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Old 07-11-2018, 08:05 PM   #361
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Official Clinton emails revealed true reasons for brutal Gaddafi assassination
John Brindley
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Following the money explains why Libyan leader Colonel Muammar Gaddafi was brutally assassinated in October 2011.

Official explanations focused on Gaddafi the dictator killing his own people yet emails sent to then American Secretary of State Hilary Clinton, the driving force behind this international atrocity, reveal a much different story.

Instead it was Gaddafi’s moral fight to release Africa from the financial restraints of the west that led to his downfall.

The email in question was sent to Clinton by her unofficial adviser Sydney Blumenthal titled France’s client and Qaddafi’s gold.

The communication, one of 3,000 Hilary Clinton emails released by thr State Department on New Year’s Eve 2015, includes a lengthy section outlining the huge threat Gaddafi’s gold and silver reserves, estimated at ‘143 tons of gold and a similar amount in silver’ posed to the French franc circulating as a prime African currency.

The key passage reads:

This gold was accumulated prior to the current rebellion and was intended to be used to establish a pan-African currency based on the Libyan golden Dinar. The plan was designed to provide the Francophone African Countries with an alternative to the French franc.

The same email identifies then French President Nicholas Sarkozy as leading the attack on Libya for five reasons – obtain Libyan oil, ensure French influence in the region, increase Sarkozy’s domestic reputation, assert French military power and prevent Gaddafi’s influence in what was considered a ‘Francophone Africa’.
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Old 17-11-2018, 07:00 PM   #362
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No more 'moderates'? Al Nusra terrorists unite ALL Idlib militants under single anti-Assad command
Published time: 16 Nov, 2018 07:20
Edited time: 17 Nov, 2018 09:48

The notorious Al Nusra terrorist group has announced it has united all the rebel factions in Idlib under a single command, eroding whatever thin line ever existed between the so-called 'moderate' militants and hardcore jihadists.

The Idlib province has been relatively calm following the September agreement between Russia and Turkey to set up a buffer zone in the province in the hope that it would lead to a long-lasting ceasefire. The deal, which was backed by Germany and France, and supported by the United States, in theory, should have allowed the so-called 'moderate' rebels to take control of the province while separating from radical Islamists. However, exactly the opposite appears to have happened.
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Old 05-12-2018, 03:21 PM   #363
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America and Britain Complicit in Saudi Acts of Genocide in Yemen: 85,000 Children Dead, 14 Million at “Risk of Starvation”
By Dr. Leon Tressell
Global Research, December 04, 2018

The recent death of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi has helped shed more attention on the Saudi war of aggression in Yemen. According to the UN up to 14 million people are at risk of starvation in Yemen. Yet the American and British governments, who have the ability to stop the Saudi war machine in its tracks, continue the sale of weapons to Saudi Arabia and its coalition partners.

Corporate politicians try and defend the military actions of the Saudi led coalition in Yemen by sheer unadulterated lies. UK Foreign Office Minister Alistair Burt in a debate in the House of Commons blithely stated that the Saudi led coalition had not breached any international law.*

Yet evidence of war crimes in Yemen abound. Save The Children, which is feeding starving people in Yemen, has recently released figures showing that the Saudi instigated war in Yemen has caused the deaths of 85,000 children over the last four years.

Tamer Kirolos, Save The Children’s Director in Yemen, has recently said:

“We are horrified that some 85,000 children in Yemen may have died because of extreme hunger since the war began. For every child killed by bombs and bullets, dozens are starving to death and it’s entirely preventable.’’

The air, sea and land blockade of Yemen that the Saudi and UAE led coalition imposed a year ago has been a key factor in creating the conditions for mass starvation in Yemen. However, that is only part of the story.
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Old 12-12-2018, 04:45 PM   #364
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EU Army? France Riot Control Vehicles Bearing EU Flag Stoke Fear, Confusion
by Tyler Durden
Sun, 12/09/2018 - 21:40

A strange sighting in France has the internet abuzz over whether the Macron administration deployed armored vehicles bearing the EU flag to perform riot control during Saturday's Yellow Vest protests, stoking concerns over whether it's the first sign of a much talked about EU Army.

"rather than bearing the French Tricolore flag, the vehicles bore the distinct starred EU flag, which critics have said is a sign an EU Army is drawing closer to existence" -Daily Star



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Old 28-12-2018, 08:50 PM   #365
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Truth stream media claiming that the yellow vest protests are going to be used to justify the digitisation of society and the centralisation of everyones data

A pretty depressing analysis but its hard to fault what they are saying in the second half of the clip as its all true. Their big picture analysis in the second half of the clip is spot on imo

We know that the globalists want to build what bzrezinksi called the 'technotronic era' ie a technocracy where the globalists have everyones data and everyone is microchipped and their currency digitised and ultimately controlled by the state

I didn't however find anything strange with shops being closed during a protest as the french will use any excuse to close up for the day! There are also always agent provocateurs at these kind of events but the question is: who are they working for?

What's Really Going Down in Paris?

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Old 06-01-2019, 12:11 PM   #366
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Trumps announced military pull out of syria seems to have been put on hold, perhaps so the zionists can carve up syria

This serves their interests to build a greater israel (ersatz israel) which they believe is their biblical prophecy and it also serves the yinon plan to divide and rule their enemies in the middle east and it also serves to sever iranian land connections across the region. This is perhaps what has been told to trump is the strategy:

"Sykes-Picot On Acid": US Considering Syria Partition Plan Amidst Troop Exit
by Tyler Durden
Sat, 01/05/2019 - 21:00

The White House-appointed Syria and anti-ISIL coalition envoy James Jeffrey has asked Syrian Kurdish leaders backed by the United States to hold off on making any deals with President Bashar al-Assad’s government while the Trump administration tries to develop its strategy. As we predicted the longer it takes to withdraw troops, the more time the blob of Washington hawks has to put obstacles in the way of a true and full US pullout.

Meanwhile according to The Wall Street Journal Turkey is putting pressure on the US to provide "substantial military support, including airstrikes, transport and logistics" in support of Turkey's supposed ISIS fight in Syria. So a mere little over two weeks following Trump's announced Syria draw down, it appears we could be right back to a square one quagmire.

Or perhaps the US deep state will send things further into a "forever war" indefinite quagmire, the polar opposite of Trump's stated desire to "bring our youth back home where they belong!" — as the president declared following the initial troop pullout announcement, per the below alarming commentary from the WSJ:

The Turkish requests are so extensive that, if fully met, the American military might be deepening its involvement in Syria instead of reducing it, the officials added. That would frustrate President Trump’s goal of transferring the mission of finishing off Islamic State to Turkey in the hope of forging an exit strategy for the U.S. military to leave Syria.

But to "frustrate President Trump's goal" is precisely the point among the many Iran hawks, Syrian regime change promoters, neocons and liberal interventionists alike filling the ranks of the State Department and influential DC think tanks.

This comes just as a senior State Department official reiterated to the WSJ:

“We have no timeline for our military forces to withdraw from Syria.”

So the two key messages now coming out of the administration are "no timeline" and "no vacuum" which can be generally summarized as given any US pullout of northeast Syria, the US doesn't want pro-Turkish forces to slaughter the Kurds, but neither does the US want the Kurds to strike a deal with Assad to handover territory to Damascus.

I think other people have already covered what a terrible idea this is, so I'll just share an Ottoman ethnographic map from the end of WWI which, ironically, laid claim to both the Turkish and Kurdish inhabited regions (in pink) while writing off the Arab regions (in green). pic.twitter.com/6ZisRasj5P
— Nicholas Danforth (@NicholasDanfort) January 5, 2019

However, it's likely too late, as the Kurds have already begun inviting Syrian forces into previously autonomous SDF/Kurdish zones.

According to the WSJ, the administration's Syria envoy has a plan that seeks to mitigate the risks of either a Kurdish slaughter or an Assad takeover. The plan is visualized in a classified, undisclosed map that proposes something officials have described as “Sykes-Picot on acid”:

Mr. Jeffrey and his State Department team have created a color-coded map of northeastern Syria in an attempt to negotiate a power-sharing plan that could avert a costly Turkish-Kurdish fight in the area.

However, keeping their forces apart should Mr. Erdogan’s troops enter Syria could prove difficult. One former U.S. official described the map as “Sykes-Picot on acid,” a reference to the secret post-World War I deal between France and England that carved the Middle East into colonial spheres of influence.

Talks will be held between US and Turkish defense officials next week in Ankara, meanwhile the US envoy "has asked Gen. Mazloum Abdi, the Kurdish commander of Syrian fighters, to hold off on making any deals with President Bashar al-Assad’s government" while the US considers its next move.

But it remains that we've gone from Trump's "full" and "immediate" troop pullout announced two weeks ago to current proposals of "Sykes-Picot on acid".
https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-...dst-troop-exit
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Is recent abuse leveled at politicians a false flag to shut down free speech?

It seems a bit ridiculous to hear Mp's call for a 'safe space' in which they can air their views when they already have it in parliament where they also hold the captive attention of the mainstream media

We do have to wonder though if these jibes being thrown at politicians in the street is all orchestrated as a way to the impose greater controls on what the public may say or do

It might be crude to shout 'nazi' at soubrey but i think on some level we can all relish the poetic justice in watching a person who has herself been branding people she disagrees with fascists getting a dose of her own medicine. Also the fake-left has been behaving increasingly like PC stormtroopers and their black shirted antifa thugs bare some comparison with hitlers brownshirts

That said watching people chanting 'he's a homo' at owen jones was a sad sight. That was playground nonsense and so what if he is gay? being gay doesn't make him a bad person or wrong in his political views. What makes him wrong in his political views is that he is serving an agenda that will ultimately see the european people enslaved to an oligarchic technocratic class of elitist eugenicists

Name calling is counter productive and what we should be doing is engaging people on the level of IDEAS and we should be digging into their beliefs to see what is motivating them to see if their intentions really are pure. We should also be examining their proposals for society and exploring the implications of them and debating the pros and cons of various ideas.

These idiots shouting names simply allow the agenda-servers to brand any dissenters as thugs and louts which further widens the chasm and suppresses the potential for dialogue but maybe that's the point?

MPs Are Victims (apparently)
Craig Kane
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“Where do we draw the line? Where does legitimate protest end and intimidation and threat begin?”, probed BBC Newsnight in response to the Anna Soubry affair. We see an MP who’s started wearing a camera just in case there’s any unsavoury incidents to record. We’re told that Speaker of the House John Bercow thinks that the apparent abuse that MPs are subject to is a type of fascism. Kate Hoey admits that while elected officials have to be up for public scrutiny there’s an now an aggression which is unacceptable and that she herself has been subject to abuse on Twitter. Further, she asserts, the protests see individuals being stopped from doing something they are legitimately allowed to do. The Soubry situation, according to presenter Emily Maitlis, is especially worrying as it involves a group of men surrounding a woman. And don’t forget about poor Jo Cox, her murder being an example of what can, presumably will, happen if direct action becomes a thing. Doesn’t the Cox case provide a salutary lesson for us all?

What we have here is the sickening spectacle of the political establishment portraying themselves as victims. That is MPs, themselves as privileged a subset of society as you can get, are being discriminated against, being abused simply by virtue of their being politicians. And by men. Groups of them. And, bearing in mind what happened to Jo Cox, they’re well paranoid. The trouble is that what this discrimination amounts to is, according to the best evidence which could be mounted, chants of “Nazi” and “Fascist”, people getting in Anna Soubry’s way when she’s heading towards the Palace of Westminster and Kate Hoey’s reports of being called names on Twitter. That’s the size of it.
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