David Icke’s excellent debunk of Trump continuing Bush, Obama warmongering doctrine.
This video links multiple threads, Monsanto, GMO, TPP/TTIP, NHS, False flag terror Gladio, EU, CIA, Brexit, World hegemony, NATO, Euro, Greece, Economic repression/warfare, Ukraine, Russia.
Contrast Dr Roberts critique of the EU and Brexit with the sycophants in the remain (IN) campaign below:
Mark Carney, Governor Bank of England
Martin Lewis, Money Saving Expert
Martin Krugman, Nobel Prize(?) winning Economist
Billy Gates (Gatinski), BMG Foundation
Richard Branson, Virgin CEO
Lord Alan Sugar, UK Businessman
Simon Stevens, NHS England Chief Executive
Angela Merkel, Germany
Barack Obama warmonger, liar
Hilary Clinton warmonger, prolific liar
Shinzo Abe, PM Japan
Malcolm Turnbull, PM Australia
John McCain, warmonger, another prolific liar
John Key, PM New Zealand
Wikipedia: Wesley Kanne Clark, Sr
Note: Even with this admission by a retired US General on their show, CNN have maintained the narrative about ISIS. We have further confirmation of fabricated terrorist enemies – ISIS, Al-Qaeda.
Published on Sep 4, 2014
“… the greater Israel project is all about destabilizing surrounding nations, ultimately in pursuit of this dream of greater Israel from the Euphrates down to the Nile all the way to the eastern Mediterranean
we have been arming people directly who are al Qaeda”
@11:20 – Lawrence Korb admits that the US cannot discriminate amongst the Syrian rebels. They have NO way to ensure that weapons/aid to the Syrian rebels does NOT go to ISIS/ISIL!
Published on Dec 3, 2014
Abby Martin Breaks the Set on No-Indictment Chokehold, Cobalt Conflict Drones, Pregnancy Rights & Bhopal 30 Years Later.
“…the US has a policy that no matter what Africa leaders are doing to their population as long as they provide us federal access to Congo’s resources or Africa’s resources, we will support them”
Kambale Musavuli (Friends of the Congo). http://www.friendsofthecongo.org
George Arthur Forrest
George Forrest International Group
In December 2001 the United Nations asked a panel of experts to investigate the illegal exploitation of natural resources and other forms of wealth of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The panel’s report was issued in October 2002. In it they said George Forrest had long-standing ties to the establishment in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and described him as a member of the elite network of Congolese interests. In 2003, the United Nations published a new report on the illegal exploitation of natural resources. The panel’s 2003 report officially dismissed his previous critics regarding George Forrest.
In previous years, the House Intelligence Committee has investigated Blackwater over secret contracts with the Central Intelligence Agency. Now, the shoe is on the other foot. As Staff Director, the highest position on a committee for a staff member, Shockey will oversee the agencies that do business with his former employer … The role reversal, for lobbyists to take brief stints in Congress after an election, has become a normalized. In a previous investigation for The Nation, we found that some corporate firms offer employment contracts with special bonuses for their staff to return to government jobs, ensuring the paycut the receive for passing through the revolving door to become public servants doesn’t have to alter their K Street lifestyle.
By Ilya Gridneff Dec 18, 2014 1:19 PM GMT
The former head of U.S. security company Blackwater USA, Erik Prince, was hired by South Sudan to help repair damaged oil facilities and boost output cut by a year of civil war.
Prince’s Frontier Services Group Ltd. (500), a Hong Kong-listed logistics and transportation company, is being paid 18.7 million euros ($23.3 million) by South Sudan’s Ministry of Petroleum to transport supplies and perform maintenance on production facilities at the oil fields, Chief Executive Officer Gregg Smith said by phone from New York yesterday. About 30 employees including pilots, engineers and logistics technicians have been using helicopters and airplanes to reach South Sudan’s oil fields since September, Smith said.
“We have no security contract, we have no training contract, it is purely logistic support, largely aviation based,” Smith said. “Our men are not armed, our security is provided by the government of South Sudan.”
China National Petroleum Corp., Malaysia’s Petroliam Nasional Bhd. and India’s Oil & Natural Gas Corp. produce most of South Sudan’s crude. The companies evacuated some staff from the country because of the conflict
Prince ran Blackwater from 1997 to 2010, when the company earned an estimated $1 billion in U.S. government contracts. Now he’s the chairman of Frontier Services, which is investing in Africa using cash from Asian investors including Citic Group, China’s largest state-owned group of companies
Chinese and Malaysian oil companies may be open to Frontier’s help now, Patey said. That may not be the case once fighting ends, he said.