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What Assange Will Tell Congress (Good for Russia...)

... Julian Assange will confirm that Roger Stone, Jerome Corsi, and others had nothing to do with coordinating with him to benefit Donald Trump. 3.  Julian Assange will confirm that he shared with Swiss Bank whistleblower Brad Birkenfeld the Wikileaks cables ... ... financing” 7. Julian Assange will confirm that wikileaks cables contain information proving the 911 connection to CIA, Mossad, MI6, Saudi Arabia, and confirm the Robert Mueller connection to the cover-up of the FBI cameras around the Pentagon, and Booz Allen ...

15.04.2019

Trump's Double Toe Loop

... decision will be difficult to stop, as the U.S. President does not back down from his word The recent decision of President Donald Trump with regard to Jerusalem is just one more surprise in the endless series of surprises in the Middle East. Numerous ... ... decision that may take his fancy, even the most extravagant ones? If Netanyahu hopes that the common interest of Israel and Saudi Arabia to restrain Iran will force King Salman of Saudi Arabia and Crown Prince Mohammad to reconcile with the fact that ...

12.12.2017

Analysis: The King's Visit to Moscow is a Major Turning Point in Middle-East Politics

... coincidence and the decision to reset those relations had been made three years ago. It all started with King Salman taking power in Saudi Arabia in January of 2015. The newly assigned, aged and experienced King has been known for his reformist vision and thought.... ... Saudi King. The Syrian conflict has de-escalated dramatically thanks to the Russian participation and diplomacy. Furthermore, Donald Trump came to power promising less US commitment to allies and specifically NATO. Also there is the signature of Iran Nuclear ...

06.11.2017

From Las Vegas to Iran, Zionists Appear to Rule the USA – Can We Purge Them?

... Sheldon Adelson, Michael Chertoff, and George Schwartz Soros – all of them heavily involved in the Las Vegas false flag. Only Donald Trump can tell us if he has lost his mind or is merely buying time. I doubt the former and pray for the latter. I predict ... ... only 11 times in U.S. history, and authorized the use of military force 11 times,” The Atlantic, 31 August 2013. [5] ISIS Saudi Arabia @ Phi Beta Iota Public Intelligence Blog; see especially Wayne Madsen, “Yes, the USA Created ISIS, Along With …....

16.10.2017

Kissinger’s Mystery

... Kissinger orchestrated the secret Nixon’s trip to China in 1972. It was a bold move, no doubt, because since the Communist takeover in 1949 United States had refused to acknowledge the new government openly demonstrating the sympathy for the Taiwan exiles.Donald Trump and Henry Kissinger met on 10th of May. Less than a fortnight later President Trump left for Saudi Arabia seeking to restore relations with America’s chief Muslim ally which were seriously damaged by the controversial immigration ban affected citizens from seven predominantly Muslim countries. In the highly anticipated speech Trump praised ...

22.05.2017

Donald Trump Will Follow Barack Obama’s Footsteps

... their fate, and it will insure itself against possible risks. Donald Trump and the Dream of Pragmatism Unlike Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump doubts whether the big Middle Eastern game is worth it , since it does not promise any economic or political benefits; ... ... Trump bills himself, with his “America first” slogan, is less tied to the US’ traditional allies, Israel and Saudi Arabia, protecting and supporting whom has become a burden for the US tax payers. It has already led people to call him ...

07.11.2016

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