It’s a bit early to be declaring “best-ofs” for a year that’s just two days old. But this is a lock. Of all the great interviews sure to appear between now and December 31, none will be as meaningful or as well-done as these two.
First, here’s Solari Report’s Catherine Austin Fitts explaining how the pandemic, lockdowns, vaccines, digital currencies, space military, and all the other things that have the sound money community thoroughly spooked might enable the 1% to enslave (and maybe neuter) the rest of us.
And here’s New York University professor Mark Crispin Miller, who was nearly canceled by academic fascists for suggesting that his students research both sides of the mask debate — in a class on propaganda.
His department administrators and many of his colleagues turned on him, but — here’s why the story is so great — instead of groveling and slinking off into the SJW sunset, he is suing his accusers for slander, a case that in a rational world he’d be virtually guaranteed to win. To contribute to his legal fund, click here.