Remember: All wars are bankers’ wars. There’s a good video on YouTube with that name. The global “elite” want a world war. Let’s don’t give it to them, ok? Would be better to go after the “elite” themselves, which is what draining the swamp entails.
Confusing, devastating, disastrous: these were some of the words people in and around Beirut used to describe a huge explosion that ripped through the Lebanese capital, killing dozens of people and wounding thousands more.
The explosion at Beirut’s port on Tuesday was felt across the city and beyond, causing widespread damage and spreading panic. Authorities have launched an investigation to determine what had caused it.
Al Jazeera spoke to survivors and witnesses in the immediate aftermath of the explosion. Here is what they had to say.
‘I can’t believe I’m still alive’
“I was a few metres away from the electricity establishment in Lebanon, which is parallel to the port,” Nada Hamza, a Beirut resident, said.
“I went out of my car, I ran away to the entrance of one of the buildings, then I realised that the building was destroyed. Then, I tried to call my parents, but I couldn’t reach anyone,” she added.
This is a clip summarizing a 2003 episode of a TV show called Dead Zone, the episode name is “Plague”. During the episode, someone takes a flight in from China into the US and they come down with an unknown virus. After identifying the virus as a SARS related Coronavirus, one doctor figures out that they can stop the Coronavirus dead in it’s tracks using a malaria drug called Chloroquine.
The writers have claimed that the information and research used to make this episode came directly from the CDC in 2003. Did the CDC know something in 2003 that they are not telling us now?
The video of a pretty young whistleblower who claims to have escaped from China, telling the story of the Wuhan virus (as we have already heard it), reminds me somewhat of the emotional testimony of Nayirah, the 15-year-old Kuwaiti girl, who testified on October 10, 1990, at the U.S. Congressional Human Rights Caucus on Iraqi human rights violations. Nayirah was the star of the show and her story propelled us into Kuwaiti and Iraq, under then-President George H.W. Bush:
“I saw the Iraqi soldiers come into the hospital with guns, and go into the room where… babies were in incubators. They took the babies out of the incubators, took the incubators, and left the babies on the cold floor to die.”
The public found out later that the massacre had never occurred. Nayirah was actually the daughter of a Kuwaiti dignitary who had been coached by a public relations firm – Hill and Knowlton – to give convincing but false “whistleblower” testimony.
One never knows.
This “whistleblower” story only reinforces the official narrative while not addressing any of the more serious pandemic issues (in no particular order, off the top of my head):
Why the concerted efforts to exaggerate fatalities?
Why the concerted efforts to suppress alternative, life-saving treatments?
Why the draconian measures to lockdown the world?
Why the unprecedented move to stop the world economy for a disease whose death rate is around 0.26%?
How did Neil Ferguson and the Imperial Model gain such influence?
Why the official indifference to how the Imperial Model could be so colossally wrong?
Why is the response so strangely consistent around the world?
Why instate the extreme social measures that are unproven to abate viral spread?
Why do the pandemic efforts satisfy long-held agenda items of Technocratic Globalism?
Why the nonstop propaganda effort from mainstream news sources to continually build-up the crisis?
Why the coordinated efforts to censor and shutdown legitimate alternative news sources?
Why the coordinated efforts to censor and shutdown legitimate, credentialed scientists and healthcare workers whose message deviates from orthodoxy?
Why does Bill Gates have such an oversized role in policy making?
Why are blockbuster revelations of lying and deceptions in reporting the COVID story met with indifference from media?
When did we decide Constitutional rights could be suspended for health safety reasons?
Why aren’t doctors and researchers successful in treating COVID patients with alternative therapies celebrated as heroes?
Why no deep investigation into Fauci’s diversion of funds to the Wuhan lab?
Why aren’t mainstream news sources exploring the timing and uncanny similarity of this pandemic to Event 201 and Rockefeller Foundation scenario games?
How could Fauci be so prescient that the incoming Trump administration would definitely face a pandemic crisis?
Most importantly, why are incompetents and proven liars still in charge?
U.S. District Judge Esther Salas has made her first public statement since a “monster” gunman killed her 20-year-old son Daniel and left her husband, Mark Anderl, in critical but stable condition.
On Monday, Salas released an emotional video in which she talked about the July 19 violent attack and how the incident has impacted her life.
“Two weeks ago, my life as I knew it changed in an instant, and my family will never be the same. A madman, who I believe was targeting me because of my position as a federal judge, came to my house,” she said.
“My family has experienced a pain that no one should ever have to endure. And I am here asking everyone to help me ensure that no one ever has to experience this kind of pain. We may not be able to stop something like this from happening again, but we can make it hard for those who target us to track us down.”
Salas, who noted that the addresses of federal judges can be found online, revealed that the gunman was able to access her location and other personal information. As a result, Salas is calling for the protection of others in her position from having to go through the same ordeal.
“Now, more than ever, we need to identify a solution that keeps the lives of federal judges private. I know this is a complicated issue, and I don’t pretend to know or have all answers, but together, together we can find a way,” she said.
“Let’s commence a national dialogue. Let’s work collaboratively to find a solution that will safeguard the privacy of federal judges. Let me be clear and tell you firsthand — this is a matter of life and death. And we can’t just sit back and wait for another tragedy to strike.”
NJ.com reported that officials have identified the shooter as Roy Den Hollander, who previously had presented a case before Salas. Hollander also shared sexist and racist posts against Salas on his website.
The self-proclaimed anti-feminist lawyer was found dead in Rockland County, New York, a day after attacking Salas’ family with what is believed to be a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
Officials have not made a statement regarding the motive of Hollander’s attack.
Comment: This is the first update of any kind in any media about this extraordinary sequence of events that last month left two high-profile lawyers (Mark Angelucci and the alleged sole perpetrator, Roy Den Hollander) dead and a top judge’s son dead. Officialdom apparently considers the matter solved and closed. Journalists aren’t asking questions, and we presume, from this statement by Salas, that she accepts that Hollander alone was behind it all.
While it’s completely understandable that Salas herself would not wish to look any closer into a matter that probably ties in with the Epstein scandal, and certainly ties in with US/Israeli intelligence, the media’s lack of curiosity about what motivated Hollander, and details about howhe committed a cross-country ‘hitman’ spree, means many basic investigative questions remain unasked, nevermind answered.
The US economy shrank at a record-breaking 32.9% rate in the second quarter of this year as Americans sheltered at home during the coronavirus pandemic and slashed personal spending, the Commerce Department said Thursday. That figure shatters the previous record for a quarterly decrease in the nation’s gross domestic product, a 10% decline in 1958, CBS News reported.
The latest drop was driven by a fall in consumer spending, exports, business investment and state and local government spending, and was partly offset by increased federal spending. Thursday’s figures confirm Jerome Powell’s assessment earlier this week, with the Federal Reserve Chairman on Wednesday calling the economic crisis “the most severe in our lifetimes”….