from Silver Fortune:
BOOM!!! Grand Jury of 23 U.S. Citizens to Hear Evidence of WTC Buildings 1, 2 & 7 Explosive Demolitions on 9/11/01
9/11 Breakthrough: After 17 years, is the Dam About to Break?
Barbara Honegger and Richard Gage join me to discuss the incredible turn of events in the 9/11 investigation; as the real evidence will soon be viewed by a Special Grand Jury.
by Joe Martino, Collective Evolution:
The Facts:The Clinton’s have reverted to Groupon, selling tour tickets for half-price or less in order to get butts in seats at their events. Seems low ticket sales and empty stadiums was where their tour was headed.
Reflect On:Are people waking up to the reality of who some politicians are? Are we seeing through the mainstream media’s narrative controlling enough to change our actions? Are we truly awakening? We feel it!
When Bill and Hillary Clinton decided to go on a speaking tour in what appeared to be an attempt to stay relevant, they received a great deal of backlash from people asking them to ‘go away already.’ At first, you might imagine that they will sell tickets anyway, there are enough people who voted for her and supported her and will go see them… right?
by Catherine Frompovich, Activist Post:
“The man who lives under the servitude of laws takes, without being aware of it, the soul of a slave.”
… Georges Ripert (April 22, 1880 – July 4, 1958) a lawyer in France
Have the people of France finally had enough of the apparent New World Order agenda being forced upon them by the former Rothschild’s banker, current-but-probably-not-much-longer, French President Emmanuel Macron?
How Macron was elected ought to become a “Problem>>Reaction>>Solution” lesson plan on geopolitics at the global level, since the European Union probably is a ‘testing milieu’ for the NWO push to fulfillment of the grand plan as seemingly catalogued in the United Nations Agenda 21 and Agenda 2030, in my opinion.
by Shane Quinn, Global Research:
The New York Times unveiled a new slogan early in 2017 titled, “The truth is more important now than ever.” It has acquired a seemingly noble motto but a perhaps contentious one if we examine the Times’ recent history. Two international law specialists, Howard Friel and Richard Falk, published a book after the 2003 Invasion of Iraq called The Record of the Paper, which has scarcely been reviewed.
Friel and Falk focused on the Times due to the newspaper’s importance. The authors point out that in 70 Times editorials on Iraq – from September 11, 2001 to March 20, 2003 – the words “international law” and “UN Charter” were never mentioned. The “truth” did not seem terribly “important” as the Times stood idly by in the destruction of Iraq.
from Russia Insider:
US broadband is shockingly expensive compared to other countries.
Russia provides some of the cheapest internet access in the modern world according to new research. At less than $10 USD per month internet is significantly cheaper than both internet in China at $41 USD per month, and USA at $67.69 per month.
It’s starting to make sense why the Western governments constantly blame “Russian hackers” for all their problems, with internet access at these prices it’s hard not to feel jealous.