality show Confession.

    Among its varied tales, One Step Beyond dealt with premonition of death ("The Lincoln Assassination") and disaster ("Tidal Wave", "Night of April 14th"); astral projection ("The Long Call"); the existence of ghosts ("The Last Time"); and wildly improbable coincidence ("The Glider", "Death on the Mountain", etc.).

    64 3 "The Death Waltz" John Newland Charles Larson, Amanda Ellis October 4, 1960

    Lilly (Elizabeth Montgomery), a manipulative general's daughter, arranges for one of her suitors to go on a dangerous mission so she can go to a ball with the other. When he is killed, his remark "I would come back from Hell to be with you.", becomes true.

  • The day that EUROPE DIED - BASF announce...
    by George Freund on November 3, 2022 at 10:07 PM
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    (Natural News) Over a year ago, I began publicly warning the world about the global famine implications of the loss of natural gas supplies for Europe. Through the Haber chemical process, natural gas is combined with atmospheric nitrogen (N2) to create ammonia (NH3), the key molecule for creating nitrogen-based fertilizers that grow the crops necessary to feed an estimated 4 billion people across the planet.

    I warned that if natural gas supplies were not abundant in Europe — and to BASF in particular — that fertilizer production would plummet, and there would not be enough fertilizer to grow the crops to feed the world.

    Several months ago, I met Michael Yon (, an international journalist and analyst who saw the exact same thing at about the same time. He visited with BASF executives in Germany, and he and recorded several interviews with me about the catastrophe that would unfold if BASF shuttered operations in Germany due to a lack of natural gas from Russia. (See our most recent urgent interview recorded last night, below.)

    Since then, America destroyed the Nord Stream pipelines, semi-permanently cutting off Germany from Russian gas. This was the final nail in the coffin, following the USA / NATO effort on economic sanctions that ultimately resulted in Russia’s Gazprom cutting off all gas exports to Germany (and, effectively, the rest of Europe as well).

    Now, in an announcement that Michael Yon, David DuByne and myself all warned was coming, BASF has announced they are partially shuttering operations in Germany and moving capacity to China, where the “greenies” don’t have control over insane anti-energy policies (and where electricity prices aren’t 1000% above the norm).

    From the Financial Times:

    BASF has said it will have to downsize “permanently” in Europe, with high energy costs making the region increasingly uncompetitive.

    “The European chemical market has been growing only weakly for about a decade [and] the significant increase in natural gas and power prices over the course of this year is putting pressure on chemical value chains,” chief executive Martin Brudermüller said on Wednesday.

    Brudermüller said the European gas crisis, coupled with stricter industry regulations in the EU, was forcing the company to cut costs in the region “as quickly as possible and also permanently”.

    There’s no way to sugar coat that. It’s a permanent downsizing of BASF. And according to additional sources, this is just the beginning of BASF’s abandoning Germany for good. The downsizing will continue to the point where there’s hardly any production happening in Europe at all.

    After all, what choice do they have? With natural gas pipelines destroyed (by the USA), economic sanctions against Russia still in place, and lunatic greenie cultists demanding an end to human civilization, BASF has concluded it can no longer operate in Europe, a continent dominated by an actual death cult of climate lunatics and power-hungry political zealots.

    Europe dies from this day forward

    “I'll stop the motor of the world.”




  • HHS Whistleblower SPEAKS OUT: Leaked Doc...
    by George Freund on November 3, 2022 at 12:03 PM
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    The deep state is never going to tell the truth. They will always hoard as much power as they can for themselves. And whenever they’re given some power to combat “foreign” enemies they will always switch to using this power against American citizens. This isn’t a surprise. For our elites in Washington, the American people are the enemy, an enemy they hate far more than any foreign country.



  • COMBAT! S1 EP7 Escape to Nowhere
    by George Freund on November 3, 2022 at 8:15 AM
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    Combat! is an American television drama series that originally aired on ABC from 1962 until 1967. The exclamation point in Combat! was depicted on-screen as a stylized bayonet. The show covered the grim lives of a squad of American soldiers fighting the Germans in France during World War II. The first-season episode "A Day In June" shows D-Day as a flashback, hence the action occurs during and after June 1944. The program starred Rick Jason as platoon leader Second Lieutenant Gil Hanley and Vic Morrow as Sergeant "Chip" Saunders. Similar to how the main cast alternated episodes in the series Laramie, Jason and Morrow would play the lead in alternating episodes in Combat!.

    Combat! premiered on ABC on October 2, 1962, and was broadcast for five seasons to become TV's longest-running World War II drama. In total Combat! aired 152 hour-long episodes. The first 127 episodes, spanning four seasons, were produced in black and white. The fifth and final season produced 25 color episodes. The show was developed by Robert Pirosh, who wrote the pilot episode.

    S1.E7 Escape to Nowhere Episode aired Nov 20, 1962

    Lt. Hanley is captured and forced by a Nazi general to help him and his daughter escape, after an attempt on Hitler's life.


  • 'Tea Time' Episode 58: Enormous Danger -...
    by George Freund on November 2, 2022 at 2:16 PM
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    … I think the evidence is very strong from independent researchers, that there never was a viral pandemic with a novel pathogen.

    The deaths that we saw were medical malpractice at best and murder at worst.

    Basically, we were lied to from the beginning. I don’t believe this has been a novel cause of illness and death other than our governments’ responses to the fake pandemic.

    They’ve lied about the public health emergency, they’ve lied about the necessity and usefulness of the measures, and they’ve lied about the design, research, development, and use of these so-called vaccines.

    … I didn't get there in one leap. I started my journey when Boris Johnson said: “ I have to tell you, you must stay at home”. That was the moment I knew we’d lost the country. And then seeing lots of other countries doing the same… I thought: My God, we are in danger of losing the free world.

    The outcome does not matter to me. I am absolutely serious.

    If I perish attempting to avert this it will be fine. It’s about my children and grandchildren. - Dr. Michael Yeadon

  • The F.B.I. S1 EP10 The Giant Killer
    by George Freund on November 1, 2022 at 4:32 PM
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    The F.B.I. is an American television series broadcast on ABC from 1965 -74. It was sponsored by the Ford Motor Company, and the characters almost always drove Ford vehicles in the series. Alcoa and American Tobacco Company co-sponsored the first season only with Ford.


    Produced by Quinn Martin and based in part on concepts from the 1959 Warner Bros. theatrical film The FBI Story, the series was an authentic telling of or fictionalized accounts of actual F.B.I. cases, with fictitious main characters carrying the stories. Efrem Zimbalist, Jr. played Inspector Lewis Erskine, a widower whose wife died as a result of an ambush that was meant for him. Philip Abbott played Arthur Ward, assistant director to F.B.I. chief J. Edgar Hoover. Although Hoover served as series consultant until his death in 1972, he was never seen in the series.

    Stephen Brooks played Inspector Erskine's assistant, Special Agent Jim Rhodes, for the first two seasons. Lynn Loring played Inspector Erskine's daughter and Rhodes' love interest, Barbara, in the first few episodes of the show. Although the couple was soon engaged on the show, that romantic angle was soon dropped.

    In 1967, Brooks was replaced by veteran actor William Reynolds, who played Special Agent Tom Colby until 1973. The series would enjoy its highest ratings during this time, peaking at No. 10 in the 1970–1971 season. For the final season, Shelly Novack played Special Agent Chris Daniels.

    Some episodes ended with a "most wanted" segment hosted by Zimbalist, noting the F.B.I.'s most wanted criminals of the day (this was decades before the Fox Network aired America's Most Wanted). The most famous instance during the series' run came following the April 21, 1968 episode, when Zimbalist asked for information about fugitive James Earl Ray, who was being sought in the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

    The series aired on ABC at 8 p.m. Sunday from 1965 to 1973, when it was moved up to 7:30 p.m. for the final season. The series was a co-production of Quinn Martin Productions and Warner Bros. Television, as Warner Bros. held the television and theatrical rights to any project based on The FBI Story. It was the longest running of all of Quinn Martin's television series, having aired nine seasons.

    10 10 "The Giant Killer" Don Medford Mark Rodgers November 21, 1965

    Case file #52-19223-W: A deranged man (Robert Duvall) is planning on destroying an American test rocket. He has left a series of cryptic radio messages across the U.S.

  • 77 Sunset Strip S01 EP08 The Well-Select...
    by George Freund on November 1, 2022 at 10:07 AM
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    77 Sunset Strip is an American television private detective series created by Roy Huggins and starring Efrem Zimbalist Jr., Roger Smith, and Edd Byrnes. Each episode was one hour long. The show ran from 1958 to 1964.

    The series revolves around two Los Angeles private detectives, both former government secret agents: Efrem Zimbalist, Jr., played Stuart ("Stu") Bailey, a character Huggins had originated in his 1946 novel The Double Take (which he later adapted into the 1948 movie I Love Trouble, starring Franchot Tone in the role). Roger Smith played Jeff Spencer, also a former government agent, and a nonpracticing attorney. The duo worked out of a stylish office at 77 Sunset Boulevard (colloquially known as Sunset Strip), between La Cienega Boulevard and Alta Loma Road on the south side of the strip next door to Dean Martin's real-life lounge, Dino's Lodge. Suzanne, the beautiful French switchboard operator played by Jacqueline Beer, handled the phones.

    Comic relief was provided by Roscoe the racetrack tout (played by Louis Quinn), and Gerald Lloyd "Kookie" Kookson III (played by Edd Byrnes), the rock and roll-loving, wisecracking, hair-combing hipster and aspiring PI who worked as the valet parking attendant at Dino's, the club next door to the detectives' office. Byrnes had originally been cast as a contract killer in the series pilot, but proved so popular that he was brought back in a new role for the series.

    Despite Huggins' hopes for a hard-edged drama, the tone of the series was much lighter and featured a strong element of self-deprecating humor. Many of the episodes were named "capers". The catchy theme song, written by the accomplished team of Mack David and Jerry Livingston, typified the show's breezy, jazzed atmosphere. The song became the centerpiece of an album of the show's music in Warren Barker-led orchestrations, which was released in 1959, a top-10 hit in the Billboard LP charts.

    8 8 "The Well-Selected Frame" Boris Sagal Story by : Gerald Drayson Adams

    Teleplay by : Charles Hoffman November 28, 1958

    Jeff is hired by a woman who believes her husband is trying to kill her.

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