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The Winds Howl Before The Storm

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I read a lot - Maybe even too much - but this is worth passing along. Paul Craig Roberts and Robert Perry have current articles on this subject, as does Deena Stryker. But, Christopher Black sums them up in a striking fashion

The Poem at the end is interesting. It also provides the Title to this Quick Link. I have never read anything by Christopher Black before, but I shall add him to my list of authors to watch for.

Trinity - July 1945
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Political Activist, writer and commentator. I have eclectic interests, and am a retired Mechanical Designer. I live in Hawaii, and am far to the left of current the political mainstream.

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