(video) “GMO’s Are NOT Bad” According to Illuminati Bill Nye The Fake Science Actor Guy!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QYsJ1ZS6w08

“GMO’s Are NOT Bad” According to Illuminati Bill Nye The Fake Science Actor Guy!

(video) #PEDOGATE Twitter – Edward Snowden FBI Was Running Largest Child Porn Site “PLAYPEN” In The World

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ymn-PG_LXs4

#PEDOGATE Twitter – Edward Snowden FBI Was Running Largest Child Porn Site “PLAYPEN” In The World

(3 min video) General Patton On ‘Jews’ and Germans

Patton discovered what was really going on, and spoke about it. The Talmudists killed him, and then wrote the fake history that most now accept as fact.

Strong language here.

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General Patton On jews and Germans

(video) Fake 3rd Temple in Jerusalem Coming – for the ‘Man of Sin,’ ‘Son of Perdition’ — Geographic centered worship is over, Levitical priesthood is over, the Sacrificial system is over • The veil was rent! • Jesus is our Priest • Christians are now the temple of God

Excerpted from: Hebrew Nugget – The Temple (audio dropout at end)

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Omar Thibeaux exposes the case of the s.c. TEMPLE or the Wailing Wall in Israel. There is absolute proof that the present site of the Jewish “Wailing Wall” in Jerusalem is NOT any part of the Temple that existed in the time of Herod and Yashaya. In fact, that particular location that the Jewish authorities have accepted represents the Western Wall of an early Roman fortress (finally built and enlarged by Herod the Great). King Herod called it Fort Antonia, after the famous Mark Anthony who lived at the end of the first century before Christ.

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 LET’S MAKE THIS VIRAL: FAKE TEMPLE IN JERUSALEM!

Skousen: Trump Backing Down on North Korea, For Now — This indicates war isn’t imminent but it’s coming sooner than when China will be ready to join NK. Whether or not they will becomes the big question. If they do, we’ll have WWIII early than I expected, if not, there will have to be another trigger event for WWIII later on when China and Russia are ready

World Affairs Brief, April 28, 2017 Commentary and Insights on a Troubled World.

Copyright Joel Skousen. Partial quotations with attribution permitted. Cite source as Joel Skousen’s World Affairs Brief (http://www.worldaffairsbrief.com).

This Week’s Analysis:

Trump Continues to Disappoint

The Voices Trump Listens to

Trump Backing Down on North Korea–For Now

French Election: Ganging Up Against Le Pen

Death of US Military Through Feminism

Don’t Drive in Some European Countries

News Shorts

Preparedness Tip: Vitamin C

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TRUMP BACKING DOWN ON NORTH KOREA–FOR NOW

Naive US ambassador to the UN, Nikki Haley, claims that Chinese pressure on North Korea is working. She’s merely repeating what was presented at the Senate briefing at the White House South auditorium this week. It was an hour briefing led by Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, Secretary of Defense James Mattis, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Joseph Dunford, and Director of National Intelligence Daniel Coats. None are high level intelligence officials so it was all second-hand information.

Senators who oppose Trump, like John McCain and Lindsey Graham and all the Democrats claimed they learned “nothing new.” Many Senators on certain committees get constant intelligence briefings as a matter of course, so obviously they aren’t going to learn much new.

But despite the disparaging remarks from Democrats, there was something new in the briefing, which was highlighted by the anti-Trump The Daily Beast.

“We want to solve this through political or economic measures,” a senior administration official [said] ….any unilateral strike would likely lead to a North Korean counter-strike on U.S. allies South Korea and Japan—both within artillery or missile range of North Korea—as well as threatening tens of thousands of U.S. troops stationed in the Pacific.

“We want to bring Kim Jong-Un to his senses, not to his knees,” said Adm. Harry Harris, Commander of U.S. Pacific Command, at a House Armed Services Committee hearing Wednesday. He repeated the administration mantra that “all options are on the table,” but the tone had decidedly shifted from President Donald Trump’s earlier provocative tweets.

The U.S. might lobby to put North Korea back on the list as a state sponsor of terror as one of many options to isolate the defiant Asian nation. It had been removed in 2008 under previous negotiations with the Bush administration.

“It’s clear we are in a phase where unless North Korea takes a more provocative action, attacks our allies, attacks us directly, this is a diplomatic phase,” Democratic Sen. Chris Coons, of Delaware, told The Daily Beast outside the White House after the meeting.

This means Trump is backing down from his vow to disarm North Korea and stop its constant provocations. However, in a wide ranging interview with Reuters, Trump seemed to hint that he thought war with North Korea was a very real possibility:

“There is a chance that we could end up having a major, major conflict with North Korea. Absolutely,” Trump said. “We’d love to solve things diplomatically, but it’s very difficult,” he added.

Trump continued to promote his naive assessment of China’s Premier Xi Jingpin as a wonderful person, and repeating the assurance that China has told NK not to do any more nuclear tests. My takeaway from this is that Trump is going to let this play out diplomatically, but that he’s skeptical (as he should be) and fully intends to use military action to stop NK’s nuclear and missile development, even if that means NK will respond by going to war with SK—which would draw in the US.

That means that war isn’t imminent but that it is coming sooner tha[n] when China will be ready to join in. Whether or not they will becomes the big question. If they do, we’ll have WWIII early than I expected, if not, there will have to be another trigger event for WWIII later on when China and Russia are ready.

The sanctions Trump is proposing are tougher than ever before, but only in stages, which indicates it’s going to take time to play out: cutoff of oil supplies and isolating NK from all international banking and internet connectivity. There won’t be any food or medical sanctions as they put on Iran, for “humanitarian reasons.” Wasn’t Iran worthy of humanitarian exceptions?

Heretofore, NK has relied on China to bypass any sanctions, but for now at least China appears to play along with the sanctions. But I’m still skeptical. Either China plans to cheat, which would be hard for the US to detect, or it will comply for a period of time to buy more time and try and get Kim to shut down the hostile rhetoric.

I think this does confirm that China really isn’t ready to go to war on behalf of NK, and is determined to make sure NK remains in check for the next few years. Frankly, I’m surprise at just how reactionary Kim Jong-Un has been lately. In response to Trump’s interview, NK said it has no intention of stopping its nuclear and missile programs. Kim seems to be aiming for a bruising war. If it’s all bluster in order to save face with the communist party radicals in NK, that’s one thing, but no one’s going to believe Kim is capable of compromise is he doesn’t tone down the threats. Personally, I think Trump is being suckered into a delay in taking out Kim. I feel the conflict with Kim is inevitable and the sooner he is removed, the better. For each year’s delay, NK only gets stronger.

The bottom line: War with NK is inevitable, but it may or may not lead to WWIII depending on China. There is now a shorter window to prepare….

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As for an EMP blast, which will proceed a nuclear attack, nuclear plants will go off line and some cannot operate again without grid power to absorb their output. But an EMP would not affect the military’s ability to get diesel fuel to backup generators at a nuke plant to keep them from melting down.

(audio) James Perloff: Bombing Syria UnMasked Trump BIGTIME – 14 Points

32:00 Greater Israel Project

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 James Perloff: Bombing Syria UnMasked Trump BIGTIME

Alex Jones says he slept with more than 150 women by the time he was 16 • Acknowledged having sex with the other woman until March 2016

Alex often, openly claims he’s a Christian, a follower of Christ.

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From: Daily Mail

Alex Jones says he slept with more than 150 women by the time he was 16: Conspiracy theorist makes bizarre claim on his show about his ‘conquests’ as he fights for custody of his children

PUBLISHED: 21:15 EDT, 24 April 2017 | UPDATED: 10:16 EDT, 25 April 2017

… The InfoWars host, who is in the midst of a contentious child custody battle with his ex-wife, Kelly Jones, over their three children, released a show over the weekend that tallied his ‘conquests’ as a teen.

‘When I was 16, I didn’t want to party any more. I didn’t want to play games any more,’ he says in the video. ‘I grew up. I’d already been in the fights, all the big rituals. I’d already had probably – I hate to brag, but I’m not bragging, it’s actually shameful – probably 150 women, or more, that’s conservative. I’d already had over 150 women.’

He also claims he’d been in fights with ‘full grown men’ and was dating college girls by 15.

‘I was already a MAN!’ he says in the video. …

Despite this apparent active teenage sex life, Jones testified last week during his trial that he couldn’t remember if he’d ever cheated on his fiancee, Erika, now his eight months pregnant wife.

Attorney Bobby Newman grilled him about a sexual relationship he had with a woman even after his then-fiancee Erika moved into his house in 2015.

In an affadavit, Jones had acknowledged having sex with the other woman until March 2016.

However, on stand he said he would ‘have to see a calendar’ to know if he’d strayed. Besides, he said, Erika had known about the other woman. …

Jones is in the midst of a child custody battle with his ex-wife, Kelly Jones, over their three children ages nine to 14. They have lived with their father in Austin, Texas since the couple’s divorce in 2015.

Kelly has contended that Jones, who is brusque and combative on air, has the same demeanor around his children. He claims it is just an on air persona and he leaves that personality in the studio.

He said ‘none of the bombasity, none of the rage’ was ever on display with his children. …

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Christopher Bollyn: How Israel Created the Foe for the War on Terror — The Israeli War on Terror was designed to get the U.S. to destroy the enemies of the Zionist state • 22 years after it was born at Netanyahu’s Jerusalem Conference in 1979, the War on Terror moved into its operational phase with the U.S. invasion of Afghanistan in October 2001

PHOTO ESSAY

Skousen: The Voices Trump Listens To – Rupert Murdoch, who owns Fox News, is a globalist seeking to control conservative information by making sure Fox never utters a word about conspiracy issues

World Affairs Brief, April 28, 2017 Commentary and Insights on a Troubled World.

Copyright Joel Skousen. Partial quotations with attribution permitted. Cite source as Joel Skousen’s World Affairs Brief (http://www.worldaffairsbrief.com).

THE VOICES TRUMP LISTENS TO

As more and more information leaks out about who advises Trump, it’s no longer as simple as Steve Bannon and Jared Kushner or Reince Priebus, who we’ve not heard anything from in weeks. Last month I reported that globalist neocon John McCain talks almost daily with National Security Advisor HR McMaster, and weekly with Secretary of Defense Mattis and that can’t be good. The NY Times gave a rundown of who has the ear of the president, and it should worry his supporters.

As Mr. Trump’s White House advisers jostle for position, the president has turned to another group of advisers — from family, real estate, media, finance and politics, and all outside the White House gates — many of whom he consults at least once a week.

Mr. Trump’s West Wing aides, like President Bill Clinton’s staff two decades before, say they sometimes cringe at the input from people they can’t control, with consequences they can’t predict. Knowing these advisers — who are mostly white, male and older — is a key to figuring out the words coming from Mr. Trump’s mouth and his Twitter feed.

Here, based on interviews with more than a dozen friends, top aides and advisers inside and outside the White House, are 20 of Mr. Trump’s outside touchstones.

Rupert Murdock: The two share preferences for transactional tabloid journalism and never giving in to critics. (Mr. Trump said the fallen Fox star Bill O’Reilly should not have settled sexual harassment complaints.) The president’s relationship with Mr. Murdoch is deeper and more enduring than most in his life, and the two commiserate and plot strategy in their phone calls, according to people close to both.

Murdoch, who owns Fox News, is a globalist seeking to control conservative information by making sure Fox never utters a word about conspiracy issues. Any longtime friend knows Trump is a sucker for sympathy and can play him.

Sean Hannity: Presidents always deploy surrogates to appear on television to spout their talking points, but Mr. Trump has expanded on that by developing relationships with sympathetic media figures like Mr. Hannity who also serve as advisers. Mr. Hannity, the Fox News host, defends Mr. Trump’s most controversial behavior in public, but privately, according to people close to Mr. Trump, he urges the president not to get distracted, and advises him to focus on keeping pledges like repealing the Affordable Care Act.

I think Trump would like to keep his promises, but he doesn’t have the intellectual ammunition or good advice on how to counter all the demands and machinations of Washington insiders.

Chris Ruddy: The chief executive of Newsmax Media is a longtime Mar-a-Lago member and was a Trump cheerleader among conservative media well before the website Breitbart joined the parade. He employs writers and editors who tracked Mr. Trump’s career when they were at The New York Post. He recently visited the Oval Office, and he and Mr. Trump kibitz in Florida and by phone.

Ruddy did a great job exposing the Vince Foster murder and the government cover-up, but has become a conspiracy denier of sorts (never mentions it anymore) since going mainstream with NewsMax, which I call “NewsMin.”

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Ex-wife of Alex Jones wins joint custody after bitter trial – Jones children will now live with Kelly instead of Alex Jones

From: American Statesman

Ex-wife of Infowars host Alex Jones wins joint custody

By Jonathan Tilove – American-Statesman Staff 9

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Kelly Jones reacts to favorable verdict in child custody case.
The verdict by the Travis County jury means that the Jones children will now live with Kelly instead of Alex Jones.

Updated: 10:32 p.m. Thursday, April 27, 2017 | Posted: 6:41 p.m. Thursday, April 27, 2017

After nine hours of deliberation, a Travis County jury in the Alex Jones-Kelly Jones child custody trial gave Kelly Jones a great victory, awarding her joint custody with the right to have their three children make their primary residence with her instead of her husband for the first time since the couple’s 2015 divorce.

Alex Jones will share joint custody, which means that he will have visitation rights. …

He had predicted during the trial that a verdict like this would lead his son to run away from home.



 

… At stake was whether the three Jones’ children, ages 9, 12 and 14, would continue to live with Alex Jones, the provocative broadcaster whose Infowars show has made him currently the most influential conspiracy theorist, or live instead with his ex-wife, who described him on the stand as a “violent, cruel and abusive man” who is “enraged and out of control most of the time.”

In his closing argument Thursday, Kelly Jones’ attorney Robert Hoffman argued that she was the victim of parental alienation with Alex Jones brainwashing their children to align with him and turn against her.

“Mr. Jones is like a cult leader; the children appear to be cult followers, doing what Daddy wants them to do,” said Hoffman.

“Nobody knows how to stop this man,” Hoffman told the jury, and that, he said, included Judge Orlinda Naranjo, who throughout the trial repeatedly told Alex Jones to stop making faces and nodding and shaking his head in reaction to testimony.

“Nobody can stop this man except the 12 of you,” Hoffman said. “You have an unbelievable amount of power.”

But Alex Jones’ lawyers depicted Kelly Jones as emotionally unstable, self-absorbed and paranoid. …

David Minton, another of Alex Jones’ lawyers … Minton struck a rare, conciliatory note in the contentious nine-day trial, saying that while Kelly Jones wasn’t yet ready to see her children on a more regular basis, she was on her way there.

“She is working hard to get better. …

Kelly Jones’ lawyers said she now sees her children as little as four hours a month.

The case stood out mostly because of the celebrity of Alex Jones and the question of whether he would have to distance himself from his Infowars’ persona….

Yes, he sometimes engages in satire, Jones insisted, but his on-air politics are genuine.

In court, he and his lawyers simply contended that he didn’t bring his often angry, raging on-air personality home with him and into his parenting.

But Kelly Jones testified that he was the same “volatile,” “hateful,” personality on the air and at home. …

Alex Jones’ lawyers went first in presenting their case and through most of the trial, the jurors were left with the impression that Kelly Jones was an emotional mess, subject to episodes of “emotional dysfunction” in which her responses were uncontrollable and disproportionate to the circumstances. It was used to explain why the children lived with Alex Jones since even before the 2015 divorce was finalized and why Kelly Jones now had such limited access to her children.

But when her lawyers got to present their case this week, they created a picture of a woman prone to anxiety who was driven to emotional dysfunction by the threat of losing her children.

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InfoWars’ Alex Jones Loses Custody Case, Ex-Wife Wins Right to Decide Where Children Live, by Ben Harman

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