Every fall, the richest man in the world, Jeff Bezos, takes a gang of writers out on a retreat called Campfire. The retreat is incredibly secretive, but what we do know is that the writers love it. However, not all is perfect in writer paradise. Last year, Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged madam Ghislaine Maxwell attended the retreat. This raises interesting questions about connections between wealthy financier Jeffrey Epstein and Amazon founder Jeff Bezos.
From the moment my phone told me that Jeffrey Epstein had committed suicide, I knew something was up. People like this have information. If they engaged in wrongdoing with friends, and those friends are powerful enough, there’s a means and motive to take that kind of person out. It seems that the whole of the American public thinks the wealthy financier was murdered, too.
Despite everyone realizing that this is probably the truth, nothing will happen.
It seems that controversy follows Jordan Peterson wherever he goes. It’s hard for him to escape the bitter teeth of progressivism. In a world forever diving deeper into relativism, his definite truths for how you can make your life a little bit better pierce unwanting ears. We’re plagued by nihilism. Thus, when director Patricia Marcoccia and producer Maziar Ghaderi set out to make a documentary about him, they were quickly met with conflict, anger, and threats of violence.
I had the pleasure of talking to Maziar and Patricia about their documentary and its place in the present culture war.
ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is dead by the hands of US forces, bringing an end to Trump’s top national security priority. On Sunday morning, Trump announced that special forces took out al-Baghdadi in a “dangerous and daring” overnight raid. al-Baghdadi attempted to flee through a network of underground tunnels.
— Aurora Intel (@AuroraIntel) October 27, 2019
It’s so cliche now for me to rail against “big tech”. Aside from the government itself, it’s the biggest boogeyman in modern times. Therefore, I’m just going to cut straight to the chase: YouTube is terrified of Tulsi Gabbard. They don’t want you to hear her words. They don’t want you to read her name. They want to engineer the way you think in a way that Russian trolls only dream of doing.