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The collapse of Kiev

by Thierry Meyssan
PARIS (FRANCE)

6/23/23The fate of arms has decided. The moment of truth has spoken. The Ukrainian counter-offensive has failed miserably. NATO’s considerable armaments were useless. The battlefield is littered with corpses. All for nothing. The territories that joined the Russian Federation by referendum will remain Russian.
This “checkmate” not only marks the end of Ukraine as we have known it, but of Western domination that had staked its future on its lies.
The multipolar world may be born this summer at several international summits. A new way of thinking in which might no longer makes right.

The Most Dangerous Indictment in History | Opinion

For the first time in American history, the leading candidate to defeat the incumbent president has been indicted by the incumbent’s Justice Department. Former President Donald Trump has been indicted by a federal grand jury for illegally retaining classified government documents and obstructing justice.

This is a momentous occasion, and not only for President Trump. This moment portends a massive change in the norms of this nation that all Americans who care about the neutral rule of law should pay close attention to, for it raises the specter of the partisan weaponization of the criminal justice system—not just by the Democrats targeting Trump but by Republicans who will certainly retaliate when they regain control of the criminal charging process.

How do we know this is about political retribution, not the rule of law? Look at the case. One would expect that such an unprecedented criminal prosecution would be the strongest one in political history. And yet, what information we do have suggests a weak case that would never have been brought if it wasn’t being brought against Donald Trump.

Indeed, in my book Get Trump, I predicted that Trump would be indicted. But even writing a book about the massive attacks President Trump sustained from his political adversaries, I could not have imagined that the DOJ would suffice with a charge as meager as the mere possession of classified documents. I thought they would go after Trump over some process crime growing out of the investigation. I assumed that before proceeding, they would develop a far stronger case—certainly stronger than the extraordinarily weak case put forward by District Attorney Alvin Bragg in Manhattan.

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Former President Donald Trump greets supporters at a Team Trump volunteer leadership training event held at the Grimes Community Complex on June 01, 2023 in Grimes, Iowa. Trump delivered an unscripted speech to the crowd at the event before taking several questions from his supporters.SCOTT OLSON/GETTY IMAGES

It appears that I was wrong. I gave them too much credit.

The indictment has yet to be unsealed, and there is still a slim possibility that there is a smoking gun, as there was in the obstruction cases against Richard Nixon that led his Republican colleagues to demand his resignation. We will know better when the seven-count indictment is made public, presumably on Tuesday. But based on what we know now, this does not seem like a strong case, especially if it is based on the Espionage Act of 1917, as a charge of illegally retaining documents is…………

Ironically, the Espionage Act has been condemned by liberals, progressives, and Democrats since it became the open-ended weapon of choice aimed at political dissidents such as Eugene v. Debbs and other anti-war icons. It is vague and capable of being stretched to cover political enemies. So are the other two charges that have been referenced: conspiracy to obstruct Justice and lying to law enforcement officials.

Contrast these flimsy accusations with those made against Richard Nixon, which included bribing witnesses, destroying evidence, and other concrete crimes.

At the moment, there is no suggestion of such open and shut accusations. Instead, they seem closer to the accusations made against presidential candidate Hilary Clinton, which never resulted in an indictment.

In order for the public to believe that the soon to be disclosed indictment is not politically motivated, it must be far stronger than the cases that were not brought against other political figures and at least as strong as that against Nixon. That is a high bar, but it must be reached if our Justice Department is to maintain any semblance of impartiality.

It will not be enough to show technical violations that are sometimes prosecuted but often not. It is unlikely that the recoding of Trump showing classified material to a writer will suffice, unless prosecutors can establish the contents of these documents and that they were actually read by an unauthorized person. There must be evidence of willful conduct that violates clear and unambiguous laws and that gives honest prosecutors no choice but to indict.

I doubt that these rigorous but necessary criteria have been met in the current indictment against Trump, but I have an open if skeptical mind. As matters stand now, this “momentous” political case threatens to be a momentous challenge to our system of impartial justice.

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Dersh.Substack.com. He is the author of Get Trump: The Threat to Civil Liberties, Due Process, and Our Constitutional Rule of Law.

The views expressed in this article are the writer’s own.

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Russia signs deal to deploy tactical nuclear weapons in Belarus

Al Jazeera | 2023-05-25

Moscow and Minsk have signed a deal to formalise the deployment of Russian tactical nuclear missiles on Belarusian territory. Russia on Thursday said the step was driven by rising tensions with the West. “In the context of an extremely sharp escalation of

Sudan’s warring parties trade blame over truce breach

The Jordan Times | 2023-05-26

KHARTOUM — Sudan‘s warring sides accused each other on Thursday of being behind breaches of the latest ceasefire that was negotiated by the US and Saudi Arabia, now in its third day. The one-week truce was violated only minutes after it came into effect on

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White House and G.O.P. Close In on Deal to Raise Debt Limit and Cut Spending

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UN chief welcomes arrest of key fugitive of Rwandan genocide

Xinhua | 2023-05-26

UNITED NATIONS, May 25 (Xinhua) — UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres welcomed the arrest in South Africa of Fulgence Kayishema, one of the most wanted suspects of the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi in

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US accuses Wagner Group of supplying missiles to Sudan’s RSF

Al Jazeera | 2023-05-26

Washington, DC – The United States has accused Russia’s Wagner Group of providing surface-to-air missiles to the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces (RSF), one side in Sudan’s ongoing conflict that has displaced nearly 1.3 million people. Thursday’s allegation

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3 years after George Floyd’s murder, Biden urges Congress for police reform

Anadolu Agency | 2023-05-25

US President Joe Biden marked the three-year anniversary of George Floyd‘s murder by urging Congress to “enact meaningful police reform.” “I urge Congress to enact meaningful police reform and send it to my desk. I will sign it. I will continue to do

WAYNE ROOT: Everyone Has Missed Real Revelation of the Durham Report: Obama is the REAL ‘Big Guy.’ Obama is the Criminal Mastermind. Obama Committed Treason.

Former President Barack Obama speaks during an interview with CBS News. (CBS Mornings / YouTube screen shot)

By Wayne Allyn Root

We are living in an age of mass deception, distraction and denial, of mass brainwashing. We might as well all be living in Jonestown, Guyana and following the orders of Jim Jones.

That’s how bad it is. It’s all laid out right in front of us. But no one can see it. Or maybe no one wants to see it. The Durham Report is “the canary in the coal mine.”

It’s all Obama. It’s always been Obama. Obama is the REAL “Big Guy.” Obama is the REAL criminal mastermind. Obama was the head of the snake. Obama was the John Gotti of the US government, overseeing a massive criminal conspiracy. Obama was the head of the “Obama Crime Family.”

Obama committed TREASON.

And the worst part of all: Obama’s still in charge. Obama is pulling all the strings. He’s the one calling the shots. He’s the ventriloquist, speaking for the wooden dummy puppet Joe Biden. Obama is the real President of the United States, back for his third term.

I warned and predicted from the first day Obama appeared on the scene that my old Columbia University classmate was a Manchurian candidate, a radical Marxist put in place by the Deep State and globalist billionaires to destroy America.

In my #1 bestselling book back in 2013, “The Ultimate Obama Survival Guide” I reported Obama’s plan was to “boil the frog slowly.” To destroy America in small steps, to move so slowly that we wouldn’t notice we were being destroyed, until it was too late. Hillary Clinton was supposed to finish the job. Hillary’s election was supposed to be Obama’s third term.

But Donald J. Trump came along and ruined the plan. Trump became the first politician in history to beat a rigged election. That’s why Hillary and Democrats were so shocked. Obama rigged it, so Hillary could not lose.

How did Obama do that? In addition to the usual Democrat tricks of stuffing the ballot box in Democrat run inner cities, with no Voter ID and no signature match, Obama spied on the Trump campaign.

But Trump brought out more working and middle-class voters than any candidate in history. He beat the rig. He won even though Obama spied on him. Even though Obama knew everything Trump was doing and planning- and gave it all to Hillary.

Enter Russia Collusion.

See the Durham Report. We now know for a fact this was a fraud made up by Hillary. We also know that Hillary laid out this scam to Obama and Biden in the Oval Office. Obama gave his approval. Then Obama rigged the game even further- making sure his handpicked DOJ and FBI would never prosecute these high crimes.

Obama also made sure they’d continue spying on the now President Trump. And use the weaponized federal government filled with Obama hacks to target, frame, demonize and destroy Trump the president.

But wait, there’s more. I may despise Obama, but I also respect him. Because he’s brilliant. He ran the country like John Gotti ran his crime family. Nothing happened under Obama without him knowing.

So, when Durham reports Obama’s FBI was not allowed to prosecute Hillary for her Clinton Foundation crimes (extorting world leaders), obviously Obama gave that order too. Obama knew everything Hillary was doing- she was his Secretary of State. And you can bet Obama got a piece of her corrupt loot in return for allowing her to do it, and for killing any DOJ/FBI investigations.

And if Obama knew about Hillary’s crimes extorting world leaders, you can also bet he knew about the Joe Biden “Big Guy” scam. Joe was his Vice President. You think Joe and his slimy son Hunter ran around the world extorting money from world leaders and Obama didn’t know about it? You can bet Obama got a piece of Biden’s corruption too.

 

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Russia, China, Iran, Pakistan hold US, allies responsible for ‘disastrous situation’ in Afghanistan

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The New Arab | 2023-04-13

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Alleged leaks about UK special forces in Ukraine could ‘endanger lives’

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US intelligence leak complicates summit with South Korea

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Afghanistan unable to stop TTP from using its soil: Khawaja Asif

 

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Louisville shooting: Bank gunman told he would be fired, sources say

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Volcanic erupts in Russia, ash cloud seen up to 10 km height

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Egyptian FM set to visit Turkey as relations thaw

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Biden Heads To Northern Ireland At Delicate Political Juncture

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Pentagon chief vows to cooperate with South Korea following US intel leak report

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Macron criticised for saying Europe should take independent stance on Taiwan

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Mexican officials to hold talks in U.S. on fentanyl smuggling -president

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Finns vote as far right aims to unseat PM Sanna Marin

Khaleejtimes | 2023-04-02

Finns began voting on Sunday in legislative elections that could see the country take a dramatic turn to the right, as centre-right and anti-immigration parties vie to unseat Social Democratic Prime Minister Sanna Marin. After the breakthrough by nationalists

 

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Mike Adams’ Situation Update, Mar 16, 2023 – Global financial CONTAGION is a runaway train wreck (feat. Gregory Mannarino) (1hr 14min, with notes)

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Date: Thursday, 16-Mar-2023 15:57:44
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0:00 Intro
3:35 Lead Contamination
12:00 Banking Crisis
30:05 Cancer Study
37:10 Pension Failures
40:20 Interview with Gregory Mannarino

– Latest news on the potential collapse of Credit Suisse and the imploding banking system
– Lead testing results for popular Moringa products sold on Amazon.com
– Why BANANAS are anti-cancer superfoods (yum yum!)
– Why PENSIONS are in deep trouble as banking failures accelerate and spread globally– Bombshell interview with Gregory Mannarino about global financial contagion
– Credit Suisse looks likely to FAIL, causing counterparty risk across the USA
– How US banking asset shortfall could reach $4 trillion as the Fed raises interest rates
– #Crypto connection? Two of three failed US banks were crypto leaders… targeted?
– Why Mannarino urges people to get out of fiat and into silver, gold, crypto or other hard assets
– Mannarino’s predictions for Federal Reserve interest rate action this year
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Alberta Expecting Another Gusher in Budget Ahead of Provincial Election

 

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The Observer | 2022-10-09

North Korea has fired two short-range ballistic missiles toward its eastern waters, the latest of its recent barrage of weapons tests, a day after Pyongyang warned the redeployment of a US aircraft carrier near the Korean peninsula was inflaming regional

 

 

 

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Key bridge linking Crimea to Russia hit by huge explosion

The Guardian | 2022-10-08

Images show fiercely burning train carriages and collapsed road sections on the Kerch bridge after blast heard early on Saturday .

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Dissatisfaction with Scholz administration growing

Free West Media | 2022-10-09

German satisfaction with the traffic light coalition has reached new heights since they took office in December 2021. At 68 percent, more than two thirds are less or not at all satisfied with the work of the SPDGreens and FDP, as the ARD Deutschlandtrend has

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Gambia police launch inquiry into cough syrup deaths

Hindustan Times | 2022-10-09

Police in Gambia on Saturday announced they were launching an investigation into the deaths of dozens of children, amid growing concern over imported medicines. Following the deaths of 66 children, most from acute kidney failure, police said in a statement

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Pressure on Putin grows as his ‘jewel in the crown’ bridge to Crimea is blown up

The Observer | 2022-10-09

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Opec+ cut shows widening gulf between Biden and Saudis

Dawn | 2022-10-09

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Russia says three killed in Crimea bridge blast, army leadership changed

Korea Times | 2022-10-09

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US asked Hungary to invade Serbia – President Vucic

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Coups d’état as Instrument of France Non-grata in Africa: The Cases of Mali and Burkina Faso

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Jailed Belarus activist, Russian and Ukrainian groups awarded Nobel Peace Prize

Irish Independent | 2022-10-07

This year’s Nobel Peace Prize has been awarded to jailed Belarus human rights activist Ales Bialiatski, the Russian group Memorial and the Ukrainian organisation, Centre for Civil LibertiesBerit Reiss-Andersen, chairwoman of the Norwegian Nobel Committee,

 

 

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Trump Special Master Reveals New Plan After Appeals Court Ruling

By Zachary Stieber
September 22, 2022 Updated: September 22, 2022

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Malawi Police welcomes country’s first Albino officers – Voa News

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Russian oil executive dies in fall from Moscow hospital window

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IMF set to provide $2.9 billion to help crisis-hit Sri Lanka

Metro USA | 2022-09-01

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Malaysia’s former first lady Rosmah sentenced to 10 years in jail for graft

Gulf News | 2022-09-01

 

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Kazakhstan leader seeks snap presidential vote with 7-year term

Al Jazeera | 2022-09-01

AP / Mark Schiefelbein

“Thug And Accomplice Of US”: China Slams UN Body Over Rights Abuse Report

NDTV | 2022-09-01

 

AP / Ben Curtis

Ethiopia, Eritrea forces launch new offensive in Tigray: TPLF

Al Jazeera | 2022-09-01

 

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Over three million children at risk after massive floods in Pakistan: Unicef

The Times of India | 2022-09-01

 

 

 

 

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Judge bars U.S. agencies from enforcing LGBTQ guidance

Journal Tribune | 2022-07-16, 22:06

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Biden vows ‘strong’ climate action despite dual setbacks

Journal Tribune | 2022-07-16, 22:06

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Gulf Leaders Welcome Biden’s Words on Long-Term Partnership in Middle East – State Media

Urdu Point | 2022-07-16, 22:04

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The New Arab | 2022-07-16, 22:04

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USA Today | 2022-07-16, 22:02

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French public figures accuse new minister of homophobic comments

The Star | 2022-07-16, 21:56

PARIS (Reuters) – More than 100 French public figures have signed an open letter denouncing what they said were homophobic remarks by a recently appointed government minister. Read full story 

Italy’s COVID-19 cases surpass 20 mln

The Star | 2022-07-16, 21:56

ROME, July 16 (Xinhua) — Italy‘s Ministry of Health reported nearly 90,000 new coronavirus infections Saturday, bringing the country’s total number of officially diagnosed cases to 20.08 million since January 2020. Read full story 

Sri Lanka announces vacancy for President’s post

The Telegraph India | 2022-07-16, 21:47

Sri Lanka’s Parliament held a special session on Saturday to start the process of electing a new President on July 20 following the resignation of Gotabaya Rajapaksa, who has fled the country. Acting President Ranil Wickremesinghe

NSW flood plain harvesting rules won’t protect environment, government advisers warn

The Guardian | 2022-07-16, 21:47

Officials raised concerns water level targets would not ensure river health or meet needs of downstream communities, documents show Get our free news app , morning email briefing and daily news podcast The Perrottet government has been warned by its own

Sixty-three-year-old jobseeker forced to make 250km round trip to keep welfare benefits

The Guardian | 2022-07-16, 21:47

Woman from Yorketown in South Australia has been referred to a job agency in Kadina under new Workforce Australia program Get our free news app , morning email briefing and daily news podcast A 63-year-old woman from regional South Australia needs to make a

Australian government wrongly cancelled citizenship of man on death row in Iraq, family claim

The Guardian | 2022-07-16, 21:47

Ahmad Merhi, who travelled from Sydney to Syria and is accused of joining Islamic State, says he is now stateless as he awaits hanging Get our free news app , morning email briefing and daily news podcast The former Coalition government wrongly cancelled the

Tool to assess jailed terrorists before release criticised as unreliable and prejudicial to Muslims

The Guardian | 2022-07-16, 21:47

Offenders may be kept in prison after serving sentence, but wrongly made order ‘almost always amounts to arbitrary detention’, rights group argues Get our free news app , morning email briefing and daily news podcast A tool used by authorities to assess the

Ukraine on her mind as high jumper goes for gold at worlds

The News-Gazette | 2022-07-16, 21:42

EUGENEOre. (AP) — It took her three days by car to escape from Ukraine after the war started. Champion high jumper Yaroslava Mahuchikh can only guess at how long it will take to get back. On her way out, Mahuchikh heard gunfire and could sometimes see shells

US soprano, offended by blackface, pulls out of Italy opera

Wtop | 2022-07-16, 21:41

ROME (AP) — Soprano Angel Blue says she won’t perform in an opera in Italy this month because blackface was used in the staging of a different work this summer on the same stage. The U.S. singer posted a note on her angeljoyblue Instagram page saying she will

Pakistani officials: Body found of second abducted hostage

Wtop | 2022-07-16, 21:41

QUETTA, Pakistan (AP) — Separatist insurgents in Pakistan’s restive southwestern Baluchistan province have killed a hostage from the family of an officer who was abducted and killed earlier this week, officials said Saturday. Baluchistan has long been

Maryland church groups in Panama headed home amid civil unrest

Wtop | 2022-07-16, 21:41

Construction union workers protest in support of striking teachers in Panama City, Wednesday, July 13, 2022. Panamanians have taken to the streets in protest for more than a week, building upon anger over fuel prices that have nearly doubled to make known

North Macedonia parliament OKs deal; EU talks start July 19

Wtop | 2022-07-16, 21:41

SKOPJE, North Macedonia (AP) — North Macedonia has approved a French proposal that opens the way for negotiations to join the European Union and overcome Bulgarian objections. There were 68 votes in favor of the proposal in the 120-member chamber, with the

Britain’s Prince Harry to keynote Mandela day UN celebration

Wtop | 2022-07-16, 21:41

UNITED NATIONS (AP) — Britain’s Prince Harry will address the U.N. General Assembly at its annual celebration Monday of Nelson Mandela International Day and is expected to speak about the legacy of the South African anti-apartheid leader who spent 27 years in

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Dollar Edges Higher on Safe-Haven Bid, Euro Drops

 

 

 

 

 

Freemasons source says the whole fake Biden administration is a performance designed to wake up the sleeping sheeple.

 

General Christopher Miller Secretary of Military and Head of the Provisional Military Government of the United States confirms US elections on November 3, 2020 were won by President Donald Trump in all 50 states. The Deep State tried to fake them and the Media reported that Joe B. he has won them over. BUT! The official ballot was electronic watermarked, which the counterfeiters were unaware of. So every vote cast for President Trump was recorded on a quantum server and the fate of each ballot is known. The Military Alliance, which stands behind President Trump, decided to show people how deeply corrupt all government institutions are, and since then, we’ve been watching a movie that really aims to open our eyes and wake us up so this never happens again. So, on January 20, 2021. at 12:00 noon the United States was taken over by a military government led by Secretary of Military General Christopher Miller and Commander-in-Chief, the lawfully elected President Donald Trump. Until the November 2020 elections, General Cr. Miller was Director of the National Counter-Terrorism Service, a student of General Michael Flynn. The role of the fake Joe B is played by three actors… Also, his entire “crew” is a cast selected by President Trump’s team. All his ministers are actors whose actions have no legal value. Including this fake military minister who visits Bulgaria and causes such a fuss – Lloyd Austin. All these actors are talking and doing as President Trump and the White Hat Military are telling them to do. This whole show is about waking people up and doing a lot of work behind the scenes. The White House and Capitol and all federal buildings in Washington have been empty and closed as of January 20, 2021. These people have never set foot there, nor have they any access to the Pentagon! They are ACTORS ! Russia and the United States have been allies in all wars so far. It’s all just propaganda from the last remnants of globalism. The new global Alliance of White Hats controls the situation of the entire planet. Soon it will all be over! In a few days time!

 

Babylon is Surrounded

 

 

 

The Fall of Cabal is HERE. Babylon is BURNING.

Published March 19, 2022
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‘In Russia, in the Kaluga region, a replica of the Tower of Babel was burned. According to biblical tradition, the Tower of Babel is mankind’s first attempt to build a world empire that would unite all the peoples and nations that inhabited the earth. It is mankind’s first attempt to challenge God and take His place. It was God Himself who destroyed the tower. The fact that Russia has just now decided to burn a replica of the Tower of Babel has a clear symbolic meaning. Russia is telling the lords of the Kabbalah that their “dream” of building a world government has finally gone up in smoke. Russia is letting the whole world know that the New World Order is defeated.’

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India police to question Amazon executives in probe over marijuana smuggling