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By nesara.news contributor James Gandy (5-23-2017).
The Middle East Development LLC, a Dubai-based company owned by Saudi businessman proposed in 2014 to begin construction on a $1 billion dollar High-Rise Sky Scrapper, intended to be Africa's tallest, to be built in Morocco with an expected completion sometime in 2018 (dezeen.com).
GCR (globalconstructionreview.com) reports that, "China and Morocco will build Africa's tallest high-rise tower in Morocco's Capitol" with estimated cost's near $375 million (5-22-2017).
So what is it? The Chinese, The Moroccan's or the Saudi's? Either ways, big cities of the world are being reborn, built from new and growing. We have heard rumors of China's "ghost" cities, the Silk Road Iniative, Agenda 21 now on steroids built up by Agenda 2030, The Paris Climate Agreement and Global Warming.
BUT WHAT IS UP IN 3RD WORLD NICARAGUA? Tall high-rise buildings, Sea fairing ports for international commerce, more brand new world designated international cities could become reality if the NICARAGUAIAN CANAL gets its way.
"In June 2013, Nicaragua's National Assembly approved a bill to grant a 50-year concession to finance and manage the project to the private Hong Kong Nicaragua Canal Development Investment Company (HKND Group)...with an additional 50 year renewal request...will be approximately 170 miles long and goes directly through the freshwater of Lake Nicaragua" (wiki nicaragua canal).
(Picture #2 shows Lake Nicaragua by vianica.com)
The Smithsonian.com reports the Canal to be wider (1,706 feet), deeper (at 90 foot), three and a half times the length of the Panama Canal, connecting the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans with an estimated cost of $40 billion dollars AND will carry the newest cargo supertankers to large for the Panama Canal even after its $5 billion dollar completed expansion as the ships are longer then the Empire State Building and carry 18,000 shipping containers.
Chris Kraul of Yale University (e360.yale.edu) reports in May 2015 of the environmental impacts to the indigenous peoples fishing culture of both the salt and fresh water habitats... The regions nature reserves, combined with the fact that Lake Nicaragua is South America's largest lake and is expected to lose 400,000 hectares of rainforest and wetlands to include the potential effects to the nearby habitats of the Columbian Biosphere Reserve and The Mesoamerican Biological Corridor, are at stake.
Kraul observed fact: Nicaragua is the second poorest nation in Western Hemisphere after Haiti.
(Picture #3 from Kraul) "The mouth of the Brito River where it empties into the Pacific Ocean, the proposed western terminus of the Nicaragua Grand Canal." Full article here: http://e360.yale.edu/features/nicaragua_canal_a_giant_project_with_huge_environmental_costs
(Wiki lake Nicaragua) Observed Fact: Fresh Water Sharks!!! "Lake Nicaragua, despite being a freshwater lake, has sawfish, tarpon, and sharks."
Current progress on this project has "supposedly" been stalled due to the Chinese stock market and the original group of investors. But there's no way that China will walk away from their capitol investment after investing so much scientific research and time, its just now been engulfed by Agenda 2030 and the silk road iniative awaiting to be fully launched... AS IN HIGH RISE BUILDINGS IN AFRICA?
Question to ponder? Is Chiiina Setting up an Imperialistic Manuever to own Nicaragua via Poverty Financial Compensation for Resources? Are International Environmental Crimes Taking Place Right Now by China in this country; look, they were successful with creating an island in the South China Sea? AND Should Americans be concerned, show fear, reject this topic or embrace it and join them or counter as that debate is still needed for discussion.
New WiFi Tech Can See Through Walls And Map The Inside Of A Building In “20 To 30 Seconds”
Date: Tuesday, 23-May-2017 14:21:43
By Mac Slavo
Most of us don’t pay much attention to the WiFi routers in our homes. It’s an innocuous technology that we all take for granted, and we don’t really think about unless it’s not working properly. However, WiFi has a unique property that might make you reconsider a land line.
Like many frequencies on the electromagnetic spectrum, it can penetrate walls, which is what makes WiFi such a good signal for connecting our electronic devices to the Internet. But unlike most signals, WiFi can also be used to map every object in your home from afar. That’s because some of the signal will reflect off of objects rather than passing through them. This property has led to the creation of devices that can receive those bouncing signals, and allow the user to effectively see through walls.
This technology has been around for a few years, but was pretty rudimentary. Recently researchers in Germany have taken it to a whole new level.
German scientists have found a way to exploit this property to take holograms, or 3D photographs, of objects inside a room — from outside it.
“It can basically scan a room with someone’s Wi-Fi transmission,” Philipp Holl, a 23-year-old undergraduate physics student at the Technical University of Munich, told Business Insider…
…Holl says the technology is only in its prototype stage and has limited resolution, but he is excited about its promise.
“If there’s a cup of coffee on a table, you may see something is there, but you couldn’t see the shape,” Holl says. “But you could make out the shape of a person, or a dog on a couch. Really any object that’s more than 4 centimeters in size.”
Holl says that his method only utilizes two antennas that can pick up WiFi signals in a given area, and those antennas can be as small as what you’d find in a smartphone. One antenna is supposed to be a stationary reference point, while the other moves around. As it moves, the signals are fed into a computer to create multiple 2D images, which Holl’s software can then stack together to form a single 3D hologram.
As is often the case when a company or an inventor comes up with an idea that may have military or surveillance applications, Holl is quick to point out how his technology could be used to save lives. However, I think we all know what this would really be used for.
The applications for Holl’s Wi-Fi holography, he says, are pretty expansive. Adding an array of reference antennas, say, inside a truck, might help rescue workers detect people in rubble left by an earthquake — or spy agencies see whether anyone is home.
“You could probably use a drone to map out the inside of an entire building in 20 to 30 seconds,” he said.
If used by the government, this method could pick up a few stray WiFi signals in your home, and give the authorities a detailed, 3D holographic image of every significant object behind your walls, including you. It doesn’t sound very cumbersome either. It’s conceivable that all one would need is a couple of small antennas; one of which would be attached to a quadcopter, and the right software.
In other words, soon the government is going to have a creepy and effective new way to invade your privacy, and it’s pretty convenient.
WiFi Device Can See Through Walls: Track a Human by Using Body as an Antenna Array
WiFi Can See You Through Walls: “Even Within Your House, Where You Go Can Reveal a Lot”
Are You A Threat? Police Software Scans your Social Media: “Very Dangerous For a Citizen”
Law Enforcement Turns to NSA Surveillance Data to Track Crime: “It Was only a Matter of Time”
When financial Armageddon arrives, it can hit in a flash like a dangerous rogue wave — the kind that rises up when two big waves from different storms intersect and merge into a single wave big enough to capsize a ship. The global Wannacry warware attack and endless waves of Trump turbulence came together with just such damaging synergy last week, knocking the top off the Trump rally.
On Wednesday of last week, the stock market fell 370 points because of all the turmoil Trump has been brewing — its worst day in eight months. Globally, equities lost almost a trillion dollars in a single day. Part of this was the political crisis in Brazil, and part was the Wannacry virus, but the biggest part nearly everyone agreed was the political crisis in the US that constantly embroils President Trump.
US equity funds saw $8.9 billion in outflows for the week up to Wednesdays’ close while European equity funds added one billion. US financial stocks took the brunt of the hit. Then the market recovered somewhat on Thursday and Friday, but more Trump turbulence took back a sizable piece of Friday’s attempted recovery.
Friday’s drop from its high point of the day hit immediately upon a double-whammy in the Washington Post and the New York Times, wherein the Post announced that a White House official is now a significant person of interest in the Russiagate scandal, and the NYT alleged via two anonymous (their new standard) government sources that Trump told the Russians at his meeting with the Russians and Kissinger that he had “just fired the head of the FBI; he was crazy, a real nut job,” also telling them that doing so had taken off a lot of pressure that was on him because of Russia and that he was “not under investigation,” as if not being under investigation resulted from the firing … in his opinion at the time.
Naturally, these big ups and downs in the market mean volatility, which had remained uncannily placid for weeks (typical of the final-euphoric run-up of a stock market before it crashes) is back, shooting up the most it has since Brexit. (It’s odd to me that many investment advisors say the end of the bull market can not be here because markets are usually very low in volatility, and volatility just spiked. What a peculiar thing to say. Volatility is low just before the end (and it’s rarely been lower than lately), but there is nothing low about volatility when the end hits.)
“The market will revert to much higher volatility and this could be the start of it,” said Richard Haworth, chief investment officer of 36 South Capital Advisors, a London-based hedge fund which bets on rising price swings. “The sharp move this week reflects how short volatility the market was – how complacent.” (Zero Hedge)
The VIX, which is a measure of volatility, made its second largest daily move ever seen. Complacency got jarred but is already returning to its normal lull. That complacency is so hard to break completely only means that when it does, the panic will be all the greater. US Bonds, the traditional instrument of safety saw interest rates plunge as investors clearly fled to safety.
“What has been setting in over the course of the day [Wednesday] is that political uncertainty is something that’s likely going to be with us for a significant amount of time,” said Dennis Debusschere, Evercore ISI’s head of portfolio strategy and quant. “We may be looking at a higher volatility backdrop with a trending lower market for the next couple of months.” Wall Street finally took notice of political wrangling in Washington as investors began to question the Trump administration’s ability to focus on policy as it careens from one crisis to another. Many of the trades sparked by the president’s shock election have reversed in recent days…. “If he’s preoccupied defending himself and if it goes a lot further, then any hope of his legislative agenda coming to the fore is going to be reduced,” John Stopford, the London-based head of fixed-income at Investec Asset Management Ltd. (Newsmax)
Since last winter, I have been saying this is exactly what the Trump Rally is poised to do by early summer as reality sinks in that the rally was all built on irrational exuberance — hopes about things that were never likely to actually happen. The market is now being jolted back into seeing reality, instead of viewing everything through rose-colored glasses where ideally everything Trump promised works as he promised.
The biggest stock market drop in eight months marks the end of the so-called Trump rally rather than the type of plunge that would accompany the president’s ouster, according to Guggenheim Partners Chief Investment Officer Scott Minerd.
“We have no indication now that this is Watergate,” Minerd, who oversees more than $260 billion, said Wednesday at a forum on fixed-income investing in Beverly Hills, California. “But at this stage in Watergate, we had no idea it was Watergate.”
U.S. stocks lost roughly 40 percent during the Watergate corruption scandal between early 1973 and the market’s low point after the resignation of President Richard Nixon the following year….
“The Comey memo is the first time that we have any sort of potential direct implication of bad acts by the president or the administration…. Markets may come to realize that the Trump rally is long on promise and short on delivery….” (Newsmax)
The trigger for the initial sell-off was an anonymously leaked report that James Comey had sent out memos to key staff, noting that Trump had pled with him to terminate the investigation into former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn and after the first Republican (Rep. Justin Amash (R-Mich.)) joined in talk of impeachment if the reports of Trump pressuring Comey are true.
That plea, if relayed accurately, could veer dangerously close to criminal activity, according to national security attorney Brad Moss. “Even if there is some legal nuance that the President could rely upon to save himself here from an obstruction charge, the allegation (if true) is politically devastating…. The President didn’t just walk up to the line, he stepped over it without a moment’s hesitation….” (The Daily Beast)
Then, assuring that the Russiagate story will dominate the news for months to come, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein finally appointed a special prosecutor to head the investigation — former FBI Director Robert S. Mueller III. Rosenstein took this action without consulting Atty. Gen Jeff Sessions or the White House because Sessions had recused himself from the matter. Mueller is a former federal prosecutor who served as U.S. attorney in San Francisco under President Clinton and was named FBI director by President George W. Bush. He is widely respected as being impartial by both Republicans and Democrats. Mueller worked closely with Comey who succeeded him as head of the FBI. He was praised on Wednesday by Democratic Senator Chuck Schumer, California Democrat Dianne Feinstein and former President Bush’s AG, John Ashcroft.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein … who knows Mueller well from his years in the Bay Area, her base, said there was “no better person who could be asked to perform this function. He is respected, he is talented and he has the knowledge and ability to do the right thing….”
“It’s impossible to think about Washington without politics blowing people off course,” Ashcroft said. “But if anyone can stay on course and not be deterred by the whims of politics, it’s Bob Mueller.” (The LA Times)
This is only the second time in history that special counsel rules allowing the Department of Justice to hire and fund special counsel from outside the department have been invoked. Pat Buchanon who worked for Nixon in the Watergate days explains what this means in real political terms:
Rod has reinvigorated a tired 10-month investigation that failed to find any collusion between Trump and Russian hacking of the DNC. Not a single indictment had come out of the FBI investigation….
Democrats are hailing both his decision to name a special counsel and the man he chose. Yet it is difficult to exaggerate the damage he has done.
As did almost all of its predecessors, including those which led to the resignation of President Nixon and impeachment of Bill Clinton, Mueller’s investigation seems certain to drag on for years.
All that time, there will be a cloud over Trump’s presidency that will drain his political authority. Trump’s enemies will become less fearful and more vocal. Republican Congressmen and Senators in swing states and marginal districts, looking to 2018, will have less incentive to follow Trump’s lead, rather than their own instincts and interests. Party unity will fade away.
And without a united and energized Republican Party on the Hill, how do you get repeal and replacement of Obamacare, tax reform or a border wall? Trump’s agenda suddenly seems comatose….
Markets had soared with Trump’s election on the expectation that his pro-business agenda would be enacted. If those expectations suddenly seem illusory, will the boom born of hope become a bust? (Buchanan.org)
While there has not been any party unity to fade away since Trump was elected, the point of my recent articles about Trump has been that all of this stuff about Trump and Russia is going to grow, not fade, and that is going to impact the stock market. I have been certain of that because Trump’s actions (whether he is guilty or innocent) constantly stir controversy and tend to make him look guilty (whether he is or not). Firing Comey particularly stirred things up (whether Comey deserved it or not) because it resulted in the appointment of special prosecutor.
Russia has become the administration’s unintended but self-imposed mood music and narrative arc — sucking bandwith, draining esprit, looming as a potential calamity.
The price and opportunity cost have already been high — in time, in credibility, in possibility.
And it may just be starting. Legal scholar Jonathan Turley pointed out on Fox News that the Mueller miniseries may run for years.
The mood among some top Republicans is turning to anger: So much has been squandered.
“The damage to the agenda is permanent,” said a Republican working to pass Trump’s plans. (Axios)
My interest in all of this has never been to prove or disprove the guilt of Trump, but to say this is exactly the reason Trump’s promises, which the rally was built on, are anything but certain to happen. The constant turmoil from all of this means Trump will (whether innocent or guilty) continually lose more and more of the already limited support he has in his own party as they try to distance themselves from him. He has also handed tons of ammo to his Democratic opponents. Foreseeing all of that as being extremely likely, given Trump’s character and the way he ran his campaign, is a major part of why I have been predicting for months that the stock market will crash in early summer. That is about how long I figured it would take before all of this turmoil starts to wash over Trump.
“Earnings have provided a good fundamental base for the market, but I’m beginning to wonder if this news item is the straw that breaks the camel’s back,” said David Schiegoleit, managing director of investments at U.S Bank Private Client Reserve…. “If special prosecutors are hired or there is more talk about obstruction of justice being an impeachable offense, one can kiss the tax plan, health care plan, and fiscal stimulus plan goodbye for 2017,” Andy Brenner, head of international fixed income securities at National Alliance Securities, said in a note Monday. (The Hill)
Done. Special prosecutor hired, and market falls … like clockwork. (This isn’t the crash, but the shocks are clearly now taking a major toll on the market each time they hit, and my point is that this proves how vulnerable the market is to this political crisis.)
A special prosecutor assures that the Trump turmoil isn’t going away. Thus, Trump’s economic plan is likely to unwind … well … about now. It is now beginning to dawn across the the entire stock market that the Trump rally was built on baseless euphoria — rosy hopes of the 100% success when nothing in politics and particularly in Trump politics is ever certain. The only thing that is predictable with Trump is turmoil (whether his fault or everyone else’s around him).
“We’ve seen the Trump agenda derailed and try to get back on track several times. It’s registering with more investors that its going to be hard to get back on track with the latest allegations,” Michael O’Rourke, chief market strategist at JonesTrading in Greenwich, Connecticut. “Prior to the election investors expected Trump to represent uncertainty,” he said. “The market is now recognizing that some of the fears they had back in October are coming to fruition.” (Newsmax)
How bad can this get economically? One of Trump’s CEO colleagues, who was no fan of the Obama administration, criticized his management sharply last week and forecasted how his management style could lead to a market sell-off:
Jack Welch, the former CEO of General Electric who has President Donald Trump’s ear, told CNBC on Wednesday that an impeachment would crush the stock market. “An impeachment proceeding would blow the market away,” Welch said on “Squawk Box.” Welch also said Trump’s firing of James Comey as FBI director was a “rookie mistake.” He added, “You don’t make any friends doing it the way [Trump] did it. I think without question we have a guy that’s on the right agenda with crappy management practices,” Welch said, giving the president a “D minus” on his management skills.
Yet, management skills were supposed to be Trump’s greatest asset. So, if is greatest asset is proving in the eyes of CEO’s who are in good with Trump and who didn’t like Obama to be a detriment, what is the rest of Trump going to bring?
The fact that the sell-off was particularly great among financial stocks, indicates fear that the Trump turmoil will overshadow everything now and prevent passage of Trump’s much ballyhooed tax plan.
Major investors are “somewhat cautious” as they wait to see whether President Donald Trump and Republican leaders on Capitol Hill can deliver on promises of lower taxes and massive business deregulation, Starwood Capital Group founder Barry Sternlicht told CNBC on Monday. “If we don’t succeed, the backlash could be significant. It all really needs to succeed. I just hope [Trump] stays on the main script, which is the business script.” (CNBC)
“The obvious point we’ve made before repeatedly is that Trump now has much less political capital to spend in the Capitol, and that makes Trumpflation far less likely. Yet things seem to be rapidly moving beyond that point, opening up other scenarios,” [Rabobank strategist Michael Every] said. He was referring to the threat of impeachment. (Zero Hedge)
What happens in the weeks ahead if the Russian backstory continues to sideline the main script of tax reform and we get a few more simultaneous events like Wannacry now that the market has begun to tremble and fall? The wall will weaken with each blow of the ram. Trump’s controversies are black-swan events, in that no one can even guess what he’s going to do next or when. And, yet, they are predictable in the sense that he loves to create controversy and almost certainly will create a lot more, and they’re predicable in the sense that the press loves to jump all over him.
Clearly not even his own staff has a clue as to when the next controversy will come and what it will be. They have stumbled all over themselves trying to keep up. While a black-swan event, by definition, means an unpredictable negative event, what is predictable is the odds the many of these unpredictable negative hits are bound to keep piling on. While I cannot tell what the next one will be or when, I can be reasonably sure it will not be far off. Months back I could see the high probability of things falling apart badly under Trump and could see that it wouldn’t take long for that to start to break up the Trump rally.
None of this is about whether or not he’s guilty, but about how is erratic nature has always been part of my basis for saying the economy and stock market will hit the rocks by early summer. Besides Trump’s own penchant for controversy, it’s easy to see that draining the swamp would certainly create huge turmoil if done properly and destruction of the presidency if done wrongly, as Trump was assured to have few friends and many enemies in very powerful places if he tries to start removing swamp creatures. From a market standpoint, I looked at this this: Just as the Fed is trying to keep raising interest rates, all kinds of uncertainty is going to bombard the market every week.
The election of President Trump is eclipsed only by the 9/11 terrorist attack and the battle over the fiscal cliff in 2011 in terms of generating doubt about future economic policy, according to the Economic Policy Uncertainty Index. Increases “in policy uncertainty foreshadow declines in investment, output, and employment in the United States,” the three professors who created the index wrote…. While the EPU index has come off its high from the November election, it remains elevated, coming in month after month of the Trump presidency well above its long-run average…. The daily index spiked twice in the past week with allegations the president had divulged secrets to the Russians and allegations that he may have interfered with an FBI investigation. (CNBC)
It’s an investing aphorism that the market hates uncertainty, and uncertainty levels have only been this high following the 2008 financial crisis and 1987’s Black Monday.
Wannacry was also the kind of black swan event people have seen coming, but no one knows exactly how or when it will happen — just that the world is increasingly loaded with such prospects so that sooner or later some are going to happen. The likelihood of cyberwar began brewing in the final Obama days as Obama declared cyberwar on Russia. (Did he really think they wouldn’t fight back secretly with their own barrage of cyber attacks?)
So, while these cyber events are also completely unpredictable, what is predictable is that the odds of very damaging ones went up with the advent of Obama’s cyberwar against Russia (which Obama declared as a countermeasure) and with the release by Wikileaks of the NSAs very powerful viral software and knowledge of how it can be used to hack into networks. Wannacry proves how unprepared and vulnerable the entire modern world remains after years of opportunity to prepare and knowledge that we needed to prepare.
Now we sit at D-day in that both kinds of events are happening together. The Wannacry virus is already mutating, and the US government’s most powerful spyware has been sent to everyone in the world to use. At the same time, even a Republican or two is now talking of impeachment. Add to that the kind of violent protests I expected to see for this year, and one almost defies the Federal Reserve to risk raising rates in June now that the kind of chaos I predicted for this year is intensifying so rapidly.
The Epocalypse will take months to fully develop, but the initial breakup of the ice sheets of market complacency will become evident this summer. In fact, they are already starting to crack as euphoric hopes begin to melt. You’ve probably noticed that the post-election Trumphoria is entirely gone. Even Trump’s supporters are waiting with bated breath, many major supporters now openly wondering if Trump will turn on all of his promises, and many hopeful investors are getting nervous that their bets were misplaced.
By nesara.news contributor James Gandy (5-22-2017).
As spring comes fresh with May flowering, the Washington Horse Pastures are growing greener then ever before. Here is a 14 year old chemical free field, all natural, properly managed hand-weeded mix of Timothy hay and timber.
By nesara.news contributor James Gandy (5-22-2017).
This dude goes by the screen name "grizz270" and is a prospectful independent freelance journalist. His collection on the interweb's social media sites, have been being compiled for about one year and include over 75 videos.
Good ol'Fashion every day common sense right there in that message.
By nesara.news contributor James Gandy (5-22-2017).
Graphine. What it is, how it's made and practical uses will be discussed at a later time. For now, focus on the saucer that appears to be made of plastic and has a dome type of roof, or pilots cockpit, that could easily fit a person or two.
Courtesy of the Keshe Foundation, Spaceship Program Organization (keshefoundation.org).
By nesara.news contributor James Gandy (5-22-2017).
"The Keshe Foundation, registered in the Netherlands as a non-profit organization interested in promoting world peace, is offering the regular farmer and others near the Daiichi plant and around the world a new technology to remove radioactive contamination for mere dollars" (naturalsociety.com).
What is the Keshe Foundation? In their words, "One does not see wings, jet engines or propulsion rockets attached to the Earth for it to hold on to its position and to travel at thousands of Kilometers an hour for billions of years in its solar system.
With the new understanding of the creation of gravitational fields forces as of planetary systems like the Earth, the scientific intellect and the knowledge of the man has reached the level that he understands this fundamental principle of creation of universal motion and now we have replicated the technology of the universe in a plasma reactor for its applications in space travel.
This new method of using the interaction of both gravitational and magnetic fields of the reactor in respect to other celestial objects similar fields to attain motion and positioning, to create motion, energy and food exactly as in the universal objects as on the Earth and the Sun and without burning of any matter as in the universe and we call this new method of travels of using magnetic fields a spaceship program.
The Keshe Foundation is an independent non-profit and non-religious organization founded by nuclear engineer M.T. Keshe that aims to develop new scientific knowledge, new technologies and new solutions to major global problems like famine, water shortage, lack of electrical power supply, climate change, and disease, through the use of specially developed plasma reactors which will also give Mankind the real freedom to travel in deep Space" (keshefoundation.org).
SO KESHE THINKS HE CAN FLY TO OUTER SPACE? Okay
SO KESHE THINKS HAS FOUND THE CURE FOR MANY HEALTH ISSUES SUCH AS A CURE FOR CANCER. Okay
SO KESHE BELIEVES IN A NEW SCIENCE? ONE THAT IS NUCLEAR, BUT NOT THE TYPE OF NUCLEAR WE TYPICALLY THINK OF? Okay, this is freaking me out!
AND, KESHE SAYS HIS NEW NUCLEAR ANTI-NUCLEAR NUCLEAR WASTE CLEANER WILL CURE NUCLEAR CONTAMINANTS AT NUCLEAR SITES... Okay, now that's nuclear
So who is this Keshe Guy? From the foundations website, he was, "Born in Iran in 1958, son of an X-ray engineer... was introduced to the world of radiation and nuclear science at a very young age... 1981 he graduated from Queen Mary College, University of London, as a nuclear engineer specializing in reactor technology system control...
Mr. Keshe is widely known as "The Iranian Nuclear Physicist" who dreams of World Peace and Space Travel for Everyone... Having had 200 videos or so, in 3 hour average lengths found on several interweb video sites, you too can learn of this new thought of science.
The Question Is? Can Mehran Keshe, an Iranian Nuclear Physicist now living abroad, SHOW AND TELL THE AMERICAN PHYSICIST HOW TO CLEAN THIS WASTE SITE UP?
IT HAS BEEN UNDERSTOOD, by this author that SINCE 2011, under the past U.S. President that an executive order of some type was made specifically to supress this technology!!!
FROM EASTERN WASHINGTON STATE, DOWN WIND FROM HANFORD, This author asks for KESHE NUCLEAR SCIENCE TO BE EXPOSED, MAGRAV, ALL ANTI-GRAVITY, EVERYTHING... We want clean water, air and food... WE WANT TO FLY TOO!!!
By nesara.news contributor James Gandy (5-22-2017).
Another Freelance Independent Journalist form the interweb comes forward and Announces The Hanford Site Nuclear Leak...
... >>> ER doc says: "In the meantime he [Seth] was transferred to the ICU and transfused 2 units of blood when his post-surgery crit came back ~20. He was stable and not on any pressors, and it seemed pretty routine. About 8 hours after he arrived [he was alive for 8 hours?] we were swarmed by LEOs and pretty much everyone except the attending and a few nurses was kicked out of the ICU (disallowing visiting hours -normally every odd hour, eg 1am, 3am, etc- is not something we do routinely). It was weird as hell. At turnover that morning we were instructed not to round on the VIP that came in last night (that’s exactly what the attending said, and no one except for me and another resident had any idea who he was talking about)."
ER doc continued: "No one here was allowed to see Seth except for my attending when he died. No code was called. I rounded on patients literally next door but was physically blocked from checking in on him. I’ve never seen anything like it before, and while I can’t say 100% that he was allowed to die, I don’t understand why he was treated like that. Take it how you may, /pol/, I’m just one low level doc. Something’s fishy though, that’s for sure."
"Proof that owner of bar where Seth Rich was last seen alive visited White House 4 days earlier" >>> https://fellowshipoftheminds.com/2017/05/20/proof-that-owner-of-bar-where-seth-rich-was-last-seen-alive-visited-white-house-4-days-earlier/
... "ER surgeon at Seth Rich’s hospital says his gun wounds were not fatal" >>> https://fellowshipoftheminds.com/2017/05/18/surgeon-at-seth-richs-hospital-says-his-wounds-were-not-fatal/
... "Murdered DNC staffer Seth Rich was alive and conscious when found by police" >>> https://fellowshipoftheminds.com/2017/05/17/murdered-dnc-staffer-seth-rich-was-alive-when-found-by-police/
... "Newt Gingrich calls murder of Seth Rich an assassination"
... four worthwhile reading articles from one source ...
To say Saudi Arabia hates Israel would be a grand understatement.
The two nations have no diplomatic relations. Travelers can't fly from one country to the other. Planes can't even fly through the other's airspace.
In order to travel from one nation to the other requires travelers to take what many call a "cleansing stop." Often, flyers go to Amman, Jordan, or Cairo, Egypt, before heading on. And travelers who stop in Israel before heading to Saudi Arabia often ask Israeli officials not to stamp their passports (Saudis authorities get visibly unhappy when they see the stamp). Some frequent fliers even have an extra passport so they can keep one clear of the Israeli stamp.
That's what makes President Trump's itinerary so interesting. He made Saudi Arabia his first stop, which no doubt greatly pleased the Saudi royal family. Then he flew from Riyadh directly to Tel Aviv, which no doubt made them furious.
In fact, the flight may well have been the first in history from Saudi Arabia to Israel, the Associated Press reported.
"Saudi Arabia doesn't recognize Israel and the two states don't have diplomatic relations. There are no direct flights between the two countries and flights from either country bypass the other's airspace. An Israel Airport Authority spokesman says that he was not aware of any direct flights ever having landed in Israel from the kingdom," the AP said.
So Trump's already made history. Chances are he'll make a good bit more.
From Anna Von Reitz
The murder of this boy, Seth, has been your undoing. You will fall and not rise again. What you have done and what you have followed, you have not known, for you have been blinded by greed and led astray by your lusts until you are nothing but an empty pit always desiring more. So, go then to your Father, the Father of All Lies, and let him devour you, emptiness into emptiness and sin into sin.
It shall be so and will be done.
CNN takes things to a new low by issuing a disturbing set of instructions in regards to the developments in the case against Anthony Weiner. Editor at large Chris Cillizza wrote an article begging readers to “stop talking” about Anthony Weiner. In the article headlined “Can we now stop talking about Anthony Weiner? Like, forever?”, stating that “there’s literally no reason to write or talk about [him] anymore.”
The disgraced former congressman Anthony Weiner pleaded guilty to a charge of sending obscene material to a minor. The charges alleged that Weiner had sent a 15-year-old girl nude pictures, discussed rape fantasies, and encouraged her to take part in sexual activities.
The scandal which has become known as “WeinerGate” has been ongoing for years, starting in 2011 after the late Andrew Breitbart of Breitbart News had reported that Weiner, who was at the time a New York congressman, had been sending nude pictures of himself to women online. At the time Breitbart was derided for the story and media outlets said to ignore it.
The scandal eventually led to Weiner’s resignation from congress in 2013. It was thrust back into the public sphere in 2016 when his laptop was confiscated in relation to the investigation of Hillary Clinton. More images and information on Weiner’s pedophile leanings came out. It was on the same day that Weiner pleaded guilty to the charges that Cillizza made demands that readers and media no longer devote any attention or stories to Weiner.
This creates a long trend of Cillizza demanding the cessation of articles and stories that could be problematic for the democratic party. Such as when he demanded people not pay attention to Hillary Clinton’s health despite her passing out. The CNN network also famously tried to intimidate readers to not read WikiLeaks emails from the DNC and Podesta, falsely claiming that doing so would be illegal. They have also often been caught taking people off the air for saying things that they dislike, even leftist hero Bernie Sanders was taken off the air when he used the phrase “fake news” during a segment.
The other worrying trend is that of CNN attempting to normalize or defending pedophilia and pedophiles as a whole. In an attempt to start this, CNN had posted a controversial article titled “Do pedophiles deserve sympathy?” In the article, they cite that “a number of studies is changing that view”, that pedophiles are child molesters and don’t deserve sympathy.
CNN attempts to argue that pedophiles are “just born that way”, which should sound familiar to anyone who remembers when homosexuality was being normalized. They claim without any evidence that it’s only a small minority of pedophiles who actually rape children, which again parallels the attempt to normalize Islam by claiming that only a small minority of Muslims believe in any of the core tenants of Islam.
It would seem that the opinion at CNN is that pedophiles, some of the vilest, most despised criminals in the world, are actually victims. In fact, it would seem that all of CNN’s anchors tend to hold this view. In response to the Jerry Sandusky trial in which at least 10 minors were raped, CNN anchor Don Lemon stated that he felt bad for Sandusky and that it was unfortunate this his “life was over”. This is also exemplified in a tweet made by Christopher C. Cuomo, another one of CNN’s anchors. Cuomo responds to a tweet made after President Trump revoked the Obama decree that ordered public schools to allow transgenders to use the bathroom of the gender that they “identify as”.
The tweet reads, “What do you tell a 12-year-old girl who doesn’t want to see a penis in the locker room?,” to which Cuomo responds “I wonder if she is the problem or her overprotective and intolerant dad? teach tolerance.” After taking criticism for the tweet, Cuomo doubled-down on his stance, insisting that there were no such cases, reinforcing the narrative that CNN is fake news as several events of such a thing are well documented.
Indeed, is it any surprise at all that when the focus of CNN seems to be to protect the democratic party and normalize sexual deviancy, they want you to ignore the scandals of pedophile Anthony Weiner?