Did you know a nuclear bomb was detonated in Yemen in 2015? by Horrux in Geopolitics

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I was a huge fan of UFO and alien theories.

I specifically recall looking forward to all of the footage we'd get to see when smart phones became popular and video cameras were carried everywhere.

Unfortunately/fortunately, these images/videos never materialized.
It's difficult to imagine a situation where the aliens went away because everyone has cameras, but it's not difficult to imagine why government hoaxters would quit playing their games.

Of course, I could be incorrect in this assessment. I haven't come across sufficiently compelling info to change my mind.

Did you happen to watch the video? If nukes aren't fake, then someone should be able to explain why every nuke video has been edited and doctored.

I recognize you as a rare critical-thinker with a similar world view, so hopefully you can take a look at the video and let me know what i'm missing. Also, please send me a link to the alien evidence (not witness testimony), because I've been looking for that, as well.

Edit: Here's another mushroom cloud explosion from Tianjen in 2015](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a0koN4ClvUo). It's a night time event, but the huge mushroom cloud can still be seen. Non-nuke.

Did you know a nuclear bomb was detonated in Yemen in 2015? by Horrux in Geopolitics

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Wait, you don't know about aliens & UFOs and nukes?

Did you know a nuclear bomb was detonated in Yemen in 2015? by Horrux in Geopolitics

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Who said "probable"? Aliens and UFOs are REAL and preventing detonation of nukes is one of their reasons for coming here. If you look at the timeline of the "surge" of UFO sightings, it coincides surprisingly well with the development of (OK, I'll humor you: alleged) nuclear weapons.

Did you know a nuclear bomb was detonated in Yemen in 2015? by Horrux in Geopolitics

[–]Tom_Bombadil 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

They don't get used in warfare because aliens come and prevent their detonation.

Alien intervention is more probable than a global super power hoax?

Did you know a nuclear bomb was detonated in Yemen in 2015? by Horrux in Geopolitics

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Oh yeah I've seen lots of detractors of the assertion it's a nuke. BUT IT IS MOST DEFINITELY A NUCLEAR WEAPON.

Thermobaric weapons don't emit radiations, they don't make a column of plasma either.

Nuclear weapons DO exist. They don't get used in warfare because aliens come and prevent their detonation. This was just a mountainside with possibly zero people in it. But still. 100% nuke.

Yeah I get that the nuke test films all look strange. Just like the moon landing. Strange pictures doesn't mean something doesn't exist. It means possibly doctored pictures, hiding or showing whatever the filmmakers want to show or hide. Maybe in the 153news video it truly is a composite of multiple cameras (gee wouldn't you think they have more than ONE camera filming this?) with different types of film and whatnot, in order to capture different aspects. As for the 1945 test, the film may well have been made from a plane at high altitude from very far away.

I personally know a guy in France who has a geiger counter, and saw his counter go nuts one time. After some digging, he came up with the "fake news of the alleged nuke detonated in the Ukraine" story some days prior. Just coincidence, I'm sure. No, nukes are real. They are just not going to be used in warfare, at least not anything bigger than a conventional weapon.

EDIT: This blast: https://youtu.be/NCJ8Dye0ZOc

Did you know a nuclear bomb was detonated in Yemen in 2015? by Horrux in Geopolitics

[–]Tom_Bombadil 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

That's pretty interesting, bro.

Although, i'm pretty sure many extreme explosions can create mushroom clouds. Particularly [thermobaric bombs](). https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thermobaric_weapon

Also, you may want to check this out. https://153news.net/watch_video.php?v=KAAXBAHDK9X8

This one is deep down the rabbit hole. The comments are immature, but the analysis is interesting.
I think they may be correct...

Question: Why Doesn't The US Army Develop Thermobaric Weapons?

Answer: Cause they have an elaborate hoax that they want to maintain. ;-)

China Is Losing India by useless_aether in Geopolitics

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Here is the list of top Chinese companies in India

https://yesgovtjob.com/chinese-companies-in-india/

China Is Losing India by useless_aether in Geopolitics

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another flashpoint might come from china's maritime silk road, they control some deep sea ports (eg ceylon) in the area. but the indian navy is tasked to take control of the indian ocean. so in a way, india is also surrounded by china.

China Is Losing India by useless_aether in Geopolitics

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interesting article. the war in Afghanistan has bound the USA to Pakistan for a long time now, the increasing distance from Pakistan and growing closeness with the "new factory of the world"(India) is going to be one of the massive shakeups of the foreign policy world over the next 5 to 10 years. China-Pakistan balanced against India-USA-SEA, another tense front one wrong move from igniting world war 3. This growing reality will no doubt shape China's thinking, surrounded on all sides by US backed allies will no doubt further fuel an increasingly uncontrollable Chinese nationalism. Interesting times

China Is Losing India by useless_aether in Geopolitics

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but i remember something about cfr being behind f.a.

What Would Happen if Korea United Into 1 Country? by AliceofX in Geopolitics

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best korea! :-)

NATO warns: China using the financial distress caused to world businesses by the Coronavirus to buy up the world's ports and assets by useless_aether in Geopolitics

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this is an attack on nation states. both wall st and china are controlled by the same globalist masters, so who owns what between the two almost doesn't matter in the big picture.

NATO warns: China using the financial distress caused to world businesses by the Coronavirus to buy up the world's ports and assets by useless_aether in Geopolitics

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I thought that this is exactly what the US-banks are planning. Especially the full control of ALL oil.

It seems that the extreme rich certainly have some kind of plan in this.

Is Sudan the next breadbasket? by AliceofX in Geopolitics

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Undervoted!

How Italy's Geography got Badly Nerfed by AliceofX in Geopolitics

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youtube link = small PP

Unintended Consequences: Did Trump Just Give the Middle East to China and Russia? - Global Research by CompleteDoubterII in Geopolitics

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It's not ours and we don't want it. We can't give it to them. Only the middle east can give it to them or they can take it. If that's wrong then it's wrong when we do it. Us "having" the middle east has cost us $8+ trillion dollars over the last 20 years. There is nothing of value to be gained from us having it. If China and Russia want to waste their money "having" the middle east then that's fine with me. If they are able to extract value from it then there is clearly something wrong with us because we couldn't. If they do gain from it that's fine also. China gains from trade from us. We wouldn't shut down all trade with them just to spite them. If China benefiting from something were the end of the world we would do several things differently. They will likely not gain much considering if our own track record says anything they are more likely to bleed trillions of dollars.

China Threatens Germany With Retaliation If Huawei 5G Is Banned by useless_aether in Geopolitics

[–]x0x7 2 insightful - 2 fun2 insightful - 1 fun3 insightful - 2 fun -  (0 children)

Can't control its money. Can't control its own regulations.

But Germany is still a democracy because it still elects the people who have nothing to do with their government.

China Threatens Germany With Retaliation If Huawei 5G Is Banned by useless_aether in Geopolitics

[–]Tiwaking 2 insightful - 2 fun2 insightful - 1 fun3 insightful - 2 fun -  (0 children)

Is Germany even a country?

It cant control its borders and it cant control its telecommunications network.

Pakistan revives Belt-and-Road projects under Chinese pressure by useless_aether in Geopolitics

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Pakistan revives Belt-and-Road projects under Chinese pressure by useless_aether in Geopolitics

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wtf, i managed to read it w/o subscription. anyway: https://archive.is/QhuMV

Pakistan revives Belt-and-Road projects under Chinese pressure by useless_aether in Geopolitics

[–]Tiwaking 2 insightful - 1 fun2 insightful - 0 fun3 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Become an FT subscriber to read:

Danish intelligence classifies Greenland as No 1 security risk after Trump interest in island by useless_aether in Geopolitics

[–]Horrux 2 insightful - 1 fun2 insightful - 0 fun3 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Greenland is also the #1 threat to the "global warming" scam.

Danish intelligence classifies Greenland as No 1 security risk after Trump interest in island by useless_aether in Geopolitics

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greenland is big enough accommodate all the migrants of the world. they would be still in europe technically if thats what they all want.

Danish intelligence classifies Greenland as No 1 security risk after Trump interest in island by useless_aether in Geopolitics

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I love Denmark but they have more important things to classify as a Number 1 Security risk other than Greenland.....http://www.gees.org/articulos/converting-denmark-into-a-muslim-country

The Danger of the Thucydides Trap by ruperttaylor in Geopolitics

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BRICS countries to build digital sovereignty by useless_aether in Geopolitics

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i keep my savings in chf!

BRICS countries to build digital sovereignty by useless_aether in Geopolitics

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Yes, this is the end of the US Dollar. Get ready.

Russia says BRICS nations favor idea of common payment system by useless_aether in Geopolitics

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You mean the weaponized US dollar which represents a taxation system on all trade worldwide isn't doing it for them? Whodathunk!

The ride will get bumpy as the US dollar eventually gets priced to zero!

Iran discovers new oil field with over 50 billion barrels by useless_aether in Geopolitics

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Uh oh... WAR.

Israel Sending 250,000 "Settlers" To Golan Heights, $7B "Looted" From US In Afghan & Bolton Fail ~ The Last American Vagabond by JasonCarswell in Geopolitics

[–]cant_even 2 insightful - 1 fun2 insightful - 0 fun3 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Put down the Newspeak Dictionary, sir.

"settlers"

'Oh; like Little House on the Prairie!'

No, it's more like, "Ja, das ist der Lebensraum".

Be sure to read 1.2, 'Racist ideology'. "Untermenschen" must give way to Volksdeutsche Chosen People™.

Israel's occupation of land and subsequent placement of 'settlers' is identical, in concept and execution, to Himmler's plan to relocate "ethnic Germans" into occupied Poland.

US Foreign Policy In Shambles: NATO and the Middle East - Michel Chossudovsky: Guns and Butter # 409 (Note: Turkey has defacto left NATO, and is now allied with Russia) by Tom_Bombadil in Geopolitics

[–]Tom_Bombadil[S] 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Good point about the coup.

They still need a strong air force, because with out one then you're screwed.

They are needed to literally make on-the-fly decisions in the fog of war.

US Foreign Policy In Shambles: NATO and the Middle East - Michel Chossudovsky: Guns and Butter # 409 (Note: Turkey has defacto left NATO, and is now allied with Russia) by Tom_Bombadil in Geopolitics

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Russia also destroyed ISIS oil trucks that were going to Turkey.

US Foreign Policy In Shambles: NATO and the Middle East - Michel Chossudovsky: Guns and Butter # 409 (Note: Turkey has defacto left NATO, and is now allied with Russia) by Tom_Bombadil in Geopolitics

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The coup against Erogan was supported by the US. And Turkey does not want to arm the Kurds. This made Turkey align a bit more with Russia.

I am not even sure why they needed the airplanes. Maybe saved a lot of money by going for defence instead of offence.

US Foreign Policy In Shambles: NATO and the Middle East - Michel Chossudovsky: Guns and Butter # 409 (Note: Turkey has defacto left NATO, and is now allied with Russia) by Tom_Bombadil in Geopolitics

[–]Jesus 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Neocons in the US seem to loathe Trump. Which makes me question the whole dialectic. We know Putin has close ties to the Chabad Lubavitch cult as does Trump, we know that Putin is great friends with Israel and Iran, despite what the kabuki theater in the US tells us, we know that Assad is good allies with Putin and many news articles in Israel exclaim that Assad i san Israel ally. We know China wants to rebuild Syria. We also know thr globalists call for a multilateral economic order. We also know that the Belt Road Initiative beneficiaries will be China, Russia, Israel who sells US tech to china, Syria, and even Iran. I think the plan is for dedollarization and the Coming gold backed SDR coming to fruition fronted by the BRIC countries and China. This will erase the sovereignty of thr US and bring in the long desired goal of a new multilateral economic order.

The imperialists of the US might ne acting on diametrically opposed goals. I'm not sure though, considering if you read Petras's book on the war in the middle east, the oil companies lost a lot of stake. I rhink the war was fronted by staunh Israel supporters who wanted Saddam out of power and to destroy Israel's enemies whilstu invading Afghanistan to build a pipeline that was proposed by UNOCAL.

It was a war fronted by various geopolitical agendas in the US some opposed to each other.

US Foreign Policy In Shambles: NATO and the Middle East - Michel Chossudovsky: Guns and Butter # 409 (Note: Turkey has defacto left NATO, and is now allied with Russia) by Tom_Bombadil in Geopolitics

[–]Jesus 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

That's the whole point of acedemic gatekeepers. You can actually learn from them, and they do speak some truth but they completely ignore obvious truths that do not serve their masters.

US Foreign Policy In Shambles: NATO and the Middle East - Michel Chossudovsky: Guns and Butter # 409 (Note: Turkey has defacto left NATO, and is now allied with Russia) by Tom_Bombadil in Geopolitics

[–]Tom_Bombadil[S] 2 insightful - 1 fun2 insightful - 0 fun3 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

He very well could be another Chomsky-like character.

Chomsky does put out some quality info. Even if he is a crypto-Zionist shill.

US Foreign Policy In Shambles: NATO and the Middle East - Michel Chossudovsky: Guns and Butter # 409 (Note: Turkey has defacto left NATO, and is now allied with Russia) by Tom_Bombadil in Geopolitics

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Probably both. The US used to have unchallenged power in the middle East. It's influence had waned. That can't be ignored.

I agree that Israel screwed the US.

US Foreign Policy In Shambles: NATO and the Middle East - Michel Chossudovsky: Guns and Butter # 409 (Note: Turkey has defacto left NATO, and is now allied with Russia) by Tom_Bombadil in Geopolitics

[–]pointyball 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Trump isn't doing the Deep States bidding by staying in Syria and refusing to attack Iran. It isn't the US foreign policy that is in shambles it is the nation state whose bidding we were doing that is in shambles.

US Foreign Policy In Shambles: NATO and the Middle East - Michel Chossudovsky: Guns and Butter # 409 (Note: Turkey has defacto left NATO, and is now allied with Russia) by Tom_Bombadil in Geopolitics

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The Power of Israel in the United States, “the US-Jewish-Israeli lobby has created a warlike climate which now goes counter to the interests of all the world’s major oil companies including BP, the UK-based gas company, SASOL (South Africa), Royal Dutch Shell, Total of France, and others.”

This doesn't surprise me, because the oiligarchs are already divesting from fossil fuels, and investing in the Agenda 21 global takeover scam.

The journalist Michael Massing reports that a congressional staffer sympathetic to Israel told him, “We can count on well over half the House – 250 to 300 members – to do reflexively whatever AIPAC wants.” Similarly, Steven Rosen, the former AIPAC official who has been indicted for allegedly passing classified government documents to Israel, illustrated AIPAC’s power for the New Yorker’s Jeffrey Goldberg by putting a napkin in front of him and saying, “In twenty-four hours, we could have the signatures of seventy senators on this napkin.” These are not idle boasts.

They are probably correct that within a certain set of issues AIPAC runs the show. Similar to the NRA.
However they're far from all powerful in the US.

They were screaming for an Iranian invasion in 2005 with Bush, but got nothing...

They were screaming for Obama and Shillary to invade Syria in 2012, and both parties told them to fuck off.

They went "all in" in opposition to the Iran deal. Again they got nowhere...

Then with Trump in office they played the same Syria card, and still no Syrian invasion. Trump cancelled the Iran deal, but he also dismantles everything Obama touched, so that was more of a revenge act fron the score of Obama's the AP Dinner mocking.

Now war with Iran is close to impossible. The Middle East NATO is a sham, with half the intended membership. With the other half supporting Russia and Iran.

The Zionist plans have backfired, as they overplayed their hand.

I agree that the Zionist influence is a disastrous problem, but they're far from the ultimate shot callers.

Edit: I do enjoy these exchanges.

US Foreign Policy In Shambles: NATO and the Middle East - Michel Chossudovsky: Guns and Butter # 409 (Note: Turkey has defacto left NATO, and is now allied with Russia) by Tom_Bombadil in Geopolitics

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I messaged you. If you read his books, it is clear he sucks up to Israel.

US Foreign Policy In Shambles: NATO and the Middle East - Michel Chossudovsky: Guns and Butter # 409 (Note: Turkey has defacto left NATO, and is now allied with Russia) by Tom_Bombadil in Geopolitics

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Well, despite Guns and Butter interviewing real truth seekers, they for the most part all push the multilateral economic order, or dedollarization.

As for Chossudovsky....

His book Towards a World War III Scenario: The Dangers of Nuclear War presents a pertinent case study.

The treatise is largely concerned with the provocative shift in U.S. foreign policy toward a preemptive rationale in its dealings with “rogue” governments like those of Iran and North Korea and the erosion of any distinction in war planning between “tactical” nuclear weapons and the “conventional” war toolbox. Towards a World War III Scenario also concerns itself in a few problematic passages with the role of Israel in the “War on Terror”. Chossudovsky acknowledges the existence of Israel’s nuclear arsenal and its collusion with the U.S.; but, for him, “Tel Aviv is not a prime mover” for intervention against Iran and “does not have a separate and distinct military agenda” from that of the Pentagon. Israel, for Chossudovsky, is only “part of a military alliance” – practically a pawn – that might “be used by Washington to justify, in the eyes of world opinion, a military intervention of the U.S. and NATO with a view to ‘defending Israel’, rather than attacking Iran.”

Chossudovsky’s defense is that Israel is a not a truly sovereign military power. “The U.S. military oversees Israel’s Air Defense system, which is integrated into the Pentagon’s global system,” he explains. “In other words, Israel cannot launch a war against Iran without Washington’s consent. Hence the importance,” Chossudovsky avers, “of the so-called ‘Green Light’ legislation in the U.S. Congress sponsored by the Republican party under House Resolution 1553, which explicitly supports an Israeli attack on Iran”. “In practice,” he continues, “the proposed legislation was a ‘green light’ to the White House and the Pentagon rather than to Israel” and “constitutes a rubber stamp to a U.S.-sponsored war on Iran which uses Israel as a convenient military launch pad,” a mere “pretext to wage war”.

The real culprits, Chossudovsky alleges, are the “Anglo-American oil giants”. “The U.S.-led war in the broader Middle East Central Asian region consists in gaining control over more than sixty percent of the world’s reserves of oil and natural gas.” The best the professor can produce in the way of evidence for his claim is a Clinton-era National Security Statement citing the strategic interest of the U.S. in ensuring the security of Middle East oil reserves. As Aryan Skynet has already discussed in greater detail, however, analysts Dr. James Petras and Muhammad Idrees Ahmad have already lain this lamestream liberal canard to rest. “Through its all-out campaign in the US Congress and Administration,” Petras observes in his book The Power of Israel in the United States, “the US-Jewish-Israeli lobby has created a warlike climate which now goes counter to the interests of all the world’s major oil companies including BP, the UK-based gas company, SASOL (South Africa), Royal Dutch Shell, Total of France, and others.” Chossudovsky is not unaware of the work of Dr. Petras; he is simply engaging in racial and ideological obfuscation.

Professor Chossudovsky betrays his instinctive anti-Christian bias in referring to an “American Inquisition” that is engaged in conducting a “holy crusade” in the Middle East. Note that it is not an “American Sanhedrin” or an “American Synagogue of Satan”. Rather, it is “an ideological construct which is, in many regards, similar to the inquisitorial social order prevailing in France and Spain during the Middle Ages.” Chossudovsky’s writing presents a thematic parallel with the vocabulary of Neoreaction, with its excoriation of a hegemonic “Cathedral” – all of which only seems to suggest that, ideological trappings aside, a Jew’s political thought remains Judaic in all of its permutations. That isn't antisemitic, it is a fact.

As for the putatively authoritative role of the U.S. Congress that Chossudovsky cites as evidence of Israel’s lack of agency in America’s foreign policy agenda, that is only a sickening joke in consideration of the fact that those in the know have for decades acknowledged that Israel’s U.S. lobby, AIPAC, grips the House and Senate. “I believe that Israel has a powerful stranglehold on the American government,” late Representative Jim Traficant told Greta Van Susteren in an interview conducted after Traficant’s release from imprisonment on charges Michael Collins Piper scrutinizes in his exposé Target: Traficant6. “They control both […] the House and the Senate,” Traficant continued. “They have us involved in wars in which we have little or no interest. […] They’re controlling much of our foreign policy.” “It is no overstatement to say that AIPAC has effectively gained control of virtually all of Capitol Hill’s action on Middle East policy,” Paul Findley concurs in his book They Dare to Speak Out: People and Institutions Confront Israel’s Lobby. “Almost without exception, House and Senate members do its bidding, because most of them consider AIPAC to be the direct Capitol Hill representative of a political force that can make or break their chances at election time.”8 John J. Mearshimer and Stephen M. Walt give a sense of the breadth of the “stranglehold” Traficant describes in their study The Israel Lobby and U.S. Foreign Policy:

Not only does it exert significant influence over the policy process in Democratic and Republican administrations alike, but it is even more powerful on Capitol Hill. The journalist Michael Massing reports that a congressional staffer sympathetic to Israel told him, “We can count on well over half the House – 250 to 300 members – to do reflexively whatever AIPAC wants.” Similarly, Steven Rosen, the former AIPAC official who has been indicted for allegedly passing classified government documents to Israel, illustrated AIPAC’s power for the New Yorker’s Jeffrey Goldberg by putting a napkin in front of him and saying, “In twenty-four hours, we could have the signatures of seventy senators on this napkin.” These are not idle boasts.

US Foreign Policy In Shambles: NATO and the Middle East - Michel Chossudovsky: Guns and Butter # 409 (Note: Turkey has defacto left NATO, and is now allied with Russia) by Tom_Bombadil in Geopolitics

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Is that because he's.. a conspiracy theorist!?

IMO people writing books in 2005 about 9/11 and claiming that OBL was a made up Boogeyman for Middle East wars is on the right side of history...

What exactly do you take issue with?

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During the Syrian war, didn't Turkey shot down a couple of Russia jets?

Mapped: Who owns the world’s gold reserves | MINING.com by useless_aether in Geopolitics

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good question .. even better :-D to ask :-D

Not Debt Default, but Debt Cancellation is Real Possibility for an Economic Reboot - Who owns the Debt anyways if all countries are broke ?

https://voat.co/v/politics/3271260

Islamic State claims responsibility for Sri Lanka bombings by useless_aether in Geopolitics

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The Islamic state is Israel.

Islamic State claims responsibility for Sri Lanka bombings by useless_aether in Geopolitics

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Watch for libtards to claim that they're just saying that to gain attention. Dey gud bois.

The Para-State - An Ethnography of Colombia's Death Squads (Myth20c - Ep117) ~ Myth of the 20th Century by JasonCarswell in Geopolitics

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Show notes:

" Deep in the jungles of Colombia, a place so thick with vegetation and rugged with mountains that the government was unable to defeat a guerrilla insurgency for 53 years, law and order is a matter of who wields the strongest weapon. Sitting at the crossroads of South and North America as well as the Atlantic and the Pacific, Colombia’s history has been colored by the cocaine industry, funneling billions of export dollars into the hands of otherwise poor farmers. Yet the majority of this money, because of the illicit nature of the product, stayed outside the official economy, and was often controlled by notorious drug kingpins such as Pablo Escobar. Along the sidelines, using it to fund their war against what they saw as a corrupt oligarchy and their paramilitary forces, was the FARC, receiving military support from communist countries against the government’s CIA-backed weaponry. In 2016, a peace agreement formed a tentative truce, and the country struggled to integrate millions of former fighters who have for most of their lives known only war. "

Crude oil reserves in billion barrels by useless_aether in Geopolitics

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Assuming that oil isn't abiotic.

NATO At 70 - Time For The Zombie To Die ~ RonPaulLibertyReport by JasonCarswell in Geopolitics

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Show notes:

" If NATO were a person, it would be five years past retirement age. In fact NATO should have retired back in the early 1990s when its reason for existence - the Warsaw Pact - ceased to exist. Instead, new missions had to be created and new enemies had to be made to justify the massive behemoth that provides lush jobs for the well-connected and vast fortunes for the weapons makers. NATO must die and the sooner the better. "

11/9: A Retrospective, and Debunking James Corbett's "Debunking" of Russia/Israel/MobGate ~ The Antedote [Trump's _real_ OTHER Russiagate with the Jewish Russian Mafia and beyond, with a better name: "GLOBAL-MOBGATE", election fraud, limited hangouts, Active Measures docu, Cambridge Analytica, etc] by JasonCarswell in Geopolitics

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Depends what you mean by "it".

The claim is also that there was Russia collusion and connections.

It's a limited hangout to make the sheeple NOT believe that Trump or Hillary are scum in bed with Jewish Russian scum.

11/9: A Retrospective, and Debunking James Corbett's "Debunking" of Russia/Israel/MobGate ~ The Antedote [Trump's _real_ OTHER Russiagate with the Jewish Russian Mafia and beyond, with a better name: "GLOBAL-MOBGATE", election fraud, limited hangouts, Active Measures docu, Cambridge Analytica, etc] by JasonCarswell in Geopolitics

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It doesn't debunk it.

The takeaway is that there may have been Republican election fraud, similar to 2004 diebold Ohio (and others) vote e-machine rigging.

The claim is that Russia gate is a distraction device from that.

They don't provide any evidence.

Russia opens military center in Venezuela, defying U.S. threats by useless_aether in Geopolitics

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i was just thinking we could really use another proxy war.

Bobby Fischer - A King’s Gambit (Myth20c - Ep115) ~ Myth of the 20th Century by JasonCarswell in Geopolitics

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Show notes:

Considered by many as the greatest chess player of all time, Robert James Fischer at an early age showed an aptitude for chess that few others would compare. His rise to dominance was rapid, as was his fall from the public eye and then into notoriety later in life. Bobby Fischer was outspoken, iconoclastic, and unquestionably a genius.

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Venezuela: The Latest Battleground in the Geopolitical War between the US, Russia and China by useless_aether in Geopolitics

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I see it as the first battleground, honestly.

Venezuela: The Latest Battleground in the Geopolitical War between the US, Russia and China by useless_aether in Geopolitics

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i think one of the many things the architects of the multipolar nwo are doing is to make the nation states so interdependent on each other, to make it really hard for any one country to be self sufficient. and to dismantle this system peacefully, through negotiations. look no further than brexit.
eg, destroy production in the us and shift it to china, energy from russia to the eu, the silk road, foreign investments all over, the imf, wb, wto, etc are like straitjacket on a sovereignty of nations.

Venezuela: The Latest Battleground in the Geopolitical War between the US, Russia and China by useless_aether in Geopolitics

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Great post. Well, and there's the idea that it's like an onion, and that even at the highest level it's just all theater. The whole energy economy and monetary system could be seen as just a game of control, that fossil fuels are not the only solution to our energy needs, nor is currency is the only solution to human beings working with and trusting each other.

Venezuela: The Latest Battleground in the Geopolitical War between the US, Russia and China by useless_aether in Geopolitics

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jesus compiled a really good post yesterday about the coming multipolar nwo:

https://saidit.net/s/conspiracy/comments/i01/geroge_soros_the_rockefellers_and_the_uns_china/

Venezuela: The Latest Battleground in the Geopolitical War between the US, Russia and China by useless_aether in Geopolitics

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Russia’s intense presence in Venezuela is a strategic response by the Kremlin, designed to maintain its position in the battle for world supremacy.

Are Russia's actions more in line with attaining world supremacy or with maintaining a muti-polar world where states (countries) keep their own sovereignty?

I think a look at a list of overeseas military bases and military expenditures by country show that the US has the largest world military spending and presence.

If Russia wanted supremacy, why not annex Syria rather than protect it?

I see the alliances between Russia, China, and Venezuela as a response to the attempted NWO.

Iran issues huge oil threat to US 'We will close the Strait of Hormuz' by useless_aether in Geopolitics

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Looks like Iran is begging for a healthy dose of Freedom. Probably just bluster since this isn't the first time they have threatened to close the strait. But Bolton also has a hard on to invade Iran. Could this be the excuse they need?

US THAAD deployed for first time in Israel for joint drill - DEBKAfile by useless_aether in Geopolitics

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The USEUCOM Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) System is to be deployed in southern Israel for a joint drill in which some 200 US troops will take part, the US embassy and IDF spokesman announced on Monday, March 4.

The THAAD system, the most advanced systems of its kind in the world, will be added to the existing Israeli air defense systems which defend against long-range ballistic missiles, the US Defense Department said. The purpose of its tactical deployment is “to train the ability to rapidly deploy complex systems around the world, while strengthening capabilities and cooperation with the air defense systems of the Israel Air Force.

“During the deployment, US service members will work in various locations throughout Israel and practice operational procedures for augmenting Israel’s existing air and missile defense architecture. They will refine network connectivity, and conduct multinational training and security cooperation activities,” the US DoD said. The THAAD is deployed from the 11th Air Defense Artillery Brigade, 32nd Army Air and Missile Defense Command (AAMDC) stationed at Ft. Bliss, Texas. Israel’s air defenses currently include the Iron Dome, designed to shoot down short-range rockets; the Arrow system, which intercepts ballistic missiles outside of the Earth’s atmosphere; and the David’s Sling missile defense system, which is designed to intercept tactical ballistic missiles, medium- to long-range rockets, as well as cruise missiles fired at ranges between 40 to 300 km.

The joint US-Israeli drill comes shortly after the completion of Juniper Falcon 2019, which tested the level of coordination between the two countries in the event of an Iranian ballistic missile threat against Israel.

DEBKAfile: The THAAD and Arrow systems are both hooked onto the early warning systems of USEUCOM, the US European Command, through the advanced US X-band FBX-T radar which is located at a US base in the Israeli Negev. From that base, every Iranian missile launch is monitored.

Our political sources also reveal that, by the THAAD deployment to Israel, the Trump administration demonstrates how far it is ready to go to defend this country against Iranian threats – and also whom Washington prefers to see in charge of Israel’s security.

Russia’s Next Land Grab Won’t Be in an Ex-Soviet State. It Will Be in Europe. by useless_aether in Geopolitics

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Always has been multipolar, not unilateral like the faux-alt-media try to tell us. And Yes, the UN will run it. many of the families who call for this multilateral economic order also want the UN to front it.

Russia’s Next Land Grab Won’t Be in an Ex-Soviet State. It Will Be in Europe. by useless_aether in Geopolitics

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not so sure about those born in this century and then educated by common core!

Russia’s Next Land Grab Won’t Be in an Ex-Soviet State. It Will Be in Europe. by useless_aether in Geopolitics

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it is the "multipolar nwo". brics, sco, nafta(usmc), but the un will run it. and the illuminati behind the scenes.

Russia’s Next Land Grab Won’t Be in an Ex-Soviet State. It Will Be in Europe. by useless_aether in Geopolitics

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Yup, the NWO is an eastern BRICS, front. It never was western.

Russia’s Next Land Grab Won’t Be in an Ex-Soviet State. It Will Be in Europe. by useless_aether in Geopolitics

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I think everyone remembers the USSR, yes

The US is starting to build once-banned cruise missiles for the first time since the Cold War by useless_aether in Geopolitics

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'Cruise missiles' sounds so nice. Luxury missles.

Russia’s new military doctrine: preparation for large-scale war by useless_aether in Geopolitics

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Has that not been their military doctrine since inception?

Video screened at UN Human Rights Council meeting February 28, 2019—Don't Invade Venezuela, Invade Israel by hennaojisan in Geopolitics

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The hasty opinion expressed in the headline is mine and not saidit's.

Spastic US Imperialists Eye Kashmir, Korea, Venezuela, Iran. It’s a Hot, Cold, Hybrid War – by Pepe Escobar (Asian Times) 2 March 2019 by useless_aether in Geopolitics

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I was in Kashmir when it was peaceful, on the surface at least, but it was mostly Muslim and in my opinion, should be part of Pakistan. The problem is both India and Pakistan have nukes now so my opinion is moot. The US had better keep out of that dispute unless of course, they want to start a nuclear war.

Weakened NATO: Europe's Immense Security Challenges in the Age of Trump - SPIEGEL ONLINE - International by [deleted] in Geopolitics

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spiegel is msm, so this is likely the official eu bureaucracy perspective

Russia may absorb Belarus: "We’re ready to unite," president says by useless_aether in Geopolitics

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was there ever a referendum where the people of russia and belarus expressed their will?

Russia vs NATO map by useless_aether in Geopolitics

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the brits

Russia vs NATO map by useless_aether in Geopolitics

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Who said that?

Russia vs NATO map by useless_aether in Geopolitics

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i was surprised to learn that the british military is still stronger than the chinese the other day

Russia vs NATO map by useless_aether in Geopolitics

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They got China and Iran too.

"United Nations Partners With CIA-Funded Palantir" on TLAV The Last American Vagabond with Ryan Cristian (2019-02-08) by JasonCarswell in Geopolitics

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Indeed.

It's likely too late to vote this up for any exposure.

"United Nations Partners With CIA-Funded Palantir" on TLAV The Last American Vagabond with Ryan Cristian (2019-02-08) by JasonCarswell in Geopolitics

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yes, its a big deal, they used food shortages to start the french revolution and it exposes the working of the nwo.

USA Top 10 Allies & Adversaries based of the U.S. Report on UN Voting Practices in 2017 by useless_aether in Geopolitics

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further proof australia is occupying png.

The Mindanao Conflict in the Philippines: Roots, Costs, and Potential Peace Dividend by useless_aether in Geopolitics

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TIL MILF is for Moro Islamic Liberation Front in the Philippines

Opinion | Why Donald Trump Will Lose in 2020 by peoplesinte1 in Geopolitics

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lol, the alt right are a bunch of pouty bitches. Can't even handle a simple article.

Opinion | Why Donald Trump Will Lose in 2020 by peoplesinte1 in Geopolitics

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poor article

USMCA (NAFTA): U.S., Canada and Mexico sign trade agreement by useless_aether in Geopolitics

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well played, deep state.

USMCA (NAFTA): U.S., Canada and Mexico sign trade agreement by useless_aether in Geopolitics

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I noticed this yesterday too. Kind of slipped under the radar a bit with bush's death.

Putin positive on Macron’s ‘European army’ plan, says it's good for multipolar world by useless_aether in Geopolitics

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he knows the eu army will not be aimed against russia. it will be for 'internal use'

Robotics & Geopolitics: Automation Could Affect U.S. Jobs and Politics by useless_aether in Geopolitics

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the positive feedback loop will be super strong