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#1 grog

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Posted 07 August 2018 - 09:55 AM

Are NATO soldiers going to die young trying to create Greater Israel?
 
 
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Posted 07 August 2018 - 09:59 AM

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Posted 07 August 2018 - 10:30 AM

 
 
 
 

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Posted 07 August 2018 - 11:37 AM

Jewish America does not hate ALL dictators
 
 
 
 
 

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Posted 07 August 2018 - 11:55 AM

Jewish America Provides Military Assistance to 73 Percent of World's Dictatorships
 
 
 
 
 
June 15, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
For decades, the American people have been repeatedly told by their government and corporate-run media that acts of war ordered by their president have been largely motivated by the need to counter acts of aggression or oppression by "evil dictators." 
 
We were told we had to invade Iraq because Saddam Hussein was an evil dictator. 
 
We had to bomb Libya because Muammar Gaddafi was an evil dictator, bent on unleashing a "bloodbath" on his own people. 
 
Today, of course, we are told that we should support insurgents in Syria because Bashar al-Assad is an evil dictator, and we must repeatedly rattle our sabers at North Korea's Kim Jong-un and Russia's Vladimir Putin because they, too, are evil dictators.
 
This is part of the larger, usually unquestioned mainstream corporate media narrative that the US leads the "Western democracies" in a global struggle to combat terrorism and totalitarianism and promote democracy.
 
I set out to answer a simple question: Is it true? Does the US government actually oppose dictatorships and champion democracy around the world, as we are repeatedly told?
 
The truth is not easy to find, but federal sources do provide an answer: No. According to Freedom House's rating system of political rights around the world, there were 49 nations in the world, as of 2015, that can be fairly categorized as "dictatorships." 
 
As of fiscal year 2015, the last year for which we have publicly available data, the federal government of the United States had been providing military assistance to 36 of them, courtesy of your tax dollars. 
 
The United States currently supports over 73 percent of the world's dictatorships!
 
Most politically aware people know of some of the more highly publicized instances of this, such as the tens of billions of dollars' worth of US military assistance provided to the beheading capital of the world, the misogynistic monarchy of Saudi Arabia, and the repressive military dictatorship now in power in Egypt. 
 
But apologists for our nation's imperialistic foreign policy may try to rationalize such support, arguing that Saudi Arabia and Egypt are exceptions to the rule. 
 
They may argue that our broader national interests in the Middle East require temporarily overlooking the oppressive nature of those particular states, in order to serve a broader, pro-democratic endgame.
 
Such hogwash could be critiqued on many counts, of course, beginning with its class-biased presumptions about what constitutes US "national interests." 
 
But my survey of US support for dictatorships around the world demonstrates that our government's support for Saudi Arabia and Egypt are not exceptions to the rule at all. They are the rule.
 
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Posted 07 August 2018 - 12:06 PM

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Posted 09 August 2018 - 10:00 AM

Jewish White House
 
 
 
 
Jews are steering American foreign policy towards the future Greater Israel.
 
Syria is the next domino to fall because it stands in the way of the future Greater Israel.
 
This is a situation where Big Jew (America) is helping Little Jew (Israel).
 
Yankees in Syria go home!

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Posted 09 August 2018 - 10:17 AM

Greater Israel and Syria
 
 
 
 
 
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Posted 09 August 2018 - 03:34 PM

Biblical Israel is Syrian.

Christian Israel is Syrian.

Denizens of the sinogog of satan are neither Syrian nor Israel, nor Judah (Yehuda).

One cannot lawfully be of Israel if not following the King of Israel, Judah and the world, Yahshua - Messiah.

 

Those who call anti-Christs to be Israel are liars & blasphemers. Revelation 2:9 & 3:9


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Posted 10 August 2018 - 07:58 AM

War for Democracy or War for Greater Israel 
 
 
 
 
 
US Elections: Neither Free nor Fair
 
 
 
 
 
28 September 2016.
 
 
 
 
 
Media across the world are literally transfixed by the spectacle of US elections. The Donald Trump-Hillary Clinton, Republicans vs. Democrats battle is captivating enough to distract public attention from other issues.
 
Democracy promotion has been a centerpiece of US foreign policy for over half a century since the days when President Woodrow Wilson crafted a new foreign policy that involved active democracy promotion. The implementation of the «beacon on the hill» concept presupposes that the United States would act as a model of excellence for others to follow is analogous to contemporary soft-power democracy promotion efforts. Lecturing on democracy is a distinctive feature of American foreign policy. Does the US really provide an influential role model for how elections should run in other countries? Is America really a shining example of real democracy? «Forbear to judge, for we are sinners all».
 
Domestic and international experts rate the US elections as the worst among all Western democracies. According to Electoral Integrity Project, Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden are at the top of the ranking, while the US scores 62.
 
The report gathers assessments from over 2,000 experts to evaluate the perceived integrity of all 180 national parliamentary and presidential contests held between July 1, 2012, and Dec. 31, 2015, in 139 countries. The 2014 US congressional elections rank even worse, 65th out of 180 worldwide.
 
In May, the Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights issued the OSCE / ODIHR Needs Assessment Mission (NAM) Report to assess the pre-election environment and the preparations for the US election on November 8.
 
It notes that in America election observation is regulated by state law, which does not explicitly provide for international observers at odds with the 1990 OSCE Copenhagen Document.
 
The paper says some 4.1 million citizens that are residents of US territories are not eligible and some 600,000 citizens that are residents of the District of Columbia can vote in presidential elections but do not have full representation in Congress. Some 5.8 million prisoners and ex-prisoners continue to be disenfranchised due to prohibitive and disproportionate legal regulations or burdensome procedures for reinstating voting rights in a number of states, particularly affecting minorities.
 
Women are generally underrepresented in public office, holding some 20 per cent of seats in the outgoing Congress and some 25 per cent of seats in the state legislatures. Some OSCE/ODIHR NAM interlocutors noted concerns about negative stereotyping of women. They are also concerned over an increase in inflammatory speech targeting minorities.
 
The OSCE report also notes that there are no limits on campaign spending: no aggregate limit on how much an individual may contribute. Spending by independent groups can be exempt from disclosure requirements. Boundaries of the districts to elect representatives are redrawn in line with partisan interests which may result in uncompetitive races.
 
The paper adds to numerous publications devoted to irregularities of the US voting system. Indeed, there has a been a range of vulnerabilities in the conduct of American elections made public in recent years, recently, especially since the notoriously flawed ballot design in Florida in 2000.
 
There is a widespread suspicion of the role of money in politics. Regardless of their political affiliation, Americans agree that money has too much influence on the outcome of the vote, the wealthy have more influence on elections, and candidates who win office promote policies that help their donors.
 
The people think the country's campaign finance system needs significant changes. Americans do not think donating money to political candidates is a form of free speech.
 
Electoral laws are unfair to smaller parties like the Green Party, favor the governing party, or restrict voter's rights.
 
Gerrymandering of district boundaries to favor incumbents, waiting in line in excess of many hours, inaccurate state and local voter registers, insufficiently trained local poll workers, and the breakdown of voting machines are just a few example in the list of noticeable shortfalls. In 2014 serious problems with electronic voting were reported. The polling machines recorded a vote for the Democratic candidate when the screen was touched to cast a vote for the Republican.
 
In Texas the statewide voter registration system crashed, forcing many to complete provisional ballots when poll workers were unable to confirm voter eligibility.
 
The 2016 race is disappointing enough. There was reported confusion about new photo ID requirements and long lines.
 
The system of superdelegates is evidently undemocratic. For instance, this year Democratic superdelegates, who aren't beholden to vote for a candidate according to the popular choice, could potentially sway the nomination. It caused discontent among rank and file party members who would prefer another candidate instead of Hillary Clinton. G.O.P. candidate Donald Trump called the delegate system «rigged».
 
Noam Chomsky, a famous American scholar and the author of Failed States, believes there is an enormous gap between public opinion and policy in the United States.
 
In the book What We Say Goes: Conversations on US Power in a Changing World he sets an example. In 2005, the Program on International Policy Attitudes did an extensive poll on what people thought the budget ought to be.
 
It turned out to be the inverse of the actual budget: where federal funding was going up, an overwhelming majority wanted it to go down. The public opposed increases in military spending overall and supplemental spending for Iraq and Afghanistan, which is going up even more now. Where the budget was going down-social expenditures, health, renewable energy, veterans' benefits, the United Nations-right across the board, the public wanted spending to increase. US media kept this fact out of public eye.
 
«…when Americans with different income levels differ in their policy preferences, actual policy outcomes strongly reflect the preferences of the most affluent but bear virtually no relationship to the preferences of poor or middle-income Americans. The vast discrepancy I find in government responsiveness to citizens with different incomes stands in stark contrast to the ideal of political equality that Americans hold dear. Although perfect political equality is an unrealistic goal, representational biases of this magnitude call into question the very democratic character of our society», says Martin Gilens, the professor of politics at Princeton University and the author the author of Affluence & Influence: Economic Inequality and Political Power in America.
 
«Now it's just an oligarchy, with unlimited political bribery being the essence of getting the nominations for president or to elect the president. And the same thing applies to governors, and US senators and congress members», concludes former US president Jimmy Carter.
 
The US officials often recklessly accuse other countries of election tempering. There is a reason to believe they do it to obfuscate the real story of fraud and irregularities in their own electoral process. No doubt, America would do a better job of promoting democracy in other countries by setting an example to follow but it's voting system is broken and needs to be fixed. Today the United States is definitely not in the position to lecture and teach others. It has a long way to go if it wants to become a real democracy. 
 
 

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Posted 12 August 2018 - 12:17 PM

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Posted 12 August 2018 - 01:46 PM

More Gov't Military Convoys, Russian Soldiers Sent to Northern Syria to Liberate Idlib
 
 
 
 
August 12, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
More convoys of Syrian Army vehicles along with Russian forces have been dispatched to Northern Syria as government forces are readying to launch a large scale operation in Idlib against terrorists, military sources said on Sunday.
 
The sources said that long military columns, deployed in the Southern provinces, have been forwarded to the Northern part of the country.
 
They further said that the fresh convoys include tens of trucks carrying heavy weapons, equipment, arms and ammunition, adding that the convoys are en route to Idlib via Homs-Hama highway.
 
The sources went on to say that a number of Russian forces have been accompanying the Idlib-bound convoys.  
 
On Saturday, the army dispatched one of the largest military convoys of the government forces, including a large number of infantries, military vehicles and heavy equipment to Northern Hama in line with preparing for an imminent operation to drive terrorists out of Idlib province, parts of Northern Hama, Southern Aleppo and al-Ghaab Plain.
 
The entire Syrian army units, including special forces, will take part in the upcoming operation.
 
Military experts say that the army will kick off its operation by liberating the two key towns of Kafr Zita and al-Latamina in Northern Hama that are located along the Damascus Highway to Aleppo.
 
The army soldiers will also push their way to al-Ghaab Plain in order to retake the historical town of Qal'at al-Madiq.
 
From Qal'at al-Madiq, the army men will make their way North towards the Jisr Al-Shughour region for the first time since they withdrew from the area in May of 2015.
 
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Posted 13 August 2018 - 11:52 AM

Battle for the liberation of Idlib
 

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Posted 14 August 2018 - 01:43 PM

 

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Posted 15 August 2018 - 03:34 PM

 
 
 
 
 

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Posted 16 August 2018 - 05:20 AM

Trump Regime reinforcing USA Invasion Forces ?
TEHRAN (FNA)- The US-led coalition has dispatched more 250 trucks, carrying arms and ammunition, to the region under the control of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) on the Eastern Bank of the Euphrates River, the London-based pro-opposition Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) disclosed on Wednesday.
SOHR said that the coalition has dispatched over 250 truckloads of arms, ammunition and military equipment, including armored vehicles, to the SDF-held regions under a plan to develop and equip its bases in Eastern and Northeastern Syria. http://en.farsnews.c...=13970524000805

It further said that the convoy has been sent directly to the bases of American and other western states' military forces on the Eastern bank of the Euphrates River to be supplied to the SDF at a later stage.

SOHR disclosed on Tuesday that the US military started developing and equipping its three operational bases in Hasaka and Aleppo provinces and is also building a new large base in regions that are under the control of the SDF.

SOHR said that the US-led coalition started developing and equipping its military airports in Northeastern Syria after it sent a large military convoy to al-Shadadi airport in Southern Hasaka.

It went on to say that the US forces also started developing Ein al-Arab (Kobani) base in Northeastern Aleppo and another base in Tal Tamar region in Northwestern Hasaka.

SOHR further disclosed that the US army was planning to build a large military base in Manbij region on the Western Bank of the Euphrates River in Northeastern Aleppo. 


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Posted 16 August 2018 - 01:28 PM

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