Lipstick on Genocide

Catherine Austin Fitts sat down with Dark Journalist to enlighten us on the role that Goldman Sachs stooge Dina Habib Powell now plays in the President’s war room. She also explains how the evidence of a functioning off-planet civilization is hidden in plain sight within the balance sheets.

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Gaming the War Gamers

At what point do predictive algorithms evolve the power of creation and manipulation? Kurzweil says digital consciousness will be achieved by the year 2029. Or is it happening already? Does that explain the “insane” executive actions from the Oval Office?

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Waging Peace in Hamburg

Part One of Two: Robert David Steele speaks from Norway, March 2017. His thoughts include the attempted derailment of of Trump’s administration, the move to be made by Wall Street to crash the U.S. economy in Summer 2017, the opportunity for Trump and Putin to declare peace, also in the Summer 2017, and last but not least, the wave of truth bombs about to explode within #Pedogate.

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Cold Winds Blow Down Mt. Hermon

Last Friday, March 17th, Israel launched multiple airstrikes against a Syrian air base near Palmyra, a remote base named “T4”. The strikes were carried out by the Israeli military in retaliation for the the convoys of Hezbollah troops that have been driving southward from their Syrian base to take position at a camp on Mt. Hermon’s slopes.

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Antarctica: The Rockefeller Connection

Part Six of our Antarctica saga begins here. Following the failure of Operation Highjump in 1947, men in high places made sure that the truth about all post-WWII Nazi evolution was tightly controlled. From the very beginning of both North and South pole explorations, the Banksters, like John D. Rockefeller shown here, and their agencies made sure that the narrative would proceed under their lead.

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Beware of Trojan Boats

We are always on the lookout for stories that betray the use of unconventional weapons. The Mayor of Ankara, Turkey served up a treat last week with no less than 10 consecutive tweets about his suspicion that seismic earthquake weapons have sent a soft warning shot across the bow to the Turkish economy.

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Antarctica: Sent Packing in 1947

In August of 1946, a world still smouldering in the ashes of WWII was remembering the first anniversary of the deployment of the first atomic bombs as weapons “to end war.” In spite of the supposed vanquishing of all her enemies, the U.S. Navy suddenly felt compelled to launch an expensive, hastily timed, and poorly planned invasion of Antarctica. What situation was so critical on the southern continent that made Operation Highjump terribly urgent? 

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Black Pots and Kettles

John Bercow, the Speaker for the UK House of Commons, made it clear today that President Donald J. Trump, the UK’s American ally, is persona non grata at this podium. Supposedly, a man of such racist and misogynist character is an unwanted presence among the pristine Parliamentarians. Or perhaps the new president isn’t perverted enough for this den of loathsome, hypocritical child rapists?

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