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    Today, 09:24 PM
    So after more than a year of full on "Russia-gate" investigation, there has been produced zero evidence of any Russia collusion. However, it has uncovered a plethora of evidence of FBI collusion of cover-up of crimes, collusion to subvert the will of the electorate, rig the presidential election, and use of intelligence agencies for direct political partisan objectives including espionage on political opponents. In addition it has uncovered ironclad blatant and direct proof of collusion with the government of Israel to subvert and undermine the express policy and objectives of the US government.
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    Today, 02:49 PM
    There is only one type of mercury, but different types of mercury compounds. While the OP title did not specify it was an organo-mercury compound as opposed to the liquid elemental mercury, the quoted post is also not accurate. . While dimethyl mercury is different from liquid elemental mercury, thimerosal is not liquid elemental mercury. Dimethyl mercury (the compound in the video) is NOT "totally different" from thimerosal that was and still is added to many vaccines and other medicinal products. Both dimethyl mercury and thimerosal are organo-mercury compounds. Both are classified as highly toxic. Both are magnitudes more reactive than the liquid elemental mercury, which for the most part is chemically inert. They are both different from liquid elemental mercury and more similar to each other. It is precisely because thimerosal, also an organo-mercury compound, is both reactive and has broad spectrum life metabolic toxicity that it is such a good preservative. Mercury compounds, and especially organo-mercury compounds in general are highly toxic, and thimerosal is no exception. Thimerosal's high toxicity is universally documented. It is classified on the material data safety sheets as very toxic by inhalation, oral ingestion, and even dermal exposure is classified as highly toxic, the highest category. It was never disputed that thimerosal is highly toxic. The pharmaceuticals and CDC merely argued that it was safe for injection in vaccines because the quantity of this highly toxic organo-mercury compound injected into people in vaccines were in doses small enough that they did not precipitate symptoms of toxic effects. For the overwhelming vast majority of the population, the quantities used do not exhibit any negative symptoms. That however does not mean its use has no cumulative effects, or no long term effects.
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    Today, 12:43 PM
    Former Assistant FBI Director James Kallstrom unloaded on James Comey, Robert Mueller, Hillary Clinton, and Barack Obama Thursday, charging that major crimes "20 times bigger than Watergate" are being swept under the rug … " was a political hack … I think he maybe started out in an honorable way. His opinion of himself is sky high -- just an unbelievable guy with just an arrogance about him…. It got him in trouble because I think he thought he was Superman and he found out that he wasn’t." … "The dogs are always going to bite your heels when you’re dealing with the Clintons," he explained. … "the American people have been dealing with the crime syndicate known as the Clinton Foundation … just look at what's in the public domain. The Clintons have been taking advantage of their stations in life for so long." … "Back in '95, '96 … Bill Clinton let our guidance technology for our ICBM missiles go to China." … And then a few years down the road, "we sell 20 percent of our uranium," … referencing the corrupt Uranium One deal that routed millions of Russian dollars to the Clinton Foundation during the time Secretary of State Hillary Clinton served on the federal government’s Committee on Foreign Investment. … Rosenstein was basically put in place at the DOJ by the Democrats , complaining that Sessions was forced to recuse himself while "this huge forest fire is burning up” … Then … naming this counsel … and putting Mueller, who has a conflict of interest 20 miles wide, in on the job." He added, "I don't know if it's a conspiracy, but it sure smells like one." …
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    Today, 12:28 PM
    New York National Guard soldier dies in Ukraine A soldier with the New York Army National Guard has died in Ukraine, according to the Guard. Spc. Joseph Nelk, 21, was deployed to Ukraine … He died on Sunday of apparent natural … The specialist was one of 220 New York Guard soldiers assigned to the training … helps train Ukrainian army troops …
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    Today, 12:17 PM
    Turkey announces it will open a Palestine embassy in East Jerusalem, the de facto capital of Palestine. It will keep its Israel embassy in Tel Aviv. Regional powerhouse Turkey was the first Muslim-majority nation to forge diplomatic ties with Israel, in 1949 … Lebanese Foreign Minister Gebran Bassil followed Turkey’s lead and informed Palestinian Authority … of Beirut’s willingness to establish a Lebanese embassy in East Jerusalem. …
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    Today, 12:05 PM
    AZJoe replied to a thread Target: Iran in World News & Affairs
    Another Good Commentary on Nikki Haley;s Foreign Policy Idiocy: Nikki Haley is not good at foreign policy. … as America’s envoy to the UN, her most noteworthy moments have been two incoherent diatribes on Iran. The first–an airing of grievances passed off as justification for killing the Iran nuclear deal … Yesterday, she doubled down with a speech trying to make the case that Iran is, among other things, supplying Houthis in Yemen with ballistic missiles … There are a variety of problems with Haley’s assertions. … First, Haley cited a UN report in her claim regarding Iranian missile transfers to the Houthis. Of course, the UN has reached no such conclusion. Instead, a panel of experts concluded that fired missile fragments show components from an Iranian company, but they have “no evidence as to the identity of the broker or supplier.” … Analysts from the U.S. Department of Defense speaking to reporters at Haley’s speech openly acknowledged that they do not know the missiles’ origin. Perhaps most surreal is the very same UN report cited by Haley also says the missile included a component that was manufactured by an American company. … It was therefore appalling to see that Haley’s speech reference Yemen and not include a single word about America’s ongoing military, intelligence, and logistical support for the Saudi-led humanitarian catastrophe taking place. … in addition to bolstering Iran’s influence in country where it was previously negligible, the Saudi-led debacle has also empowered al-Qaeda …
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    Today, 11:48 AM
    FBI Evil Deeds One of the unfortunate ironies of the manufactured “Russiagate” controversy is the perception of the FBI as a friend of liberty and justice. But the FBI has never been a friend of liberty and justice. … “has a long record of both deceit and incompetence. Five years ago, Americans learned that the FBI was teaching its agents that ‘the FBI has the ability to bend or suspend the law to impinge on the freedom of others.’ This has practically been the Bureau’s motif since its creation in 1908…. The FBI has always used its ‘good guy’ image to keep a lid on its crimes.” … Take the case of Michael Flynn … Flynn has pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI in connection with conversations he had with Russia’s then-ambassador to the United States … One need not be an admirer of Flynn … to be disturbed by how the FBI has handled this case. One ought to be immediately suspicious whenever someone is charged with or pleads guilty to lying to the FBI without any underlying crime … When the FBI questioned Flynn about his conversations with Kislyak, it already had the transcripts of those conversations … the FBI asked Flynn about his conversations with Kislyak, apparently to test him. If he lied … or had a bad memory, he could have been charged with lying to the FBI.
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    Today, 11:00 AM
    AZJoe replied to a thread Target: Iran in World News & Affairs
    From Moon of Alabama: Nitwit Nikki Haley's Colin Powell "Irrefutable Evidence" Moment Crumbles as a Lie Her props were alleged missile parts recovered somewhere at some unknown time. She claimed that these were provided by the Saudis and the UAE and showed debris of missiles fired from Yemen. Haley further claimed that Iran had delivered such missiles to Yemen … There are several possible explanations of where the Houthi and their then allied Yemeni army might have acquired such missiles. But even if one accepts that Iran delivered these, it is unknown when such deliveries might have taken place. It could have happened years before … Haley claimed that the UN had found that the missile debris on display was from an Iranian Qiam missile. But the UN has made no such findings. It only said that the debris and Qiam missiles "had similar structural and manufacturing features". The Iranian Qiam missile .... is a short-range ballistic missile designed and built by Iran. It was developed from the Iranian Shahab-2, a licensed copy of the North Korean Hwasong-6, all of which are versions of the Soviet Scud-C missile. There are many variants of the Soviet Scud family (A, B, C) produced in various countries and they naturally all have "similar structural and manufacturing features". The Yemeni military bought Soviet Scuds … The Yemeni military also bought North Korean Hwasong 5 and likely also Hwasong 6 missiles directly from North Korea. The Yemeni army has over 30 years of experience with such missiles and qualified personal to modify these …
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    Today, 10:13 AM
    Former FBI Assistant Director James Kallstrom called disgraced FBI agent Peter Strzok a "total moron" who belongs in Leavenworth federal prison … Kallstrom, a former Marine captain and Vietnam veteran, told FBN host Liz MacDonald that if an FBI agent wanted to stop someone from becoming President, "I think he can do what tried to do," adding "He can fabricate things, he can make stuff up, he can lie, he can be a total moron." "You know, he belongs in Leavenworth this guy, in my personal view." … Kallstrom's comments come after two weeks of stunning revelations about the FBI's top brass actively engaging in an effort to help then-candidate Hillary Clinton by "decriminalizing" her actions in the email case, while pursuing a case against then-candidate Donald Trump - using a discredited 34-page 'Trump-Russia' dossier to launch an investigation … text messages sent between Peter Strzok … and his FBI-Attorney mistress Lisa Page emerged, GOP lawmakers honed in on a specific exchange in which Strzok references an "insurance policy" in the "unlikely event" Trump was elected President. …
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    Today, 09:59 AM
    941440139548659718 Longer interview:
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    Yesterday, 10:10 PM
    Fair enough. Methinks you presume too much. Also, I failed to be comprehensive in my statement. I don't ask permission to do many things for which most others do. For example, I carried a concealed weapon in NYC for 20 years without a permit. That said, I also assiduously maintained the concealment because I didn't want to be shot by some twitchy coward with a badge and gun. Even when doing as one pleases in spite of statutory prohibition, for example, it behooves the individual to take cautions not to be caught as a pragmatic measure because the "state" is a mindless beast that will take away your life if it deems fit to do so, even if on the mere whim of its caprice. I agree, but it has not worked well with me.
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    Yesterday, 08:11 AM
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    12-15-2017, 08:22 PM
    edits made to former FBI Director James Comey's statement exonerating Hillary Clinton … went far beyond what was previously known, as detailed in a Thursday letter from committee chairman Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) to FBI Director Christopher Wray. … The letter reveals specific edits made by senior FBI agents when Deputy Director Andrew McCabe exchanged drafts of Comey's statement with senior FBI officials, including Peter Strzok, Strzok's direct supervisor, E.W. "Bill" Priestap, Jonathan Moffa, and an unnamed employee from the Office of General Counsel (identified by Newsweek as DOJ Deputy General Counsel Trisha Anderson) - in what was a coordinated conspiracy among top FBI brass to decriminalize Clinton's conduct by changing legal terms and phrases, omitting key information, and minimizing the role of the Intelligence Community in the email investigation. Doing so virtually assured that then-candidate Hillary Clinton would not be prosecuted. Also mentioned in the letter are the immunity agreements granted by the FBI in June 2016 to top Obama advisor Cheryl Mills and aide Heather Samuelson - who helped decide which Clinton emails were destroyed before turning over the remaining 30,000 records to the State Department. Of note, the FBI agreed to destroy evidence on devices owned by Mills and Samuelson which were turned over in the investigation. … Johnson's letter also questions an "insurance policy" referenced in a text message sent by demoted FBI investigator Peter Strzok to his mistress, FBI attorney Lisa Page, which read "I want to believe the path you threw out to consideration in Andy's office -- that there's no way he gets elected -- but I'm afraid we can't take that risk." It's like an insurance policy in the unlikely event you die before you're 40...." One wonders if the "insurance policy" Strzok sent to Page on August 15, 2016 was in reference to the original counterintelligence operation launched against Trump of which Strzok became the lead investigator in "late July" 2016? Of note, Strzok reported directly to Bill Priestap - the director of Counterintelligence, who told James Comey not to inform congress that the FBI had launched a counterintelligence operation against then-candidate Trump, per Comey's March 20th testimony to the House Intelligence Committee. (h/t @TheLastRefuge2) …
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    12-15-2017, 07:36 PM
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    12-15-2017, 07:13 PM
    Stop building $One billion dollar embassies with moats: "It is central London’s first new moated building since the medieval era. ... it resembles a corporate cube. It is also one of the world’s most expensive embassies, costing a cool $1bn." - Financial Times
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    12-15-2017, 07:01 PM
    Info Website on SPLC: http://splcexposed.com/
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    12-15-2017, 06:13 PM
    In Germantown. Nothing less would suffice.
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    12-15-2017, 06:12 PM
    Oh lemme guess... It be raycis to have bandit barriers in one's business establishment.
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    12-15-2017, 02:58 PM
    His questions carry the response. Have you no analytic subtlety?
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    12-15-2017, 02:55 PM
    That is a reference, not a presentation.
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    12-15-2017, 10:47 AM
    I don't readily see how. Could you present the chain of devolution?
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    12-15-2017, 09:15 AM
    So ISIS is using large quantities of high tech weapons, including high tech missiles provably traced directly back to the U.S.Government, Yet nimrod Nikki Haley is beating the drums of war on Iran because the Yemenis, facing genocide at the hands of US armed and supported Saudi, defended themselves with a missile, the debris of which nimrod Haley alleges has Iran's "fingerprints."
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    12-15-2017, 09:06 AM
    CIA Bought Powerful Missile, Delivered to ISIS A guided anti-tank missile ended up in the hands of ISIS terrorists less than two months after the US government purchased it in late 2015 … Though the report says the missile was purchased by the US Army using a contractor, BuzzFeed News has learned that the real customer appears to have been the CIA. … The missile is one piece of a critical puzzle that is being solved only now … How did the vast terror group arm its war machine? CAR spent three years tracking ISIS weapons as they were recovered by Iraqi, Syrian, and Kurdish forces — and found that what happened to the missile was no aberration. Indeed, the terror group managed to divert “substantial quantities of anti-armour ammunition” from weapons provided to Syrian opposition forces by the US or Saudi Arabia. As BuzzFeed News has reported, the US equips proxy armies in Syria, Iraq, and Afghanistan with weapons such as AK-47s and rocket-propelled grenades made in Russia and Eastern Europe … “Evidence collected by CAR indicates that the United States has repeatedly diverted EU-manufactured weapons and ammunition to opposition forces in the Syrian conflict,” … ISIS, it continues, “rapidly gained custody of significant quantities of this materiel.”
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    12-15-2017, 09:05 AM
    Extensive Wired Report 12/12/17 : ISIS Weapons Supply Chain Traces back to USA 941279902090911745
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    12-15-2017, 09:01 AM
    Got his what? The lunatic level $200 billion Zippy spouts. Even Zippy's favorite info source the Washington Post says on the alleged billionaire status claim, "But where's the proof? Estimates of Putin's wealth lack even the smallest thread of evidence." The WaPo goes on with, "His assets (most notably some cars and apartments) were hardly those of a multi-billionaire." Is Putin wealthy. Yes. He owns a few apartments, several cars and a dacha. That almost certainly is millionaire status, possibly multi-millionaire, but certainly not billionaire. It probably puts him in the lower third of wealth rankings of U.S. Senators. Neither Zippy, nor anyone else has found Putin's secret wealth because it does not exist. He is not the secret owner of all of Russian oil and gas companies as the tinfoil hat wearing crowd proclaim. Nor is he the secret owner of all of the gas beneath the Kara Sea. Nor is the the owner of a heavenly palace on the Black Sea, nor any of the other hundreds of bizarre evidence free tinfoil hat claims. They may spend their entire lives seeking the super secret fortune, but they won't find what is not there. Putin is destined to live a moderately wealthy life. When he retires he is not going to be the owner of all of Monaco living on some 500 foot yacht. The Zippy is smart enough to know these claims are baseless. So one must question the motive of promoting the falsehoods.
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