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America’s Guns: Secret Pipeline to Syria

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America’s Guns: Secret Pipeline to Syria

Al Jazeera (2018)

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This documentary concerns a recent investigation into a gun smuggling operation in which the Pentagon contracts with Miami arms dealers to procure Soviet-style weapons from Bulgaria, Croatia and Serbia and secretly ship them to “moderate” rebels in Syria. Once they arrive in Syria, the “moderate” rebels frequently hand the weapons on to Al-Nusra (al-Qaeda) and ISIS militants who fight alongside them.

The investigation reveals that the US Department of Defense has a preference for old Soviet-style weapons because a) they are cheaper and easier to operate and b) they are harder to trace back to the US government. Thus it would appear the US government is fully aware their weapons are ending up in the hands of ISIS terrorists. The US government even has a technical term – “operational necessity” – for this type of subterfuge.

The Pentagon also uses private companies to train the Syrian rebels in the use of these weapons.

This secret arms smuggling network first came to public attention after one the private special operations contractors (involved in training Syrian rebels) sued the US government for injuries he received in a freak explosion.

 

The Shape of Things: Breakaway Civilization

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by James Hufferd, Ph.D., Coordinator 911 Truth Grassroots Organization

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  “We, the people, presumably like our president, want peace; they constantly opt for war, for more war, for international bullying and global provocation, needless deaths (“collateral damage” totaling 60 million-plus fine, inoffensive unfortunate people offed overseas since the end of World War II) and requisite terror delivery…)”

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The old adage “Blood is thicker than water” may be true, but if it encapsulates a true insight – and, personally, I wouldn’t bet against it – it flies directly in the face of unfettered discernment and reason. Ask yourself this: if a relative of yours gets into a significant dispute with a non-relative, but you know in your head he or she is for certain of more than likely objectively in the wrong and the generic other disputant in the right, whose side will you be more likely to champion? Let’s say a nephew of yours gets in a cage-match-level dust-up with his about-to-be ex-wife, who is furiously indignant and vindictive in the divorce proceedings because she claims he cheated on her. Will you: a) try to console your nephew by saying, “That bee-itch! She knows no such thing! Tell her to take a flying leap!”, or b) confront him with a question, “Well, did you cheat on her?” The old adage predicts you would most likely select Option a) and secure your place at the Thanksgiving table.

In the last week, erstwhile Russian double agent Sergei Skripal and his lovely daughter were apparently poisoned while sitting on a park bench in London, and western top leaders and media immediately, as one, denounced and reacted indignantly, in high dudgeon, against Putin and Russia without a smidgeon of evidence as having absolutely done it and, in clear violation of international law, the British banned Russia from participating in the still-to-come criminal investigation; while Russia categorically denied having anything to do with the incident, pointing out that they had imprisoned and released the rascal and could at any time have killed him if they had wanted to – without attracting international infamy. A possible set-up, open inquest definitely needed, or the dirty Russians did it? It’s your call. More

Gun control? How about some Government control?

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Marti Oakley

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The increase in privately owned so-called “assault weapons” is in direct response to the militarization of our local law enforcement agencies.

They have become a quasi military entity complete with military fatigues in many instances, military tanks, grenade launchers, sound weapons and an array of other military gizmos and gadgets; all gifted to them at bargain sale prices, via Homeland Security and the Department of Defense. And, aside from your local sheriff (because he/she is elected) all law enforcement is under the control of Homeland Security.

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Key to our supposed freedom loving nation, is the 2nd amendment to the Constitution. It is the underpinning to our freedom not just from possible invaders, but primarily, from a tyrannical government that might rear its ugly head and turn on its own people.Maybe we ought to give some real thought to government control. While the Framer’s of the Constitution could not have imagined the coming technologies of the future, nor life as it exists today in these United States, they did recognize the tendencies of governments to expand their power, eventually turning on their own people. History is rife with examples of tyrannical governments all over the globe that have killed off many of their own populations in an effort to obtain total tyranny over them. It appears to me, that we stand on the threshold of having this happen to us; the very thing the Framer’s feared most. What made us think our own government would not eventually turn on us? And turn it has.

With the public carefully being conditioned to believe that private gun ownership is somehow a threat to all of us, that same public turns a blind eye to the threat posed by our own ever expanding police state, brought to you courtesy of your own government.

The 2nd Amendment and why it matters

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