Dempsey,Martin E., Chief of Staff of the Army

General Dempsey admits that US so-called “allies” are funding ISIS. The rep. grilling him already knows this!  Yet, THAT key fact is glossed over for more theatrics. These people are supposed to do more than talk about it. The game is so rigged that everyone, and I mean EVERYONE, who matters already knows the farce.

Not the regular people. The political class knows, the press knows. We should be STOPPING OUR SO-CALLED “ALLIES” FROM CREATING ISIS. THAT’S JOB ONE! Or else: guess what? They’re not your “allies,” meat head!!!

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1. It is a waste of money.

2. There are no “moderates”

3. The truth is, we don’t know who we are training.

4. Those receiving U.S. money will turn on us.

5. Our troops would be in peril from the “rebels” we train, pay, and equip.

6. Congress is being kept in the dark.

7. A constitutional crisis is building.

8. Congress has it backwards.

8 Reasons Why Congress Should Vote No on Training and Funding Syrian Rebels

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Lockheed and Friends

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Pretty good article actually presents some 9/11 truth over at Counterpunch. This was largely avoided these past 13 years. Perhaps a new editorial policy.

Saudi Arabia, 9/11 and the Rise of ISIS

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“About 1,300 troops from 15 countries – including the US and other Nato members – have begun a military exercise near Lviv in western Ukraine.”

NATO/US play war games in Nazi-controlled western Ukraine as civil war rages in east.

US and Nato troops begin Ukraine military exercise

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TELL FCC WHY NET NEUTRALITY IS IMPORTANT

My comment:

Ending Net Neutrality will open the floodgates of criminal collusion as Telecoms target their rivals: be they business competitors, political ideas or other knowledge which they deem not in their interest. This assault on freedom will usher in an age of secret collusion and destroy the ability to check information for its veracity, its truthfulness.

It will empower telecoms into becoming the arbiters of what can and cannot be said. This issue was successfully addressed originally when telephone companies could not police the content of calls. That is the model to use with Internet, less intrusion, less manipulation by private interests. The freedom of personal communications needs to be protected, not eroded and manipulated behind closed doors.

That’s un-American.

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Unfortunately, FreePress.net sent me the notice at 10:20am PACIFIC TIME! It’s already too late.