Monthly Archives: December 2017

Gray Terror File: Official cover-up of Route 91 concert massacre deepens as FBI’s Las Vegas office says report on Stephen Paddock’s motives not to be released until Oct. 2018, Special Agent Aaron Rouse: “Now that’s a long time for some people, but speaking for the FBI, that’s light speed, all right?”; Rouse notes FBI investigators interviewed 400 people, followed up on 1,500 leads in Vegas and 500 worldwide, scoured 22,000 hours of surveillance and cellphone footage, scrutinized 250,000 photos, amassed 40 terabytes of data . . . but somehow overlooked testimony of concertgoer alleging pre-attack warning from “Hispanic couple,” other civilian testimonies alleging street-level gunmen and gunfire, overhead gunfire from helicopters, gunshots and stampedes at Strip hotels more than two hours after Paddock mysteriously ended 10-min. attack, leaving 4,000 unused rounds in hotel suite, as well as ignored possible involvement of Saudi sniper team and ISIS cadres in massacre; Clark County coroner releases findings, predictably says Paddock shot himself in mouth (even though Sheriff Joseph Lombardo admitted cop “discharged” weapon in gambler’s hotel suite); itemizes wounds of all 58 victims, 18 shot in head (even though Paddock was not known to be trained sniper); meanwhile Paddock’s girlfriend, “person of interest” Marilou Danley and “second woman” seen with Paddock in Vegas disappear down MSM memory hole

USA File: Making America Great Again: Republican-dominated Congress passes tax reform bill, new law heads for Oval Office for final approval; Pres. Donald Trump basks in glow of first major legislative victory after repeated attempts to retool Obamacare, applauds GOP lawmakers for unifying around “largest tax cut in the history of our country”; VP Mike Pence chastises Democrats for failing to support tax reform, Min. House Leader Nancy Pelosi derides “GOP tax scam against middle class” while self-avowed socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders decries US$1.5 trillion tax cut as “looting of American treasury”; meanwhile AG Jeff Sessions orders DOJ prosecutors to grill FBI agents on sale of Uranium One to Kremlin-owned Rosatom, potentially implicating Bill and Hillary Clinton in treasonous deal; House National Security Subcommittee examining evidence that could implicate top former Obama officials, including NSC’s Ben Rhodes, in quashing DEA probe into Hezbollah drug trafficking in Latin America, money laundering in USA for sake of lifting nuke-related sanctions against Tehran; Rhodes lashes out in nasty tweet, dreams of obituaries for Pence, House Maj. Leader Paul Ryan, Senate Maj. Leader Mitch McConnell; globalist cabal desperate to deflect attention from own treason, former chief White House ethics lawyer under Pres. G.W. Bush accuses Trump of plotting military coup: “There is a risk of him using that power [as Commander in Chief] to destroy our democracy”

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Re. tax cuts: capitalism isn’t perfect but it works . . .

BTW, Trump might actually need the military to take out the Soros/Rothschild-led communism-loving globalist cabal that is determined to subvert America’s sovereignty.

Communism with Canadian Characteristics: Trudeau government rocked by conflict of interest scandals, Trudeau dynasty’s craven subservience to Islam exposed as federal ethics commissioner charges PM Justin Trudeau and Liberal MP Seamus O’Regan with accepting bribes from Prince Shah Karim Al Hussaini Aga Khan IV, vacationed on Bahaman island and flew on aircraft belonging to world’s leader of Ismaili Muslims, Aga Khan Foundation receives millions in taxpayer dollars, founder to be investigated for violating Lobbying Act; meanwhile Trudeau defends his embattled finance minister over separate COI charges, Bill Morneau under fire for role in family-run HR firm, father sold “significant number” of shares days before his son announced “major tax policy change”; Canada’s Jewish community shocked by deaths of billionaire pharmaceutical mogul Barry Sherman and wife Honey at toney N. Toronto home on Dec. 15, Shermans strangled, hanging by necks with leather belts from indoor pool railing; Toronto PD calls deaths “suspicious,” family and friends condemn murder-suicide rumors; security camera turned off prior to deaths, no forced entry and no suicide note; Barry writing autobiography, vowed book “would be a page-turner, packed with stories of intrigue, duplicity and outright corruption by his competition”; Shermans under investigation for Liberal Party fundraiser scandal, block probe by filing lawsuit against Canada’s lobbying commissioner

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No wonder returning ISIS fighters enjoy red-carpet treatment in Canada.

The Trudeau government’s bucket of cr-p is full. Time to empty it.

WW4/Middle East Files: Bashar al-Assad hosts Russian Dep. PM Dmitry Rogozin at Hmeimim air base, Kremlin’s military HQ in support of regime forces, Syrian dictator brands US-backed Kurdish forces along Turkish border “traitors”; Russia to rebuild energy facilities destroyed during more than six years of civil war, Rogozin takes jab at USA: “President Assad said today that Syria has no desire to work with companies from countries which betrayed Syria . . .”; follows Vladimir Putin’s unexpected stopover at same air base on Dec. 11, announcement of withdrawal of “significant portion” of Russian troops, as many as 4,300 Russian servicemen and 3,000 mercs in Syria; Russia to transform 46-year-old naval logistics base in Tartus into fully fledged base with capacity for 11 warships, secures 74-year renewal agreement with Damascus, 50-year lease for Hmeimim air base, Russian military to operate outside Syrian jurisdiction; Russian dictator flies on to Cairo for visit with Egyptian Pres. Abdel Fattah al-Sissi, both leaders criticize U.S. decision to move embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem; Moscow and Cairo to “increase scope” of mil-mil coop and “strengthen capabilities” of Egyptian army in fighting Islamic militants, Rosatom to build US$21 billion nuke plant in Egypt

Gray Terror File: Las Vegas NBC affiliate, six national media orgs agree to Jan. 16, 2018 court date to argue for unsealing Route 91 shooting investigation records, 14 search warrants related to “lone gunman” Stephen Paddock; KSNV News 3 anchor Gerald Ramalho reported on Oct. 1 terror attack at Las Vegas Village at 11 p.m., i.e., 45 minutes after Paddock allegedly unloaded 1100 rounds on concertgoers: “I have confirmed through a police source that there are two suspects with high-powered weapons. They had some sort of high-ground position and they were firing on the crowd which was attending that Route 91 Harvest Music Festival”; Clark County Sheriff Joseph Lombardo initially offered conflicting views, stating on Oct. 2 that Paddock was “a solo actor, a lone wolf” but on Oct. 4 admitted veteran gambler “must have had help”: “Because look at this . . . do you think this was all accomplished on his own?”; Tucker Carlson source Doug Poppa reveals LVMPD Homicide Div. pulled from Paddock “suicide” case in Oct., Force Investigation Team takes over, probes civilian deaths involving officers, under command of Cpt. Kelly M. McMahill, wife of Undersheriff Kevin McMahill; meanwhile alt-media reports LVMPD “upper command” resigning in wake of massacre, Lombardo not seeking re-election in spite of contrary statements this past summer, Kevin McMahill retiring but no official confirmation, MSM only reports Asst. Sheriff Fasulo leaving force; shooting survivors’ lawyer: MGM legal team “hunkered down since day one”

WW4/Asia Files: Russia, Red China counter 230-aircraft US-South Korean Vigilant Ace military drill with show of force in Korean Peninsula region; 1,000 Russian marines carry out live-fire tank maneuvers in Siberia, follows landing exercise near short border with North Korea several days prior; Russian Security Council chief Nikolai Patrushev: “We find ourselves practically on the border with them [i.e., NK]. If there are military actions, and you know that some countries [i.e., USA] have not ruled them out, then there can be many various problems caused, including for us as well”; fighter jets and early warning aircraft of People’s Liberation Army Air Force carry out drills over Yellow Sea, Sea of Japan; Moscow-Beijing Axis oppose deployment of US Army’s THAAD anti-ballistic missile defense in SK, plan simulated anti-missile drill in PRC capital between Dec. 11-16; Zhang Youxia, vice chairman of Communist Party of China’s Central Military Commission, travels to Moscow to confer with Russia’s “ex”-red dictator, Vladimir Putin enthuses: “Russia prioritizes relations with China in its foreign policy and [is grateful for] the high-level strategic coordination between the two countries”; meanwhile Russia increases oil exports to Pyongyang . . .

WW4/Middle East Files: Russian General Staff announces Syria “fully liberated” from ISIS, follows two years of withering air strikes against Islamic militants fighting Ba’athist regime, air campaign included numerous long-range combat flights from Russian heartland; Russia’s top general Valery Gerasimov: “All terrorist units of ISIS on Syrian soil have been destroyed, and the territory is liberated. Therefore, as of today, there’s no territory controlled by ISIS in Syria”; Bashar al-Assad travelled to Sochi on Nov. 20, thanks Russian dictator Vladimir Putin for “defending territorial integrity of his country,” surprise meeting brokered by Turkey’s Tayyip Erodgan and Iran’s Hassan Rouhani, Syrian dictator agreed to peace talks with Syrian Democratic Forces and other opposition groups in Black Sea city in “near future,” Turkish and Iranian presidents hold subsequent meeting with Putin on Nov. 22; meanwhile Russian Defense Ministry alleges USA supporting Islamic State by refusing to bomb ISIS convoy fleeing Abu Kamal for Iraqi border on Nov. 9, interfering with Russian Air Force’s combat ops, accepting militants as prisoners; Moscow in turn chastised for reportedly using video game screenshot as “irrefutable proof” of Washington’s “sinister” goals in Middle East

Communist Bloc Military Updates: Russian Air Force raises profile in SE Asia, carries out historic mission to Indonesia on Dec. 5, two Tu-95 strategic bombers take off from air base in Amur region of Far East Russia, fly for 12 hours across Western Pacific O., touch down at Franz Kaisiepo Airport on Biak Island, part of country’s Papua province in New Guinea; nuke bombers accompanied by two Il-78 aerial tankers; total of 110 Russian airmen to complete navigation exercises over Indonesia’s easternmost province; Russian warships made ports of call to Indonesia over past two years; Indonesian air force operates Sukhoi Su-27 Flanker and Su-30 Flanker-C fighter jets, currently negotiating acquisition of Su-35 Flanker-E variant; six Tu-22M3 bombers fly from Russia to strike Islamic State targets in Syrian province of Deir ez-Zor on Dec. 3, Kremlin reports warplanes hit militants’ munitions depots and command posts; Russian pilots flying Su-30SM fighter jets based out of Khmeimim, in territory controlled by Assad regime, provided support for Backfire bombers; Putin’s air campaign against ISIS began in Sept. 2015

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Russian military intervention in Syrian Civil War provides the Kremlin with an excellent opportunity to test new weapons systems, provide real combat experience for its armed forces, and provoke the West wherever possible.

This is not the first time the Russian Air Force has visited tropical climes. In recent years Tu-160 Blackjack bombers have flown to Venezuela (2008) and Nicaragua (2013). During the Cold War, the maritime surveillance version of the Bear bomber (Tu-142) was stationed in Cuba.

USA File: Making America Great Again: Local TV stations report court-authorized multi-agency law enforcement activity in DC and Prince William County, VA; FBI, BATF working with other federal agencies, state and local authorities, “exact locations of activity have not been released nor have the nature of the operations”; follows alt-media reports of nearly 4,300 sealed indictments deposited in all federal court dockets between Oct. 30 and Nov. 22; treasonous Democratic Party leaders pressing the flesh on Dec. 5: ex-Pres. Barack Obama attends Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s climate change summit in Chicago, rebukes Donald Trump without naming POTUS for pulling country out of Paris agreement; failed presidential candidate, Soros/Rothschild shill Hillary Clinton ducks out of book tour to attend Boston fundraiser; Supreme Court upholds “full enforcement” of White House travel ban in Nov. 4 ruling, applies to travelers from Chad, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Syria and Yemen; two justices, Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Sonia Sotomayor, dissent; communist-founded ACLU predictably dumps on decision, Omar Jadwat, dir. of Immigrants’ Rights Project, whines: “President Trump’s anti-Muslim prejudice is no secret. He has repeatedly confirmed it, including just last week on Twitter”

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Maybe it’s the calm before the storm.
— President Donald Trump, October 5, 2017

Bye Bye Johnny. Update the list. Watch the news. WAR. Q
Q Clearance Patriot on 8Chan (scroll toward bottom), December 5, 2017

— President Trump on Twitter, December 6, 2017

Since the election of Donald Trump as POTUS, patriots have anticipated mass arrests of subversive elements. Let’s hope those detained include more than MS-13 gang members and human/child/sex traffickers. Treason went to the top in the last White House admin. BTW, Trump’s travel ban should have included Saudi Arabia, but perhaps things will change under the “moderate” reign of King Salman and his son, the Crown Prince. The Saudi “old guard” was behind 911 and very likely the Las Vegas hit job/terrorist attack.

USA File: Making America Great Again: House Republicans draft contempt of Congress resolution against Dep. AG Rod Rosenstein and FBI Dir. Christopher Wray, claim “stonewalling in producing material related to the Russia-Trump probes and other matters”; Intel. Cmte. Chair Devin Nunes issued threat after DOJ, FBI miss deadline to provide requested docs, Peter Strzok removed from Mueller probe, FBI agent allegedly exchanged anti-Trump/pro-Clinton texts with his mistress, Lisa Page a lawyer working for Dep. FBI Dir., Clinton crony Andrew McCabe; Nunes: “[T]he FBI and DOJ engaged in a willful attempt to thwart Congress’ constitutional oversight responsibility”; meanwhile Mueller reportedly subpoenas records from President Trump’s Deutsche Bank accounts, but Trump lawyer Jay Sekulow cries “fake news”: “We have confirmed that the news reports that the Special Counsel had subpoenaed financial records relating to the president are false”; Mueller spokesman declines to comment; Trump shrugs off last-gasp attacks from failed Democratic Party, tells friends at Mar-a-Lago: “This investigation’s going to be over with pretty soon”