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Wednesday, October 26, 2016

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Thanks you for your service? No. After promising bonuses & education benefits to military in order to get them to re-enlist for the Afghanistan & Iraq Wars, the Pentagon is now demanding the money back from vets who can’t afford to pay. This is how Obama treats veterans — just like Hillary treats those who protect her in the Secret Service. Can anyone trust their promises?

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The Dark Agenda Behind Globalism And Open Borders

read it all here............The Dark Agenda Behind Globalism And Open Borders

Brandon Smith

...........Imagine, for a moment, an era not far away in which the principle of sovereignty is considered so abhorrent, so racist, so violent and poisonous that any individual would be shamed or even punished by the collective for entertaining the notion. Imagine a world in which sovereignty and conservatism are held up to the next generation as the new “original sins;” dangerous ideas that almost brought about the extinction of man.

This mental prison is where globalists want to take us. We can break free, but this would require a complete reversal of the way in which we participate in society. Meaning, we need a rebellion of voluntary associations. A push for decentralization instead of globalization. Thousands upon thousands of voluntary groups focusing on localization, self reliance and true production. We must act to build a system that is based on redundancy instead of fragile interdependencey. We need to go back to an age of many borders, not less borders, until every individual is himself free to participate in whatever social group or endeavor he believes is best for him, as well as free to defend against people that seek to sabotage him; a voluntary tribal society devoid of forced associations.

Of course, this effort would require unimaginable sacrifice and a fight that would probably last a generation. To suggest otherwise would be a lie. I can’t possibly convince anyone that a potential future based on a hypothetical model is worth that sacrifice. I have no idea whether it is or is not. I can only point out that the globalist dominated world we live in today is clearly doomed. We can argue about what comes next after we have removed our heads from the guillotine.

Jury Tainted with BLM Bias? #OregonStandoff ..MISTRIAL Looming?

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Palestinian/ Israeli update 10/26/2016..Denied a “Human Standard of Living”

Hamas dismisses Israeli minister’s threats

UNESCO passes resolution slamming “Israeli aggression”


Denied a “Human Standard of Living” by the State of Israel: The Gaza Blockade has Entered its Tenth Year | Global Research - Centre for Research on Globalization

By United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East

“I have survived the past three wars, but that is not the problem. In this place, wars come and go. The bigger struggle is not to lose hope. The only way I can do that is to retreat, and create my own world, and become oblivious.” This was told to me by 36-year old Ali, who works as a waiter in one of the coffee shops in Gaza city.

Ali was born in Gaza and for almost ten years has been living under a tight blockade on air, land and sea, entering its tenth year in June 2016. The blockade keeps him and the rest of the 1.8 million people of Gaza isolated and locked into a tiny 365 square kilometres-enclave – the Gaza Strip has one of the highest population densities in the world – tormented by extreme poverty and dilapidated by repeated conflicts.

Chronic fuel and electricity shortages, with power cuts between 18 and 22 hours per day, extreme water pollution - 95 per cent of the Gaza groundwater is undrinkable - and devastated infrastructure, as a dire reminder of repeated cycles of armed violence, are the daily reality. Gaza’s people are denied a human standard of living. This was not always the case: before the imposition of restrictions on movements of people and goods, the Gaza Strip was a relatively developed society with a productive base and a thriving economy.

Blockade and occupation have reversed this process, accelerated by repeated Israeli military operations and widespread destruction, and today Gaza is subject to what the UN calls de-development. Located at the Mediterranean Sea between Egypt and Israel, Gaza could be famous for its palm trees, fruits and white beaches. Instead, it is known for a sewage and hygiene crisis titled by the Time magazine a “ticking global-health time bomb”.

UNRWA not only frequently spoke out against the disastrous impact of recurrent conflicts in Gaza, but has also – along with the UN at the highest level – repeatedly condemned the rockets launched from the enclave. We are disturbed by all risks to loss of life. At the same time we believe that the current, and increasing, restrictions on the movement of people and goods may in a very significant manner lead to exactly the opposite result of their stated reasons to enhance security in Israel. The severe restrictions represent a potential risk for increased frustration, violence and radicalisation, and could even be the trigger for another devastating conflict in the Gaza Strip.


The UN has issued repeated warnings about the unsettling and serious conditions prevailing in the tiny enclave; we warned already four years ago that the Gaza Strip will become unliveable – meaning that there will effectively not be enough resources for people to survive – by 2020. This is in less than four years. These warnings have been repeated ever since. If no fundamental and immediate action is taken to address the underlying causes of conflict such as the blockade which must be fully lifted, they will become reality; the catastrophe will not be looming on the horizon anymore.

When a place becomes unliveable, people move. This is the case for environmental disasters such as droughts, or for conflicts, such as in Syria.

Yet this last resort is denied to the people in Gaza. They cannot move beyond their 365 square kilometres territory. They cannot escape, not the devastating poverty or the fear of another conflict. Its highly educated youth – almost 50 per cent of the population are below 17 years of age – do not have the option to travel, to seek education outside Gaza, or to find work, anywhere else beyond the perimeter fence and the two tightly-controlled border-checkpoints in the north and south of the Gaza Strip.

With the Rafah crossing between Egypt and Gaza almost entirely closed except for a few days per year, and with Israel often denying exit even for severe humanitarian cases or staff of international organizations, the vast majority of the people have no chance of getting one of the highly sought-after “permits”. They can also not leave across the sea without the risk of being arrested or shot at by the Israeli or Egyptian navies, and they cannot climb over the heavily guarded perimeter fence between Israel and Gaza without the same risks.

The blockade has effectively eroded what was left of a middle class, sending almost all of the population into aid-dependency and destitution. The unemployment rate in quarter two of 2016 stood at 41.7 per cent – not including heavy underemployment – and 80 per cent of the population are forced to rely on humanitarian assistance to be able to cover their very basic needs, such as food, but also basic education, basic health care, shelter, or even items such as blankets, mattress or a cooking stove. While UNRWA in 2000, before the blockade, provided food assistance to 80,000 beneficiaries, we support over 930,000 persons today – a 12-fold increase.


The compounded effects of the blockade have also had a less visible, but yet profound and palpable psychological impact on the people in Gaza. Whatever resilience people have left, it is being eroded with every day the blockade continues. The UNRWA Community Mental Health Programme has found that Palestine refugees in Gaza are experiencing increasingly higher levels of stress and distress. The reporting of suicide cases across the Gaza Strip, once unheard of but now becoming a regular occurrence, clearly suggest that the coping capacity of Palestinians is being exhausted.

Among Palestine refugee children, UNRWA estimates that a minimum of 30 per cent require some form of structured psychosocial intervention. Their most common symptoms are: nightmares, eating disorders, intense fear, bed wetting.

“Boredom is a key factor for the depression and hopelessness of the young people. They sit in the dark – literally because of the lack of electricity – and feel helpless. They think about their life and only see negative solutions. Gaza is full of ideas; there is so much creativity in this place. But we don’t focus enough on our own ideas. We focus on our aid-dependency. The blockade has also led to a blockade in the mind-set of people. Young people are retreating. Why should we try, if there is always and every time a big NO to everything?” summarised Rana Quffa, a youth community leader from Gaza’s Middle Area, the feelings that engulf Gaza’s youth to me.” Life in Gaza is a vicious cycle. Who will help us break it?” she also asked.

The blockade on Gaza is not just political terminology; it is also not a natural disaster that just “happened”. The blockade on Gaza is man-made, and it is about real lives, about real stories. It is time to give Gaza, and its youth, its future back. The blockade must be lifted.

The original source of this article is United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East

Copyright © United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East, United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East, 2016

Yemen/ Saudi update 10/26/2016.. 'An entire generation could be crippled by hunger' in Yemen

UN food relief agency – 'An entire generation could be crippled by hunger' in Yemen

Yemeni forces advancing to Al-Kars post in Jizan

Seek and destroy Saudi Qarn post in Jizan

Yemeni Army Blocks Pro-Saudi Attack on Key Region in Sana'a Province

The Yemeni army and popular forces pushed back an attack by pro-Saudi troops to advance towards a strategic region in Sana'a province on Wednesday, inflicting heavy losses on them. The Yemeni forces managed to drive back the pro-Saudi forces that were backed by the kingdom's fighter jets, stopping their advance towards al-Houl district in the Ninth district of Sana'a province. The Yemeni army and popular forces also blocked the pro-Saudi forces' advance towards al-Shabaka region in Sana'a province.

In Ta'iz province, the Yemeni army hit a gathering center of the terrorists in al-Jamila region in a missile attack which resulted in the death and injury of several pro-Saudi forces. In al-Jawf province, the Yemeni army's artillery units hit the Saudi mercenaries in al-Khanjar region near Khob and al-Sha'af regions, inflicting several casualties on them.

On Sunday, the Yemeni army and popular forces hit hard the gathering centers of the Saudi troops in Southern Saudi Arabia with Katyusha rockets, inflicting heavy losses on the Kingdom's army. "The Yemeni forces hit the gathering centers of the terrorists in al-Raheh village in Jizan province on Sunday morning," the Arabic-language al-Massira new channel quoted a military source as saying. The Saudi forces sustained heavy casualties in the Yemeni rocket attacks on their positions in Jizan province.

Meantime, the Yemeni army and popular forces hit the pro-Saudi gathering centers in Lahij province in Southern Yemen, killing several of militants. The pro-Hadi militias' military positions to the South of Kahboub region in Lahij province came under the Yemeni forces' mortar attacks as well. The Yemeni attacks came in response to the Saudi airstrikes on the civilian population across the impoverished nation, including Sana'a, Ta'iz, al-Hudayda and Hajjah provinces.

On Saturday, senior Yemeni commanders announced that their forces had captured a Saudi military base with all its weapons and ammunition inside Saudi Arabia. "The Yemeni special forces attacked a Saudi military base in the Eastern side of Najran and captured the military base after fierce clashes which lasted over three hours," senior Ansarullah commander Ali al-Hamzani told FNA. He noted that the tribal leaders in Najran have warned against the dangerous security conditions in their province and called on the Riyadh government to drive out the al-Qaeda terrorists from Najran soon. "This is while Saudi Arabia has intensified sectarian differences in Najran through reinvigorating the Takfiri terrorists in the region," al-Hamzani said.

Saudi Arabia has been striking Yemen since last March to restore power to fugitive president Mansour Hadi, a close ally of Riyadh. The Saudi-led aggression has so far killed at least 11,800 Yemenis, including hundreds of women and children. Despite Riyadh's claims that it is bombing the positions of the Ansarullah fighters, Saudi bombers are flattening residential areas and civilian infrastructures. According to several reports, the Saudi-led air campaign against Yemen has driven the impoverished country towards humanitarian disaster.

Blackmail Hillary? | The Sean Hannity Show 10/26/2016

Blackmail Hillary? | The Sean Hannity Show 10/26/2016 - YouTube

Hump Day With Bix & V

Hump Day With Bix & V !!!! - YouTube

Dakota Access Pipeline protest at Standing Rock 10/26/16 330pm #NoDAPL blockade update

X22Report Companies Are Preparing For An Event By Raising Terror Insurance Limits - Episode 1111b

Companies Are Preparing For An Event By Raising Terror Insurance Limits - Episode 1111b - YouTube


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Report date: 10.26.2016

CETA misses 3 deadlines. Obamacare architect says that people needed a larger penalty to force them into Obamacare. Pentagon wanted National Guard soldiers to repay their bonuses for enlisted, they have since backtracked because of public pressure. Clapper says the US can't force NK to stop producing nuclear weapons. Russian ship wanted to refuel in Spain but NATO instructed them to do otherwise. Russia unveils its newest nuclear missile that can reach the US. France keeping their aircraft carrier in the middle east. UK to deploy tanks and trucks to the eastern Europe. Turkey will continue to fight in Syria no matter what the Syrian Government says. Corporations are taking out more terrorism insurance and at the same time AIG is raising the limits.

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What Really Happened w/Mike Rivero: Wednesday (10-26-16)

What Really Happened w/Mike Rivero: Wednesday (10-26-16) - YouTube



X22Report Another Confirmation That The Economy Is In A Recession And Collapsing Quickly - Episode 1111a

Another Confirmation That The Economy Is In A Recession And Collapsing Quickly - Episode 1111a - YouTube


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Report date: 10.26.2016

More corporations are laying off.New home sales were revised downward for June, July and August to show an increase in September. Services PMI surged due to government spending. Wholesale inventories unchanged year over year. Richmond Fed confirms that we are in a recession head towards a major collapse. UK tells its banks to prepare for the collapse of Deutsche Bank.

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The Savage Nation- Michael Savage- October 26th, 2016

The Savage Nation- Michael Savage- October 26th, 2016 (Full Show) - YouTube

HAPPY BIRTHDAY To This 'Future President' _Rachel Blevins

HAPPY BIRTHDAY To This 'Future President' - YouTube


In this video, Rachel Blevins sends a special birthday message to
Hillary Clinton, and commemorates all she has accomplished in order to
make it to this point in the 2016 Election.

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Alex Jones : Commercial Free - Wednesday (10-26-16) Michael Snyder, Russ Verney, Roger Stone

Alex Jones : Commercial Free - Wednesday (10-26-16) Michael Snyder, Russ Verney, Roger Stone - YouTube



On this Wednesday, Oct. 26 transmission of the Alex Jones Show, Donald Trump jumps to the lead in key battleground states as Democrats realize the full weight of their candidate Crooked Hillary's avalanche of scandals. We'll look at the president's giant lie to the American people - exposed by WIKILEAKS - claiming he didn't know about Hillary's private email server, and continue looking at claims of vote rigging and manipulation in Texas early voting. On today's show, author Michael Snyder discusses how various national polls are rigged against Trump. Also, Republican political operative Roger Stone joins the program to break down Trump's election victory and what he sees ahead. Russ Verney of Project Veritas on the latest video dropped by James O'Keefe.
We'll also take your calls on this worldwide broadcast.

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