UPDATE: Capitol police drag former CIA analyst Ray McGovern from Haspel hearing after anti-torture protest (3 videos)
. . . and this is the woman Trump wants for head of the CA . . . we look the other way at our own risks!
Anna’s website is annavonreitz.com
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How many will take the time to listen to this? How many are in denial about this possibility? Is it wise not to at least listen with an open mind to hear David’s point of view?
In the end, it is best that we not allow anyone to make up our minds, because then we can be controlled. But I think it is important that we open our minds to other points of view, before we do make up our minds.
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. . . and, if you have time, here’s another video I just came across — It looks like this last is absolutely the most important:
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Flashback: September 11: Inside Job or Mossad Operation? . . . are people ready for this — yet? ~J
Laurent Guyénot – Translation Roger Lagassé
Thu, 10 Jul 2003 17:54 UTC
Israel’s role in the events of September 11, 2001-that shape the 21st century-is the subject of bitter controversy, or rather a real taboo even within the 9/11 Truth Movement, causing the ostracism of the man who dared to broach the subject, Thierry Meyssan. Most advocacy groups, mobilized behind the slogan “9/11 was an Inside Job,” remain discreet regarding the evidence involving the secret services of the Jewish state. Laurent Guyénot focuses on certain compelling-though grossly under reported-facts and analyzes the mechanisms of denial.
While Israel’s role in the destabilization of the world post-September 11 is becoming increasingly clear, the idea that a faction of Likudniks, aided by their allies embedded in the U.S. State apparatus, are responsible for the false flag operation of September 11 is becoming more difficult to suppress, and some individuals have the courage to state so publicly. Francesco Cossiga, President of Italy between 1985 and 1992, declared on 30 November 2007 to the daily Corriere della Sera:
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At exactly minute four, George addresses and disagrees with Q’s latest drop . . . and suggests possible options for going forward. . .
. . . and later we have more from George about how this might go forward towards what might be a negotiated, positive end. . . . I, myself, will feel better about this when I have more of a sense where Trump intends to take it. Is his aggressiveness because he hopes to make a better deal, or does he really want to take out Iran? Perhaps I have to stand alone on this, and I’m willing to do just this, until I’m proved wrong.
Just a couple of my questions:
1. How important are Trump’s ‘negotiations’ with North Korea in the total picture of North Korea’s willingness to give up nuclear weapons as they are tied in with Iran’s?
2. How important are China’s and Russia’s efforts?
3. Is North Korea seemingly compliant because China is actually standing behind it?
4. Why the color revolution in Armenia? Could the country be used to invade Iran?
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Earlier, media reports appeared that China had deployed missiles in the South China Sea, a strategic waterway that for a long time has been an apple of discord between Beijing and Southeast Asian countries.
New US sanctions on Venezuela are part of a campaign aimed at overthrowing the government and have nothing to do with drug trafficking, democracy or electoral fraud, professor of Latin American studies William Robinson told RT.
US Vice President Mike Pence in his speech to the Organization of American States on Monday called for other nations to increase pressure on Venezuela, slamming the country’s upcoming election as illegitimate. He called on Venezuela to suspend its presidential election scheduled for May 20.
The US also announced sanctions on three Venezuelans and 20 companies with ties to socialist President Nicolas Maduro for alleged narcotics trafficking.
Robinson, professor of sociology and global and Latin American Studies at the University of California, told RT the new sanctions are a blatant form of election meddling intended to bring about regime change. . . . Click article title to continue reading.
Former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi said he’d be open to an agreement between the League and the Five-Star Movement to form a ruling coalition that wouldn’t include his center-right party, Forza Italia, opening the door to an anti-establishment coalition.