We need to get out and vote this year or USA Republicans will lose majority in Congress and Trump will be impeached.

See this video. By the middle of it, Tommy Robinson learns that the Metropolitan Intelligence Bureau (UK spy agency) is behind every jihadist terrorist attack in the UK.

The Right Stuff

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The Right Stuff (TRS) is a white nationalist website and podcast. Its founder is Mike Enoch. He wasn't always jew-wise. He even married a woman who was 1/4 jewish. What he suffered under her was enough to turn him against jews. The two split up and he founded The Right Stuff.

TRS's main star is Morrakiu.

They have no association with Rightpedia.

Coincidence Detector

It's the Jews! Another coincidence.

The Right Stuff started the meme making a Jew's name echo to point it out. In writing, they put (((echo))) parenthesis marks around a Jew's name, which is more subtle than the . So instead of Karl Marx you get (((Karl Marx))). They also made an extension for (((Google))) Chrome called the Coincidence Detector. It was on Google's extensions list until the Jews who run Google went "Oy vey! The goyim know! Shut it down!" in early June 2016. A Firefox extension also exists.[1] The Google Chrome extension is still maintained and can still be downloaded privately here. If you browse the Wikipedia article on neoconservatism, nearly all the names are highlighted with the echo parenthesis.

So then a lot of tribalist Jews started using it on themselves “a Jewish way of expressing solidarity against antisemites.” So then Julian Assange of Wikileaks noticed that all the people attacking him had those parenthesis around their names. So he mentioned it on Twitter in July 2016. After that, international jewry and the zio-media launched a smear campaign to call him an "anti-semite".[2]

Sinead McCarthy made some videos about experiments that Ivan Pavlov did on dogs using ellipses to induce neurosis. It was essentially you condition a dog to react to a circle and not an ellipse and then you gradually confuse the two by slightly altering the circle. This makes the dog go crazy.[3]

Sinead also coined the term "Cohen-cidence". Cohen being a common Jewish name. [4]


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