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Here we go - typical words used prior to attack - similar to Bush & Blair before Iraq war

 

US calls North Korea ‘clear & present’ threat, urges China to deal with Pyongyang

https://www.rt.com/news/390695-north-korea-un-blacklist/

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Veterans today do spin out some BS but thought this article wasn't too bad and shows what we'll all up against sooner or later,

 

http://www.veteranstoday.com/2017/06/02/government-by-psychotronics/

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Here we go - typical words used prior to attack - similar to Bush & Blair before Iraq war

 

US calls North Korea clear & present threat, urges China to deal with Pyongyang

https://www.rt.com/news/390695-north-korea-un-blacklist/

 

Been simmering there since Iran and dprk started trading secrets around 2007.

http://thediplomat.com/2017/05/a-closer-look-at-iran-and-north-koreas-missile-cooperation/

 

Yet another pocket of geopolitical influence where the US has become largely irrelevent, with south korea now seriously considering formally acknowledging stronger ties with China in place of the now politically toxic ties with the US (if they do, the cia will try and 'coup' them).

http://www.cnbc.com/2017/05/03/anger-grows-in-south-korea-over-us-anti-missile-system.html

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...........Yet another pocket of geopolitical influence where the US has become largely irrelevent, with south korea now seriously considering formally acknowledging stronger ties with China in place of the now politically toxic ties with the US (if they do, the cia will try and 'coup' them).

 

Probably sensible idea because if US carries out a preemptive strike on North Korea then it's going to be South Korea and other neighboring countries that pays the price. US is relatively safe until North Korea gets itself some stealth subs with nukes.

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...........Yet another pocket of geopolitical influence where the US has become largely irrelevent, with south korea now seriously considering formally acknowledging stronger ties with China in place of the now politically toxic ties with the US (if they do, the cia will try and 'coup' them).

 

Probably sensible idea because if US carries out a preemptive strike on North Korea then it's going to be South Korea and other neighboring countries that pays the price. US is relatively safe until North Korea gets itself some stealth subs with nukes.

As far as ive seen their buildup is mostly defensive in nature.

 

The only country building up a massive aggressive military is China, with at least double digit increases in spending yoy.

 

And they definately have visions of a new Chinese empire.

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HERE's A GOOD ANSWER - to the claims in this thread the the US is a laughing stock

 

(This is from in an Opinion column in today's Malaya Business Insight, in the PH):

 

Trump's unlikely gift to Europe - by Gayle Tzemach Lemmon

 

EXCERPTS

"FIVE letters grabbed the head headlines over and over in Germany this week: T-R-U-M-P"
. . .

America may have been one of the founders of the G20, but the band* sounds ready to move on without it lead vocalist - or at least hum a different tune while the United States sings its own tune.

 

in just about every conversation, Trump's name was mentioned not as an example, or even as a punch line, but as a source of potential danger - a leader who does not care much about rules-based order, cooperation across borders on on issues as climate change or what the idea of "global governance" means...

. . .

So whether intentionally or not, Trump has managed to do something rare among American presidents; unify the Europeans, galvanize the globalizers, and offer future G20 leaders a chance to define themselves in contrast to an America no longer at the center of global cooperation."

 

- Ms Lemmon may be working with Reuters

===========

 

Clearly, Trump is Not a Laughing stock, he is a (feared? & effective?) change-maker. Thank God.

The globalist vision spouted by Ms. Lemmon horrifies me.

The Paris accord was a bad deal signed by Obama, and never voted for by Congress (where it would have failed).

If that is her idea of "global governance", it is frightening. Thank God for President Trump and his America first nationalism.

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Trump "feared".....

 

Yes, Merkels comments that he is a useless imbecile and the US can no longer be relied on to keep the "free world" safe has definately triggered a lot a fear.

That's not a fear of Trump though.

Its a fear that the world is a "big bad place" filled with people like me waiting and working on taking it over. And people generally fear change.

 

"The times when we could completely rely on others are, to an extent, over,"

 

I'll not reprint directly what they are writing in the german press, because you'd probably blow a gasket. But its a more extreme version of:

 

 

http://www.spiegel.de/international/world/donald-trump-is-the-most-dangerous-man-in-the-world-a-1075060.html

Donald Trump Is the World's Most Dangerous Man

Donald Trump is the leader of a new, hate-filled authoritarian movement. Nothing would be more harmful to the idea of the West and world peace than if he were to be elected president. George W. Bush's America would seem like a place of logic and reason in comparison.

 

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For me Trump has spoilt his opportunity by going against his important claims that the US will no longer interfere in the affairs of other Nations – then he bombs an abandoned airfield in Syria for deploying chemical weapons. It is highly unlikely that Assad would be stupid enough to do such a thing when he has the upper hand against CIA / MI6/ Saudi funded ISIS

 

Like all politicians they can NEVER be trusted they all have to bow to the pressure of the Ruling Class. I doubt any softly softly approach to cleaning the Washington Swamp will ever work.

 

If the ruling class NWO agenda isn't going to plan then they’ll cause division around the world that may well lead to WWIII. The cryptocurrencies look like a dry run to a digital world currency.

 

We know that the UK and US will not wait around for North Korea and any other nation for that matter, to be in a position where they can equally threaten one and other. In my opinion they’ll carry out a pre-emptive strike on NK before too long, unless of course he abandons his nuclear programs.

 

I’m not sure the US is a laughing stock but it has lost its way and Trump’s character combined with the psychopathic ruling classes is not a good mix. Perhaps this is all intentional since nothing in politics happens by chance

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"For me Trump has spoilt his opportunity by going against his important claims that the US will no longer interfere in the affairs of other Nations – then he bombs an abandoned airfield in Syria..."

 

Not much damage there, and no followthru (yet)

 

Why does almost ho one talk about Trmp's need to consolidate power?

To me, this has been the #1 ISSUE since he took power. He had a very tenuous grip on power from day 1,

and has had to make many compromises to function at all, But I think his power is growing, and he is beginnning to get his own agenda moving

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I hope you're right Dr B and agree he has likely had to make many compromises to survive. At the moment Trump has a long way to go to prove to me he's the genuine item of positive change we all look for. Ultimately I think Trump will fail as they all do - they will either wear him down, force him down or he'll simply run out of time and support. Trump must wonder why he jumped into the hornets nest at his age.

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"For me Trump has spoilt his opportunity by going against his important claims that the US will no longer interfere in the affairs of other Nations then he bombs an abandoned airfield in Syria..."

 

Not much damage there, and no followthru (yet)

 

Why does almost ho one talk about Trmp's need to consolidate power?

To me, this has been the #1 ISSUE since he took power. He had a very tenuous grip on power from day 1,

and has had to make many compromises to function at all, But I think his power is growing, and he is beginnning to get his own agenda moving

Perhaps the most sensible thing you have said in a long time.

 

But worth bearing in mind the US presidency isnt so much of a position of power as a symbol of power, in his case a symbol that the US branch has lost all its power.

All the US institutions from tax collection to the central bank are privately owned by the families that founded them in the days of colonisation, military is mostly a law unto itself and the senate and house always have their own priorities, to which Trump has nothing to offer as exchange.

 

his problem, and the reason the ruskies put so much effort getting him there more than anything is he has no political capital and no means to acrue any, doing so takes many decades.

 

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Political_capital

 

Obama struggled massively and he had 20 years of favours to call in. Trump is starting from less than zero.

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Thought I'd post this Dollar Vigilante article about this years Bilderberger meeting in Washington - they make a comment about Trump being an insider.....The video is funny as they try to interview the tight lipped attendees. Apparently some did comment more openly in another video.

 

Personally I agree Trump is an insider working to an agreed agenda - "The Impression of truth and Change" - where nothing of interest will or can actually change in my opinion. A bit like the impression of Brexit Exit - we shall see. If Corbyn wins he'll water down the exit to the point it makes little or no difference - he might even call a second referendum.

 

Post can be found on DollarVigilante.com

 

 

06/05/2017

 

 

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I have just returned from my 3rd Bilderberg conference and… wow, that was different!

The first Bilderberg I attended was in 2015 in Telfs, Austria and the entire town was turned into a military zone. You couldn't walk five feet without out seeing a police van, humvee, tanks and black helicopters. And, we were tracked, detained and searched constantly.

Last year was in Dresden, Germany and while they did not shut down the entire town, the area surrounding the Bilderberg hotel was clearly a militarized zone and we really couldn't walk a block without being stopped, searched, photographed and threatened by the police. They even searched our room while telling us when no cameras were near that they were going to physically hurt us.

So, when I found out two weeks ago that Bilderberg was going to be held in Washington, District of Criminals (or just outside it in Virginia) I was not looking forward to going.

That, though, was the first change. Normally, Bilderberg announces the location of its meetings months in advance. This year we found out about it from a tip from Charlie Skelton of The Guardian who had somehow heard from an insider.

The agenda, too, is normally released weeks in advance. This time it was released just a few days prior detailing the attendees and discussion points.


It was held at the Marriot hotel in Chantilly, Virginia, and as per tradition I booked a room for the night before lockdown for myself, Luke Rudkowski of We Are Change and Dan Dicks of Press For Truth.

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There wasn't too much to note the day before lockdown. There certainly wasn't 16,000 military and police in the vicinity as it was in Austria. But, as we sat down at the bar a man who introduced himself as Patrick, Head of Security, welcomed us, "Hello Dan, Luke and Jeff, I just want to make sure we don't have any problems here." he said.

He then went on to tell us that his kids are big fans of ours and even as Dan and I finished a live stream, which he sat watching live at the bar, he proclaimed, "Great show!" to us.

"This is really, really weird," I said to Dan and Luke.

They looked around suspiciously and nodded.

As we were escorted out, with security even coming up to our room to make sure we had everything, there wasn't too much out of the ordinary.

As we walked out they were putting up the barricades and fences as security detail from numerous different companies all poured in.

It turned out it wasn't much needed though!

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While thousands came to protest in Austria and hundreds in Germany, this year there were… well, that guy.

Even InfoWars, which has been renamed InfoWhores by most people I know now, barely had any presence.

Luke Rudkowski smirked, "This is normally their Super Bowl! Where are they?"

They did end up sending one or two lackeys down… but not to protest Bilderberg per se. It was to hold a Donald Trump rally, showing just how far down the toilet bowl they have gone as shills.

Apparently, they didn't notice yet that Trump is an insider just like Obama and Bush, nor did they notice at least four of Trump's chosen people were happily attending the meeting including his 25-year Rothschild buddy Wilbur Ross.

One thing stayed mostly the same though. And that was the secrecy of the attendees. Luke Rudkowski put together a perfect montage of some of the world's most powerful people walking as fast as they can while trying not to make eye contact with the 3 or 4 independent media people who were there to ask questions.

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As usual, the mainstream Fake News media made no mention of Bilderberg. That's mostly because they were actually inside the meeting getting their marching orders for the year.

The Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, Bloomberg and others were all there but will never tell you they went. Interestingly, mostly financial media, likely getting ready for the great planned collapse likely due this or next year.
Bilderberg's old guard are all passing or about to pass, including recently gone to hell David Rockefeller and Zbigniew Brzezinski. And soon to be turning into dust with a scent of sulfur, Henry Kissinger.

The new guard seems much more technocratic. Eric Schmidt, Peter Thiel, and even CERN attending for the first time this year. Commence conspiracy theories on that!

So, what's my take on all the changes at Bilderberg?

I think it is all the result of technological change.

As for there being no protestors… why physically protest in today's day and age? What does more damage to their agenda? A man getting sunburned and pepper sprayed while holding a "F*ck You Kissinger!" sign? Or a dank meme on the internet that might get seen by millions?

On that note, one of the main topics at Bilderberg was, "The War on Information," so expect continued censorship and AI removal of more anti-system memes, articles, and videos in the future. In fact, it's already well underway.

What about the dramatic lack of security? Well, as I pointed out, there weren't any protesters and there weren't even more than a handful of independent media. And InfoWhores was just there to throw a Trump party.

And, if they've done any research into Dan, Luke and I, anytime they attack us it makes them look really bad… so I think they decided to play nice this year. In the internet age the more you try to attack and censor people the bigger their audience will get.

And, as for the meeting itself… even it is fairly outdated. People like Eric Schmidt probably have access to the world's best cryptographic security. And, we saw when we snuck into the actual meeting room in Austria, on stage there weren't any podiums. It is a giant, bigger than we've ever seen, flat screen television… where key players likely teleconference in under the most secure channels to give the 120 or so attendees their agenda for the year.

You couldn't do that 20 years ago… which created the need for a Bilderberg conference.

Now, everything can be done virtually. Including enslaving the entire planet under a one world government, currency, religion, and tax system.

And that was surely the overarching topic of those in attendance this year.

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So, when I found out two weeks ago that Bilderberg was going to be held in Washington, District of Criminals (or just outside it in Virginia) I was not looking forward to going.

 

That, though, was the first change. Normally, Bilderberg announces the location of its meetings months in advance. This year we found out about it from a tip from Charlie Skelton of The Guardian who had somehow heard from an insider.

 

The agenda, too, is normally released weeks in advance. This time it was released just a few days prior detailing the attendees and discussion points.

ROFL.

Posit:They couldn't afford the security required.

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" they will either wear him down, force him down or he'll simply run out of time and support." - Y

 

I was thinking like that about 4-6 weeks ago.

But I think we are seeing some evidence that he is (re) gaining power and confidence

 

+ he has some real accomplishments: Supreme Court justice, TPP killed, immigration falling, higher stock prices, more jobs

+ those who signaled they were abandoning their support of him after the Syrian missile attack have seen more positive than negative things since then, and seem willing to give him a second chance

+ He seems to have decided to ignore McMaster, and go back to Bannon as a key adviser, at least on some issues

+ Kushner's star seems to be fading

+ His willingness to pull the plug on the Paris accord, is a sign of growing confidence

+ The increasing humiliation of his old opponents like H3llary, Obama, John McCain etc, could leave him as the last man standing

+ Putin (in his interview with Megan Kelly) seems to understand that Trump needs to sort out domestic battles before meeting Putin face-to-face. or even talking via normal channels

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" they will either wear him down, force him down or he'll simply run out of time and support." - Y

 

I was thinking like that about 4-6 weeks ago.

But I think we are seeing some evidence that he is (re) gaining power and confidence

 

+ he has some real accomplishments: Supreme Court justice, TPP killed, immigration falling, higher stock prices, more jobs

+ those who signaled they were abandoning their support of him after the Syrian missile attack have seen more positive than negative things since then, and seem willing to give him a second chance

+ He seems to have decided to ignore McMaster, and go back to Bannon as a key adviser, at least on some issues

+ Kushner's star seems to be fading

+ His willingness to pull the plug on the Paris accord, is a sign of growing confidence

+ The increasing humiliation of his old opponents like H3llary, Obama, John McCain etc, could leave him as the last man standing

+ Putin (in his interview with Megan Kelly) seems to understand that Trump needs to sort out domestic battles before meeting Putin face-to-face. or even talking via normal channels

 

I admit that there does seem to be some improvement and swing back to his original agenda. Whether this is for real or apparent time will tell

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" they will either wear him down, force him down or he'll simply run out of time and support." - Y

 

I was thinking like that about 4-6 weeks ago.

But I think we are seeing some evidence that he is (re) gaining power and confidence

 

+ he has some real accomplishments: Supreme Court justice, TPP killed, immigration falling, higher stock prices, more jobs

+ those who signaled they were abandoning their support of him after the Syrian missile attack have seen more positive than negative things since then, and seem willing to give him a second chance

+ He seems to have decided to ignore McMaster, and go back to Bannon as a key adviser, at least on some issues

+ Kushner's star seems to be fading

+ His willingness to pull the plug on the Paris accord, is a sign of growing confidence

+ The increasing humiliation of his old opponents like H3llary, Obama, John McCain etc, could leave him as the last man standing

+ Putin (in his interview with Megan Kelly) seems to understand that Trump needs to sort out domestic battles before meeting Putin face-to-face. or even talking via normal channels

+immigration falling

-US is not an attractive place to visit, including the worlds best and brightest cancelling educating in the US, this is not a positive thing if you live in the US.

-his support base is largely irrelevent. Does anybody really care about them even now?

+mcmaster and bannon

-clearly well informed rational people there. would you really call up bannon and ask for his advice?

+paris accord

-definately sanctioned. theyve been looking for a way out since global cooling was discussed at the last bildeberg meeting

+Putin

-yes trump should keep out of world affairs and assume their rightful 3rd or 4th place.

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................"definately sanctioned. theyve been looking for a way out since global cooling was discussed at the last bildeberg meeting"

 

Absolutely, it's amazing how they've managed to hoodwink the world with fake science about global warming for so long. Spraying a type of volcanic ash (fly ash, a bye product from coal fired power stations) in order to reflect sunlight, amongst other things, will create numerous unintended consequences - like shifting the jetstream causing odd weather as well as contributing to global cooling and who knows it might also be messing with the magnetic poles. Furthermore Nano particles of Aluminium, Strontium and Boron are neurotoxins which pass straight though the lung membrane and blood brain barrier - something else the Governments will have to deny to avoid being sued.

 

Governments are only just starting to admit that Geo-Engineeering is real, but doesn't work, according to UK Government opinion - its not technically or commercially viable. but they still claim CO2 is the issue - still hanging onto the lies for some reason.

 

According to Simon Parkes chemtrailing is preventing certain energies changes within the sun from reaching earth and hence upgrading our DNA, hmm

 

Perhaps Trump has know about the climate con all along.

 

If someone says we need to live in a clean, pollution free environment then I would go along with that, but the polluting Corporations, corrupt pharmas and large toxic food producers will not go along with that. Helping people live a long healthy life scares the Ruling Class, Governments and Pension firms, lol

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................"definately sanctioned. theyve been looking for a way out since global cooling was discussed at the last bildeberg meeting"

 

Absolutely, it's amazing how they've managed to hoodwink the world with fake science about global warming for so long. Spraying a type of volcanic ash (fly ash, a bye product from coal fired power stations) in order to reflect sunlight, amongst other things, will create numerous unintended consequences - like shifting the jetstream causing odd weather as well as contributing to global cooling and who knows it might also be messing with the magnetic poles. Furthermore Nano particles of Aluminium, Strontium and Boron are neurotoxins which pass straight though the lung membrane and blood brain barrier - something else the Governments will have to deny to avoid being sued.

 

Governments are only just starting to admit that Geo-Engineeering is real, but doesn't work, according to UK Government opinion - its not technically or commercially viable. but they still claim CO2 is the issue - still hanging onto the lies for some reason.

 

According to Simon Parkes chemtrailing is preventing certain energies changes within the sun from reaching earth and hence upgrading our DNA, hmm

 

Perhaps Trump has know about the climate con all along.

 

If someone says we need to live in a clean, pollution free environment then I would go along with that, but the polluting Corporations, corrupt pharmas and large toxic food producers will not go along with that. Helping people live a long healthy life scares the Ruling Class, Governments and Pension firms, lol

The whole global warming thing was a fascinating tale of incest, disinformation, lobbying and a nice anecdote for future generations of the dangers of defunding public science and leaving large corporations to do all the research.

It started as I understand it with the British discovering oil in the North Sea in the mid 60s. Some bright spark had the idea that telling everyone an ice age was coming would be great to stimulate demand after everyone cut back during the OPEC debacle:

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Then as their oil fields started to run dry at the end of the 90s big oil started to invest heavily in "alternate energy" such as solar, and AGW from CO2 was born as the way to change behaviours and stimulate purchases of their new products.

 

Now the Chinese totally own the renewable energy market, energy consumption in western markets is falling like a stone and they are in total confusion as to what to do or say next.

 

I don't even blame the politicians, cute little hippy girls with highly professional presentations and a "you can save us story" can melt the heart of even the hardest right wing nut job.

 

Obviously Trump was never a target of that marketing.

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The whole global warming thing was a fascinating tale of incest, disinformation, lobbying and a nice anecdote for future generations of the dangers of defunding public science and leaving large corporations to do all the research.
It started as I understand it with the British discovering oil in the North Sea in the mid 60s. Some bright spark had the idea that telling everyone an ice age was coming would be great to stimulate demand after everyone cut back during the OPEC debacle:
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It goes back even further to around 1870 when cars could be run cleaner and more efficiently on Ethanol than Gasoline. It is less corrosive where most cars can run on Ethanol with a simple adjustment.

 

We can thank the Rockefellers & Ford s for killing off ethanol when they gave some $4m to a group to fight for prohibition and bribe congress.

 

 

Not only that we’ve allowed these large criminal corporations to control the science, regulations and laws so they can pollute and poison everything they touch – all for money and power , where limited life span and regular illness is a convenient intended consequence.

 

The Rothschilds, Rockefellows and Royal criminals have a lot to answer for including global warming hoax blamed on human CO2 emissions – just another elaborate tax scam – you cannot tax the sun so easily.

 

The Rothschild’s were responsible for funding much of Russia’s large industrial expansion, no surprise they done the same with Asia and alternative energy.

 

As you say it’s all connected with the Oil cartels and criminal Royals, Global warming, Pollution, Chemtrailing, vaccines, germ warfare, drugs and depopulation - They've got to keep the gentiles in a constant state of panic, fear ignorance and illness

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The whole global warming thing was a fascinating tale of incest, disinformation, lobbying and a nice anecdote for future generations of the dangers of defunding public science and leaving large corporations to do all the research.It started as I understand it with the British discovering oil in the North Sea in the mid 60s. Some bright spark had the idea that telling everyone an ice age was coming would be great to stimulate demand after everyone cut back during the OPEC debacle:screenhunter_389-may-21-04-08.jpg

 

It goes back even further to around 1870 when cars could be run cleaner and more efficiently on Ethanol than Gasoline. It is less corrosive where most cars can run on Ethanol with a simple adjustment.

 

We can thank the Rockefellers & Ford s for killing off ethanol when they gave some $4m to a group to fight for prohibition and bribe congress.

 

 

Not only that weve allowed these large criminal corporations to control the science, regulations and laws so they can pollute and poison everything they touch all for money and power , where limited life span and regular illness is a convenient intended consequence.

 

The Rothschilds, Rockefellows and Royal criminals have a lot to answer for including global warming hoax blamed on human CO2 emissions just another elaborate tax scam you cannot tax the sun so easily.

 

The Rothschilds were responsible for funding much of Russias large industrial expansion, no surprise they done the same with Asia and alternative energy.

 

As you say its all connected with the Oil cartels and criminal Royals, Global warming, Pollution, Chemtrailing, vaccines, germ warfare, drugs and depopulation - They've got to keep the gentiles in a constant state of panic, fear ignorance and illness

Ethanol is a nice technology, the problem is in the production. Its basically inefficient bio based solar. Whereas crude is stored from millenia of solar.

Cars are really a distraction. Even today, with all the worlds cars, one super tanker consumes as much crude getting from China to the US as all the worlds cars consume in an entire year (or something crazy like that). and theyve been doing that trip since the 1800s.

 

ok, 16 supers.

 

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-1229857/How-16-ships-create-pollution-cars-world.html

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.........one super tanker consumes as much crude getting from China to the US as all the worlds cars consume in an entire year (or something crazy like that). and theyve been doing that trip since the 1800s..

 

Interesting but crazy stat, but not far off, even worse in terms of pollution.

 

Fuel Consumption of Tanker - 12k to 37k litres/hr

 

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Even worse in terms of pollution!!

 

Big polluters: one massive container ship equals 50 million cars (Back to the Corrupt Corporations calling the shots)

http://newatlas.com/shipping-pollution/11526/

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(Back to the Corrupt Corporations calling the shots)

And therein lies the nub.

Big corporations becoming the toys of a very new breed of business and businessmen, ones who dont need oil, or factories or workers or even governments to protect themselves and prosper.

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THE LEFT's Beliefs are 'structured like a dream' - says Gilad Atzmon

 

"If you try and wake them up, they get antagonized, and want to go back to sleep."

Trump woke some up, and also got some to buy into another dream of nostalgia - "make America great AGAIN"

 

INTERVIEW- Gilad Atzmon : With Mike Rivero at What-Really-Happened

MP3-wrh-tu3 : http://media.blubrry.com/rbn/p/content.blubrry.com/rbn/stream_2017-06-05_165955.mp3

 

Jeremy Corbyn has many similarities with Bernie Sanders:

+ he has much support from the young, who have little experience of the world

+ like Bernie, he never worked a day in his life at a "real" job

 

In the past, the Left tried to Unite people, but then they switched,

and instead pushed ideas of Identity politics (and claims of victimization)

Now, we are busy fighting each other

 

Politicians (like Hillary) are now "committed to big money, and not to us"

 

The contrast he sees, is like that between Athens, and Jerusalem.

Another interview:

Gilad Atzmon - Being in Time: Jerusalem & Athens

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Bubb, you're US based arent you?

 

Have you been to vermont? Do you know anyone there?

 

Its the only state ive been to that half felt like a decent place to live. (under the assumption Bernie and his politics are connected to Vermont)

 

Its also the only state i dont have dumb American slaves working long hours with no holiday to pay my taxes and keep me in helicopters.

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Bernard Sanders (born September 8, 1941) is an American politician who has been the junior United States Senator from Vermont since 2007. Sanders is the longest serving independent in U.S. congressional history. Since his election to the House of Representatives in 1991, he has caucused with the Democratic Party, which has entitled him to congressional committee assignments and at times given Democrats a majority. Sanders became the ranking minority member on the Senate Budget Committee in January 2015; he had previously been chair of the Senate Veterans' Affairs Committee for two years. Since January 2017, he has been Chair of the Senate Democratic Outreach Committee. Sanders's campaign against Hillary Clinton for the party's 2016 U.S. presidential nomination raised more money in small, individual contributions than any other in American history, and helped him rise to international recognition. A self-described democratic socialist, Sanders is pro-labor and emphasizes reversing economic inequality.[3][4] Many scholars consider his views to be more in line with social democracy and New Deal-era American progressivism than democratic socialism.

Sanders was born and raised in the Brooklyn borough of New York City and graduated from the University of Chicago in 1964. While a student he was an active protest organizer for the Congress of Racial Equality and the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee during the Civil Rights Movement. After settling in Vermont in 1968, Sanders ran unsuccessful third-party campaigns for governor and U.S. senator in the early to mid-1970s. As an independent, he was elected mayor of Burlington—Vermont's most populous city of 42,417 in 2010—in 1981, by a margin of ten votes. He went on to be reelected as mayor three times. In 1990, he was elected to represent Vermont's at-large congressional district in the U.S. House of Representatives, where he co-founded the Congressional Progressive Caucus in 1991. He served as a congressman for 16 years before being elected to the U.S. Senate in 2006. In 2012, he was reelected with 71% of the popular vote. Polls indicate that he is among the senators most popular with their constituents, ranking third in 2014 and first in both 2015 and 2016.
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> wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bernie_Sanders

 

Without ever having to work at a real job, Bernie successfully sold his Leftist dreams to the "good" people of Vermont

 

THIS state and its motto are the Real business:

 

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Granite state residents are not dreamers to the extent of Vermonters

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