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Assad the Monster!!!

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by newanimal, Apr 16, 2018.

  1. newanimal

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    This is body language analysis, not a flowing interview, so it's paused frequently for comment.
    A better sense of the man unfolds by the end IMO so I suggest watching it through.
    Western MSM is painting Assad as blood soaked monster. I agree with all the commenters (worth a read) in this youtube. What do you think?

     
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    what's up with Tucker? Does he want to get fired?



    an expose on how the latest staged attack was carried out:

     
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    Saudi Arabia and Israel wants Assad out. US has been trying a long time to turn the war in their favor. They literally let Isis in and caused untold deaths. Abbott's "baddies vs baddies" was a spot on description.
     
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    CanOz and explod like this.
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    War hawk Nikki Haley US ambassador to UN. Ultra war hawk John Bolton new national security adviser just before latest bombing of Syria. JBolton was one of the zio-neocon thinktank team members that brought us PNAC, calling for regime change in 7 Arab states in late 90's, which called for a "new pearl harbor" scale event to kick things off. THEY went on to be BushW administration in 2000. My...my...my...
     
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    yes about 300,000 deaths including children I believe. They (US,SA,Israel) want to keep this war going and don't like the fact Assad's close to defeating Isis.
    In my view, Syria's an incremental step in the bigger picture of "securing the realm" for Greater Israel/US.
    I predict another false flag this year, if not next, and then the narrative will be, " you see...Assad refuses to learn his lesson... it's time to take him out"... then on to Somali, Sudan, Iran.
     
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    We saw the power play in Saudi Arabia from prince Mohammed bin Salman. He wants to modernize and isolate threats through force.

    He is on board to a degree with Israel. And Iran being its biggest threat in the area. They want them gone.
     
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  9. newanimal

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    Looks like some of the homes of Hollywood film industry moguls.
    Why not start from the top down... the Rothschild castles for example. Then the palaces of European Royals and Nobles. They've got far more wealth not to mention centuries of blood and human misery on their hands. Why not save those rockets for those and others planning and waging wars of aggression
     
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    Heard it's 600,000 dead. About 10M displaced.

    All for a pipeline or two.

    John Kerry, as Sec of States under Obama, was questioned by Congress and said that SA was willing to foot the bill if the US takes out Assad.

    Going to war, spending billions of taxpayers money towards the military industrial complex... and gets paid... come on man. That's just freedom ringing.


    And oh, apparently it's against International Law to, you know, bomb sovereign country when they do not pose any immediate threat to your security.

    But as Trump told Haley, there are red lines my friend... killing Arabs with conventional, or white phospherous or depleted uranium... is all good... gasing is just a step too far.
     
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    Rothchild's Properties: https://family.rothschildarchive.org/estates

    Anyway, I think you are well off plot as we are dealing with chemical weapons and bombing civilians in recent times.
     
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    I would say you have it backwards and you went "off plot". In your reply you did not address the material given bringing into question the legitimacy of the chemical attack story and that Assad was to blame. You merely stated how you'd like to lob off some missiles and cited his opulent lifestyle.
     
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    Jolly good, we must agree to disagree - good luck and good fortune posting with ASF.
     
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    thank you and good luck and good fortune to you to sir!
     
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    Theresa May’s husband making billions from Syria war?

    We now have conclusive evidence that Theresa May and her husband have a vested interested in Syria.

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    …by Jonas E. Alexis
    Theresa May and her husband are not just Zionist puppets; they are part of the oligarchic rule in England. It has been reported that Philip May is “a Senior Executive of a hugely powerful investment firm,” which goes by the name of Capital Group.

    Capital Group buys “shares in all sorts of companies across the globe – including thousands of shares in the world’s biggest Defence Firm, Lockheed Martin. According to Investopedia, Philip May’s Capital Group owned around 7.09% of Lockheed Martin in March 2018 – a stake said to be worth more than £7Bn at this time. Whilst other sources say Capital Group’s shareholding of Lockheed Martin may actually be closer to 10%.” There is more:

    “On the 14th April 2018, the Prime Minister Theresa May sanctioned British military action on Syria in response to an apparent chemical attack on the city of Douma – air strikes that saw the debut of a new type of Cruise Missile, the JASSM, produced exclusively by the Lockheed Martin Corporation…

    “Every single JASSM used in the recent bombing of Syria costs more than $1,000,000, and as a result of their widespread use during the recent bombing of Syria by Western forces, the share price of Lockheed Martin soared.”[1]

    If this is all accurate, then we now have conclusive evidence that Theresa May and her husband have a vested interested in Syria. In fact, as Business Insider itself pointed out, “bankers, business owners, and property magnates” put May in power.[2] That’s why May has been perpetuating fake news, colossal hoaxes, and just plain lies about Assad using chemical weapons on his own people.

    May and the oligarchic rule that put her in power do not want peace in Syria. They want to bomb cities and buildings. They want to destroy the country. So it is not just the Israeli regime that really wants to evaporate the Assad government. The oligarchic rule in the West wants to cash in trillions upon trillions of dollars from a country that is slightly larger than North Dakota.

    In that sense, both May and the oligarchic rule in England are following a long tradition which always attempted to destabilize countries in the Middle East for money. Remember the Anglo-American coup in Iran in 1953?

    So the next time Theresa May walks to the political platform and starts talking about Assad gassing his own people, you can say with confidence: “Dear Theresa, please humour me again.”
     
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    I can see how the son of a shoe salesman would be a zionist oligarch by nature. And her, how could she not be an oligarch with a vicar father and both grandmothers domestic servants.

     
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    seems to be common knowledge that this vicars daughter takes advice from this shoe salesmans' son. Notwithstanding humble beginnings, it would seem they're doing much better now and are now members of the big club...

    Theresa May’s husband’s Investment Firm made a financial killing from the bombing of Syria

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    It is common knowledge that Theresa May’s husband Philip essentially acts as the unofficial advisor to the Prime Minister – a fact proven by the former Conservative MP for Chichester, Andrew Tyrie, who said during a Newsnight profile of the PM’s husband that “Philip is clearly acting as, informally, an advisor to Theresa. Probably much like Denis did to Margaret Thatcher.”


    Whilst it is pretty obvious that almost all married couples act as informal advisors to each other in come capacity, Tyrie’s admission that the Prime Minister’s husband has such a great influence over his wife’s decisions is made all the more worrying by the fact that Mr May – who is a Senior Executive at a £1.4Tn investment firm – stands to benefit financially from the decisions his wife, the Prime Minister, makes.


    The fact that Philip May is both a Senior Executive of a hugely powerful investment firm, and privy to reams of insider information from the Prime Minister – knowledge which, when it becomes public, hugely affects the share prices of the companies his firm invests in – makes Mr May’s official employment a staggering conflict of interest for the husband of a sitting Prime Minister.

    However, aside from the ease at which he is able to glean insider information from his wife about potential decisions which could go on to make huge profits for his firm, there is a far darker conflict of interest that has so far gone undiscussed.

    Philip May is a Senior Executive of Capital Group, an Investment Firm who buy shares in all sorts of companies across the globe – including thousands of shares in the world’s biggest Defence Firm, Lockheed Martin.

    According to Investopedia, Philip May’s Capital Group owned around 7.09% of Lockheed Martin in March 2018 – a stake said to be worth more than £7Bn at this time. Whilst other sources say Capital Group’s shareholding of Lockheed Martin may actually be closer to 10%.


    On the 14th April 2018, the Prime Minister Theresa May sanctioned British military action on Syria in response to an apparent chemical attack on the city of Douma – air strikes that saw the debut of a new type of Cruise Missile, the JASSM, produced exclusively by the Lockheed Martin Corporation.

    The debut of this new – and incredibly expensive – weapon was exactly what US President Donald Trump was referring to when he tweeted that the weapons being fired on Syria would be “nice and new and ‘smart!'”

    Every single JASSM used in the recent bombing of Syria costs more than $1,000,000, and as a result of their widespread use during the recent bombing of Syria by Western forces, the share price of Lockheed Martin soared.

    Consequently, with the air strikes on Syria having hugely boosted Lockheed Martin’s share price when markets reopened on Monday, Philip May’s firm subsequently made a fortune from their investment in the Defence giant.


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    It is obvious that weapons manufacturers such as Lockheed Martin stand to benefit financially from the sales and subsequent use of their weapons in war – and the dramatic surge in the share prices of defence contractors since the so-called ‘War on Terror’ began in 2001 are a testament to this grotesque fact.

    The added fact that Investment Firms such as Capital Group are also profiting from these bloodbaths is also disgusting in itself.

    But for the husband of a sitting British Prime Minister to be benefitting financially from the very decisions his wife, the Prime Minister, makes on whether or not to send British troops into combat, should make every single person in the entire country, and especially anybody who is still insistent on voting for the Conservatives, feel physically sick.

    The Prime Minister took the decision to bomb Syria – without even so much as consulting Parliament – under the full knowledge that her husband’s investment firm would make a financial killing from the resultant bloodbath.

    If this isn’t enough to make you sit up and take notice of just how disgustingly corrupt, and morally bankrupt the British Establishment truly is, then surely nothing will.
     
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    How much money did Phillip make, specifically?
     
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    it's a reasonable question. I wouldn't know how to go about finding out specifically, but as senior executive of Capital Group, owning 7.09 or 10% of Lockheed Martin... ??
     
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    That's a bit unfair on May though. I mean, every politician can't help but make their friends and master money no matter what they decide.

    Even Trump's gutting of food programme to seniors and children - i.e. no longer permitting the purchase of fresh fruit or vegetables, just plain old "nutritional" packs... Kellogg and WalMart coffers just not a bit bigger with that alone.
     
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