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Eric van der Worp
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Common sense: if 'moderate rebels' are fighting alongside al-Nusra, they are not moderate. But the U.S. lacks common sense. So if these provocations work, the U.S. will have a field day criticizing Russia for "violating the ceasefire" by attacking "moderate rebels", who are BFFs with al-Qaeda. Strange world we live in, no? But it's uncertain whether this will work. If the "moderate rebels" sign the ceasefire, Russia and Syria will in all likelihood avoid bombing them. And if they break the ceasefire (al-Nusra or not), they will be justifiable targets. What are the "moderates" going to say? "It wasn't us! It was these guys who happen to be right here with us!" Plus, given the potential for false-flag provocations such as this, the Syrians and Russians have no doubt accounted for such contingencies well before the ceasefire went into effect.
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Claims that any NATO member is at risk of Russian invasion is a flawed reading of recent history.

Also included in the new budget is a massive $1 trillion upgrade to the US nuclear weapons stockpile. Despite being a breach of the Non-Proliferation Treaty, the program is deemed necessary in light of, once again, imagined threats of Russian aggression.
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Dr. D'Agostino is an Assistant Professor at the University of South Florida College Of Medicine, Molecular Pharmacology & Physiology where he develops and tests metabolic therapies, including alternative energy substrates and ketogenic agents for neurological disorders, cancer and wound healing. While studying the effects of gasses on the brains of Navy Seal divers, he developed an approach for metabolically starving cancer cells through diet and compressed oxygen, replacing chemotherapy, surgery, or radiation.
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The cop with the gun then approached me and explained in great detail how he was authorized to shoot any dogs he felt were a threat. "I can shoot any dog that approaches me," he said holding his gun, in a gloating manner. "All I have to say is that I feel they're a threat."

Any. Dog.

True. It's not incompetence nor a lack of training. (What type of sick person needs training to know that killing family pets is wrong?) Could it be that police work attracts psychopaths who enjoy wielding power over others?
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The US fully supports vulture capitalism and uses it as a means of economic blackmail to force countries to support the empire. The following books describe it well: Confessions of an Economic Hitman by John Perkins and The Shock Doctrine by Naomi Klein.
http://www.sott.net/article/273007-The-Shock-Doctrine-The-Rise-of-Disaster-Capitalism-Documentary
http://www.sott.net/article/237927-Down-by-Law-Vulture-Funds-Feeding-on-the-Dispossessed
http://www.sott.net/article/284828-The-global-vulture-elite-swap-strategy-sovereign-debt-for-territory
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Kiev has been massacring civilians for months. Every step of the way, Kiev seems to have been following the model set by the IDF: bombing civilians, calling them terrorists, killing women and children. They've even taken a page out of U.S.-created ISIS, torture, execution, beheading. But ask your average brainwashed westerner and they'll tell you the Ukrainian army are the good guys, and evil Putin is stirring up rebellion in the east. Now, like the IDF, Kiev is apparently targeting humanitarian institutions. We'll just have to see if the death of a western European humanitarian worker in Ukraine is enough to spark the outrage of the average westerner. Something tells us it will not, and the mindless killing will continue.
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That said... 160,000 HazMats for a disease that is supposedly not airborne? Mmmk.
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Clearly the conclusion to be drawn from their withholding the court records is that it directly contradicts the lone gunman narrative. This would mean that a cover-up has taken place thanks to the collusion of government and media. The logical reason for this cover-up is that it was done to protect the real perpetrators. Coupled with the evidence we've seen of a cover-up underway concerning the the Sandy Hook school massacre, it appears that some element high up within the US power structure is sending out death squads to terrorise people into submitting to their rule and accepting the encroaching police state.

http://www.sott.net/article/254873-Sandy-Hook-massacre-Official-story-spins-out-of-control

http://www.sott.net/article/254925-Sandy-Hook-massacre-Evidence-of-official-foreknowledge
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