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The Biggest Secret of History: False Flag Terror

Source: Washington's Blog

Presidents, Prime Ministers, Congressmen, Generals, Spooks, Soldiers and Police ADMIT to False Flag Terror

The age-old saying is true:

If we don’t learn history, we’re doomed to repeat it.

The single biggest historical secret which people haven’t yet learned is false flag terrorism.

There are many documented false flag attacks, where a government carries out a terror attack … and then falsely blames its enemy for political purposes.

False flag terror has changed the course of history over and over again … all over the world.

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Greenwald: Why John Oliver Can’t Find Americans Who Know Edward Snowden’s Name

On his HBO program last night, John Oliver devoted 30 minutes to a discussion of U.S. surveillance programs, advocating a much more substantive debate as the June 1 deadline for renewing the Patriot Act approaches (the full segment can be seen here). As part of that segment, Oliver broadcast an interview he conducted with Edward Snowden in Moscow, and to illustrate the point that an insufficient surveillance debate has been conducted, showed video of numerous people in Times Square saying they had no idea who Snowden is (or giving inaccurate answers about him).

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Lindsey Graham tried to jump on the 'libertarian' bandwagon-but Amash was having none of it:

Even Lindsey Graham, one of the most hawkish members in Congress, wants to get on the “libertarianish” bandwagon.
Graham told The Gazette that he agrees with a lot of libertarian ideas: “Libertarians want smaller government. Count me in. Libertarians want oversight of government programs and making sure that your freedoms are not easily compromised. Count me in. Ted Cruz wants to fight Obamacare. Count me in.”
“Our view of limited government and free enterprise is pretty commonly shared,” he said. “What we wind up doing is having tactical differences.”

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The Biggest Secret Of History: False Flag Terror

THE BIGGEST SECRET OF HISTORY: FALSE FLAG TERROR

SOURCE:WASHINGTON'S BLOG 

Published: April 6, 2015

PRESIDENTS, PRIME MINISTERS, CONGRESSMEN, GENERALS, SPOOKS, SOLDIERS AND POLICE ADMIT TO FALSE FLAG TERROR

The age-old saying is true:

If we don’t learn history, we’re doomed to repeat it.

The single biggest historical secret which people haven’t yet learned is false flag terrorism.

There are manydocumented false flag attacks, where a government carries out a terror attack … and then falsely blames its enemy for political purposes.

23 votes

GOP Hawks Set to Ruin Rand Paul's Big Day

GOP Hawks Set to Ruin Rand Paul's Big Day

By Josh Rogin

In the first salvo of the 2016 Republican ad wars, a conservative group is about to unleash a seven-figure ad campaign targeting Senator Rand Paul for being out of step with the party on Iran, just as he launches his presidential campaign.

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POLITICO: Rand Paul Has a Daddy Issue

There’s probably no easier layup in Republican politics, no bigger no-brainer to utter without fear of consequence, than criticizing Vladimir Putin for his actions in Ukraine. Yet Rand Paul couldn’t quite pull it off without taking some friendly fire.

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Neocons And Libs Attack Rand Paul Ahead Of Expected Presidential Run Announcement

Neocons And Libs Attack Rand Paul Ahead Of Expected Presidential Run Announcement

by KURT NIMMO | INFOWARS.COM | APRIL 6, 2015

On Tuesday Kentucky Senator Rand Paul is expected to announce his 2016 presidential run. As the announcement approaches, both sides of the political spectrum are stepping up attacks against Paul.

Amanda Terkel, writing AOL’s Huffington Post, criticizes Paul’s appearance in a documentary denouncing the gay rights agenda.

Video: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/04/03/rand-paul-gay_n_699...

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President Obama Announces Goal to Train 75,000 Workers to Enter the Solar Industry by 2020

Cronies gonna crony. That should be President Obama’s motto for his final term in the Oval Office, because he absolutely loves using his influence as the President to manipulate markets. His latest market intervention leads us back to a familiar and controversial industry, solar power.

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Artists Secretly Install Statue of Edward Snowden in Brooklyn Park

Story here: http://mashable.com/2015/04/06/snowden-sculpture-fort-greene...

Update: Video, courtesy of someone who was at the park when the gub'mint showed up, serves as a perfect microcosm of things, I would say: https://vine.co/v/eBBvedaHtBz

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Why John Oliver Can't Find Americans Who Know Edward Snowden's Name

Glenn Greenwald reacts to the John Oliver segment with Edward Snowden from last night:

On his HBO program last night, John Oliver devoted 30 minutes to a discussion of U.S. surveillance programs, advocating a much more substantive debate as the June 1 deadline for renewing the Patriot Act approaches (the full segment can be seen here). As part of that segment, Oliver broadcast an interview he conducted with Edward Snowden in Moscow, and to illustrate the point that an insufficient surveillance debate has been conducted, showed video of numerous people in Times Square saying they had no idea who Snowden is (or giving inaccurate answers about him). Oliver assured Snowden off-camera that they did not cherry-pick those “on the street” interviews but showed a representative sample.

Oliver’s overall discussion is good (and, naturally, quite funny), but the specific point he wants to make here is misguided. Contrary to what Oliver says, it’s actually not surprising at all that a large number of Americans are unaware of who Snowden is, nor does it say much at all about the surveillance debate. That’s because a large number of Americans, by choice, are remarkably unaware of virtually all political matters. The befuddled reactions of the Times Square interviewees when asked about Snowden illustrate little about the specific surveillance issue but a great deal about the full-scale political disengagement of a substantial chunk of the American population.

The data on American political apathy is rather consistent, and stunning. Begin with the fact that even in presidential election years, 40% to 50% of the voting age public simply chooses not participate in the voting process at all, while 2/3 chooses not to vote in mid-term elections.

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Gold Repatriations Empty the NY Fed Vaults

Germany Kicks off a Repatriation Craze

Germany’s request in January 2013 to have its gold repatriated set off a slew of interest in gold repatriation from other central banks including those in the Netherlands, Belgium and Austria. Gold repatriation requests have continued to drain the New York Federal Reserve’s gold vault.

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People deliberately infected with STDs through US government programme

Nearly 800 plaintiffs have launched a billion-dollar lawsuit against Johns Hopkins University over its alleged role in the deliberate infection of hundreds of vulnerable Guatemalans with sexually transmitted diseases, including syphilis and gonorrhoea, during a medical experiment programme in the 1940s and 1950s.

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Is Cash a "Convenient" Store of Value?

Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen doesn't seem to think cash is a convenient store of value.

"Cash is not a convenient store of Value"- Janet Yellen

Discussion of Janet Yellen's recent statement that cash is not a convenient store of value. Discussion of the inability of monetary policy to solve economic issues created by monetary policy.

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