The perpetual war against secular Muslims continues as the US plan to go after extremists who are often funded by or secretly supported by Mossad and the CIA, continues. The latest mess in Iraq also reveals how Congress conspires with both GOP and DNC Presidents to destroy the Constitution. Obama to Congress: I Don’t Need Your OK on Iraq:
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Release Of 9/11 Report Redacts Everything Israel Special Forces Were Doing That Day: Mystery Of FL 11
On 9/11, a jet nearly crashed into my house. It flew very slow and very, very low over us and we could read the AA on the tail easily and I thought it was disabled. As it turned over the Hudson Valley and headed due south, I tried to contact authorities to report this odd event. This is the plane where the first death took place, it was a Mystery Man who was only later revealed to be an Israeli special forces agent. This person is now at the center of a growing fight over redacted material about him and his role in everything.
Swiss Confirm Arafat Assassinated By Polonium Radioactive Poison, US Media Downplays Explosive Story
Yasser Arafat ‘was poisoned using radioactive polonium’, tests reveal | Mail Online, says the lead story in a British ‘cute girls/crime’ rag in Britain. In America, this story is less interesting like with the New York Times headline, Swiss Report Supports Theory Arafat Was Poisoned uses the word ‘theory’ which is not the word used in Europe describing this crime. So does the Washington Post which at least made this explosive story front page and not buried in the far boondocks like the NYT.
Clapper Claims NSA Spying Was ACCIDENTAL Due To Their Stupidity, Also Prisoner X Zygier’s Family Gets Israel Damage Award
The spies of the NSA claim this spying was all ACCIDENTAL! HAHAHA. Declassified court documents highlight NSA violations in data collection for surveillance – The Washington Post
The National Security Agency for almost three years searched a massive database of Americans’ phone call records attempting to identify potential terrorists in violation of court-approved privacy rules, and the problem went unfixed because no one at the agency had a full technical understanding of how its system worked, according to new documents and senior government officials