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  1. NO BOWS from Mr Trump to foreign dictators, royals (or NATO) (drb: I added NATO) NO BOWS http://www.theamericanmirror.com/great-unlike-obama-trump-doesnt-bow-saudi-king/ GREAT AGAIN: Unlike Obama, Trump doesn’t bow to Saudi kingMay 20, 2017 By Kyle Olson What a difference an election can make for the respect American leaders have for our country. There were two very different outcomes when two American presidents greeted the king of Saudi Arabia. All eyes were on President Trump today as he arrived in the country for his first foreign trip. Video shows the president stepping off the plane and greeting King Salman: Trump stood up straight as Salman appeared to bow slightly. Trump’s posture stands in stark difference to President Obama’s in the early days of his presidency. Cameras captured Obama bowing to King Abdullah, contorting nearly to a 90-degree angle in what many called a moment of American weakness: Trump’s behavior was refreshingly noticeable, as several Twitter users contrasted the two reactions. “Look carefully at these two photos,” recording artist Vinnie James wrote. “The one on the RIGHT is a lesson in American exceptionalism: @FLOTUS no hijab, @POTUS no kowtow.”
  2. This Rise / Air alignment looks just a little different here Here's another version of that Rise / Air map : http://www.shangrila-properties.com/the-rise-makati.html : Map : Restaurants nearby About the Tiara Oriental Hotel (right next to The Rise) : "The reason my company billeted me at this hotel is its proximity to RCBC Plaza, it's a mere .30 km. walk to our Makati Office and about 10-15min walk to shopping centers like Greenbelt, Glorietta, Landmark and SM. Tiara is a small business hotel with basic amenities. I've stayed here a couple of times already on official business or with my family, and I generally like the place. My latest stay, however, was not as pleasant as my previous ones. I stayed at room 509. The shower didn't have hot water and the towels they gave me were old and nasty looking. I stayed for 3 nights, I complained about the lack of hot water in the bathroom and the old, worn out towels, to no avail. Plus, internet connection was very poor in this part of the hotel. My own mobile wifi device could hardly get a signal. The room lights are dim and not conducive for reading. The pillows are not hard, but not soft either and the closet is pretty small. Anyway, on the positive side. I like the location of the room, it's a corner room with two big windows overlooking two corner streets. The size of the room is okay, it is clean, has big mirror and it has a mini bar..." THIS is from a History of Makati : https://www.pampubliko.com/background-briefings/view/urbanization-and-the-rise-of-makati Makati City in its entirety was never intended to be a reserve of the elites. It aimed principally to be an economically integrated district, which, given its function as a space of increasingly differentiated economic activity, could also cater to the needs of the city’s working classes, primarily those working in the service sector. Today, however, it is an increasingly polarized and socially segregated city, bringing into focus the wider geography of class inequality in Metro Manila. McMicking’s initial vision of New Makati, in contrast to Forbes Park, was to make this real estate development more accessible to wider strata of income brackets, which would then be integrated into the rest of Makati’s existing economic landscape. However, this master plan, even if conceived and implemented by private capital, turned out to be equally subject to change and contestation from other forces, just like any other urbanization plan. While there was every intention for New Makati and Makati to be paired into a nominally integrated district, rising land values in the 1950s made the choice area of New Makati more expensive than anticipated, such that only high-income families could afford to settle there. What Ayala offered was not just land for houses and offices, but an American lifestyle suburban development that was particularly desirable, to the point where demand outstripped supply, prompting Garrido to conclude that "postcolonial cities are dual cities not just because of global market forces, but also because of ideological currents operating through local real-estate markets."12 Segregation of the elite grew apace, and Makati today stands to highlight the divergence in the objectives and agendas of different social actors, as well as the microcosmic example of the urban arena as contested space.
  3. ISIS, can they really stop it? Defense Secretary Jim Mattis says President Trump's orders will annihilate ISIS Tom Vanden Brook , USA TODAY Published 3:31 p.m. ET May 19, 2017 | Updated 9:51 p.m. ET May 19, 2017 CLOSE U.S. Secretary of Defense James Mattis outlined a new strategy for combatting the Islamic State group. (May 19) AP (Photo: Jacquelyn Martin, AP) 4751 CONNECTTWEET 1 LINKEDIN 262 COMMENTEMAILMORE WASHINGTON — New approaches approved by President Trump to defeat Islamic State militants have begun to bear fruit, Defense Secretary Jim Mattis told reporters Friday. Commanders in the field have been given greater authority to press the fight without approval from Washington, and a tactical shift to "annihilation" from a war of attrition has thrown fighters from the Islamic State, or ISIS, on "their back foot," Mattis said. "We're there to drive ISIS to its knees," Mattis said. A military analyst, however, cautioned that the threat from extremists won't end even if ISIS is destroyed, and that good governments are key to stability in the region. Mattis, along with Marine Gen. Joseph Dunford, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and Brett McGurk, the presidential envoy to the coalition fighting ISIS, gave a generally upbeat assessment of the fight that began in 2014. That's when a U.S.-led coalition, mostly using warplanes, began pounding ISIS fighters who had gobbled up large chunks of Iraq and Syria in a largely uncontested fight. There are now thousands of U.S. troops on the ground in Iraq and Syria, mostly as advisers. Trump's order, Mattis said, has shifted the focus from surrounding ISIS fighters in their strongholds and waiting them out to attacking them and choking off their lines of retreat. Mattis described foreign fighters who have descended on the region, and threaten to return to their homes in places like Detroit and Paris, as a strategic threat. He noted that ISIS terrorists have been fought by dozens of countries from Southeast Asia to Africa.
  4. I will give the Kitco headlines here... Gold To Shine Next Week As Political Risks RemainKitco NewsMay 19 OPINION: Mystery Solved? Gold Over $1214 Gives $1550 As TargetMarketslant.comMay 19 RERUN Can Gold, Silver Momentum Hold Ahead of Fed’s June Meeting?Kitco Video NewsMay 19 GOLD SURVEY Wall, Main Street See More Gold Gains Amid U.S. Political ...Kitco NewsMay 19 Is Silver a ‘Strong Buy’ Right Now? This Analyst Thinks So…Kitco NewsMay 18 UPDATE: As Bitcoin Soars, Is It The New Safe-Haven Play?Kitco NewsMay 19 RERUN Gold Will Hit Major Resistance At This Level - ExpertKitco Video NewsMay 19
  5. THAT is what the latest wikileaks reveal see GodlikeProductions post Talks about how Sanders attacking Hillary and Bill's wealth did not fit the spirit of the agreement Remember when Sanders said: "I'm sick and tired of hearing about her damned emails" We should have known then that a Deal had been made
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    The Story of Your Enslavement

    "But a very different and more important question to understand who are their masters" Who do you think are the Masters of the Zionists? Some say their master is not of this planet
  7. Have you seen that Alex Jones has taken the opposite approach? He has asked people who DONT SUPPORT TRUMP, to call into his show, and explain why I haven't heard the whole thing. The calls start at about something like 33 minutes Maybe I am wrong, says Jones. But I don't think so, he continues
  8. Do people in Sweden still support the crazy policies? The documentary says something about "refugee overload", and policies to close the borders. It is about time ! Maybe if they stop now, they can over time, civilize the immigrants Meantime, the presence of the "invaders" might toughen-up the Swedes. They needed that
  9. Easy-peasey. She's a Woman. And it is her turn, after she graciously stepped aside and allowed Obama, to become the first black president. Now, in our steady march towards human progress and a brighter future, it is the time to elect a woman as president. Hillary's positioned herself for this perfectly. See how well she plans ?!
  10. Rather than making progress, some of the moves we see seem to be backwards, making things worse ! http://blogdogcicle.blogspot.hk/ The inevitable mark of the beast system is fully underway: – France introduced laws last year which restrict French citizens from making cash payments over €1,000 euros. Italy, Russia, Spain, Mexico, and Uruguay have all introduced similar laws that ban cash payments over a certain amount. – Earlier this week, the ECB Council voted to scrap the €500 euro bill, a decision that would reduce the amount of physical cash in circulation by around 30%, despite the fact that such a move “would be negative for the currency,” according to a Bank of America analysis. – Last month, Norway’s biggest bank DNB called for eliminating cash to “cut down on black market sales and crimes such as money laundering.” – In August last year, the Financial Times published an editorial which called for the abolition of cash altogether to, “Make life easier for a government set on squeezing the informal economy out of existence.” – At a secretive meeting in London last year, Kenneth Rogoff of Harvard University and Willem Buiter, the Chief Economist at Citigroup met with top central bankers to discuss phasing out cash. – Former Bank of England economist Jim Leaviss penned an article for the London Telegraph last April in which he said a cashless society would only be achieved by “forcing everyone to spend only by electronic means from an account held at a government-run bank,” which would be, “monitored, or even directly controlled by the government.” – The ultra-powerful Bilderberg Group also discussed the agenda to ban cash during its 2015 confab in Austria, a conference attended by numerous prominent bankers. Basically, we are witnessing the end of a strong global economy. Brought to a screeching halt by the billionaires that reaped its benefits.
  11. Can there be VICTORY without Mass Arrests? I have followed Fulford's reports for a long time. Remember this? That was over 4 years ago! Back then, he was talking about Mass Arrests which may start soon. We didn't see that. Ben said it would be the WDS Ninja's... Then, he said it would be white hats in the military... Recently, he asked the Canadians to march into Washington and make arrests (Sure, that is going to happen! I don't think so.) Even if we did see mass arrests, would there be any guarantee that those doing the arrests would be any better? It might be a coup d'etat by and even worse group. Be careful what you wish for !
  12. This Van Dyke character is a true scumbag Despite his pretty words and protests, he does not have the common decency to admit his debts, and repay them. Guys like this make loans more expensive for everyone, since the bank has to recover its losses somehow. He is a tax on the system, not a crusader
  13. Putin in Paris? Is this why? This is from the Fringe. Aren't people talking here?
  14. This is from the Fringe. Aren't people talking here?
  15. What's Simon Parkes up to? Doesn't he realize that GMOP are scamsters? GoldFish Report No. 41 The Ambassador Welcomes Simon Parkes: HUMANITY MUST SAVE ITSELF FROM THE DARK