Ecuador Fights for Survival
— Against its Elites
New airports, highways, hospitals and culture centers are everywhere, and they are impressive.
Cities are counting with wide sidewalks, and public parks are equipped with all sorts of playgrounds for children, some extremely innovative.
To overlook tremendous progress that Ecuador registered under the current administration, would take great determination and discipline.
Free public medical post Ecuador
Free public medical post Ecuador
There are public libraries in some of the parks, armed with free Wi-Fi zones.
Buses and trolleybuses are running on dedicated lanes and are heavily subsidized — 25 cents per ride — while Quito is planning to build its first line of metro.
Government puts great emphasis on health, education and culture.
You want to check your pulse before a powerwalk in the park, or are you a single mother who wants to talk to a nutritionist?   Help is always there, available.
Not only at the hospitals, but in small, modern health centers.   And help is always free!
While, when I used to live in this part of the world some two decades ago, most theatres were out of reach for indigenous people, now cultural institutions, including the National Theatre, are celebrating great culture of the original owners of this land.
Cultural events in Ecuador are free of charge
85% of all cultural events in Ecuador are free of charge and even those that are charging some entry fee are heavily subsidized.
But above all, it is confidence and optimism on the faces of common people that is impressive.
While in 1990’s it was all doom and gloom, young and old people coming from once deprived neighborhoods of the cities, as well as countryside, are now smiling assertively.
Once again, this is their country, and their home!
It is great news for majority of Ecuadorian citizens — but terrible nightmare for the ‘elites’.
They no longer feel unique, no longer is this country their huge, private playground and a milking cow.
The ‘elites’ still have money and their villas, as well as servants, luxury cars and regular trips to those lands they are faithfully serving — North America and Europe.
But their status is diminishing. No longer they feel admired, no longer they are feared.
Increasingly they are forced to play by rules and to respect local laws.
That would be unimaginable just ten years ago. For some, this is the end of the world!
The rich, the ‘elites’, are sour losers.  In fact, they have no idea how to accept defeat.  Never before in the history of this country they actually had to.
To them this is new reality, this nation ruled by the government, which is working on behalf of the people.
The ‘elites’ feel let down, cheated, even humiliated. They have no idea how to respect democracy — rule of the people).  They only know how to make decisions, and to give orders, and to loot.
This could lead to inevitable conflict, and Ecuador is not an exception. To greater or smaller extend, the same is happening in Venezuela, Bolivia, Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay and even in Chile.
Their goal is clear and predictable
Immediately after people vote a socialist government in, immediately after the government begins working for the majority, the elites start reacting.
Their goal is clear and predictable: to discredit the administration and to reverse the course.
Attacks can be performed through ‘nonviolent’ means, including protests, disinformation campaign through mass media, even hunger strikes.
Or they can be conducted by extremely aggressive means: economic sabotage, creation of shortages; things that extreme right wing used so successfully against the socialist government of Salvador Allende in Chile, before the 1973 military coup.
If everything else fails, ‘elites’ unite their forces with the military and with the West, commit treason, and attempt to overthrow legitimate left-wing government, through direct actions.
This happened on several occasions in Venezuela, and now, such violent scenario could not be excluded in Ecuador and elsewhere.
Children in Ecuador public park
Children in Ecuador public park
Lately, in Ecuador, right-wing ‘elites’ are continuously protesting against the administration, accusing it of corruption and other ills.
The latest chapter was related to proposed progressive inheritance tax law, which would order those who own houses priced over 1 million dollars, to pay 70 percent to the state.
Poor people would pay nothing, if their houses cost lesser than 35.000 dollars.  Those whose dwellings are priced under US$100.000 would still pay very little.
Rich Ecuadoreans see this as unacceptable.  They began stalking government offices.  They protested all over the capital.  They launched tremendous propaganda campaign against the government.
And they threatened to disrupt the visit of the Pope Francis, to Ecuador.  Fearing huge scandal, the government postponed passing of the law.  That calmed down passions for a day or two, but in no time the protesters returned to the streets of Quito.
“We will not rest until this government collapses!” A man taking his family to one of protest sites told me.  Entire family dressed in black, crosses hanging on their chests.
And then again, before leaving Ecuador, I was approached by a well to do family, as I was walking towards my hotel:
“Please, our daughter is writing an essay in English… It is her homework, for her English language class… Private school, you know… She was asked to approach a foreigner, and encourage him or her to describe everything negative that is happening in this country.”
How did they know I was a foreigner?  Oh yes, I was holding a novel written in English.
I patted their cute private-school daughter on the head.
“I will teach you a nice song”, I said, in Spanish.
Then I clenched my right fist and began singing “International”, loudly and clearly, in Russian.
In horror, they fled.  One passer-by applauded.
Buy my pork and marry me, Ecuador market.
Buy my pork and marry me
Riobamba
In an indigenous city of Riobamba, I speak to Pablo Narvaez, director of culture, and to his wife Carina.
Pablo and Carina created impressive regional youth orchestra, not unlike those in Venezuela.  But here, they did it first with almost no help, by training poor boys and girls from the villages, turning them into impressive professional musicians.
Local house of culture, under their management, is inspiring, as a building but mainly because of what it is offering: high quality art, most of it political: pigs devouring dollar bills, while poor indigenous children are watching in desperation and spite.
In another room, great satirical painting demonstrates that indigenous people from Amazonia are not pure, anymore, squeezing their VAIO computers and mobile phones.
After discussing local art, we all walk to the market, where countless cheeky women serve local delicacy — suckling pigs.
“Hey!” they scream at me and at my friend Walter Bustos, who used to be part of the government, and who is still deeply involved in the ‘process’.  “Hey, eat my pig and then marry me!”
These are not shy, depressed indigenous women, anymore.  These are confident good-hearted matrons living in the country that gave them back their dignity, and sense of humor.
Pablo, originally concert pianist and professor, is not always holding the same political line as the President of Ecuador, but they agree on many issues:
Young dancers rehearsing, Riobamba Ecuador.
Young dancers rehearsing, Riobamba
“Ideologically, I come from the left.  But I do not belong to any political party.  We are all human beings, and so I intuitively believe in equality.  I share many believes with the government, when it comes to social inclusivity and education, as well as the infrastructure.  The process is long, we all have to be patient…”
We talk about the progress that had been already made: great improvement in health, water supply, electricity, education and culture.
Riobamba has only over 200.000 people.  Before Pablo and his wife came on board, the city had 50 live events annually.
Now we arrange over 750 events per year
“Now we arrange over 750 events per year”, says Pablo.  “We utilize all infrastructure that we have here: theatres, museums, even churches…. Markets, too, as well as public squares.”
Culture and arts always form important part of the Latin American revolutions.  On this continent, it is not only about ideology, ideas and hard work; it is also about heart and dreams.
“And what about the taxes?” I ask, before we part.  I know that Carina used to work in this field.  I told her, that on the way to Riobamba, we stopped in a village, where people complained even about symbolic one dollar per month taxation.
Carina smiles:  “Taxes always existed.  I used to help collecting them.  But now they are formalizing the tax system.  Here, until now, there is no ‘culture’ of paying taxes, formally…”
Public art exibitions, Ecuador.
Public art exibitions
Poor whom they were robbing for centuries!
And this is what the right wing is using for its own political gains.  Their propaganda shouts:  “Let us win and you will pay nothing!”  They dare to say this to the poor whom they were robbing for centuries!
Before we leave, youth orchestra is blasting old traditional Quechua tune, to celebrate out visit.  It is all touching and we all feel optimistic.
Pablo gives me several books of poetry published in Riobamba, his own and those of other poets.  All of them are published in two languages: in Spanish and in local language — Quechua.
We drive back to Quito, part of our long journey on a perfect, new 6-lane highway.
Countryside is stunning.  On the left, spectacular volcano Cotopaxi, one of the highest in the world, is hiding its snow-capped peak in the clouds.
Ecuador, President Correa often says, is like a paradise on earth.  It has tall mountains, stunning coastline, jungle of Amazonian basin, and Galapagos Islands, overflowing with pristine fauna and flora.
It also has natural great resources.  If there is no sabotage from ‘elites’, if there is no intervention from the West, this country could continue flourishing under progressive, people-oriented, socialist government.
But there is sabotage, there is subversion, and there are interventions.
And all this could collapse, if not defended!
Youth orchestra in Riobamba, Ecuador.
Youth orchestra in Riobamba
No more hospitals full of poor children!
Back in Quito, I speak to Sonya Maria Bustos and her husband Norberto Fuertes, both journalists, now working for the magnificent Ecuadorian Cultural Center.
They offer to connect me to some top government officials, including Oscar Bonillo, the secretary general of Allianza.
I refuse. Next time, yes, but during this visit I want to travel and see with my own eyes; I want to hear directly what people of Ecuador have to say.
Sonya is sad:
“Because of ‘elites’, country is now unstable, despite the fact that so many things changed for better!  No more hospitals full of poor children!  Do you remember — before, sick people were everywhere!  New hospitals are growing all over the country.  But some very rich people are trying to get into the government — to infiltrate it….  In order to stop the progress.”
Some sort of contract with the United States
She pauses.  We are both lost in thoughts.  Then she continues:
“Now rich people get out of their Hummers in order to protest.  8 years of great progress, but they are still protesting.  They have no shame… People like Guillermo Lasso, who has definitely some sort of contract with the United States…”
For these children Ecuador should not be allowed to fall, Ecuador.
For these children
Ecuador should not be allowed to fall
My friend Tamara Pearson, an Australian journalist who spent many years living in and covering Venezuela, is now working for TeleSUR in Quito.  Like myself, she is impressed by developments in Ecuador, under Correa:
“If you ask people in Ecuador: in Quito, in the big and small towns around it, how they feel about the current government, almost all of them are positive — in stark contrast to the people in Honduras and Guatemala, for example.
Often the first thing they’ll mention is the roads: a lot of infrastructure has been improved, and roads mean a lot to so many communities, many of them indigenous, that were cut off and isolated with only harsh dirt roads, often broken up by landslides from the constant rain, to connect them to larger towns and to food and gas supplies.
Though there is much still to do, poverty has decreased, corruption has notably decreased, and people feel that things are decent, dignified, and stable and want that to continue.
Most remember the greedy presidents of the past who lied and stole, and unlike Correa, did not speak Quechua, and don’t want to return to those days.
Like Chavez, Correa has his weekly show — though on Saturdays here — in Venezuela it was on Sunday mornings.
The show goes for hours, and Correa discusses issues and provides information on what the government is doing.
A summary is given in Quechua at the end.
Though there is much less of a push towards political participation here than in Venezuela — I’d say almost none — its clear that this is a government that puts people first, the poor majority first, and Correa at least prioritizes informing people of what the government is doing, — something the Australian government for example, doesn’t even bother to do.”
But many others, including Walter Bustos, worry about the future.
Walter worries that President Correa does not have the military covering his back.
He also worries that dollarization of Ecuadorean economy could prove to be a weak point for political resistance against the West.
He worries that many young people are turning into technocrats, and that, at the end, as long as they keep their good jobs, they wouldn’t care for whom they are working, for Correa or for someone else.
Lack of unity between the government and the military
His friend Paola Pabon, Assembly member representing Pichincha, worries as well.
She supports President Correa, and she sees him as a great regional leader, but she also admits that Ecuadorian revolution is fragile, and that there is lack of unity between the government and the military.
Both agree that the US is behind the recent protests.
At the end of my work in Ecuador, I fly to Cuenca, to that beautiful colonial city, and from there I hire a car and drive to the hard of Cañari land, to Ingapirca, where massive Inca castle still dominates gentle landscape, and where old Inca and pre-Inca road systems are still connecting villages and towns.
Miguel, a local comrade, is travelling with me.  He also translates when we enter deep villages that are lost at the bottom of valleys, or are hugging steep green hills.
“Spaniards robbed everyone here,” I am told.  “They took everything.  They destroyed castles and settlements.  Then capitalism took the rest.”
“People were forced into Christianity”, I say.  “They were ruined by Christianity.  Do they really still believe in it?”
I am told that Christianity is just a ritual, for the majority here.  People do not attach much importance to it, anymore.  Their lives go on, and their original culture is once again prevailing.
Near Ingapirca I am witnessing people celebrating The Inti Raymi, “Festival of the Sun”, dating back to Inca Empire.
Inti Raymi near Ingapirca, Ecuador.
Inti Raymi near Ingapirca
I am told about determined government drinking water projects and schemes, and about improvements in both health and education.  Most of the people here, as well as around Riobamba, are benefiting from those revolutionary changes.
But many are not able to formulate their support for Correa.  They take recent developments for granted.
And Correa and his men and women are not very good at propaganda, or with mobilizing the people, definitely not as good as President Chavez used to be in Venezuela.
Here, the revolution is gentle and shy, as is the accent of Cañari people near Cuenca.
And there lies the danger.
Ecuadorean ‘elites’ are not gentle at all.  Their arrogance, greed and selfishness are ready to smash all achievements of the revolution.  Their message is clear: to hell with Ecuadorian people, especially those who are poor, as long as we can keep our villas, Hummers and our kids in those private schools!
Just recently, President Correa warned that the plan of destabilizing the government is being put in action.
Leaders of the “opposition” will wait until arrival of Pope Francis, or perhaps they will wait bit longer, until his departure from Ecuador.  Then they will hit.  And they will hit hard.  The mayor of Quito leads the anti-government forces in the capital.
The government should not follow the path of President Allende.  It has to counter-attack, before it is too late!  Treason is serious crime in all societies.  And treason is exactly what Ecuadorean elites are now committing!
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       Mexico From Protest to Rebellion      
       Yellow for clean elections — amarillo for democracy      
       Unlike John Kerry, Obrador — the mayor of Mexico City — did not disappoint      
572 people killed by US police this year up to July 4, 2015!
Do I care?
Yes!   I wish we the people would get rid of the police!
Keep the few who have a record of really helping people and rename their occupation.
Get rid of the rest!
Just stop paying them!
Kewe
Kevin Lamont Judson aged 24 when killed by police.

572 people killed by US police this year up to July 4, 2015!

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Kevin Lamont Judson aged 24 when killed by police.
Agent Orange treated corn and soy coming to US - USDA approved.

They will keep trying until they do kill most of us

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Mike Adams with Sean Stone speaking on Buzzsaw about vaccine mandate GMO and Monsanto and modified seeds.

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Mike Adams with Sean Stone speaking on Buzzsaw about vaccine mandate GMO and Monsanto and modified seeds.
From the Health Ranger
Video of above — Mike Adams with Sean Stone on vaccine and GMO
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Vaccine pollution
This may sound familiar — the vaccine was promoted by national health organizations, the main stream news, schools, workplaces and on television to encourage everyone to get the jab.
More than 800 children across Europe have been diagnosed with this incurable neurological disorder and the evidence is overwhelming in the implication of the vaccine.
Florida Legislature Refuses to Limit Mercury in Vaccines.
US Supreme Court Immunizes Vaccine Makers
     Sweden: A Cautionary Tale About Vaccines       
     They play autism roulette with your child     
      These are what flu and 'swine' vaccines may contain     
GMO bioweapons gene modification and food
Roundup weedkiller found in 75% of Air and Rain Samples — environment saturated with GM agrichemical farming grid
By using genetic methods that are standard procedures in thousands of labs worldwide bioweapons can be made more virulent easier to handle and harder to fight.
Using genetic engineering techniques antibodies from women with infertility have been inserted into genes of ordinary corn seeds used to produce corn plants
What they do not tell the public is that they are using HEK 293 — human embryonic kidney cells taken from an electively aborted baby to produce those receptors.
In 'defense' war programs researchers in the USA UK Russia and Germany have genetically engineered biological weapons agents building new deadly strains
       Antibodies from women with infertility used in creation of GMO food      
       Aborted fetal cells used in research of flavor enhancers      
     Scientists putting genes from human beings into food crops in dramatic extension of genetic modification.      
     Body Burden — cumulative synergistic effects      
Oil company chemically laden fracking water used on California Vegetables.

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Pact with Devil?
California farmers use oil farm's water
Critical review of cancer epidemiology in the petroleum industry,
with a meta-analysis of a combined database of more than 350,000 workers.
Earthquake frequency Oaklahoma fracking.

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Fracking Water Pollution, Earthquakes and Dangers Explained with Dr. Bryce Payne and Sean Stone on Buzzsaw.

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Fracking Water Pollution, Earthquakes and Dangers Explained with Dr. Bryce Payne and Sean Stone on Buzzsaw.
'Conclusive Link' Between Fracking, Aquifer Contamination Found in Texas
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Video of above — Dr. Bryce Payne and Sean Stone on Buzzsaw
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Mexican drug cartel — North American Free Trade Agreement — CIA
Phil Jordan exposes death of Hector Berrellez CIA Operacion Leyenda.

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But of the 200 investigations Berrellez had run in his 12 years with the administration, the Camarena case would be the one where he got more information than he bargained for.
Berrellez felt crushed by the burden of what else he knew.   He wanted to keep climbing the ladder.   He believed that cabinet members of the Mexican government were involved in Camarena's murder.   And he continued to file secret memos on possible CIA involvement.
Berrellez's impatience did not win him favor with the DEA's new acting administrator, Terry Burke.   Burke had 12 years in paramilitary operations with the CIA in Laos and trained Cuban exiles in Florida in preparation for the Bay of Pigs invasion.
Phil Jordan was one of a few friends Berrellez had at headquarters.   Jordan warned Berrellez to keep his head down.   The bosses were discussing extraditing him to Mexico on the Machaín warrant.
President Bill Clinton objected to the drug cartel leader Machaín kidnapping to the US, publicly apologized for it and negotiated with his Mexican counterpart, President Carlos Salinas de Gortari to ban cross-border kidnappings of Mexican drug cartel leaders — Mexican drug cartel leaders cannot be touched due to the North American Free Trade Agreement.
Investigator Hector Bellerez did not consider going public with his views on the CIA's alleged role in the torture and murder of U.S. federal agent Kiki Camarena until Rafael Caro Quintero was unexpectedly released from a maximum-security prison on August 9, 2013.
Retired senior DEA administrator Phil Jordan was invited to join the program by phone.   "The guy threatened me that I would be hearing from his attorneys," Jordan says of anti-Castro, Cuban self-exile, retired CIA Felix Rodríguez.   "And I told him on the air he can get my number from the interviewer, because there is nothing I would like more than to get him in a deposition.   But I never heard from him."
       Mexico From Protest to Rebellion      
       Yellow for clean elections — amarillo for democracy      
       Unlike John Kerry, Obrador — the mayor of Mexico City — did not disappoint      
State of the Union — 2012
      Privatization of prisons — new form of human slavery for 1% — Elite — Illuminati masters     
39 percent of 18 to 29 year olds have no health insurance
24 percent have moved back home with parents to save money
22 percent of 18-to-34-year-olds have postponed having children
      EDUCATION IS A BASIC RIGHT     
      CIA conducting 'signature strikes' killing entire groups of innocent people     
       Pacification of young people by government    
      Slave prisoners working for Illuminati      
      Louisiana more people in prison than anywhere else in the world     
Attack on Syria — September 1 - 15 2013
What is the World War 3 project? — Taking back our power and our lives — Get the picture — US UK France attack on Syria
Syria President al-Assad interview with Russia channel Rossiya — September 13, 2013
Obama on television — US fabrications of Syria government chemical attack and 9/11 — Operation Gladio
Dozen former U.S. military and intelligence officials:   CIA perpetrating pre-Iraq-War-type fraud
     Syrian President Bashar al-Assad — Charlie Rose CBS Interview — September 9, 2013       
     What's in it for you?     
      Europe Conspiracy continues      
CIA Obama the acting president
Every facial movement, gesture of the hand, word enunciated by the 44th president turns out to be a complete charade
The CIA — Obama — Illuminati
A long-term strategic CIA plan to recruit promising candidates
and steer these individuals and their families into positions of influence and power
Behavior modification
Phenomenological — structures of consciousness — programs
US policy has even less regard for human rights both abroad and at home
Spying US UK - 6 eyes style!
Mind and body control by satellite
XKEYSCORE is extremely user-friendly, requiring only a target’s email address, telephone number, name or other identifying data for an analyst to be able to conduct sweeping searches on that person.
The amount of work to actually break into remote computers over the Internet is ridiculously reduced - we are talking seconds.
As easy as typing a few words in Google.
NSA Second Date exploits man in middle positioning.

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Darpa mind and body control by satellite - The amount of work is as easy as typing a few words in Google.

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Darpa mind and body control by satellite
The amount of work is as easy as typing a few words in Google.
Rising from the dead!
Details of his death vary:  he was either killed accidently in an American counter-terrorism operation or died — also by accident — in a US airstrike.
However, it’s a known fact that some terrorists “rise from the dead” here and there, after being proclaimed deceased by the US administration.
Rising from the dead!  Adam Yahiye Gadahn born Adam Pearlman.

Details of his death vary: he was either killed accidently in an American counter-terrorism operation or died – also by accident – in a US airstrike.

However, it’s a known fact that some terrorists “rise from the dead” here and there, after being proclaimed deceased by the US administration.

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California Man Revealed as al Qaeda Leader
July 07, 2006
For the first time, a former Orange County, Calif. teenage rock music fan has revealed his role as a top al Qaeda leader.
Adam Gadahn, who disappeared from California seven years ago, appeared unmasked on an al Qaeda tape made public on the internet today.
As previously reported by ABC News, the FBI had concluded that the masked man was Gadahn based on voice analysis of previous al Qaeda tapes.   On today's tape, Gadahn is bearded, wearing a turban.
He denounces U.S. soldiers in Iraq and their alleged murder and rapes of Iraqi citizens.
"Who are the real terrorists?" Gadahn asks.
When referring to the alleged atrocities committed by U.S. Marines in Iraq, Gadahn also says, "It's hard to imagine that any compassionate person could see pictures... and not want to go on a shooting spree at the Marines' housing facilities at Camp Pendleton."
Camp Pendleton is located just south of where Gadahn grew up in California.
There was no immediate response from Gadahn's family, which still lives in California.   They had previously denied he was the masked figure on al Qaeda tapes.
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American aircraft dropping weapons to ISIS, says Iraq MP
iraqinews.com     click here
This begs the question of who is supplying the Islamic State with arms.
RT.com     click here
Wesley Clark: "Our friends and allies funded ISIS to destroy Hezbollah"
Youtube     click here
Three of the arrested military advisors working with ISIS are dual citizens of the United States and Israel, while the fourth advisor is from a Persian Gulf country, Iraq’s Sarma News Agency said.
The detained foreign advisors have now been transferred with their foreign passports to Baghdad.
sputniknews.com     click here
Mossad Agent Pearlman Releases Phony "Al-Qaeda Tape"
While President Bush authorizes the CIA to bankroll and arm the real Al-Qaeda in Iran
Paul Joseph Watson/Prison Planet.com
Wednesday, May 30, 2007
Adam Pearlman, the Jewish Mossad agent who once wrote stinging essays condemning Muslims as "bloodthirsty terrorists", has once again popped up as an "Al-Qaeda spokesman" to frighten the dwindling number of Americans who still believe Al-Qaeda exists outside of U.S. intelligence circles.
"An American member of al-Qaida warned President Bush on Tuesday to end U.S. involvement in all Muslim lands or face an attack worse than the Sept. 11 suicide assault, according to a new videotape."
"Wearing a white robe and a turban, Adam Yehiye Gadahn, who also goes by the name Azzam al-Amriki, said al-Qaida would not negotiate on its demands," reports the Associated Press.
Who is the mysterious Adam Yehiye Gadahn?
The FBI lists Gadahn's aliases as Abu Suhayb Al-Amriki, Abu Suhayb, Yihya Majadin Adams, Adam Pearlman, and Yayah.
Adam Pearlman is his real name and his grandfather is none other than the late Carl K. Pearlman; a prominent Jewish urologist in Orange County.
Carl was also a member of the board of directors of the Anti-Defamation League, which was caught spying on Americans for Israel in 1993.
WhatReallyHappened.com
Mike Rivero has the scoop at WhatReallyHappened.com .
Israel's Mossad intelligence agency was caught in 2002 creating a phony Al-Qaeda group to justify attacks on Palestinians.
Pearlman has a knack of releasing his tapes at the most politically opportune time for Bush, having first burst onto the scene shortly before the 2004 presidential election and then again right after Katrina when the President's approval rating was tanking fast.
Even more mainstream publications, like the Los Angeles City Beat, have dismissed Pearlman before as nothing more than "cartoonish propaganda."
Pearlman had a hippy upbringing, a brief but intense flirtation with death metal and before a sudden transformation, once referred to Muslims as “bloodthirsty, barbaric terrorists.”
Pearlman was a hardcore Jewish Zionist and wrote essays and screeds bashing the Muslim faith.
He even got into fights at mosques and beat up Muslim worshippers.
Pearlman's personal history and the highly suspicious nature in which he suddenly professed his conversion to Islam in a single Internet posting and later appeared on the scene as a spokesman for "Al-Qaeda" are all the ingredients needed to draw the conclusion that Pearlman is working as a double agent and most likely for Mossad.
The Pearlman tape was once again obtained by the IntelCenter group, a U.S. government contractor, and it's head Ben Venzke has given the tape credence in media interviews concerning the story.
In our previous groundbreaking expose, we unveiled the ties between Intelcenter, a group that regularly 'obtains' Al-Qaeda tapes and the Pentagon.
Intelcenter is an offshoot of IDEFENSE, which was staffed by a senior military psy-op intelligence officer Jim Melnick, who has worked directly for Donald Rumsfeld.
Intelcenter were behind the October 2006 release of the "laughing hijackers" tape that showed Mohammad Atta and Ziad Jarrah allegedly attending a 2000 Al-Qaeda meeting and reading their last will and testament.
Segments of the video that were interspersed with footage of the "laughing hijackers," Jarrah and Atta, showing Bin Laden giving a speech to an audience in Afghanistan on January 8 2000, were culled from what terror experts described as surveillance footage taken by a "security agency."
News reports at the time contained the admission that the U.S. government had been in possession of the footage since 2002, while others said it was found when the United States invaded Afghanistan in 2001.
Yet it was still bizarrely reported that the tape, bearing all the hallmarks of having been filmed and edited by undercover US intelligence and having admittedly been in US possession for five years, was released over the weekend of September 31/October 1 by Al-Qaeda.
The video also contained segments that were first broadcast in a British documentary called The Road to Guantanamo, which was originally aired in March 2006.
The context of the corresponding scene in the dramatized documentary featured U.S. interrogators attempting to coerce Gitmo detainees into confessing Al-Qaeda membership by showing them fake videos where their likeness had been computer generated to appear as if they were in attendance during Bin Laden's January 8 2000 speech.
Monster in the closet
The monster in the closet is once again being waved in front of the American people's faces in order to quell bubbling national resentment about the ongoing carnage in Iraq and the fact that May was the deadliest month in terms of our boys returning home in flag-draped caskets.
Meanwhile, President Bush has authorized the CIA to bankroll and arm Jundullah, a Sunni Al-Qaeda organization, to attack Iran in order to destabilize Ahmadinejad's government.
While Bush grandstands in his Rose Garden speech about how Al-Qaeda wants to kill our children and as Mossad agent Pearlman rants on a video tape about a new 9/11, the only real Al-Qaeda are being equipped, funded and trained by our own government to kill innocent civilians in the Middle East in order to pave the way for the next chapter of Neo-Con blood-letting.
Crude propaganda tapes foisted on us at home in an effort to hoodwink us into supporting it all.
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What do you expect!
In a CNN interview the same day, Sunday Times lead reporter Tom Harper trashed his own credibility, and that of his paper, when he blurted:
‘We just publish what we believe to be the position of the British government.’
Before the London Sunday Times was taken under the control of Keith Rupert Murdoch, who is presently influencing half the Western World with News Corp and 21st Century Fox, the London Sunday Times was a respected newspaper.
Sadly those days have long gone, as with any respect for most newsprint in the US and UK.
Add to that the constant brainwashing of television, and constant brainwashing you hear on the radio news blurbs of all stations, and the minds of humans who are in these countries who tune into media are just in a pickle.
Stop watching, stop listening, stop reading the brainwashing!
Kewe
How Trustworthy Are Electronic Voting Systems
They are not trustworthy at all.
My argument with the article below is not that presently a Republican trend shows fraud.
My argument is that any politician or power center can manipulate the vote, extremely easily with Electronic Voting Systems.
Manipulate on a big, or small scale!
The idea of a few people being elected to have the power to control the destiny of many tens or hundreds of millions has to be changed.
If the populations wish to bring back individual liberty.
A tiny wireless component?
Ah!   What they can really do now!
Kewe
Darpa mind control by satellite

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Darpa mind control by satellite
Voting machine software used is proprietary and even the election officials are not allowed to inspect it.
This is termed Black Box Voting and combined with Direct Recording Electronic (DRE) voting, which permits touchscreen machines and does not require a paper trail allows a situation ripe for exploitation.
In addition, as Harper’s Magazine reported in 2012, the security of these machines is so lax that:
As recently as September 2011, a team at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Argonne National Laboratory hacked into one of Diebold’s old Accuvote touchscreen systems.
Their report asserted that anyone with $26 in parts and an eighth-grade science education would be able to manipulate the outcome of an election….
Johnston’s group also breached a system made by another industry giant, Sequoia, using the same “man in the middle” hack — a tiny wireless component that is inserted between the display screen and the main circuit board — which requires no knowledge of the actual voting software.
Brian Eno's letter to America:
WHY?  I just don't get it
What is going on in America?
I know from my own experience how slanted your news is, and how little you get to hear about the other side of this story.
But — for Christ’s sake! — it’s not that hard to find out.
Why does America continue its blind support of this one-sided exercise in ethnic cleansing?
UN report
Horrifying, massive harm of civilians in Gaza in Operation Protective Edge
UN report war crimes overwhelmingly committed by Israel.

War crimes by Israel, Hamas of Gaza, Palestine.

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UN report war crimes overwhelmingly committed by Israel.

Gaza Palestine after Israel bombing 

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U S Vetoes against Palestine
February 18, 2011 — US vetoes the article establishing that all Israel settlements established since 1967 as illegal which article also calls for an immediate halt to all settlement building — US Veto 43 for Israel
January 3, 2009 — US vetoes approval of U.N. Security Council statement calling for an immediate cease-fire in the Gaza Strip and southern Israel and expressing concern at the escalation of violence — US Veto 42 for Israel
November 11, 2006 — US vetoes adoption of U.N. Security Council resolution condemning Israel military operations in the Gaza Strip
October 5, 2004 — US vetoes UN condemning Israel military incursion in Gaza, causing many civilian deaths and extensive damage to property — US Veto 39 for Israel
September 16, 2003 — US vetoes UN reaffirming the illegality of deportation of any Palestinian and expressed concern about the possible deportation of Yasser Arafat — US Veto 36 for Israel
December 19, 2002 — US vetoes UN expressing deep concern over Israel killing of U.N. employees and Israel’s destruction of the U.N. World Food Program warehouse in Beit Lahiya and demanding that Israel refrain from the excessive and disproportionate use of force in the occupied territories — US Veto 35 for Israel
Well, we all know how sick Obama is!
Banks destroy economy, goverment destroys freedom.

We now live in a nation where doctors destroy health, lawyers destroy justice, universities destroy knowledge, governments destroy freedom, the press destroys information, religion destroys morals, and our banks destroy the economy.

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Obama and Cameron on a par
Sick!  Sick!  Sick!   and very stupid!
US president Barack Obama recently said: “Russia doesn’t make anything.   Immigrants aren’t flooding to Moscow in search of opportunity.   The population is shrinking.”
He was wrong on not one, not two, but all three counts.
So...    either the US emperor has terrible advisors    or he was deliberately lying    or both.
Russian industrial production grew 60% from 2000 to 2012 according to the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE).
Russian exports, excluding oil and gas, increased 250% over the same period and food production was up 100% (Rosstat).
Russia had a trade surplus of US$40 billion in the first quarter of this year, meaning the country exported a lot more than it imported — despite sanctions.
Obama also said of Russia recently “It is America that stands strong and united with our allies, while Russia is isolated, with its economy in tatters.”
Yet again completely false.
The government of China describes Russia as an “irreplaceable strategic ally”.
And ahead of a recent visit by Mr. Putin to India an official Indian government press release said “Every Indian child knows that India has no greater friend than Russia.”
With just those two governments on Russia’s side, which represent 37% of the world population, Russia can hardly be described as “isolated”.
By comparison, the combined populations of the USA, its main allies in the European Union and Japan make up 13% of the world population.
Click here for article   russia-insider.com
European Union under US control

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European Union under US control
Human aversion to doing the right thing
But things are really much worse than that.
When Americans do set out to do the right thing, they often do it so badly and so ineffectively that the pathos of the human condition is hardly improved at all.
Healthcare in America is so poorly distributed that many people lack access to it under any conditions and every physical ailment is not covered by medical insurance.
Many communities lack even one primary care physician; others boast of scores, and vision, hearing, and dental problems are not covered by most medical insurance plans, not even Medicare!
But of course not!   Why do people, especially the elderly, need to see, hear, or chew?
Making the world a better place is not an American forte.
So is the question, Who suffers?
For instance, when an elderly person whose hearing is impaired is denied a hearing aid, who benefits?   Anyone at all?
When an unemployed person is denied unemployment compensation, who benefits?   Anyone?
When a family with little or no income is denied nutritional assistance, who benefits?
When an ill person is denied medical care, who benefits?
And who benefits when a homeless family is denied a domicile?
Who benefits when a school child is denied a lunch?   Does anyone benefit?
Yet who suffers is obvious, isn’t it?
Helping no one and making many suffer is merely cruel, and being cruel is a moral fault.
America and many other nations are not people-countries; they do not exist for the welfare of people.
Click here for article   globalresearch.ca
US created ISIL for sake of Israel - Ex CIA-contractor Steven Kelly

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Obama and Cameron on a par
Sick!  Sick!  Sick!   and very stupid!
US created ISIL for sake of Israel
Ex CIA-contractor Steven Kelly
The purpose of creating this group ISIL is to have a never-ending war in the region that serves several purposes, obviously, it’s going to break apart the countries and disrupt the people and reduce their ability to stand up to Israel.
The other purpose is providing the constant flow of orders for weapons from the military-industrial complex back home, which of course is feeding a lot of money to the senators that are pushing for these wars.
They’ve run out of credible moderate groups because what they have been arming and training now have graduated and moved on to full-fledged ISIL people.
The idea of the US feeding ISIL money like this, it’s a new level of pathetic.
Click here for article   presstv.ir
Sick! Sick! people presently running Canada
Kiev born pianist Valentina Lisitsa, Donetsk concert June 22, 2015

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Kiev born pianist Valentina Lisitsa   Donetsk concert June 22, 2015     click here    RT.com
Unspeakable grief and horror
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