NewWorldNextWeek.com: Episode167 -
Alexis Psyop, School Sucks, Panera Cares
Welcome to New World Next Week - the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in open source intelligence news. This week:
Story #1: Swat Team 'Stood Down' At Navy Yard Mass Shooting Scene
Probe Launched Over Claim That Elite Capitol Police Unit Blocked From Navy Yard Massacre
Navy Yard Shooter Carved 'BETTER OFF THIS WAY' And 'MY E-L-F WEAPON' Into Stock Of Gun
Ground Zero: Many Untold Anomalies to Aaron Alexis' Story
Story #2: Child Star Says School Brainwashes Kids, Everyone Should Drop Out
Video: Famous Actor Reveals Real Name, Gives Incredibly Insightful Speech About Hard Work And Generosity At Teen Choice Awards
Biotech Industry Slips Pro-GMO Propaganda Into Children's School Textbooks
Is The BBC's "Science Britannica" Yet Another Primetime Advertisement For GM?
Story #3: Panera Bread's CEO Tries To Eat On $4.50 A Day
Flashback: Problems At Portland's Panera Cares
Flashback: A Governor Truly Tightens His Belt
Just What The Doctor Ordered: Med Students Team With Chefs
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