I think everyone that was sure they nailed the gold low is about to be in a world of hurt. AGAIN!
...don' b trolling me now on ms...I'll come back to chat after work. Was gonna pm you about us being friends so I could comfortably request some specific knowledge you mentioned a minute back....how' you get so dang smart?
Based on the amount of support I received from that Trumpy post, I'd reframe my interruption in the Vault from troll to a welcome, refreshing point of view.
But let's continue here, because essentially the conversation was outside Turd's topic.
Somebody dim the lights. I want to show a slide.
This map shows the best Cabernet vineyards in the world. Oops wrong map.
America’s elite troops were deployed to 149 nations in 2017, according to U.S. Special Operations Command. The map above displays the locations of 132 of those countries; 129 locations (in blue) were supplied by U.S. Special Operations Command; 3 locations (in red) -- Syria, Yemen and Somalia -- were derived from open-source information. (Nick Turse)
Donald Trump’s First Year Sets Record for U.S. Special Ops
Elite Commandos Deployed to 149 Countries in 2017
When it comes to Special Operations forces, however, the Trump administration has embraced their use in the style of the former president, while upping the ante even further. President Trump has also provided military commanders greater authority to launch attacks in quasi-war zones like Yemen and Somalia. According to Micah Zenko, a national security expert and Whitehead Senior Fellow at the think tank Chatham House, those forces conducted five times as many lethal counterterrorism missions in such non-battlefield countries in the Trump administration’s first six months in office as they did during Obama’s final six months.
A Wide World of War
Earlier this year before that same Senate committee -- though Graham was not in attendance -- General Raymond Thomas, the chief of U.S. Special Operations Command (SOCOM), offered some clues about the planetwide reach of America’s most elite troops. “We operate and fight in every corner of the world,” he boasted. “Rather than a mere ‘break-glass-in-case-of-war’ force, we are now proactively engaged across the ‘battle space’ of the Geographic Combatant Commands... providing key integrating and enabling capabilities to support their campaigns and operations.”
In 2017, U.S. Special Operations forces, including Navy SEALs and Army Green Berets, deployed to 149 countries around the world, according to figures provided to TomDispatch by U.S. Special Operations Command. That’s about 75% of the nations on the planet and represents a jump from the 138 countries that saw such deployments in 2016 under the Obama administration. It’s also a jump of nearly 150% from the last days of George W. Bush’s White House. This record-setting number of deployments comes as American commandos are battling a plethora of terror groups in quasi-wars that stretch from Africa and the Middle East to Asia.
TRUMP DEPLOYING MORE TROOPS TO MORE COUNTRIES THAN ANY NATION IN HISTORY
Dozens of key positions have gone unfilled, while the secretary of state reportedly focuses not on global diplomacy or what, in another age, was called “foreign policy,” but on his reorganization (downsizing) of the department and evidently little else. Across the planet, starting with the A’s (Australia), American embassies lack ambassadors, including South Korea, a country that has been a focus of the Trump administration. Similarly, at the time of the president’s inflammatory Jerusalem announcement, the U.S. had no ambassadors yet in Egypt, Jordan, Turkey, or Saudi Arabia, among other Middle Eastern states. It’s quite a tale and it’s being covered as the news story it certainly is.
as the State Department shrinks, don’t think this country has no ambassadors across the planet. America’s Special Operations forces increasingly act as our “diplomats” globally, training and bolstering allies and attempting to undermine enemies more or less everywhere. We’ve never seen anything like it and yet, unlike the slashing of the diplomatic corps, it’s a story barely noted in the mainstream. Nick Turse has, however, been coveringit for TomDispatch in a groundbreaking way since 2011. In these years, he’s focused on what should have been seen as one of the major developments of our era: the phenomenal growth and historically unprecedented deployment of this country’s special operators in an atmosphere of permanent war in Washington.
In the post-9/11 years, the once “elite” units of the U.S. military, perhaps a few thousand Green Berets and other personnel, have become a force of approximately 70,000. In other words, that secretive crew cocooned inside the U.S. military has grown as large as or larger than the militaries of countries such as Argentina, Canada, Chile, Croatia, South Africa, or Sweden. Now, imagine that those Special Operations forces, as Turse has again been reporting for years, are not only being dispatched to more countries annually than ever before, but to more countries than any nation has ever deployed its military personnel to. Period.
The guy with the Indiana Jones hat from Oxford speaks again. He has speculation but the conclusions we can make just as easy.
44,000 missing soldiers
Maybe, they shipped them to the outpost on Mars, the Moon. Maybe, they're scattered through Africa. Nobody knows.
Now the DOD is having a full audit.
I'd like to share other Gizadeathstar comments.
You can bet it will be scrutinized very closely by the fox guarding the hen house. The government services corporation calling itself our “government” is operating under bankruptcy, no doubt the banks want a “total inventory” of its assets so the new “owners” have a number to work with.
This one a little different point of view than we are getting through the persuasion.
Thank you, WD. Oddly enough this was one of my possible scenarios for the preferred selection of Donald Trump as POTUS. He’s taken companies through bankruptcy before so why not the USA corporation? If they had placed a Clinton into that position (or a Bush) you would’ve seen massive, wholesale theft from the public treasury into private foundations.
OC, your hypothesis would explain many of the seeming inconsistencies of the Trump presidency since the election. Definitely worth pondering…
From all my readings on the TFMetals website, including the Vault, there are three people willing to speak to these glaring and continuing inconsistencies.
Would you like us to stop?
Oops one more, Farrell is now talking about the article I posted three days ago on BITCOIN BEING AN NSA PSYOPS.
By the way Ruffian, that was some good Bitcoin intel.
Maybe you can ask your clandestine computer folks about Renaissance Technologies and the medallion fund.
They are a Wall Street Firm who has been making alot of money since Trump came into office. That fund is closed, and nobody, but nobody can see what's in it. They claim to have some kind of Artificial Intellegence like Armstrong uses. Apparantly, it's unlikely. So I'm wondering if they are running some kind of Ponzi Scheme. Apparantly some connection to Steve Bannon.
Years ago, the very first time I was introduced to Mark Passio was on Info Wars. In about a half an hour, the seeds were sewed that led my life in a different direction. Well, he just dropped in for another half hour interview, and although much of what he says might be old news around here by now, I still think it's worth listening to.
Published on Dec 14, 2017
Mark Interviewed On InfoWars - November 9, 2017 Mark was interviewed by Lee Ann McAdoo and Millie Weaver of InfoWars.com during an Infowars radio marathon on November 9, 2017
Topics discussed included: Pedophilia in Politics and Hollywood, Pedogate / Pizzagate / Podesta Emails, the pseudo-"awakening", the aggregation of important information from the Internet, Dark Occultism, the Occultocracy, Mind Control and Social Engineering, Natural Law as Occulted Knowledge, Neo-Feminism and the Gender War, the true definition of Anarchy, the individual Sovereignty of human beings, the Non-Aggression and Self-Defence principles, Street-Wise Spirituality, the Great Work as "Kung Fu" and more.
The Founders https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-jU...
DOTS is the best two hours of reading in weeks.
Like a walk down an 8 year memory lane.
I think this video sums it up quite well:
In just under 15 minutes, this video exposes the crimes against humanity we witnessed, and tolerate every day.
Published on Dec 14, 2017
Under the guise of “fighting crime,” Jeff Sessions, the nation’s top law enforcement official, gave police the green light to rob, pilfer, steal, thieve, swipe, purloin, filch and liberate American taxpayers of even more of their hard-earned valuables (especially if it happens to be significant amounts of cash) using any means, fair or foul.
In this case, the foul method favored by Sessions & Co. is civil asset forfeiture, which allows police and prosecutors to “seize your car or other property, sell it and use the proceeds to fund agency budgets—all without so much as charging you with a crime.”
Under a federal equitable sharing program, police turn asset forfeiture cases over to federal agents who process seizures and then return 80% of the proceeds to the police. (In Michigan, police actually get to keep up to 100% of forfeited property.)
This incentive-driven excuse for stealing from the citizenry is more accurately referred to as “policing for profit” or “theft by cop.”
All cops are bad people.
can only flourish when good people do nothing to stop it.
are no better or worse than society.
In fact they are a perfect reflection.
It is impossible to isolate one sector of humanity for blame.
We are all equally guilty.
This is the nature of reality. (natural law)
This post at Setup forum contains some DOTS type content:
Quite right Ata. both police and politicians have been drawn from among the people.
They are ordinary people, who act as ordinary people do if and when they become elevated over other ordinary people. There are of course wise ones and foolish ones, but we have the acts committed by the foolish ones drawn to our attention far more than the wise leaders' acts for certain reasons.
The misuse of authority by weak leaders seems to be more negative than the use of authority by stronger leaders is positive. Thus society swings towards the negative, until the damage causes pain, and people en masse finally are forced to reassess what is really required to repair the damage and reduce the pain their life then brings, and society then lurches towards the positive again. And this process repeats.
The only way I know of to create a tyrant, is to first create a society that requires that we place people in positions of authority over others.
Such a requirement is a blatant violation of universal/natural laws.
We will continue to see examples of the very worst humanity has to offer in charge of humanity, until humanity considers other options, and places the sovereignty of the individual as paramount, and stops thinking in terms of "for the common good".
Sovereign individuals are the only possible solution to a society that genuinely values the common good.
To support the notion of authority figures, you are really simply supporting the institutionalization of human slavery.
Human beings were designed to govern themselves, it has taken eons of a satanic inspired indoctrination to create the system in which we live now. Euphemistically speaking, we all now work for the devil, the perpetuation of pure evil.
In this context, it is the belief in authority that is unadulterated and pure evil, and in any war of good versus evil, until the root cause is fully exposed, the evil will persist.
Since most of humanity can't even grasp such a simple concept,
When you cast your vote in an attempt to decide who will rule over you, evil wins every time.
I am no longer entertaining the notion that there is no such thing as good or evil,
We can find euphemistic phrases that obscures this basic truth, but you are still left with truth.
People with power over others only live to increase their power over others.
It doesn't get more evil than that.
Their are no good politicians, and there are no good cops. They are antithetical to a civilized society.
The inevitable conclusion of the cycle we are in is a genocidal holocaust.
There is no avoiding karma, or the consequences of false beliefs.
Maybe, just maybe, the very few survivors of the inevitable cataclysm these false beliefs always lead to, will have the opportunity to build a society based on the equal distribution of power, and the sovereignty of each and every individual.
In our current paradigm, or this particular part of the cycle we are stuck in, people are generally too fucking stupid to figure out what would be obvious if it wasn't for a system thoroughly designed to keep them that way.
Idiocy has consequences, and we will face them together.
Fuck authority, you are only submitting to evil.
Govern yourself, and allow others to do the same. It is very simple, and the right thing to do.
Wolfgang Halbig speaking after that case Pozner filed against him went uncontested by Pozner's side:
After Halbig hangs up, about a half hour in, the questions he asked to be answered in court by "Pozner" and which upon the case not being proceeded with will not be answered, are read out by the interview host.
Select document #46: https://courtrecords.lakecountyclerk.org/showcaseweb/#/caseDetails/1335568/dockets
Within a week of the robot starting its automated route along the sidewalks, some people setting up a camp put a tarp over it, knocked it over and put barbecue sauce on all the sensors.
I usually watch new videos released by David Icke, but this morning, I found that his latest release had already been removed by YouTube. I suspect that our access to information is about to be seriously curtailed.
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David Icke's acclaimed Interview With London Real TV (Part One)
Published on Dec 15, 2017
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Symbols surrounding us, who is this old dude?
He is very similar to other symbols from various places, my conspiracy sense goes hmmm ...
Last week, you mentioned you were looking for a good book that outlines some of the research we have discussed here,
And it just so happens there's a new one on the market.
Here's a 4 minute description:
AVAILABLE HERE - https://www.davidicke.com/shop/produc...
Anything that might save you 30 years of research is probably worth £14.99.
Dear Members of the Jury,
You are charged with an important task. And that task is to decide what percentage of the American citizenry are capable of making informed decisions. Put another way, what is the level of cognitive dissonance among all members of the American public who voted. We are specifically looking at the cognition of Trump supporters and Comey haters today.
Now, you are thinking to yourself. This one is easy. Comey was America's most corrupt cop. Who thinks that? Putting absolutes aside, he almost caused Trump to the loose the election. We can do the exercise of weighing his corruption against other cops later.
I will now make another suggestion to you, if you think that Comey was criminal in the Clinton case, and that's foremost in your mind, you too will miss what Scott Adams is saying.
Scott Adams makes a brief comment. Then he posts an article that supports his conclusion. I've posted the article for your reading convenience. And than 153 Trump supporters try to dig him a new asshole. Take a little stroll over to twitter and read a healthy selection of the comments.
Are you thinking to yourself, well, they all sound right about Comey?? It's immaterial!! Because that wasn't what he was saying. It's apparent none of the posts I read understood what he was saying. That's a problem when you can't interpret English and translate it into English.
Said another way, none of the Trump supporters who read Adams, actually understood his statement and replied to it. Of course, if they did understand what he was saying, there would be nothing to reply other than, AHHH, I see.
This happens so often on Adams blog or twitter. You get an entire conversation that is irrelevant to his point. And I wait patiently for somebody to point it out, and nobody ever does. He must be the worlds most patient guy, or must sit infront of his computer belly laughing all day.
Can ANYBODY restate what Scott Adams is saying?
Now be honest with yourself because you won't do it publicly.
In the privacy of your head, after you look at several of the comments, decide if you agree with them all RELATED to Scott Adams and Desshowitz's comments? Because if you can't, you must think I am a dick. But I do have one recommendation for you, DON'T EVER DEFEND YOURSELF IN A COURT OF LAW. Consider that a recommendation given with compassion.
Counting me, there are approximately three people in the world who hold this opinion on Comey.