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    It's time to get your reality back under your control and rid your perspective of double-agents and saboteurs.(unknown)

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  1. Coast Guard seizes about 18 tons, $500 million worth of cocaine Nov. 16, 2018 "FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) - The United States Coast Guard seized cocaine with an estimated street value of around $500 million during a series of interdictions in international waters. The 18.5 tons (16.7 metric tons) of cocaine was unloaded at Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale Thursday. In a news release, Coast Guard officials said they worked with other U.S. agencies and law enforcement from other countries to seize the drugs from 15 smuggling boats off the coasts of Mexico, Central and South America. The operation also led to the arrests of 49 people who will be prosecuted in South Florida. Capt. Jeffrey Randall tells the Miami Herald the volume of cocaine being smuggled by water is draining the Coast Guard's resources. In 2017, the agency seized 226 tons of cocaine and brought in 708 suspects."
  3. 7 Real Places On Earth That Seem Scientifically Impossible
  4. Argentina submarine: ARA San Juan found Nov. 17, 2018 "The wreckage of a submarine which went missing with 44 crew on board a year ago has been found, the Argentine navy says. The ARA San Juan submarine disappeared 430km (270 miles) off the Argentine coast on 15 November 2017. The navy stopped its rescue mission two weeks after the sub's disappearance. However, a year and a day after it went missing, officials announced it had been found 800m (2,620ft) below the surface of the Atlantic Ocean. According to a tweet from the Argentine navy, the ARA San Juan had been positively identified under the water by a US company. The navy had earlier shared a picture from the seabed, suggesting a 60m-long object might be the missing submarine. snip tweet Relatives gathered to remember their loved ones earlier this week, while President Mauricio Macri promised to keep up the search for the submarine. What happened to the sub? The ARA San Juan was returning from a routine mission to Ushuaia, near the southern tip of South America, when it reported an "electrical breakdown". According to naval commander Gabriel Galeazzi, the submarine surfaced and reported what was described as a "short circuit" in the vessel's batteries. The sub was ordered to cut its mission short and return to the naval base in Mar del Plata immediately. The Argentine navy's last contact with the vessel was at approximately 07:30 (10:30 GMT) on 15 November, at which point its captain reportedly confirmed that the crew were well."
  5. San Vito, Costa Rica: A town that is being swallowed by great cracks 11/16/18 Sorry it's in Spanish, but this supposedly all happened in two hours.
  6. Six inches of snow nearly paralyzed the New York area. What went wrong? Nov. 17, 2018 NYT "NEW YORK — Drivers were trapped on gridlocked, snowy roads for hours. Middle schoolers in New Jersey had to spend the night at school. The upper level of the George Washington Bridge — one of the busiest bridges in the world — came to a standstill with drivers abandoning their cars. The New York region was all but paralyzed by an early winter storm that led to recriminations and second-guessing on Friday about what exactly went wrong. Mayor Bill de Blasio said the city was caught off guard by the ferocity of the storm after early forecasts predicted a light dusting. At Central Park, there were 6.4 inches of snow as of 5 a.m. Friday — the biggest one-day November snowfall in at least 136 years. “We’re going to do a full review,” de Blasio said in an interview on NY1 on Friday morning. “I’m not happy with the end result. It’s unacceptable.” snip A bus carrying preschool students left a Harlem school for children with special needs around 2 p.m. Thursday and still had five students on board around midnight as it crawled through the Bronx, according to City Councilman Ben Kallos, who helped a mother track down the bus by calling the bus driver’s cellphone. Police officers were dispatched to escort the bus as it finished dropping off children in the early morning hours. Jennifer Reynoso’s 3-year-old son was on the bus for 10 hours. She was so worried that she got in her car around 6 p.m. to search for the bus. Finally, she caught up to the bus at midnight. “It was horrible because I don’t know whether he was OK,” she said. “I didn’t know what was going on.” Reynoso said her son was exhausted and sleeping on the bus. He had not eaten since noon and had been in the same diaper all day. He was so upset that he did not speak to her until they got home." snip what a nightmare this is/was
  7. DARK TO LIGHT: Exposing the 2018 Midterm Elections
  8. SerialBrain2 - Let the unsealing begin. Let the DEC[L]AS begin. - tweet from JFK Library on Nov. 14, 2018
  9. - DHS - election trap method, pretty interesting EO 13848 of Sept. 12, 2018 On the other hand
  10. - a statement SPACE WEATHER, ROTHSCHILD & AGENDA 21 - tied to Capstone mentioned in a post above - check out WHO b-t energy is > here I bet these names are very familiar. Prince Alaweed bin Talal, Jeff Bezos, Bill Gates, Jack Ma, George Soros, Tom Steyer, Marc Zuckerberg and on and on. Nothing nefarious going on in California though.
  11. Mars: The Entire Planet is a Smoking Gun
  12. Phoenix Corona Over Senja, Norway Taken by Adrien Mauduit on November 11, 2018 @ Medfjordvær, Senja, Norway "Details: Last nights amazing aurora show over Senja, Norway was nothing short of magical. The lights started very early (6pm) as a stable arc on the northern horizon. As it had all completely cleared up and started in a very good manner, I drove to the fjords to get some shots. As I arrived there it started developing already and danced for a bit. It rapidly died out into a faint pulsating aurora for at least 2 hours. I decided to take a few time lapses in the meantime and moved around a lot. However I felt like it was far from being over! I moved to Meforjdvær for the rest of the night around 10pm. I started shooting a milky way and aurora timelapse as the latter was very faint. Around 11pm though a faint band in the south moved northwards to zenith and developed into a first beautiful corona, but once again not fully blown. A few minutes later though it came back with full intensity and this image appeared. Huge colorful pillars taking the shape of a fiery bird."
  13. ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS MARCH THROUGH MEXICO CITY, HEADED TO UN Feds "Harden" San Diego - Tijuana Border As LGBT Caravan Migrants First To Arrive
  14. Thank You! Q said be careful who you follow. This could be one of the reasons.
  15. ok, now they work for you. good. I'm not understanding this at all! So you are saying that this Ray Parrish guy is VF? But at the same time, VF is a real person? My brian begins to hurt!