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Guest Page Fast links to Bios: Kynthea – Timothy – Annetta – Keith   Help Keep “The Other Side of the News” on the Air! Your Contributions are Appreciated. Tonight, we engage in an extemporaneous discussion of the currently crumbling worldwide narrative. We examine the connection between all the events playing out with their surrouding and contrarian stories. The way all of these events are affecting each other in a quiet war, from the Scamdemic to the World Banking Crisis. Guest Page Fast links to Bios: Kynthea – Timothy – Annetta – Keith Guest Page Fast links to Bios: Kynthea – Timothy – Annetta – Keith Guest Page Fast links to Bios: Kynthea – Timothy – Annetta – Keith Guest Page Fast links to Bios: Kynthea – Timothy – Annetta – Keith Guest Page Fast links to Bios: Kynthea – Timothy – Annetta – Keith

Guest Page Fast links to Items: Richard  – Barbara Fast links to Bios:  Danny – Barbara – Georgia   Support The Other Side of Midnight! Fifty-eight years ago … the world took a radically wrong turn. President John Fitzgerald Kennedy, 35th President of the United States, was publicly assassinated on a sunny afternoon in Dallas, Texas — November 22, 1963 — setting the United States, if not the world, on a decades-long spiraling descent into increasing authoritarianism, an abrupt retrenchment in the previous global march toward increasing human rights and economic freedom … if not a world-wide ressurrgence of outright fascism. Now, Robert Kagan — American neoconservative Brookings’ scholar and long-term critic of U.S. foreign policy — has termed the mounting domestic backlash against democracy — culminating in a literal, physical insurrection riot at the U.S. Capitol, January 6th– “The greatest Constitutional Crisis since the Civil War ….” So, here’s the […]

Guest Page Fast links to Items: Richard – Cynthia – Barbara Fast links to Bios: Cynthia – Barbara – Matt   Support The Other Side of Midnight! 911 …. Of all the dates that will forever “live in infamy” in American history, September 11, 2001 is unquestionable right up there … right under December 7, 1941, and November 22, 1963. or, aside from marking the total destruction of two major symbols of American capitolism in lower Manhatten, as well as the unprecedented physical attack on the equally unique symbol of American military power in the world, “the Pentagon,” September 11TH will trigger a 20-year-long “forever war” … in one of the remotest places on Earth– Afghanistan. A war that will ultimately take the lives of 2461 young serving Americans … dying in a place most of their fellow citizens still can’t even locate on a map! And all for what … a […]

Susan Bradford explores with us the relationships between the powerful merchants of Venice and the Hanseatic League and the Vatican, to reveal how the relationships they forged in Central Asia put the world on a trajectory for Communist China to lead the New World Order. Guest Page Fast links to Items: Susan – Darlene – Kynthea – Timothy – Annetta Fast links to Bios: Susan – Darlene – Kynthea – Timothy – Annetta – Keith Help Keep “The Other Side of the News” on the Air! Your Contributions are Appreciated. Guest Page Fast links to Items: Susan – Darlene – Kynthea – Timothy – Annetta Fast links to Bios: Susan – Darlene – Kynthea – Timothy – Annetta – Keith Show Items . Susan’s Items: 1. Royal Blood Lies     2. Tartar Treachery: The Inside Story on How International Bankers, Communist China, and The Vatican Collaborated to Advance a Centuries Old Plan for a New World Order […]

Guest Page Fast links to Items: Richard – Rick Fast links to Bios: Rick – Georgia My guest tonight, historian Dr. Richard Spence, is asking a crucial question: “Is America permanently divided?” Regardless of whether we get our news from television, or all our information about the world comes from Facebook and Instagram, there is ONE thing on which we are agreeing: The United States, in the second decade of the Twenty-First Century, seems hopelessly at odds with itself … on even basic “stuff” — like, did Biden really win the last election? There is a much-cliched phrase– “Those who do not learn from History … are condemned to repeat it.” The quote is often attributed to 19th/20th Century Harvard philosopher, George Santayana — and in its original form read: “Those who cannot remember the past, are condemned to repeat it …” See, even “history” doesn’t agree about the MOST basic stuff […]