Missing White Woman Syndrome

Interracial Marriage

People are complaining that the case (Gabby Petito) captivated the nation because of the slain woman’s skin color. It is her skin color that makes interracial relationships with black men and white women so magnetic. It could also be behind her fiancés alleged rage over her cell phone use. She is a 21 year old woman and it is not far fetched that she may have not been faithful.

In any case, this case also reveals how white supremacists stay on code. Look at the pictures they show of this white male suspect and can you imagine if he was black? They would not be showing affectionate pictures of him and her together like they are doing right now.

This is white supremacy on code and how the media controls the white narrative. Its a simple code. Never show white men in comprising positions. If the alleged criminal is a…

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Exposing False Jewish Founding Father |

Rabbi Akiba was a great sage of the second century who was executed by the Romans for teaching Torah at a time when the Romans had forbidden it. Akiba, or his father Joseph, was a convert to Judaism. But Akiba is known as Akiba ben Joseph the convert. Was Akiba, or his father Joseph, the convert? In Hebrew it is not clear. I offer a Midrash to explain why Akiba’s father was called Joseph the convert:


COVID-19 death statistics may be inflated by states adding murders, auto accident fatalities to list: report

A new report is raising questions about the accuracy of coronavirus death statistics, suggesting that the number of deaths from COVID-19 reported in the United States might be inflated.

Investigative journalist Sharyl Attkisson spoke with Brenda Bock, the coroner of Grand County, Colorado, in the most recent episode of her syndicated newsmagazine program “Full Measure,” which aired Sunday. In the program, coroners explained that the state was listing fatalities caused by gunshot wounds and vehicle crashes as deaths from the coronavirus. 

Attkisson opened the segment by noting that on Thanksgiving Day last year, a man named Lucias Reilly shot and his wife, Kristin, in the head before turning his gun on himself. Both of their deaths were listed as being caused by the coronavirus, not a fatal shooting.

While Bock had ruled the Reillys’ causes of death as a homicide and suicide, she told Attkisson that “the very next day it showed up on the state website as COVID deaths.”

“I questioned that immediately because I had not even signed off the death certificates yet and the state was already reporting them as COVID deaths,” she said.

Bock alleged that someone ran the Reillys’ names through a database, which showed that they had tested positive for coronavirus within 28 days of their death. Coronavirus was recorded as their cause of death even though Bock had concluded otherwise.

Attkisson asked Bock, “If we look at the death certificates for the murder-suicide case, what will it say about COVID?” Bock responded by saying, “Nothing, absolutely nothing. I paid a forensic pathologist to do the autopsies on those two cases. And nowhere is COVID mentioned on those death certificates.”

Within a week of the murder-suicide, Bock discovered that according to the state’s coronavirus database, Grand County had recorded two additional coronavirus deaths. Upon further investigation, she realized that “two of them were actually still alive, and yet they were counting them.”

Bock recalled that when “she called them on it,” state officials described the error as a “typo” and stressed that “they just got put in there by accident.” Attkisson also talked to Dr. James Caruso, the chief medical examiner and coroner for Colorado’s capital and largest city,  Denver.