WMD Iraq…….ooops! I mean Syria

An interesting development post President Trump inauguration has played out on the world stage with the attack on Syria.  Is this what Trump meant when he talked about ‘making  America great again’?  The airstrike against a sovereign state again without the UN sanction is curious to those of us who do not subscribe to the White House narrative and by association the Australian proxy view.  We all should by now wonder whether Australian foreign policy is an appendix to the US foreign policy.  To get the answer to that don’t question our Foreign Minister as CNN may have the answer; this is obviously where she takes her brief to involve our military as an occupying force.

I plagiarised part of an article from the pages of

‘The Saker’:http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/46820.htm

“US Attack On Syria Was  Symbolic

By The Saker

April 07, 2017 “Information Clearing House” –  “The Saker” – I have an important update: based on Russian sources, including video footage and the reports of one Russian journalist on the ground, Evgenii Poddubnyi, it has become clear that the US strike was largely symbolic.  Here is the evidence:

  1. The Russians were given a warning which they, of course, passed on to the Syrians.  The Americans must have assumed that this would happen.
  2. The Syrian airbase was lightly damaged: a few number of aircraft were damaged or destroyed, but many of these were in repairs and could not fly.  Fuel storage tanks were destroyed.  A number of aircraft bunkers were damage or destroyed.  A few barracks were also destroyed.
  3. There were 6 or 7 casualties, which is very little.
  4. Crucially, the runways did not suffer.

Now here is the really intriguing thing: it appears that only 23 out of a total of 59 US cruise missiles hit the base.  The rest are unaccounted for.  This could be due to all sorts of reasons, including Syrian and Russian air defenses or Russian electronic warfare.  I tend to believe that the latter is the cause.  But then, this begs another question: why did the Russians let 23 of the cruise missiles through?  Possibly to appease Trump and not force him to re-strike.  Other possibility, to make sure that the political fallout from this stupid and reckless attack still come back to hurt the United States (had they destroyed all the cruise missiles this would not happen).

As for the Russian political reaction, I find it rather flaccid: Russia has condemned the attack and suspended the Memorandum of Understanding on Prevention of Flight Safety Incidents in the course of operations in Syria signed with the US.”

Clear your mind and mentally digest this. Go to the link. There’s more.

Needless to say, no chemical weapons or chemical weapon storage facilities were damaged: we know that since NOBODY, including the Russian reporters, were even carrying, nevermind wearing, any gas masks or, even less so, full chemical protection suits.  This is hardly surprising since, of course, they never existed in the first place.

Just for the record, this attack was a direct and clear violation of

  1. US national law (Trump never got Congress to authorize this attack)
  2. International law (Trump is now a criminal guilty of the crime of ‘aggression’)
  3. The UN Charter

In other words, Trump is now a war criminal and the USA a rogue state (again).”

So my question now is: Are we being led to believe that all we have heard about Syria is ‘kosher’?  There may be a story here!  Read ‘Hidden History: The Secret Origins of the First World War’.  The origins of the Syrian conflict that we now see is there.  We are simply the stage hands!

“When people who are honestly mistaken learn the truth, they will either cease being mistaken, or cease being honest!”  : Anonymous

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Please go to the Counterpunch website to see more of Jeffrey St Clair articles.  Link can be found below.

This article gives very clear insight to accusations made regarding HRC loss at the November elections.   Australian comment is clear evidence that our commentators haven’t the capacity for clear thought and mimic the establishment wishes to blindly ‘follow the leader’ along government lines.

Roaming Charges: the Russian Game

Petrov’s Defense, as the Russian Game is also known, is a devious scheme of counterpunching, where the movements of your opposition are mirrored, creating the illusion that your opponent’s pieces are fighting themselves, until a line of counter-attack opens with devastating consequences. When played by a master, the Russian Game is meant to confuse, disorient and induce a feeling of paranoia in the invading force of pawns, rooks and knights

Has Vladimir Putin deployed a Petrov Defense operation against the American electoral system? Has he mirrored decades of CIA and State Department-sponsored meddling in elections in eastern Europe, Africa, the Middle East and Latin America by unleashing a cyber-hack on the Democratic National Committee? Did the Russians hack the voting machines themselves, the way American operations once stuffed ballot boxes?  Or is it all one big psy-op, an elaborate con out of a LeCarré novel, meant to make the American political and intelligence establishment re-enact the self-consumming witch-hunts of the McCarthy era?

In other words, what if the real Russian plot was to plant the idea that Russia had hacked the vote? Thereby sending panic through the nation, launching investigations that devolve into wild goose chases, pitting intelligence agencies against each other.

Frankly, I have no idea whether Russia influenced the US elections, though both nations have been meddling in each other’s business since at least the Russian Revolution. But it’s quite clear that both the CIA are FBI are meddling in the election, which should be a much more troubling reality for Americans. The CIA, in particular, is prohibited by statute from any kind of domestic operations, a ban which Obama’s executive order seems to violate.

+Isn’t it in the financial and budgetary interest of “cyber-security firms” and intelligence agencies to allege massive hacking, when many cyber experts without a financial or political stake in the game say that “leaking” of DNC emails is much more likely scenario?

+ Did the alleged Russian hacks of DNC emails really sway the election? Very doubtful, since the Wikileaked e-mails were largely, to use Joan Didion’s phrase “inside baseball,” and the content only confirmed what most thought of HRC to begin with: she was a duplicitous politician who was willing to carry water for Wall Street. How many “undecided voters” actually read Hillary’s tedious Goldman Sachs speeches? Most knew that she gave them and got richly rewarded for them, which is enough to draw the right conclusions. 

But consider the case of Kurt Eichenwald, a “senior reporter” for Newsweek who clearly wanted Hilary to win and for his exposés to take down Trump. Several of Eichenwald’s big pieces for Newsweek quoted–anonymously in many cases–foreign officials and business executives about Trump’s financial dealings and entanglements overseas. These foreign officials clearly spoke to Eichenwald because they wanted Trump to lose. Couldn’t it be argued that Eichenwald himself, then, serve as a conduit for foreign meddling in US elections?

When it comes to assessing the true extent of Russian “influence” in Trump’s win wouldn’t you first have to subtract the Israeli influence exerted by Sheldon Adelson ($25 million), Benjamin Netanyahu and the Israeli government? Will there be hearings?

After revelations that the DNC sabotaged Bernie Sanders, Democrats, who now quaver about the integrity of the democratic process, didn’t call fora  “recount,” “revote” or for convention delegates to be freed to vote their conscience–those who had a conscience.

+ Just as the steam was beginning to run out of the 9/11 “Truth” movement–the totalizing theory to justify the impotence of the Left during Bush time–the Russian Truther movement is born to explain HRC’s loss and every horrible thing that will happen for the next 4 to 8 years. The big difference: this one has gone mainstream faster than the CIA killed JFK conspiracy.

Paul Krugman delivers right on cue….

Paul Krugman @paulkrugman
Thought: There was (rightly) a cloud of illegitimacy over Bush, dispelled (wrongly) by 9/11. Creates some interesting incentives for Trump
5:47 PM – 16 Dec 2016

+ Looks like Trump just claimed another head for his wall in the Map Room of the White House to go along with the Bushes and Clintons: Bill Kristol, the man who was never right about anything, is stepping down as editor of the Weekly Standard.

+ Glenn Thrush, one of the “journalists” who submitted drafts of his stories to Clinton campaign to preview and approve, will now enter New York Times stable, grazing along side Maggie Haberman, one of the stenographers for Clinton campaign who was notorious for “teeing-up” stories for HRC.

+ Meanwhile, back in the Asylum of Big Time Journalism, Newsweek’s  Kurt Eichenwald, who claims someone induced him into an epileptic seizure by sendingbernie-the-sandernistas-cover-344x550-e1477943826411him a strobing light message, claimed this morning on “Good Morning America” that his previous tweets about Trump being confined to a mental hospital were “part of series of jokes & intended to be ‘signal to a source ‘s talk w/him.”  What’s the frequency, Kenneth, I mean, Kurt?

+ Civil libertarian John Whitehead has written an evocative piece on how the goody-two-shoes Jesus would have fared under the current American police state, though I much prefer the petulant, moody, needy and greedy, ego-maniacal and deeply-flawed god of the Old Testament, who might have wiped them all out had they pulled a no-knock raid on one of his love shacks….

+ Joe Biden sought to reassure anxious Sierra Club types this week by saying that “Trump will not be able to undo too much of Obama’s environmental legacy.” True enough, mainly because there’s not that much of substance to undo.

+ Amid the justified outrage over Trump’s EPA pick, the oil hack Scott Pruitt, just remember that the toxic drinking water pouring out of the faucets of Flint, Michigan and Corpus Christi, Texas happened under Obama’s watch…

+ In a moment of pious reflection, Obama said earlier this week that throughout his presidency he has considered the effects each of his actions has on children. Is that before or after he drones their parents and siblings?

+ Amid his unwavering devotion to bettering the lives of children, it may be churlish to ask how many nights the President lay awake thinking of those kids sleeping on the sidewalk under a pile of dirty blankets a few blocks away from the White House trying to stay dry in a cold autumn rain. The homeless crisis, a crisis he never mentions, has only gotten worse during his presidency. According to Richard Schweid’s important new book, Invisible Nation: Homeless Families in America, in 2002 there were 1 million homeless children in America. By 2006 there were 1.6 million homeless children and by 2014 the number had risen to 2.5 million children.

+ Exxon’s Rex Tillerson was no stranger to the Clintons. They wanted his money…for the Foundation, naturally. According to the leaked DNC emails, they also considered Tillerson an enlightened CEO, a man you could do business with. In fact, Tillerson spoke at a Clinton Global Initiative forum on the education of women. Here’s a photo of Bill standing side-by-side wit the notorious Russian agent. Who will break the news to Rachel Maddow?

+ Condi Rice also says Exxon’s Rex Tillerson is “great choice” for Sec. of State. Of course, this praise comes from a woman who had an oil tanker named after her.

+ Rick Perry has been nominated by Trump to run the agency whose troubling name he forgot during the 2012 debates, even though it was one of the three agencies he desperately wanted to eliminate from the government: the Energy Department. Perry, whose CV lists his most recent job as professional soft-shoe man on “Dancing with the Stars,” is often described, accurately so, as a climate change denier. He is less often described as an unrepentant racist, whose hunting lodge in West Texas was named “Niggerhead Ranch.

+  Two weeks ago word leaked out of Trump Tower that Donald was set to tap Rep. Kathy McMorris Rodgers, the congresswoman from eastern Washington, as his pick for Interior Secretary. But Rodgers’ nomination was scuttled a few days later, apparently through the intervention of Trump’s son Mini-Donald, in favor of the bombastic Montana congressman Ryan Zinke, a former member of Navy SEAL Team 6.

There’s a backstory to this that involves two outfits that represent the interests of big time hunters, many of them corporate executives and Wall Street hotshots: the Montana Elk Foundation and Back Country Hunters and Anglers. The heads of both of these organizations have recently bragged to the Montana press of having pressed Trump to name Zinke over Rodgers. But why would either of these groups from the distant interior west have any influence over Trump? That’s where Mini-Donald steps into the equation. It turns out that Mini-Donald, often referred to in the mainstream press as an “avid outdoorsman,” is a lifetime member of Back Country Hunters and Anglers and hunting pal of its director Land Tawney, a man who felt that it was his duty to shoot a sage grouse soon after the Interior Department buckled to pressure from ranchers, oil companies and hunters and decided not to list this imperiled birds as an endangered species.

“Tawney literally can’t say anything bad about Zinke,” longtime Montana environmentalist Matthew Koehler told me. “He doesn’t even mention of the fact that in March Zinke voted for the “Sportsmen’s Bill’ that would have allowed temporary road construction, dam construction and even commercial timber sales in designated Wilderness! How does Land Tawney get from Missoula and just so happen to be in New York and then Washington D.C. as the Trump Interior pick goes public…without a bunch of coordination between Trump, Zinke and Tawney?”

As for Zinke, his Christmas card from a few years ago gives much insight into his character and psyche. It depicts him dressed in a Captain America jumpsuit, holding an M-16 rifle, riding in a jet-powered sleigh with fighter plane wings featuring a decal of Osama bin Laden’s x-ed out face. The bag of presents is stuffed with an oil derrick, chainsaw, and miner’s pick axe. The front of the sleigh is draped with the carcass of a dead grizzly.

zinkecard

Let’s dispense with the “avid outdoorsman” nonsense and call Mini-Donald what he is: a depraved trophy hunter. So one depraved hunter picks another depraved hunter to head the Interior Dept.

As for Zinke, he is now being haunted by allegations of corruption and fraud during his time as a Navy Seal. According to a report in The Intercept, Zinke was investigated by the Navy for submitting false travel reimbursement reports in 1998 and 1999 for numerous trips back to Montana. Zinke claimed the visits to his hometown of Whitefish were for “training” and other official duties, when he fact he returned home to work on a house and visit his mother. Zinke was confronted and warmed about the travel fraud by Navy investigators, but, according to The Intercept, continued to submit false reports. Zinke was not sanctioned for the fraud because “the lack of formal punishment was part of a tradition at SEAL Team 6 of avoiding scandal and failing to adequately hold its officers accountable for criminal behavior and other misconduct.”

This is the kind of experience that will prove invaluable for Zinke in his new gig overseeing oil and coal leases. A plump resumé of fraud is a prerequisite to lead the Interior Department.

+ Obama: still 252 pardons behind his hero Reagan. Leonard Peltier, Chelsea Manning, Edward Snowden and Oscar López Rivera wait and wait and wait.

+ Apparently, Trump’s team is so desperate to find homegrown talent to perform at his inauguration that he has offered ambassadorships to agents and producers who are willing to sign up their clients to sing at the inaugural galas. Perhaps Mel Brooks could be bribed into slapping together an inaugural production of “The Producers” in exchange for the ambassadorship to Austria…?

+ Instead of the reading of a poem, the Trump inauguration team is leaning toward a performance by Andrew Dice Clay.

+ Allen West will never get that Undersecretary of Defense slot he craved now that he has deleted and denied responsibility for a Facebook posting calling for the “extermination of Muslims.” Trump needs a few good men with real backbone, who won’t retreat from their positions when the going gets a little rough.

+ Trump’s cabinet must come as quite the blow to K Street. Who needs to go to the expense of hiring a lobbyist anymore?

+ South Carolina Lindsay Graham, one of the most petulant and paranoid members of congress, announced to little fanfare that his fly-by-night campaign emails had also been hacked by “the Russians.” No doubt this was when Graham’s poll numbers had briefly doubled, from 0.25 to 0.50%, and Putin needed to act swiftly to snuff out the Graham surge!

+ Retail pot sales are doubling every six months in Oregon, Washington and California. Marijuana sales during Trump time will soar higher than AK-47 sales under Obama.

+ In 2001 Portugal became the first European nation to decriminalize drugs. Portugal now has 4.5 drug deaths per million residents, while Europe at large sees 19.2 drug deaths per million people.

+ Michelle Obama told Oprah that the portrayal of her as an “angry black woman” hurt her feelings. I would have thought that Michelle’s problem was not being angry enough…

+ If a combination of Russian hacking and homegrown misogyny defeated HRC, what defeated Russ Feingold and Katie McGinty?

+ Remember when being a billionaire was something to write home about? Now, all you get for a measly $1.8 billion is a sub-cabinet post like Secretary of the Army….

+ Temperatures at the North Pole this Christmas week may well reach 55 degrees higher than normal. On this chart, the green line represents the average Arctic temperature from 1958 to 2002, while the red line represents this year’s temperatures in the nearly ice-free Arctic.

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Over to you, Rex Tillerson.

+ Here’s the latest swill of condescension from Lena Dunham:

“One day, when I was visiting a Planned Parenthood in Texas a few years ago, a young girl walked up to me and asked me if I’d like to be a part of her project in which women share their stories of abortions. I sort of jumped. “I haven’t had an abortion,” I told her. I wanted to make it really clear to her that as much as I was going out and fighting for other women’s options, I myself had never had an abortion. And I realized then that even I was carrying within myself stigma around this issue. Even I, the woman who cares as much as anybody about a woman’s right to choose, felt it was important that people know I was unblemished in this department…. Now I can say that I still haven’t had an abortion, but I wish I had.”

Oh, poor, poor, Lena, she couldn’t have her own abortion, sniff, sniff, but she tried desperately to get Hillary elected so that she could perform retroactive abortions in her name via drone on Iraqi, Pakistani, Afghan, Syrian and Libyan kids. Then she’d have really had something to brag about…Alas.

+ There’s an intriguing new site on the web called MormonWikiLeaks, where people can anonymously upload documents regarding the inner-workings of the Church of Latter Day Saints. It’s not yet  clear  whether MormonWikileaks is a Subsidiary of Vlad the Nosy Bear Enterprises.

+ For four decades, the federal government has concealed shocking data on birth defects in children whose parents were exposed to Agent Orange during the Vietnam War. This research was finally exposed this week in important stories by Pro Publica and the Virginia Pilot. The data found that the odds of having a child born with birth defects during or after the war were three-times higher for veteran who were exposed to Agent Orange than those who hadn’t been.

+ So much for the vaunted Obama recovery. A report by economists Lawrence Katz of Harvard University and Alan Krueger at Princeton University shows that nearly 95% of all new jobs created during the Obama era were either part-time or contract labor, largely in the low-paid service sector. Indeed, the number of people toiling in these thankless temporary jobs swelled under Obama from 10.7% of the US population to 15.8%. You want some fries with that?

+ I’ve spent the last couple of weeks collating and organizing the first half of Native activist and poet John Trudell’s FBI file: 6,320 documents, 22,137 pages, dating only until 1980. Top that, if you dare!

+ Here’s a story my friend Michael Donnelly told me about the FBI’s harassment of a the editors of an underground hippy newspaper in Utah in the 1960s:

A guy told the tale of how he was an editor for an underground High School paper in Utah in 1969. And one day, the FBI came knocking.

They had put out an issue with Rocky and Bullwinkle on the cover and they added the Zig-Zag Man into the background to, as he put it, “Show the hippies we might be from Utah, but we were hip.”

The FBI had a line-up of agents across the table and they started in on “Who funds you?”

The guy took it seriously and answered, “Well, we raised $22 from a donut sale, I put in $2 and so did some others,. And, once we had $42 we had enough to print up 1000 copies.”

The FBI guy slammed down his notebook and screamed, “Enough of that. Who funds you?”

Confused, the guy answered again, We self fund.”

The FBI guy got furious and thrust the paper in the guy’s and there he sat looking at Moose and Squirrel.

“See. Right here. Fidel!,” he screamed, pointing to the Zig Zag man.

Come to find out, they had two agents assigned full-time to ferreting out Castro’s funding of student underground papers!

+ The search for a scapegoat goes on in Clintonworld. This week Bill blamed Hillary’s defeat on Trump’s ability to “get angry white men to vote for him.” Not so fast, Bubba. Trump won 63% of the white male vote, almost exactly the same percentage as Reagan (63%) and Romney (62%). And white males comprise a smaller share of the electorate than they did in Reagan time. Trump held the line with the Republican base, Hillary failed to get hers to turnout–mainly by turning them off.

+ The point is that Bill might not be all that convinced that Putin is the architect of Hillary’s ruin. After all, they were buddies, as made clear in this email from Hillary to William Burns, one of her chief deputies at the State Department:

From: H [mailto:HDR22@clintonemail.com]
Sent: Sunday, March 28, 2010 9:19 PM
To: Burns, William J; ‘wburns66 Cc: Sullivan, Jacob J

Subject: Putin trip

Bill–My husband cannot go w PM Putin in mid-April because of his schedule, but he would be very interested in doing such events w the PM in the future. Will you pls pass on to the Russians? Thx. HRC

+ After attacking the escalating costs of the new Air Force One designed by Boeing, Trump has now turned his ire on the scandal-ridden F-35, the world’s most useless and expensive airplane. If the CIA doesn’t take him down, Lockheed just might…

+ Trump’s plan to fight global warming: nuclear winter.

+ John “I am the Walrus” Bolton, still in the running for some kind of gig in Trumpland, said this week that the DNC email hacks might not have been instigated by Putin after all, but could have been a false-flag operation directed by…yes…Obama. Why? Because that’s just the kind of devious thing the America-hating Kenyan imposter might do. Goo goo ga joob.

+ NPR’s talk show host Diane Rehm is finally unplugging her microphone. Her retirement has, naturally, elicited torrents of babble about the “end of civil discourse” in American politics. Nonsense. Why should political discourse be “civil”? It was far from civil in the origins of the Republic. I used to call her show Radio Narcolepsy. Rehm tried to make tedium a virtue.

+ Many of Clinton’s most ardent supporters now seem convinced based statistical analysis by the fully (but not fully enough, apparently) discredited stat-boy Nate Silver that FBI director James Comey’s letter to Congress announcing the re-opening of the investigation into her email server cost HRC the election. Was it a Russian forgery?

+ Eight years ago, Democrats like Donna Brazile ridiculed Sarah Palin for her ability to “see Russia from her house.” Now these same people see Russia in their emails, their i-Phones, their voting machines under their beds, between their sheets, behind every tree…

+ If the Russians did hack the election for Trump, the Democrats should respond by putting a new spin on the Asian Pivot and begin cozying up to the Chinese to hack it back for them in 2020.

+ How rotted out is the Democratic Party at an institutional level? In California, Clinton won 6 congressional districts held by Republican members of Congress–the Democrats took back NONE of those seats. There were no coatstails to those pantsuits.

+ Americans have been rightly conditioned to disbelieve almost everything politicians tell them, so it sticks like Velcro when they hear a candidate speak candidly. Who really bought anything Trump was selling? Hillary, however, was undone by two occasions when she was caught telling the truth, or if not the “truth,” at least what she truly believes: first, when she called half of Trump’s supporters a “basket full of deplorables” and second, and more fatally, I think, when she was outed telling her friends on Wall Street that she has a “public” and a “private” position.

+ The Democrats are convinced that the exposure of what their leaders really think cost them the election. So what changes are they likely to make? a) change their leaders; b) change what their leaders think; c) lie better; d) hire a new cybersecurity firm.

+ Obama’s Political Epitaph: the Peace Prize President, who was at war every day of his presidency

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Zika freakout: the hoax and the covert op continue

A most thought provoking article from Jon Rappoport. But is anyone in the world listening or able to understand the implications?
“covert medical ops are the most dangerous, because they appear to be politically neutral, they fly under no flag, and they claim to forward only humanitarian aims. But in fact, modern “Rockefeller Medicine” is built as a vast partner in the Globalization of the planet. Its vision is a universal in-utero-to-cradle-to-grave system for the human race: every human walks a bleak lifelong path of disease-diagnosis after diagnosis, receiving toxic drugs and vaccines at every turn, which weaken his body and mind, and make him unable to consider what is happening outside his perimeter of suffering or resist political totalitarianism”.
There’s more to come with this article. Stay tuned.

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Zika freakout: the hoax and the covert op continue

by Jon Rappoport

January 29, 2016

(To read about Jon’s mega-collection, Power Outside The Matrix, click here.)

Thanks to reporters and researchers Jim Stone, Kathy Ford, the fullerton informer, Jim West, Martin Maloney, and Claus Jensen, who have moved this story forward and exposed the scam.

If you want to hide anything on this planet, twist it into a (fake) story about a virus. You’re home free.

This is my second article on the Zika-virus scam (article archive here). I’ve been to these rodeos before: HIV, West Nile, Swine Flu, SARS, Ebola. In each case, a virus is blamed for illness and death that actually arises from other causes.

The Zika virus, now being blamed for the birth of babies with very small heads and impaired brains, has been around for a long…

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Vaccines under the surface: what mainstream news won’t connect

Fantasy: “vaccines remarkably safe and effective” By Jon Rappoport The article below was a small section of my book, AIDS INC., which I wrote in 1987-8. At the time, I decided to take a look at vac…

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I’m in one of those moods today. You know the one. The type of mood that has passivity created a void in my understanding how we reason as people to determine the path to take with our lives.

On my journey towards arcadia I seem to be perpetually lost in the precincts of the big city mentality where nothing outside the intellectual offerings of those who govern us are allowed to be contemplated. I feel under an oppressive control of subjects able to be even mentioned in company of otherwise intelligent people. (flinch!) We as a people are at that point.

How did this all happen? Possibly through the information channels of those we trust as knowing the truth and their beliefs enabled through acceptance of sometimes dodgy research and sometime through ignorant well meaning interpretation of good research and foisted upon an unsuspecting and profane listener.

In many cases the belief system so strongly accepts this as a powerful mandate made generally by an elite, expressed by a vocal minority through lobbyists and blindly enforced through legislation. Previous prime minister Abbot enacted just that type of legislation, mandatory vaccination before he departed office.

Jon Rappaport, the author of the following article may give an insight to those who are still susceptible to rational argument.

I’m in one of those moods today. You know the one………..

https://jonrappoport.wordpress.com/2016/12/06/why-i-named-my-web-site-no-more-fake-news-in-2001/

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The film Vaxxed could be outlawed in California, if this bill passes

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The film Vaxxed could be outlawed in California, if this bill passes…

California bill AB 1671

by Jon Rappoport

August 22, 2016

(To read about Jon’s mega-collection, Power Outside The Matrix, click here.)

“Let’s see, Mr. Reporter. You received an undercover recording of a medical researcher confessing his crimes. You posted the recording and wrote about it. You’re the one who is guilty of a crime. Next case!”

“Wait, Your Honor! That recording is vital information for the public. It shows that a vaccine considered to be safe actually causes brain damage in children.”

“No. It shows you violated the law by posting the recording. It was illegally made, and you aided and abetted and forwarded that crime. As I said, next case!”

Buckle up.

The shocking film Vaxxed (trailer) is drawing audiences all over the country. It details the confessions of a CDC researcher, William…

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Federal Reserve: “They Do Not Have Any More Gold”. Paul Craig Roberts

This has been happening for quite some time now. It’s the end nigh? ?!

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This old post from PCR talks about the amount of gold in America’s coffers. We hear a lot about Chinese gold, but no one talks about the amount of US gold, or the lack thereof. . . I tend to think there is a lack, but then who am I?  . . . ~J

Dr. Paul Craig Roberts
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January 23, 2014
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By Greg Hunter

Former Assistant Treasury Secretary Paul Craig Roberts is making some bold new claims about the Federal Reserve and its official government gold holdings.  Dr. Roberts contends, 

“They don’t have any more gold.  That’s why they can only give Germany 5 tons of the 1,500 tons it’s holding.  In fact, when Germany asked for this delivery last year, the Fed said no.  But it said we will give you back 300 tons . . . . So, they said we will give you…

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Vaccine damage, the hidden truth

With the chief scientist of the CDC, who was responsible for the MMR vaccine testing, now blowing the whistle on how they lied about the safety of vaccines how can we put our children at risk. It’s plain silly to think that the vaccine will protect. Personally, I would not risk my children’s health especially now the evidence showing that vaccines are a fraud perpetrated on the unsuspecting parents. John Rappaport has written many authoritive articles on this subject and others. All interesting.

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Vaccine damage, the hidden truth

by Jon Rappoport

April 17, 2016

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Warning: Don’t read this article if you want to avoid feeling an unpleasant sensation in the pit of your stomach.

The issue here is: refusing to believe an uncomfortable fact.

An unpleasant fact.

A devastating fact.

There is a simple formula that describes how the public refuses to believe an uncomfortable fact.

It goes this way:

“Well, if that were true, then…”

It’s a statement that suggests a person is standing at the edge of a cliff. And if he accepted some particularly unpleasant fact, he’d suddenly fall off.

Another way to look at it: if he accepted this fact, it would lead, by contagion, to him admitting there were other very uncomfortable truths. And then, by extension, like branches quickly growing out of a tree, a…

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Brussels attacks: the next step: bye bye Europe

Hmmmm, more to follow, I’m sure! The works shifts onto a new course.

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Brussels attacks: the next step: bye bye Europe

by Jon Rappoport

March 22, 2016

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Hours after Donald Trump suggested the US should downsize its role in NATO, bombs went off in Brussels.

In the wake of the attacks, the Globalist party line is shaping up: Downsize? Absolutely not. NATO must respond. Led by the US, it must, wait for it, invade Syria, an ISIS stronghold. With ground troops.

Don’t even bother trying to figure out the logic behind that idea. It goes something like this: get rid of President Assad (who is in a war against ISIS) because somehow the Brussels attack is all his fault.

Led by the US, NATO should attack ISIS in Syria—ISIS, the group funded and backed and armed by the US government. Perfect.

Gibberish.

I can just hear a US general trying…

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RT: US presidential elections: An expensive charade

Australia doesn’t need to go too far to be tarred with the same brush!

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Everyone who reads my blog understands that I think if we allow this next bread-and-circus election to go forward, the American people will surely commit themselves to a nightmare existence. ~J 

Sam Gerrans

Sam Gerrans is an English writer, translator, support counselor and activist. He also has professional backgrounds in media, strategic communications and technology. He is driven by commitment to ultimate meaning, and focused on authentic approaches to revelation and realpolitik. He is the founder of Quranite.com – where the Qur’an is explored on the basis of reason rather than tradition – and offers both individual language training and personal support and counseling online at SkypeTalking.com.

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton (L), Republican U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump. © Reuters
For the price of one US presidential election, you can make the four or five most expensive Hollywood films of all…

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