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    According to the CBS in my home country the Netherlands; in 2014, 42% of the people in the Netherlands trust government officials (in Dutch): https://www.cbs.nl/nl-nl/nieuws/2015/42/meer-vertrouwen-in-eu-dan-in-tweede-kamer In 2014, 35% of the people in the Netherlands trust the Dutch parliament (tweede kamer). In 2014, 36% of the people in the Netherlands trust the European Union. In 2014, 68% of the people in the Netherlands trust the police. In 2014, 29% of the people in the Netherlands trust the church.
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    07-18-2017, 10:44 AM
    Firestarter started a thread Chinese pyramids in History
    Maybe this is already well-known, but I only learned recently that there are also “pyramids” in China. They are called pyramids, but an important difference (with the Egyptian ones) is that the Chinese pyramids are not made out of large stone building blocks. This makes it much easier to imagine that they were constructed a long time ago, when people (supposedly) didn’t have advanced knowledge of construction. See the following 5:55 video. There is surprisingly little known about Chinese pyramids, even though the German Hartwig Hausdorf wrote a book about them. They are burial tombs of emperors of the Western Han dynasty.
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    07-15-2017, 10:06 AM
    I forgot to mention that I often use 2 places were lots of books can be found. When I search for a book, I often start at the following Dutch site, most books are in English, and there is also a huge amount of videos: http://www.vrijewereld.org/pdf-bibliotheek/ I do warn that Vrijewereld.org specialises in “conspiracy theories”, which means that there is also a lot of garbage in between the good books. Antony Sutton has written a number of books that in my opinion are all worth the time. Vrijewereld.org features (links to) a few (or all?) of his books. Project Gutenberg is another book repository with an almost endless amount of books. One of the few Dutch writers worth reading is Frederik van Eeden – Little Johannes (this is a novel): http://www.gutenberg.org/files/40656/40656-h/40656-h.htm I don’t know if Project Gutenberg also features good history books however.
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    07-15-2017, 09:58 AM
    Maybe I should have found out (or at least mentioned my suspicions) earlier, but Nicholas de Vere has never been part of the “real” elite. De Vere (and his associates like Laurence Gardner) looked for media attention to reclaim their supposed birth right (as born superior because of their dragon blood). “HRH” Nicholas de Vere Von Drakenberg, was actually born Nicholas Thomas Weir, the son of James Weir and Natalie Hopgood: https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Weir-2353 This doesn’t mean that all the information of De Vere (which was my starting point for this thread) is unreliable, but I should have handled it with more scepticism. When I searched for information on the “European Council of Princes”, which is the ruling body of the Dragon court (if I understand correctly), I found the name of the Belgian born Michel Roger Lafosse. Lafosse has been ridiculed (with probably good reasons) for claiming to be a descendant of Charles Edward Stuart ("Bonnie Prince Charlie") and the legitimate heir to the throne of the Kingdom of Scotland. Since 1979, Lafosse has called himself “HRH Prince Michael James Alexander Stewart, 7th Count of Albany". In 1991, Lafosse became the President of the “European Council of Princes” affiliated with Nicholas de Vere.
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    07-13-2017, 10:21 AM
    Last 12 July, the Dutch Senate (Eerste kamer) passed the new “tapping law” which gives the intelligence agencies (AIVD and MIVD) the right to gather data practically without limitations. The law was passed with broad support from Dutch parliament, and according to the NOS will go into effect on 1 January 2018. This includes hacking into devices (for example computers or cell phones) of (large) groups that aren’t suspected of any crime. The AIVD can for example make telecom providers deliver them the chat traffic in a city of 400,000 inhabitants, under the guise of wanting the communication of 200 users. The intelligence agencies are allowed to: - intercept all internet communication. - hack into devices, of people who aren't suspected of anything, but know somebody who is a suspect; - read and/or destroy documents;
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    07-13-2017, 10:20 AM
    Recent “scientific” research on 20 breast cancer patients shows that chemotherapy might cause cancer. Researchers from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in the US have found indications that chemotherapy given before surgery increases the risk for metastasis in breast cancer victims. The researchers found elevated levels of Tumor MicroEnvironment of Metastasis (TMEM) in all the victims that had received chemotherapy prior to surgery. The researchers also found that the chemotherapy drug paclitaxel causes bone marrow cells with TIE2 receptors to move to tumours, which results in TMEM formation. When the TIE2 was blocked with drugs, the number of TMEM sites in chemotherapy-treated mice didn’t increase. The researchers conclude that more research needs to be done to ascertain if chemotherapy drugs cause cancers to spread. In the meantime, it may be wise that doctors don’t prescribe chemotherapy before performing surgery on cancer patients: https://medicalxpress.com/news/2017-07-neoadjuvant-chemotherapy-breast-cancer-metastasis.html Here is the link to the full report of the study, but you have to register to view the full report: http://stm.sciencemag.org/content/9/397/eaan0026
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    07-12-2017, 11:08 AM
    I’ve found 2 sites with lots of information on the Dragon bloodline. First the following site: http://watch.pairsite.com/merovingian.html “Meroveus” derives from the French words “mer” (sea) and “vere” (werewolf or dragon). “Merovingian” is said to derive from Merovee who was King of the Franks from 447-458 A.D. The Tuatha De Danaan (the Dragon Lords of Anu), before settling in Ireland starting in about 800 BC, were the Black Sea princes of Scythia (now Ukraine). The Imperial and Royal Dragon Court is the ancient Court and Order of the Angevin descendants of the House of Vere of Caledonia, Anjou and Lorraine, and the physical embodiment of the sovereign Princedom of Drakenberg: http://watch.pairsite.com/false-christ.html
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    07-12-2017, 08:59 AM
    Recent “scientific” research on 20 breast cancer patients shows that chemotherapy might cause cancer. Researchers from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in the US have found indications that chemotherapy given before surgery increases the risk for metastasis in breast cancer victims. The researchers found elevated levels of Tumor MicroEnvironment of Metastasis (TMEM) in all the victims that had received chemotherapy prior to surgery. The researchers also found that the chemotherapy drug paclitaxel causes bone marrow cells with TIE2 receptors to move to tumours, which results in TMEM formation. When the TIE2 was blocked with drugs, the number of TMEM sites in chemotherapy-treated mice didn’t increase. The researchers conclude that more research needs to be done to ascertain if chemotherapy drugs cause cancers to spread. In the meantime, it may be wise that doctors don’t prescribe chemotherapy before performing surgery on cancer patients: https://medicalxpress.com/news/2017-07-neoadjuvant-chemotherapy-breast-cancer-metastasis.html
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    07-11-2017, 10:28 AM
    Most people in the “civilised” world don’t even realise what it’s like to have no clean water to drink. The international world powers in their greatest philanthropic disguise just last month provided Yemen with one million doses of an oral cholera vaccine for urgent use. Do I understand correctly that according to the state propaganda, because of these magical “vaccines”, Yemenis don’t need food and clean water anymore... There is at least one death every hour caused by severe dehydration and diarrhoea. International health officials say the emergency vaccinations are necessary to contain the cholera epidemic in Yemen. The vaccine can only be administered to those who don’t have cholera yet. Once Yemenis have been exterminated this will surely stop the cholera outbreak... According to the WHO, there is already a network in place to distribute the vaccines immediately in priority areas to everyone above the age of one: https://www.irinnews.org/news/2017/06/20/exclusive-largest-ever-stock-cholera-vaccine-headed-yemen
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    07-09-2017, 10:18 AM
    No surprises here, my former employer ABN AMRO bank has been involved in money laundering... In 2007, the Dutch ABN AMRO Bank was bought by a trio of banks, Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS), Fortis and Banco Santander. RBS was fined in 2010 for the past activities of ABN AMRO’s New York branch. RBS agreed to forfeit $500 million in connection with a conspiracy to defraud the USA, violate the International Emergency Economic Powers Act (IEEPA) and the Trading with the Enemy Act (TWEA), as well as a violation of the Bank Secrecy Act (BSA). ABN AMRO implemented procedures to flag payments involving sanctioned countries so that ABN AMRO could delete problematic text to process transactions with countries in violation with the laws of the USA. From approximately 1995 to December 2005, offices and affiliates of ABN AMRO removed or altered names and references to sanctioned countries from payment messages. ABN AMRO’s New York branch office intentionally failed to establish an adequate Anti Money Laundering (AML) program. According to assistant Attorney General Breuer:
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    07-08-2017, 10:46 AM
    I already knew that “virus hunters” have been trying to prove “scientifically” that cancer is caused by a virus, but this is still not the official story on cancer. I think I should add some arguments that the idea that vaccines can be used to fight cancer is ridiculous. But before I can, I have to figure out how anybody could believe such a thing in the first place. I can find lots of alternative ideas on health care. I haven’t found anything to show that treatment of cancer victims with vaccines is ridiculous. Furthermore the fact that this is customised (personalised) “treatment” means that it would be impossible to “scientifically” prove the efficacy. It is not intended to become a mono-therapy but only in combination with the surgical removal of cancer, radiation and/or chemotherapy. I can imagine that the cancer vaccines have less adverse (“side”) effects than radiation and chemotherapy. There have been earlier investigations into the possibility of cancer vaccines. Earlier, unsuccessful cancer vaccines usually targeted a single distinctive cancer protein shared among patients, but these new ones are specific to an individual patient’s tumour.
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    07-08-2017, 07:24 AM
    There are a large amount of books about the drugs trafficking by the elite. A lot of them focus on the CIA. If I understand correctly, the Dutch and British Royal family have been making (lots of) money for centuries by controlling the dope business, and are still involved. There is “hard” evidence that Oliver North was involved in cocaine trafficking using the Contras, for which I recommend the book by Gary Webb. Webb was found with 2 bullets in his head when he was working on a new book; can you imagine that this was ruled a suicide? CIA asset Barry Seal dropped off drugs in the Arkansas of Governor Bill Clinton. Barry Seal was executed after he reportedly said that he had evidence that the “boys” of George Bush Sr. were involved in the drugs game. A mere week ago when I heard "Leviathan" I thought about an album of Mastodon. Now I know that it's one of the 4 Crown Princes of Hell as defined by Anton LaVey in his Satanic Bible. I have not seen a specific connection between Ronald Reagan to Satanism (let alone Leviathan...).
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    07-07-2017, 03:03 AM
    Concerning the Vietnam war, arguably the Phoenix program is the most interesting. The book by Valentine has lots of information, I don't really recommend it, but haven't found anything better: http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthread.php?508442-List-of-admitted-false-flag-attacks&p=6485037&viewfull=1#post6485037 Because it's freely viewable, you can take a preview to see if you like it... The most interesting about the wars in Central and South America of the 1980s, is that the CIA and the Reagan/Bush White House were involved in cocaine trafficking: http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthread.php?508005-Drugs-profits-for-Oil-wars Following are some quotes on Panama, including 2 books (the occupation of Afghanistan was mostly about heroin...), the amount of possible quotes about Nicaragua is too damn long!
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    07-06-2017, 09:21 AM
    Guillaume de Gellone ((ca. 755 – 28 May, 812 or 814) is better known as Saint William of Gellone, a.k.a. William of Aquitaine Guilhem, and in French Guillaume d'Orange, Guillaume Fierabrace, and the Marquis au court nez. He was a cousin of Charlemagne (his mother Aldana was the daughter of Charles Martel) and the son of Thierry IV, Count of Autun. William was canonised as saint in 1066 by Pope Alexander II. De Gellone is best known for defeating the Moors at Orange, and is named William of Orange in reference to this victory: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_of_Gellone The Dutch Royal family is known as the House of Orange... Satanic symbols often mock Christianity. In Christianity there are 4 evangelists, often portrayed as winged creatures. I don’t know on what this is based: http://www.sacred-texts.com/lcr/fsca/fsca13.htm
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    07-06-2017, 09:16 AM
    Since the 1910s there is a strong affiliation between Hollywood and the Pentagon. The CIA has paid Hollywood to tell the story on how the wonderful US government saves the world: http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthread.php?505809-Braindead-by-the-movies
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    07-05-2017, 10:24 AM
    Naomi Li, 32, and her cousin, Lydia Liao, 23, called the emergency number 999 to ask if they should leave their flat on the 22nd floor of the Grenfell Tower. They were told to stay in their flat. The heat got more intense, so they covered their faces with wet towels and groped their way down the staircase to safety. This clear disregard for the authorities saved their lives: http://metro.co.uk/2017/07/03/cousins-tell-how-they-escaped-22nd-floor-of-grenfell-tower-hours-after-fire-engulfed-building-6750668/ There are claims this inferno was caused by the newly installed gas pipes in the main stairwells. Residents thought it was dangerous that these pipes were installed in clear sight (instead of covered up in the walls). They also complained about boilers that were left “bare” in living rooms and kitchens: https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2017/jun/14/fire-safety-concerns-raised-by-grenfell-tower-residents-in-2012 Judith Blakeman, who sits on the board of the Kensington & Chelsea Tenant Management Organisation (KCTMO), raised residents’ fears, and said about the reaction she got:
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    07-05-2017, 07:51 AM
    I thought that Afganistan was doing quite well: the poppy production is at an all-time high: http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthread.php?508005-Drugs-profits-for-Oil-wars
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