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    Today, 10:12 AM
    Since Jeffrey Epstein pleaded guilty on sexually abusing underage girls and running an underage sex ring, Donald Trump has sort of denied that they were close. I have found 3 photos that look like Donald and Epstein were pretty close. Palm Beach, Florida, 1 January 1997 Victoria’s Secret angels party at the Laura Belle club in New York City, April 1997
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    Today, 07:18 AM
    I can’t believe it… It’s an “official” warning by the California Department of public health: https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/OPA/Pages/NR17-086.aspx (archived here: http://archive.is/C2YcE) From the report (the draft version was from 2009…): https://htv-prod-media.s3.amazonaws.com/files/cell-phone-guidance-1513219841.pdf
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    Yesterday, 12:06 PM
    I had planned to make a good post on Fluoride a long time ago (I wanted to do this at the beginning of October 2017), but got tangled up in some other things… Fluoride is a highly toxic chemical waste from the production of aluminium (and other metals). Several Americans sued the aluminium industry for their damages (health problems) caused by Fluoride. So they invented practical ways to use Fluoride: rat poison, insecticide and Sarin gas. The (German) Nazis had experimented with Fluoride in the concentration camps to discover that their slave labourers became docile and it can be used for sterilisation. These days Fluoride is also used in psychiatric drugs (that cause psychiatric problems). In the 1950s it was discovered that Fluoride “prevents cavities in our teeth”. The research was really “independent”; financed by Aluminium Company of America (ALCOA), Aluminium Company of Canada, American Petroleum Institute, Dupont, Kaiser Aluminium, Reynolds Steel, US Steel and National Institute of Dental Research. In 1952 a massive advertisement campaign was started, to dump Fluoride in the American tap water and tooth paste: http://rense.com/general3/fluo.htm The Bush family is connected to ALCOA; see for example Paul O’Neil, who served as CEO for ALCOA before joining the George W. Bush administration: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_H._O'Neill
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    Yesterday, 10:25 AM
    I’m afraid I’m having some troubles distinguishing between Turkeygate, Kazakhgate, Ukrainegate and Russiagate... In 1994–96, under the infamous “loans-for-shares” program, Russia privatised 150 state-owned companies for just $12 billion. The principal beneficiaries of this cartelization, were just 25 or so oligarchs with the right insider connections. The needed money to buy the companies was mostly loaned from the Russian state, who in turn had loaned it from the World Bank, IMF, and the Clinton Administration (USAID). Many banks, private bankers, hedge funds, law firms, accounting firms, leading oil companies (like ExxonMobil and BP), as well as needy borrowers, like the Trump Organization, effectively looted the post-Soviet spoils. In 2005, according to a Wikileaks cable, Patokh Chodiev (referred to as “Fatokh Shodiyev”) attended the birthday party of reputed Uzbek mob boss Salim Abduvaliyeva and presented him with a $10,000 “gift”. Wikileaks cables from November 2010 describe a close relationship between “the Kazakh Trio” and the Nazarbayev kleptocracy. Chodiev and Alexander Mashkevich were also partners in crime with the Russian-Canadian businessman, Boris J. Birshtein. Birshtein was also in business with the reputed head of Solntsevskaya Bratva - Sergei Mikhavlov. According to Fortune in 2014, Solntsevskaya was the world’s highest-grossing organised crime group.
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    Yesterday, 04:58 AM
    I see a lot of “True, but” constructions in the last post... Thank you, that’s a good correction. It would have been even better, if you would´ve noted that the Fidelity Trust Company since 1988 is part of the giant US bank Wells Fargo (that´s effectively controlled by the Big Four): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fidelity_Trust_Company While it´s impressive that you know that these 2 Fidelity´s are different organisations; Wells Fargo isn´t even in “your” link… Wells Fargo is partner in crime with the money laundering HSBC bank in the Wells Fargo HSBC Trade Bank. The same member of CFR, Elaine Chao, who was nominated by President Donald for Secretary of Transportation, used to sit on Wells Fargo´s board of directors. The father of Elaine, James S.C. Chao, was a classmate of Jiang Zemin, China’s president in the 1990s, and have remained good friends ever since. James Chao founded the Foremost Maritime Corporation that in 2014 was caught trafficking ninety pounds of cocaine: http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthread.php?508005-Drugs-profits-for-Oil-wars&p=6467747&viewfull=1#post6467747
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    12-15-2017, 07:08 AM
    I've checked it out, I intend to make a longer posts in the other thread on Fluoride... In 1965, 3 independent studies were published that linked aluminium with Alzheimer’s disease. Subsequently numerous international studies have found more Alzheimer’s disease in areas with high aluminium levels in drinking water. Normally metals from the body don’t reach the brain. In 2013, Akinrinade and his colleagues from Bingham University in Nigeria showed that fluoride makes aluminium reach the brain. Fluoride combines with aluminium to form aluminium fluoride. In the body it eventually combines with oxygen to form aluminium oxide or alumina. Aluminium oxide has been found in the brains of patients with Alzheimer’s disease (which is a form of dementia): http://fluoridealert.org/news/is-dementia-caused-by-aluminum-through-fluoridation/
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    12-14-2017, 11:14 AM
    A lot of “conspiracy theorists” claim that bankers rule the world, but it now becomes clear that a mere 4 investment funds – of which BlackRock and Vanguard are by far the biggest - control the major banks in the US. I once thought that the IMF and World Bank are some of the main tools to keep us enslaved: http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthread.php?501823-Enslaved-by-World-Bank-and-IMF By now I'm thinking that the 2 ordinary looking men on the right of the previous photo have a lot more power (and money) than Managing Director of the IMF Christine Lagarde... During the 2007-2009 crisis, the Federal Reserve supported banks with more than $16 trillion in credit (the amount of credit received is in brackets in billions of dollars): Citigroup (2,500); Morgan Stanley (2,004); Merrill Lynch (1,949); Bank of America (1,344); Barclays PLC (868); Bear Sterns (853); Goldman Sachs (814); Royal Bank of Scotland (541); JP Morgan (391); Deutsche Bank (354); Credit Swiss (262); UBS (287); Leman Brothers (183); Bank of Scotland (181); and BNP Paribas (175). Strangely foreign banks (highlighted in the previous list) received nearly $2.5 trillion.
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    12-14-2017, 09:39 AM
    As far as I can tell, the toxic waste "fluoride" is a cause of both dementia and diabetes. I've read that fluoride causes a build-up of aluminum in the brain, which according to scientist is correlated to dementia. Fluoride also has strong effects on the sugar level in the blood. In the following thread more on fluoride: http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthread.php?433992-How-Dangerous-Is-Fluoride-To-Your-Health
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    12-13-2017, 11:24 AM
    On 7 December, Bryan Singer was again accused of sexually abusing a minor. The plaintiff Cesar Sanchez-Guzman has accused Singer of forcing him to give and receive oral sex, and also forcibly performing anal sex on him on a yacht in Seattle in 2003, when he was only 17 years. The party was hosted by Lester Waters, who frequently hosted parties for gay males in the Seattle area. Singer told Sanchez-Guzman that he could get him nice acting roles, but if he wouldn’t stay quiet, would ruin his reputation. The new allegations came just 3 days after Singer was fired from the Queen biopic, Bohemian Rhapsody. Singer claimed he was fired due to "health matters" involving one of his parents. In one of those strange coincidences, Sanchez-Guzman is represented by Jeffrey Herman. That’s the same corrupt attorney who previously sued Singer, in a ploy to ruin Michael Egan’s reputation. Knowing very well that Egan was never sexually abused in Hawaii, Herman convinced him that the only way to circumvent the statute of limitations, was to claim that he had been abused in Hawaii.
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    12-13-2017, 11:22 AM
    Maybe after starting court cases against the Dutch ABN AMRO bank (afiliated with the Dutch Royal family), at the Dutch supreme courts Raad van State and Hoge Raad and the ECHR, some of these pieces of sh*t know my name... Since 2013, the Blackstone Group has loaned more than $400 million to finance 4 Kushner Cos deals - 2 of which weren’t reported. 1. In June 2013, Kushner and Los Angeles-based CIM Group, bought an office building in Manhattan. They reported a $88 million loan from Deutsche Bank AG, but forgot to mention that Blackstone was also among the project’s lenders. CIM and Kushner repaid the loan in full in March 2016 after the property was sold for roughly $225 million. 2. In October 2013, Kushner Cos purchased 5 Jehovah’s Witnesses buildings aided with a $249 million loan from Natixis Real Estate Capital. Kushner again “forgot “to disclose that Blackstone was amongst the lenders. That Kushner made a $110 billion deal between Saudi Arabia and Lockheed Martin got some attention from the media. But I missed the news that Saudi Arabia also made a $20 billion investment in a US infrastructure fund managed by Blackstone… CEO and co-founder of Blackstone and member of Skull & Bones, Stephen Schwarzman, heads Trump’s business-advisory council and joined Donald and Kushner on their trip to Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
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    12-13-2017, 09:28 AM
    I’m not saying that Lauer is innocent, but why would he be fired now, while casting couch behaviour is rampant throughout the entertainment industry? Maybe that Lauer was too harsh on poor Corey Feldman, who has promised to expose no less than 6 paedophiles if he gets $10 million: http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthread.php?516247-Corey-Feldman-Prepares-to-Blow-the-Lid-On-Hollywood-Pedophilia-VID&highlight=Corey+Feldman+Prepares+Blow+Lid+Hollywood+Pedophilia On 30 October, Corey Feldman on the Today show was pressed by Matt Lauer to defend the hefty price tag. Corey promised: Lauer responded that he had promised this before, to which Feldman replied this is differents because he "vows": http://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/2017/10/30/corey-feldman-vows-to-name-hollywood-pedophile-ring-in-heated-matt-lauer-interview.html
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    12-12-2017, 11:40 AM
    It’s interesting to look at last year’s presidential candidates in this context. Hillary Clinton in 2015 disclosed that she had invested between $5 million and $25 million in Vanguard's S&P 500 index fund, which invests in the 500 largest publicly-traded companies in the US. Clinton also had $5 million to $25 million in "JP Morgan Custody Account (Cash)". None of her other investments were worth more than $1 million: https://www.vox.com/2015/5/18/8618043/hillary-clinton-index-funds-vanguard In what looks like a conflict of interests, in 2012 Bill Clinton got rewarded with $400,000 for 2 speeches to Vanguard institutional client groups: http://www.philly.com/philly/blogs/inq-phillydeals/Why-Vanguard-Group-paid-Bill-Clinton-200000.html In March 2016, Reuters reported that 18 of the 21 the hedge funds in which Donald Trump had invested had been losing money since 2015, an average loss of 8.5% in 2015. In the first 2 months of 2016 Trump's funds lost another 2.9%.
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    12-11-2017, 11:47 AM
    Of course, we don’t need to check (empty) promises to increase “confidence in DoD's management”, and all celebrate this great news... And it’s a very good sign that the 2015 report that showed that the accountancy practices of the DoD is something of a joke, was removed from the internet: http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthread.php?499341-Audit-Reveals-The-Pentagon-Doesn%92t-Know-Where-6-5-Trillion-Dollars-Has-Gone/page2
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    12-11-2017, 11:19 AM
    Firestarter replied to a thread Catalonia in World News & Affairs
    There a Spanish forum member on Davidicke.com that has made some good posts on this topic (which I have changed a little and reposted here...). When the Spanish courts issued a European Arrest Warrant for Carles Puigdemont, several government ministers announced that they had full confidence in the Belgian justice system. They pointed out that Belgium is a democracy “just like Spain”. It was looking like Belgium would reject the warrant altogether, over concerns that the Spanish legal system is prosecuting Puigdemont because he’s a political dissident. Attempting to save face, the Spanish Supreme Court withdrew the arrest warrant, which the Government and media in Madrid described as an “intelligent move”. The newspaper El Mundo tried to spin the news with the headline: “Supreme Court traps Puigdemont”. They claim that he now has no excuse for staying in Belgium and should return to Catalonia for the election campaign (of course he'd be arrested immediately at arriving in Spain). On Friday the Spanish Justice Minister was in Brussels trying to persuade the EU to change the rules on the European Arrest Warrant, to make the procedure “quicker and easier”. The minister claimed that European law needs to be brought up to date by including crimes that are peculiar to Spain, such as rebellion and sedition. He even argued that the change is needed because the warrant issued against Puigdemont didn't bring about the "expected result".
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    12-11-2017, 11:09 AM
    I found another article that shows that my earlier posts about the reason for getting the Young Turks to rule over Turkey were too narrow minded. It appears that the destruction of the huge Ottoman Empire was even more important, to make the Jewish state in Palestine possible. Possibly it were even the Young Turks that jumpstarted WW I. The B'nai B'rith is a tool of British intelligence to serve the interests of British imperial policy. In 1876, the Young Ottomans briefly seized power in Constantinople. They were quickly overthrown, but not before ending a debt moratorium, paying off the British, declaring free trade, and bringing in Anglo-French bankers. The same network would return as the Young Turks. Pan-Turkism was not created by the Young Turks or even in Turkey. It was first called for in the 1860s by the Hungarian Zionist named Arminius Vambery, who was an adviser to sultan Abdül Mecit, but was secretly working for Lord Palmerston and the British Foreign Office. The plan was to bring all the Muslims of the world together into Turkey, whether or not they were Turkish. This idea was invented in the 1870s by the English nobleman, top British intelligence official, Wilfred Blunt, whose family had created the Bank of England. It was obvious that the Russian Tsar wouldn’t cooperate. Blunt advocated using Islam to destroy Russia.
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    12-11-2017, 04:42 AM
    Just the other day I asked for a loan of a mere 10 million Euro... the bank not only refused, but called me insane. Around the time Trump received the Republican nomination, Kushner’s firm began negotiating with the Chinese Anbang Insurance Group, with ties to some of the Communist Party’s leading families about a plan to invest billions of dollars in Kushner’s office tower at 666 Fifth Avenue in Manhattan. After Donald Trump became the president elect, Anbang became even more determined to close the deal with Kushner. They ended the talks when the deal became too controversial after weeks of negative publicity. The building had already been rescued by other prominent companies, including: Carlyle and Zara (of multibillionaire Amancio Ortega): https://www.nytimes.com/2017/01/07/us/politics/jared-kushner-trump-business.html?_r=0 Last January, Jared Kushner stepped down from his management positions at Kushner Companies, a family-run real estate investment firm that has taken part in more than $7 billion of acquisitions over the past decade. Jared will remain a beneficiary of the business, through a series of trusts that own the various real estate companies. The worth of this estate and investment business is estimated at $740 million. Jared Kushner didn’t disclose information on his business partners or lenders to his projects. His real estate firm has borrowed money from amongst others: the Blackstone Group, Goldman Sachs, Deutsche Bank, Natixis bank (France), and Hapoalim (Israel’s largest bank).
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    12-10-2017, 09:02 AM
    Here’s historic evidence that shows that smallpox rates increased because of vaccination: http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthread.php?509402-%93The-Truth-About-Vaccines%94&p=6541448&viewfull=1#post6541448 According to Bloomberg (almost as “independent” as Wikipedia) the “company” is still active: https://www.bloomberg.com/research/stocks/private/snapshot.asp?privcapId=20782659 (archived here: http://archive.is/D9Gqs) So you’re saying that we must believe Gephardt?!?
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    12-10-2017, 08:29 AM
    All of the Trump-fans will probably think it's nothing... Donald Trump rang in the new year together with Joseph Cinque - a convicted felon with ties to the notorious Gambino crime family boss John Gotti: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/politics/trump-appears-mobster-affiliated-felon-new-year-bash-article-1.2932315
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    12-09-2017, 11:16 AM
    If it wasn't for state propaganda... Maybe you're insinuating that vaccination as part of depopulation Agenda21 is just so that "nature would just run its course a little bit faster"? On 22 September 1991 the following “Cobden clubs” document, with a phone number of Dick Gephardt, was discussed at the Des Moines Iowa 22 September 1991 at the “sustainable development day”; see the following excerpt: This was in preparation of the ECO-92 summit (which led to Agenda 21): https://de.scribd.com/doc/101240390/10-25-11-UNCED-1992-Document-Scan-From-George-W-Hunt Al Gore (before he became Vice President) delivered an energetic speech in which he tried to convince the audience that depopulation can be done: http://www.larouchepub.com/eiw/public/1991/eirv18n38-19911004/eirv18n38-19911004_008-iowa_meeting_launches_us_drive_f.pdf
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    12-09-2017, 11:11 AM
    I'm afraid that most people rather watch some stupid Youtube video or mind numbing show or movie on the telescreen, than read something of more than 100 words... BlackRock, Vanguard, and State Street together control 75% of all the money in passive funds, including 82% of ETF assets (ETF: Exchange-Traded Fund). In 2016, BlackRock and Vanguard voted with management on compensation-related shareholder proposals 98% of the time, and State Street 84%. Their focus is on behind-the-scenes deals. According to Vanguard’s Glenn Booraem: While BlackRock and Vanguard have publicly announced their commitment to environmental issues, in reality they have always voted against climate-related shareholder proposals - with the exception of one vote against ExxonMobil management. This only happened after ExxonMobil over several years had declined the BlackRock money manager’s repeated requests to discuss the policy: https://www.barrons.com/articles/passive-investors-are-the-new-shareholder-activists-1499491673 Four of the 10 ten biggest companies in the world are from the USA – 1 Wal-Mart Stores, 8 Berkshire Hathaway, 9 Apple, and 10 Exxon Mobil: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2017/07/20/revealed-worlds-10-largest-companies-revenue/
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    12-09-2017, 11:03 AM
    That is about as reasonable as some of the posts by Zippyjuan...
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    12-09-2017, 09:00 AM
    I guess the point you're trying to make, isn't that the official story on AIDS is completely bogus. See the estimated number of people infected with HIV...
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    12-08-2017, 12:01 PM
    I try to keep the focus on BlackRock and Vanguard, maybe in some time I’ll widen the scope, but I don’t know if that will lead to the Depository Trust Company (DTC) and Cede & Co. Regularly after I start a thread, stories with similar keywords are put on the internet to bury mine. After I started this thread on 2 December, on 4 December Bloomberg published a story on BlackRock, Vanguard and State Street: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/features/2017-12-04/blackrock-and-vanguard-s-20-trillion-future-is-closer-than-you-think (archived here: http://archive.is/4UgMe) It is based on, for example, the following 83 page paper that was posted “recently” in April 2014: https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/Papers.cfm?abstract_id=2427345
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    12-08-2017, 10:50 AM
    Here’s a 11 May 1987 article in the London Times: https://www.wanttoknow.info/870511vaccineaids (archived here: http://archive.is/UWPdR) I’ve searched for the Robert Redfield “scientific” report, but couldn’t find a freely viewable version – Redfield et al – Disseminated Vaccinia in a Military Recruit with Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) Disease (1987): http://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJM198703123161106
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    12-08-2017, 05:55 AM
    For some reason the evidence was removed from the internet. I saved a copy on a USB-stick. Here it is:
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