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Masons and Islam in the Vatican – Leo Zagami







In this episode, I again interview writer and researcher, known for his internet “Confessions” since 2006, Leo Lyon Zagami. Leo is the Grand Master of the Ordo Illuminatorum Universalis, who are considered by many the good side of the Vatican illuminati, and what is an official association and Order now based in Florence (Italy). In this episode, Leo makes some apocalyptic revelations about the New World Order, the Illuminati, the Vatican, and the revelation that 40 Catholic Cardinals have allegedly converted to Islam. He says that the Koran was recited in the Vatican in front of the Pope for the first time this year as well.

Alex Jones Show: Friday (9-26-14) Doug Casey








On the Friday, September 26 edition of the Alex Jones Show, Alex wraps up the week reflecting on the geopolitical ramifications of Obama's unconstitutional war on Al Qaeda, now called IS, ISIS, or ISIL, and the US military's move to allow illegal immigrants to serve. Jones continues dissecting exiting US Attorney General Eric Holder's attacks on the Constitution, and exposes why the FBI has taken Apple and Google to the woodshed for introducing encryption on their devices. On today's show, Alex welcomes best-selling author and world-renowned philosopher Doug Casey to break down his libertarian perspective on the growing tensions between the US and Russia over Ukraine, the trend of nations asserting their independence and how he thinks the government is clamping down on our financial freedoms. Jones also covers other breaking news items and takes your calls on this global transmission.

David Icke : Welcome to Perpetual War on Terror

The David Icke Videocast Trailer 28th September 2014








Considered one of the classics of conspiracy research, David Icke has spent the last quarter of a century unraveling the secrets of the universe, reality and the forces that manipulate our world. After writing more than 20 books, David Icke has driven on with his unrelentless investigation into subject areas that others don't dare touch. Icke joins us for a short segment to shares his thoughts on the latest pedophile network scandal in Rotherham, England. The lives of 1,400 White British girls in Rotherham have been sacrificed on the altar of political correctness and helped to once again expose the giant multicultural lie. Ann Cryer, a courageous former Labour MP for Keighley, was one of the first to raise the alarm in 2003 when she complained about gangs of Pakistanian pimps recruiting young British girls at the gates of schools in her constituency. Despite these and many other warnings, it took the police and authorities 11 years to act on this information. Despite these young girls calling out for help, being abused sexually, getting addicted to drugs and used in the most horrible conditions, it was political correctness and fear of being denounced as a “racist” that prevented action to be taken against these unspeakable crimes. David talks about how the how the Blair government opened the flood gates of immigration into the UK in order to change the country and the culture. Towards the end, we discuss British colonialism and why it’s a major error to believe that these kinds of atrocities is sound “payback” for what people have been told happened during the time of the British Empire. When will people turn their back on political correctness, realize that multiculturalism is a tool for the globalists and cease the endless double standards?




World Bank Warns of GLOBAL CRISIS! Fed Could Trigger Panic SELLOFF!

In this global economic CRISIS, there are those who will benefit. You will not be one of them. Bankers in Europe have been scheming to create new ways to revive the economy. It seems that their austerity didn't work and now they have to conger up new methods. Undoubtably, if history is any guide we can be rest assured that the individual citizens will receive the short end of the stick. If any central banks raise interest rates to a reasonable level, the economies will crash. This is a foregone conclusion.






 The world is facing a global jobs crisis that is hurting the chances of reigniting economic growth and there is no magic bullet to solve the problem, the World Bank warned
U.S. taxpayers have spent $22 trillion on Johnson’s War on Poverty (in constant 2012 dollars). Adjusting for inflation, that’s three times more than was spent on all military wars since the American Revolution.
The War on Poverty After 50 Years
EU seeks billions of euros to revive economy
Poland's 700-billion-euro ($907 billion) 'European Fund for Investments' to the European Central Bank's plan to resurrect the EU's market for asset-backed securities
WALL STREET: The Fed's First Rate Hike Is Coming In Q2 2015

Top 5 Reasons to Prosecute Bush and Cheney | Jesse Ventura Off The Grid - Ora TV

Top 5 Reasons to Prosecute Bush and Cheney | Jesse Ventura Off The Grid - Ora TV




There must be a million reasons to throw George W. Bush and Darth Cheney in the slammer, but Jesse Ventura homes in on these Top Five. What crime will take the Number One spot? Find out today on #OffTheGrid! Got a question for the Governor? Ask him at http://www.ora.tv/offthegrid/askjesse.

Who Is REALLY Behind ISIS?






As bombs start dropping in Syria and Iraq, the world is once again being asked to cower in fear of a shadowy terror group that most people hadn't heard of just a few months ago. But even the most cursory examination of ISIS's past, its connections, and the actors populating it reveal a very different story than the one we are being asked to believe in. Fake terrorists. Foreign backers. False flags. Meet the new boogeyman, same as the old boogeyman.

Why Are not we Bombing Saudi Arabia Instead ?







The U.S. promises a “Long Campaign,” with the bombing of the Islamic State in Syria and Iraq. The Obama Administration has the support of other Arab nations, but the most important support comes from Saudi Arabia. Remember last year when the Obama Administration backed out of bombing Syria. Top Saudi officials were quoted as saying that they were “stabbed in the back” by President Obama. Fast forward to today and rumors of Saudi Arabia to stop using the petro dollar when selling oil. No doubt the Saudis threatened to pull the plug on the dollar. Now, it looks like this bombing deal in Syria will prolong the use of the dollar when buying and selling oil, at least for a while. Eric Holder announced he is quitting his job as Attorney General. My question is why now? I guess it could be any number of things such as the “Contempt of Congress” case that is proceeding. It could also be the “Fast and Furious” case that a federal judge just ruled that there can be no more delays with providing records. It may also be the IRS targeting that, in reality, is felony First Amendment criminal activity to suppress political opponents. The top commander of NATO says there is cease-fire in Ukraine in “name only.” You have not heard much on this subject, but it too, is far from over. Russia is now drafting some new laws in response to the sanctions from the West over Ukraine. Russian lawmakers want to seize property of foreign companies inside Russia.

The Iraq War From The Frontline






Mission Accomplished: Langan in Iraq (2004) - The definitive grassroots view of the Iraqi invasion. Seven months after war was declared over, journalist Sean Langan arrived in Iraq. He spent three months living in the notorious Sunni triangle, deftly moving between resistance fighters and the American troops. Travelling where few journalists dare to go and filming alone, the producer has captured a rare grassroots view of the war still raging across Iraq.

Are the Russians and Chinese getting ready for War?

MESSAGE TO NATO Russian military conducts coastal defense drills




 Russian military sent a message to NATO by conducting coastal defense drills and testing various anti ship missiles. The Armed Forces of the Russian Federation (Russian: Вооружённые Си́лы Росси́йской Федера́ции, tr. Vooruzhonnije Síly Rossíyskoj Federátsii) are the military services of Russia, established after the dissolution of the Soviet Union. On 7 May 1992, Boris Yeltsin signed a presidential decree establishing the Russian Ministry of Defence and placing all Soviet Armed Forces troops on the territory of the RSFSR under Russian control.[5] The commander-in-chief of the armed forces is the president of Russia. Although the Russian armed forces were formed in 1992, the Russian military dates its roots back to the times of the Kievan Rus'.
The number of troops is specified by decree of the President of Russia. On 1 January 2008, a number of 2,019,629 units, including military of 1,134,800 units, was set.[6] In 2010 the International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS) estimated that the Russian Armed Forces numbered about 1,040,000 active troops and in the region of 2,035,000 reserves (largely ex-conscripts).[7] As opposed to personnel specified by decree, actual personnel in the forces and paid was reported by the Audit Chamber of Russia as 766,000 in October 2013.[1] As of December 2013, the armed forces are at 82 percent of the required manpower.[8]
According to SIPRI, Russia spent nearly $72 billion on arms in 2011. Russia is planning further increases in its military spending, with draft budgets showing a 53% rise in real terms up to 2014. However, SIPRI adds that many analysts are doubtful whether the industry will be able to deliver on such ambitious plans after decades of stagnation following the collapse of the Soviet Union.[9]

Procurement[edit]
See also: Defence industry of Russia and List of countries by military expenditures
About 70% of the former Soviet Union's defense industries are located in the Russian Federation.[51] Many defense firms have been privatized; some have developed significant partnerships with firms in other countries.
The recent steps towards modernization of the Armed Forces have been made possible by Russia's economic resurgence based on oil and gas revenues as well a strengthening of its own domestic market. Currently, the military is in the middle of a major equipment upgrade, with the government in the process of spending about $200 billion (what equals to about $400 billion in PPP dollars) on development and production of military equipment between 2006-2015 under the State Armament Programme for 2007-2015 (GPV — госпрограмма вооружения).[52] Mainly as a result of lessons learned during the August War, the State Armament Programme for 2011-2020 was launched in December 2010. Prime Minister Putin announced that 20-21.5 trillion rubles (over $650 billion) will be allocated to purchase new hardware in the next 10 years. The aim is to have a growth of 30% of modern equipment in the army, navy and air force by 2015, and of 70% by 2020. In some categories, the proportion of new weapon systems will reach 80% or even 100%.[53] At this point, the Russian MoD plans to purchase, among others, up to 250 ICBMs, 800 aircraft, 1,200 helicopters, 44 submarines, 36 frigates, 28 corvettes, 18 cruisers, 24 destroyers, 6 aircraft carriers, and 62 air defense battalions. Several existing types will be upgraded.[53][54]
As of 2011, Russia's chief military prosecutor said that 20% of the defense budget was being stolen or defrauded yearly.[55]

Personnel
As of 2008, some 480,000 young men are brought into the Army via conscription in two call-ups each year. The term of service is 12 months. Eligible age is 18 to 27 years old.
Deferments are provided to undergraduate and graduate students, men solely supporting disabled relatives, parents of at least two children and — upon Presidential proclamation — to some employees of military-oriented enterprises. Men holding Ph.D. as well as sons and brothers of servicemen killed or disabled during their military service are released of conscription.
There are widespread problems with hazing in the Army, known as dedovshchina, where first-year draftees are bullied by second-year draftees, a practice that appeared in its current form after the change to a two-year service term in 1967.[28] According to Anna Politkovskaya, in 2002, "a complete battalion, more than five hundred men, had been killed not by enemy fire but by beatings”.[29] To combat this problem, a new decree was signed in March 2007, which cut the conscription service term from 24 to 18 months.[30] The term was cut further to one year on 1 January 2008.[30]
Thirty percent of Russian Armed Forces' personnel were contract servicemen at the end of 2005.[31] For the foreseeable future, the Armed Forces will be a mixed contract/conscript force.[31]



Dealing with Iraq / ISIS .. George Galloway vs Jacqui Smith vs Michael Portillo (26Sept14)

Respect MP George Galloway versus expenses fiddler ex-Labour MP Jaqui Smith, versus ex-Tory MP Michael Portillo on dealing with the ISIS terrorists in Iraq, idiots the West created. Recorded from BBC1 HD, This Week, 25 September 2014.




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