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Zachary Hubbard's decoding with Gematria

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We are living in a moment where we are lied to several times a day, many
different ways, for many different purposes, none of them which are beneficial
to us or our children's futures. If you're concerned about this world you're
living in and can see that something is wrong, but can't quite put a finger on
it, please watch the videos I routinely create on this channel, exposing how our
daily mainstream media deceives us for the purpose of serving an agenda that is
not for 'we the people'.

This channel is dedicated to exposing who is behind this propaganda, and how we
can put an end to them once and for all. It is also dedicated to expanding
consciousness, through teaching the beneficial skills of numerology and
Gematria. Please subscribe and share to help make this a greater community of
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The Gematria Effect
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Can reality be predicted by understanding the underlying mathematical make-up of
reality? Zachary K. Hubbard breaks down this week's current events, predicts the
outcomes of (rigged) sporting events, and exposes the on-going web of lies and
distractions with careful calculation.

Freemasonry is an international organization beholden to Jewry with the
political goal of establishing Jewish domination through world-wide revolution.

Part 1- How to Gematria Lesson (Ultimate Edition)

Breaking The Rules (1987) [ADULT 18+]
Breaking The Rules (1987)


The one-time preacher shakes and shudders as he tears into subjects including sex, marriage, religion, drugs and famine in this HBO special.

Certificate: TV-MA
Year: 1987
Duration: 49m
Audio: English


Murdoch Murdoch
Murdoch Murdoch

This trio—comprised of Murdoch, Dr. Murdoch, and Murdoch-Chan—blends lo-fi graphic design, chan humor, and absurdist storytelling to critique the filth around us while inspiring our remnant to take action. In this conversation, the Murdoch Murdoch team hit on a variety of topics, including their own personal influences, the future of the alt-right, and the artistic symbolism of gassing Dr. William Luther Pierce.

Murdoch Murdoch: It started out as just animated shitposting. Once the 'migrant' crisis started that caused us to start taking things more seriously. We never thought we'd gain much of an audience, but the Internet has a place even for artists like us.

As far as inspirations: South Park, Adult Swim, Akira, LotGH, Marcus Aurelius, Machiavelli, Donald Trump, various WWII documentaries, 80s pop culture, etc. And of course: Kubrick.

Murdoch Murdoch are makers of animated white nationalist comedy videos.


The characters in these videos are: There are two men--a blonde named Murdoch and a brunette named Dr. Murdoch. Then there is a redheaded woman named Murdoch-chan.

The three characters represent different groups within the alt-right. Murdoch is a libertarian. Dr. Murdoch is a nationalist. Murdoch-chan is a national socialist.

Murdoch often has yellow fever. He has had a hapa girlfriend at one point. The hapa girl was a national socialist. He also has a fetish for Tila Tequila that continued even after Tila had a child.

They Live (1988)
MoviesTHEY LIVE (1988)

Is about your world, and the Judeo Masonic Mafia that controls it...

They Live is a 1988 American satirical science fiction horror film written and directed by John Carpenter. The film stars Roddy Piper, Keith David, and Meg Foster. It follows an unnamed drifter (referred to as "John Nada" in the film's credits) who discovers the ruling class are in fact aliens concealing their appearance and manipulating people to spend money, breed, and accept the status quo with subliminal messages in mass media. They Live is based on the 1963 short story, "Eight O'Clock in the Morning" by Ray Nelson.

At release it was number one in the box office, but sales soon suffered, though the film was nominated for two Saturn Awards. They Live has since become a cult film. The film has had a lasting impact on street art, particularly that of Shepard Fairey; its quotations have entered the popular culture, and it makes appearances on all-time lists for best fight scenes.

Plot summary

Drifter "John Nada" (Roddy Piper) finds construction work in Los Angeles and befriends fellow construction worker Frank Armitage (Keith David), who leads him to a local shantytown soup kitchen. There, Nada encounters strange activity around the church: a blind preacher (Raymond St. Jacques) loudly chastising others to wake up, a police helicopter hovers overhead, and a drifter (George Buck Flower) complains that his TV signal is continually interrupted by a man warning everyone about those in power. Nada discovers the nearby church is a front. The choir heard outside is an audio recording and the building is filled with scientific equipment and cardboard boxes. Nada finds a box hidden in the wall, but flees when the preacher notices him. That night, the police attack and bulldoze the shantytown. Nada returns in the morning to find the church empty, but with the hidden boxes still in the wall. He takes one of the boxes and in an alley, he opens the box and finds it filled with sunglasses. Taking a pair, he hides the box in a garbage can.

Nada quickly discovers the sunglasses have unique properties: they reduce the colors of the world around him to black and white and allow him to see that media and advertising hide omnipresent subliminal commands to obey, consume, reproduce, and conform. They also make clear that many people in positions of wealth and power are actually humanoid aliens with skull-like faces.

In a grocery store, Nada confronts an alien woman who then speaks into her wristwatch, notifying others about him. Two alien police officers try to apprehend Nada, but he kills them and takes their guns. He goes on a shooting spree, killing several aliens that he encounters in a nearby bank. He sees one vanish using its wristwatch. Nada escapes, destroying a small, flying saucer-like alien surveillance drone and taking a Cable 54 assistant director named Holly Thompson (Meg Foster) hostage. At her luxurious hill-top home, Nada tries to convince her of the truth. He also begins suffering migraine headaches as a result of using the glasses. Holly finds his story absurd, and catching him unaware, knocks him through a window and calls the police. Nada tumbles down a steep hillside and escapes, leaving his sunglasses behind.

Now a fugitive, Nada returns to the alley where he finds the garbage can that held the other glasses is empty. However, he retrieves the box from a nearby garbage truck. Frank meets Nada, who is now a wanted fugitive, to give him his paycheck. Though Nada tells his story, Frank does not believe him and tells Nada he wants nothing further to do with him. Nada engages in an extended street fight with Frank, trying to force him to put on a pair of sunglasses. Finally after gaining the upper hand, Nada places the glasses on Frank who now understands. The two rent a hotel room to discuss their predicament. Gilbert (Peter Jason), a member of the shantytown, discovers them and notifies them about a secret meeting with other activists.

At the meeting, Nada and Frank are given special contact lenses to replace their sunglasses. They learn from the bearded man's broadcast that the aliens control Earth as their third world, depleting its resources and causing global warming before moving on to other planets. The aliens use a subliminal signal broadcast into people's brains to camouflage themselves. Destroying its source will allow everyone on Earth to see their true form. Frank is given a stolen alien wristwatch which functions as a communications and teleportation device. Holly arrives joining the cause before apologizing to Nada. However, the police suddenly attack the meeting, killing everyone while Nada and Frank manage to fight their way out. After being cornered in an alley, Frank accidentally opens a temporary portal by throwing the watch, through which the two jump into a network of underground passages.

The two find the aliens in a grand hall celebrating with their elite human collaborators. The same homeless drifter that Nada and Frank met earlier appears as a collaborator and believes the two to be collaborators as well. He takes them on a tour of the passages, revealed to link the alien society including a space travel port. A further passage leads to the basement of the Cable 54 station, the source of the aliens' signal. The two then launch an attack, killing many alien soldiers. Nada and Frank fight their way through the building to find the broadcaster on the roof before meeting Holly and taking her along. As Nada climbs up a staircase to the signal broadcaster disguised as a satellite dish, Holly suddenly shoots and kills Frank off-screen, finally revealing herself to also be a human collaborator.

Holly takes aim at Nada and persuades him to stop as an alien-manned police helicopter hovers overhead. Nada complies by dropping his weapon, but then retrieves a hidden pistol from his sleeve and kills her. He then shoots and destroys the broadcaster before being fatally wounded by the aliens in their helicopter. Before he dies, Nada gives them "the finger" as his last defiant gesture now that he scored the final victory over the aliens. With the signal destroyed, humans all over the world discover the aliens in their midst and the film suddenly ends.

What is The New World Order?

Freemasonry is an international organization beholden to Jewry with the political goal of establishing Jewish domination through world-wide revolution.

They Live : John Carpenter World Message of Zionism [film analysis]



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