The third rail is the one you don't step on. We will be shedding light on developments relevant to people in Minnesota Big Media won't cover, amongst which: the creeping advancement of the Sharia Agenda, Somali crime, DHS fraud, voter fraud, immigration-related health alerts and more.
There's a Watergate size scandal brewing in Minnesota and the political establishment, the media and some very corrupt people benefiting from it are hoping it will go away. In this episode of Third Rail Talk we talk with Michele Evan, a vocal Minnesota activist who is just as outraged about the level and the size of the fraud as she is about the complicity of the political establishment.
Get the latest from one of Minnesota's active citizens refusing to let this scandal go away, taking it to the streets and now to our studio in an attempt to wake up many others and demand a government that does its job.
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Third Rail Talk interviewed California based Pastor Ramin Parsa on August 27th and discovered that while visiting Minnesota last week for his three day visit, and congregation presentation earlier on Saturday, Pastor Parsa was invited by his host to visiting the Mall of America, for an enjoyable stroll and coffee, and for his first time in one of Minnesota’s most renowned iconic attractions.
While at the Mall, Pastor Parsa struck up a mutually enjoyable conversation with a couple of young Somali women, who appeared to be delighted to visit with him and his local host pastor.
This is part of the original interview published on August 29th, edited for quality.
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On this episode of Third Rail Talk, we will hear from a very interesting guest from Saudi Arabia. Abdul Aldosary is from Saudi Arabia. He studied and worked in the US and came to appreciate the liberty we have in this country. He calls himself a "secular Muslim", he believes the "problematic" parts of the Quran and any religions shouldn't be applied to today's society and most importantly, he issues a serious warning to America about Sharia Law and terrorist organizations like the Muslim Brotherhood and its American representatives CAIR, ISNA, MAS, and others.
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Time to start podcasting proper. So here it is, "Episode 1" of an actual podcast meant for our listening audience!
All the links I mention are in the description below:
A lot of us complain about how nasty are Twitter and Facebook. I'm one of them.
We know about "activist" judges. We know about the activist mainstream "fake news" media.
Enter the "activist businesses" such as Google, Apple, Facebook, and Twitter. [Microsoft probably not too different, except they aren't too involved with the social media arena and their colors have been showing too much.]
What these activist businesses are doing is bad for freedom of speech, it's bad for America, it's bad for us, but it's also bad for them and bad for business. These companies (Facebook and Twitter are only two big players but we can list here Apple, Google, PayPal, GoDaddy and a host of other anti-liberty players) believe they are "too big to fail" and they can afford to treat conservatives like the enemy.
They deplatformed Alex Jones. He was too extreme, they said. Hm? Really? Did he go out and club people on the head? Antifa did but Antifa is still on Social Media. Did he try to break into someone's home while their wife was home alone like Antifa did with Carlson Tucker? No, but Antifa did and Antifa is still on social media, right?
So who's "extreme now"?
But Alex Jones used "hate speech", they say...
Hate speech? As defined by who? I think it's hate speech when Louis Farrakhan calls the Jews "termites". But he's still on social media, right?
I can give so many other examples...
Did they stop with Alex Jones? Nope. They only started with him (Milo was deplatformed even before him).
Then they came for Laura Loomer. She had over 265,000 followers on Twitter. She #Loomered the whos-who of all the familiar SWAMP creatures fake news media has been protecting for so long. We cheered! But are we following Laura on alternative platforms now that she has been banned on Twitter?
Then they shut down Liz Corkin (a Christian Conservative woman with over 100K followers on Twitter). They shut down our own Minnesota adorable deplorable Marni Hockenberg - I can go on and on.
And then came the GAB (www.gab.ai) mayhem!
GAB has been booted off all known platforms because of the Pittsburgh shooter who had an account on GAB. Wow, like all kinds of shooters before him haven't had social media account? YOU CAN'T MAKE THIS STUFF UP!
So GAB keeps on fighting!
They are up and running. Opening an account on GAB is a way of sticking it up to Twitter and Facebook. So go ahead and do it even if you don't use the account right now. You will probably to need it if you start posting pro-Liberty, Anti-Sharia stuff, trust me!
But it goes beyond that - GoDaddy, the huge hosting company booted GAB off their platform. But Epik, also a hosting company, accepted GAB.
So guess what. I had some business to take care of today. A domain name to purchase. So I created an account with Epik and took my business there, not to GoDaddy.
No company is bigger than the market. The market, you and I as customers create demand, not companies.
So if you need hosting and domain services, consider dropping GoDaddy or another obvious anti-liberty activist leftist business and take your business to Epik! And btw, their customer service is BETTER than GoDaddy and that is the truth. In fact, EVERYTHING they offer is better than GoDaddy.
[I am not affiliated with Epik and benefit nothing except moral satisfaction from sending customers their way.]
Let me know if you need further consulting on similar IT related issues, I've navigated these waters for 10+ years and have gained some experience in my dealings with tech companies both as a customer and as a provider through my small business.
Here's a blog piece on why Epik accepted GAB (https://epik.com/blog/why-epik-welcomed-gab-com.html)
If you want to get going with their service, you can just go here: https://www.epik.com