In the video above, Dane Wigington delivers a presentation on geoengineering which took place last September in Redding, California. Wigington maintains the GeoengineeringWatch.org website, and he has gotten together with a team of lawyers to form the Legal Alliance to Stop Geoengineering, or LASG.
On Monday of this week, the LASG filed a “US 60-Day Notice of Legal Action”–basically giving notice to a number of named individuals that they are about to become defendants in a lawsuit aimed at stopping the illegal spraying taking place in our skies.
The suit is expected to be filed in federal court in California within the next 60 days.
By Nahida Exiled Palestinian
Home, real home . . . is not of this world
Where only good is seen, evil has no place
Home is the place where there is no hate, no hurt, no harm
No quarrel, no prejudice, no qualm
A new video uploaded by Sheikh Imran Hosein. As the Sheikh points out, Christianity and Islam concur with each other on “the release of Gog and Magog upon the world,” as he refers to it. See my article, if you’ve not yet read it, Gog, Magog and Skunkwater. Below is a brief excerpt:
The photo above is of Qamar Manasra, a 16-year-old Palestinian girl who lives in Reineh, a small village in the northern part of Israel. On July 19, Qamar’s home was invaded by Israeli forces who arrested her on charges of “incitement” for her posts on Facebook.
[Ed. note – For the past few days, word has been circulating around that the same photographer who filmed the truck bombing in Nice on July 14, also happens to have been on hand at the attack in Munich on July 22. The issue has been posted on Twitter by Cynthia McKinney and has also been discussed at Reddit, Veterans Today, and elsewhere. ]
By Ariadna Theokopoulos
Cynthia McKinney calls a shofar a shofar and links Israel –she does not just “appear” to make the link, as the Hill cautiously indicates — to recent terror attacks in France and Germany.
Only if one believes in astronomical odds coincidences can one arrive at a different conclusion. No wonder they gerrymandered her district to arrange for her ouster from Congress…
While attitudes toward Israel held by the American public are starting to change, particularly among younger Americans who get their news from the Internet, polls taken in years past have shown that a majority, when questioned on the Israel-Palestine conflict, actually believe it is the Palestinians who are occupying Israel. Certainly we can imagine that those who get most of their news from Fox and CNN might be inclined to harbor such erroneous ideas…but of course, if you went to Israel and conducted a similar poll among Jewish settlers in the West Bank, you’d probably hear identical views expressed.
The ruins of Gaza’s Wafa Hospital–destroyed by Israel in 2014
[Ed. note – It looks like both US presidential candidates have selected running mates with staunchly pro-Israel credentials. A couple of days ago I posted a video of Indiana Governor Mike Pence, Donald Trump’s VP pick, in which he repeatedly refers to Israel as “our most cherished ally” (a total of three times in 44 seconds) almost as if reciting the Pledge of Allegiance. And then just yesterday The Forward came out with a piece outlining why Virginia Senator Tim Kaine is the “Jewiest” (their word, not mine) possible candidate Hillary Clinton could have chosen to round out the Democratic ticket (he hosts Passover seders, loves Israel, and facilitated the opening of a Sabra hummus factory in Virginia).