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    Today, 10:07 AM
    Anu, Enki and Enlil This look like the origins of the “Roman” Mithras slaying the bull... In the Epic of Gilgamesh (2100 BC), Gilgamesh slays the Bull of Heaven that Anu had given to his daughter Ishtar. According to Nicholas de Vere, the origins of all of these Gods is the Trinity of the Scythian Anu (the Great Father of the Sky) and his sons Enki and Enlil (from 2 different mothers): http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthread.php?511234-Dragon-court Ki gave birth to Enlil, Lord of the Air and Earth. Enlil cleaved the earth from heaven and took command of earth with his mother Ki Antu’s child was Enki, Lord of the Earth and Waters.
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    Today, 10:01 AM
    William Cooper on June 28, 2001 (2 ½ months before 9/11) announced on his radio show that some major event would happen soon and “Whatever is gonna happen that they are gonna blame on Osama Bin Laden, don’t you even believe it” Here is a transcript where William Cooper talks about what is (really) happening - broadcast live on 11 September 2001 (Cooper figured out that it’s impossible for skycrapers to come tumbling down after a plane crashed into them): http://deceivedworld.blogspot.nl/2011/03/william-cooper-on-9-11-01-transcribed.html Less than 2 months after 9/11 he was killed by the police… Cooper was killed on 5 November 2001: for tax fraud and resisting arrest. An important fact is often overlooked in his death and that is that he had only one leg. I guess that shooting a police officer twice in the head while running would be twice more difficult than with both legs intact.
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    Yesterday, 12:03 PM
    One of the best known sources on Roman Mithraism is David Ulansey, who claims that Roman Mithraists really worshipped Perseus. I don´t follow that point of view but there are a couple of interesting links. The most famous tale of demigod Perseus (son of supreme Greek God Zeus) is that he slayed Medusa on the orders of King Polydektes. With the help of the gods, Perseus obtained winged sandals, an invisible helm and a magical sword. Perseus slayed Medusa as she slept and beheaded her with eyes averted to avoid turning to stone (this is similar to Mithras averted his eyes when slaying the bull). See Perseus slaying Medusa, 5th BC. The cult of St. George of Cappadocia, was established following the First Crusade in 1098, with a shrine at Lydda, where Perseus rescued Andromeda from the sea serpent: https://www.theoi.com/Heros/Perseus.html (archived here: http://archive.is/iR8ec)
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    Yesterday, 09:59 AM
    It's very stupid to work on "losing weight". One should think about "losing fat"! I've always thought that the BMI is utterly ridiculous... World heavy weight boxing champ Anthony Joshua for example weighs 264 pound (112 kg) at a height of "only" 6 ft 6 in (198 cm). It's very "easy" to lose fat actually. Decrease your intake of calories. It's probably more important to cut down on sugar than fat. It's not only what you eat but also what you drink! If you do sports this could lead to more muscles (not for everybody though), and you could actually increase in body mass. On the long term excerising is the only way to keep in shape.
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    02-20-2019, 11:27 AM
    The origin of the legend of “slaying the dragon” remains obscure. It is first recorded in the late sixth century and may originally have been an allegory of the persecution of Diocletian (a.k.a. Dadianus), who was sometimes referred to as “the dragon”. It is commonly believed that the Christian version is derived from the Dragon of the Apocalypse in the Bible, mixed with the legend of Perseus. According to myth the “Greek” god Perseus (with a Persian name?) rescued the virgin Andromeda from a sea monster at Arsuf or Jaffa, near Lydda (Diospolis). Sometimes the story is in Ethiopia, where a cult of St George grew around the site of George’s tomb. One of Emperor Constantine´s bronze coins shows a labarum piercing a serpent, 326-330 AD. A gold solidus of Valentinian III shows him with a long cross, transfixing a serpent with a human head, 424/5 AD.
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    02-20-2019, 11:25 AM
    I’ve started a court case against the Kingdom of the Netherlands in which I’ve argued that paying taxes is a criminal offence, as it is illegal to support a terrorist organisation... William Cooper was killed a couple of months after he predicted 9/11 after refusing to pay taxes, here he talks a bit on taxes, the Gore-Bush elections...
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    02-20-2019, 09:25 AM
    The following shocking video shows the severely malnourished 12-year-old girl Fatima Qoba, who weighs only 10 kilograms (22 pounds). You can see the cheekbones sticking out of her face... The family of 11 children and their father fled their home near the Saudi Arabian border and are now dying under a tree. The head of the clinic, Makiah al-Aslami, said Fatima is “skin and bones due to the hard life of her family” . See her legs, skin over bones... Al-Aslami expects that the devastation will become even worse.
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    02-19-2019, 11:50 AM
    The new Vice-President of the Raad van State, Thom de Graaf, is a former minister and was a prominent member of the D66 party. Roger van Boxtel was (also) of D66. In 2017, more than 200 people filed charges against leader of D66 Alexander Pechtold. They complained that Pechtold had received the gift to live for free at an appartment in Scheveningen from former Canadian Ambassador in Bosnia Serge Marcoux. Pechtold should have registered this “gift”. The Procureur-Generaal at the Supreme Court (Hoge Raad) decided that this isn’t suspicious and closed the case. The District Attorney (Openbaar Ministerie), I’m not sure if this is even authorised to prosecute members of the Tweede Kamer, also closed the case.
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    02-19-2019, 09:45 AM
    All of the “adverse” publicity certainly won’t harm Assad’s (or Trump’s) popularity! I still don’t know about Assad, but his alliance with Vladimir Putin, the good friend of the British Royals and the Chabad, just like Trump, speaks against him. Here’s some interesting information on Assad... In 1992, Bashar al-Assad left Syria for England to become a doctor. At the time Bashar wasn’t supposed to follow in the footsteps of his father, President Hafez al-Assad. Then in January 1994 his eldest son Bassel al-Assad, who would take Hafez’s place, was killed in a car crash on his way to the Damascus Airport. The 2 other people in the car survived. Just another “accident”... In June 2000, after his father Hafez died, Bashar al-Assad’s became president of Syria.
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    02-19-2019, 09:43 AM
    It looks like mass murderers have a relatively large chance to win the Nobel Prize for “peace”... See Nobe Prize winner Henry Kissinger with wife Nancy, and friends Donald and Ivana Trump, with Liza Minelli New York, 11 June 1987.
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    02-18-2019, 10:57 AM
    The story on why we need intelligence agencies violating out constitutional rights is something like they “protect” us from very dangerous criminals and terrorists. As intelligence agents have been involved in many of the most horrible atrocities in world history in reality we need “protection” from the psychopaths that control our intelligence agencies... The IRA has supposedly been involved in the independence struggle againt the English oppression of Northern Ireland. It´s not quite clear why they would stage terrorist attacks against “innocent” British civilians, as this would harm their popularity. According to a secret document, 1 in 4 IRA members was working for intelligence services, while about half of senior IRA members were intelligence assets. The document describes British agents in the Garda, Garda agents in Northern Ireland, IRA agents in the RUC and Garda and RUC agents in the IRA.
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    02-17-2019, 11:38 AM
    In the 8th century, the story was that Roman Emperor Constantine the Great converted to Christianity after he had been cured of leprosy. In the 21th century, our wonderful history falsifiers think that it’s wise, as Constantine didn’t suffer from leprosy, to push another story... This story reads, that in 312 Constantine was commanded in a dream on the eve of the battle to place the sign of Christ on the shields of his soldiers. So he chose the sign of Mithras – the cross?!? Arius, a priest in Alexandria, taught that there was a time when Christ did not exist, so wasn’t co-eternal with the Father, and that the Son was subordinate to the Father and that the Trinity - Father, Son, and Holy Spirit – are 3 different hypostaseis. Arius’s teachings were condemned and Arius was excommunicated in 318 by a council convened by the bishop of Alexandria Alexander. Constantine then summoned the First Ecumenical Council of the church at Nicaea that started on 20 May 325. The council formulated the Nicene Creed, including the Trinity and that the Bible is “God’s word”. Arius was condemned for his dangerous teachings. I don’t know if according to legend, Arius “turned the other cheek” but here’s a fresco showing St Nicholas of Myra (on who supposedly Sinterklaas and Santa are based) slapping Arius in the face to stop him from talking at the First Council of Nicaea. In a great example of Christianity, in 326 Constantine ordered the execution of his oldest son Crispus, who had come under suspicion of "being involved" with his stepmother Fausta. Later that year, soon after killing Crispus, Constantine also had Fausta, the mother of his other 3 sons, murdered: http://homepages.rpi.edu/~holmes/Hobbies/Genealogy2/ps06/ps06_195.htm
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    02-17-2019, 11:37 AM
    St. George was reportedly executed on the orders of Roman Emperor Diocletianon 23 April 303... The official story is that all of the books of the New Testament were written in the 1st century AD... How could Emperor Constantine discover these scriptures as Emperor Diocletianon in 23 February 303, in the edict of Diocletian, ordered the destruction of all the scriptures of the followers of Joshua of Nazareth (where they already called Christians?). This edict and further persecutionary edicts remained in effect until 313 when they were rescinded by Emperor Constantine. A few years later, Roman Emperor Constantine enlisted the help of Eusebius, to create 50 copies of the entire Bible. So these could only have been texts that weren´t of the followers of Joshua of Nazareth: http://www.bible.ca/b-canon-diocletians-destruction-constantines-production-scripture.htm
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    02-16-2019, 11:31 AM
    When I read the story about this book on stelling.nl, I found an even more interesting story. In 2001, after 9/11 was staged, the following information got some media attention, although I don´t really see that spying through phones is directly related to 9/11 (what about those phone calls from the flying planes?)... Since 1997, None other than one of the most despised billionaires in the world, one of the favourite henchmen for the British and Dutch royal degenerates, George Soros, has been in business with Comverse. In January 1997,Soros joined with Comverse Technology in the Netherlands-based ComSor Investment Fund B.V., which would primarily invest in technology companies based in Israel. Kobi Alexander was Comverse chairman and president. The fund was equally owned by subsidiaries of Soros´s Quantum Industrial Holdings and Comverse´s CTI Capital (each investing $15 million): https://www.cnet.com/news/30-million-fund-for-high-tech/
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    02-16-2019, 10:24 AM
    Last week I read a Dutch book, published in 2006; no masterpiece but better than expected. Maybe the most interesting to add here is that journalist Wim van de Pol exposed that, at that time, the Netherlands wasn’t only the largest phone tapper in the world relatively but in absolute sense (more taps in total than the much larger Germany, UK or US)! What Van de Pol leaves out of his book are the illegal massive taps by intelligence agencies. These can´t be used in a court of law, but that won´t stop the spies... And if these are taken into account, the total number of (illegal) taps in the USA are of course much higher than in the Netherlands. Also interesting is that Van de Pol references Travis Russel – “Signaling system #7” (1998), which shows that phones (including mobile phones) are used to listen to anything that´s said around a phone (when the phones are supposedly turned off). Wim van de Pol – “Onder de tap” (2006) – in Dutch: https://www.stelling.nl/kleintje/edities/2006/juli-415/jj
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    02-16-2019, 08:49 AM
    After Paul Manafort, 69, was found guilty in August 2018 on 8 counts of tax and bank fraud, he made a deal. Then Robert Mueller announced that the deal was withdrawn because Manafort “lied”. Judge Amy Berman Jackson has now explained why she agreed that Manafort had breached the plea deal. Jackson said Manafort had lied repeatedly about his interactions with Kilimnik. Manafort has been in jail since June 2018, when he and Konstantin Kilimnik were charged with witness tampering. The second planned trial has still not been finished... As part of the plea deal Manafort admitted crimes. This will be used to sentence him in the second trial next month in Washington. Mueller’s team demanded that Manafort will be locked up in prison for 235 to 292 months (19 1/2 to 24 1/2 years), for “serious, longstanding, and bold” financial crimes. Mueller’s prosecutors also demanded that Manafort will be fined more than $50 million. Manafort had “hidden” more than $16 million in income from US authorities, by which he avoided $6 million in taxes. He also hid tens of millions of dollars in foreign bank accounts and secured a $25 million loan by fraud.
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    02-15-2019, 11:25 AM
    In the 8th century, the story was that Roman Emperor Constantine the Great converted to Christianity after he had been cured of leprosy. In the 21th century, our wonderful history falsifiers think that it’s wise, as Constantine didn’t suffer from leprosy, to push another story... This story reads, that in 312 Constantine was commanded in a dream on the eve of the battle to place the sign of Christ on the shields of his soldiers. So he chose the sign of Mithras – the cross?!? Arius, a priest in Alexandria, taught that there was a time when Christ did not exist, so wasn’t co-eternal with the Father, and that the Son was subordinate to the Father and that the Trinity - Father, Son, and Holy Spirit – are 3 different hypostaseis. Arius’s teachings were condemned and Arius was excommunicated in 318 by a council convened by the bishop of Alexandria Alexander. Constantine then summoned the First Ecumenical Council of the church at Nicaea that started on 20 May 325. The council formulated the Nicene Creed, including the Trinity and that the Bible is “God’s word”. Arius was condemned for his dangerous teachings. I don’t know if according to legend, Arius “turned the other cheek” but here’s a fresco showing St Nicholas of Myra (on who supposedly Sinterklaas and Santa are based) slapping Arius in the face to stop him from talking at the First Council of Nicaea. In a great example of Christianity, in 326 Constantine ordered the execution of his oldest son Crispus, who had come under suspicion of "being involved" with his stepmother Fausta. Later that year, soon after killing Crispus , Constantine also had Fausta, the mother of his other 3 sons, murdered: http://homepages.rpi.edu/~holmes/Hobbies/Genealogy2/ps06/ps06_195.htm
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    02-14-2019, 10:01 AM
    In 2016 and 2017, the Pentagon, despite repeated denials, was involved in providing intelligence and training to the coalition for combat in Yemen, including to United Arab Emirates troops. This was exposed by documents obtained through the Freedom of Information Act. The Pentagon had also conducted air-to-air refuelling for coalition aircraft, but in November claimed it would stop: https://www.middleeasteye.net/news/documents-reveal-us-trained-uae-forces-combat-yemen-report-476084018 In January, the Trump administration approved another $195 million in upgrades to Saudi Arabia’s missile defense system. A fellow of the Brookings Institution claimed, when he was still working for the Center for Strategic and International Studies, that since March 2015 there have been 133 Houthi missiles intercepted from Yemen: https://www.al-monitor.com/pulse/originals/2019/01/saudia-arabia-us-missile-defense-boost-khashoggi.html
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    02-12-2019, 10:50 AM
    How did the Carolingians depose the Merovingians as Kings of the Franks? They made a deal with the papacy, which gave the pope the power to then annoint King Pepin the short (a.k.a. Pippin) in 754. The papacy, at the time was nominally subject to the Byzantine emperor in Constantinople, but was plagued by attacks from the Germanic Lombard tribe. A tribe friendly with the Carolingians... Pope Stephen II (or III) turned for protection to Pepin the short, who held the position of Mayor of the Palace (for the Frankish Merovingian king). On 28 July 754, Pope Stephen annointed Pepin and his 2 sons Charles and Carloman (giving them the title Patricius Romanorum) and depose the Merovingian kings. In return Pope Stephen got the Donation of Constantine (Donatio Constantini) in which the 4th-century Roman emperor Constantine supposedly transferred authority over Rome and the Western part of the Roman Empire to Pope Sylvester I (if so, why would he give the Frankish Empire to a King?). See a painting of Constantine donating to Sylvester...
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    02-12-2019, 08:50 AM
    Also - what is this doing in the history section?!? Following is a list of CFR members and Bilderberg attendees appointed by Donald “drain the swamp” Trump (some have already been replaced)... https://chuckbaldwinlive.com/Articles/tabid/109/ID/3582/CFR-Members-And-Bilderberg-Attendees-Appointed-By-Donald-Trump-Taken-from-the-CFR-membership-and-Bilderberg-participant-lists.aspx
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    02-12-2019, 08:22 AM
    Several Congressmen believe that they can win votes by insinuating that they want to block the Trump administration’s support for the genocide in Yemen. The Trump administration threatens to veto a bid by the toothless Congress to end the US’s military support for the coalition's onslaught in Yemen. The Trump administration claimed Yesterday that the resolution harms the regional relations and efforts to halt “violent extremism”: https://www.presstv.com/Detail/2019/02/12/588324/Trump-to-veto-any-antiSaudi-resolution
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    02-11-2019, 08:43 AM
    On the one hand you say that Alex Jones is a “Zionist shill” and we shouldn’t believe it when he boasts that his whole family was in the CIA. Here’s another interview with Alex boasting about his CIA family. He even compares his uncle William to the drug trafficking, money laundering and terrorist supporting Oliver North: “He was like an army commander in Guatemala and he was kinda like the Oliver North of the army”. See the overview of CIA assets in Alex Jones’ family. But then you bizarrely claim that Alex Jones has done something for “freedom”! Like spreading lies to discredit “conspiracy theorists”?!?
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    02-11-2019, 08:29 AM
    Authority on vaccines Stanley Plotkin tells under oath that aborted babies are used in the development of vaccines. Plotkin also tells that he has problems with religious zealots.
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    02-10-2019, 10:48 AM
    Atlas Network in Latin America The Atlas Network works with 450 foundations, NGOs, think tanks and advocacy groups, with an operating budget of $5 million in 2016, coming from charitable and non-profit foundations from the US. Atlas helped to alter the political landscape in various countries in Latin America and is effectively an extension of Anglo-American foreign policy. The think tanks associated with Atlas are financed by the Koch billionaire brothers, State Department and National Endowment for Democracy (NED). The Atlas network has 13 affiliates in Brazil; 12 in Argentina, 8 in Chile and Peru; 5 in Mexico and Costa Rica; 4 in Venezuela, Uruguay, Bolivia and Guatemala; 2 in Dominican Republic, Ecuador and El Salvador: and 1 in Colombia, Panama, Bahamas, Jamaica and Honduras. 15 of the most important organisations financed by the Koch billionaire brothers are: Americans for Prosperity, Cato Institute, Heritage Foundation, American Legislative Exchange Council, Mercatus Center, Americans for Tax Reform, Concerned Veterans of America, Leadership Institute, Generation Opportunity, Institute for Justice, Independent Institute, Club for Growth, Donors Trust, Freedom Partners and Judicial Watch. Records obtained through the Freedom of Information Act, reveal efforts of US politicians to use Atlas´ think tanks to destabilise Venezuela in support of (?) the Maduro government. As early as 1998, Cedice Libertad, the flagship of Atlas in Caracas, received regular financial support from the Center for International Private Enterprise.
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    02-10-2019, 10:42 AM
    Yep, it's very, very difficult to understand that the only alternative media that get much media attention, like Infowars and Icke, are as corrupt as the mainstream outlets... Alex Jones has repeatedly boasted that his complete family worked for the CIA. Alex Jones hasn´t boasted about his ties to Bronfman´s lawyer Elizabeth Schurig though: http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthread.php?520858-Clinton-Linked-Cult-Leader-Who-Hot-Branded-Women-Arrested-For-Sex-Trafficking&p=6664052&viewfull=1#post6664052
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