Reality, G20 Provocateurs, and the World Police State
The above symbol is what the offshore bankers use to act as the World Police subjecting all citizens to a police state. US Troops and mercenaries are used to protect the opium fields in Afghanistan, the oil fields of Iraq, and are for protecting the interests of Offshore Banksters, not the US Constitution or Liberty.
The US Dollar is not backed by gold or silver, but is by cocaine and heroin.
Heroin, needle, and spoon warmed over candle image [found here]
G20 Provocateurs, Veitch Arrested, Austerity for All - Sunday Update
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Sunday Update is a public service of The Corbett Report podcast.
Unedited footage of police car burning
Agents Provocateur at London G20 (photo op)
Denver police dressed up as protestors to start riot at Denver DNC
Quebec police dressed up as protestors to start riot at SPP protest
Dan Dicks questions Toronto police about provocateuring at Toronto G20
Veitch bullhorning Toronto
Toronto police illegally search and seize private property near G20 site
We Are Change reporters banned from Canada
Bob Chapman on the G20
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Insider Debunks US Gov
(1 hour 46 min) Progressive Liberal Rob Kall of Opednews.com interviews Paul Craig Roberts, a conservative government insider under US President Ronald Reagan. More info: http://judicialmisconduct.blogspot.com/2010/04/lawyer-exposes-judicial-mafia.html
Rob and Paul are on the opposite sides of the political spectrum. You'd expect these two to not even be able to talk to each other without screaming and chairs flying across the room. Yet, they agree on some pretty core issues. If a conservative such as Mr. Roberts believes that 9-11 is an inside job, being an insider himself, I think a lot more people are taking that issue seriously.
The interview is an hour and a half long, if you want to know the true state of affairs, not what politicians and the mainstream media shove down our throats, take a dose of real truth. Is health reform just a way for insurance companies to feed even more off the trough of endless dollars paid out by taxpayers? Is the US justice system rigged from the 1980's?
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Canadian police have arrested over 600 people in Toronto in a police crackdown on protests at the G20 summit. Riot police used batons, plastic bullets and tear gas for the first time in the city’s history. More than 19,000 security personnel were deployed in Toronto and a nearly four-mile-long security wall was erected around the G20 summit site at the Toronto Convention Center. The security price tag for the summit is estimated at around $1 billion. Franklin Lopez of the Vancouver Media Co-Op filed this report from the streets of Toronto.
As thousands protested in the streets of Toronto, inside the G20 summit, world leaders agreed to a controversial goal of cutting government deficits in half by 2013. We speak with journalist Naomi Klein. "What actually happened at the summit is that the global elites just stuck the bill for their drunken binge with the world’s poor, with the people that are most vulnerable," Klein says.
Among the hundreds of people arrested at the G20 protests in Toronto were a number of journalists. Jesse Rosenfeld is a freelance reporter who was on assignment for The Guardian newspaper of London. He is also a journalist with the Alternative Media Center. He was arrested and detained by Canadian police on Saturday evening covering a protest in front of the Novotel Hotel.
Today marks the one-year anniversary of the military coup that overthrew the democratically-elected President Manuel Zelaya. A year later, the coup’s repressive legacy continues, with ongoing reports of killings, disappearances, torture, and impunity. We speak with Gerardo Torres, a member of the National Front of Popular Resistance in Honduras.
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Do the leaders of the police and judicial workers union really call the shots, not elected officials?:
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The CIA/Likud Sinking of Jimmy Carter
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As the Official Story of the 1980 October Surprise case crumbles with new revelations that key evidence was hidden from investigators of a congressional task force and that internal doubts were suppressed history must finally confront the troubling impression that remains: that disgruntled elements of the CIA and Israel's Likud hardliners teamed up to remove a U.S. president from office.
Indeed, it is this disturbing conclusion perhaps even more than the idea of a Republican dirty trick that may explain the longstanding and determined cover-up of this political scandal.
Too many powerful interests do not want the American people to accept even the possibility that U.S. intelligence operatives and a longtime ally could intervene to oust a president who had impinged on what those two groups considered their vital interests.
To accept that scenario would mean that two of the great fears of American democracy had come true George Washington's warning against the dangers of "entangling alliances" and Harry Truman's concern that the clandestine operations of the CIA had the makings of an "American Gestapo."
It is far easier to assure the American people that no such thing could occur, that Israel's Likud whatever its differences with Washington over Middle East peace policies would never seek to subvert a U.S. president, and that CIA dissidents no matter how frustrated by political constraints would never sabotage their own government.
But the evidence points in that direction, and there are some points that are not in dispute. For instance, there is no doubt that CIA Old Boys and Likudniks had strong motives for seeking President Jimmy Carter's defeat in 1980.
Inside the CIA, Carter and his CIA Director Stansfield Turner were blamed for firing many of the free-wheeling covert operatives from the Vietnam era, for ousting legendary spymaster Ted Shackley, and for failing to protect longtime U.S. allies (and friends of the CIA), such as Iran's Shah and Nicaragua's dictator Anastasio Somoza.
As for Israel, Likud Prime Minister Menachem Begin was furious over Carter's high-handed actions at Camp David in 1978 forcing Israel to trade the occupied Sinai to Egypt for a peace deal. Begin feared that Carter would use his second term to bully Israel into accepting a Palestinian state on West Bank lands that Likud considered part of Israel's divinely granted territory.
Former Mossad and Foreign Ministry official David Kimche described Begin's attitude in his 1991 book, The Last Option, saying that Israeli officials had gotten wind of "collusion" between Carter and Egyptian President Anwar Sadat "to force Israel to abandon her refusal to withdraw from territories occupied in 1967, including Jerusalem, and to agree to the establishment of a Palestinian state."
Kimche continued, "This plan prepared behind Israel's back and without her knowledge must rank as a unique attempt in United States' diplomatic history of short-changing a friend and ally by deceit and manipulation."
However, Begin recognized that the scheme required Carter winning a second term in 1980 when, Kimche wrote, "he would be free to compel Israel to accept a settlement of the Palestinian problem on his and Egyptian terms, without having to fear the backlash of the American Jewish lobby."
In his 1992 memoir, Profits of War, Ari Ben-Menashe, an Israeli military intelligence officer who worked with Likud, agreed that Begin and other Likud leaders held Carter in contempt.
"Begin loathed Carter for the peace agreement forced upon him at Camp David," Ben-Menashe wrote. "As Begin saw it, the agreement took away Sinai from Israel, did not create a comprehensive peace, and left the Palestinian issue hanging on Israel's back."
So, in order to buy time for Israel to "change the facts on the ground" by moving Jewish settlers into the West Bank, Begin felt Carter's reelection had to be prevented. A different president also presumably would give Israel a freer hand to deal with problems on its northern border with Lebanon.
CIA Within the CIA
As for the CIA Old Boys, legendary CIA officer Miles Copeland told me that "the CIA within the CIA" the inner-most circle of powerful intelligence figures who felt they understood best the strategic needs of the United States believed Carter and his naïve faith in American democratic ideals represented a grave threat to the nation.
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