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Night of the Long Janbiyas represents a power shift with major international implications (including Las Vegas)

The Las Vegas shootings had almost been forgotten, in part because numerous witnesses of multiple shooters were suddenly dead under mysterious circumstances:   http://countercurrentnews.info/2017/11/7-las-vegas-shooting-witnesses-now-dead-within-1-month-of-attack/ The Antifa had promised a big series of protests.  Soros had moved money around, so we … Continue reading

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Dr. Norman Finkelstein Subjected to Knock on Door Arrest in the Middle of the Night

Dr. Norman Finkelstein Subjected to Knock on Door Arrest in the Middle of the Night October 23, 2017 Thomas Müller Articles by Thomas Müller, Crime, New Nationalist Articles, Politics, US News 0 Dr. Norman Finkelstein is one of the most courageous Judaics in the world. He has … Continue reading

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Charlottesville looks like a set-up to me

ON SCENE JOURNALIST WORKING FOR THE HILL CONFIRMS THAT MULTIPLE POLICE BELIEVE CHARLOTTESVILLE CAR CRASH WAS CAUSED BY DRIVER FLEEING FROM VIOLENT ANTIFA ATTACKS. SUBSEQUENTLY DELETES TWEETS LiveLeak believes the whites were attacked: https://www.liveleak.com/view?i=36f_1502716306 Update: The allegations regarding Kessler are … Continue reading

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Limited Hang-out? Soros and other insiders leak dirt on “Panama Papers”

If Wikileaks has the docs, I don’t know why they even bother to ask for a vote. But if the vote does come through as a “yes, release them all” we will be able to make some actual informed opinions, … Continue reading

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The Joint Chiefs and the DIA were constantly telling Washington’s leadership of the jihadist threat in Syria, and of Turkey’s support for it. The message was never listened to. Why not?

Seymour M. Hersh on US intelligence sharing in the Syrian war

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