The Saker: The Truth About Srebrenica 20 Years Later

Originally posted on Co-Creating Our Future on Planet Earth:

This past week the world was reminded that it has been 20 years since the events following the Bosnian Serb Army’s entry into Srebrenica and today I am posting a special report about this event which I personally consider of absolutely crucial importance in world history not only because of the large number of people who died in this event, but also because it served as the pretext for the first completely illegal war of aggression by the US/NATO which attacked the Bosnian Serbs in violation of the UN Charter. All the subsequence wars of aggression of the Empire (Yugoslavia, Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, Syria, Yemen, etc.) have their prototype in the war against the Bosnian-Serbs.

I can personally attest that doubts about what really happened (or not) in Srebrenica were voiced in, shall we say, “well informed circles” within days of the Bosnian-Serb conquest of the city. I cannot name these circles…

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Afghan war costs American taxpayers $4 million per hour – study

Originally posted on WebInvestigatorKK:


New data shows that America’s war in Afghanistan is costing taxpayers roughly $4 million an hour, despite the Obama administration’s drawdown of troops leaving only 10,000 soldiers in the country.

Despite the colossal cost, the Obama administration and Afghan leadership both recognize the war will only end with peace negotiations, according to observers.

More than $700 billion has been spent on the Afghan war since the George W. Bush administration authorized the invasion in 2001, including more than $35 billion in fiscal year 2015, according to figures from the National Priorities Project, a non-profit, non-partisan federal budget research group.

The initial budget for the Afghan war was over $20 billion for 2001/02. The budget dropped to $14 billion over the next two years as spending was shifted to the war in Iraq. Expenditures on the Afghan war took a back seat to Iraq war spending before ballooning to more…

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LAWS IN AMERICA MOST DON’T KNOW, BUT SHOULD // [This partly applies to countries with Rothschild owned central banking systems]

Originally posted on Johnsono ne'Blog'as:


The IRS is not a US government agency it is an agency of the IMF (International Monetary Fund)
(Diversified Metal Products v I.R.S et al. CV-93-405E-EJE U.S.D.C.D.I., Public Law 94-564, Senate report 94-1148 pg. 5967, Reorganization Plan No. 26, Public Law 102-391)

The IMF (International Monetary Fund) is an agency of the U.N.
(Black’s Law Dictionary 6th Ed. page 816)

The United States has NOT had a Treasury since 1921
(41 Stat. Ch 214 page 654)

The U.S. Treasury is now the IMF (International Monetary Fund)
(Presidential Documents Volume 24-No. 4 page 113, 22 U.S.C. 285-2887)

The United States does not have any employees because there is no longer a United States! No more reorganizations. After over 200 years of bankruptcy it is finally over.
(Executive Order 12803)

The FCC, CIA, FBI, NASA, and all of the other alphabet gangs were never…

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Betrayed, Abandoned, Sentenced to Death: SAIF GADDAFI – The Man Who Could Have Brought Liberty to LIBYA…

Originally posted on the burning blogger of bedlam:

“We delayed building a stronger army or buying new weapons,” Saif Gaddafi explained to RTin July 2011, in the midst of the collapse of his nation, “because we thought ‘we will not have to fight again’; because the Europeans and the Americans are our friends  now…”
He had been wrong about that of course, as had his father; and the sense of betrayal and shock on Saif’s part was palpable.
And now it is declared that it should be ‘death by firing squad’ for the man who was once thought to be Libya’s best hope for democracy and reform…

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MPL responsible for talks on the situation in Libya

MPL responsible for talks on the situation in Libya