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Reports of the NWO's demise have, alas, been greatly exaggerated.

NWO backed Cory Booker wins US Senate race in New Jersey.

http://apnews.myway.com/article/20131017/DA9FTB180.html

"Democrat Cory Booker has won a special election to represent New Jersey in the U.S. Senate through next year, but the rising political star will have to return to the campaign trail almost immediately to run for a full term.

Booker, 44, defeated conservative Steve Lonegan on Wednesday after an aggressive two-month race to finish the term of Sen. Frank Lautenberg, who died in office in June at age 89.

The Newark mayor takes to Washington a national profile - boosted by a strong social media presence, frequent television appearances and his status as a surrogate for Barack Obama during the president's 2012 re-election campaign - just as the federal government begins functioning again after a 16-day shutdown.

With state funding dwindling, he has used private fundraising, including a $100 million pledge from Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, to run programs in Newark, a strategy that has brought him both fame and criticism."
(10-18-2013 05:55 AM)Roland Bates Wrote: [ -> ]Reports of the NWO's demise have, alas, been greatly exaggerated.

NWO backed Cory Booker wins US Senate race in New Jersey.

http://apnews.myway.com/article/20131017/DA9FTB180.html

"Democrat Cory Booker has won a special election to represent New Jersey in the U.S. Senate through next year, but the rising political star will have to return to the campaign trail almost immediately to run for a full term.

Booker, 44, defeated conservative Steve Lonegan on Wednesday after an aggressive two-month race to finish the term of Sen. Frank Lautenberg, who died in office in June at age 89.

The Newark mayor takes to Washington a national profile - boosted by a strong social media presence, frequent television appearances and his status as a surrogate for Barack Obama during the president's 2012 re-election campaign - just as the federal government begins functioning again after a 16-day shutdown.

With state funding dwindling, he has used private fundraising, including a $100 million pledge from Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, to run programs in Newark, a strategy that has brought him both fame and criticism."

Booker's tenure in Newark is marked by two things; failure and publicity stunts. He failed to make any progress on the violence, crime and poverty there. He failed to make any measurable improvement in education; Newark already spends more per student than most places in the entire country, and even with Zuckerberg's $100 million they most assuredly will still have an awful dropout rate and abysmal test scores. But he sure did succeed at publicity stunts such as shoveling old lady's driveways in the winter and camping out a couple nights in an RV on dangerous corners ostensibly to bring attention to or to dissuade criminals in the area. He was also very good at getting on TV thanks to his sugar momma Oprah.

The people of Newark, at least the ones I know and have spoken to, do not like Booker. They think he failed them, and they have been saying for years that they believe (like most other people) he was just using Newark as a stepping stone to Washington D.C.
Quote:Reports of the NWO's demise have, alas, been greatly exaggerated.

well. Internationally I think they are weakening.

they still have a iron grip in the country of origin though.
(10-18-2013 05:55 AM)Roland Bates Wrote: [ -> ]Reports of the NWO's demise have, alas, been greatly exaggerated.

NWO backed Cory Booker wins US Senate race in New Jersey.

http://apnews.myway.com/article/20131017/DA9FTB180.html

"Democrat Cory Booker has won a special election to represent New Jersey in the U.S. Senate through next year, but the rising political star will have to return to the campaign trail almost immediately to run for a full term.

Booker, 44, defeated conservative Steve Lonegan on Wednesday after an aggressive two-month race to finish the term of Sen. Frank Lautenberg, who died in office in June at age 89.

The Newark mayor takes to Washington a national profile - boosted by a strong social media presence, frequent television appearances and his status as a surrogate for Barack Obama during the president's 2012 re-election campaign - just as the federal government begins functioning again after a 16-day shutdown.

With state funding dwindling, he has used private fundraising, including a $100 million pledge from Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, to run programs in Newark, a strategy that has brought him both fame and criticism."

These dupes are amazing, voting in the same guy for the better part of 30 years until he dies in office. This type of mentality, to continue voting the same person in as society turns to shit around you, is truly mind blowing.
(10-18-2013 12:04 PM)EVILYOSHIDA Wrote: [ -> ]
Quote:Reports of the NWO's demise have, alas, been greatly exaggerated.

well. Internationally I think they are weakening.

they still have a iron grip in the country of origin though.

Countries of origin. England and the US.
​Justice Dept. files new charges against former Blackwater guards for Iraq attack
The US Justice Department has levied new charges against four former Blackwater Worldwide security contractors over a 2007 shooting in Baghdad that killed 17 Iraqis. The new indictments follow 2008 manslaughter and weapons violations charges that were dismissed by a federal judge who ruled the Justice Department withheld evidence from a grand jury, violating the guards' constitutional rights. A federal appeals court reinstated the case in 2011, saying the dismissal was the result of a misinterpretation of the law. The guards, hired to protect US diplomats, are accused of opening fire in the crowded Nisoor Square on Sept. 16, 2007. Prosecutors say the Blackwater, now known as Academi, convoy used machine guns and grenades in an unprovoked attack. Defense lawyers say their clients were ambushed by insurgents.
(10-18-2013 05:33 PM)EVILYOSHIDA Wrote: [ -> ]​Justice Dept. files new charges against former Blackwater guards for Iraq attack
The US Justice Department has levied new charges against four former Blackwater Worldwide security contractors over a 2007 shooting in Baghdad that killed 17 Iraqis. The new indictments follow 2008 manslaughter and weapons violations charges that were dismissed by a federal judge who ruled the Justice Department withheld evidence from a grand jury, violating the guards' constitutional rights. A federal appeals court reinstated the case in 2011, saying the dismissal was the result of a misinterpretation of the law. The guards, hired to protect US diplomats, are accused of opening fire in the crowded Nisoor Square on Sept. 16, 2007. Prosecutors say the Blackwater, now known as Academi, convoy used machine guns and grenades in an unprovoked attack. Defense lawyers say their clients were ambushed by insurgents.

Jeremy Scahill on Blackwater



cops shoot mentally handicapped man

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=b13_1382058761
Assassination pushes Libya towards civil war two years after Gaddafi death

Fighting rages in Benghazi as Tripoli braces for fallout from the kidnapping of prime minister Ali Zaidan



http://http://www.theguardian.com/world/...i-benghazi

Quote:Libya marks the second anniversary of the death of Muammar Gaddafi with the country on the brink of a new civil war and fighting raging in the eastern city of Benghazi, birthplace of its Arab spring revolution.

Violence between radical militias and regular forces broke out on Friday night and continued yesterday, while the capital Tripoli is braced for fallout from the kidnapping earlier this month of prime minister Ali Zaidan. Federalists in Cyrenaica, home to most of Libya's oil, open their own independent parliament in Benghazi this week, in a step that may herald the breakup of the country.

For months, radical militias and regular forces in Benghazi have fought a tit-for-tat war. Last week two soldiers had their throats slit as they slept in an army base. But Friday's killing of Libya's military police commander, Ahmed al-Barghathi, shot as he left a mosque, has became the trigger for wider violence. Hours after an assassination branded a "heinous act" by US ambassador Deborah Jones, armed units stormed the Benghazi home of a prominent militia commander, Wissam Ben Hamid, with guns and rockets.

Fighting continued into the night, with army units heading for the home of a second militia commander, Ahmed Abu Khattala, indicted by the US for the killing of US ambassador Chris Stevens last year. There, they were turned back by powerful militia units.

"There's fighting everywhere, checkpoints everywhere, I've moved my wife and children to somewhere safe," said one Benghazi businessman, Mohammed, who declined to give his second name.

Ben Hamid went on live television to insist he had no role in the killing of al-Barghathi, and vowed reprisals against those who destroyed his home.

Libya's militias are in the spotlight as never before, in a country racked by violence and economic stagnation. Zaidan has blamed the Revolutionaries Control Room, headquarters for the biggest militia – Libya Shield – for his kidnapping 10 days ago, promising harsh measures once the Eid religious holiday week ends.

Shield forces deployed in the capital denied staging the abduction, but their units were this weekend fortifying their positions in fear of attack.

The trigger for this spiralling violence was the arrest two weeks ago by Delta Force commandos of al-Qaida suspect, Anas al Liby, from his Tripoli home. That arrest has polarised opinion between supporters and opponents of Zeidan, and Nato, which bombed the rebels to victory in the 2011 Arab spring, has found itself in the hot seat over plans to train a new government army. Britain is to join the US and Italy in training Libyan army cadres at a base in Cambridgeshire.

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any tard who supports these "humanitarian" wars is an accessory to a war crime at this point.

the results are too obvious.

all these countries are worse off.

500K dead in IRAQ

500K!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Hong Kong (CNN) -- Sorry, no Chinese researchers allowed! Oh wait, seems like that was a misunderstanding. Please do come.
NASA's management apparently misinterpreted a security law when it barred Chinese researchers from attending the space agency's Kepler Science Conference in November, China's state-run Xinhua news agency reported Sunday. Xinhua said NASA sent a letter to Chinese scientists inviting them back and cited excerpts from the letter.
NASA did not immediately respond to a request for comment early Sunday morning.
The confusion apparently stemmed from a U.S. law passed in 2011 that prevents NASA funds from being used to collaborate with China or to host Chinese visitors at its facilities.
NASA had announced that Chinese nationals would not be allowed to attend the conference for NASA's Kepler space telescope program at the Ames Research Center due to national security.
The space telescope has been searching for planets outside of our solar system.
Earlier this month, China slammed NASA for its decision to ban Chinese scholars from the conference, calling it "discriminatory."
Gong Li, an official with the Party School of the China Central Committee's Communist party, said the ban was similar to previous U.S. action against the former Soviet Union during the Cold War. He said it also illustrated U.S. fear of China's fast development.
NASA didn't release an official statement on its website due to the U.S. government's partial shutdown earlier this month.
But some U.S. scientists joined in decrying the decision and called for a boycott of the conference.
"In good conscience, I cannot attend a meeting that discriminates in this way. The meeting is about planets located trillions of miles away, with no national security implications," Geoff Marcy, an astronomy professor at the University of California, Berkeley, wrote in an e-mail to the organizers.
^In addition to being a Party Apparatchik, Gong Li is also a beautiful and talented actress.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gong_Li

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she's holding up well for being close to 50.

they are also using mistresses now to catch corrupt politicians.

full scale crackdown in progress!
The following story struck a chord with me, since I also recently experienced an unfortunate boating accident, in which all my precious metals were lost.

http://www.reviewjournal.com/news/wayne-...-lake-mead

"Mr. Las Vegas’ yacht sleeps with the fishes.

A 65-foot luxury houseboat belonging to Wayne Newton filled with water and sank Friday morning at a marina on the Arizona side of Lake Mead.

No one was on board the boat named Rendezvous when it went down stern-first in about 45 feet of water, leaving the bow sticking straight up out of the water in a covered slip at Temple Bar Marina.

A salvage crew is expected to raise the yacht later this week. Investigators will try to determine what went wrong.

Christie Vanover, spokeswoman for Lake Mead National Recreation Area, said preliminary indications point to “equipment failure” but the National Park Service will also check the boat for signs of “foul play.”

Vanover said a marina employee noticed something wrong with the boat at about 9 a.m. Friday. It sank 20 minutes later.

No one was injured in the incident.

Vanover couldn’t remember the last time such a large boat sank in Lake Mead.

“It’s infrequent,” she said.

It was the latest setback for the 71-year-old Newton, who hasn’t had much reason to sing “Danke Schoen” lately.

In June, he had to move out of Casa de Shenandoah, his home since 1968, after a long and ugly legal fight over plans to turn the 38-acre estate at the corner of Sunset and Pecos roads into a tourist attraction.

In recent years, he’s been slapped with lawsuits accusing him of failing to pay his bills for everything from a Cadillac to $32,384 worth of hay for his stable of horses.

A dispute over unpaid parking fees at a Michigan airport eventually led to Newton’s private jet being disassembled, transported and reassembled at his Las Vegas estate.

In 1992, Newton filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy after accumulating an estimated $20 million in debts, including the cost of a lengthy libel lawsuit he brought against NBC for reports in the early 1980s linking him to organized crime.

In August 2005, the IRS came after him, alleging that he and his wife owed more than $1.8 million in taxes and penalties."
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