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The Genius of Stanley Kubrick and His Hidden Codes


Originally posted on The Yellow Brick Road Free Blog:

I just saw a documentary that obliterated my cranium. It’s the best nonfiction film I’ve seen all year: Room 237, screened at the New York Film Festival. Directed by Rodney Ascher, Room 237 is an examination of five “secret meanings” within Stanley Kubrick’s 1980 psychological horror-thriller The Shining.

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The ten countries that “hate” the United States


The ten countries that “hate” the United States

The ‘exporting democracy’ applying U.S. President Barack Obama, following in the footsteps of his predecessors, has caused the people of various countries adamantly disapprove of Washington politics.

Both the Obama Administration, like the image of the country in general, suffers from severe fluctuations both in the same U.S. territory, and in the international arena. While, despite the revelations of Edward Snowden , most U.S. allies still at his side, in the world there are several countries that “hate” Washington, the newspaper reported ‘ 24/7 Wall St ‘ .

1. Palestinian Territories Index disapproval of U.S. policies: 80% Four out of five Palestinians disapproved of U.S. policy, which is the worst perception of U.S. worldwide. The cause of this situation is the U.S. support for Israel in the framework of its conflict with Palestine . In addition, Hamas, the organization that governs the territory of the Gaza Strip since 2007, is considered by the U.S. and the EU as a “terrorist organization.”

2. Pakistan Index disapproval of U.S. policies: 73% Relations with Pakistan have been strained since 2001, when after the terrorist attacks of 11-S Washington became Pakistan in the field of search operations leader Al Qaeda, Osama bin Laden and the war in Afghanistan against the Taliban, who then ruled the neighboring country. Already in 2009, 59% of the Pakistani people saw the U.S. as a bully and a larger than itself Al Qaeda threat. Latest Gallup polls reveal that this trend continues.

3. Lebanon Index disapproval of U.S. policies: 71% Like many countries disapprove of the American line, the Lebanon has a long history of conflict with Israel, which explains that Lebanese criticize Washington.

4. Yemen index disapproval of U.S. policies: 69% Over 100 Yemeni nationals held in Guantánamo have been in recent years. Relations between the two countries are so tense that the U.S. State Department advised its citizens to avoid travel to Yemen due to the extremely high security threat level.

5. Iraq Index disapproval of U.S. policies: 67% The long history of conflict between the U.S. and Iraq -from the 1991 Gulf War until the Iraq War (2003 – 2011) – which killed hundreds of thousands of Iraqis, including civilians, has contributed significantly to the negative reviews about Washington. For U.S. citizens “Travel the country is extremely dangerous due to civil unrest and the threat of kidnappings and terrorist attacks.”

6. Egypt index disapproval of U.S. policies: 57% A list of countries “not recommended for travel”, the U.S. State Department has also added to Egypt, “because of the instability and violence across the country.”

7. Slovenia Index disapproval of U.S. policies: 57% Although the U.S. State Department states that the two countries have a strong relationship, more than half of the citizens of Slovenia criticize Washington’s policies. It is noteworthy that among the nations with the highest disapproval ratings of U.S., Slovenia is one who is a member of NATO .

8. Iran Index disapproval of U.S. policies: 56% Tehran has long been at odds with Washington, and more recently by the Iranian nuclear program. The two countries have no diplomatic relations since 1980. Additionally, political analysts have established that the EU sanctions and the U.S., which caused some of the economic problems of the country and had serious consequences for much of the population, led to more resentment towards the U.S.

9. Tunisia Index disapproval of U.S. policies: 54% Although the U.S. provided $ 400 million in financial aid to “establish democracy” in the country since 2011, more than half of the population disapproves of Washington politics. The animosity toward the North American country in Tunisia culminated in the sacking of the U.S. Embassy in the capital in 2012. Recent polls confirm the same trend among Tunisians .

10 . Libya Index disapproval of U.S. policies: 94% The U.S. regrets that the people of Libya to go unpunished by the destruction and genocide against Great Jamahiriya more than 240,000 dead, 2 million exiles and over 30,000 political prisoners and denounced to have disappeared over 220 tons of gold and more than 280 billion dollars from the coffers of the Libyan people.

source:actualidad.rt.com

Hillary Clinton accused shoe-thrower linked to Colorado mass shooter James Holmes


Originally posted on The Yellow Brick Road Free Blog:

BY DAN FRIEDMAN LARRY MCSHANE 

Alison Michelle Ernst, charged with throwing a sneaker at Hillary Clinton during a convention speech Thursday, has been escorted by security guards before. She made a scene in Colorado in 2012 at a hearing for James Holmes, the mass shooter who attacked a movie theater showing a ‘Batman’ movie.

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Air Force Decides to “Cut Power” to HAARP By June


Originally posted on Chemtrails: The Exotic Weapon:

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The White House Office of Science and Technology Policy organized a meeting Feb. 26 of federal agencies with an interest in ionospheric research, hoping to develop options to save HAARP. The 30-acre field of antennas, power plant and associated buildings is about 15 miles from Glennallen along the Tok Cutoff near Gakona.

Mixed signals emerged from that February session. At first, it appeared that research agencies might have two or three years to develop a business plan. But then the Air Force said it wanted to cut the power when a final research project wraps up next month. *** Continue

HAARP Facility in Gakona, AK

HAARP Facility in Gakona, AK

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