10 Years Since Zionist Murders Of Humanitarian Workers

10 Years Since Zionist Murders Of Humanitarian Workers

Mavi Marmara Ten Years on – Final Nail in Coffin of Zionist-Turkey Relations. Although Zionist regime later apologised for the mass murders that claimed the lives of nine Turkish nationals and one American and compensated the victims’ families, Zionist-Ankara ties...
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Talmudist Hacker Who Took Down Telecoms, Banks And The Whole Country

Talmudist Hacker Who Took Down Telecoms, Banks And The Whole Country

Daniel Kaye, 29, a dual British and Israeli citizen, used 1.5 million security IP cameras to attack Lloyds Banking Group, Barclays Bank and Deutsche Telecom, and attempting to blackmail them. This Talmudist sociopath later took down the whole country – ...
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75 years ago there was a most destructive air raid of WWII on Tokyo

75 years ago there was a most destructive air raid of WWII on Tokyo

Early in the morning of March 10, as the Japanese slept in their low-rise, wooden homes, the first bombers over Tokyo started five sets of marking fires, smaller strikes for the rest of the bomber force to aim it. Between...
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US and NATO Troops to Completely Withdraw from Afghanistan in 14 Months

US and NATO Troops to Completely Withdraw from Afghanistan in 14 Months

Finally, after nearly 19 years warring this illegal war, US and NATO Troops to Completely Withdraw from Afghanistan in 14 Months. The negotiators from the United States and the Taliban are meeting in Doha, Qatar to sign an accord that envisages...
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Spy Agencies Secretly Owned World’s Top Maker of Encryption Devices

Spy Agencies Secretly Owned World’s Top Maker of Encryption Devices

The US and West German intelligence agencies clandestinely owned the world’s leading manufacturer of encryption devices, Swiss-based Crypto AG, enjoying throughout the Cold War direct access to closely guarded secrets of more than 120 countries, the Washingt...
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15,000 years old carvings of scores of animals unearthed in Spanish cave

15,000 years old carvings of scores of animals unearthed in Spanish cave

In a discovery that local media have dubbed the ‘Catalan Altamira’, an extraordinary trove of 15,000-year-old carvings, depicting dozens of animals, has been found in a cave in northeast Spain’s Tarragona region. Around 100 carvings of animals including ...
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US Spy Plane Bombardier E-11 BACN Crashed In Taliban Controlled Area Of Afghanistan

US Spy Plane Bombardier E-11 BACN Crashed In Taliban Controlled Area Of Afghanistan

Airliner crash originally reported by Afghan media now appears to be a USAF spy aircraft. Wreck of plane crashed today in Afghanistan looks like to be a USAF Bombardier Global Express 6000 / E-11A “BACN” (Battlefield Airborne Communications Node). ...
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Hidden symptoms of Orange Plague

Hidden symptoms of Orange Plague

Now the whole world can learn how Trump is doing its business. The Iraqi Prime Minister Mahdi’s speech reveals secrets hidden to Western people. The Iraqi prime minister, Adil Abdul-Mahdi, has revealed details of his interactions with Trump in the weeks...
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The Child That Christmas Forgot: How Would Jesus Fare In The Modern Police State Environment?

The Child That Christmas Forgot: How Would Jesus Fare In The Modern Police State Environment?

The Christmas story of a baby born in a manger is a familiar one. The Roman Empire, a police state in its own right, had ordered that a census be conducted. Joseph and his pregnant wife Mary traveled to the little...
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ICC to investigate Israel’s war crimes against genuine Semitic people

ICC to investigate Israel’s war crimes against genuine Semitic people

The International Criminal Court (ICC) says it will launch a full investigation into war crimes in the Palestinian territories, a move welcomed by the Palestinian government. In a statement on Friday, ICC prosecutor Fatou Bensouda expressed her satisfaction wi...
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Lost City Dug Up in Ethiopia Part of Mysterious Aksum Empire

Lost City Dug Up in Ethiopia Part of Mysterious Aksum Empire

Lost City Dug Up in Ethiopia Part of Mysterious Aksum Empire that Rivalled Rome. The little-known Empire of Aksum is believed to have been a sprawling metropolis that dominated much of Eastern Africa from the first century BC through 825...
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Scythian Amazon Found in Remarkable Discovery by Russian Archaeologists

Scythian Amazon Found in Remarkable Discovery by Russian Archaeologists

As the ancient Scythians roamed through Europe and Asia, leaving behind a trail of burial mounds for subsequent archeologists to discover, it was assumed that those buried with weapons were men. Only with the advent of modern scientific analysis was...
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‘War On Terror’ Has Killed Over 801,000 People & Cost $6.4 Trillion

‘War On Terror’ Has Killed Over 801,000 People & Cost $6.4 Trillion

The so-called War on Terror launched by the United States government in the wake of the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks has cost at least 801,000 lives and $6.4 trillion according to a pair of reports published Wednesday by the Costs of War Project at...
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Trump just issued multiple war crime pardons

Trump just issued multiple war crime pardons

Trump, as a number of other draft dodgers, loves the military. But he doesn’t seem to respect its justice system. American Officers are Taught they are Above the Laws of Man and God. In fulfillment of a controversial pledge he made earlier...
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Defense Secretary Mark Esper: administration is preparing to evacuate about 1,000 U.S. troops from northern Syria as safely and quickly as possible

Defense Secretary Mark Esper: administration is preparing to evacuate about 1,000 U.S. troops from northern Syria as safely and quickly as possible

Trump administration is “preparing to evacuate” about 1,000 U.S. troops from northern Syria “as safely and quickly as possible,” CBS reports. “In the last 24 hours, we learned that [the Turks] likely intend to extend their att...
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