Monday, 11 December 2017
"All women must be believed" is perhaps the most naive statement i have heard in the last few months regarding all the sexual harassment allegations that are being thrown around at anyone of any stature or power : The people who made that statement obviously haven't lived a full life in fact i would go as far as to say that they don't know women very well : Women lie all the time,they are better at it than men,that's not to say all women are liars,far from it,but make no mistake women do lie as much as men : As a former taxi driver,i drove at night to get through my business degree,i cannot count the amount of times women would get into my cab and asked me to have them home by a certain hour before their husbands get home from work,and as i drove up to pick her up,she was kissing another man good night,and it wasn't her brother.
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All this corruption by the FBI and the DOJ along with the Russian Collusion farce will eventually lead to the Oval Office and Obama.who orchestrated this whole RUSSIAGATE scandal : Just who has the power to direct all these criminal activities,the person who appointed these people in the first place,and that is Barack Hussein Obama,this Malignant Narcissist left the White House after planting all these bombs to blow up the Trump administration,this egomaniac is trying to stay out of the fray but is still directing the whole cover up,Nixon was impeached for far far less.
In late October President Trump ordered that “the veil be lifted” from the investigation into the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in 1963. More than 3,000 new, previously classified FBI, CIA, and Congressional documents were released to the public. A quick overview of the material shows that the bulk of it pertains either to the CIA’s covert operations against Cuba : We cannot avoid the impression that these huge document dumps – along with the scores of “investigations” conducted over the last 54 years, in addition to the books and movies about this cryptic murder – have one goal: to keep whoever really ordered the JFK assassination from being brought to justice : In order to get closer to unraveling one of the most mysterious political murders of the 20th century, we should turn our attention to an obscure document signed by that resident of the Oval Office less than six months before his death. On June 4, 1963, President John F. Kennedy signed Executive Order 11110, authorizing the US Treasury to issue paper currency that could be redeemed for silver held by the treasury. As a result, this US currency was printed in denominations of $2 and $5 and inscribed with the words “United States Note” instead of “Federal Reserve Note.”,Kennedy’s order was intended to wean the Federal Reserve System away from printing money, beginning a smooth transition toward returning the printing press to the hands of the American government.Follow @jackool50
“President Trump is facing a full-blown coup d’état, sooner or later. The treasonous co-conspirators are setting up the country so as to spring into action on several fronts. When they execute the final putsch will be determined more by sheer desperation than anything else. They really don’t want to overthrow Trump violently, but will eventually feel the absolute necessity to do so. This will be their only way to stay out of prison. Here’s the real problem for the POTUS: He can only trigger a military solution when all of his ducks are in a row. Should Trump act prematurely, his success will be put in jeopardy. Should he act too late, his administration will be in grave danger.” — Former U.S. Military Officer and Intelligence AnalystFollow @jackool50
Barack Obama’s Exit Reveals His True Colors | Barack Obama did not go out quietly. His unquiet final acts were overshadowed, in part by a successor who refused to come in quietly, and in part by Obama’s own endless, sentimental farewell tour. But there was nothing nostalgic or sentimental about Obama’s last acts. Two of them were simply shocking.Follow @jackool50
Since 9/11, The US Govt Has ‘Lost’ $58,000 —EVERY SINGLE SECOND : When U.S. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld revealed that the Pentagon was missing $2.3 trillion on Sept. 10, 2001, it seemed like a massive amount—little did the American people know that the events that would occur the next day would wipe the missing money from the headlines, and over the next 16 years, the amount of money the government is missing would increase at a rate in excess of $58,000 per second. While $2.3 trillion may seem like a lot, another government agency admitted to losing triple the amount in 2009, when former Inspector General Elizabeth Coleman admitted that the Federal Reserve could not account for $9 trillion.Follow @jackool50