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Trump’s support of Erdogan shows exactly what Trump is and how he would really wish to govern America.

Josep Goded

Trump’s connections with a large number of dictatorships has raised several questions about his morality and political convictions. Since he became president, numerous human rights organizations have protested against him for welcoming human rights violators onto US soil. However, Trump has always denied those accusations, claiming that classic tyrants such as Al-Sisi (Egypt) and Erdogan (Turkey) are US allies who lead free countries.

Despite Trump’s efforts to manipulate public opinion, the recent visit of the Turkish Prime Minister Recep Erdogan caused a political earthquake. During his visit to the Turkish embassy in Washington DC on Monday, Erdogan ordered his bodyguards to attack people who were peacefully protesting against him. As result, a number of protesters were injured and needed medical assistance. A few hours before that regrettable incident, Trump said:

We have had a great relationship and we will make it even better.”

Today, we face a…

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America never learn, but do believe they are the sole masters of the universe and what they do must be right. Trump said he was different, but as we see he is just the same.

Oil is the paymaster and oil has to be obeyed.

Beastrabban\'s Weblog

Here’s another brilliant little video from the Jimmy Dore Show, which casts further light on the US’ role in spreading the carnage and chaos in Syria. In this clip, the comedian, with his co-hosts Steffi Zamora and Ron Placone, talk about a story which appeared in March, 2016, in the Los Angeles Times. The Pentagon and the CIA are backing different rebel factions in Syria. The Pentagon is backing one bunch as part of their campaign against ISIS, while the CIA is arming another group in order, the paper claimed, to bring Assad to the negotiating table. As Dore points out, this isn’t what the CIA and its government paymasters want. They want to oust Assad altogether. He reminds his viewers how the United States was approached by Saudi Arabia and Qatar several years ago. The two Arab nations offered to pay if America invaded Syria and overthrew Assad…

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Oil is the reason for many conflicts, so is the case for the American involvement in the Middle East but not mentioned only are the atrocities.

But atrocities happen in other countries, but there is no American involvement as there is no oil.

Oil the root of all evil.

Beastrabban\'s Weblog

This is yet another video about the expansion of the American war machine and war propaganda by the Jimmy Dore Show. In this video, he discusses the report that AFRICOM, the part of American High Command responsible for Africa, has decided to put troops back into Somalia after 24 years. The troops are apparently there at the request of the Somalian government, and will be there for training purposes. The article does reveal that American troops have also been deployed several times within that space of 24 years in minor missions, such as scouting for bombing sites.

The US troops are being deployed to help the Somali government against the Islamist group, al-Shabaab. The article states that al-Shabaab, although sharing a similar Islamist ideology with ISIS and al-Qaeda, aren’t actually part of those organisations. Most of the time, they’ve been confined to Somalia. They arose after a long period of…

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Just who is telling the truth, is it propaganda on both sides.

In any conflict it is not just the innocent that suffer, but also the truth.

The innocents should be the prime consideration on all sides of any conflict, not the last, as is shown and proven many times.

Beastrabban\'s Weblog

As well as appearing on Counterpunch’s website, Theodore A. Postol also appeared on RT, and his analysis of the Sarin gas attack in Syria was also covered by Jimmy Dore. Postol is the emeritus professor of Science, Technology and National Security at MIT. He concluded that, contrary to what the American government and Syrian rebels were saying, the poison gas that killed the people of Khan Shaykhun was not dropped as a bomb from a plane, but was released from an improved ground-based weapon, about 12 cm long. Trump and the American media have claimed that the attack was the responsibility of Assad, and launched an attack by Tomohawk missiles on the air force base, from which the attack was supposedly launched, in reprisal.

In this video, Dore savagely critiques the statements of Trump, Sean Spicer and other members of the White House. He makes the point that the American…

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Saudi officials have just called the first meeting of the girls’ council, but there’s just one problem…

There were no women or girls in sight.

A picture has emerged showing the first official meeting of the Qassim Girls’ Council, which appears to be made up of 13 men.

Source: Saudi Arabia plays ‘spot the female’ with its new girls’ council | Metro News


‘Ladies First’ : Saudi Arabia Female Candidates

by Mona El-Naggar and Adam Bolt

INTERNATIONAL TIMES DOCUMENTARIES

https://static01.nyt.com/video/players/offsite/index.html?videoId=100000004711633


The hashtag and its Arabic translation has been posted thousands of times in a bid to speak out about laws in Saudi Arabia, which see all women required to appoint a male guardian.

Source: #StopEnslavingSaudiWomen hashtag sweeps Twitter | Daily Mail Online


If, as we are lead to believe that Saudi Arabia are allies of ours then the return of Miss Al-Jeffery should not be a problem, all we need to do is ask them. But, then there are allies and then allies, as some allies could be more like an enemy.

The Muslim Issue

Briton ‘locked up’ in Saudi Arabian ‘cage’ needs RESCUING from her father and must be back in the UK by next month, High Court rules

  • Amina Al-Jeffery, 21, ‘locked in a cage’ by her father in Saudi Arabia
  • She was born and raised in Swansea but moved to Middle East aged 16
  • Lawyers claim she has been stopped from leaving house for ‘kissing boy’
  • Judge rules her father must allow her to return to UK by September 11

A 21-year-old Briton who says her controlling father imprisoned her in Saudi Arabia for ‘un-Islamic’ behaviour needs to be rescued, a High Court judge ruled today.

Amina Al-Jeffery – who grew up in Swansea – says her father, academic Mohammed Al-Jeffery, locks her up because she ‘kissed a guy’.

Mr Justice Holman, sitting in the Family Division…

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Source: 9/11: Bush’s Guilt and the ‘28 Pages’ – The Duran


Stop Making Sense

Deb Reichmann reports for the Associated Press:

Sept 11 Attacks File 17 New GuideAmid the clamor a year ago to release 28 still-secret pages of a congressional inquiry into the Sept. 11 attacks, the government quietly declassified a little-known report listing more than three dozen people who piqued the interest of investigators probing possible Saudi connections to the hijackers.

The document, known as “File 17,” offers clues to what might be in the missing pages of the bipartisan report about 9/11.

“Much of the information upon which File 17 was written was based on what’s in the 28 pages,” said former Democratic Sen. Bob Graham of Florida, co-chairman of the congressional inquiry. He believes the hijackers had an extensive Saudi support system while they were in the United States.

“File 17 said, ‘Here are some additional unanswered questions and here is how we think the 9/11 Commission, the FBI and the CIA should go about finding…

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