Saturday, July 20, 2019

Donors To Hillary Clinton & Democrats Connected To Child Sex Trafficking, Matching A Disturbing Pattern Of Pedos And Rapists Linked To The Left


by Susan Duclos, All News Pipeline:

On April 6, 2018 the U.S. federal government seized ad listing service and affiliated websites, “as part of an enforcement action by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the U.S. Postal Inspection Service, and the Internal Revenue Service Criminal Investigation Division, with analytical assistance from the Joint Regional Intelligence Center,” the notice states when one clicks onto

Trey Gowdy – Cut Off FBI’s Money, 2147


from The Still Report:

Unconfirmed: Polish Prosecutors Seize €400 Million Amid Allegations Bitfinex Is Implicated In Fraud


from Disobedient Media:

News is emerging of the seizure of €400 million from an account that is reportedly affiliated with crypto exchange Bitfinex at theCooperative Bank in Skierniewice, Poland. The investigation is allegedly tied to Colombian drug cartel operations, a local news outlet reported April 6. The report has not yet been officially confirmed or denied by Bitfinex.

The confiscated funds are said to correspond to the defrauding of €400,000 from The Belgian Ministry of Foreign Affairs during the construction of its embassy in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Prosecutors are said to be investigating accounts linked to two companies. One is registered in the vicinity of Pruszków, and is said to be headed by someone of Canadian-Panamanian descent.

Diamond and Silk FURIOUS After Facebook Reveals Why Their Content Has Been Censored

by Cristina Laila, The Gateway Pundit:

Diamond and Silk unloaded on Facebook Friday night after the social media giant finally responded to their many inquiries as to why Facebook is censoring their content and brand.

The dynamic duo boast over 1.2 million Facebook followers on their main Diamond and Silk page.

Diamond and Silk say their reach on Facebook has dramatically reduced prompting them to seek answers from Facebook.

The Slowly Building Anger in the UK at the Government’s Handling of the Skripal Case


by Rob Slane, Russia Insider:

Anger, resentment and frustration building up in the UK as people realize they have been taken for a ride

And just in time the London-funded White Helmets divert attention to a different allegation of Russian-sponsored chemical attack

In her daily press conference on 5th April, the Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman, Maria Zakharova, mentioned a quiet resentment and fury that is building up amongst ordinary Russians over the way the Government of the United Kingdom has handled the case of Sergei and Yulia Skripal. Strange though it may seem, I sense a similar feeling of anger and resentment building up here in the UK, as it becomes clearer and clearer that the official narrative has little or no connection with reality.

Russian MoD: Two Israeli Warplanes Attacked Syrian Airbase

from Sputnik News:

Israel has yet to confirm the information, while local media reports suggested that the IDF spy jet had been spotted in the area.

The Russian Defense Ministry has stated that it had been two Israeli warplanes that had attacked a Syrian government T-4 airbase in the Homs province early on Monday.

“On April 9, from 03:25 to 03:53 Moscow time, two Israeli Air Force F-15 jets, carried out an airstrike by two guided missiles on the T-4 airfield from the Lebanese territory and without entering Syria’s airspace.”


by Paul Joseph Watson, InfoWars:

The United States could be set to launch air strikes against Syria as soon as tonight, with a Tomahawk missile-armed destroyer already in place.

“The USS Donald Cook, a destroyer armed with Tomahawk cruise missiles, has arrived off the coast of Syria, and is being harassed by low-flying Russian fighter jets,” tweeted Jacob Wohl, citing Turkish media reports.

ECONOMIC WAR w/ China ACCELERATES: “We Understand The Chinese Government Has Halted Purchases Of US Treasuries”


from Zero Hedge:

On Friday, we reported that among the five “nuclear” options available to Beijing to retaliate against Trump’s latest $100BN in proposed import tariffs, was the choice whether to sell US Treasuries. But what if Beijing did not want to unleash a full-blown market nuke, and instead was hoping for a targeted, EMP hit?

Then it would simply stop buying US paper, instead of dumping it outright; in the process it wouldn’t hurt the US too much – avoiding a furious tit-for-tat response – but would still send a clear signal to the White House, whose fiscal spending plan will more than double net Treasury issuance this year from under $500BN to over $1 trillion, and which needs every possible marginal buyer of US paper, both domestic and foreign.

Russia claims chemical attack in Syria is ‘fake’


from Middle East Monitor:

The Russian foreign ministry has warned the United States against using military force in response to “fake news” regarding the recent chemical weapon attack in Syria’s eastern Ghouta.

The Russian foreign ministry said in a statement on Sunday that reports of the alleged chemical attack are based on testimonies from the Syrian Civil Defence or White Helmets and so-called rights organizations based in Britain and the United States who have been previously caught collaborating with terrorists.

The statement warned that any foreign military intervention under fabricated pretexts in Syria, where at the request of the lawful government there are Russian military personnel, is absolutely unacceptable and can lead to the most serious consequences.

Another Mighty Conundrum

by James Howard Kunstler, Kunstler:

The sanctuary city movement, and all its baggage, terminates in one troublesome idea: that the USA should have open borders and that anyone from a foreign land who manages to get here by whatever means is home-free-all. The most recent Democratic nominee for president said just the other day that she dreamed of open borders. The much-abused word dream has been at the center of our discourse about immigration, a purposefully sentimental manipulation of language for a culture struggling to ascertain the boundaries of reality in an era of universal wishful thinking.

Anyone who listens to National Public Radio, for instance, may notice the care they take to keep the boundary as fuzzy as possible vis-à-vis the status of people here from other lands. “Undocumented” has been the favorite trope, a dodge that implies that the people in question are victims of a clerical error — someone over in the Document Division forgot to hand them the right paperwork. Or else they are all simply labeled “immigrants,” leaving out the question of whether they are in the country legally or not. Do not suppose it is mere sloppiness.