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10-24-2019, 06:08 PM
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Millennial cured of Cancer on Trump's right to try experimental drug program. , thanks Trump, (was trained to die by the left "Obamacare)
A millennial woman who credits the “Right to Try” law in helping her battle cancer thanked President Trump for backing the legislation during a lively appearance at Wednesday's Faith and Freedom Coalition conference.

Natalie Harp, who has battled stage 2 bone cancer for most of her life and was left wheelchair-bound and in excruciating pain following a nurse's medical mistake in 2015, was invited onstage in the middle of President Trump's remarks.

“We all know the story of the Good Samaritan. Well, I was that victim on the side of the road, a victim of medical error,” Harp said. “My Good Samaritan, President Donald J. Trump, he saw me there and he didn’t walk by, he stopped.”

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10-26-2019, 11:49 AM
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(10-24-2019 03:18 PM)pug-thug Wrote:  ^ GOOD IF TRUE

hopefully it's not a case of moving troops from one region to another
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Hundreds Massacred


This is not just speculation. CNN made it plain when it reported the following in an undeniably blunt passage, citing anonymous U.S. senior military officials:

“The US military has long had military advisers embedded with the Syrian Democratic Forces near the Syrian oil fields at Deir Ezzoir ever since the area was captured from ISIS. The loss of those oil fields denied ISIS a major source of revenue, a one-time source of funds that has differentiated the organization from other terror groups.

The oil fields are assets that have also been long sought after by Russia and the Assad regime, which is strapped for cash after years of civil war. Both Moscow and Damascus hope to use oil revenues to help rebuild western Syria and solidify the regime’s hold.

In a bid to seize the oil fields, Russian mercenaries attacked the areas, leading to a clash that saw dozens if not hundreds of Russian mercenaries killed in U.S.airstrikes,
an episode that Trump has touted as proof he is tough on Russia. That action helped deter Russian or regime forces from making similar bids for the oil fields.

The U.S.forces near the oil fields remain in place and senior military officials had previously told CNN that they would likely be among the last to leave Syria.”

CNN thus acknowledged that the U.S. military had killed up to “hundreds” of Syrian and Russia-backed fighters seeking to gain access to Syria’s oil fields. It massacred these fighters not for humanitarian reasons, but to prevent the Syrian government from using “oil revenues to help rebuild western Syria.”

This shockingly direct admission flew in the face of the popular myth that the U.S. was keeping troops in Syria to protect Kurds from an assault by NATO member Turkey.

The CNN report was an apparent reference to the Battle of Khasham, a little known but important episode in the eight-year international proxy war on Syria.

The battle unfolded on Feb. 7, 2018, when the Syrian military and its allies launched an attack to try to retake major oil and gas reserves in Syria’s Deir ez-Zour governorate, which were being occupied by American troops and their Kurdish proxies.

The New York Times seemed to revel in the news that the U.S. military massacred 200 to 300 fighters after hours of “merciless airstrikes from the United States.”

The Times repeatedly stressed that Deir ez-Zour is “oil-rich.” And it cited anonymous U.S. officials who claimed that many of the slaughtered fighters were Russian nationals from the private military company the Wagner Group. These unnamed “American intelligence officials” told the Times that the alleged Russian fighters were “in Syria to seize oil and gas fields and protect them on behalf of the Assad government.”

The Times noted that U.S. special operations forces from JSOC were working with Kurdish forces at an outpost next to Syria’s important Conoco gas plant. The Kurdish-led SDF had seized this facility from ISIS in 2017 with the help of the U.S.military. The Wall Street Journal noted at the time that the “plant is capable of producing nearly 450 tons of gas a day,” and was one of ISIS’ most important sources of funding.

The newspaper added, “The Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces, backed by U.S.-led coalition airstrikes, are racing against the regime of President Bashar al-Assad for territorial gains in Syria’s east.” The commodities monitoring websites MarketWatch and OilPrice.com were closely following the story and analyzing which forces would take over one of Syria’s most important gas plants.

Starving Syria of Oil & Wheat

For the Syrian government, regaining control over its oil and gas reserves in the eastern part of its territory is crucial to paying for reconstruction efforts and social programs — especially at a time when suffocating U.S. and EU sanctions have crippled the economy, caused fuel shortages, and severely hurt Syria’s civilian population.

The U.S. has aimed to prevent Damascus from retaking profitable territory, starving it of natural resources from fossil fuels to basic foodstuffs.

In 2015, then-President Barack Obama deployed U.S. troops to northeastern Syria on the grounds of helping the Kurdish militia the People’s Protection Units (YPG) fight ISIS. What started as several dozen U.S. special operations forces quickly ballooned into some 2,000 troops, largely stationed in northeastern Syria.

As these U.S. soldiers enabled the YPG retake territory from ISIS, they solidified Washington’s control over nearly one-third of Syrian sovereign territory — territory that just so happened to include 90 percent of Syria’s oil, as well as 70 percent of its wheat.

The U.S. subsequently forced the Kurdish-led YPG to rebrand as the SDF, and then treated them as proxies to try to weaken the Syrian government and its allies Iran and Russia.

In June, Reuters confirmed that Kurdish-led authorities had agreed to stop selling wheat to Damascus, after the U.S. pressured them to do so.

The Grayzone has reported how the Center for a New American Security, a leading Democratic Party foreign policy think tank bankrolled by the U.S. and NATO, proposed using the “wheat weapon” to starve Syria’s civilian population.

A former Pentagon researcher-turned-senior fellow at the think tank declared openly, “Wheat is a weapon of great power in this next phase of the Syrian conflict.” He added, “It can be used to apply pressure on the Assad regime, and through the regime on Russia, to force concessions in the UN-led diplomatic process.”

Trump appeared to echo this strategy in his Oct. 21 cabinet meeting.

“We want to keep the oil, and we’ll work something out with the Kurds so that they have some money, have some cashflow,” he said. “Maybe we’ll have one of our big oil companies to go in and do it properly.”

While Trump has pledged to bring U.S. soldiers home and end their military occupation of Syrian territory – which is illegal under international law – it is evident that the broader regime change war continues.

A brutal economic war on Damascus is escalating, not only through sanctions but through the theft of Syria’s natural treasures by foreign powers.

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10-28-2019, 04:47 PM
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#US troops convoy getting about in NE #Syria now! They took the oil! These thieves just took the oil!

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10-28-2019, 05:04 PM
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Of course Syria really doesn't have that much oil, America is just taking it to starve Syria and prevent them from rebuilding the country and to help finance islamist rebel groups.
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10-29-2019, 03:17 AM
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(10-28-2019 05:04 PM)Skookum Charlie Wrote:  Of course Syria really doesn't have that much oil, America is just taking it to starve Syria and prevent them from rebuilding the country and to help finance islamist rebel groups.

I think it is more about offshore gas, west of Syria in the Mediterranean, than the oil in the east of the country.
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10-29-2019, 04:11 AM
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In Chicago, Trump calls the city an embarrassment to the US

CHICAGO (AP) — President Donald Trump used a conference of police chiefs on Monday to slam the host city as “embarrassing to us as a nation” under the leadership of its top cop, who skipped the event over disagreements with Trump’s immigration policies.

Trump has frequently criticized Chicago for its crime problems and status as a sanctuary city, one of scores of cities around the country that refuse to work with federal authorities to round up people who are living in the U.S. illegally.

“It’s embarrassing to us as a nation,” Trump said. “All over the world they’re talking about Chicago. Afghanistan is a safe place by comparison.”

Trump also lashed out at Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson, who angered Chicago’s police by skipping Trump’s first appearance in the city as president.

“More than anyone else he should be here, because maybe he could maybe learn something,” Trump said, claiming Johnson puts the needs of illegal immigrants above the needs of the law-abiding residents of Chicago.

“Those are his values and frankly those values to me are a disgrace,” Trump said, vowing to never to give priority to the needs of illegal immigrants. “I want Eddie Johnson to change his values and to change them fast.”

Chicago’s police department had no immediate comment on Trump’s remarks.

Johnson’s decision to skip Trump’s address angered the city’s chapter of the Fraternal Order of Police, which said in a Facebook post that “such a gesture would be an insult to both President Trump and the office of the presidency itself and would be a mark of disgrace upon the city throughout the entire nation, including Mayor Lori Lightfoot.” Lightfoot has also refused to meet with Trump while he is in her city.

Then FOP Lodge 7, which represents rank-and-file Chicago police officers, announced that it had cast a vote of no confidence in Johnson.

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https://apnews.com/e1e156deb2004bd49ee40bf9af4c73ec
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10-30-2019, 02:48 AM
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(10-29-2019 04:11 AM)pilgrim Wrote:  Then FOP Lodge 7, which represents rank-and-file Chicago police officers, announced that it had cast a vote of no confidence in Johnson.

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https://apnews.com/e1e156deb2004bd49ee40bf9af4c73ec

Masonic Civil War. Cleaning out the commies. The rank and file are behind Trump 100%. Remember, the first speech he gave after Inauguration Day was at Communists In Action HQ:

Quote:"I will tell you, final time -- although I will say it, when you let in your thousands of other people that have been trying to come in -- because I am coming back -- we’re going to have to get you a larger room. (Applause.) We may have to get you a larger room. You know? And maybe, maybe, it will be built by somebody that knows how to build, and we won’t have columns. (Laughter.) You understand that? (Applause.) We get rid of the columns." https://www.cbsnews.com/news/trump-cia-s...ranscript/

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― Philip K. Dick, Flow My Tears, the Policeman Said
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10-30-2019, 03:01 AM
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It is difficult to discern what the difference between the factions truly is.

I would suggest that one thinks people are catching on, so everything should be accelerated (hell, they even promote accelerationism to people in the Truth Movement, as the solution), while the other thinks that because people are catching on, the agenda has to be slowed down. Wait for the Boomers to die out, Gen X to get busy with life, and focus on the Millenials.
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11-04-2019, 01:24 PM
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11-04-2019, 06:01 PM
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Bannon on Fox earlier.




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11-05-2019, 05:41 PM
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first time ever a sitting president came to a UFC show. Trump got to watch Masvidal (a fellow Floridian) win the BMF title this weekend.

Trump in the front row for UFC 244. MAGA!

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11-05-2019, 07:06 PM
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Trump hugging my favorite ever boxer, Roberto Duran.

Trump's a fight fan. He's one of us.


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11-06-2019, 11:36 AM
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(11-05-2019 05:41 PM)pilgrim Wrote:  .

first time ever a sitting president came to a UFC show. Trump got to watch Masvidal (a fellow Floridian) win the BMF title this weekend.

Trump in the front row for UFC 244. MAGA!

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He's been supporting MMA ever since it was approved by the NJ commission in the 2000s. One of the earliest sanctioned shows still under SEG was at the Trump Taj Mahal in '01.

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11-06-2019, 12:22 PM
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Yup, I remember him from way back..He even had Dana speak at the convention.
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11-06-2019, 01:39 PM
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