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(OK) LynnThe was one other outrageous claim about Pindar the king of the Draco’s hunting down Queen Elizabeth and decapitating her with a soul killing sword as an example to the remaining renegade Draco’s which are still trying to hang onto power. Is this true Cobra. COBRANo. (OK) Lynn – I guess this kind of decreases Kent Dunn’s credibility! AaronDo you know that individual that goes by the name Kent Dunn COBRA – I have heard about that individual, yes. AaronAnd is he working for a positive faction, for the Light? COBRA – I would say that everybody needs to use discernment concerning his intel. I would not say . . . He’s definitely not working for the dark forces. COBRA – I would say that you need to use discernment when you evaluate his intel as well as when you evaluate anybody else’s intel. (sure, thank you) LynnThere has been claims that Donald Trump was supported by the Russians and the Chinese Dragons to become the president of the USA.
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S. injustice for centuries, stepped up too: Justin Trudeau @JustinTrudeau To those fleeing persecution, terror & war, Canadians will welcome you, regardless of your faith. Diversity is our strength #WelcomeToCanada There are elements of partisanship in this uprising that could hold it back, and of nationalism as well. Some liberals are not so much concerned about human cruelty as about Trump disrespecting their sacred U.S. military. Where were these crowds when President Barack Obama was setting records for deportations, or when he was bombing the nations that Trump is now banning refugees from, or when he was purporting to create the presidential power to do what Trump is now doing? Our task is not to erase mistakes of the recent past but not to focus on them either. Our task is to move forward with what we now have. And I think the way forward involves taking one additional major step beyond where the resistance is right now.
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Americans could save $1 trillion over 10 years by financing infrastructure through publicly-owned banks like the one that has long been operating in North Dakota. By Ellen Brown President Donald Trump has promised to rebuild America’s airports, bridges, tunnels, roads and other infrastructure, something both Democrats and Republicans agree should be done. The country needs a full $3 trillion in infrastructure over the next decade. The $1 trillion plan revealed by Trump’s economic advisers relies heavily on public-private partnerships , and private equity firms are lining up for these plumbing investments. In the typical private equity water deal , for example, higher user rates help the firms earn annual returns of anywhere from 8 to 18 percent – more even than a regular for-profit water company might expect. But the price tag can come as a rude surprise for local ratepayers.
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I think he feels a threat, and he’s saying that we would do something if there was a threat to our borders, so I think it’s more of a defensive remark that he made, but I understand that people were concerned about him, if he would have an interventionist foreign policy. But I would see it as more of a defensive threat. MPN: Overall, what do you believe Erdogan’s vision is for Turkey and for his own legacy? BL: With the arrest of the Kurdish politicians, for example, I dont think they have anything to do with the failed coup or the PKK or anything. I think this was part of a long-term plan. Erdogan wants to have a supermajority in the parliament to be able to change the constitution to a presidential system and to be the president, and we know that he, for example, finds the American presidential system weak and he does not believe in separation of powers, either.
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Other of the dead with whom he spoke, while they may not qualify as household names, nevertheless went to the grave with some sort of achievement under their belts: Olestra inventor Fred H. Mattson, for instance, or John Wesley Joyce, owner of the famed Greenwich Village literary watering hole The Lion’s Head. Only the Slaughterhouse-Five author’s courageous and impossible reportage has saved the names of a few, like that of retired construction worker Salvatore Biagini, from total obscurity. Famous or not, people interested Vonnegut, who claimed to get his ideas from “disgust with civilization” but also served as honorary president of the National Humanist Association. This aspect of his personality comes up in the Brian Lehrer Show segment just above , a listen back to Vonnegut’s “Reports on the Afterlifesegments for WNYC’s 90th anniversary.
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Other of the dead with whom he spoke, while they may not qualify as household names, nevertheless went to the grave with some sort of achievement under their belts: Olestra inventor Fred H. Mattson, for instance, or John Wesley Joyce, owner of the famed Greenwich Village literary watering hole The Lion’s Head. Only the Slaughterhouse-Five author’s courageous and impossible reportage has saved the names of a few, like that of retired construction worker Salvatore Biagini, from total obscurity. Famous or not, people interested Vonnegut, who claimed to get his ideas from “disgust with civilization” but also served as honorary president of the National Humanist Association. This aspect of his personality comes up in the Brian Lehrer Show segment just above , a listen back to Vonnegut’s “Reports on the Afterlifesegments for WNYC’s 90th anniversary.
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As for the arms we put in, Barnard states: But he also said any further American effort to arm rebels or join the fight could backfire. What about the arms already sent? Right now we're putting an extraordinary amount of arms in, Kerry said, unquoted by the Times. Was there something in Kerry's logic that would show our past arms support did no harm, but future support would? Doesn't his argument point to the painful awareness that some of the hundreds of thousands who have died in Syria died because we and our allies kept the war going? CNN had a similar focus to the Times. Kerry also expressed sympathy for the Syrians' demands that the United States intervene more forcefully amid Syrian and Russian airstrikes against civilians, telling the group that he lost the argument for using military force against the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad One would be hard pressed to think of an example where activists passionately opposed to US interventions or crimes or the crimes of our allies had a private conversation with an American Secretary of State.
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