11 thoughts on “Will you show up for your own funeral?

  1. smj

    There are no heroes of course. The Q types will never admit it though…

    “Zbigniew Brzezinski last night recalled being a teenager when Jan Karski came to his home for dinner during the time the Polish resistance fighter was providing some of the first accounts of the Holocaust to the West.
    Brzezinski, the former national security advisor, joined Madeleine K. Albright, former U.S. Secretary of State, Polish ambassador Ryszard Schnepf and Georgetown’s former senior Jewish Chaplain Rabbi Harold S. White in a tribute to Karski, a Georgetown professor who died in 2000.
    The event, co-sponsored by the School of Foreign Service and the Jan Karski Educational Foundation, celebrated the recent republication by Georgetown University Press of Karski’s 1944 book Story of a Secret State. The book documents Karski’s work in the Polish Underground beginning in 1939.”


    “Albright was born Marie Jana Korbelová in 1937 in the Smíchov district of Prague, Czechoslovakia.[13] She is the daughter of Josef Korbel, a Czech diplomat, and Anna Korbel (née Spieglová).[14] At the time of her birth, Czechoslovakia had been independent for less than 20 years, having gained independence from the Austria-Hungary empire after World War I. Her father was a supporter of the early Czech democrats, Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk and Edvard Beneš.[15] Marie Jana had a younger sister Katherine[16] and a younger brother John (these versions of their names are Anglicized).”


    “Eduard Beneš was born into a peasant family in 1884 in the small town of Kožlany, Bohemia, in what was then the Austro-Hungarian Empire. He was the youngest son and tenth child overall of Mat?j Beneš (1843–1910) and Anna Petronila (née Beneš;[2] 1840–1909).[3][4] One of his siblings was the future Czechoslovak politician Vojta Beneš. His nephew through his brother Václav was Bohuš Beneš, a diplomat and author. Bohuš was the father of Emilie Benes Brzezinski, an American sculptor, and Václav E. Beneš, a Czech-American mathematician.”


    “ Shortly after graduating from Wellesley, Emilie Beneš, herself a relative of Czechoslovakia’s former president Edvard Beneš, married Polish-born emigrant turned naturalized citizen Zbigniew Brzezinski, a political scientist who served as an adviser to President Carter. The Brzezinskis have three children. Their oldest son, Ian Brzezinski, has served as Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Europe and NATO Policy in 2001–2005, under President George W. Bush, among other roles. Their second son, Mark Brzezinski, is a lawyer and political appointee who has served as an adviser to President Clinton and President Obama. Their youngest child, Mika Brzezinski, is a television journalist, political commentator, and co-host for MSNBC.[4]

    Václav Edvard Beneš, a mathematician, is her brother.”


    1. napoleon wilson( non mason )

      that explains more about muricas past 40 odd years than any political historian , and it pretty much explains why the puppet strings on trump are directly tied to a lost generations ideals ,
      i really do see universitites now as powerplants that leak ideals into local politics
      but this toxic waste drips upwards

  2. xileffilex

    Again, I’m suspicious of this UK item from Milton Keynes. This event made the MSM., press and TV. This funeral was videod – how fortunate.

    “This is the new way of life we’ve got to live with it” – says one son.

    What’s the agenda here? They look like the sort of people who would have questioned authority normally.

    watch the interview video, suspicously syndicated from Good Morning TV [always a sign of a staged event]

    Changing the subject… professional sport must go on, soccer and HOCKEY included
    It’s all streamed, who needs spectators ?
    Can you believe these indispensable hockey pros are Covid tested every day, 32,374 tests in total, and not a single real OR FALSE positive. Seems like they can turn off the positive results at will. Or turn them on when required.

    1. Fakeologist Post author

      It’s all about the spin Cycles according to official counter-narrative. To me, it’s all about the simulation. Where I live oh, they’re sending the swabs to California for testing. I suppose we don’t have any competent lab technicians where I live.

      1. xileffilex

        It’s OK shutting down schools, offices or factories because of a single [simulated or false] positive Covid test, but it’s not going to happen to the sports pros now that the millions of dollars are rolling in again. We’re not going to see these actors going down like flies again as they were back in March.
        Spiro Skouras has just uploaded a video featuring historical Kary Mullis interviews to illustrate his investigation of the PCR test. Oddly, Spiro states he won the Nobel Peace Prize, when it was actually and appropriately [1993] the Nobel Prize for Chemistry.

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