Monday, 31 March 2014

Chemtrails, Here is your PROOF 100% Real "MUST WATCH"

Do all Conspiracy Fact de-bunkers have connections to Monsanto or are some of them just trolls/paid to defend evil?

The #uberogre is always right ;) look who I called a pro monsanto troll for trying to debunk everything anti monsanto (whilst also being pro NWO) without linguistic skills, evidence or sentences - you couldn't make it up, but when you are as knowledgeable as me its like spotting M370 in your local swimming pool :)


Troll alert Troll Alert egriff5514 is pathetically attempting to debunk everything its monsanto masters tell it to, even this lmao pic.twitter.com/EAQTMgRTBq
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      Oh no he isn't!
      (My Uncle Harry worked for Monsanto, it's true, but I don't think he knows I read the Telegraph... not sure he'd approve!)

    Hypocrisy of Irish Govt & EU on Ukraine as Russia also pursues 'selfish interests'

    ALWAYS REMEMBER

    The condition for Ukraine to join NATO would be the expulsion of foreign military bases from Ukrainian territory. That would mean expelling Russia from its historic naval base at Sebastopol


    Sunday, 30 March 2014

    “Maiden protests” in Kiev were in actuality a Washington organized coup against the elected democratic government. The purpose of the coup is to put NATO military bases on Ukraine’s border with Russia and to impose an IMF austerity program that serves as cover for Western financial interests to loot the country

    Ukraine To Work Off Rothschild’s Derivative Debts: Wall Street, IMF, U.S. Treasury, E.U. Commission In Liaison, Staged The Outright Takeover Of Ukraine’s Monetary System!

    Posted on March 30, 2014

    When The People Get Fed Up!
    When The People Get Fed Up!

    We are really a bit like the respectable inhabitants of Hitler’s Germany, who vaguely noticed that people were loaded on to eastbound trains and didn’t come back, were concerned for a moment and then returned to their normal lives

    Why don't we invade Turkey?
    Warmongers who’ve failed (so far) to get us to invade Russia really do need to turn their attention to Turkey’s Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
    He has all the qualifications for villainy – his jails are crammed with journalists, his opponents are subjected to evidence-free show-trials and locked up for years, and he ‘kills his “own people”’ when they protest against him.
    There’s more. The country is fantastically corrupt. He foments strife in neighbouring nations. His troops have illegally occupied Northern Cyprus for 40 years and show no  sign of going.
    Last week he tried to shut  down Twitter in an outburst of laughable megalomania. He even  has a moustache.
    So why no sanctions, no squeaky, righteous denunciations by William Hague? Er, Turkey is a member of Nato and a fully paid-up member of the Globalist club. So it can do what Russia can’t.


    30 March 2014 12:53 AM

    We lap up TV violence - then hide from the real massacre in our midst

    This is Peter Hitchens's Mail on Sunday column
    AssetAccessIt is what doesn’t shock us that is now so shocking. Not all that long ago, news that aborted babies were being burned in furnaces to heat hospitals would have caused a major national storm.
    But in our callous, distracted and unimaginative society, it passed by like a momentary gust of cold wind on a warm day, faintly disturbing but swiftly forgotten.
    We’re told it’s been stopped. But the supply of human fuel has not halted.
    What has happened to us that we no longer really care, either about the massacre of the innocents that goes on day and night in our midst, or about the disposal of human remains as if they were rubbish?
    Lots of people must have known, and found it convenient. But in this matter we are really a bit like the respectable inhabitants of Hitler’s Germany, who vaguely noticed that people were loaded on to eastbound trains and didn’t come back, were concerned for a moment and then returned to their  normal lives.
    I wouldn’t mind it so much myself if those responsible would at least have the decency to be ashamed.
    But the campaigners for the killing of unborn babies are proud and assertive. Their horrid deeds are, to them, a ‘right’ and a ‘choice’.
    None of this evil drivel could even be expressed if we admitted that the babies involved were fellow humans. But that’s the key to the whole thing.  Whoever sets out to destroy any class of humanity will always begin by claiming that his victims aren’t really human.
    Every time you hear an unborn baby described as a ‘foetus’, you’ll see this in action. The cold, rather contemptuous Latin word robs the baby of  its humanity.
    The lie has to be sustained by hiding the truth. British TV will show almost any act of violence, but it is hugely reluctant to screen pictures of what an aborted baby actually looks like. If it did so, everyone would know what the words ‘foetus’ and ‘termination’ really meant.
    But we have now pretended so hard and so long that it isn’t so, that people, who no doubt viewed themselves as kind and decent, were able to shovel  violently abused human remains into a furnace, and then go home happy.
    Rev's a brilliant reflection of our laughable church
    The BBC drama series Rev is very clever. Wonderfully researched and brilliantly cast, it realistically portrays the life of a besieged inner-city parson (played by Tom Hollander) and his disenchanted wife (Olivia Colman).
    It’s supposed to be a comedy, but I don’t find it particularly funny. It is one of the tragedies of our age that the Church of England, a rather noble enterprise based upon reasonable religion and some of the world’s greatest poetry, is now a dying husk.
    Last week the hero was shown agreeing to a joint project with his neighbouring mosque. The mosque raised thousands of pounds in a matter of days while the poor empty church struggled to collect much more than small change and buttons. Was Islam so much  more successful, the vicar wondered, because it asked so much more of its believers than modern Christianity?
    The answer is ‘Yes’.  
    Islam demands regular and frequent prayer, knowledge of scripture, active charity, arduous pilgrimages and severe yearly fasting. Muslims are expected to be open and unashamed about their faith.
    Christianity used to do all these things. Then it became a lobby for public spending and the voice of social liberalism. And look what happened. I don’t think there will ever be a TV series about an inner-city imam with a tiny congregation and a crumbling mosque.
    Why don't we invade Turkey?
    Warmongers who’ve failed (so far) to get us to invade Russia really do need to turn their attention to Turkey’s Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
    He has all the qualifications for villainy – his jails are crammed with journalists, his opponents are subjected to evidence-free show-trials and locked up for years, and he ‘kills his “own people”’ when they protest against him.
    There’s more. The country is fantastically corrupt. He foments strife in neighbouring nations. His troops have illegally occupied Northern Cyprus for 40 years and show no  sign of going.
    Last week he tried to shut  down Twitter in an outburst of laughable megalomania. He even  has a moustache.
    So why no sanctions, no squeaky, righteous denunciations by William Hague? Er, Turkey is a member of Nato and a fully paid-up member of the Globalist club. So it can do what Russia can’t.
    Do you ever wonder why you have to spend half of this morning resetting every electronic device in your home? And why tomorrow you’ll struggle to get to work on time, bleary from dragging yourself out of bed an hour early?
    I expect not. If you did, you’d find that the whole thing was invented by a beetle-hunter called George Hudson, who was annoyed that shift-work kept him from pursuing his hobby in the evenings; oh and it was also championed by a property developer called William Willett who was annoyed by the way dusk fell while he was playing golf. The House of Commons repeatedly rejected it as a silly idea. Eventually, in a moment of madness, Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany adopted it, and the rest is history.
    There’s no such thing as ‘Daylight Saving’. The amount of light stays the same whatever happens. The whole thing is completely pointless, yet  we just keep doing it.
    I am pleased to see Charles Sargeant Jagger’s superb Paddington war memorial playing a part in the First World War commemorations. It is one  of the greatest and most moving sculptures of the 20th century, depicting a mud-encrusted Tommy reading a letter from home.
    Let’s hope for his sake that the letter wasn’t from that barrage balloon of pretension, Stephen Fry, who has written a soppy, politically correct and embarrassing epistle to an imaginary 1914 soldier, as part of an ‘arts project’ threatened for this summer. Mr Fry, as ever, is funny when he’s trying to be serious, and tragic when he’s trying to be funny.
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    The real aim of the cannabis legalisers has been revealed by Baroness Meacher, who looks like a harmless granny but is in fact a ferocious ayatollah of dope decriminalisation. It's all about money. The legalisation of cannabis needs to happen now', she urges. 'At a time of fragile economic recovery...it seems madness to ignore a potential new source of tax revenue.' This explains why so many politicians are soft on this issue. As for 'madness', that's what we will get more of if cannabis goes on legal sale.
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    Friday, 28 March 2014

    Guardian reporting of Snowden leaks threatened it with closure!




    Explains why assistant editor Simon Tisdall had to call 's anti-neocon and antI-nazi speech CHILLING

    Deputy editor details extent to which intelligence agencies tried to stop newspaper’s disclosures http://www.irishtimes.com/news/world/uk/guardian-reporting-of-snowden-leaks-threatened-with-closure-conference-told-1.1738203

    Night of the Long Knives II

    The fascists thugs that allowed the Neocons to take control of Ukraine are now being murdered and their nationalist Svoboda party banned; just like Adolf Hitler did to the SA and its members that helped him gain power - are the anti-nazis next?

    The Night of the Long Knives (GermanAbout this sound Nacht der langen Messer ), sometimes called Operation Hummingbird or, in Germany, theRöhm-Putsch, was a purge that took place in Nazi Germany between June 30 and July 2, 1934, when the Nazi regime carried out a series of political murders. Leading figures of the left-wing Strasserist faction of the Nazi Party, along with its figurehead, Gregor Strasser, were murdered, as were prominent conservative anti-Nazis (such as former Chancellor Kurt von Schleicher and Gustav Ritter von Kahr, who had suppressed Hitler'sBeer Hall Putsch in 1923). Many of those killed were leaders of the Sturmabteilung (SA), the paramilitary brownshirts.
    Adolf Hitler moved against the SA and its leader, Ernst Röhm, because he saw the independence of the SA and the penchant of its members for street violence as a direct threat to his newly gained political power. Hitler also wanted to conciliate leaders of the Reichswehr, the official German military who feared and despised the SA — in particular Röhm's ambition to absorb the Reichswehr into the SA under Röhm's leadership

    Ukraine security officials mull banning Right Sector radical movement – report

    Tuesday, 25 March 2014

    Abby Martin Takes Down the Cold War-Obsessed Neocons Behind the Curtain


    MH370 Pilot's Home flight simulator had the USA Military Base Diego Garcia (in the middle of the Indian Ocean with a runway long enough to land a Boeing 777) programmed into home flight simulator.

    Islanders said a white aircraft with red stripes across it - which would match the missing plane - was seen travelling North to South-East towards Addu, the southern tip of the Maldives



    Have you pieced together the puzzle of missing flight 370 to Beijing China? If not, here are your missing pieces.

    Where are Wang PeidongChen Zhijun, Cheng Zhihong and Ying Li, if they weren't on the plane then they can come forward and debunk the semiconductor patent theory, if they were on the plane why have their names been taken off the list?

    Four days after flight MH370 disappeared the semiconductor patent was approved by the U.S. patent office (patent is divided in parts of 20% between five starters).

    One of the owners is the company itself, Freescale Semiconductor, Austin, Texas (USA), and the other four Chinese employees of the company: Peidong Wang, Zhijun Chen, Cheng and Li Ying Zhijong, all the Suzhou City, and they all were passengers of the Malaysia Airlines plane that disappeared on March 8, according to Eternity .
    It adds: “Here is your motive for the missing Beijing plane. As all four Chinese members of the Patent were passengers on the missing plane.
    Patent holders can alter the proceeds legally by passing wealth to their heirs. “However, they cannot do so until the Patent is approved. So when the plane went missing, the patent had not been approved.”
    However, the absurd theory does not add up.
    Although a Freescale patent does exist under number US8650327, none of the names listed actually appear on the passenger manifest released by the Malaysian authorities.
    ( But maybe the names have been removed from the flight manifest)  

    If the patent holder dies, the other owners share equally in dividends from the deceased.  If four of the five patentees die, then the patentee left alive gets 100% of the patent. That remaining patent holder is the company Freescale Semiconductor.

     Who owns Freescale Semiconductor? 

    The answer is: Jacob Rothschild. British billionaire who owns the company Blackstone, which in turn owns the company Freescale Semiconductors. Several speculations on the Internet now pay attention to this circumstance. The Rothschilds are a dynasty of financiers and international bankers of German-Jewish origin . The family is from the nineteenth century one of the most influential families of bankers and financiers of Europe.
    The search continues for Flight MH370 but speculation surrounding its fate grows by the day.

    Monday, 24 March 2014

    Dear Mr Putin, there is a country the other side of the puddle that needs putting out of its misery! Can you help? - Homeless man shot dead by cops for camping!



    Don't watch this if you think anything about the USA is good -
     it will spoil anyone's day never mind yours!

    If it wasn't so tragic it would be hilarious how authors labor under the delusion that Geoengineering experiments are only at the hypothetical stage

    In case people have forgotten or were unaware, the tragedy in Lynmouth, Devon in the 1950s was more than just rumored to have likely been caused by MOD cloud seeding experiments.                Over 30 people were killed by rainfall on a day which survivors say had a thick smell of sulfur in the air before the torrent of rain came down, and the pilot of the RAF aircraft involved admitted he felt guilty that he had helped cause the disaster.
    This was 60 years ago when such things were in their infancy.
    Technology has moved on and we are now capable of moving the jetstream using atmospheric heaters; given that the jetstream has apparently being moving erratically these past few years then its time the experiments were declassified and the public made aware of what is happening in our name - after all its our planet to.

    BBC exposed for following NWO warmongering instructions; claiming they know more about Syria than Syrians in Syria, just like they knew about the 9/11 3rd tower before it fell!







    Ukraine: Kiev snipers hired by Maidan leaders - Estonian FM to EU's Ashton



    Just look how gutted David Cameron looks, and how guilty Catherine Aston must be feeling as they witness the signing of an agreement committing the EU and Ukraine to closer political and economic ties (with the undemocratic leader of Ukraine, who Aston knew was complicit along with the USA in the Maidan sniper shootings that led to the fascist coup to favor western corporate  business interests).                                     http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-26677577