Tag Archives: Magnitsky Act

Bits and Pieces – 20181202, Sunday

Commentary

I was going to slot this under Social Collapse but instead I’m featuring this article because it is at once astounding, insightful into our culture and profoundly disturbing: Watch What Happens When A Baby That Is Addicted To A Cellphone Has It Taken Away. Note that the mother thinks that this is funny and a search in YouTube finds the video in Best funny baby video compilation of 2015. Here’s just the video:

A real hoot.

By the way, if you know someone who might be interested in my letter, please pass it on. They can email me (see End Notes) requesting inclusion on my mailing list.

Bits and Pieces – 20181125, Sunday

Commentary

I’m adding a new topic – Energy. I work from a topic template structure with 36 topics arranged in 3 levels of detail breakdown. In choosing to add another, I reviewed all topics and sub-topics and found none that I wanted to delete. Many are not currently of active interest but could find an entry at any time. Often, an article that I wish to include spans diverse topics and it can be a challenge figuring out where to slot it in. So why energy now? Here are some collected thoughts.

Bits and Pieces – 20180806, Monday

Commentary

In Bits and Pieces – 20180726, Thursday, I posted a link to commentary by Martin Armstrong, on a documentary on the Magnitsky Act and a link to the documentary. I hope you saw it because the video has been taken down. As Martin notes today in Why Has the Magnitsky Film Been Banned in USA & Europe? that the Magnitsky Act Behind the Scenes has been pulled from everywhere.

I did find a copy online so once again, here is the original film:

There is another film referenced by Martin today on the same subject: The 3rd Film on the Magnitsky Affair. Here is that film:

Bits and Pieces – 20180726, Thursday

Commentary

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