Monthly Archives: July 2016

Surprise Inspection

Close on the heels of the news that Israel-connected generals have been accused of leading the recent Turkish coup, it seems that Turkish forces want a closer look at USA nukes stored in Turkey. 1,000s Turkish forces surround NATO’s Incirlik … Continue reading

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Clintonian influence peddling: The Clinton Foundation Was Accepting Millions From People In The Uranium One Constellation Who Stood To Benefit From Secretary Clinton’s Sign-Off On The Deal

Summary: Clinton’s Foundation made private profits by facilitating uranium deals for several wealthy foreign interests, and Putin personally thanked Bill Clinton for the deal. – July 28, 2016 – Hillary’s With Us…If You’re A Clinton Foundation Donor (Russia Edition) FOLLOWING … Continue reading

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Never believe any story until it’s been officially denied TWICE – Nice “attack” looks like a false flag – and the Turkey “coup” may have been a CIA false flag

  Note that Israel is connected to some people accused of coup leadership: Six senior army commanders were arrested in connection with the failed coup that began Friday night, including General Akin Öztürk, who in the 1990s was the Turkish … Continue reading

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Ancient wisdom for modern politics

Uncabob pointed out that ancient wisdom sometimes truly is wisdom applicable to modern times: http://uncabob.blogspot.tw/2016/07/good-wine-in-old-bottles.html Closely held beliefs are not easily released; So ritual enthralls generation after generation. “When government is lazy and informal The people are kind and honest; … Continue reading

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Self-proclaimed admirer of Nazis kills disabled patients in hospital

Satoshi Uematsu, the 26-year-old man who killed 19 disabled people in a care facility for the disabled near Tokyo on Tuesday, expressed admiration for Nazi ideology during a stint in a psychiatric hospital in February. Uematsu was so persistent in … Continue reading

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