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Hillary:The Movie

Perfect pedigree for U.S presidency.
Pt1 of 9 dur:10min


Filed under: Media_Alternate, Politics, Video


Filed under: Media_Alternate, Video


Filed under: Media_Alternate, Video

The Occult vs. The Underground

The Owls are not what they seem
To understand politics with a hidden agenda, it is essential to understand the difference between the Occult and the Underground. These two political terms are not synonymous; in fact they operate as opposites. In the American political struggle between those who want total control and those who want Liberty, the Occult is in a life and death conflict with the Underground. You must understand the difference between the two or you will forever be lost with the ignorant masses. Both of the terms: the Occult and the Underground imply out of sight, that is, out of sight from the ignorant masses. You must uncover these factions and focus on their unseen operations and then choose sides or return to your life of bliss among the ignorant masses.more


Filed under: Conspiracy, Politics

Jews against Freedom of Speech

German Jewish Group Sues YouTube
The Central Council of Jews in Germany requested that a Hamburg court issue a cease-and-desist order against Google for disseminating what it claims are anti-Semitic videos that incite “racial hatred and discrimination” on its YouTube Web site. source
Watch and judge yourself, personally, I see much worse propaganda on everyday mainstream TV.

Filed under: Education

Undeniable Proof of Real Aliens

Filed under: Conspiracy

A Final Step Toward US Dollar Collapse

& Preemptive Nuclear Strike
by Daniel L. Abrahamson
The Anglo-American oligarchs and their shadow government moles inside the Pentagon are desperate to stop the Iranian bourse and seize control of the oil in the tiny region Khuzestan (containing 90% of Iran�s oil wealth). The possibility of a false-flag terror attack or joint Israel-U.S. strike during the months of May or June appears more grave than ever before. Recent mainstream reports of TOPOFF 2 drills in Chicago and a wave of other drills in May and June may indicate the final planning for a synthetic terror attack is complete. Additionally on July 18, the Defense Department is wargaming a military strike on Iran. The Asia Times reports, this particular war game is the fifth in a series that has also included exercises related to a purported avian-influenza pandemic and a crisis in Pakistan� Will the Iranian Oil Bourse be the final straw that inspires one of these drills to go live? Will the potential dollar collapse usher in the next stage in insane neocon push toward World War Three? – more

Filed under: 911, Conspiracy, Education, Environment, Media_Alternate, Politics

The Black Sheep

If you have been following world events, then you must be aware of the pro-Israel lobby influencing/controlling US politics, and we all know that all U.S Presidential candidates have to suck up to AIPAC, ADL and Co.

Here in Australia these matters are a bit more transparent, so when we hear Howard or Rudd07 receiving rewards, having forests in Israel named after them, or celebrating 60 years of hostile occupation and genocide then we may raise an eyebrow. What is our relationship with Israel, why are we so committed to supporting one of the most notorious human rights violators? Have you asked yourself, why?, if not then look into life in Palestine ? Maybe then, like Julia Irwin, your conscience will sway your blind alliance.


PM lauds Israel, but urges peace

KEVIN Rudd praised Israel’s democratic achievements as parliament yesterday commemorated Israel’s 60th anniversary and stressed the need for an independent and economically viable Palestinian state .

The House of Representatives passed with bipartisan support a government motion marking the anniversary in May, with only Labor backbencher Julia Irwin abstaining from the vote in a protest at human rights abuses by Israel.

The motion left Labor bitterly divided, with Ms Irwin and several affiliated left-wing unions attracting savage criticism for using the occasion to attack Israel.

The Prime Minister was briefly interrupted as he commenced his speech by a female protester in the public gallery who shouted, “What about the UN resolution?”, before being escorted from the house. Mr Rudd said that while Israel’s history had been marked by bloodshed, there had been signs of hope.

He paid tribute to former Labor prime minister Ben Chifley and foreign minister Bert Evatt for their roles in helping to establish the state of Israel.

“The 60 years since the establishment of Israel have been full of challenges and full of trials,” Mr Rudd said. “Similarly the process of the emergence of a Palestinian state has come along a tortuous path – there has been too much bloodshed.”

Brendan Nelson said Australians should remember the freedoms for which Israelis had fought. “In a region of the world that is characterised more by theocracies or autocracies, Israel and the state of Israel is the custodian of the most fragile and yet powerful of human emotions,” the Opposition Leader said. “That is hopeful belief in the freedom of man, freedom of speech, freedom of religion and freedom of assembly.”

ACTU secretary Jeff Lawrence and Australian Workers Union chief Paul Howes dissociated themselves from left-wing colleagues who put their names to an advertisement in The Australian yesterday condemning the bipartisan motion.

Mr Lawrence said individual unions were entitled to their views, but the ACTU did not endorse the advertisement’s claims that Israel’s anniversary celebrated “the triumph of racism and the ethnic cleansing of Palestinians”, or that Israel had poisoned the West’s relations with “the whole of the Arab and Muslim world”.

“We have tried to take a balanced position that supports the right of Israel to exist and a negotiated settlement for the establishment of a Palestinian state,” Mr Lawrence said.

Mr Howes went further, saying he could not understand how Ms Irwin or any of his union colleagues could “line up in support of Hamas”.

Among those endorsing the anti-Israel advertisement were the Construction Forestry Mining and Energy Union and the Maritime Union of Australia. Individuals included former Labor MP Margaret Reynolds and South Australian Democrat Sandra Kanck.

Ms Irwin told The Australian she could not “congratulate a nation which commits human rights abuses each day and shows blatant disregard for the UN”.

Ms Irwin said at least 10 of her ALP colleagues and four Coalition parliamentarians had congratulated her on her stand.

Filed under: 911, Conspiracy, Cultural_Studies, Education, Media, Media_Alternate, Politics


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