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Did CIA/Al Qaeda Destroy The 2,000 Yr Old Jobar Synagogue?

The holiest Jewish site in Syria – the 2,000-year-old Jobar Synagogue in Damascus – has been looted and burned, and its roof blown off. The Syrian army and rebel forces have both blamed each other for the demolition of the historic landmark. It is believed that the Jobar Synagogue, one of the world’s oldest, was built atop a cave where the Prophet Elijah once hid from persecution. One of the earliest histor ...

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North American Union – Whether You Want It Or NOT!!

On January 4, 2012, the insurgent infiltrator, Barry Soetoro, sent a memo to Homeland Security, putting an end to any illusion of border security and  instituting a blanket amnesty for any and all who would care to stroll across our southern border and shove their faces into the trough. The number of illegals within the United States has, for the past few years, been reported to be at 11 million.  Now we fi ...

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A Nation Of Sheep Being Led To Slaughter

America is coming to a nexus point in our history.  As I established in Part 3, America has already entered the second of three stages on the path to revolution. I emphatically have called for nonviolent resistance against the bankers who have hijacked our government. However, I also provided a caveat which clearly stated that if the globalists initiate a major false flag operation, or a series of false fla ...

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Did EPA Use Instant Messages To Avoid Sunshine Laws?

Top Environmental Protection Agency officials used computer instant messages to try to circumvent open-records laws, according to a lawsuit filed by a researcher who has been hounding the agency to comply with the law. Christopher C. Horner, the researcher who earlier uncovered that EPA officials were using private email addresses to conduct official business, said that in going over some of those earlier r ...

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New Study Suggests Disturbing Link Between Fracking and LARGE Earthquakes

There has been an ongoing battle between researchers and the natural gas and oil industries over whether or not hydraulic fracturing (fracking) is definitively leading to an increase in earthquake activity. Since September of 2010, nearly 1,000 earthquakes have rattled Arkansas and the area around the New Madrid Fault Line. Previous to this, Arkansas had a total of 38 quakes in 2009. Yet two cities, Greenbr ...

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Obama’s Game Of Drones

A few years back when our military first began using Unmanned Aerial Vehicles for surveillance in our many wars of conquest, nobody on this side of the ocean had any real problems with it, including me.  Some while later the powers that be figured they might as well step it up a notch since they got no resistance from the roll out; so they armed the little darlings with rockets so that all our new generatio ...

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Officer Convicted In Shooting Death Becomes Police Chief

A former Bella Vista police officer who served jail time after shooting a suspect to death was sworn in as a police chief Monday night. When Coleman Brackney took over as Sulphur Springs’ chief, it was the first time Coleman put on a police uniform since he was fired from the Bella Vista Police Department in 2010. Coleman was convicted that year of negligent homicide and served about one month in jail. A di ...

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Latest Green Levy Is ‘Stealth Tax On Families’

A green tax that comes into effect today will drive tens of thousands of families into fuel poverty, experts warn. The ‘carbon price floor’ is designed to ensure suppliers use less gas, coal and oil – but has been described as a ‘stealth poll tax’ on individuals and businesses. Analysts say the levy on the production of electricity from fossil fuels will account for an 8 per cent rise on household bills in ...

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White House Says It’s Not On War Footing While Moving Vessels Closer To North Korea

As analysts try to weigh the weight in North Korea's military posturing, the U.S. has made a show of increasing its military hardware in South Korea. A U.S. Navy missile defense ship is currently stationed southwest of the Korean Peninsula, and a sea-going radar could soon be moved into position to keep close watch on North Korea's launch site for long-range missiles, reports CBS News correspondent David Ma ...

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LIFE SUPPORT: 5 of 10 Top Economies in the World Drop the Dollar

The U.S Dollar is quickly losing its status as the world reserve currency. Five of the top ten economies in the world, plus a few others, no longer use the dollar as an intermediary currency for trade. This trend poses a huge risk to the dollar and the United States along with it. ZeroHedge points out today that Australia, the world's 12th-ranked economy, has now joined a growing list of nations that have a ...

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DEHUMANIZATION: Police Pepper Sprayed Babies, Lawsuit Claims

Police brutality stories are legion, and the epidemic of hostile encounters is only increasing as police become increasingly militarized. The mindset between a true law enforcement officer and those who view their terrain as a battlefield cannot be overstated. Beyond all of their new toys to inflict "distress," a.k.a. non-lethal weapons, the minds of many police have been brainwashed to perceive a constant ...

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Obama’s Eligibility Appealed In Alabama Court

Many cases challenging Barack Obama’s presidential eligibility have come and gone, but now an appeal has been filed with a state Supreme Court led by a newly elected chief justice who has expressed doubt about Obama’s qualification for office. Roy Moore was elected chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court last November, a decade after he defied a federal order to remove a Ten Commandments monument from th ...

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