Is The MSM Starting To Take “The Conspiracy That Must Not Be Named” Seriously?

“Baffling critics and audiences in 1999, Eyes Wide Shut has become a defining movie of the Jeffrey Epstein era.”
–Andrew Whalen, “Newsweek”

This is literally Pizzagate in existence!”
–Jason Johnson, MSNBC contributor

I call it on this site “The Conspiracy That Must Not Be Named”–hoping to avoid pissing off the search engine algorithms who consider the mere mention of the word “Pizzagate” indicative of some type of alt-right screed.

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Second Sun: “2010: The Year We Make Contact”

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2010: The Year We Make Contact is the 1984 sequel to the classic 1968 Stanley Kubrick film 2001: A Space Odyssey (sans Kubrick) and answered such burning questions like: “whatever happened to Dave Bowman?” “whatever happened to that space fetus?” “what ever happened to those monoliths?” and “will HAL get his own Saturday morning cartoon show?”

We receive the answers to all of the above and more in 2010, in the process parsing out the then still current Cold War, an intriguing theory regarding a “Second Sun,” and pretty much telling the same story as the same year’s Star Trek III: The Search For Spock.

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