Oct 152013
 
Guns, Traitors And The United Nations

On March 23, 2013, Amendment 139 was brought to vote in the Senate. The purpose of the Amendment said, “To uphold Second Amendment rights and prevent the United States from entering into the United Nations Arms Trade Treaty.”  This is right from the official website of the U.S. Senate. The Amendment passed, narrowly (53-46), but the point here is 46 Senators actually voted against the Amendment! Here are the traitors. Interesting to note how many …READ MORE

Sep 292013
 
Israel’s Use Of False Flags In Global Terrorism

Those who believe that Israel is behind the alleged chemical weapons attack in Syria—hiding behind a “false flag” designed to implicate the Syrian government—have very good reason to believe in such a scenario. In fact, as my book, Final Judgment, which documents the role of Israel’s Mossad in the assassination of John F. Kennedy, first pointed out at far back as 1994, the use of “false flags” by Israel’s Mossad to cover up its role …READ MORE

Sep 292013
 
Syrian Army Confiscates Israeli-made Missiles

The Syrian army says it has confiscated a number of Israeli-made missiles, which were in the possession of foreign-backed militants. A military source told the Syrian news agency SANA that the seizure was made in the countryside of the southwestern city of Dara’a on Thursday. It says Syrian troops seized a militant vehicle loaded with large weapons and ammunition, including at least four Israeli-made missiles. This is not the first time that government troops have …READ MORE

Sep 052013
 
Following The Cash Behind Syria Military Action

The Senate Foreign Relations Committee just approved a resolution for action against Syria. Here is a snap-shot of Pro-Israel Campaign Contributions to U.S. Congress Legislators. Note how many of the top recipient’s of Israeli cash are on the SFR Committee. Is it any wonder the resolution was pushed forward? It is interesting too, that both Senate Leaders make the list as well as the dual-citizen, Carl Levin and wolf in sheep’s clothing Mark Kirk, who …READ MORE

Sep 052013
 
Senate Foreign Relations Committee Approves Syria Resolution

The Senate Foreign Relations Committee approved a resolution on Wednesday authorizing limited U.S. military intervention in Syria, setting the stage for a debate in the full Senate next week on the use of force. The committee voted 10-7 in favor of a compromise resolution that sets a 60-day limit on any engagement in Syria, with a possible 30-day extension, and bars the use of U.S. troops on the ground for combat operations. The compromise is …READ MORE