I recall a while back that Candidate Trump promised to temporarily suspend entry into the United States by travelers from terrorist germinating countries. Those of you who are not familiar with international travel may not be aware that entry into foreign countries requires permission by those countries for entry. Travelers from countries on watch lists are normally detained and questioned about their reason for travel, their destination, previous countries visited, etc. This is an abbreviated form of vetting.Read more
Imagine you are at work. Delayed from getting home for dinner cause the boss gave you a stupid deadline on a project that was practically impossible to meet?
As you are in the office collecting the data and preparing the presentation for tomorrows meeting, The building shakes and you hear a distant explosion.
Hmm, you think, and return to your task.
Then another shake and another explosion. Closer this time and followed immediately by massive explosions.
You look out the panorama windows at the office and see explosions in the distance.
Then you see parachutes falling to the ground.
You look back at the area of the explosions and realize that is in the direction of your home where your wife and kids are.Read more
To understand how Radical Islam can immigrate into the U.S. without a man crossing the border, lets go back…way back.
In 1974, in the middle of a Michael Parkinson interview, Muhammad Ali decided to dispense with all the safe conventions of chat show etiquette.
“You say I got white friends,” he declared, “I say they are associates.”
When his host dared to suggest that the boxer’s trainer of 14 years standing, Angelo Dundee, might be a friend, Ali insisted, gruffly: “He is an associate.”
Within seconds, with Parkinson failing to get a word in edgeways, Ali had provided a detailed account of his reasoning.
“Elijah Muhammad,” he told the TV viewers “Is the one who preached that the white man of America, number one, is the Devil!”Read more
In 1941 America began its efforts to construct an atomic bomb – an endeavor that was code-named the Manhattan Project. By the summer of 1945, researchers were ready to test their product, and on July 16, 1945, the first atomic bomb was detonated. The blinding flash was visible from up to 200 miles away, and nearly every window within 100 miles was blown out.
Chemtrails have not been quite so dynamic , but are nonetheless very noticeable. It doesn’t matter where you are, that familiar crisscrossing pattern littering otherwise-blue skies seems to be without end.
While the immediate effects of the atomic bomb and chemtrails couldn’t seem to be more different, they do share one thing: government secrecy. When the first atomic bomb was detonated in New Mexico a coverup story was quickly released. Our government lied to its own people, claiming that the massive explosion they’d borne witness to was actually the result of a large ammunition dump exploding in the desert.Read more
The illegal drug trade is a global black market dedicated to the cultivation, manufacture, distribution and sale of drugs that are subject to drug prohibition laws. Most jurisdictions prohibit trade, except under license, of many types of drugs through the use of drug prohibition laws.
A UN report has stated that “the global drug trade generated an estimated US$321.6 billion in 2003.” With a world GDP of US$36 trillion in the same year, the illegal drug trade may be estimated as nearly 1% of total global trade. Consumption of illegal drugs is widespread globally.Read more
Perhaps you’ve heard the expression: “We have met the enemy and he is us.” Cartoonist Walt Kelly’s famed possum, Pogo, first uttered that cry. In light of alien disaster movies like the recent sequel Independence Day: Resurgence and America’s disastrous wars of the twenty-first century, I’d like to suggest a slight change in that classic phrase: we have met the alien and he is us.Read more
The Defense Department made a shocking admission on Wednesday, though judging by the news cycle few in the media business riffed on it for very long.
As initially reported by USA Today, the Pentagon said it has deployed drones in skies above the United States to spy fornon-military missions, but attempted to justify the massive intrusion into privacy by claiming that such flights were rare andlawful.
According to a report issued by the Pentagon’s inspector general, which was made public under a Freedom of Information Act request, spy drones on non-military missions have been ordered less than 20 times between 2006 and 2015, ostensibly in compliance with existing law.Read more