The US Coalition has, for the second time this week, carried out an attack against Syrian pro-government forces in the Al-Tanf area near the Syria/Iraq border.
Venezuelan opposition figure held meeting with Israeli officials in 2012
By Richard Edmondson
We have been witnessing over the past few years what looks very much like a regime change operation under way in Venezuela. Recently I put up a post about a man who was doused with gasoline and set on fire by an anti-government mob. Since then I’ve come across a few tidbits of information that might be of interest to readers and that add weight to my thesis that: scratch the surface deeply enough, anywhere there’s trouble in the world, and you’ll likely find a Zionist connection.
The US regime change effort in Venezuela seems to be going full steam. On Saturday, May 20, a government supporter, 21-year-old Orlando Jose Figuera, was set on fire by a mob, most likely of the protestor-for-hire variety. The video above features an interview with his parents.
“Beware of the leaven of the Pharisees, which is hypocrisy.”
By Richard Edmondson
Reading the gospels in the light of current events becomes a more eye-opening experience for me with each passing day. Take the words of Jesus in Luke 12:1. “Beware of the leaven of the Pharisees, which is hypocrisy,” he remarks to his disciples.
Turns out that the two buildings housing the central headquarters for the White Helmets and Al-Nusra were located adjacent to each other in Eastern Aleppo–and that both were just a short walk from the M10 hospital, a facility formerly pronounced “destroyed” by the mainstream media (though it is in fact still standing, as the video shows).
[ Ed. note – In a post I put up on Monday I wrote, “The US government’s unquenchable thirst for overturning other governments is the greatest threat to world peace today.” Apparently 60 percent of the people of Sweden agree with me. Below is a news story on a recent poll conducted in Sweden; the video above supplies an analysis on the conflict in Syria, but also mentions the poll. ]
[ Ed. note – Every time I see Syrian President Bashar Assad interviewed, I find myself impressed. He is soft-spoken, articulate, and everything he says rings true. In this exchange with a group of French journalists, he comments: “For the French people I would say the mainstream media has failed in most of the West. The narrative has been debunked because of the reality, and you have the alternative media. You have to look for the truth.”