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the JonesTown Audience demographic.

HEY!  I spit out my ale laughing when I read that.

So true.  8)
General Discussion / Re: Trump on Syria ?
« Last post by #1 Trouble Maker on Jun 25, 2017, 10:36:38 pm »
A declassified October 2012 Defense Intelligence Agency report  about weapons shipped from Libya to Syria.  Description of weapons shipped starts on page 3 and continues to 4.

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Good article that shows how United States armed those fighting in Syria against Assad.   Although the one grip I have is that it calls the US actions a debacle.  This is a deliberate plot to keep the forever War raging strong to conduct regime change, feed the MIC and continue the divide and conquer strategy. 

How America Armed Terrorists in Syria

Hey!  It's ALL about those gosh darn mooooooooslims stop posting documents about GLOBALISTS behind all the death and destruction!!!!
General Discussion / Re: Can't Listen To Alex. Just Can't
« Last post by #1 Trouble Maker on Jun 25, 2017, 10:34:08 pm »

Yes sir.   Alex has done an excellent job.   Distracting everyone from the 'real' threat, the globalists.
Video / Internet TV / Re: What The Hell Happend ? We Are Change
« Last post by Jacob Law on Jun 25, 2017, 09:10:04 pm »
Favorite Channel.
Video / Internet TV / What The Hell Happend ? We Are Change
« Last post by EvadingGrid on Jun 25, 2017, 08:14:57 pm »

Insane Global Conflicts, Unknown Projectiles, Shadow Funding, and Bernie Sanders

General Discussion / Re: Can't Listen To Alex. Just Can't
« Last post by Jacob Law on Jun 25, 2017, 07:48:16 pm »
It was good to hear Alex decry the Islam is not a religion, finally!
Alex says in the first segment of the second hour of June 20, 2017 that Islam is not a religion but a death cult.
This tread was move from a secret societies several months ago due to moderators falling for the narrative that Islam is a legitimate religion which in fact the facts are coming out that Islam is anything but a religion.

The apologist for Islam have infiltrated vast segments of society and actually the narrative is part of the secret society to continue illustrating arguments that on the surface fit the reprogramming of people's understanding.
Islam has always been an aggressive form of slavery and a political tool, even the people trapped or born into the false paradigm knows it is false, but have logical reasoning the play along with the deception (ie..... they would be killed).
The narrative of Islam being a religion is breaking down and those on the wrong side of history are p!$$!ng in the wind and it's getting all over them.
And of course the narrative that Christianity is comparable form of terrorism strike the ludicrous tone that play to the ignorance or bias.

Here is a good video to ascribe the total difference of aggression to defensive actions of the two.     

Which was worse? Watch the data and you decide. This video is part of Bill Warner's astounding lecture: "Why we are afraid. A 1400 years secret": part of a must watch playlist:
The Daily Telegraph

Jeremy Corbyn: 9/11 was 'manipulated'
In comments that will raise questions about his suitability to lead the Labour Party, Mr Corbyn appeared to blame George Bush and Tony Blair for using the September 11 attacks in New York to allow them to go to war

By Peter Dominiczak, Political Editor
10:00PM BST 25 Sep 2015

Jeremy Corbyn has claimed that 9/11 was "manipulated" to make it look like Osama Bin Laden was responsible to allow the West to go to war in Afghanistan.

In comments that will raise questions about his suitability to lead the Labour Party, Mr Corbyn appeared to blame George Bush and Tony Blair for using the September 11 attacks in New York to allow them to go to war.

In a series of further articles, Mr Corbyn also appears to endorse controversial conspiracy theories about a “New World Order”.

It comes as Mr Corbyn prepares for his first conference as Labour leader.

 However, a number of Labour MPs are expected to use the conference to publicly state that the party is unelectable under Mr Corbyn.

Lord Mandelson on Friday said that the party should only consider ousting Mr Corbyn after it is clear the public have realised the party "cannot be elected with Corbyn as leader".

Mr Corbyn will attempt to use the Brighton conference to unite the party after it threatened to split apart in the wake of his shock election victory.

 Mr Corbyn was heavily criticised in the days before winning the Labour leadership after suggesting that the death of Osama Bin Laden was a “tragedy”.

In the 2003 article for The Morning Star newspaper, Mr Corbyn wrote: “Historians will study with interest the news manipulation of the past 18 months.

“After September 11, the claims that bin Laden and al-Qaida had committed the atrocity were quickly and loudly made.

“This was turned into an attack on the Taliban and then, subtly, into regime change in Afghanistan.”

However, in previous years he wrote a series of articles which appear to have endorsed the conspiracy theory about the “New World Order”.

 The “New World Order” conspiracy is frequently linked to theories about the so-called “Illuminati” and claims about a “totalitarian world government”.

In an article for “Labour Briefing” in 1991, Mr Corbyn wrote: “We now know that the Gulf War was a curtain-raiser for the New World Order: the rich and powerful, white and western will be able to maintain the present economic order with free use of all the weapons they wish for.”

That same year, he said in Socialist Campaign Group News: “The aim of the war machine of the United States is to maintain a world order dominated by the banks and multinational companies of Europe and North America.”

 The following year, in a piece for Labour Peace Action, Mr Corbyn said: “What is required now is a bold, democratic alternative to the New World Order. The US veto at the Earth summit in Rio...shows just who calls the shots in this New World Order and who will be asked to foot the bill.”

Mr Corbyn has previously shared a platform with Ken O'Keefe, who has alleged that President Bush was a member of The New World Order who had orchestrated the September 11 attacks for personal gain.

The phrase was also used in a speech by George H.W Bush. Mr Corbyn’s spokesman refused to deny that the new Labour leader was referring to the “New World Order” conspiracy theory in his articles.

Labour on Friday said that Mr Corbyn will use the conference to focus on the economy, foreign policy issues and “participative politics”.

However, in a sign of the divisions in the party, Labour admitted that “differences of opinion” will emerge during the conference.

 In a briefing note, the party said: “There is widespread agreement that [Mr Corbyn’s conference themes] are the pillars of the huge mandate provided by the leadership election. Differences of opinion will emerge within these parameters, but this provides the framework for change established through Jeremy Corbyn’s mandate.”

Mr Corbyn on Friday confirmed that he will work with the SNP to try and scrap Britain’s nuclear deterrent despite opposition to the move from his own backbenches.

The Labour leader reaffirmed his long-standing opposition to Trident and said he would vote with the 56 Nationalists at Westminster on the issue.

Left-wing activists will debate scrapping Trident at next week’s conference.
General Discussion / Re: UK Election Count - Beware Vote Rigging
« Last post by EvadingGrid on Jun 25, 2017, 03:23:10 pm »
I found this by accident, the point is Jeremy Corbyn has always stood against the EU.
His party manifesto said socialist labour would respect Brexit vote.
Trouble is his fellow labour party MPs are mostly Blair Bilderberg types, its one of the reasons they hate their leader.

I do not trust any politicians, but Corbyn seems more awake than others, but obviously sold out to a party ideology.

Why the Blair / Mandelson / Bilderberg Labour MP want Conspiracy against Corbyn, after he wins the next Election.

General Discussion / Re: The Mystery of Tommy Robinson -
« Last post by EvadingGrid on Jun 25, 2017, 02:34:10 pm »
The Daily Telegraph

Who is Tommy Robinson - the former EDL leader once branded a 'bigoted lunatic'

Telegraph Reporters
20 June 2017

Tommy Robinson, 34, is the former leader of far-right group the English Defence League.

Born in Luton, he trained to become an aircraft engineer but was convicted of assaulting an off-duty police officer and was unable to return to his job in Luton Airport as a result.

His real name is Stephen Christopher Yaxley, but he has also gone by other names including Andrew McMaster and Paul Harris.

Previously a member of the BNP, he co-founded the EDL alongside Kevin Carroll in 2009 and led it until October 2013, when both left after speaking to members of counter-extremism think-tank Quilliam.

The EDL's stated aim was to "oppose the rise of radical Islam" and it predominantly operated through holding street demonstrations.

On leaving Robinson said he was concerned about the "dangers of far-right extremism".

However, in 2016 he established Pegida UK, named after the German nationalist, far-right political party Pegida.

Now an adviser to the group, he also works for The Rebel Media, a right-wing Canadian website.

In May Quilliam said he had come to its offices to "abuse and bully" staff and added that he "seems to have regressed".

In 2014 he was jailed for mortgage fraud and served almost six months in prison.

Earlier this year he was convicted of contempt of court after using a camera inside Canterbury Crown Court, receiving a suspended sentence.

Robinson is married with three children.

Profile | Tommy Robinson

Former English Defence League leader

Name:Stephen Yaxley-Lennon; he adopted the alias “Tommy Robinson” in the early days of the EDL as protection, he says, against reprisals from Muslims

Born:1982 in Luton

Background:Grew up with his mother, who worked in a bakery, and his adoptive father, who worked at the local Vauxhall car plant

Education:Left Putteridge High School at 16 after scoring 11 A-Cs at GCSE

Early career:Applied to study aircraft engineering at Luton Airport. Qualified in 2003 after studying for five years

Convictions:Lost his job almost immediately after assaulting a man who turned out to be an off-duty police officer. His criminal record meant he was blacklisted from working at airports. He has also spent time in jail for mortgage fraud

English Defence League:Founded the notorious EDL in 2009. After four years of campaigning with an organisation widely seen as islamaphobic, and after forming an alliance with the BNP, Robinson claimed to have seen the light and left the EDL
General Discussion / Re: The Mystery of Tommy Robinson -
« Last post by EvadingGrid on Jun 25, 2017, 02:30:29 pm »
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