Many different kinds of singers have performed this powerful song, written in 1932 by Mexican composer Augustin Lara. Here's one from the other side of the world doing a great rendition -- Korean tenor Wookyung Kim -- along with an entirely Korean orchestra:
The father and stepmother of serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer appeared on Larry King in June 2004. (Lionel Dahmer's book A Father's Story is worth reading.) Video footage of the insanity trial is shown here; the court ruled that Jeffrey Dahmer was not mentally ill. Today the ruling would have assuredly been the opposite, given what we have seen in the spree of recent mass shootings. Some things to consider: Jeffrey, a young man with hidden homosexual and necrophilic habits, was enlisted in the military by his parents. Was he profiled and trained? (See Dave McGowan's book Programmed to Kill.) Also note the real reactions/emotions of victims' families in court -- unlike the ready "forgiveness" and crocodile tears of victims' parents shown by the media in recent years.
The mother of the Hampstead children:
Is Alisa embedded in this Audi commercial (aired during the Superbowl)?
Interview with Jeran of Jeranism:
A head-straightening address by Andrew Breitbart to an indoctrinated college student:
Note: The college student is using a voice called the "false feminine" (see author Carol Gilligan, In a Different Voice, pdf article here), which is not an authentic voice, but a childlike substitute developed in adolescence. A YouTube on how this physically works:
A YouTube commentator with the channel pocketsofthefuture, whose background is in counseling, explains how Hollywood corrupts our hearts:
It's called the Twisted Envy Women's Hail Pizza Heavyweight Hoodie and can be bought here in any of 10 different colors. Notice the inverted pentagram. Why are we to Hail Pizza? Not a friendly or wholesome suggestion given today's new understanding.
A 2016 report from the BBC (read it here). We can guess why. Quote: Europol estimates that around 10,000 unaccompanied children have gone missing in Europe over the past two years. The BBC World Service Inquiry programme asks why so many have disappeared. ... Some of them have been sent by their parents hoping their child would have a better chance at life ... In 2015, according to Missing Children Europe, 91% of the children who arrived in Europe on their own were boys, and 51% were from Afghanistan.