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Russia – The Lone Defender of Christians Under Brutal Attack

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I was born on December 31, 1962.

America would soon have a President assassinated less than a year later. We were in the middle of the Vietnam war that would last 13 more years. I was taught that the only good Communist was a dead Communist.

I am a product of the Cold War.

So you can imagine my surprise when I read that the leader of the former Communist country Russia was doing something that I could only wish our leaders in the western world would do.

The representative of the Russian Orthodox Church has told Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin this week of the urgent situation Christians are facing around the world in persecution hot spots, and has asked him to use his power to aid their situations.

RT online reported that Metropolitan Hilarion, foreign relation chief of the Russian Orthodox Church presented evidence and statistics that stated, “Every five minutes one Christian was dying for his or her faith in some part of the word.”

Christians face persecution in many nations; from church demolition in Afghanistan and bombings of churches in Iraq, to the violence against Christians taking place in rebellious towns in Syria.

A Christian being crucified for his faith by terrorists in Syria

After delivering the facts, Metropolitan Hilarion asked Putin to make protection and defense of Christianity around the globe a major part of his foreign policy.

And, as reported by Interfax, Putin replied, “You needn’t have any doubt that that’s the way it will be,” assuring Hilarion that Russian foreign policy would defend Christians from persecution abroad.

Putin has spoken openly of his faith, noting that most of Europe is rooted in Christianity, and that a denial of this is embarking on a path of “renouncing” their roots. Putin believes that Russia is the new leader in supporting Christian values and morals.

Now my cold war upbringing makes me cynical and even today our media paints this man as a thug, however I must confess – even if it is propaganda, I wish I would see this type of propaganda coming out of our own American leaders.

Russia Breaks Huge Story: ISIS is Supported by the U.S. and Nato Allies, Detailed Evidence Of ISIS-Turkey Oil Trade

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It’s well known in awakening circles that the terrorist group known as ISIS or ISIL is an American financed and led organization. This was conclusively demonstrated in a recent full length investigation by David Wilcock which you can read here.

Recently, Russia held a ground breaking press conference presenting even more evidence ISIL is being funded by oil production in Turkey and else where. Further, that military forces in countries presently fighting ISIL have said that they could defeat the terrorist group if it were not for the support of the US and it’s allies. In other words, the biggest hurdle to defeating ISIL is the US.

This is a damning indictment for the false war on terror propagandized in western media. It’s even being reported covertly by some mainstream outlets such as News Week:

Russia’s defense ministry on Wednesday accused Turkish President Tayyip Recep Erdogan and his family of being involved in the Islamic State militant group’s (ISIS) illegal oil trade, as the war of words between Moscow and Ankara continues over Turkey’s downing of a Russian warplane near the Syrian border in November.

“The main consumer of this oil stolen from its legitimate owners, Syria and Iraq, is Turkey,” Deputy Defense Minister Anatoly Antonov told journalists in Moscow, AFP news agency reported. “According to available information, the highest level of the political leadership of the country, President Erdogan and his family, are involved in this criminal business.” – News Week

This is a huge development which needs to go viral so as to help awaken those duped into thinking the war on terror is a legitimate effort.

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If This Ever Happens You Know You’re Days Away From Nuclear War

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Nuclear War

If This Ever Happens You Know You’re Days Away From Nuclear War

It’s no secret that the world is on the brink of a significant paradigm shift. With the economy in shambles and the United States, Europe, China and Russia vying for hegemony over global affairs, it is only a matter of time before the powder keg goes critical.

As was the case with World Wars I and II, the chess pieces are being positioned well in advance. It’s happening on all levels – monetary, financial, economic, geo-political. Lines are being drawn. Alliances are being cemented.

We know that a widespread depression is sweeping across just about every nation on earth. The complete collapse of the world we have come to know as it relates to commerce and consumption is a foregone conclusion. We may not know exactly when or how the final nail is driven into the coffin, but we know it’s happening right before our eyes.

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Throughout history, when countries have fallen into destitution and despair, their leaders have often resolved their domestic plights by finding foreign scapegoats. This time will be no different – for all parties involved.

In the following interview with Infowars’ Alex Jones, Joel Skousen of World Affairs Brief   leaves nothing to the imagination and outlines what we can expect as East and West face off in coming years.

The trigger is clear. What will follow is nothing short of thermo-nuclear warfare on a massive scale.

The trigger event has to be North Korea… North Korea is the most rogue element in the world and yet it’s been given a pass by the U.S…

Over 50 Countries Found Guilty Of Aiding CIA Torture Program

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53 countries have been accused of being complicit in the CIA's torture program

Extraordinary rendition and detention is when a detainee is transferred to the custody of another country without a legal process.

At least 54 countries, including 21 European nations, were found by the Open Society Justice Initiative to have enabled the CIA by allowing travel through an airbase, having illegally transferred detainees into US hands for the purpose of interrogation or torture.

Some of these countries were found to have hosted “black sites” where the CIA has used waterboarding and other forms of enhanced interrogation.

Several countries complicit in CIA torture program

Third Bataclan attacker identified as Foued Mohamed-Aggad who visited Syria in 2013

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Sources named the attacker, who died in the assault, as 23-year-old Foued Mohamed-Aggad from Strasbourg who went to Syria with a group of other young people in 2013

Foued Mohamed-Aggad

A third man who attacked the Bataclan concert hall in Paris on November 13 has been identified as a 23-year-old from Strasbourg who went to Syria with a group of other young people at the end of 2013, a judicial source and other officials said on Wednesday.

Sources close to the situation named the attacker, who died in the assault, as Foued Mohamed-Aggad. Prime Minister Manuel Valls confirmed on BFMTV that the man had finally been identified.

Other members of the group that went to Syria were arrested and imprisoned in May 2014 after their return, the sources said.

Mohammed-Aggad’s older brother Karim, who also visited Syria, is in jail in France, the judicial source said.

The Bataclan shootings were part of a co-ordinated attack around Paris that killed 130 people.

 

Islamic State, the militant group that now controls large parts of Syria and Iraq, claimed responsibility.

The other two attackers at the Bataclan, among seven in all who died in the assaults around the city, have been named as Samy Amimour, 28, from Drancy, north east of Paris, and Ismail Omar Mostefai, 29, who lived in Chartres, south west of Paris.

Amimour also spent time in Syria, as did the presumed ringleader of the Nov. 13 attackers, Abdelhamid Abaaoud, 28, a Belgian of Moroccan origin who was killed the following week in a police raid near Paris.

Another attacker, Salah Abdeslam, 26, French and born in Brussels, is still on the run.

What on Earth landed in Mexico?

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Allegedly, a dead extraterrestrial humanoid was as found among other charred debris after a fireball exploded in the sky above Ichmul, Yucatan, in Mexico, causing power faults.

The Yucatan Peninsula was, alarmingly, where a huge asteroid or comet is believed to have struck 65 million years ago, killing off the dinosaurs.

It is also where several meteors have previously fallen and where many unidentified flying objects (UFOs) have been reported.

“the object reportedly brought mass panic to the rural area after burning in brilliant blue and green colors before crashing.

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Large fragments were found, including what some people said looked like hollow bits of machinery, plus the charred form that appeared to have two legs.

Officials later said tests showed that the material was found up of usual meteor composition, but alien investigators remain unconvinced.

fireballexplosionmexicoThe object exploded in September 2013, but was not widely publicized at the time, further adding to the suspicions of Scott C Waring, editor of UFO Sightings Daily.

He posted details of the shocking discovery online.
He said: “Now this was a such a powerful meteor that fell that power everywhere nearby blacked out, but I want to say this looks like ancient alien technology.

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Look at the body of what looks to be an alien skeleton drone, robot or space suit, because there is no way even an alien body could withstand falling from space and still look this good.

“The people who found it all over said they found “parts” all over the ground…they didn’t use the word pieces, which means they thought they looked like technology.”

Remarking on another picture, he said: “It looks like the helmet for an alien or even more likely an alien robot.

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Source @  www.conspiracyclub.co

At Least 72 Homeland Security Employees on Terrorist Watchlist

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At Least 72 Homeland Security Employees on Terrorist Watchlist

The United States terrorist watchlist includes the names of 72 employees at the Department of Homeland Security, according to one Democratic lawmaker.

Rep. Stephen Lynch (D-Mass.), who was one of 47 Democrats in the House of Representatives to support a GOP bill that would increase the screening of refugees from Iraq and Syria, claimed that DHS has major problems within its own system.

During an interview with Boston Public Radio, Lynch said an investigation was conducted in August by the Office of the Inspector General, which revealed that 72 of the individuals on the U.S. terrorist watchlist were DHS employees.

Back in August, we did an investigation—the Inspector General did—of the Department of Homeland Security, and they had 72 individuals that were on the terrorist watch list that were actually working at the Department of Homeland Security. The director had to resign because of that.

Lynch also said an investigation was conducted into the practices of the Transportation Security Administration in eight airports, and it resulted in a 95 percent failure rate.

“We had staffers go into eight different airports to test the department of homeland security screening process at major airports,” Lynch said. “They had a 95 percent failure rate. We had folks—this was a testing exercise—we had folks going in there with guns on their ankles, and other weapons on their persons, and there was a 95 percent failure rate.”

Lynch used previous DHS failures as an example for why he supported the American Security Against Foreign Enemies Act when it passed in the House 289 to 137 on Nov. 19. The bill, which President Obama haspromised to veto, would require the DHS secretary, the FBI director and the director of national intelligence to clear each refugee before that individual is admitted to the United States.

“It’s a very simple bill, I know that it’s got subsumed within a larger discussion about immigration policy, but basically, the bill we voted on was a very short bill—four pages in length,” Lynch said. “It said that the director of national security shall review the vetting process as being conducted by both the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security.”

Rachel Blevins