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ISIS Declares War On The Palestinians (Really, Mossad!?) Reader 01/07/2018 (Sun) 15:40:43 Id: 558370 [Preview] No. 5222 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
ISIS has declared war on the Palestinians over their failure to recognize Jerusalem as the capital city of Israel.

The Islamic State in Egypt has urged its militants in a new 22-minute execution video to kill Palestinians, in a blatant show of solidarity towards Israel.

According to a UN report released in 2015, the Israeli Defence Forces (IDF) kept in regular contact with members of ISIS since May 2013: https://archive.fo/YbwqY

The report confirms an admission by a captured Israeli General that Israel are secret sponsors of ISIS, using the terrorist organization to further their zionist agenda in the Middle East: https://archive.fo/ryGlI

Rt.com reports: The 22-minute video, allegedly released by an affiliate of Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) in the Sinai Peninsula, and published by the Jihadist-monitoring SITE Intelligence Group, begins with footage of US President Donald Trump’s December 6 announcement on Jerusalem. The propaganda footage, initially released Wednesday, culminates in the execution of a former IS member pictured on his knees in an orange jumpsuit.

115 bodies of civilians & Syrian troops killed by #ISIS recovered from 2 mass graves in Raqqa https://t.co/M7evTJ6hUn pic.twitter.com/J0HzF3oOrw

— RT (@RT_com) December 31, 2017

The victim in the video, referred to as Musa Abu Zamat, is accused by his terrorist captors of smuggling weapons to Hamas’ military wing from Egypt. An IS preacher, named as Abu Kazem al-Maqdisi, originally from Gaza himself, calls on IS followers to attack Hamas sites and courthouses in the Gaza Strip. Hamas is also blamed for its cooperation with Western countries and fighting Jews only in Israel. Minutes later the captor is executed by a shot to the head. The terrorist who carried out the execution was identified in news reports as being Muhammad al-Dajani, a former member of Hamas’ military branch in Gaza.

Hamas, the de facto governing authority of the Gaza Strip, has called for a new intifada or uprising against Israel in the wake of Trump’s announcement. The agitation for a new uprising spurred mass revolts, in which Israeli security forces used live munition, rubber bullets, and tear gas to quell the massive unrest. On Thursday, Hamas spokesperson Salah Bardawil slammed the IS video as “a Zionist production in which Arab tools participate to distort the resistance.”

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Reader 01/07/2018 (Sun) 15:42:10 Id: 558370 [Preview] No.5223 del
At this point there can be no denial anymore, it is so out in the open, it really could not be more blatant.

Reader 01/07/2018 (Sun) 19:45:37 Id: a0195d [Preview] No.5238 del
Yet, the kikes are getting desperate.

Reader 01/09/2018 (Tue) 03:11:30 Id: 84ea5c [Preview] No.5291 del
Does anyone really care about them anymore, or are they just has-beens?

Reader 01/09/2018 (Tue) 03:19:46 Id: 41e640 [Preview] No.5292 del
Depends which group your talking about.

ISIS is manufactured by intelligence agencies like CIA/Mossad. They'll pop up from anywhere when given loads of cash and arms to stir shit up. When we don't need them, they are later disposed of.

Kikes are alive and so are the Palestinians, both which are equally hated by opposing factions, but both groups still around (unfortunately).

This disaster will likely continue, no matter how much we complain about it, because kikes and muslims can never reach any peace agreements, nor do I think they want to. They will always be fighting over land. And as far as America, as long as we have a military industrial complex, we will always be sticking our noses into the fiasco affair (unfortunately).

Good! Paris Prosecutors Probe Apple Over Planned Obsolescence After Caught Slowing Down Old iPhone Models Reader 01/09/2018 (Tue) 03:05:51 Id: c0b321 [Preview] No. 5289 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
RELATED: >>>/news/4788 ; >>>/news/4856 ; >>>/news/4963

Paris prosecutors have launched a probe of US tech giant Apple over suspected "planned obsolescence" in some of its iPhone models, a judicial source told AFP on Monday.

The investigation was opened on Friday and is being led by anti-trust and consumer protection specialists in the French economy ministry.

It comes after a complaint by the association Stop Planned Obsolescence (HOP or Halte a l'Obsolescence Programmee) after Apple admitted last month that it intentionally slowed down older models of its iPhones over time.

Planned obsolescence is a widely criticised commercial practice in which manufacturers build in the expiry of their products so that consumers will be forced to replace them.

It is decried by consumer groups as being unethical and is suspected of being particularly prevalent in the electronics industry, which produces mountains of unrecyclable waste each year

To tackle the problem, France passed landmark legislation in 2015 known as "Hamon's law" which made the practice illegal and -- in theory -- obliged retailers to say whether replacement parts were available.


Reader 01/09/2018 (Tue) 03:09:59 Id: c0b321 [Preview] No.5290 del
I remember telling people 20 some years ago that eventually corporations would imbed a kill switch into their electronic products to make the malfunction years later to force people to buy new electronics. I was considered "a nut" for stocking up on electronics. Well... I don't feel so nutty now!

DHS: Border Wall Will Only Cost 1/20th What The Federal Already Spends, Totally Do-able! Reader 01/06/2018 (Sat) 18:33:23 Id: 0711a6 [Preview] No. 5204 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
President Donald Trump’s 700-mile border wall would cost just $1.8 billion annually for ten years, according to the Wall Street Journal.

The expected construction cost is only 1 cent for every $20 spent by the federal government!

The Journal‘s article said the Department of Homeland Security’s unreleased plan had been sent to a group of Senators:

In total, the administration details about $33 billion in desired new border security spending, including funding for technology, personnel and roads. The document refers to this as “critical physical border security requirements.”

The document, from the Customs and Border Protection agency at the Department of Homeland Security, envisions the border-wall project unfolding over 10 years. If carried out as described, by 2027, about 970 miles of the 2,000-mile southwest border would have some sort of fencing or wall separating the U.S. from Mexico …

The non-wall requests include $5.7 billion over five years for towers, surveillance equipment, unmanned aerial vehicles and other technology; $1 billion over five years for road construction and maintenance; and $8.5 billion over seven years for 5,000 new Border Patrol agents and other personnel.

The planned $18 billion over a decade in spending on the wall matches the $1.6 billion already approved for 2018 by the GOP-controlled House and Senate, amid protests from Democrat Party leaders.

The pending 2018 budget includes $1.6 billion to build 60 miles new barriers in Texas and to upgrade 14 miles older barriers in California.

The proposed cost $1.8 billion per year cost would consume less than one-2,088th of the 2018 federal budget, expected to be around $3,800 billion. In turn, the wall’s cost would be offset by a reduced northward flow of illegals and drugs, so cutting the federal government’s cost for welfare, unemployment and policing.

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Do pictures help or will you continue being retarded? Reader 01/09/2018 (Tue) 01:06:04 Id: 85ccaf [Preview] No.5283 del
>because we know walls do work no matter what the liberal Marxist-funded mainstream prestitutes tell people.
What part of TOO LATE, ASSHOLES did you not understand?
>If you see illegal immigrants, especially any crime being committed by Mexicans,
They're legal Mexican'ts. They commit the crimes without me having to be witness to them. There are certain neighborhoods where a week doesn't go by without a shooting here.
>a never Trumper
That's a laugh, considering how desperate grab your ankles for Trump faggots are. What's with your idol worship? He's a low testosterone over the hill fat fuck with a ridiculous orange tan. Why do you jerk off to that? I will never understand homosexuals.
>weave discord
/news/ isn't r/The_Donald on Reddit. I know you Red Pill Dropper groupies came from there riding on his cock, but that's beside the point.
>crying woe is me
Bitch, I'm making everyone aware who isn't in Texas and still talks shit like they know what's going on in the state I live in AS THEY DON'T.

Reader 01/09/2018 (Tue) 01:07:19 Id: 85ccaf [Preview] No.5284 del
Meant to ref. >>5278 not 5277

Reader 01/09/2018 (Tue) 01:22:51 [Preview] No.5285 del
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lol this thread!

Reader 01/09/2018 (Tue) 02:42:42 Id: d5482b [Preview] No.5286 del
The wall topic obviously triggers you. Seriously, get over it. Whether this works or not will all be proven after a few years after it is finally installed. Till then, I say its much much better than doing nothing at all.


Reader 01/09/2018 (Tue) 02:47:33 Id: d5482b [Preview] No.5287 del
You may be right, this could all be bait. I'm just sick of the defeatist who lurks on this board telling us to shut up and accept America becoming a third world hellhole. Even if he's right about Texas, I still don't want to see more of this shit spreading to other states, and if it takes a God damned wall to slow down immigration so fucking be it.

One Week After Clinton's House Fire, Arson Hits Trump Tower (WTF Is Going On!?) Reader 01/08/2018 (Mon) 16:48:25 Id: dae23e [Preview] No. 5270 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
A small fire broke out on the roof of Trump Tower on Monday morning, officials claim.

Smoke was seen billowing off the top of the Manhattan skyscraper, carrying for several blocks.

Firefighters were called to the Fifth Ave. skyscraper, located at East 56thSt., at about 7:20 Monday morning.

The blaze appeared to break out in the building’s heating and cooling system, the FDNY said.

They quickly knocked the fire back, but firefighters are currently making sure it didn’t spread.

Two people suffered injuries, including one man who was taken away on a stretcher after battling the rooftop fire.

Eric Trump, the President’s son and an executive vice president at the Trump Organization, confirmed the rooftop cooling tower ignited.

“The New York Fire Department was here within minutes and did an incredible job. The men and women of the #FDNY are true heroes and deserve our most sincere thanks and praise!” he tweeted.

While President Trump and the First Family now live in the White House, the commander-in-chief maintains a palatial apartment in the 58-story tower. The President was in Washington at the time of the fire.

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Reader 01/08/2018 (Mon) 17:04:11 Id: dae23e [Preview] No.5271 del
Could this have been a failed bomb that ignited earlier than intended? Don't know but this is all fishy. In the last month three arson attacks have taken place: first at the Clinton mansion in Chappaqua, New York... next at one of Roy Moore's accuser's home (which completely burned down)... now at the Trump Tower in New York.

All three fires have ONE thing in common: politics.

Reader 01/08/2018 (Mon) 22:47:42 Id: 5991d6 [Preview] No.5281 del
Something was goin' on.

New Controversial Book Reveals Saudi Purge Was Orchestrated By Trump To Dismantle Deep State Islamic Connections Reader 01/07/2018 (Sun) 16:26:24 Id: 4b7b8f [Preview] No. 5224 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
A new book based on interviews purportedly coming from White House insiders has revealed that US President Donald Trump was behind the elevation of Mohammed bin Salman to the position of Saudi Arabia's crown prince last year.

The claim is included in the book titled Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House which went on sale on Friday. Michael Wolff said on Friday his book is based on more than 200 interviews with Trump and his close aides.

"We've put our man on top," Trump is said to have claimed to friends, according to the book, after Saudi King Salman ousted his nephew Crown Prince Mohammed bin Nayef as next-in-line to the throne and made his then-31-year-old son, Mohammed bin Salman, the new crown prince in June 2017.

Bin Salman is a close friend of Trump’s aide and son-in-law, Jared Kushner. His sudden elevation last year to the post of crown prince shook up the line of succession and turned on decades of custom within the Saudi royal family.

Just a month before for Saudi Arabia's political shakeup, Trump had visited the kingdom and met with leaders from across the Middle East and signed a $110 billion arms deal with the Saudi leaders. According to The New York Times, Kushner personally intervened on the arms deal with Saudi Arabia ahead of Trump’s visit to the kingdom.

Wolff in his book called Trump’s Saudi trip a “get-out-of-Dodge godsend,” as it was an escape from Washington, DC where he recently fired FBI Director James Comey. “There couldn’t have been a better time to be making headlines far from Washington. A road trip could transform everything.”

When bin Salman was named crown prince, Trump called and congratulated him on his “recent elevation.”

And later in November when bin Salman imprisoned his hundreds of political rivals and other Saudi elites in Riyadh’s Ritz-Carlton hotel, Trump tweeted, “I have great confidence in King Salman and the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, they know exactly what they are doing.”

“Some of those they are harshly treating have been “milking” their country for years!” he added.

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Reader 01/07/2018 (Sun) 20:05:20 Id: 76ce09 [Preview] No.5242 del
Many of the royals were crypto-kikes working with ZOG but whatever. The whole Middle East is FUBAR anyway. Wish we could leave it, but thats not gonna happen. So, I'd recommend not signing up the draft agreement (I never did), and just not joining the forces. Let the SJW trannies fight the ZOG wars.

Reader 01/07/2018 (Sun) 20:29:56 Id: 97470a [Preview] No.5249 del
Its really odd reading names like "Bin Salman" or "Bin Laden" because theyre just saying "son of Salman/Laden" and arent their proper names
Osama would be the given name for example
t. easterner

I also think Trump is just establishing his own deep state connections by installing "his guy" for when he leaves office, because why the fuck wouldnt you as the leader of the most powerful nation in the present

Reader 01/08/2018 (Mon) 16:13:28 Id: 003eab [Preview] No.5266 del
>I also think Trump is just establishing his own deep state connections by installing "his guy" for when he leaves office

I assume you mean for future business relations? That could be one of many aspects...

From what I understand the CIA wanted Bin Nayef to become the next globalist crown of Saudi Arabia, whom had deep ties with both the Bush and Clinton families. Nayef's disposal during the coup was very unwelcome by the US "deep state" (as many call it).

It has come to my attention that Trump is outlining a covert strategy to break up older power broker connections that have deep covert ties with the corrupt US political establishment. At the same time Trump is trying to re-establish more nationalistic ties with allies such as the UK and Israel (perhaps neo-nazis may not find this at all pleasing or comforting). Just keep that in mind.

A re-structuring of power is slowly occurring, the old political guard is having connections severed off (one by one, year after year). Expect more of this. Such as regime changes in Iran, North Korea, Germany, Denmark, possibly even China (if Trump and his mad dogs can manage pulling it off). They did in Saudi Arabia which was a huge blow to the US political establishment and believe me they resent this very much.

Reader 01/08/2018 (Mon) 18:51:59 Id: 66d56f [Preview] No.5275 del
I wonder if this was triggered by what he read in the 911 report. I knew this was him when I first heard news, he was constantly mentioning saudi pre election, he had this planned for a while.

Reader 01/08/2018 (Mon) 19:30:01 Id: f19b31 [Preview] No.5276 del
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As I see many events and stunts happening, to which some I admit seem quite foolish at the moment, I'm starting to wonder if Trump doesn't have a grand plan.

Perhaps this Saudi purge wasn't only to weaken US-OPEC reliance and cut off our 'deep state' political connections... perhaps; as questioned with the new trade tariffs he intends on imposing against China >>5274 ; Trump intends on creating an ultimatum for our political elites that indeed would be very risky?

Think of the ultimatum as such: either 1) we re-industrialize the United States (obviously with the help of kikes, thus his pro-Israel ass kissing) and turn America around into becoming a self-sufficient self-reliant industrial powerhouse once again ... or 2) we crash this whole fucking system with no survivors (does anyone remember Trump tweeting how he would not bailout the big banks if they fucked up again? Cannot find this tweet anywhere but it could be key evidence!). If that were to happen Trump could declare a state of emergency, have the Fed audited, then arrest and jail all the corrupt actors and impose martial law over a currency collapse. This would wreck "the deep state" as would it wreck all other insolvent institutions. Then the big clean up would begin.

That ultimatum would fall into the government's hands and they'd be stuck to decide outcome (or fate). Don't know... just a guess.

Be Prepared: Prices To Rise! Economic Trade War Nears As Trump Seeks Tariffs On Mass Produced Chinese Goods Reader 01/08/2018 (Mon) 18:17:55 Id: 955de6 [Preview] No. 5273 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]

President Donald Trump’s administration is preparing to unveil an aggressive trade crackdown in the coming weeks that is likely to include new tariffs aimed at countering China’s and other economic competitors’ alleged unfair trade practices, according to three administration officials.

Trump is tentatively scheduled to meet with Cabinet secretaries and senior advisers as soon as this week to begin finalizing decisions on a slew of pending trade fights involving everything from imports of steel and solar panels to Chinese policies regarding intellectual property, according to one of the administration officials.

Senior aides are also laying plans to use Trump’s State of the Union address at the end of the month to flesh out the president’s trade vision and potentiallypreview a more aggressive posture toward China, according to the official.

Aides stressed that the specifics are still in flux, but multiple officials told POLITICO that internal conversations have moved beyond the basic question of whether Trump should take tough trade steps and are now focused on what precise measures the president should impose.

By turning to trade, Trump is returning to a key campaign pledge that many advisers worry he did not deliver on in his first year in office. And with limited prospects for passing legislation, trade is one of a handful of major policy areas on which the president can act without having to rely on Congress.

Aides said the upcoming closed-door trade meetings with the president will help shed more light on his thinking. Trump’s senior advisers have been fighting behind the scenes for months over the direction of his trade agenda, but officials on both sides of the debate said it remained unclear exactly how aggressive the president was prepared to be.

One official said the president is “undecided and could come out any number of ways.” Still, it is “very likely” that the president will green-light tariffs of some kind in the coming weeks, the official added, a move that could prompt severe blowback from targeted countries.

The president outlined his thinking on trade during meetings with Republican congressional leaders at Camp David this weekend, according to people familiar with the talks.

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Reader 01/08/2018 (Mon) 18:42:47 Id: 02b4ea [Preview] No.5274 del
Holy shit, if this happens to be true I hope Trump knows what this could mean for the US petrodollar.

First off we still rely heavily on China to keep our monetary system afloat as they hold lots of our debt in T-bonds. China could create chaos for our economy if they were to decide to liquidate those bonds on a mass scale which less and less countries are willing to buy those IOUs up today. Another couple of rounds of QE ain't going to fix that, and even the Fed knows it at this point! This ain't the 80s no more folks. This could cause hyperinflation.

Also, the US needs to be aware that if we rely and depend on other nations to produce and manufacture most of our goods, we will be FUCKED in a trade war. Our whole country needs to become very self-sufficient if this is to become an effective trade war for us... in reality, we are not very self-sufficient at all!

Tax cuts provided a YUGE incentive for corporations to come back to the US and hire Americans... HOWEVER this now changed after China recently struck back and told corporations that if they stay in China and remain loyal they will not pay ANY corporate tax at all - currently a 0% corporate tax policy is now effect in China! So our corporate incentives fell through a glass roof at this point, it would be much more profitable for productive industries to remain in China.

Trump seems to be obsessed with our Stock Market. Big mistake. That is highly manipulated by Keynesian economists who flood the markets with paper and digital fiat, in other words WORTHLESS speculations with a bunch of robotic monkeys jumping up and down tossing around IOUs back and forth.

Getting back to tax cuts, the middle class will benefit, sure. But NOT if prices start to go up! That's the key disaster here: if prices go up due to tariffs, the low & middle class tax cuts are completely null due to an influx of inflation. And if the T-bonds start getting dumped!? Holy fucking shit, look out!!

Europe Becomes Victim Of Russia's Newest Oil Strategy Reader 01/08/2018 (Mon) 17:27:59 Id: 32f2bb [Preview] No. 5272 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Higher shipments of Russian crude oil to China may saddle European importers with a fatter bill, an industry consultancy warned at the end of last year, noting the latest stage of Russia’s Eastern pivot: the launch of the expanded East Siberia-Pacific Ocean pipeline that would lift Urals crude supply to China twofold, to 30 million tons annually.

FGE said in a note quoted by Bloomberg that Russia will start moving more Urals eastward right after the launch of the pipeline extension, at a rate of 160,000 bpd. The overall increase of Russian crude shipments to China, according to the consultancy, could be around 200,000 bpd.

This means less oil for Europe, which is Russia’s number-one oil client. This only highlights the significance of Moscow’s Asian pivot amid lingering European sanctions following the 2014 annexation of Crimea and Russia’s involvement in separatist conflicts in the Ukraine.

In 2016, Russia exported an average 3.7 million barrels daily to European countries, compared with less than a million bpd to China, according to figures from the Energy Information Administration (EIA). In percentage figures, Europe accounted for 70 percent of Russia’s 2016 crude oil exports, while the share of China was just 18 percent.

The rise in Chinese exports has been quite steep since 2014: as of November last year, Russia shipped 1.3 million barrels of oil daily to China. All the latest signs point to further growth. However, exactly how much this would hurt European buyers is unclear.

The Urals is currently trading at a discount of about $4 to Brent crude but WTI’s discount to the international benchmark is $6 a barrel. In other words, Russia’s diverting of crude oil from Europe to China could be an opportunity for U.S. exporters as long as they can keep their transport costs low enough. Europe will probably be grateful for the diversification.

Over the long term, things are even more uncertain. Clearly, Russia has prioritized its relationship with China: In addition to the ESPO expansion, Gazprom is on track to complete the Power of Siberia gas pipeline by 2019. The 2,500-km mammoth of a pipeline will pump 1.3 trillion cu ft of gas to China annually.

This soaring demand has already created shortages in parts of the country. A recent report by Eurasia Daily suggested the Power of Siberia will be essential in avoiding future gas shortages. Would that take gas away from Europe? It’s unlikely given Gazprom’s 30+-percent market share in Europe, and besides, there’s enough gas for everyone. What might happen is China overtaking Europe as Russia’s biggest gas export market at some point in the future, especially if Russia–EU relations continue to be strained.


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Good! Trump Ends Amnesty Status For 200,000 El Salvadorans Reader 01/08/2018 (Mon) 16:39:04 Id: 40b93d [Preview] No. 5269 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
President Donald Trump’s deputies are ending the often-extended ‘TPS’ temporary refugee status for up to 200,000 El Salvadoran migrants, which was first granted when earthquakes hit their home country in 2001.

The TPS decision — reported by numerous media outlets — underlines Trump’s determination to enforce the nation’s immigration laws, and to push his “Buy American, Hire American” inauguration-day promise, despite growing pressure from the GOP’s business-first wing, Democrats and their allies in the establishment media.

The decision also pressures Democrats to accept Trump’s immigration reforms — or else run as the pro-amnesty political party in November 2018.

The secretary of the Department of Homeland Security is responsible for deciding whether or not to extend TPS status, based on whether the original disaster is still damaging the country. Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen is Trump’s DHS secretary.

Most of the 200,000 El Salvadoreans will return home by September 2019, likely boosting the small nation’s economy with savings and skills earned in the United States during the last 17 years.

The decision will free up jobs for American citizens and other legal immigrants.

Many of the El Salvador migrants were living illegally in the United States when the earthquake hit their home country in 2001. Since then, the “Temporary Protected Status” has been 11 times by Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama.


WAR CRIMES: Teenage Boy Injured By HPV Vaccine, Passes Away Reader 01/08/2018 (Mon) 16:29:08 Id: 6c9236 [Preview] No. 5267 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
RELATED: >>>/news/4926

Thirteen year old Colton Berrett was a healthy, strong and very active boy prior to receiving the Gardasil HPV vaccine.

Colton received the last of three vaccines on February 1, 2014, but within a matter of weeks he became incapacitated and paralyzed from the neck down. He went into hospital on February 17th, where he spent 88 days in intensive care.

Colton said he was “angry that they’re still giving out the vaccine. They don’t care that people are getting hurt. It’s a joke.”

Sadly Colton is no longer with us he died over the weekend… but he left a powerful message for others . . . “You gotta do your research. You can’t just trust the doctor anymore . . . “​

Colton was a lover of motorcross and indoor skydiving. After receiving his third dose of the HPV vaccine, he began having neck pains. He went for one last motorcycle ride. He began feeling nauseous the next day and his neck pain intensified. That night, he asked his mom to help him drink water.

“Mom, can you give that to me in my left hand. I can’t use my right arm very good; it is weak.”

He was eventually paralyzed. An MRI taken at Primary Children’s Hospital in Salt Lake City showed inflammation in his spinal cord and neck.

The doctor reported his findings to VAERS.

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Reader 01/08/2018 (Mon) 16:31:02 Id: 6c9236 [Preview] No.5268 del
Why are doctors giving BOYS Gardasil HPV vaccines? Those were meant for GIRLS! Something very corrupt is going on. $$$

Major Globalist, Former Intelligence Insider, Admits US Deep State Establishment Losing Power Rapidly Reader 01/07/2018 (Sun) 20:07:43 Id: 72f55f [Preview] No. 5243 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Note that this article is written by John R. Schindler, a self-admitted globalist who has worked many years within multiple US intelligence agencies!

The United States has been the world’s greatest power since 1945, when that mantle—half-passed from London to Washington after the First World War—firmly landed in American hands after the Second World War. Since 1991, when the Cold War ended with Soviet collapse, America has been the world’s hegemon, to use the proper term, the force whose power could not be seriously challenged on the global stage.

For 26 years now—a happy generation—America has been able to do whatever it wanted, to anyone, at any time of our choosing, anywhere on earth. Notwithstanding the decline of major sectors of the American economy, our military has covered the globe with deployments as the Pentagon has divided our planet into “geographic combatant commands” to formalize our hegemony. Our allegedly deep defense thinkers have hailed this as our viceroys enacting Washington’s benevolent imperial will anywhere we desire.

It needs to be said that plenty of the planet has been happy to acquiesce in American hegemony. While we’re hardly the pure-hearted hegemon we imagine ourselves to be, the United States appears like a relatively positive force on the global stage, compared to other options. Even among skeptics regarding America’s global dominance, few pine instead for hegemony under, say, Beijing and its Communist party bosses.

Nevertheless, 2017 gave unmistakable signs that American hegemony, which has been waning for a decade, has now ended. A new age has dawned, even though it’s still early and the sun is far from full. As commander-in-chief, in his first year in the Oval Office, President Donald Trump has ranted and raved on Twitter almost daily, with no effect save to confuse our allies about what exactly is going on in Washington. De facto, America has two foreign and defense policies: what the president says and what our national security bureaucracy does. The gap between presidential rhetoric, much of it unhinged, and actual policy toward the world grew throughout 2017.

It’s no wonder, then, that North Korea seems anything but cowed, despite a year of Trumpian rants at Pyongyang. The Kim dynasty keeps rattling its nuclear saber at will, firing off missiles over the Pacific to showcase its power, and Washington’s demands that they cease have had no impact. While the Trump administration propagates the fantasy that North Korea will never become a nuclear power, that troublesome country has plainly had atomic weapons for years. That this unreality-based policy might end badly for everyone—even a merely conventional war on the Korean peninsula will mean millions of refugees and casualties—is obvious and constitutes one of the major what-ifs for the coming year.

The National Security Strategy recently rolled out by the White House with fanfare, however, appreciates none of these new geopolitical realities. It imagines a world where American power, while now confronted by Russia and a rising China, remains above fundamental challenge. Predictably, the president’s release of “his” NSS had barely any connection to the actual document. To be fair to Trump, the NSS always is a political write-up, not really any kind of strategy, and the relationship between its wish-list and actual Beltway policy is often tenuous; the current administration has decided to sever any NSS connection to reality altogether.

It should be noted that President Trump inherited a hegemon in decline. His predecessors did plenty of damage before the current Oval Office occupant decided to inflict more. Bill Clinton’s well-intentioned if often mishandled humanitarian interventions in the Balkans gave the illusion that America knew how to “nation build” broken societies at modest cost in lives and treasure.

Reader 01/07/2018 (Sun) 20:09:07 Id: 72f55f [Preview] No.5244 del
We did not, as is demonstrated by the multi-decade debacles in the Greater Middle East initiated by George W. Bush in the aftermath of 9/11. In overreaction to jihadist terrorism, Washington decided to recreate that troubled region by, in effect, handing a broken Iraq to the mullahs in Tehran. The magical transformative powers of the U.S. military on foreign societies turned out to be as much a fantasy as the Bush experiment with mortgage loans for everyone. In a similar vein, the less said about our never-ending war in Afghanistan—which amounts to an effort to coercively make that country what it has never been, politically and socially—perhaps the better.

The loss of American prestige associated with the Iraqi and Afghan debacles is difficult to overstate. Plenty of the world was content to go along with American hegemony so long as it was somewhat competent. No fair-minded strategist, surveying what the Bush administration did in the Muslim heartland, could look at Washington’s defense and foreign policy elites, the architects of grand failures, with any comfort.

Not that Barack Obama made things better. Although he entered the White House with a mandate to undo the damage wrought by his predecessor, he mostly failed to do so. It’s difficult to not have sympathy for President Obama, who when he realized the extent of the Iraq horror he inherited, wanted to abandon the biggest failure in America’s history abroad. It’s less easy to excuse Obama’s missteps in Afghanistan, where a half-hearted “surge” failed to change any facts on the ground that really mattered.

Still, Obama’s biggest failures came elsewhere. His willingness to participate in the overthrow of the Gadhafi regime in Libya on dubious humanitarian grounds birthed violence and crisis graver than existed there in the first place. Worse, taking out the former rogue Gadhafi after he had abandoned his weapons of mass destruction and was cooperating with America’s war on terrorism, sent an indelible message that Washington’s word is no good—so never, ever give up your WMDs. Pyongyang, among others, watched and learned.

Then there’s Obama’s mishandling of Russia, with fateful consequences. His abandonment of his own “red line” in Syria in 2013 was easily read as a grave strategic error, since Obama in effect outsourced U.S. policy in the Middle East to Moscow—the results of which are painfully clear today. Obama’s reticence to do much about Vladimir Putin’s aggression in Ukraine a few months later is a matter of record, while his strange unwillingness to confront the Kremlin over its rancid spy-propaganda offensive against the West in 2015 undoubtedly encouraged aggressive Russian interference in America’s election the following year.

Putin and other malefactors got the message that Obama’s America would not stand up to troublemakers who could push back. Diffident messaging is never good for the hegemon’s reputation, especially when it’s already blighted due to incompetence and imperial overstretch. In 2017, in stark contrast, Donald Trump led the country in the opposite direction, with unceasing bluster about American strength and willingness to go it alone, anytime Washington wants to, damn the consequences.

Trump’s screw-the-world style in foreign affairs was on display this month with the White House’s decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. This pleased the Israeli right-wing and major donors to President Trump, yet in no way enhanced American power or prestige: quite the opposite. Reaction from the Muslim world was predictably furious, while the Trump administration made everything worse at the United Nations. There, Nikki Haley, our ambassador, publicly threatened members who didn’t vote with Washington against a UN resolution condemning our embassy move. This was American diplomacy at its most heavy-handed and tone-deaf, and it failed dismally. Virtually the whole world voted against Trump, with even most of NATO siding against Washington. This was a major diplomatic defeat for the alleged global hegemon.

Reader 01/07/2018 (Sun) 20:10:12 Id: 72f55f [Preview] No.5245 del
President Trump is all about “strength” and he loves to tweet about our military, his own draft-dodging notwithstanding. In a sense, Trump is a perfect fit for our era, when all America has left is raw military power. Our economy has been in decline for decades, our divided society displays unmissable rot, and our politics are a partisan shamble in the aftermath of 2016. What America has left is its military, which is the ultimate underpinning of hegemony.

However, just how much military overmatch the Pentagon has left, after a near-generation of down-punching in the Middle East against fourth-rate foes without strategic success, is now America’s great imponderable. We have spent trillions of dollars on Iraq, Afghanistan, and killing jihadists all over, and the price in military obsolescence and declining morale is evident to anyone who wants to see.

Our Air Force, which hasn’t faced a serious peer competitor in the skies since the middle of the Second World War, is shedding pilots at an alarming rate, while it has far too few F-22 fighters to maintain air dominance worldwide, which Washington has taken as a given for decades. However, our Navy is in even worse shape, with a staggering number of admirals under a cloud for participation in an appalling corruption-cum-espionage scandal, while our fleet in 2017 demonstrated that it has lost grip on basic navigation at sea, with fatal results. Considering the U.S. Navy has been the guarantor of freedom of navigation on the world’s seas since 1945, the protector of international trade and the backbone of American hegemony, its sad decline has far-reaching consequences.

That said, our Army is equally unready for battle against a peer. In its shadow war in eastern Ukraine, Russia’s ground forces have demonstrated killing capabilities far beyond what America and NATO can do. The combination of Russian long-range artillery and electronic warfare has obliterated whole Ukrainian battalions, and right now they would do the same to the U.S. Army. Grave underinvestment in field artillery and electronic warfare hangs over our army. Russia has excelled at artillery for centuries, and that arm is the great killer on the modern battlefield. Armies that go into battle outgunned by the Russians historically get blasted off the field with heavy casualties. Right now, the U.S. Army is frantically playing catch-up so it can take on the Russians as equals if it comes to a fight

Our army’s opening performance has often been subpar, as demonstrated by defeats like Kasserine Pass and Task Force Smith. However, America always had time on our side to turn it around. We may not if the battlefield is in the Baltics, which the Russians may overrun in a couple days, before the U.S. Army has a chance to stop the invader. These are the scenarios that keep Pentagon planners up at night as we enter the new year.

Above all, Trump’s go-it-alone attitude is precisely the wrong take as American hegemony disappears. Some empires decline slowly, others fall fast after a major defeat; history is filled with both outcomes. Since 1945, Washington has presumed that it can deploy our military anywhere, at the time and place of our choosing, thanks to our dominance of the world’s skies and oceans. Even in a worst case, we could always get our forces home. This should no longer be assumed. The world has changed, American hegemony has collapsed, and if it’s not careful Washington may find out the hard way. Let’s hope cooler and wiser heads prevail in 2018.

John Schindler is a security expert and former National Security Agency analyst and counterintelligence officer. A specialist in espionage and terrorism, he’s also been a Navy officer and a War College professor. He’s published four books and is on Twitter at @20committee.


Reader 01/07/2018 (Sun) 23:27:06 Id: 1a0cdd [Preview] No.5251 del
>The world has changed, American hegemony has collapsed

Endless wars for ZOG did us no good, agreed.

>if it’s not careful Washington may find out the hard way

They will find out the hard way. However, this would have happened under Hillary Clinton as president as well. Don't think for an utter second Clinton was not a neo-con war-hawk as she helped stir a lot of chaos as Secretary of State.

And lets talk about empires for a second... empires fall because they don't and can't learn from their mistakes. Empires fall because they think they are invisible and immune from consequences when they are not.

The United States actually thinks we can win a war against BOTH Russia and China ... without help from European allies. Think about that for a second. Yes, ask the normal American and they think of it as just a game, as if there is some magical "reset" button if we fuck that up. No. There's not. And we cannot fight the entire planet. We cannot even win small proxy wars anymore. What in the HELL makes us think we can win a massive war with two other super powers!?

The US, quite frankly, has been a joke. A laughing stock for the last 30+ years as we outsourced all our industry and set up the Keynesian charade of debt dependency and hyper-monetary-inflation fiasco. When the US petrodollar is fully rejected - and it will be in due time - we will strike with furry ... AND WE WILL LOSE WITH FURRY.

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I agree with you, fellow /news/er. The U.S. have a proven record of fucking up wars and pulling out before that pussy is conquered, but lets settle down for a moment and both laugh at something.
>we will strike with furry