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miércoles, 31 de agosto de 2016

Crazy: Three US Allies Now Fighting Against Each Other in Northern Syria

Source- Three US Allies Now Fighting Against Each Other in Northern Syria

(ANTIWAR) With America’s own war in Syria vague in both scope and end-game, they’ve been eager to amass allies that seem potentially useful toward some talking point or other. In having done so, however, they’ve picked up a motley crew of “US-backed” groups that have wildly different goals.

That’s been a recurring problem, but became dramatically moreso this past week, when US-backed Turkey invaded northern Syria, and brought with it a US-backed rebel bloc that includes part of the Free Syrian Army (FSA) and the Islamist Ahrar al-Sham. Within 24-hours, both quickly got into a fight with the Kurdish YPG, who is also US-backed, putting three US allies in direct conflict.

US officials have been quick to complain about the matter, arguing that fighting is “unacceptable” and that the battlefield in this area of north Syria along the Euphrates River is “getting too crowded,” but such factions were at odds from the start, making the conflicts only a matter of time.

Indeed, throughout the US war in Syria, they’ve been backing the Kurdish YPG despite explicit warnings from Turkey that it would lead to exactly what it led to, Turkish intervention to stop the Kurds from expanding further west. Turkey was very public about the Euphrates River being a “red line,” and invaded almost immediately after the Kurds captured their first city on the other side of the river.

The US calls for everyone to just focus on ISIS rings extremely hollow, because while all of these factions got into proximity with one another by taking ISIS territory (largely with the help of the US), the juiciest plums in the area are no longer in ISIS’ hands, and the fight against ISIS was always going to be followed up immediately with this fight.
This article (Three US Allies Now Fighting Against Each Other in Northern Syria) by Jason Ditz, originally appeared on and was used with permission. Anti-Media Radio airs weeknights at 11pm Eastern/8pm Pacific. If you spot a typo, email

sábado, 27 de agosto de 2016

Pentagon Cannot Account For $6.5 Trillion Dollars.

Source- Pentagon Cannot Account For $6.5 Trillion Dollars - The Global Elite 8.8.2016
Translated into spanish: Agujero de 6.5 trillones $: El Ejército Americano incapaz de precisar en qué se gasta el 43% de su Presupuesto Anual 27.8.2016

Audit Reveals the Pentagon Doesn’t Know Where $6.5 Trillion Dollars Has Gone.

Adding to the appearance of impropriety is the fact that thousands of documents that should be on file have been removed and disappeared without any reasonable explanation.

A new Department of Defense Inspector General’s report, released last week, has left Americans stunned at the jaw-dropping lack of accountability and oversight. The glaring report revealed the Pentagon couldn’t account for $6.5 trillion dollars worth of Army general fund transactions and data, according to a report by the Fiscal Times.

The Pentagon, which has been notoriously lax in its accounting practices, has never completed an audit, would reveal how the agency has specifically spent the trillions of dollars allocated for wars, equipment, personnel, housing, healthcare and procurement’s allotted to them by Congress.

Beginning in 1996 all federal agencies were mandated by law to conduct regular financial audits. However, the Pentagon has NEVER complied with that federal law. In 20 years, it has never accounted for the trillions of dollars in taxpayer funds it has spent, in part because “fudging” the numbers has become standard operating procedure at the Department of Defense, as revealed in a 2013 Reuters investigation by Scot Paltrow.

According to the report by the Fiscal Times:
An increasingly impatient Congress has demanded that the Army achieve “audit readiness” for the first time by Sept. 30, 2017, so that lawmakers can get a better handle on military spending. But Pentagon watchdogs think that may be mission impossible, and for good reason…
The Defense Finance and Accounting Service (DFAS), the behemoth Indianapolis-based agency that provides finance and accounting services for the Pentagon’s civilian and military members, could not provide adequate documentation for $6.5 trillion worth of year-end adjustments to Army general fund transactions and data.
The DFAS has the sole responsibility for paying all DOD military and personnel, retirees and annuitants, along with Pentagon contractors and vendors. The agency is also in charge of electronic government initiatives, including within the Executive Office of the President, the Department of Energy and the Departing of Veterans Affairs.
While there is nothing in the IG’s report specifying that the money has been stolen, the mere fact that the Pentagon can’t account for how it spent the money reveals a potentially far greater problem than simple theft alone.

For every transaction, a so-called “journal voucher” that provides serial numbers, transaction dates and the amount of the expenditure is supposed to be produced. The report specifies that the agency has done such a poor job in providing documentation of their transactions, that there is no way to actually know how $6.5 trillion dollars has been spent. Essentially, the government has no way of knowing how the Pentagon has spent the trillions of taxpayer dollars allocated by Congress for national defense.

In turn, employees of the DFAS were routinely told by superiors to take “unsubstantiated change actions” commonly referred to as “plugging” the numbers. These “plugs” – which amounted to falsifying financial records – were then used to create the appearance that the military’s financial data matched that of the U.S. Treasury Department’s numbers when discrepancies in the financial data couldn’t be accounted for, according to the Reuters investigation.

See also: 9 TRILLION Dollars Still Missing from Federal Reserve, Fed Inspector General Can’t Explain

According to that Reuters investigation:
For two decades, the U.S. military has been unable to submit to an audit, flouting federal law and concealing waste and fraud totaling billions of dollars.
Linda Woodford spent the last 15 years of her career inserting phony numbers in the U.S. Department of Defense’s accounts.
Every month until she retired in 2011, she says, the day came when the Navy would start dumping numbers on the Cleveland, Ohio DFAS…. Using the data they received, Woodford and her fellow accountants there set about preparing monthly reports to square the Navy’s books with the U.S. Treasury’s…. And every month, they encountered the same problem. Numbers were missing. Numbers were clearly wrong. Numbers came with no explanation of how the money had been spent or which congressional appropriation it came from.

While many of the problems occurred due to bookkeeping errors rather than actual financial losses, the DFAS has failed to provide the necessary tracking information essential to performing an accurate audit of Pentagon spending and obligations, according to the IG’s report.

“Army and Defense Finance and Accounting Service Indianapolis personnel did not adequately support $2.8 trillion in third quarter adjustments and $6.5 trillion in year-end adjustments made to Army General Fund data during FY 2015 financial statement compilation,” wrote Lorin T. Venable, the assistant inspector general for financial management and reporting. “We conducted this audit in accordance with generally accepted government auditing standards.”

The Pentagon has a chronic failure to keep track of its money – how much it has, how much it pays out and how much is wasted or stolen. Adding to the appearance of impropriety is the fact that thousands of documents that should be on file have been removed and disappeared without any reasonable explanation.

DFAS “did not document or support why the Defense Departmental Reporting System . . . removed at least 16,513 of 1.3 million records during Q3 FY 2015. As a result, the data used to prepare the FY 2015 AGF third quarter and year-end financial statements were unreliable and lacked an adequate audit trail,” according to the IG’s report stated.

The accounting errors and manipulated numbers, though obviously problems in their own right, highlight a far greater problem for the Defense Department than only bad recording keeping and wasteful spending habits. In reality, they are a representation of the poor decision making, and lack of oversight and accountability that plague our nation’s government as a whole.

While the Department of Defense can’t account for $6.5 trillion dollars of taxpayer funds, in 2014 there were 47 million people, including over 15 million children, living in poverty in the U.S. – %15 of the U.S. population, which is the largest total number in poverty since records began being kept 52 years ago.

Please share this story if you are appalled by the fact that there are Americans that are homeless and hungry, including U.S. combat veterans — while the government is unable to account for $6.5 trillion dollars of taxpayer money.

A little reminder: On September 10, 2001 Donald Rumsfeld spoke about $2.3 trillion missing from the Pentagon budget.

Jay Syrmopoulos writes for, where this article first appeared.
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martes, 23 de agosto de 2016

Prisoners strike for September 9th in America's prisons against Incarcerated Manufacturing Corporations

This post is to remind us that there is a prisoners strike planned for September 9th, in America's prisons, and why. Because of the utter appalling conditions, injustice and corruption of the whole prison system this strike demands our support. Caging animals is is seen as wrong, but we still tolerate the caging of humans, why?

           I doubt that the general public are aware that the so called leader of the free world, The Good Ol' US of A, is also the leader in incarcerating its own people. The US leads the world in nuclear power, and in general military power, to quell any resistance to its hegemony from overseas, but it also has a brutal system to quell any resistance by its own people to the tyranny of its savage system of capitalism.

         The American prison system is one big corporate money making machine, which recruits from the poorest and most disadvantaged sections of its communities. The judiciary in America is part and parcel of that corporate recruiting system. Once incorporated into its caged workshops, you are there for years, you lose all rights, and become a slave in one of the largest corporate money making enterprises in America. No union rights, no holidays, no days off, and punishment if you don't work hard enough.

      The U.S. imprisons a larger percentage of its black population than South Africa did at the height of apartheid.  
1. The United States has 5% of the world's population, but 25%of the world's prisoners.
2. The total incarcerated population in the U.S. is a staggering2.4 million — a 500% increase over the past 30 years. 
3. One in every 108 adults was in prison or jail in 2012.
4. One in 28 American children has a parent behind bars.  
5. At the end of 2007, 1 in 31 adults was behind bars, on probation or on parole.
6. Currently, 65 million Americans have a criminal record.
7. There are more people behind bars today for a drug offense than there were in 1980 for all offenses combined.
More facts HERE:
         The American corporate world have more or less taken over the prison system and are working it to create massive profits. It has nothing to do with punishment or rehabilitation, it is all to do with increasing the numbers of slaves and maximising the profits.
Human rights organizations, as well as political and social ones, are condemning what they are calling a new form of inhumane exploitation in the United States, where they say a prison population of up to 2 million – mostly Black and Hispanic – are working for various industries for a pittance. For the tycoons who have invested in the prison industry, it has been like finding a pot of gold. They don’t have to worry about strikes or paying unemployment insurance, vacations or comp time. All of their workers are full-time, and never arrive late or are absent because of family problems; moreover, if they don’t like the pay of 25 cents an hour and refuse to work, they are locked up in isolation cells.
Read the full article HERE

Episode 198: This week we bring you another installment of our Which Side: Lectures series. This presentation was given by the Tucson ABC on August 2, 2016 in Salt Lake City, Utah at the Boing! Anarchist Collective. The Lecture is called: “Prisoner Support for Prison Abolition: National Prison Strike September 2016“.
In this lecture, members of the Tucson Anarchist Black Cross discuss past and present anti-prison struggles in the United States. The aim of the lecture is to provide historical context to mass incarceration, detail past struggles against prisons and policing by prisoners and folks on the outside alike, and to discuss current forms of creative resistance to the U.S. prison system. The conclusion highlights ongoing efforts to coordinate a national prison strike set to begin September 9th of this year, and note how an abolitionist perspective can inform effective prisoner support work. #fsd
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domingo, 21 de agosto de 2016


ill will editions: FROM FREEWAY SHUTDOWNS TO COP-FREE ZONES: a... 22.7.2016


“Beneath the surface of that idea – that truism, black lives matter – is an unsettling challenge. What would it mean to create a world, or at least a space, where that actually was true?” [1]

A Cop-Free Zone in Carbondale

On Friday night a couple dozen folks converged on the local autonomous infoshop in Carbondale, Illinoise, for an illegal dance party in the street. In addition to locals, cars arrived from Bloomington, Chicago, and St. Louis to participate. The plan was to throw an unpermitted street party with free food and loud music, and as things progressed and energy rose, to block off the street and visibly polarize the space against state violence with large handmade banners declaring it a cop-free zone.

The event proceeded more or less as planned: a collective cook-out transitioned into a dance party, furniture was dragged into the streets and fireworks were set off, until banners painted earlier in the evening were finally strung up across the two lanes of the street and the block was taken over. Several police SUV’s circled at a distance but avoided any direct contact for almost the entire evening. By the time they finally approached the block on foot, the party was already being slowly wrapped up and a large contingent of friends and locals had just bounced to go lake swimming. A decision was made not to enforce the blockade, yet after the street was cleared for two minutes and the police left, it was promptly re-blocked with furniture as loud jams continued to sound out into the night for another hour until the last people left.

While this first experiment was modest in its scale and intensity, we think that experimenting with police-free zones has a strong potential for resonance in the current North American context. It is less Carbondale’s specific event and rather the broader proposal that we wish to focus on below.

Sense and Tactics

While recent weeks have seen thousands of people blockading traffic and freeways across the USA, the tactical impulses and the actions attempted in this cycle of anti-police struggle have largely rehashed what we saw in the summer and fall of 2014, without inventing or experimenting with anything all that new.

When we think strategically about tactical issues, it is important to recall that the relationship between sense and gesture is a dynamic and fluid one, one which camps on a shifting soil of forces and events. Sometimes thought falls short of the tactics and gestures that we’re engaging in, and we find ourselves demanding things we already possess, or framing things through terms or oppositions that the movement has already surpassed at a practical level. Other times, thought runs ahead of our tactical repertoire, such that every effort to elaborate a practice that feels appropriate to the affective declension of hostilities and the ideas that folks are thinking about seems to fall short.

Our sense is that our present situation resembles the latter scenario, where thought runs ahead of the gestures we’re seeing. The current cycle exhibits both a rupture in thought (since the 2014 cycle of struggle) as well as an exhaustion at the level of practical methods.

We have the impression that the current tactical menu (freeway blockades and generally-pacified protest marches) actually fall short of what makes sense to people right now. Both on social media, in everyday encounters we’ve had, as well as in recent demonstrationsamong some of the newer Black activist cadres, folks right now seem to be much more interested in talking about the abolition of police than its reform or ‘community control’. We see this as a significant ‘ideological’ development (to speak loosely) that is encouraging, but which has so far failed to have any material consequences at the level of new practices. If we don’t want ‘better policing’ but rather to have police out of our lives, what sorts of experiments can respond to this collective need? What does it mean to give this theoretical and affective destitution of the police a practical face, one that corresponds to our currently low levels of material organization? This is the question that the current cycle of struggle is attempting to ask, and it’s one that calls for a practical answer.

At the same time, a cruel but apparently inexorable logic seems to ensure that virtually irrespective of its initial ‘radicality’, the more a certain tactic gets repeated, the more its impact tends to become purely symbolic.

The Washington Post reports that in some parts of this country over half of the demos in the past two years have blocked freeways. While it once pushed the limits of the thinkable and broke open a new terrain of struggle, the freeway blockade has become a knee-jerk impulse which, for all its historical rationale (highways were often instruments to deepen segregation), is beginning to feel like a flat routine. In Chicago, things reached the point that when the first Alton Sterling demo took place a week and a half ago, the police all-but-invited us to take over the I-94, knowing that at most we’d be out there a few minutes before leaving and going home. Our impression is that the situation isn’t altogether different elsewhere.

The more our methods become calcified and predictable, the more easily they are governed, assimilated, and neutralized. But even more importantly, the more our gestures fail to become worthy of the thought-event of the police’s destitution (i.e. their having been momentarily stripped of any veneer of legitimacy, through the exhibition of the raw violence that it served to conceal). For legitimacy can be stripped without the force of the police being truly deposed. For the latter to happen, we must manage to articulate concrete forms of living in which they exert no force, nor shape the economy of meaning around us. For this to happen, we must do more than abandon any residual reliance upon and faith in the police. We must create open-ended experiments in relating to one another where they aren’t.

Demolitionist Desire

As anyone who has ever spent any time at the massive autonomous territory at Notre-dame-des-landes in Western France (known as the ZAD or the Zone-to-defend) can tell you, the fact that police don’t enter the ZAD shapes the experience of being within it in an essential way. The problem cuts two ways, of course, since the mutilated structures of behavior and association we have internalized as governed subjects do not spontaneously disappear when the police withdraw. Even small experiments such as the one in Carbondale the other night reminded us at certain moments that hostilities within our communities will continue to surface in contexts of reduced state presence. Yet there is no mistaking the feeling one has when navigating a car or bike through the circuitous barricade architecture that marks the outer edges of the ZAD, and feeling the weight of the air change as you pass inside, just knowing that at least for a while, at least here, we needn’t worry about police checkpoints, stop-and-frisks, and all their attendant forms of everyday terror. The feeling is palpable: it feels like an opening of the possible.

In a different context, whose fate is no less uncertain as we write this, dozens of barricades remain in force across the state of Oaxaca, Mexico, as teachers and comrades of all ages push into their second month of frontal insurrection against the State. If the horizon of ‘abolitionism’ in our context remains a question mark at present—if its utility has not been sapped by liberals like Angela Davis and co.—then let it point to the struggle in Oaxaca, which is living abolitionism. For the barricades that dot the map of the region have the potential to rid their territory not only of the pestilence of police and politicians, they carry within them the potential to abolish the economy as well.

To defeat and then depose the police, to abolish the economy—this would the horizon of a superior abolitionism, or better yet, what a friend has elsewhere preferred to call “demolitionist desire”.

But we’re not there yet. We’re nowhere near the level of organized struggle seen in Oaxaca. To propose passing from the highway shutdowns going on now to the highway barricades seen down south would require a quantum leap in our organization that is difficult at present to imagine, if it were even desirable (the highway might, after all, be the least habitable space in the metropolitan fabric).

For now, we propose a diffuse experiment with cop-free-zones in spaces we stand a better chance of holding down and inhabiting, such as blocks in our neighborhoods. The latter presents the incomparable advantage that it can actually conceivably hold and materially be filled with collective life. But for this, a different series of questions must be placed at the forefront of anti-police struggle:

On the one hand, logistical questions—what resources would we need to hold out? who can cook for two dozen, for a hundred? who knows how to effectively circulate info throughout the immediate and remote parts of town? how can we safeguard our need for anonymity, resist the trap of the media spectacle, and still evade the wingnut caricatures thrust upon us by the state? if one such zone were able to be held for a longer duration, how could it propagate itself?

So-called ‘technical’ questions like these cannot be detached from social ones: how will we negotiate the ethical differences between us once the cops ceased to play a role? if we had to defend the zone against police, who on our blocks would we find ourselves standing alongside? The degree of trust and shared vision existing between folks who find themselves positioned differently by police violence will play an important role here. If those most targeted by police lynching have the impression that the white folks aren’t serious about defending the space, if our contingency plans aren’t adjusted appropriately to the degree of organization and the density of bonds between the different crews of folks going into it, then runs the risk of feeling more like a Custeristic provocation of the cops than an experiment in defending a space expressive of a real desire for collective life.

Still, our separation will not be overcome prior to engaging in such experiments. And yet, to tear a block or a whole neighborhood away from the forces of order and begin experimenting with collective forms of life, we actually needn’t share the same experiences of those forces we seek here to exclude (police, prisons, etc.). As was pointed out elsewhere,

“A police-free zone is not a ‘new world’, it is merely the collision of many. Many worlds smaller than that of police order and governance individually, but that perhaps together are capable of defending themselves. Of surviving a collision.”

We need to get away from the exhausted debate around ‘riots versus peaceful marches’, ‘violence and non-violence’, ‘safety versus risk’, etc. Our time is much better spent getting organized in the places where we already live in ways that can make pushing for experimental police-free zones a plausible potentiality. And anyway, from the moment we take hold of such a zone, questions that right now are too-often answered by reference to sterile ideological oppositions, or else by sorting people according to their ‘structural identities’, tend to be reshaped and concretized around the substantial situation in which we face the world together, here and now.

A police-free zone is not a model or a program, it brings no pre-formed utopia into being. It is an opening of the possible that clears a space of encounter, of intense inhabitation, an ‘undercommons’ ripped from the hands of the pacified metropolis, for as long as it can be held down. If the abolition of police is to become more than a slogan, its preparation must begin with small realities.

sábado, 20 de agosto de 2016


Di Giacomo Amadori

Una volta gli appassionati di Ufo erano considerati dei simpatici picchiatelli. Si armavano di cannocchiale, tenda e generi di prima necessità e si accampavano sulle colline in attesa di incontri ravvicinati del terzo tipo. Un' esperienza riservata a nerd e perdigiorno.
Ma adesso la fede negli Ufo sta coinvolgendo una fetta di classe dirigente trasversale e insospettabile, arruolata in una struttura sovranazionale non governativa che assomiglia molto a lobby e gruppi di pressione potenti e chiacchierati come la Trilaterale e il Bilderberg.

hillary clinton et ufo alieniHILLARY CLINTON ET UFO ALIENI
Il nome è impegnativo: «Organizzazione internazionale per i destini del mondo»; il quartiere generale si trova a Mosca. Ma sono coinvolte nel progetto importanti città come Washington, Londra, Pechino, Tel Aviv e Roma. Ne fanno parte militari, prelati, politici, manager, professionisti già inseriti in altre organizzazioni o legati dall' appartenenza a logge massoniche internazionali o a istituzioni vicine alla Chiesa cattolica.

Il principale denominatore comune è la fede in un Creatore e la convinzione che nell' Universo ci siano altre forme di intelligenza. Anzi molti dei suoi membri sono convinti che l' umanità sia una specie di prodotto di laboratorio di una civiltà extraterrestre superiore, che da millenni vigilerebbe su di noi.

A sostegno dell' esistenza degli alieni i predicatori del nuovo verbo fanno riferimento anche ai testi sacri e in particolare ad alcuni passi della Bibbia. Per esempio citano le parole di padre Corrado Balducci e di monsignor Gianfranco Basti, teologo e professore di filosofia della natura e della scienza presso la Pontificia università Lateranense, già collaboratore dell' Agenzia spaziale italiana.

In un' intervista tv Basti ha spiegato: «Ci sono ottime probabilità che in altre parti dell' Universo ci siano esseri intelligenti (…) Se prendiamo i primi capitoli della Genesi in cui si parla dei "giganti" da sempre si è ipotizzato che siano esseri extraterrestri con cui l' uomo è entrato in comunicazione nel primo periodo della sua era».

A Mosca si trova il «Centro per le informazioni, analisi e strategie delle situazioni» dipendente dal presidente della Federazione russa. La sede è un futuristico palazzo in periferia, con una grande sala situazione e mappe interattive in cui sono illuminate le aree critiche del pianeta. Al vertice della sezione che si occupa di Ufo c' è l' ex tenente generale in riserva Alexej Savin.

Il portavoce italiano è il lobbista Piergiorgio Bassi, imprenditore nelle pubbliche relazioni con ottime entrature in Vaticano e in politica. Viaggia spesso tra Roma e la Russia e ha favorito le comunicazioni e i rapporti tra gli uomini di Savin e il presidente dell' osservatorio vaticano, l' astronomo gesuita José Luis Funes. Sempre grazie a lui monsignor Basti è stato presso il centro di Mosca.

Bassi, seduto nel suo ufficio romano, sorride di fronte allo scetticismo del cronista: «Ormai la pensa come noi persino uno dei più stretti collaboratori del presidente Usa». In effetti il lobbista romano ha di recente incontrato a Roma John Podesta, ex capo di gabinetto di Bill Clinton, consigliere di Obama e capo della campagna elettorale della Clinton.

Dagospia ha intercettato Bassi e Podesta al ristorante pariolino Pescheria Rossini. Qui avrebbero discusso di affari, ma si sarebbero confrontati anche sui documenti riservati riguardanti la cosiddetta Area 51 e sui segreti riguardanti gli Ufo che in essa sarebbero custoditi. Podesta alla Cnn ha dichiarato: «Hillary Clinton se sarà presidente chiederà che i documenti in possesso del Governo vengano desecretati. Credo che sia un impegno che intende mantenere e io glielo farò presente».

Anche riguardo alle prove sull' esistenza della vita extraterrestre, le parole di Podesta sono state nette: «Sarà il pubblico a giudicare quando quelle in possesso del governo saranno rese pubbliche. Il popolo americano è in grado di affrontare la verità».

In diverse interviste la sua nuova capa, la Clinton, ha confermato che svelerà quanti più dossier possibili sull' argomento. Ma il gruppo sta lavorando affinché già Obama affronti la questione. Nel suo ufficio Bassi ci ricorda che anche l' ex presidente russo Dmitrj Medvedev avrebbe dichiarato: «Insieme con la valigetta con i codici nucleari, al presidente è data una cartella speciale "top secret". Che contiene informazioni sugli alieni che hanno visitato il nostro pianeta…».

Secondo alcuni testimoni Medvedev stava scherzando. Bassi sostiene che fosse serissimo e ci consiglia di guardare due filmati, «Secret dottrina volume 1 e 2», una summa delle teorie dell' organizzazione che descrivono l' evoluzione della terra e della specie umana in chiave aliena. Sullo stesso sito, dell' esperto Roberto Pinotti, è visibile il video russo «Strategia preliminare» in cui vengono contestati i governi occidentali e «i gruppi d' élite che manipolano l' umanità e che si presentano al mondo come i rappresentanti del "Nuovo ordine mondiale"».

Infatti l' organizzazione di Savin non solo crede negli Ufo, ma anche nella possibilità di cambiare il destino della Terra. A questo punto Bassi, esperto di questioni massoniche ed esoteriche, ci introduce al «Nuovo paradigma», la visione di un' umanità pronta a rilanciarsi e a eliminare le ingiustizie sociali con l' ausilio di scoperte tecnologiche delle civiltà extraterrestri su energia, sanità e trasporti.

L' espressione incredula del cronista non scoraggia Bassi, che rilancia: «Grazie ai rapporti con gli alieni in Russia riescono a prevedere eventi futuri, come attacchi terroristici, disastri ambientali e rivolgimenti politici». Annuncia violente eruzioni di Etna e Vesuvio per il 2017 e uno scisma nella Chiesa cattolica i cui segnali saranno evidenti nel 2018. «In certe riunioni riservate si parla anche di armi segrete dei governi». Di che cosa si tratta? Il lobbista assume un tono serio: «Stiamo parlando delle armi psicotroniche che venivano usate nella guerra fredda e che possono influenzare il pensiero delle persone a distanza di 12 mila chilometri.

Per questo quando Putin deve prendere una decisione importante si chiude in una stanza a prova di "onde psicotroniche"». Quindi Bassi ci mostra un sito Internet in cui si legge che l' ex generale Savin avrebbe dichiarato ad alcuni giornalisti della Pravda che «ricerche sul paranormale entrarono a far parte delle attività dell' esercito sovietico e del Kgb nel 1983, quando il ministro della Difesa di allora consentì l' addestramento di alcuni soldati per missioni paranormali...».


Bassi alcuni anni fa, come rivelò Panorama, si confrontò su questi temi anche con il fondatore del Movimento5 stelle, recentemente scomparso, Gianroberto Casaleggio: «Ma oggi sono molti i politici interessati agli argomenti dell' organizzazione».

jueves, 4 de agosto de 2016

URGENT Call to Support Our Frontlines – Camp of The Sacred Stones, USA

Dakota Access (Enbridge) has given notice to Standing Rock that they plan to start construction on the Missouri River on the morning of Friday August 5th 2016.
The Camp of the Sacred Stones is calling for everyone who is available to come join the frontlines.
Wednesday morning Dakota Access sent a 48 hour construction notice to the Standing Rock tribe. Now is the time to come stand with them. Calling all earth & water defenders! Protect sacred water!
Four tribes are suing but the State will not force the company to stop. In the meantime, while the lawsuits are being addressed, people must stop them to buy time. This is as clear of a purpose for Direct Action as you will ever see. Donate online if you can’t come to the camp but what is really what is needed is bodies to hold the line. This is no different from the Keystone XL which 125,000 people pledged to resist. Where is everyone? Do we need multi-million dollar marketing campaigns to feel the urgency? Contact the camp if you can support in anyway possible.
Stand strong No Dakota Access in Treaty Territory – Camp of the Sacred Stones! Rising up in protection of Unci Maka and the sacred!!

If you are not able to go to the Camp consider organizing an action at a local Enbridge Office or pipeline near you!! We must come together against the Dakota
Access Pipeline !
How to help? Donate. Get your boots on the ground! Get to the CAMP or organize a SOLIDARITY event. Flood their phones with the Call-In Campaign.

Flood their phone lines to let them know where we stand! Once you call please comment on the event and describe any comments you received.
Call the Army Corps of Engineers
Col. John Henderson 402-995-2229
Eileen Williamsion 402-995-2417
Flood their phones & tell them to stop the Dakota Access Pipeline! Share this and spread it far and wide!