Do we dare to hope?

Germany looks shaky:

Anons noted happenings:

1. Blackout in Argentina, Uruguay, Brazil

2. Attacks in Gulf of Oman, while ABE is in IRAN

3. BO in Italy with Renzi, probably plotting because of Spygate

4. China, Russia, Turkey, Iran, India meeting in Kyrgyzstan

5. Successor of MAY in UK → probably Boris Johnson

6. IRAN clearing CIA agents

7. IRAN stepping down from Iran deal in 10days

8. Netanyahu wife pleads guilty

9. New elections in Israel

10. Egypt Morsi died

11. Old Vanderbilt died

12. Moldova powerhouse oligarch run from country

13. New Ukraine president coming to visit POTUS

14. Prime minister form POLAND visited POTUS

15. YEMEN houthis attacking inside of SA

16. Australia turning away from China

17. Libya cleaning near end

18. POTUS anouncing end of giving money to Honduras, Salvador, Guatemala

19. Deal with Mexiko looks good, tariffs and immigrants

20. Barr released Murkowski while in Alaska

21. Salvini fiighting CIA assets in Italy

22. Marcor/Trudeau no more fighting against POTUS

23. XI going to NK

Hong Kong protests: Leader Carrie Lam refuses to scrap extradition law

Hong Kong’s embattled leader has refused to say that she will scrap an extradition law that has prompted massive protests and shrugged off calls for her resignation.

Carrie Lam apologised again for trying to introduce the law and acknowledged that it was unlikely she could win public trust for the bill, which would allow some suspects to face trial in mainland Chinese courts. Critics say that it could be abused by Beijing to extradite pro-democracy activists and political opponents from the semi-autonomous territory into the mainland’s opaque and politicised judicial system.

The “People’s Republic” of China is looking pretty totalitarian.

Ron Paul warns that medical ID could be totalitarian:

Tom Fitton: Obama State Dept. was ‘At the Center of the Storm’ over Anti-Trump Dossiers

The State Department revealed in a letter to Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA) that it had identified “multiple security incidents” committed by current or former employees who handled Hillary Clinton’s emails, according to Fox News.

So far 23 “violations” and seven “infractions” have been issued as a part of the department’s ongoing investigation – a number that will likely rise according to State Department Assistant Secretary in the Bureau of Legislative Affairs, Mary Elizabeth Taylor.

Do we dare to hope?

Influential Democrat Lobbyist Caught in Qatar Influence-Buying Scandal

Ezra Friedlander, a high-profile Democratic lobbyist who is working as a consultant for Qatari businessman Hassan Ali Bin Ali (HABA), has been accused of lobbying the White House in favor of the geopolitical interests of the controversial Gulf nation.

Friedlander’s New York lobbying firm – The Friedlander Group – was retained by Bin Ali in 2014 in order to position the Qatari businessman as the “go to” person between the United States and Arab/Muslim world, and specifically to promote Qatar’s ties with the American Jewish community. Bin Ali is close with the Qatari regime, which has often employed businessmen and investors to promote Qatari interests in the US. Qatar’s state-owned sovereign wealth funds and investment vehicles, critics charge, serve the same purpose of advancing regime political and policy interests under non-governmental cover.

The accusations surrounding Friedlander, an Orthodox Jew, resemble a separate controversy in which Qatar’s government contracted with Stonington Strategies’ Nick Muzin — a former senior staffer for Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) and Orthodox Jew — in a lobbying effort to bring Jewish conservatives and other pro-Israel activists on trips to Qatar with the ultimate goal of influencing the Trump administration to soften its critical stance on the Gulf state, which funds anti-Israel terrorist groups such as Hamas and the Muslim Brotherhood.

Recruiting American Spies for Israel

Tax-exempt American foundations lay the groundwork

Israel never loses an opportunity to promote what it perceives to be its interests. That any nation would do just that most of the time should surprise no one, but Israel is perhaps unique in terms of how assiduously it works at creating situations that favor it through the use of corruption of foreign governments and subversion of existing institutions. For most countries, the actions of a minority that seeks to advance the interests of a foreign nation would face strong resistance, but Israel manages to get away with what it does due to the presence of powerful and wealthy diaspora communities, most particularly in the Anglophone countries, but also in France.

The Israel Lobby in the United States has been subjected to some scrutiny thanks largely to the impetus provided by Professors John Mearsheimer and Stephen Walt’s groundbreaking study The Israel Lobby and U.S. Foreign Policy. More recent revelations have come from undercover journalism undertaken by al-Jazeera, which has demonstrated how British Jewish groups and parliamentarians have worked together with Israeli Embassy intelligence officers to remove public officials believed to be critical of Israel. Jeremy Corbyn, leader of the Labour Party, has been on the receiving end of a campaign to replace him for his alleged anti-Semitism solely because he has condemned Israeli oppression of the Palestinians. A second al-Jazeera investigation demonstrated how The Lobby, cooperating with the Israeli Embassy, has been controlling discussion of the Middle East in the United States, which should have surprised no one.

Europe indeed appears to be a hotbed of anti-Semitism, or so Israel and its friends would have us believe. Leaders in France, Germany and Britain feel compelled to frequently address the issue, making the equivalent of a war on anti-Semitism a principal objective of government. The United States has joined this effort, appointing a Special Envoy to Monitor and Combat Anti-Semitism whose job includes reporting other countries’ treatment of Jews and Israel.

President Trump says he knows who was behind the September 11, 2001 attacks, telling ABC News’s George Stephanopoulos “Iraq did not knock down the World Trade Center,” adding “It were other people. And I think I know who the other people were. And you might also.”

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott Signs Bills That Hurt Free Speech And Due Process Rights

Less than a week after Gov. Greg Abbott (R-TX) signed a law protecting free speech on college campuses, he signed one that threatens that very protection.

As The Daily Wire previously reported, Abbott has signed numerous bills and posted videos about the new laws on Twitter. But on Friday, he signed two laws that ostensibly deal with campus sexual assault that hurt not only free speech rights but also due process rights.

The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) had written to the governor twice to let him know their concerns with the bill and also sent a letter asking him to veto the bills. While Abbott vetoed many bills on Friday, he did not veto SB 212 and HB 1735. From FIRE:

As a brief recap, both pieces of legislation — SB 212 and HB 1735 — use an unconstitutionally overbroad definition of sexual harassment that lacks the fundamental requirement that the conduct in question be objectively offensive to a reasonable person. SB 212 compounds the problem further by requiring all college and university employees to report any conduct they reasonably believe satisfies that definition to the institution’s Title IX apparatus. Failure to do so subjects the employee to termination and criminal misdemeanor charges, which carry potential penalties of up to $2,000, 180 days in jail, or both.

HB 1735 will take effect Sept. 1. Most of SB 212’s provisions also take effect on Sept. 1, while the bill’s criminal penalties take effect Jan. 1, 2020. This means Texas’s students and faculty will be forced to navigate new, unconstitutional speech codes this academic year that will inevitably lead to an explosion of frivolous investigations into protected speech, self-censorship, and possibly even jail time for faculty members who run afoul of the new law.

The biggest problem with these bills is that the definition allows for too much subjectivity, meaning school officials, fearing they could lose their jobs or go to jail, will likely start reporting any and all instances involving sex or sexually charged speech.

We’ve seen what happens in a case like this. Grant Neal was a football player and pre-med student at Colorado State University-Pueblo. He became close to a woman who part of the school’s Athletic Training Program. They engaged in some sexual activity, which left hickeys on the woman’s neck. One of her peers saw these marks, learned they were from Neal, and reported him for sexual assault.

Even though the woman said she was not raped or assaulted (Neal has recordings of her saying so), Neal was suspended. Neal sued and was able to settle with CSUP out of court.

Government Report: $160 Million Paid So Far in 2019 for Vaccine Injuries and Deaths

Koons accused of crimes against children:

yes, a lot has been done on Koons and Pizzagate.

Meet Jeff Koons: Artist, ICMEC “Champion for Children” and child molester

Pizzagate Exposed Artist Jeff Koons as a Pedophile Involved in Money Laundering – His ‘Rabbit’ Sculpture Just Sold for a Record $91 Million to the Father of Treasury Secretary Mnuchin

Jeff Koons: Perversion Art & Ties to Clintons & Missing Children & Haiti

Jeff Koons: Perversion Art & Ties to Clintons & Missing Children & Haiti

Anons warn of “Agenda 21”:
Summary of all corporate alliances for COP21 links to each NGO found at link related

Over $1 billion worth of cocaine was seized during a drug bust at Packer Avenue Marine Terminal in South Philadelphia on Tuesday, the U.S. Attorney’s Office says. Federal sources confirmed to CBS3 that a bust took place on a cargo ship that was docked at the port.

Over $1 Billion Worth Of Cocaine Seized At Philadelphia Port, U.S. Attorney’s Office Says

The government of NY apparently wants to revolt against the government of the USA:

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