Monday, 26 September 2016

Some cracks in the MSM Hillary narrative

The world's fixated on Trump. But Hillary could drag us ALL into a catastrophic war, writes PETER HITCHENS in America

25 September, 2016

Here in my favourite American small town, I detect a strange, ominous feeling of approaching danger. Something has gone wrong with the USA.

I first came to Moscow, Idaho, eight years ago when the great Obama frenzy was at its unhinged peak. This is a divided place, traditional rural conservatives living alongside a Left-wing university campus, but in 2008 they coped with their deep divisions in the usual way.
People disagreed, but they did it politely and openly, and were ready to accept the result even if they did not like it. Almost every front lawn had its partisan placard.
Now politics has gone underground in an almost sinister way. I searched the town’s pleasant suburbs for a Trump or Clinton poster and found none, only a single defiant declaration of support for America’s Jeremy Corbyn, the Left-winger Bernie Sanders, who long ago quit the race.
I lived through the Cold War and never believed we were in real danger. But I genuinely tremble at the thought of Mrs Clinton in the White House



Republican headquarters in Main Street until recently contained posters supporting lots of the party’s candidates for local office, but none at all for Donald Trump. Last week they finally managed to mention his name, but you have to look carefully for it in their window.
Democrat HQ, almost directly opposite, is nearly as coy about Hillary Clinton.
In private conversations (the only sort where people will say what they really think), you find out what this means. Democrats are holding their noses over Hillary because they despise her and wish she wasn’t their candidate.
But many Republicans are stifling their genuine enthusiasm for Trump, because – in small towns like this – they don’t want to annoy or alienate neighbours who may also be customers, clients, patients or employers.
Of course there are conservatives, usually serious Christians, who loathe and mistrust Donald Trump and see him for what he is – a balloon of noise and bluster which will one day burst in a terrible explosion of disappointment and regret.
But they have been swept aside by the great carnival of resentment and revenge which has carried Trump past all the obstacles and restraints that are supposed to prevent such people getting near real power. For Trump is the anti-Obama – emotional, irrational, a spasm.
Those who had to sit, grinding their teeth, through all the long-years of Obama-worship, now hope for their own matching hour of gloating.
And we really ought to recognise that rejoicing over the woes of your enemies is one of the greatest sinful pleasures in life. Few will turn down the chance.
I can see no good outcome of this. Adversarial politics are a good thing, but only if both sides are ultimately willing to concede that their rivals are entitled to win from time to time. But that attitude seems to have gone. Now the rule is that the winner takes all, and hopes to keep it if he (or she) can.
A narrow defeat for Trump will poison the republic. Millions of his supporters will immediately claim fraud at the polls, and nothing will convince them otherwise. The bitterness of the Florida ‘hanging chad’ episode of 2000 will seem like brotherly love compared with that fury.
A victory for Trump – decisive or narrow – will give astonishing powers to a lonely, inexperienced, ill-educated old man who (I suspect) is increasingly terrified of winning a prize he never really intended or expected to obtain.
A clear victory for Hillary Clinton would create even greater problems. Educated, informed people here believe that there are serious doubts about her health. Even if they are wrong, her militant interventionist foreign policies are terrifying.
I lived through the Cold War and never believed we were in real danger. But I genuinely tremble at the thought of Mrs Clinton in the White House. She appears to have learned nothing from the failed interventions of the past 30 years, and scorns Barack Obama’s praiseworthy motto: ‘Don’t do stupid stuff.’
She will do stupid stuff, and drag us into it, you may rely upon it.
How odd it is, to hear on the air the faint but insistent sound of coming war, here in this place of sweet, small hills, rich soil and wistful, mountainous horizons.
Men came here in search of what we all really desire, to be left alone to get on with the really important aims of life, to build a home and raise a family, to see the fruits of their labour, to believe what they wish to believe.
I cannot quite work out how the good, sane impulse that gave birth to the USA could possibly have led us to this nightmare choice between two equally horrible outcomes.

I shall just have to carry on hoping that I am wrong.

Are we be being prepared for something?

Democrats quiet on their support for Clinton



Radio NZ,
26 September, 2016

One would expect voters from the heavily Democratic Brooklyn neighbourhood of Cobble Hill to pick presidential candidate Hillary Clinton in the November general election. Just don't expect them to advertise it.

Like lawns and windowsills in liberal pockets across the country, much of the neighbourhood is bereft of pro-Clinton signage in the final weeks before the election. It's a stark contrast to the 2012 and 2008 campaigns, when President Barack Obama whipped up a frenzy of support from Democrats and his signature "Hope" and "Forward" signs were ubiquitous.

The scarcity of lawn and window signs is an indication of the Democratic nominee's struggle to generate enthusiasm among left-leaning voters, a challenge that's borne out in polling data, and could potentially haunt her if voters fail to turn out on election day.

Clinton leads Republican challenger Donald Trump by four percentage points among likely voters, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll released Friday.

But Americans of all political stripes have been more critical of Clinton than they were of Obama when he was running for his second term four years ago, according to the daily tracking poll.

Among Democrats, 78 percent say they have a favourable view of Clinton, lower than the 89 percent favorability rating Obama had at this point in the race in 2012. Clinton's favorability drops to 28 percent among independents versus Obama's 47 percent.

Nancy Kimmel Viola, a 63-year-old social worker who lives about a mile away from Clinton's campaign headquarters in Brooklyn, keeps a "Bernie 2016" sticker taped to the front door of her Carroll Gardens home, a vestige of her support for the unsuccessful bid of Sen. Bernie Sanders. While she plans to vote for Clinton, she confesses that her "heart's not in it."

"I have to vote for her." Viola said. "Having Trump in there is too scary."

In Denver, residents in the Democratic stronghold of Park Hill posted many yard signs over a local zoning issue, but few for the presidential race.

"Most of us around here will vote Democratic, we always do, but we're not overly enthusiastic for Clinton," said resident Pablo Marron. "But we are united in our opposition to Trump."

'Hold your nose'


In the heavily Democratic Denver suburb of Northglenn, banners for local office-seekers littered a major roadway, but there were no accompanying Clinton signs. In the affluent liberal Washington DC suburb of Chevy Chase, Maryland, signs for the Democratic nominee appeared only roughly once every 10 blocks.
The lack of enthusiasm isn't just hitting the Clinton campaign. Americans from both major parties say they are generally less interested in voting this year than they were in 2012, according to the Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll, which compared results gathered during the first 20 days of September with the same period of 2012.

The Clinton campaign did not respond to emailed requests for comment.

Clinton's online store displayed roughly a dozen different signs and banners for sale, ranging from an 11-inch by 17-inch sign, sold at $10 for a pack of two, to a four-foot by six-foot "Hillary for America" banner, which retailed for $100.
Sales data was not immediately available and a request for comment from the store went unanswered.

For some, there is a "hold your nose quality" to this election, said Matthew Dallek, associate professor at George Washington University's Graduate School of Political Management.

The lack of signage in liberal enclaves may indicate, Dallek said, "that there just isn't this sort of enthusiasm that existed for Obama."
But there are some blocks that buck the trend.

On a street in Gowanus, Brooklyn, no fewer than four homes bore pro-Clinton signage, including a life-size cutout of the Democratic nominee, which rests in the windowsill of retired lawyer Chris Morrison's home. The beaming cardboard Clinton prompts many passersby to take pictures, said Morrison, a staunch Clinton supporter.

"You don't see as much signage this time around. In this neighbourhood I don't get so concerned (because everyone is) more or less on the same page," said Morrison, 66.

"I worry when I go to some other places."
- Reuters


America's rigged election

This is all speculation of course.

I do not like any of the sources, especially Natural News but do I think that the US election is going to proceed as it should? No, I do not.

I cannot see how the powers-that-be will allow a super-unpopular and deeply-unwell Clinton to become president without a “Plan B” and I can’t see that they will allow Trump to enter the White House

Will they limit themselves to simply rigging votes? I don't think so.

Could I disregard the possibility of assassination? No.


It is time to contemplate what might possibly eventuate while recognising that we can never really know.

CLAIM: Historic event to occur in the next six days that will end the rise of and seize the future of America for totalitarian globalists

False flag event



You didn't really think the criminal cabal of globalists was going to idly stand by and let the voters elect an anti-establishment candidate, did you? According to the latest insider buzz I'm hearing, a staged event of historic magnitude is set to take place in the next six days that will end the populist rise of Donald Trump and allow totalitarian globalists to seize control of America through political means. I post this article in the hopes that perhaps revealing these plans ahead of time may cause them to be put on hold.

All the buzz on this centers around a number of unverifiable claims that are now circulating among various bloggers, journalists and video commentators in the indy media. For the record, I do not endorse any certainty of these ideas, but for the sake of making sure this is all out in the open, I will mention that these theories center around claims that either Clinton will be assassinated, Trump will be assassinated, they will BOTH be assassinated, or the more bizarre theory that Clinton is already dead and will still be assassinated anyway in a staged event to blame "Second Amendment people" and reset the entire election.

While I can't validate any of these claims (and therefore don't endorse them), what rings true about the overall tone in such whispers is the idea that the globalists will stop at nothing to control the outcome of this election in any way possible. There is absolutely no question that, in the minds of the globalist totalitarians, the lives of Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump or any number of innocent bystanders are utterly meaningless to them. If they have to murder a few people to stay in power, that is well within their psychological window of acceptable behavior in order to achieve their political goal of total domination.

Behind the scenes of the indy media, everybody is talking quite openly about these scenarios, and some are convinced that Hillary Clinton actually died on 9/11 and has been impersonated (or "green screened") ever since. Others say both Clinton and Trump will be assassinated simultaneously, possibly at the upcoming debate on the 26th. Dave Hodges at The Commonsense Show has posted an article that gives you a flavor of that line of concern. All News Pipeline also reflects the concerns with an article that warns, "Hold On To Your Seats! - Something Shocking Set To Rock Presidential Race." Notably, the most recent Alex Jones "epic rant" gives you a sense of the almost manic frustration and anger that's boiling over (fast forward to 7:00 to really witness Jones at his most "epic").


The globalists now see Hillary Clinton as a liability, whose death could be exploited for political gain

Regardless of what any of us believe about the whispers or rumors, what's clear at this point is that Hillary Clinton's horrifically poor performance and collapsing health has made her an obvious liability to the globalist agenda. It is now conceivable that they are figuring out how to get rid of her in a way that can serve the theatrics necessary to radically change the election narrative.

From the point of view of globalists, eliminating Clinton through a carefully planned "execution" that can be blamed on Trump supporters achieves two important goals at once: 1) It allows the democrats to replace her with a candidate who doesn't suck. 2) It allows the media to maliciously blame Trump -- based on his "Second Amendment people" comment -- and possibly swing some support back into the democrat camp. To pull this off, right now they would need to be brainwashing a "lone gunman" and fabricating an entire back story of social media posts, a manifesto and other materials that can be cited by CNN to link the gunman to Trump. (REDDIT users, be ready to start vetting all this if an "assassination" actually takes place...)


Is Trump also a target? Eliminating only Trump without simultaneously dispatching Clinton does not achieve this goal as neatly for the globalists, because the assassination of Trump alone would almost certainly set off a nationwide armed revolt leading to chaos or even civil war... and that's not what the globalists want right now... they want "controlled peace," meaning an orderly but obedient society where no one is allowed to speak any words at all that challenge the consensus reality of the controllers (hence the need for politically correct speech controls). See my recent mini-documentary The WAR on REALITY: How globalists occupy your mind to control everything:


However, assassinating BOTH candidates at the same time -- conceivably with a bomb or chemical weapon at an upcoming debate -- would in fact allow globalists to replace both parties' nominees with obedient globalist puppets (Jeb Bush on the right, Joe Biden on the left). From the point of view of the globalists, a simultaneous assassination of both Clinton and Trump achieves the best possible outcome for their totalitarian agenda.

I pray for the safety and protection of both Clinton and Trump

The People only "win" in all this if both candidates remain alive and healthy long enough for Clinton to be defeated on election day (which now seems a near certainty).

It is important for a nation to witness the voter rejection of a criminal globalist like Hillary Clinton. If she is assassinated or dies before election day, the people are denied their opportunity to properly reject her failed ideas, wholly dishonest campaign lies and horrific record of political failures.

Furthermore, the beginning of political healing in America can only commence when the population has the opportunity to properly reject the criminality of the political classand usher in a new candidate who does not serve as an obedient disciple of the globalists. In a very real sense, in other words, the healing of America must begin with the democratic election of Donald Trump and the outright rejection of the Obama / Clinton era of corruption and criminality.

This is precisely why the globalists do not want to allow democratic elections to take place in America, and it's why they are willing to do almost anything to stop them. At all costs, they must stop the People from being able to freely elect Donald Trump, and they are willing to kill anyone necessary to achieve that goal, including killing both Clinton and Trump.

How you can help save America and stop the globalists

Fortunately, you and I are not helpless in this situation. It turns out that the humble cell phone camera is right now our greatest weapon against the globalists and their insidious attempts to seize the outcome of this election.

Consider the fact that it was a personal cell phone that captured Hillary Clinton's "seizure moment" on 9/11 when she collapsed on the sidewalk and was heaved into a van like a sack of rice. In one moment, a private citizen with a cell phone camera changed the course of history.

Now, it's more important than ever that you keep your cell phone cameras rolling at every political event. We the People must capture, upload and share important videos that document the false flag attacks, the green screen deceptions, the fakery and lies of the entire leftist political regime -- including CNN fakery and staged theatrics (if it wasn't for green screens and teleprompters, CNN would have nothing to report at all). Through the power of citizen journalism, We the People actually have a legitimate shot at halting the false flag operations and even stopping the assassinations of Clinton and Trump.

We are now living in an era of individual empowerment, where individuals now have the power to challenge the lies and propaganda of every totalitarian regime that exists on our planet. From Saudi Arabia to North Korea and even the United States, citizens with video recording devices can now document the deceptions and expose the lies of the tyrants.

Use your camera first, and then your rifle only as a last resort


We are living in a time of global revolution and revolt, and the power of the camera is the single most important tool that now exists for freedom (with the power of the rifle a close second). In fact, I dare say that a "Citizen" is a person who carries both a camera and a rifle and is willing to use her camera first -- and her rifle second -- in the defense of her nation and her human rights.

Be steady, my friends, for if the whispers circulating across the indy media turn out to be true, you and I are all about to be thrust into unprecedented turmoil and possibly even anarmed uprising against the totalitarians who are trying to destroy democracy (and end any possibility of a Trump presidency).

Right now, based on what I'm hearing, if we actually make it to election day with both candidates still alive, I'm going to count my blessings and thank God for the opportunity to take our country back at the voting booths. It is possible, of course, that no assassinations occur at all. It's possible that our public discussion of these false flag operations may prevent them from taking place. It's even possible that the elections won't be hacked by the democrats to steal the results. But I'm sure not betting my future on all that. Right now, in my view, we are looking at better-than-even odds of an event taking place that eliminates one or both candidates from the race in the next 30 days.

From there, we enter uncharted territory with events unfolding that, throughout history, have sometimes formed new nations or at other times ended existing nations. With America now on the brink -- and states like Texas nearly ready to secede -- the events we are about to witness will radically reshape history. If you are not yet stocked up with beans, band-aids and bullets, you are delusional.


From another point-of-view


Clinton Racks Up Neo-Conservative Endorsements, Legislation Introduced Put Elections Under DHS


Sources and Links below, Click SHOW MORE: 

Update on effort to place Election Systems under Homeland Security - legislation introduced - and on the candidate the Republican power operatives are flocking to endorse (it ain't Donald Trump). 



Clinton looks to snag pappy Bush with a LONNNNNNNNNNNG list of neo-conservative war hawks and Republican power players:
https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/p...


Legislation Introducted to Put Elections Under Department of Homeland Security: 
http://www.truth-out.org/news/item/37...


Aspen Security Group put out Propaganda Memo to Act for DHS to take Over Cybersecurity on Unsubstantiated Russia Threat:


http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releas...

This, right after James Clapper states source of leaks/hacks remain unknown and tells everyone to stop hyperventilating over Russia:


https://www.rt.com/usa/353840-us-inte...


Jullian Assange, Interview on Seth Rich as Alleged Wikileaks Source:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kp7Fk...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uy1BP...

When one side won't fight

What the CIA Does When The Other Side Won't Fight



How do you start a fight when your opponent doesn't want a fight with you? You force it... you create fear... you create fear and sell another stinkin' pile of lies til the body count meets your project goals



Don'tever forget Syria is about reяources

The Natural Gas War Burning Under Syria






24 September, 2016

Qatar always wanted to punch above its weight. In Syria, it got the chance.

In 2009, Qatar, a leading natural gas producer, approached Syria about routing its planned 1,500 mile pipeline to the gas markets of Europe through Syria’s Aleppo province. Qatar wanted a pipeline straight to Europe as its current gas transport modes were limited to Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) tanker, mostly to Asia with limited spot shipments to Europe or the Dolphin pipeline to the United Arab Emirates and Oman. The pipeline would head north and end in Turkey after crossing Saudi Arabia, Jordan, and Syria. Syriadeclined Qatar’s offer, which would have cut the European market share of its partner, Russia, and instead agreed to participate in the “Friendship Pipeline” between Iran and Iraq that was considered a “Shia Pipeline” to some and a target for the Sunni monarchies of the Gulf. Not understood, or ignored, was Syria’s longstanding support of the Iranian regime, especially during the 1980-1988 Iran-Iraq War, and its long relationship with Russia, dating from 1944, which should have been a warning of who might appear if things hotted up.


In 2010, Israel and Syria held back-channel talks that reportedly included Israel’s return of the Golan Heights to Syria in exchange for security guarantees. The talks lagged due to mutual suspicions about the other side’s ability to deliver and, by early 2011, the Arab Spring had erupted across the region and leaders’ attentions turned to more immediate concerns. At this point, America had the opportunity to strike a blow against the Islamic Republic’s ally, the Assad regime. In 2011, Turkey provided a home for the opposition Syrian National Council and, in August 2011, the U.S., its allies, and the UN were calling on Bashar Assad to step down.

In 2011, Syria, Iran, and Iraq agreed to build a pipeline to connect Iran’s South Pars gas field to Europe. The pipeline would run from Assalouyeh, Iran to Europe via Iraq, Syria, and Lebanon, with Syria as the center of assembly and production.


What remains unclear is why, when Syria turned down its original pipeline proposal, it didn’t pursue its second option for the pipeline route: Saudi Arabia – Kuwait – Iraq. Aside from the challenging terrain in Iraq, the mostly likely reasons are the discovery of vast gas reserves in the eastern Mediterranean, and Saudi opposition to a pipeline through Kuwait. If a more Qatar-friendly regime were to gain control of Syria, Qatar would be able to garner more profit and have influence over the state, something it is unable to do with Saudi Arabia, which vehemently opposes Qatar’s historic support of the Muslim Brotherhood, Jordan, a U.S. ally, or Iraq, an Iranian ally. At that point it was nothing personal, just business, and the Assads had to go.


This was Qatar’s best chance to influence the affairs of the region. It has a tiny native population – guest workers make up almost 90 percent of Qatar’s population of 2.2 million – and an unhealthy one, so some options are limited as it has a very small military. It does, however, have a healthy check book and was able to use it to help finance the Syrian opposition forces.


To better understand the war in Syria, remember the surge in natural gasdiscoveries in the Eastern Mediterranean starting in 2009. Israel, Cyprus, and Egypt have found large gas deposits, and offshore Lebanon has the potential for significant gas resources. Israel has the potential to export gas to Egypt, Jordan, the Palestinian Authority, and Turkey. (Israel and Turkey have discussed a pipeline to Turkey, but Cyprus has objected as it does not have diplomatic relations with Turkey.)


If the pipeline from Iran to Syria it could create an energy hub in Syria, and could block Qatar gas sales to Europe at a time when Qatar’s gas exports to the U.S. have dropped to zero, largely due to increasing U.S. domesticproduction of natural gas. Thus Qatar would be limited to the Asian LNG market as it scrapped for the EU market with Iran, Iraq, Syria, and Russia. And the only thing that could make it worse is happening: Europe is forecast to take more than half of U.S. LNG exports by 2020.


Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and their confederates are in it to win it, and the fighting in Syria has focused on the pipeline routes. Aleppo province, which would host the Qatari pipeline, is where Turkey wants to establish abuffer zone to support “moderate” rebel forces. If Turkey can control this territory, it will bolster the Qatari pipeline and ensure its own preeminence as the energy hub in southern Europe, where it would gather oil and natural gas from Russia, Central Asia, the Caspian, the Eastern Mediterranean, and the Middle East, and become less reliant on Russian gas, which accounted for over 50 percent of its imports in 2014But Russia hasn’t been standing still: it has surrounded Turkey on three sides by occupying Crimea, sending more troops to Armenia, and deploying the S-400 air defense system to Syria, creating a no-fly zone, and maybe a “no-buy” zone for potential customers of Qatari gas.


The Pasha’s increasingly autocratic behavior may spur hedging behavior in Europe, such as balancing the Pasha with the Tsar and completing Russia’s Nord Stream pipeline, negotiating better deals with key suppliers Norway and Algeria, importing LNG from the U.S., and getting serious about fracking for shale gas. Turkey turned the flow of refugees to Europe on and off to get what it wanted, and the possibility remains that it will one day do the same with energy.


And Qatar may have to write some more checks in addition to the ones it has sent to Assad’s opposition. Turkey has some serious policy and infrastructure shortfalls that work against it becoming a serious energy hub soon: weak domestic gas regulation, state subsidies, monopoly control of the gas transmission network, only two LNG terminals, and a lack of storage capacity. 

Syria may be too wrecked to be a hub and Turkey lacks the infrastructure for the role. Russia may be interested in investing in increasing Turkey’s hub capacity and Turkey, which is making amends with Russia, may take the money over Qatar’s for a pipeline that may never be built. Russia’s good relations with Cyprus and Israel could propel movement towards a resolution of the Cyprus dispute so the gas pipeline from Israel to Turkey becomes a reality, having the knock-on effect of attracting more outside investment to Turkey.


To succeed in its pipeline goals, Qatar will have to make serious investments in the Turkish end of its project as well as resisting political pressure from Russia. Until then, it will be limited to making LNG shipments to Europe by tanker. In the meantime, these pipeline geopolitics have contributed to serious consequences for the Middle East.