Friday, September 30, 2016

Reporters were just freaked out by Hillary Clinton's eyes[Video]

Hillary freaks out a bunch of reporters with her eyes.

Is this caused from her health problems or what is going on.



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BREAKING: Fraudulent Clinton votes discovered by the “tens of thousands”

According to sources, Randall Prince, a Columbus-area electrical worker, was doing a routine check of his companies wiring and electrical systems when he stumbled across approximately one dozen black, sealed ballot boxes filled with thousands of Franklin County votes for Hillary Clinton and other Democrat candidates.

“No one really goes in this building.  It’s mainly used for short-term storage by a commercial plumber,” Prince said.

So when Prince, who is a Trump supporter, saw several black boxes in an otherwise empty room, he went to investigate.  What he found could allegedly be evidence of a massive operation designed to deliver Clinton the crucial swing state.

Early voting does not begin in Ohio until October 12, so no votes have officially been castin the Buckeye state.  However, inside these boxes were, what one source described as, “potentially tens of thousands of votes” for Hillary Clinton.

Christian Times Newspaper has not yet been able to obtain a photocopy of one of the ballots found inside the box, but an affiliate in Ohio passed along a replica of what was found.

It is important to note that the above replica coincides with a ballot that a Franklin County voter would cast at the polling place on Election Day, meaning the Clinton campaign’s likely goal was to slip the fake ballot boxes in with the real ballot boxes when they went to official election judges on November 8th.

Ohio, a perennial swing state in the presidential election, has been a challenge for Clinton and her Democrat counterparts in 2016.  Many national Democrat groups have pulled funding from the state entirely, in order to redirect it to places in which they are doing better.

Clinton herself has spent less time in Ohio, and spent less money, in recent weeks as it has appeared that Trump will carry the crucial state.

With this find, however, it now appears that Clinton and the Democrat Party planned on stealing the state on Election Day, making any campaigning there now a waste of time.

This story is still developing, and CTN will bring you more when we have it.



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Donald Trump Bashes Alicia Machado Again, Alleging a ‘Sex Tape’ (Without Evidence)

Donald Trump Bashes Alicia Machado Again, Alleging a ‘Sex Tape’ (Without Evidence)

Donald J. Trump went on a morning Twitter tirade on Friday, denouncing the former Miss Universe winner he once shamed for gaining weight and directing the American public to seek out a sex tape that he said she participated in as evidence of her sordid past.

The attack, in a flurry of tweets on the topic posted from 5:14 to 5:30 a.m. Eastern time, was the latest effort by Mr. Trump, the Republican presidential nominee, to discredit the beauty queen, Alicia Machado, after Hillary Clinton used her as an example of his sexism during the debate on Monday night. Fact-checkers have found no evidence that Ms. Machado, who was featured in Playboy, appeared in a sex tape. Her critics may be referring to a risqué scene that she appeared in on a reality television show.

Mr. Trump maintained this week that Ms. Machado’s weight and attitude were problematic after she won the 1996 pageant and his campaign circulated information about her previous brushes with the law.

On Friday, Mr. Trump suggested that there was more to be revealed about Ms. Machado and offered the theory that Mrs. Clinton, his Democratic opponent, helped her attain American citizenship.

Mr. Trump had been modulating his tone in the weeks before the debate, but his uneven performance appears to have caused him to lash out. He has increasingly flirted with leveling more personal attacks on Mrs. Clinton’s history of marital problems and he has doubled-down on his charges that the news media is rigging the election.

While Mr. Trump had little to say when Mrs. Clinton brought up Ms. Machado on the debate stage, he said in his Friday tweets that she “duped” Mrs. Clinton. He called this a sign of bad judgment.

“Wow, Crooked Hillary was duped and used by my worst Miss U. Hillary floated her as an ‘angel’ without checking her past, which is terrible!” Mr. Trump wrote.

Ms. Machado, who told CNN this week that she is “not a saint girl,” was also accused in the late 1990s of abetting an attempted murder committed by her then-boyfriend, who shot a family member in Caracas, Venezuela.

She was said to have been seen driving a getaway car, but did not face charges.

Since he reshuffled his campaign’s leadership in August, Mr. Trump’s team has tried to instill a more disciplined approach that has been heavier on scripted speeches and policy. Twitter, however, has continued to be an outlet for Mr. Trump to vent without a filter, and rants such as the one unleashed on Friday undermine his efforts to appear presidential.

Backers of Mrs. Clinton seized on Twitter storm as more evidence that Mr. Trump is unfit to be president.

Correct the Record, a “super PAC” that supports the Democratic nominee, suggested that Mr. Trump was showing frustration about a recent batch of weak polls.

And John Podesta, Mrs. Clinton’s campaign chairman, advised that Mr. Trump might want to resist the urge to grab his phone when he wakes up “in the middle of the night.”

Mrs. Clinton responded later in the morning on Twitter by calling Mr. Trump “unhinged” and said his treatment of Ms. Machado was unwarranted.

 



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Hamas slams Abbas for taking part in Peres funeral

Hamas slams Abbas for taking part in Peres funeral

Abbas led a Palestinian delegation, including the PA’s chief negotiator Sa’eb Erekat, to the funeral on Friday after Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu approved his request to do so.

The ceremony featured a handshake between Netanyahu and Abbas, who also forwarded condolences to Peres’ family.

Hamas had earlier called on Abbas not to attend the funeral, saying such a step would encourage other Arab parties to normalize relations with Israel and result in disastrous impacts on the Palestinian endeavor to bring about national unity.

“We condemn Abbas’ condolences for Shimon Peres, and consider it disregards the blood of the martyrs and the suffering of the Palestinian people,” the movement had also said.

The Palestinian leader has also come under attack for referring to Peres’ as a “brave” partner for peace by some high-profile figures in Ramallah, who regard the defunct as no more than a “war criminal.”

The Sheba Medical Center in Tel Aviv had pronounced the 93-year-old dead on Wednesday.

Former Israeli president Shimon Peres

Over five decades of politicking, Peres held nearly every major office in the regime’s ranks.

Under Peres’s tenure as president, two full-scale wars were launched against the Israeli-blockaded Gaza Strip, which killed more than 3,700 Palestinians in total.

He, however, slammed as “outrageous” and “one-sided” a United Nations inquiry that blamed Israel for six serious attacks on UN buildings during the first Gaza offensive and said Tel Aviv would not apologize for defending its people.

Residents of Gaza took to the streets on Friday for a "Day of Rage" to coincide with the funeral attended by US President Barack Obama and other leaders of Israel's key supporters. 

Separately, Israeli authorities canceled this week’s visit of Palestinians from Hamas-ruled Gaza to the al-Aqsa Mosque in the Tel Aviv-occupied East Jerusalem al-Quds, saying it would interfere with Peres’ funeral in Jerusalem al-Quds.



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Pharmacy porn show: Hackers suspected in chemist’s late night erotic screening

Pharmacy porn show: Hackers suspected in chemist’s late night erotic screening
A pharmacy in Munich, Germany gave passersby something of an eyeful when it displayed a late night porn show on its advertisement monitors in an apparent hack.

The unexpected erotica screening came to the attention of police on patrol Wednesday night  when they came across crowds gathered in front of the pharmacy in the city’s Sendlinger Tor area.

The adult movie was being shown on three monitors usually used to promote medication available for sale at the store.

The police contacted the pharmacy owner who assured them it was not a ploy to attract nighttime crowds. She was flabbergasted by the news, according to Suddeutsche Zeitung.

The X-rated display was shown for at least two and a half hours before it was shut down at 1.30 a.m.

Investigations are ongoing, but police believe an unknown hacker is responsible for the sexually explicit material. Services at the pharmacy were limited Thursday due to IT maintenance carried out as a result of the breach.

 

Munich’s famous beer festival Oktoberfest is taking place at the moment, attracting throngs of tourists to the Bavarian capital.



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The Debate We Should Have – Trump, Stein And Clinton

The Debate We Should Have – Trump, Stein And Clinton

The true progressive voice that should be heard in the 2016 sham Presidential debates is Jill Stein who through the magic of video and the assistance of Amy Goodman joins the debates as the only true progressive and anti-establishment voice of the people and instead of throwing mud offers concrete political proposals and solutions versus the political posturing of a deeply tarnished Clinton and the incompetent bullying of political pretender Trump as well as a vivid glimpse of what could have happened in a true democracy: Allen L Roland, PhD

The truth about American politics is this: disguised by the theatrics of squabbling Democrats and Republicans, Washington governs according to limits prescribed by a fixed and narrow consensus. The two main parties collaborate in preserving that consensus. Doing so requires declaring out-of-bounds anything even remotely resembling a fundamental critique of how power gets exercised or wealth distributed.’ ~ Andrew Bacevich

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton faced off Monday night in one of the most anticipated debates in U.S. history. The debate was held at Hofstra University on Long Island and moderated by NBC Nightly News anchor Lester Holt.

Throughout the 90-minute, often antagonistic, debate, Clinton and Trump sparred on everything from foreign policy to trade deals to personal stamina. But third-party candidates, including Libertarian Gary Johnson and the Green Party’s Jill Stein, were excluded from the debate stage under stringent rules set by the Commission on Presidential Debates, which is controlled by the Democratic and Republican parties.

For a more balanced approach, Democracy Now aired excerpts from the presidential debate and got response from Green Party presidential nominee Dr. Jill Stein in a special expanded debate ~ and she answers the same questions that were asked of Trump and Clinton and elevates the conversation in the process. But Stein also has the courage to ask the questions that others are avoiding such as the Five Separate Immunity Deals In the Clinton Email Scandal ~ see Jonathan Turley article;

EXCERPT:

HILLARY CLINTON: Well, I hope the fact checkers are turned upping ~ turning up the volume and really working hard. Donald supported the invasion of Iraq.

DONALD TRUMP: Wrong.

HILLARY CLINTON: That is absolutely~

DONALD TRUMP: Wrong.

HILLARY CLINTON: ~ proved over and over again.

DONALD TRUMP: Wrong.

HILLARY CLINTON: He actually advocated for the actions we took in Libya, and urged that Gaddafi be taken out ~ after, actually, doing some business with him one time.

AMY GOODMAN: Jill Stein?

JILL STEIN: So, this is another example of why we need to open up these debates, because mostly they are arguing ~ Secretary Clinton and Donald Trump are arguing about their record and who said what, when, and when did they take various positions. We’re not discussing the fundamental fact that we have a catastrophic failed policy of regime change, of a foreign policy based on economic and military domination, which is blowing back at us big time. If we want to have peace at home, we need to achieve peace abroad. And in the words of Martin Luther King, “Peace is not simply the absence of violence: It is the presence of justice.”

So, let’s look at our foreign policy. What have these regime change wars accomplished? They’ve cost us $5 to $6 trillion since 9/11, which comes out to about $50,000 per American household. Tens of thousands of U.S. soldiers have been killed and maimed, over a million people killed in Iraq alone. And what do we have for all of this? What we have to show are failed states, mass refugee migrations, which are tearing apart the Middle East and Europe, for that matter, and worse terrorist threats. They are not getting better. They only get worse with each turn of the cycle of violence.

So, we need a new kind of offensive in the Middle East, what we call a peace offensive in the Middle East. And it begins with a weapons embargo. Since we, the United States, are supplying the weapons directly or indirectly to all parties, all combatants on all sides, and we are the major supplier of weapons to the region, as well as around the world, it’s clear that we have enormous power here to initiate this weapons embargo and to work, in fact, with the Russians to achieve it also, because they, too, are paying a price that they cannot afford for these failed wars. In addition, we need to put a freeze on the bank accounts of those countries, largely our allies, who are continuing to fund terrorist enterprises. Hillary Clinton’s own leaked emails as secretary of state identified the Saudis as still the major funder, even many years after 9/11, still the major funder of terrorist Sunni jihad enterprises. We got this started. We can put it to a stop.

AMY GOODMAN: And that does it for Part 1 of our “Expanding the Debate” special. Many stations are running our full two-hour special. For those that aren’t ~ you can go to democracy now.

Must See expanded debate YouTube video ~ 12 minutes

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gmu2glcDqJ0&feature=youtu.be

There is only one candidate who sounds and acts presidential and is representing the American people and not special interests ~ that candidate is Jill Stein and she’ll get my vote on November 2nd because I deserve a true choice and will not settle for the lesser of two evils.

A vote for the Green Party is not a protest gesture ~ it is a vote for a platform of peace, social justice and a livable planet, and against the War Party of Lies. Bernie sold out on the progressive movement he launched because he didn’t trust the power of the people nor, for that matter, his own progressive voice against the establishment.

In essence, Donald Trump is the ultimate false flag candidate put in place by the establishment to further dumb down the political process, avoid the truly important issues of the day, entertain the masses as a grade D political reality show ~ and thus ensure a Clinton victory as the obvious lesser of two evils.



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Polls Show Debate Performance Gave Hillary Clinton a Lift

Hillary Clinton’s strong debate performance has lifted her standing in a handful of battleground state polls, an indication that her first face-off against Donald J. Trump halted the surge he was enjoying for much of September.

A poll of Florida voters conducted entirely after Monday night’s debate shows Mrs. Clinton receiving the support of 46 percent of likely voters, while Mr. Trump was garnering 42 percent. The survey, conducted by Mason-Dixon polling and research, indicated that Gary Johnson, the Libertarian Party nominee, was the preferred candidate of 7 percent of voters.

Mrs. Clinton’s strength in Florida, a state Mr. Trump almost certainly needs to win if he is to compile 270 electoral votes, owes to her advantage among women and overwhelming support among Hispanics and African-Americans, the poll showed.

A New York Times Upshot/Siena College poll of Florida voters before the debate indicated the race there was effectively tied.

In New Hampshire, a state that could prove crucial in a close race, Mrs. Clinton now has 42 percent support compared to Mr. Trump’s 35 percent, according to a new survey of likely voters from WBUR. Mr. Johnson is preferred among 13 percent of likely voters in the libertarian-leaning state, and Jill Stein, the Green Party nominee, is receiving support from 4 percent of the state’s electorate.

While Mrs. Clinton’s lead is down significantly from WBUR’s last survey, taken over the summer, it is notably higher than the NBC-Marist poll before the debate in September that indicated Mrs. Clinton was up by only a single point.

New Hampshire voters said overwhelmingly that Mrs. Clinton beat Mr. Trump in the debate, according to the poll. While it has just four electoral votes, New Hampshire is important enough to both candidates that each stopped in the state this week.

Mr. Trump is also paying a visit on Friday to Michigan, a state that has not backed a Republican presidential nominee since 1988. Mr. Trump’s campaign believes his strength among blue-collar white voters offers him an opportunity to capture the state, which could scramble the electoral map.

But a new survey from The Detroit News taken after the debate indicates Mrs. Clinton still enjoys a solid lead there. She is the favorite of 42 percent of Michigan’s likely voters while Mr. Trump is preferred by 35 percent; Mr. Johnson received 9 percent support and Ms. Stein 3 percent.

As in the other states, a majority of Michigan voters said she won the debate. As significant, 63 percent of the Michigan voters surveyed said they did not think Mr. Trump was qualified to be president.

Mr. Trump, who visited a black church in Detroit, is receiving next to no support from African-Americans in the state. But just as striking, he is losing the suburban Detroit county of Oakland, one of the state’s most competitive jurisdictions, by 20 percentage points.

Correction: September 30, 2016
A previous version of this article incorrectly said that Michigan has not backed a Democratic presidential nominee since 1988. It actually has not backed a Republican nominee since then.

 



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Thursday, September 29, 2016

BREAKING: WikiLeaks CONFIRMS Hillary Sold Weapons to ISIS… Then Drops Another BOMBSHELL!

Hillary Clinton during a visit to Tripoli (Photo: Getty)

Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks, is a controversial character. But there’s no denying the emails he has picked up from inside the Democrat Party are real, and he’s willing to expose Hillary Clinton.

 

Now, he’s announcing that Hillary Clinton and her State Department were actively arming Islamic jihadists, which includes the Islamic State (ISIS) in Syria.

Clinton has repeatedly denied these claims, including during multiple statements while under oath in front of the United States Senate.

WikiLeaks is about to prove Hillary Clinton deserves to be arrested:

The Reagan administration officials hoped to secure the release of several U.S. hostages, and then take proceeds from the arms sales to Iran, to fund the Contras in Nicaragua.

Sounds familiar?

In Obama’s second term, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton authorized the shipment of American-made arms to Qatar, a country beholden to the Muslim Brotherhood, and friendly to the Libyan rebels, in an effort to topple the Libyan/Gaddafi government, and then ship those arms to Syria in order to fund Al Qaeda, and topple Assad in Syria.

Clinton took the lead role in organizing the so-called “Friends of Syria” (aka Al Qaeda/ISIS) to back the CIA-led insurgency for regime change in Syria.

Under oath Hillary Clinton denied she knew about the weapons shipments during public testimony in early 2013 after the Benghazi terrorist attack.

In an interview with Democracy Now, Wikileaks’ Julian Assange is now stating that 1,700 emails contained in the Clinton cache directly connect Hillary to Libya to Syria, and directly to Al Qaeda and ISIS.

Via The Duran

Here is the incredible transcript:

JUAN GONZÁLEZ: Julian, I want to mention something else. In March, you launched a searchable archive for over 30,000 emails and email attachments sent to and from Hillary Clinton’s private email server while she was secretary of state. The 50,547 pages of documents span the time from June 2010 to August 2014; 7,500 of the documents were sent by Hillary Clinton herself. The emails were made available in the form of thousands of PDFs by the U.S. State Department as the result of a Freedom of Information Act request. Why did you do this, and what’s the importance, from your perspective, of being able to create a searchable base?

JULIAN ASSANGE: Well, WikiLeaks has become the rebel library of Alexandria. It is the single most significant collection of information that doesn’t exist elsewhere, in a searchable, accessible, citable form, about how modern institutions actually behave. And it’s gone on to set people free from prison, where documents have been used in their court cases; hold the CIA accountable for renditions programs; feed into election cycles, which have resulted in the termination of, in some case—or contributed to the termination of governments, in some cases, taken the heads of intelligence agencies, ministers of defense and so on. So, you know, our civilizations can only be as good as our knowledge of what our civilisation is. We can’t possibly hope to reform that which we do not understand.

So, those Hillary Clinton emails, they connect together with the cables that we have published of Hillary Clinton, creating a rich picture of how Hillary Clinton performs in office, but, more broadly, how the U.S. Department of State operates. So, for example, the disastrous, absolutely disastrous intervention in Libya, the destruction of the Gaddafi government, which led to the occupation of ISIS of large segments of that country, weapons flows going over to Syria, being pushed by Hillary Clinton, into jihadists within Syria, including ISIS, that’s there in those emails. There’s more than 1,700 emails in Hillary Clinton’s collection, that we have released, just about Libya alone.

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BREAKING: Here’s What The Mainstream Media Is Trying To Hide About The Debate

During the first presidential debate last night, liberal moderator Lester Holt did everything in his power to rig the proceedings for Hillary Clinton. Afterwards, the mainstream media celebrated Clinton’s victory over Trump, but today they are singing a different tune as polls have just revealed who REALLY won the debate…

According to Conservative Tribune, three different polls released today have confirmed that Trump not only won the debate, he crushed Clinton.

CNBC reported on Tuesday morning that 70% of viewers stated that Trump beat Clinton, while only 33% said that the Democratic presidential nominee won. ATime poll released today also had Clinton behind Trump, with 45% support compared to his 55%.

Finally, Matt Drudge conducted a poll that revealed 80 percent of some 1,300,000 voting said Trump won the debate, while only 17 percent said Clinton won.

These polls make it clear that despite Holt’s attempts to sabotage him, Trump undoubtedly won this debate by a landslide.

Who would you say won the debate? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section.



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Debating a Zionist on “Israel’s role in the US presidential election”

What can I say about debating Frederick Peterson? This is a guy who accuses ME of speaking incoherently in “utterly disconnected ramblings and mutterings of hysteria that have no grounding, virtually no grounding, except random ornaments floating on a Christmas tree in zero gravitree – gravity, that can be held onto and put into a coherent statement of what he is actually saying, let alone a policy that can go forward.”

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7VU03DmIwck

Nobody has ever accused me of incoherence in such colorfully incoherent fashion. I am in awe. Press TV, please schedule a rematch!

Partial transcript:

His campaign says Trump will recognize Jerusalem as the undivided capital of Israel. What’s your reaction to that?

Barrett: What Trump is really saying is that he would recognize Israel as the capital of the United States. He is capitulating to the Israeli lobby that has a stranglehold on power here in the United States, which it cemented with the Zionist neoconservative coup d’etat on September 11th, 2001, when Israeli assets and their partners in the US military and intelligence communities blew up the World Trade Center and murdered nearly 3,000 Americans in order to cement their “policy coup” as General Clark called it, and destroy “seven countries in five years” – meaning the seven countries in the Middle East that were posing a threat to Israel.

Now it’s ironic that Donald Trump, whose whole career is built on a plea to “make America great again,” who says we’re getting bad deals around the world: the United States is not getting a good deal around the world, in Europe with its occupation armies, in Japan with its occupation armies. And the reality is the precise opposite: The US is essentially forcing the entire world to accept its worthless toilet paper currency that’s backed by nothing, using its military-industrial complex to do that.

There’s only one country in the world where the United States is not getting a good deal, where the United States is getting ripped off, where the United States is being attacked and occupied and humiliated –and that is Israel, which has owned the United States since – well, since before 2001, with the coup d’état in 1963 which Israel participated in, the killing of President Kennedy. Ever since then, Israel has run roughshod over the United States. It has extracted more than three trillion dollars from the United States in tribute, according to a study that was reported in the Christian Science Monitor over a decade ago.

As an American, I am ready to start a revolution to overthrow the Israeli occupation army that is ruling this country. Donald Trump is a liar, a hypocrite, a bigot, who is turning reality on its head by decrying US relationships with other nations around the world that are not a problem for the United States, and ignoring the only real problem that the United States has with any country in the world, which is the state of Zionist apartheid genocidal Israel.

Peterson:

Would you like a comment on that? I will tell you, that is one of the most breathlessly fantastic dreams and delusions of policy, non-policy and gross imaginings that really I’ve heard in a long time. That is not just on the outer fringe, that is beyond the outer fringe, in outer space. They’re utterly disconnected ramblings and mutterings of hysteria that have no grounding, virtually no grounding, except random ornaments floating on a Christmas tree in zero gravitree – gravity, that can be held onto and put into a coherent statement of what he is actually saying, let alone a policy that can go forward. Let me state a few things. Israel was established not by a power grab by Israelis, by Jews, it was established by the United Nations in 1948. This is recognized.

Barrett:

That’s not true. The General Assembly resolution was non-binding. It doesn’t exist; Israel is not a legitimate country, according to the United Nations.

Peterson:

The 1967 war was not a war of aggression by Israel…(in response to moderator) If you would like – thank you, I appreciate your intervention on that, we’ll try to keep this orderly, Mr. Barrett notwithstanding. The 1967 war was a war on Israel, not by Israel. It was a defensive war. That was a war not by Palestinians against Israel, but by Egypt against Israel. Egypt was soundly defeated in a short period of time. And the property acquired in war, at the end of the war, the land held by Israel was returned, was not all kept. It was returned. And the Palestinians, the so-called Palestinians, which is a random amalgam of peoples that name has been put upon within the area, has been recognized and acknowledged and actually seeking to reach a peace agreement with when they would pledge a non-aggression non-hostility toward the state of Israel itself. Were that to be done, great steps could be moved forward.

Barrett

That was very poetic. It reminded me of Spiro Agnew with his “nattering nabobs of negativism.” So I have to congratulate Mr. Peterson for that. However, everything else he said is rankest nonsense. To begin with, the General Assembly resolution that recommended the partition of PALESTINE, the country of the Palestinians, which does exist, contrary to what Peterson and other lunatics sometimes try to claim, to excuse the genocide – they don’t WANT Palestine or any Palestinians to exist, they’re committing genocide against it to get rid of it – but it does exist, it has always existed. And that General Assembly resolution in 1948 was non-binding. It was never voted on by the Security Council. Therefore, the State of Israel has absolutely no legitimacy in the eyes of the United Nations or international law. There is no such state. But the world has essentially accepted that these genocidal settler-colonial invaders, through sheer force of arms, and through mass murdering many of their victims and expelling the rest, will be able to stay there. So the overall consensus view of the international community today is that the so-called state of Israel can be allowed to exist, in peace, on the land that it occupied up until 1967. But, this consensus position continues – and this is the position of every country in the world, every legitimate country in the world, including the United States – that not one square inch of land outside the pre-1967 borders can ever belong to the state of Israel.



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HD footage of ongoing combat in Aleppo

The battle lines are beginning to shift – the black flags are al-Nusra. Where you see the arrow in the middle, that Jihadi pocket is what the SAA is trying to pinch off. The attack at the base caused the jihadis to do a fighting withdrawal, a rare day.

You will see that the combination of the overhead views and the high quality 1080 HD footage on the ground will give you a ten times better feel for what is happening on the ground, the first thing being the hoax of the West pretending that the destruction of Aleppo has just recently begun with the new Syrian coalition attack.

The US had no problem with the destruction of the city when they felt the jihadis had Assad over a barrel. We heard of no war crimes claims against the jihadis when they were dishing the pain out to pro-government Syrians — only when the pendulum swung back the other way

Be advised, VIDEO CONTAINS GRAPHIC IMAGES, not recommended for children under age of 18. Mature viewers only. This is a war documentary. For documentary and educational purposes only.

Video is on channel covering wars posted not to offend, shock or encourage violence but for news / historical and educational purposes – to document war, war crimes and cases of terrorism. (Every video is dated for such purposes)

Video shows a war, and all horrors that come with it… Real events – as it is – often videotaped by the people who lived thru it. Video shows scenes of real war, violence, death scenes., and often have historical significance.
It is raw footage, therefore : Use your own discretion. If it’s not something you were expecting to watch, please watch something else.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oy9h2Washyo&feature=youtu.be

Video shows a war, and all horrors that come with it… Real events – as it is – often videotaped by the people who lived thru it.
Video shows scenes of real war, violence, death scenes., and often have historical significance.
It is raw footage, therefore : Use your own discretion.
If it’s not something you were expecting to watch, please watch something else.



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RAG RADIO: Harry Hurt III, Donald Trump’s ‘Most Hated Biographer’

Thorne Dreyer’s guest is Harry Hurt III, our old friend and colleague from Houston who, according to Tim Mak at the The Daily Beast, is Donald Trump’s “most hated biographer.” Harry is the author of Lost Tycoon: The Many Lives of Donald J. Trump, originally published by W.W. Norton in 1993.

On the show, Hurt discusses the Trump scandals, including his ex-wife’s accusations that Donald raped her, how Ivana and Donald Trump tried to stop publication of this book and the obstacles Harry went through getting the book reissued, plus Hurt’s personal encounters with the Donald… and how scary the thought of a Trump presidency is.

After more than two decades the controversial book that Norton “deemed too dangerous to reprint” is finally seeing the light of day again, in a new release by Echo Point. Mak called the book the “Rosetta stone for all things Trump,” while Michael Barbaro of The New York Times has called it “the Bible for Trump reporting.” Among other things, the book “reveals the bombshell that Trump’s ex-wife Ivana accused him of ‘rape’ in a sworn deposition during their divorce, something she has since said she didn’t mean in the ‘criminal’ sense.”

Hurt, a native Houstonian who graduated magna cum laude from Harvard, was an editor at Texas Monthly from 1975 to 1986. Harry has been a business columnist for The New York Times, a correspondent for Newsweek, an editor at Travel + Leisure Golf, a contributor to publications including Esquire, FortuneSports Illustrated, and Playboy, and a correspondent for ABC News and ESPN Radio. Harry lives in upstate New York with his wife and son.

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Penny Nance: Trump vs. Miss Universe -- I can’t get to victim when I think of Alicia Machado

Penny Nance: Trump vs. Miss Universe -- I can’t get to victim when I think of Alicia Machado

At Monday’s presidential debate Hillary Clinton’s asserted that Alicia Machado, a former Miss Universe, was victimized about her weight by Donald Trump. Her remarks have, perhaps rightfully, given some women pause.  So let’s reflect a moment and add some context to this allegation.  Here’s where I’ve come down.

Like many young girls of my era, I grew up watching the Miss America Pageant.  My friends and I would get together, root for the young woman from our state, or pick another favorite if she didn’t make the top ten.

We held our breath as some of them struggled to answer the interview question and discussed our own answers regarding world peace.  We clapped for the pianist and giggled at the fiery baton twirler.  It was reality TV before reality TV.  And who knew that years later I would be friends with some of those same young women as they went on to have laudable careers in law and broadcasting. The women I know were then, and remain today, smart and gifted women of noble character.

Fast forward to today, and somewhere along the way pageants fell out of favor.  Perhaps it was second wave feminism of the 60s and 70s, or perhaps we just got bored with them.  Regardless, in 2004, the ABC television network dropped the show’s coverage due to record low ratings, but CMT picked it up, and there remains a smaller following.  Most of us were done with Miss America.  However, her more racy sisters, Miss USA and co-owned Miss Universe were, by this time, split off and vying for our attention.

Of course, there are some smart, talented women who have chosen to participate in the Miss USA and Miss Universe pageants, but let’s be honest, it’s not why they win.

Unlike Miss America, these pageants make no pretense of being anything more than a “beauty” pageant.  They have no talent competition and award no scholarships.

In fact, according to Bustle.com, the entire reason for the split was because Miss America 1951 Yolande Belbeze refused to be photographed for a newspaper wearing a swimsuit.  One of the show’s sponsors, Catalina swimwear, retaliated by creating its own show and, thus, we have Miss USA and Miss Universe.

Of course, there are some smart, talented women who have chosen to participate in the Miss USA and Miss Universe pageants, but let’s be honest, it’s not why they win.

The women who participate voluntarily don a bikini and walk in front of judges to be, well, judged.

The participants are competing for a job based on their bodies and good looks.

Their worth is based almost solely upon those things and, for one year, they are to represent the company with the asset of conventional beauty.  Not brains, not talent, just beauty.  Quite literally, their bodies are their money makers.

Here’s a little known fact, even the U.S government recognizes this arrangement.  I am told by friends who have modeled that they are able to write off of their taxes anything they do to keep their assets looking good. All the things women spend money on — hair, makeup, gym memberships, and even Botox — is a write off.  Even Uncle Sam gets the joke. Their bodies are their small businesses I suppose.

So here’s the deal. Logically, I can’t get to victim when I think of Alicia Machado.  Name calling is never nice, and — shocker! — Donald Trump isn’t diplomatic in giving criticism.

Here’s the irony.  Regardless of how much Hillary Clinton wants Ms. Machado to be the poster child for misused women, she doesn’t fit the narrative.  Let’s be honest, a woman who voluntarily puts on a bikini and literally asks people to judge her based almost solely on her body can’t be mad when they do.

Ms. Machado was being paid to look perfect, and when she couldn’t -- or wouldn’t -- live up to the standard she had asked to be measured by, she caught criticism.

Maybe she’s also smart and kind.  Who knows? But that was not why she was chosen to serve as Miss Universe for one year.

At this point in my life, I feel conflicted about pageants.  Women I love have done them and will do them.  CWA’s Young Women for America boasts more than one pageant winner.

As logical women, however, we can’t pretend that Alicia Machado was misused.  There are millions of women across this nation who are objectified, abused victims of sexism and misogyny.  Let’s work to protect them, instead of inventing new ones.

 

Penny Young Nance is president and CEO of Concerned Women for America, the nation’s largest women’s public policy organization. She is the author of the forthcoming book "Feisty and Feminine: A Rallying Cry for Conservative Women" (Zondervan 2016).

 

 



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Hillary Clinton struggles to win over millennial voters loyal to Bernie Sanders

Hillary Clinton struggles to win over millennial voters loyal to Bernie Sanders

Hillary Clinton needs millennials, and her best hope at winning them over might be the septuagenarian they tried to elect.

Bernie Sanders, the beloved leader of the nation’s leftwing movement, appeared alongside his former rival at a university gymnasium in New Hampshire on Wednesday and issued an urgent appeal to disillusioned young voters: “It is imperative that we elect Hillary Clinton.”

Millennials have long eluded Clinton, who lost the youth vote in the primaries to Sanders by blowout margins. Even though many of his supporters have migrated to Clinton’s campaign, polls show she is still well below Barack Obama’s share of millennials in 2012 despite their disdain for her opponent, Donald Trump.

Michael Giordano will be one of the youngest voters to cast a ballot this election, but he hasn’t made up his mind about who he will vote for.

The high school senior, who turns 18 this week, attended the event about college affordability in New Hampshire to see Sanders, who he had hoped to vote for in November. Giordano said he is “very concerned” by the prospect of a Trump presidency but is wary of Clinton.

“I feel like at first there was more of an emotional block for me, that she didn’t seem as passionate and seemed more rehearsed,” said Giordano. “But in the debate, I think to counteract Donald Trump she showed herself to be more relatable.”

Giordano said he is inching toward Clinton but hasn’t ruled out a third-party vote. He is nonetheless mindful of the candidate he doesn’t want to see become president.

Paradoxically, millennials are a group she should do well with. The giant voting bloc now estimated to number nearly 70 million are the most diverse generation in American history. They tend to be more progressive, inclusive and share remarkably similar views about the Republican nominee. Nearly 75% of millennials believe Trump is racist and 71% say they would be “ashamed” of their country if he was elected, according to a battleground state survey of millennials for NextGen Climate, a liberal group run by Clinton supporter Tom Steyer.

There’s little danger that Clinton will lose millennials to Trump, who is trails in this age group by double digits. Her real challenge is to keep disaffected young people from leaving the Democratic party or staying home on 8 November.

“In a tight race like this one is shaping up to be,” said Andrew Baumann, a Democratic pollster the senior vice-president of Global Strategy Group, which conducted the survey. “The difference between Clinton winning 50%, 55% and 60% could be the difference between her winning the election or not.”

Millennials largely identify as independents

In a race between Clinton and Trump, nearly a quarter of millennials said they would not vote for president and in a race between all four candidates, 17% said they would vote for a third-party candidate, according to the millennial survey.

That a large swath of millennials find Clinton, who would be the nation’s first female president, “uninspiring” is partly Sanders’ fault, Baumann said.

“For many of these young voters, their introduction to Hillary Clinton has been through the prism of Bernie Sanders, and that wasn’t exactly a very positive one,” he said.

During the primary, the Vermont senator painted Clinton as a fixture of the very political establishment his revolution promised to overthrow. He hammered her over the richly paid speeches she made in front of big banks, which fueled a narrative among his supporters that she is “bought and paid for” by Wall Street.

But now, as the star of the progressive movement goes to bat for Clinton, that image has, for some, begun to fade. 

“We’ve seen Secretary Clinton start to adopt the messaging of Bernie Sanders,” said Ben O’Keefe, 22, of MoveOn.org, a progressive group that backed Sanders in the primary. “That’s not a coincidence and that’s not something we should ever fault her for. She’s listening to us. That’s what we should want in a presidential candidate.”

“Trump’s candidacy is built on the idea that he can run up the score with groups like older voters, so Clinton needs to be able to rely on a cushion among groups like millennials,” said Kristen Soltis Anderson, a Republican pollster and author of The Selfie Vote: Where Millennials are Leading America. 

“If millennials don’t find her to be adequately inspiring, there’s a chance that many of them decide to wash their hands of this whole election.”

Millennials are such a large voting bloc that increasing their support by 10 points could theoretically double her two-point lead against Trump in national polls, said Ben Tulchin, the pollster for Sanders’ campaign. The margin could be enough to cushion her in battleground states like North Carolina, Nevada and Colorado.

“It’s not reasonable to expect her to replicate his success with millennials but she doesn’t have to,” said Tulchin. “She just has to make progress with them.”

Tulchin said people they encountered truly cared about the issues, in particular: climate change, wage inequality, criminal justice reform and college affordability. He said Clinton’s campaign missed an opportunity to highlight the college affordability plan she and Sanders crafted. But, he said, Wednesday’s joint campaign event, which followed weeks of efforts designed to reach millennials, is a step in the right direction.

“If she can make the case convincingly that she’s progressive and shares their values, Bernie will vouch for her,” he said.



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Hillary Clinton struggles to win over millennial voters loyal to Bernie Sanders

Hillary Clinton struggles to win over millennial voters loyal to Bernie Sanders

Hillary Clinton needs millennials, and her best hope at winning them over might be the septuagenarian they tried to elect.

Bernie Sanders, the beloved leader of the nation’s leftwing movement, appeared alongside his former rival at a university gymnasium in New Hampshire on Wednesday and issued an urgent appeal to disillusioned young voters: “It is imperative that we elect Hillary Clinton.”

Millennials have long eluded Clinton, who lost the youth vote in the primaries to Sanders by blowout margins. Even though many of his supporters have migrated to Clinton’s campaign, polls show she is still well below Barack Obama’s share of millennials in 2012 despite their disdain for her opponent, Donald Trump.

Michael Giordano will be one of the youngest voters to cast a ballot this election, but he hasn’t made up his mind about who he will vote for.

The high school senior, who turns 18 this week, attended the event about college affordability in New Hampshire to see Sanders, who he had hoped to vote for in November. Giordano said he is “very concerned” by the prospect of a Trump presidency but is wary of Clinton.

“I feel like at first there was more of an emotional block for me, that she didn’t seem as passionate and seemed more rehearsed,” said Giordano. “But in the debate, I think to counteract Donald Trump she showed herself to be more relatable.”

Giordano said he is inching toward Clinton but hasn’t ruled out a third-party vote. He is nonetheless mindful of the candidate he doesn’t want to see become president.

Paradoxically, millennials are a group she should do well with. The giant voting bloc now estimated to number nearly 70 million are the most diverse generation in American history. They tend to be more progressive, inclusive and share remarkably similar views about the Republican nominee. Nearly 75% of millennials believe Trump is racist and 71% say they would be “ashamed” of their country if he was elected, according to a battleground state survey of millennials for NextGen Climate, a liberal group run by Clinton supporter Tom Steyer.

There’s little danger that Clinton will lose millennials to Trump, who is trails in this age group by double digits. Her real challenge is to keep disaffected young people from leaving the Democratic party or staying home on 8 November.

“In a tight race like this one is shaping up to be,” said Andrew Baumann, a Democratic pollster the senior vice-president of Global Strategy Group, which conducted the survey. “The difference between Clinton winning 50%, 55% and 60% could be the difference between her winning the election or not.”

Millennials largely identify as independents

In a race between Clinton and Trump, nearly a quarter of millennials said they would not vote for president and in a race between all four candidates, 17% said they would vote for a third-party candidate, according to the millennial survey.

That a large swath of millennials find Clinton, who would be the nation’s first female president, “uninspiring” is partly Sanders’ fault, Baumann said.

“For many of these young voters, their introduction to Hillary Clinton has been through the prism of Bernie Sanders, and that wasn’t exactly a very positive one,” he said.

During the primary, the Vermont senator painted Clinton as a fixture of the very political establishment his revolution promised to overthrow. He hammered her over the richly paid speeches she made in front of big banks, which fueled a narrative among his supporters that she is “bought and paid for” by Wall Street.

But now, as the star of the progressive movement goes to bat for Clinton, that image has, for some, begun to fade. 

“We’ve seen Secretary Clinton start to adopt the messaging of Bernie Sanders,” said Ben O’Keefe, 22, of MoveOn.org, a progressive group that backed Sanders in the primary. “That’s not a coincidence and that’s not something we should ever fault her for. She’s listening to us. That’s what we should want in a presidential candidate.”

“Trump’s candidacy is built on the idea that he can run up the score with groups like older voters, so Clinton needs to be able to rely on a cushion among groups like millennials,” said Kristen Soltis Anderson, a Republican pollster and author of The Selfie Vote: Where Millennials are Leading America. 

“If millennials don’t find her to be adequately inspiring, there’s a chance that many of them decide to wash their hands of this whole election.”

Millennials are such a large voting bloc that increasing their support by 10 points could theoretically double her two-point lead against Trump in national polls, said Ben Tulchin, the pollster for Sanders’ campaign. The margin could be enough to cushion her in battleground states like North Carolina, Nevada and Colorado.

“It’s not reasonable to expect her to replicate his success with millennials but she doesn’t have to,” said Tulchin. “She just has to make progress with them.”

Tulchin said people they encountered truly cared about the issues, in particular: climate change, wage inequality, criminal justice reform and college affordability. He said Clinton’s campaign missed an opportunity to highlight the college affordability plan she and Sanders crafted. But, he said, Wednesday’s joint campaign event, which followed weeks of efforts designed to reach millennials, is a step in the right direction.

“If she can make the case convincingly that she’s progressive and shares their values, Bernie will vouch for her,” he said.



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Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Saudi Arabia sets precondition for Hamas

 Saudi Arabia sets precondition for Hamas

In a time that political analysts had expected that Ismail Haniyeh would hold several meetings with the top Saudi official during his hajj pilgrimage, he headed to Qatar immediately after completing his religious rite to discuss the future prospects of Hamas with the organization’s high-ranking officials, a move that signals the depth of rift opened between Hamas and Saudi Arabia.

Saudi ambassador to Egypt, Ahmad Qattan, in a ceremony celebrating the 88th anniversary of the establishment of the kingdom in the Saudi embassy in Cairo, reiterated that despite Haniye’s willingness to meet the Saudi King, Saudi officials rejected his offer  and set the precondition that Hamas reconsider its reciprocal relations with Qatar.

Today is the time for Hamas to take a clear and firm stance and tell in which regional camp it set its tents, for the time of establishing friendly relations for financial purposes has passed and now Hamas should understand that there is no more than one choice between Saudi Arabia and Qatar, said Ahmad Qattan who is also the kingdom’s permanent envoy to the Arab League, Elwatan reported.



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Picture shows Daesh Yazidi sex slaves sold in horrifying auctions to Saudi Arabia

Picture shows ISIS Yazidi sex slaves sold in horrifying auctions to Saudi Arabia

Sex slaves captured by Daesh terrorists are being sold at sickening auctions in Saudi Arabia Sun Online has been told.

The horrifying discovery was unveiled when an extremist was killed in fighting at the town of Al-Shirqat, which was taken over by the terror group in 2014.

Members of the Iraqi Popular Mobilisation Units (aks Al-Hashd al-Shaabi), a state-sponsored militia fighting to liberate the town, recovered his mobile phone and claimed to have found a picture of a sex slave market taken in Saudi Arabia.

The Arab nation is part of the so-called international coalition fighting the Daesh alongside the UK and US but wealthy Saudis have been accused of sponsoring the terror group for years, as reported by British media.

Britain also sells weapons to Saudi Arabia, despite concerns the Saudi regime is committing war crimes in Yemen – and it “seems inevitable” they involve UK weapons according to a report leaked earlier this month.

The kingdom has also faced numerous accusations of human rights abuses, including torture, degrading punishments and savage executions.

A spokesman for the PMU told Sun Online, “Our investigation officer was appalled at the set of images involving what we believe to be an Iraqi Yazidi (an ethnic minority in the region) woman taken as sex slave.

“Images were of the auction in Saudi Arabia of the woman and sexually explicit materials of the fighter and the woman in a hotel.

“Location data was observed on the image file as enabled by default on many smart phones.

“Further images involved Daesh members in Iraqi areas occupied by Daesh including Mosul and Baiji which indicates this fighter has been with ISIS for a long period of time as Baiji was liberated by us months ago.”

The fighters are now desperately trying to track down the woman’s family and launch a rescue attempt.

“We are engaging with our Yazidi members to find the family of the woman, location and health status,” the spokesman added.

“We hope to liberate her and all Iraqi women taken as sexual slaves by Daesh within Iraq or outside of Iraq as their basic human rights are being denied.

“We cannot allow this, as the force dedicated to the defence of Iraqi citizens.”

Sadly, it is not the first time the accusation that Daesh sells rape victims to Saudi Arabians has emerged.

An 18-year-old Yazidi sex slave who escaped Daesh claims she was sold in an international auction.

The teenager, Jinan, was abducted from her village in Northern Iraq last year when Daesh troops stormed her village and took her prisoner before torturing and sexually abusing her and the other captives in the terror group’s stronghold of Mosul.

She said dozens of women were being held in a large room, and it was not only Iraqis and Syrians trading women but also Saudis and Westerners, whose actual nationality was not clear.

Potential buyers, she wrote in her book ‘Daesh’s Slave’ would inspect the women “like livestock”.

The cruelty of Daesh terrorists against Yazidi women and girls is nothing new. As revealed eariler in June, Daesh extremist burnt alive 19 Kurdish women for rejecting sex slavery.

The victims, who had been taken by Daesh as sex slaves, were placed in iron cages in central Mosul and burned to death in front of hundreds of people.

The United Nations has cited allegations, based on Yezidi officials’ estimates, that as many as 3,500 people remained in Daesh captivity as of October 2015. 

“Many of the abuses, including torture, sexual slavery, and arbitrary detention, would be war crimes if committed in the context of the armed conflict, or crimes against humanity if they were part of Daesh policy during a systematic or widespread attack on the civilian population,” the HRW said. “The abuses against Yezidi women and girls documented by Human Rights Watch, including the practice of abducting women and girls and forcibly converting them to Islam and/or forcibly marrying them to Daesh members, may be part of a genocide against Yezidis.”



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Sadr: followers of the Ahl al-Bayt in Saudi Arabia, that you are in our hearts, we will not forget your suffering

Sadr: followers of the Ahl al-Bayt in Saudi Arabia, that you are in our hearts, we will not forget your suffering

The cleric Moqtada al-Sadr, on Monday, Replied a letter from "Saudia Arabia sons" about what they are exposed to "injustice and sectarian stresses," saying "you are in our hearts and we will not forget your suffering never," he said, adding that the Saudi government began to be convinced that the "terror of the IMT to the doctrine, "and that" opposition to the ruling regime by methods "is a terrorist."

Sadr said in a reply to a letter from a group calling themselves the "Sons of the Saudi Liberals", about what they are exposed to "injustice and sectarian stresses," asking him to advise the Saudi people, which took place under the "authority and militants", "God has plagued you sectarianism and militancy, there is no succumb and be steadfast witnesses for moderation and fairness and Atcetkinwa front uncompromising. "

He added that "the Saudi government began to taste the scourge of terrorism is gradually, and this will result in the separation of government and terrorism and imperceptibly, too," noting that it "seem convinced that terrorism IMT to the doctrine of something."

Sadr said that "the opposition to the ruling regime but it is a ways is a terrorist, of course," stressing "all that needs to be patience and perseverance," a ring his response by saying, "We are in Iraq in spite of our wounds, but you are in our hearts and did not and will not forget your suffering is never."

The leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr had earlier called, Saudi Arabia, to "be more open to the followers of Ahl al-Bayt (peace be upon them), to ease sectarian tensions in the region."



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