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    Yesterday, 03:44 PM
    And doing so right there in front in front of some of them. Wonder if Trump even had the slightest idea that he wasn't talking about Iran. Wonder if Trump knows who has provided medical care to Al Nusra fighters. Wonder if Trump knows anything besides making deals.
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    Yesterday, 03:09 PM
    Agree with what you've said and, also, group identity (self imposed) with a collective agenda, does exist. Dissident Jews, like Israel Shamir, is an example of someone who breaks with the collective but writes about it.
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    Yesterday, 01:21 AM
    That article I posted is by Israel Shamir, a Russian (USSR) born Jew who lived in Israel and fought with the IDF. He's telling you right there. The Tribe hates Christianity. Jews are using Muslims as a weapon against the Christian west. He talks about protestants colluding because of hate for the Church (Catholic). I would add, more recently, Europe's spiritual rot, spread of atheism and infestation of Marxism. Churches are empty and mosques are being built. The vacuum is being filled. Jewish hate for Christianity goes back to Christ. Their hate for Russia goes back to the pogroms and then the loss of Jewish Bolshevism to Stalinist communist nationalism. Their hate toward Europeans is due to being kicked out from one country after another. You don't get kicked out of over 100 countries/places because you played nice. They like an environment where they don't stand out so that means destroying the dominant culture in favor of multiculturalism. There are lots of small populations of ethnicities besides Jews and they don't run the global financial system and start wars all over the damn place. Jews are not victims.
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    Yesterday, 12:53 AM
    I think I explained in the post you quoted. Wikileaks has a policy of not revealing sources. Kim Dotcom can because he's not Wikileaks but is privy to the information.
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    Yesterday, 12:41 AM
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    Yesterday, 12:35 AM
    Apparently, the people who instigated the Middle Eastern wars wanted to create a wave of refugees into Europe and North America in order to bring more colour and diversity to these poor monochrome lands. Welfare state, national cohesion, local labour and traditions will disappear, and these countries will undergo a process of homogenisation. Never again the natives will be able to single out Jews, for there will be no natives, just so many persons from all over the world, celebrating Kumbaya. The Jews will be able to get and keep their privileged positions in Europe as they do in the US. They won’t be alone: by their success, they will establish a pattern to copycat for whoever wants to succeed in the new world, and masses of imitation-Jews will support the policies of real Jews. Still, Jewish insistence on the Syrian refugees’ acceptance and on Muslim immigration in general is a strange and baffling phenomenon. Hypocrisy is too mild a word to describe that. We may exclude compassion as a cause for it. There are many thousands of natives of Haifa in Israel who suffer in Syria and dream to come back to their towns and villages, but the state of Israel does not allow these Syrian refugees to return for one crime: they aren’t Jews. Israel accepts Jews only; and American Jews do not object to it; they do not compare Israeli leaders with Hitler or Trump. Israel had build a wall on its border with Sinai, and this wall stopped the black wave of African migrants. American Jews did not shout “No wall, no ban” in front of Israeli Embassy. Mystery, eh? Kevin MacDonald wrote a thoughtful piece trying to unravel the mystery, Why Do Jewish Organizations Want Anti-Israel Refugees? and published it on January 17, a few days before Trump’s inauguration and full three weeks before the subject moved to the front burner. KMD correctly predicted that Donald Trump won’t appeal for “national unity” in his Inaugural Address, though this was the guess of mass media. Moreover, KMD correctly predicted that “Trump will announce an immediate pause in “refugee” admissions, currently surging, to be followed by a zero quota for the next fiscal year. There would be hysteria, in which the major Jewish organizations would, almost certainly, join. My (KMD’s) question: why would they do that?”
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    Yesterday, 12:09 AM
    Mel Gibson should make a movie about it. The tribe hates him already so no biggie there. A well done film is probably about the only way Americans would learn about it and it would really piss people off, I would hope.
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    Yesterday, 12:01 AM
    Roger Ailes wasn't murdered. Comparison of what Hannity said about his family to the Seth Rich case is absurd.
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    05-21-2017, 11:55 PM
    lol
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    05-21-2017, 11:52 PM
    Since this thread went beyond Syria and we've discussed Pakistan and Iran, I'll add this about Afghanistan. Even after reading it I still have no idea why the US is there. What’s the Point of Donald Trump’s Afghan Surge? And four other questions the President's team needs to answer before expanding America’s longest war. Having previously promised to get the United States “out of the nation-building business,” President Trump is contemplating sending 3,000 to 5,000 more U.S. troops to Afghanistan. It’s a move that is said to be strongly backed by White House National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster (reportedly leading some in the White House to dub it “McMaster’s War”). It is also reminiscent of the situation Barack Obama faced back in 2009. Military officials pushed hard for an even bigger troop increase then, and a neophyte president bowed to the pressure despite his clear misgivings. Obama’s “surge” ultimately accomplished nothing — as some of us warned at the time — and this new effort to kick the can down the road is likely to suffer a similar fate. I don’t really think Trump understands any of the underlying issues, but McMaster — who served for several years in Afghanistan and has the reputation of being an independent thinker — should. Here are five questions someone should ask McMaster about this new policy, along with some background to each one.
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    05-21-2017, 09:53 PM
    I think most are just liars.
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    05-21-2017, 09:51 PM
    Some are that dense while others don't want the Russia narrative exposed for the lie that it is because Trump.
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    05-21-2017, 08:41 PM
    866465086793293824 ^^^Shitload of Sharia Blue shills commenting on that. Paranoia is building over what's coming and it looks like Sean Hannity is going to interview Kim Dotcom.
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    05-21-2017, 08:37 PM
    I assume you mean Kim Dotcom. I would guess because Wikileaks doesn't reveal it's sources and Kim was respecting that but due to mounting pressure, perhaps Assange gave Dotcom a green light to reveal what he knows. Wild guess but seems logical. Assange all but said it, in a very cagey manner. With Kim giving proof that takes Wikileaks off the hook. It's a tough situation because not revealing sources is so critical for Wikileaks but with Seth Rich dead and his WL contact also dead (natural causes) and with this being a murder and cover-up, it's appropriate, imho.
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    05-21-2017, 05:57 PM
    Yes, at least it's not. So far, the foreign policy is the same but if we were looking at president Clinton, it would be cultural Marxism on steroids. We'd be inundated with more man hating pussy hat dykes and feminazis in government positions; more "trans rights" shit; more sexualization and perversion of little kids under the guise of "education" and every other twisted nightmare these SJW freaks wanted imposed on the rest of us. All else being somewhat equal, if putting the breaks on these PC tyrants is all Trump is good for, it's worth it.
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    05-21-2017, 05:44 PM
    The "populace"? This isn't the populace in some uprising, this is the deep state (shorthand!) asserting it's stranglehold on the levers of power in this country. As for popular revolts overthrowing governments, I like the idea - especially imagining corrupt politicians and the like getting lined up and shot - but it doesn't seem that it usually works out all that great. Who, in the US, is most organized and ready to govern in a power vacuum? That would be the deep state and their political counterparts!
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    05-21-2017, 05:34 PM
    I lived in LA when the Rodney King riots occurred and poor Reginald Denny was dragged from his semi and his head bashed in with a cement block. When the hoodrats went to trial, Maxine was all over the place making excuses for them, saying stuff like they weren't guilty of wrongdoing because they just got caught up in the spirit of the rioting and couldn't be held responsible.
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    05-21-2017, 05:29 PM
    Night Train Express 17.5% alc. by vol. Don't let the 0.5% less alcohol by volume fool you, the Night Train is all business when it pulls into the station. All aboard to nowhere - woo wooo! The night train runs only one route: sober to stupid with no roundtrip tickets available, and a strong liklihood of a train wreck along the way. This trainyard favorite is vinted and bottled by E&J Gallo Winery, in in Modesto, CA. Don't bother looking on their web page, because they dare not mention it there. As a clever disguise, the label says that it is made by "Night Train Limited." Some suspect that Night Train is really just Thunderbird with some Kool-Aid-like substance added to try to mask the Clorox flavor. Some of our researchers indicated that it gave them a NyQuil-like drowsiness, and perhaps this is why they put "night" in the name. The picture (above right) shows that the subject that drank Night Train is down for the count, while the Cisco guzzling subject is ready to rock. Guaranteed to tickle your innards. LMAO! Great find.
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    05-21-2017, 05:07 PM
    Deep state is not a new term and it's convenient shorthand to describe the intelligence community (including foreign) + Pentagon career types + entrenched bureaucrats who all think the US government exists only to serve their interests and wallets. You are being very shortsighted if you think a coup d'etat is a winning idea just because Trump.
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    05-21-2017, 04:05 PM
    I don't find it troubling. I'd say it's good news because if Kim Dotcom says it, he'll prove it and that will blow this thing wide open. Now that Hannity is tweeting with him that means this will get a lot of coverage.
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    05-21-2017, 03:26 PM
    And that guy who wrote that, David Weigel, is a name that rings a bell. I was digging into some race baiting BS, years ago, and he was in the middle of it. Can't recall what it was. Maybe connections to the NAACP or SPLC but it was clear he's some commie Jew who manipulates blacks to keep them in victim mode and on the plantation. Quite fitting he ended up with a gig at the Compost.
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    05-21-2017, 02:50 PM
    I saw that air head Invanka giving a speech on this, today. She makes my skin crawl. Now we're gonna have Saudi shills all over the internet, I guess. And, WTH is that glowing ball, lol? This all feels like a satirical movie. Oh, and, isn't it the Saudis heading up the UN Human Rights commission? haha!
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    05-21-2017, 02:34 PM
    You need to grow the fuck up. Your claiming I'm letting Trump get away with anything is so stupid you should be embarrassed. Like I or any other average person has any control over Donald Trump. Sheesh. I am also not defending Trump. Your derangement doesn't allow you to understand that there is a difference between defending Trump and pointing out that a deep state coup d'etat is a bad thing. Is Dennis Kucinich defending Trump or sounding the alarm bells about an extra-constitiutional fourth branch government controlling the United Sates?! Oh, that's right, you can't discern the difference. Your saying Trump was "in with the Russians" (Clinton campaign much?) is also meaningless garbage. He campaigned on better relations with them - which has not happened - and you're equating that to "in with", whateverthefuck that means. That you would say we'd be better off with Clinton who runs a global, criminal racket off of which she and her husband have made their fortune, is nuts. Nobody but Democraps are associating Trump with Republicans when Republicans are openly not supporting him. Everyone but Democraps knows Trump is a complete wild card with no party allegiance or even any kind of political ideology.
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    05-21-2017, 01:45 PM
    Wow, I didn't realize that Bannon was there. WTF is he thinking? I'd love to know. Does he approve or is there just to keep any place in the Trump WH? Breitbart has always has had a pro Israel bent so he may approve.
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    05-21-2017, 01:38 PM
    And there was Tillerson, with that weasely Saudi foreign minister, saying (without any trace irony) he hoped the Iranians would start allowing freedom of speech when the Saudis execute anyone who criticizes the government/"royal" family/Salifist insanity. Thanks for posting that video. Will share on twitter and other forums.
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    05-21-2017, 12:34 AM
    ExPatPaki & Goldenequity - you guys are making some really great posts. Thank you both. Until the war in Syria started, I never had any idea how incredibly complicated the mid east-Asia is. There are so many factions, alliances, shifting alliances, tribal conflicts, ethnicities, etc. It can be very hard to follow. On another forum I shared several PMs with a Kurd woman who lives in Atlanta. They're another group(s) who have confused me. She was from Iranian Kurdistan, hated the Iranians as well as Arabs and was an atheist. She schooled me on Islamization equaling Arabization and how that has subjugated all of these tribes and cultures who are not Arab but were conquered with most being converted to Islam. She was sympathetic to the Taliban for some anti Iranian reason but it was so complicated that I never got a clear picture of it all. The idea of that whole region blowing up even more is a horrifying thought. It seems no matter what, we never get away from this damn AngloZionist driven madness.
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    05-20-2017, 11:14 PM
    Those word games, part of propaganda/mind control, really piss me off. A previous one they used during the liberation of Aleppo was to describe it as "fallen" to government forces. Obviously, the game with that was to adjust the mush brains of the average Guardian reader into thinking the sovereign nation is invading it's own cities. Bashar al-Assad's forces are taking back Aleppo — and slaughtering ... https://www.vox.com/world/2016/12/13/13936350/aleppo-assad-retake Dec 14, 2016 - Aleppo is falling. Syrian regime forces, backed by Iran and Russian airstrikes, are on the verge of retaking the final remnants of the rebel-held ... After Aleppo's Fall, What's Next in Syria's War: QuickTake Q&A ... https://www.bloomberg.com/.../with-aleppo-falling-what-happens-next-in-syria-s-civil... Dec 13, 2016 - After Aleppo's Fall, What's Next in Syria's War:
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    05-20-2017, 10:24 PM
    I recall reading or hearing that Trump gave the generals or Pentagon or some such, broad authority to act on their own.
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    05-20-2017, 10:17 PM
    I'm a big fan of Lavrov. He is an amazing diplomat and no bullshit, like Putin. I don't know how he doesn't tear out what hair he has left after dealing with the demonic liars in the US and EU. Years of this crap, one administration after another. Same Zionazi Synagogue of Satan foreign policy. It's impossible to believe ANYTHING coming out of the US or EU governments. How does one deal with such abject non stop evil? It really is like having to conduct diplomacy with Satan himself.
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    05-20-2017, 10:02 PM
    Why can't you be honest? A House Republican is calling for an independent commission to examine Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election after President Trump’s bombshell decision to fire FBI Director James Comey on Tuesday. Rep. Justin Amash (R-Mich.), a member of the conservative House Freedom Caucus, said on Twitter that he is “reviewing legislation to establish an independent commission on Russia.” If Amash wants to look at independent commissions, hold investigations and raise some hell about attacking the very people fighting these jihadi freaks - the sovereign nation of Syria and their allies, including Russia -, then I'd be right there. But no, he's playing with a lie created by the Clinton campaign.
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