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  1. Siward

    BREAKING NEWS HEADLINES!!

    The manifesto is certainly a red flag for me. Since the Brexit referendum the elite have been trying time and again to tie those who voted leave to the far right, tried and failed and yet here is someone who conveniently states exactly what the MSM have been pushing. How did he get the gun. New Zealand gun laws allow assualt rifles like the one he had but he was an Aussie i.e. he had no legal right to have a gun like that. The gun dealers are, as far as I've been able to ascertain, heavily policed so it seems doubtful he slipped a dealer some $$$$ and walked out with a gun. I don't really know guns, but I'd be interested if someone who did could ID the gun make, model and variant.
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    2016 US Presidential Election

    This video you need to watch, it ties in with my comment about us focussing on the left hand whilst the right is busy.
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    2016 US Presidential Election

    Maybe I've missed something but given that the person thrown/dragged/arrested, into the van has already been established as not Hillary but rather her body double why are we analysing it? Surely we are simply analysing something the left hand is doing whilst the right is busy ? Or have we decided that that really was her being put into the van and the double came later ?
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    2016 US Presidential Election

    My theory is that Hillary isn't meant to win. Either her illness is a ruse to keep Obama in office or, and this is Brandon Smith's theory which I happen to agree with, the plan is to get Trump in, crash everything and then everything that Trump (apparently) stands for is classed as responsible rather than the actual dark actors.
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    2016 US Presidential Election

    I'm interested that no one has mentioned that the 9/11 Hillary was Hillary's double. It's been covered by a small number of papers most noticably The Sun (of all papers !!) in the UK, also covered on a thread on Lunatic Outpost and GLP. Check out the woman in the video still on Kandescent's post, only vaguely looks like Hillary.
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    BREXIT

    Sorry LoneStarr, I should be doing all of this in a single thread. As someone who works for an Investment Bank in the City I can tell you they were worried about Brexit. We were all pretty much told to vote Remain, our Chairman even sent out two reminders stating the Banks official position on the vote. I do agree with your position on a revote, you can see with the Labour parties attempts to oust Corbyn that our democratically elected representatives don't intend to honour a democratic result.
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    BREXIT

    also, please see my previous post (or do your own research on Zero Hedge, Jim Stone etc....) on the petition for a 2nd referendum vote.
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    BREXIT

    Sorry LoneStarr, your first sentence isn't correct. Both Labour and Conservatives have elements that are anti-EU and have pushed for some sort of realignment or entire disengagment. The public had latched onto this and for several general elections i.e. several 4 yer cycles, a referendum was part of both parties election manifesto but, as is typical around the world, as soon as the party got in the referendum would be ignored. UKIP during this period was gradually building itself in Europe but failed to have any impact on UK parliamentary elections. All that changed in the 2015 general election when UKIP, whilst gaining virtually nothing seat wise, made a critical breakthrough in terms of voting mass gaining 12.5% of the vote or 3,881,000 votes which nationally put them 3rd nationally with three times as many votes as the SNP who (as a reasult of the election) end up controlling Scotland. Analysis showed that much of that support came from disaffected Tories and Cameron with other Tory grandees realised they needed a plan or risk the party getting ripped apart in future polls. They hatched a cunning plan to steal UKIP's thunder. UKIP had for many years made their position clear, the UK needed to come out of the EU, so the Tories decided a great way to spike UKIPs guns would be to take that and run with it, simultanously meeting their long standing manifesto commitment. The agreement was only made because polling had consistently shown Leave support at around 35% and as such it was felt that it would be a risk free endevour. And so Brexit came about. As you can see, if either of the main parties had wanted to give us a referendum they could have done in any of the previous governements but they didn't, that only changed when UKIP threatened the status quo and as such needed to be dealt. So really all of this is to do with UKIP's resilience over the years, and in particular Farage's drive. I should end this by saying I'm not a member of any political party, principally because as we all know politicians are owned and apply corporate interests.
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    BREXIT

    As a Brit (who voted Leave) I have to take issue with parts of the Henry Makow piece. In the run upto the vote there was plenty of evidence that support for Leave was running somewhere between 65% and 80% thanks to independant online polling, including at one point that mainstream corps like AOL. All of the polls were ingored by all of the press including all of those listed in his piece. I was particularly annoyed, in the run upto the vote, that the news papers which sit, and have sat for many years, on the anti-EU side completely failed to lead the battle against those news organisations which have typically been pro-EU. About 3 days before the vote a single begrudging piece was written by a Telegraph journalist in favour of exit, but the rest of the paper was heavily pro-corporate interests whichof course was anti-Leave. The day after the Sun (murdoch owned) came out as pro-Leave which was the first paper to officially do so. The Daily Mail, The Express all occupied the central ground and pretty much everyone else was pro-Remain. So, quite alot of the assertions about media supporting Leave pre-vote is rubbish. Post vote, has been equally interesting. The 4m people petition for a 2nd referendum, now shown to be fraudulant has been heavily pushed as legit by most of the media organisations with a few suprises. The Guardian and Mirror, two traditionally pro-EU outlets challenged the petition, the Telegraph managed to ignore it. The Daily Mail and Daily Express, post vote have switched to pro-leave. The fake BBC driven upsurge in racism post-vote has only been challenged in alternative media. Coverage of the Labour party attempted coup on Corbyn with the intention to replace him with someone who wants to challenge and block the referendum (something most MP's of both main parties want) has been almost non-existant. They even failed to ponder why Cameron (when he challenged Corbyn) as leader of the Tories would want Corbyn to go The best analysis I've read has been by Brandon Smith (I think his name is) over at Alt-Market, he has a couple of things I don't agree with but largely I think its bang on. Incidentally, I've often thought we should invite him to post over here as he's very perceptive, very thought provoking in the same way most of you (who post) are when you post things I simply would not have thought of.
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    THE END GAME

    You know the way the elite talk in subtle ways to warn us but not really because only those awake catch the meaning. The CEO of the Banking Group I work at was giving a talk today to the Investment Bank arm and covered some topics which were unusual in that they hadn't been covered previously either by himself, his predecessor or the head of the investement bank in his regular updates. 1) In the talk he covered how there have been many crashes in his time and there will be many more in the future. 2) He talked about how our strategy and pull out of key markets should limit our exposure to just our core areas. 3) He talked about how we had the right people in place and whether the bank survived or not would not depend on us. 4) He also talked about the opportunites that trading in extreme volitilty brings, but how any trading must be within the approved parameters to avoid large losses during that time. To put this into context, normally senior people in any organisation but especially my sector give talks that are largely numbers based with an upbeat tone. Even when they are planning on redundancies they put that in a positive spin, "refacing to meet the challenges", "creating a dynamic new structure to facilitate growth" etc.... There was none of that. What did I take out of the talk was this,. Based on point 1: There's a crash coming soon (these are regular talks and it didnt feature in the last one). Based on point 2: We've pulled out of countries where we weren't of strategic value to governments/financial fabric and remain in those where we are. Based on point 3: No more changes to personel, we're going in with what we've got (another clue that its soon). Based on point 3: There will be Bank failures but he's hopeful it's not us and if it is then it's nothing individual staff could have prevented. Based on point 4: Big swings in the market bring trading opportunities. Based on point 4: Stick to approved trading or you and the bank will get burnt. Not sure if this is interest to anyone, just posting it in case it is.
  11. umm, ok, can someone help me out here. Who are the "Ancient Royal Families" ? Where are they now ? How do they have title deeds to land, if terrestial then they had the land through conquest originally, if other worldly why would they need a title deed ? All very confusing.
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    It's April again.... 4/15....5/15

    Thanks Rogue for posting all of those. The thing about Zeta and Fulford is that even though there's quite alot of evidence that Russia is controlled by the same overall Elite and is essentially playing "Good Cop" to the West's "Bad Cop" so that the populace will be more accepting of the actual NWO rather than the monster that the West appears to be building, neither actually tackle that in any shape or form. The East, both Russia and China both want inclusion in the basket that makes up the SDR, something that the west wants to use to usurp national currencies. The Brics set up rivals to the World Bank and IMF (bad cop institutions) but both have stated that they will work hand in hand with those corrupt institutions. The UN, central Elite-town, welcomed both institutions and said that it looked forward to them reaching out to countries traditional resistant to the World Bank and IMF, in otherwords it's just a ploy to extend control to those areas resisting. None of this is ever covered by Fulford (or Zeta) which leads people to conclude that whilst his information is interesting, it is merely the "good cop" version of events rather than a genuinely independant sharer of information. Anyway, bit of rambling there, thanks again Rogue.
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    It's April again.... 4/15....5/15

    I've always found the Enoch prophecies to be fairly suspect. Once you focus on specifics it starts to fall down. Take the part on epidemics, they name current diseases known at that time but don't name future epidemics, simply stating that there will be some, when everyone knows, for an absolute certainty, that there will be future epidemics because that's how nature works. Looking at the UK's civil war, clashes between the English and Welsh at Cyrmu, lol.Cyrmu is Wales in Welsh, that's like saying war between Russia and Ukraine with clashes at Ukraine. Similarly Russia's war with China looks far fetched given that both nations have signed a pact to oppose the US, and France's conflict with Spain, even if the EU fell, looks fairly far fetched. There are maybe two or three parts from the remaining prohecy where specifics are given which I don't think could have been guessed at the time, the arab immigration to Europe and the tensions that causes would only have been known to an insider (at the time the prophecies were given) and the ulterior motives concerning globalisation are two examples. Overall, and if we accept the principal that the future has many paths we could take, it feels, much as with the "me tell you now" information, that we have moved to a timeline where some, or a large part, will not happen as foreseen.
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    THE END GAME

    Just to further add. There was an article today on Zero Hedge that illustrated the perceived weakness of various banks CDS "costs". Deutsche and CS were heading that list. This confrms whispers I've heard on the floor that both are in serious trouble. Deutsche is fairly well known but what is less known is that CS let 1500 consultants go this week with almost zero notice such is the desire to try and right the ship. I don't believe the 1500 made the news because of their non-permanant status.
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    THE END GAME

    Hey T, not sure I understand, can you explain ? Interesting thing from Canary Wharf. There was an article earlier in the week about a teller in a retail branch of Wells Fargo in the US who was given training on emergency situation cash withdrawals, which sounded rather like managing state in a bank run or similar. Anyway, in a similar vein, the Investment Bank I work for in Canary Wharf has been running disaster management stuff, which includes having strategic staff goto an RAF base north(ish) of London to use facilities there to ensure the bank can run properly in a disaster situation and then they had us log in from home to ensure we can also ensure continuity from home. Now I've been at this bank for a number of years and there's always been an element of disaster recovery/strategic support carried out, but this year its a bit OTT, at least for those of my colleagues with their eyes closed it has seemed OTT. For myself and a couple of colleagues with eyes open the seriousness that the exercises have been pursued hints at their expected use.
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