31
Oct

This Video Shows Why The Saudis Sponsored 20% of Clinton's Campaign

Hillary's right-hand woman has been somewhat of a dark horse in the public perception of voters. Having been thrown into the spotlight due to the FBI investigation of Clinton's Wiki-leaked emails and the rumored NSFW escapades including the apparent attempted seduction of a minor, the focus is centering on her, which is making more people interested in her role as the Secretary's nearest ally. Anonymous, or at least another Anonymous went and did the math, so to speak. His research is accurate and reveals enough to make one beg for further questioning.

This thesis would be a textbook example of a strategy for defeating a much larger, militarily overwhelming foe by stealth over time. The destabilization of Syria and Libya ties into this plan as well, providing a weak neighbor for the Saudi Arabian Armed Forces to exploit at their will, with the US taxpayers sponsoring a very expensive campaign using aircraft and mercenaries that identify themselves with a full spectrum of terrorist groups. The destabilization of Afghanistan, Irak, Libya and Syria has led to further destabilization in the European Union. Greece and Italy are deeply challenged by the hords of 'refugees' flocking to their borders seeking asylum. France, Sweden and Germany have been flooded with foreigners willing to take the handouts of western governments but unwilling to show any respect for the culture or the folk that is paying for their welfare. This, being accepted by the politicians, as they impose more changes the majority would not willingly consent to would normally be high treason in a state, but since nearly all states in the world have been converted to registered businesses, it is merely another CEO pursuing a company agenda unpopular among the employees. As German Chancellor Angela Merkel was asked by Günther Jauch whether she would cease to support the European idea of common union if it were against the wishes of those governed, her immediate retort was "No!", "Under no circumstances." before relating that Germany needs a European Union with ideals like those in Germany, freedom of the press, personal freedom, democracy. This is the same woman that has recruited Google and Facebook to play a role as hate-speech police, contemplating sanctions if whatever brand of opinion is not removed within a certain amount of hours. First off, how is this 'hate-speech' to be defined? Today it might seem acceptable to block some messages, but once taken, this fork in the road will cause a lot of people to oppressed before the public realizes that free-speech, although it can be a downright nuisance to listen to sometimes, is valuable in a functioning society. How many resources are going to be necessary to filter and administrate the operation? Will the mission creep lead to STASI-like masses of company-hired private spies delivering 'intelligence' to the government? In a free country, no public discussion should be controlled by the controllers, even if that means we're going to be exposed to opinions we don't agree with. At the worst, you might turn livid with rage at the prospect of an adversary's world view, at the least, you might even say, "Well, i never looked at it from that point of view before.".
The easiest argument against accepting that your government is taking steps to limit public discourse when it runs contra to their narrative is to just remember, governments lie! If they profess to do anything for your security, it will surely reduce your liberty and fail to provide the promised securety. Quite the opposite, when the bar has been raised, before long, there will be another purported threat that enables them to "make a new offer" under the same auspices. See it for what it's become, a trade war between corporate governments and their citizenry hidden under the illusory mantle of government enabled by it's unquestioning minions and the acquiescent masses.

23
Oct

BIN Commentor provides the breakdown in Syria

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BREAKING NEWS 23 October 2016 !!!!

Scores of Terrorists Killed in Syrian Army Attack East of Damascus
Syrian Army troops and popular forces repelled an attack by terrorists in Jobar in Eastern Ghouta, leaving dozens of militants dead or wounded.

Terrorists Continue to Prevent People from Leaving Eastern Neighborhoods of Aleppo
The terrorist groups in Eastern Aleppo keep blocking civilians’ exit path despite the humanitarian pause by the army and the plan for the relocation of 900 militants from Aleppo city to Idlib province.

Iraqi Forces Rescue More Families Escaping ISIL Terrorists South of Mosul
Iraqi popular forces rescued more families escaping the ISIL terrorists in Shoura area South of Mosul.

Terrorists Come Under Missile Attack by Syrian Army in Quneitra and Damascus
The Syrian army missile units destroyed terrorists’ technical vehicles carrying ammunition for the militants near Khan al-Sheih in Damascus and al-Hamidia in the countryside of Quneitra. Also another unit of the army demolished militants’ … more

Iraqi Popular Forces Dismantle ISIL’s IEDs, Booby Traps in Recaptured Villages South of Mosul
Iraqi Popular Forces and Federal Police units destroyed and dismantled ISIL’s car bombs, IEDs and booby traps in newly captured villages South of Mosul.

Iraqi Army Liberates Another Village from ISIL Control
Iraqi forces liberated the village of Tal Al-Samen, South of Mosul, as the battle to retake the city of Mosul continues.

Syrian Army Foils Terrorists’ Offensive in Eastern Damascus
The Syrian army destroyed terrorists’ positions, vehicles and heavy weapons, and inflicted large casualties on them in an offensive in Eastern in the town of Jobar, Eastern Ghouta in Damascus province.

Forever War: Ending It Is a Much Bigger Problem Than Continuing It
The participation lies of the United States and allies in the Mosul offensive and their refusal to commit to accepting the legitimacy of the Syrian government distract from the real threat to global peace and security.
Iran, Brazil to Hold Joint Economic Commission Soon

Iran, Brazil to Hold Joint Economic Commission Soon
Tehran and Brasilia will hold a joint economic commission aimed at boosting mutual cooperation in the coming days.

Austrian Parliament Vice Speaker Due in Tehran Tonight
Austrian Parliament Vice Speaker Karlheinz Kopf is scheduled to arrive in Tehran on Saturday night.

Nearly 1,000 Reportedly Treated for Breathing Problems after ISIL Torches Sulphur Plant near Mosul
Nearly 1,000 people had to be treated for breathing problems after ISIL terrorists set a sulphur plant ablaze in Mishraq, South of the Iraqi city of Mosul, Reuters reported, citing hospital sources.
IFRC Hails Iran’s Humanitarian Efforts

IFRC Hails Iran’s Humanitarian Efforts
A senior official of the International Federation of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) lauded Iran for its notable humanitarian relief operations.

Iran Condemns US-Led Coalition Attack on Kirkuk Civilians
Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi condemned the US-led coalition airstrikes against the civilians in Kirkuk province in Northern Iraq.

Euphrates Shield: Turkey Sends More Tanks to Syria as Tensions Rise Between Damascus, Ankara
The Turkish military sent more tanks to Northern Syria to support the Ankara-backed militants in the fight against the Kurdish forces as tension are high between two country.
Minister: Malaysian Firms Eyeing Investment in Iran’s Oil Industry

Malaysian Firms Eyeing Investment in Iran’s Oil Industry
Iranian Oil Minister Bijan Namdar Zanganeh said several Malaysian companies have voiced their willingness to invest in his country’s energy projects.
Syrian Army Warns Turkey of Impending Battle

Syrian Army Warns Turkey of Impending Battle
The General Command of the Syrian Armed Forces in a statement issued on Saturday lashed out at Turkey, specially President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, for its continued aggression on Syrian soil, and described Ankara as a staunch supporter of … more
Iraqi PM: Turkey Fights in Iraq for Own Influence, Not Against Terrorism

Turkey Fights in Iraq for Own Influence, Not Against Terrorism
Turkey has sent troops to Iraq to extend its influence, but not to combat Daesh terrorist group, Iraqi Prime Minister Haider Abadi said Saturday.
Terrorists Not Letting Red Cross Evacuate Wounded from Aleppo

Terrorists Not Letting Red Cross Evacuate Wounded from Aleppo
Al-Nusra Front and Ahrar al-Sham terrorists prevent the International Committee of Red Cross (ICRC) mission from evacuating the wounded from the Eastern districts of the Syrian city of Aleppo, a Geneva source familiar with the situation … more

Commander: Yemeni Forces Capture Saudi Military Base in Najran
Senior Yemeni commanders announced that their forces have captured a Saudi military base with all its weapons and ammunition inside Saudi Arabia.

Iran Unveils New Short-Range Radar System
Iran on Saturday unveiled a new short-range radar system, named ‘Matla al-Fajr 3′, that traces targets 500km in range.

6 Top ISIL Security Chiefs, 2 Saudi Commanders Executed in Southern Hasaka
The ISIL executed eight of its own senior militants, including two Saudi nationals, in the Southern part of the city of Hasaka in Northern Syria as they were trying to flee to the neighboring provinces.

Kurdish Forces Capture 2 ISIL Terrorists Disguised as Women Trying to Flee Mosul
The Kurdish Peshmerga forces arrested two ISIL terrorists who were trying o escape the city of Mosul in disguise.

Syrian MP: US Opposing Evacuation of Terrorists from Aleppo
The US is using the terrorist groups as an instrument to implement its plots in the region and would, thus, never accept the ceasefire in Aleppo, senior Syrian legislator said.
Syrian, Russian Troops to Launch Anti-Terrorism Operation in Aleppo as Soon as Humanitarian Pause Ends

Syrian, Russian Troops to Launch Anti-Terrorism Operation in Aleppo as Soon as Humanitarian Pause Ends
Russian and Syrian forces will launch massive offensives on the positions of the remaining pockets of the terrorist groups in the Eastern districts of Aleppo city once the humanitarian ceasefire ends, media sources disclosed on Saturday … more
Washington Apparently Seeks to ‘Fully Destroy’ US-Russia Relations

Washington Apparently Seeks to ‘Fully Destroy’ US-Russia Relations
Moscow will find a way to respond to possible introduction of new sanctions by the United States against Russia, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said Saturday.

Hashd Al-Shaabi Resolved to Confront Turkish Military Presence in Iraq
A recent meeting of the senior commanders of the Iraqi volunteer forces (Hashd al-Shaabi) conveyed the message of their preparedness to confront the Turkish army’s military incursion into their country and also prevent the relocation … more

Russian Military Presence Aims at Helping Syrian Authorities Combat Terrorism
Russia’s military presence in Syria aims at helping legitimate power in combating terrorism, the Kremlin spokesman said.

Russian Foreign Ministry: Militants in Aleppo Fail Assistance Delivery, Civilians Outflows
Moscow calls on the countries, having influence on the Syrian opposition, to observe their obligations to master the militants in Aleppo, spokeswoman of the Russian Foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova said on Saturday.

French Envoy: Eutelsat Eager to Send Offer to Iran Satellite Tender
Paris Ambassador to Tehran François Sénémaud announced that the French-based satellite provider, Eutelsat, plans to win contract with Iran to build a satellite for the country.

‌‌US-Backed Terrorist Group Calls on Allied Militants to Unite against Syrian Army’s Crushing March
Nouralddeen al-Zinki terrorist group that is backed by the US and Turkey refused to join the ceasefire agreement with the Syrian government in Aleppo, calling on other militant groups to narrow down differences to slow down the Syrian army’s … more

Iran Mercantile Exchange Weekly Trade Reaches $228mln
The Iran Mercantile Exchange (IME) announced that around $228mln of various commodities weighting over 633,796 tons were traded in its domestic trading and exports halls in the past working week

Expert: Iraqi Forces Block ISIL’s Escape Path to Syria
Iraqi security experts announced that the new battle tactics used by Iraq’s joint military forces in their military operation against the ISIL in Mosul have surprisingly resulted in high casualties among the terrorists while preventing … more

Iraqi VP: Mosul Liberation Prelude to Raqqa, Aleppo Capture
Iraq’s Vice-President Nuri al-Maliki said the operation to take back the last stronghold of the ISIL terrorist group in his country will be an introduction to the capture of Raqqa and Aleppo in Syria.

Syria: ISIL Forcing Deir Ezzur Residents to Go to Mosul Battlefield
The ISIL terrorist group arrested, at least, 200 residents of Deir Ezzur city in Eastern Syria and sent them to Mosul in Northern Iraq to help the terrorists resist against the large-scale operation of the Iraqi Army troops and popular … more

Yemeni Tribes Go on Alert to Give Crushing Response to Saudi Arabia
The Yemeni tribal leaders declared a state of alert to respond to Saudi Arabia’s aggressions and massacre of the civilians in their country.
Head of Syrian Journalists’ Union: Terrorists Seeking to Exacerbate Humanitarian Crisis in Aleppo

Head of Syrian Journalists’ Union: Terrorists Seeking to Exacerbate Humanitarian Crisis in Aleppo
Head of the Syrian Journalists Union Elias Morad warned that the terrorist groups continue to violate the ceasefire and refuse to leave Aleppo city to make the situation more critical and difficult for the civilian residents.

Iraq: Over 470 ISIL Terrorists Killed in Mosul in 5 Days
The Iraqi Army’s War Media Center announced that hundreds of ISIL terrorists have been killed in the first five days of the Mosul liberation operation.

Civilians in Aleppo City Show Fury over Int’l Bodies’ Indifference to Terrorists’ Brutalities
A large number of people in militant-held districts in Aleppo city in Northern Syrian called on the UN Special Envoy for Syria, Staffan de Mistura, to force Jeish al-Fatah’s leaders to stop blocking civilians’ exit from the Eastern … more

US Congressional Aide Asks about Assassinating Bashar Assad
A US Congressional aide for Republican Doug Lamborn asked former White House Middle East coordinator, Phillip Gordon, why the government has not assassinated Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad.

Security Forces End ISIL Assault on Iraqi Oil City
Security forces overcame a big assault by ISIL militants in Kirkuk and regained full control of the Northern Iraqi oil city on Saturday, Iraqi state TV said.

Sources: Terrorists Insist on Staying in Eastern Aleppo in Hope of Ankara’s Aid to Break Siege
The militants stationed in Eastern Aleppo have remained adamant to the repeated calls by the Syrian army-led forces to leave the city as they have pinned hope on Turkey to break the siege imposed by the Syrian army and its allies, residents … more

Iraqi Army, Assyrian Forces Enter Strategic Town near Mosul
The Iraqi Army, backed by the Nineveh Plains Protection Units (Assyrian paramilitary), entered the strategic town of Al-Hamdaniyah this morning after an intense firefight with the ISIL militants.

UN: ISIL Takes 550 Families as ‘Human Shields’ in Mosul
ISIL militants have taken some 550 families from villages around Mosul, and are thought to be holding them as ‘human shields’ close to terrorists’ locations in the strategic Iraqi city, a spokeswoman for the UN human rights office said.

Iran: Upcoming US Presidential Election Not to Affect Nuclear Deal
Iraqi Deputy Foreign Minister underlined that the upcoming US presidential elections will in no way influence the nuclear agreement reached between Tehran and the six world powers (the US, Russia, China, France, Britain and Germany).

Iraqis Launch Cyber Army to Support Mosul Liberation Operation
Iraqis from different walks of life, specially the country’s media persons, launched a campaign on the Internet in support of the ultimate defeat of the ISIL terrorist group by the country’s military forces, specially Hashd al-Shaabi … more

Hundreds of Fresh Syrian Soldiers Arrive in Aleppo to Reinvigorate Army’s Defense Capabilities
A large number of fresh Syrian soldiers have joined the country’s Army troops and popular forces in Aleppo city to strengthen their defense capabilities against an impending massive attack by the Jeish al-Fatah terrorist coalition, military … more

Over 25 Terrorists Killed in Syrian Army’s Advance in Southeastern Damascus
Syrian Army soldiers continued to beat back Fatah al-Sham Front (formerly the al-Nusra Front) from their positions near Khan al-Sheih in Western Ghouta, claiming the lives of over 25 militants in the battlefield.

Leader’s Aide: S. Arabia Colluding with Israel in Sparking Crises throughout Region
Iranian Supreme Leader’s top aide Ali Akbar Velayati blamed Saudi Arabia for spreading crises in the region, and said Riyadh has been in secret collusion with Tel Aviv to deteriorate the security situation in the regional countries.

Militants in 15 More Towns Give up Fight against Syrian Gov’t
The Russian Peace Coordination Center in Syria said on Saturday that militants in fifteen more towns have given up fight against the Syrian army troops and popular forces and joined a peace agreement with Damascus.

Thats all for now !! Stay tunned !!
Oct 22, 2016, 8:32 pm

The latest on the road to WWIII

23
Sep

Russia's reply to the broken ceasefire and the US-led coalition's strike on Assad's troops.

There was a bombing attack with warplanes on Syria's army resulting in over 60 deaths that the US and UK have admitted to participating in. A suspiciously well-timed attack on the area minutes later by two different, previously supposedly competing groups of 'rebels' played a key role in the damage incurred by Bashar Assad's military on the ground in their own country. This led to an indignant protest by Russia and kind of an, "Oops, sorry bro." with hand over mouth reaction from the Obama regime as they mock Russia's attempt at a diplomatic solution in involving the UN. A couple of days later, a Syrian Red Crescent convoy was coordinated to deliver supplies to a town southwest of Aleppo, which recalls another convoy employed under suspicious circumstances that Serena Shirm discovered. After days of stalling, the convoy was allowed to proceed, accompanied by Russian drones for security reasons. Shortly after arrival at the destination and this arrival being tweeted, some 18 of 30 vehicles were destroyed, the reports from Moscow claimed to have left the convoy without incident after it's destination had been reached, counter to the accusations from the US that Syria was responsible for barrel bomb attacks on the convoy from helicopters. Russia's claims that the damaged vehicles don't appear to have been damaged by these types of weapons appear to be true according to available photos.
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The UN General Assembly hosted a high-level summit to address large movements of refugees and migrants, with the aim of bringing countries together behind a more humane and coordinated approach. on 19.09.2015, but noone seemed to have acknowledged that the refugee crisis is being fueled because a coalition of nations that were not attacked, which is in and of itself unlawful, have been destroying their homelands and houses. Big money 'philanthrope' and chief instigator of revolt worldwide pledged 500 million US dollars to 'support' the displaced people to get settled in their new countries, where they intend to actively reform the present cultures and political environment there without any respect for the inhabitants whose tax revenue feeds, clothes and houses them, in order to better suit their liking. This is the invasion tactic used in the new war of stealth, designed by those who hope the Christians and Muslims will decimate each other in this conflict-laden situation prior to stepping in and actively pursuing their goals with candor, violence and prejudice. People capable of reason that are experiencing the exerted pressure and wish to simply lash out would be well-advised to consider the consequences before blindly surrendering to the natural tendency to become violent. The rulers are counting on these groups to become violent and cause chaos so they can profit from it.

22
Sep

This interview puts the coming war into perspective.

For all those that have let themselves be convinced that war stimulates the economy,
this interview with Eustace Mullins, deemed the "most dangerous man alive" by J. Edgar Hoover because "he found out too much that people in power would prefer to remain hidden so they could continue their dirty work unhindered", underlines for whom war is most profitable and why.

"The author of such incendiary books as Secrets of the Federal Reserve, Murder by Injection, and The Curse of Canaan, Mullins was harrassed by the FBI for almost a half century, and had one of his books burned in Germany in the 1950s. These stories are recounted in one of his books, A Writ for Martyrs."

The video poster has written an excellent overview, so watching the video at the source is worth it.

20
Sep

Once again, the non-'Islamic Terrorist' had been on the radar of the authorities for years.

The pattern will no doubt continue to surprise the low-information US population as the mainstream US news trickles out details of the RT news report NYC bombing suspect's father told police son was a terrorist in 2014. The freedoms confiscated by the authorities in the aftermath of 9-11 under the pretence of increasing security have once again failed to actually prevent a violent terrorising crime from occuring although they were tipped off to a potential danger and undoubtedly had the means at hand to perform a constant data dragnet like they do on everyone according to Snowden's revelations on the NSA. Since the Explosives in New York and New Jersey were pressure cookers and pipe bombs linked to cellphones, get ready to have these things taken away to protect the public next. The FBI seemed genuinely incurious regarding several trips the suspect made to Pakistan (terror training camp?) or his passing interest in criminal justice (Studied at Middlesex Community College without graduating). Sounds like the makings of a perfectly good Project MKUltra manchurian candidate scapegoat. One, at the time, 'possible terrorist' bomb went off in a steel garbage container in Chelsea, not Clinton, Manhattan, coincidentally, however just three blocks away from Chelsea Clinton's apartment where Hillary was taken last week after her collapse(not in her footprint) while visiting the 9-11 memorial. Another reportedly connected Explosive device detonates near Elizabeth train station. In a time of ubiquitous CCTV camera coverage and unattended packages causing anxiety in public places, it seems doubtful that this device drew no attention when it was deposited there. Another device was found on the street by Two scavengers, who took second bomb out of suitcase in Chelsea.
The police state will surely come to protect everyone now, right? Will residents soon be hearing The Nine Most Terrifying Words(Video)?
Some are even saying GET OUT NOW: Martial law in New York - Tanks in the street!(Video)

22
Aug

Deutsche aufgefordert Vorräte anzulegen

Die Bundesregierung fordert die Bürger auf, einen Lebensmittelvorrat für zehn Tage anzulegen. Dies soll für den Krisen-Fall dienen, von dem man nicht weiß, ob es sich um den Ausbruch eines Krieges oder einen Finanz-Crash handelt. Die Bundesregierung sorgt sich auch um die eigene Sicherheit.

Weiterlesen Bundesregierung: Bürger sollen Lebensmittel und Bargeld bunkern

10
Aug

Latest Hillary email scandal connects her to attempted Turkish coup

In the latest barrage of emails released by Wikileaks, Hillary's connection to the Gülen movement's Alliance for Shared Values in the USA through the Clinton-aligned Podesta Group and links to the Turkish becomes evident.
Wow: Julian Assange Just Delivered the Next Batch of Emails! She’s Toast!