WikiLeaks Bombshell: ‘There Is No US Election’

22 Oct

WikiLeaks Bombshell: ‘There Is No US Election’

This proves as what Karen Hudes says…  

The United States is in interregnum; it’s Constitution suspended by Congress under a state of emergency?[ bottom of p1 ] Did you not see the clip how Trump refused to reveal how the funding collected for Haiti after the Hurricane was stolen by the Clinton Foundation [  ] Did you not understand that the US is called a corporation and all of the governments represented by CT Corporation in an illegal power grab?  or understand that all voting machines are hacked? I have already contacted Donald Trump, who refuses to replace unconstitutional Federal Reserve Notes I contacted Hillary Clinton many times over the years and she is part of the corruption in the international monetary system 

WikiLeaks say the US election for the President of the United States is rigged. According to Julian Assange Presidents are selected, not elected.
 WikiLeaks couldn’t have made it clearer in a series of tweets on Thursday – the US election for the President of the United States is rigged. The establishment have selected their President and by hook or crook she will be “elected.”

Responding to allegations that WikiLeaks recent leaks have outed it as playing partisan politics, WikiLeaks fired back, “You are not a fan of publishing true information about corrupt ruling power factions who will take power on Jan 20?

There is no US election. There is power consolidation. Rigged primary, rigged media and rigged ‘pied piper’ candidate drive consolidation.

On the day WikiLeaks publicized the release of emails from Barack Obama’s personal account, their Twitter account then stated that the outcome of the election was planned from the outset: “What election? It has been clear from the beginning who is going to win. This is, in effect, a power consolidation exercise.”

Considering what we now know about the behind-the-scenes rigging of the Democratic primary, the collusion between the DNC establishment and mainstream media, and the fact Hillary Clinton pushed for Donald Trump’s GOP nomination, can you possibly disagree?

Are Presidents elected or selected?

WikiLeaks emails from Barack Obama’s personal email account reveal that the Bush administration contacted the future president multiple times before the election, secretly organizing the transition of power.

Today’s revelations raise questions about why it was so smooth — suggestions Obama was selected by the shadow government, rather than elected by the people, are no longer tinfoil hat territory.

The most eye catching email in today’s leak contains a message from John Podesta about an invitation from President George W. Bush to the “President-Elect.”

Should that have read “President-Select?” Podesta sent the email to Obama before the election result was known.

But it gets even worse.

The emails show a transition plan was being worked on long before the 2008 election had taken place. According to an attached memo in one of the emails, Obama was already discussing his transition to office with members of the Bush Administration, including then-Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson, prior to the election.

As you have observed in your interactions with Secretary Paulson, he is apparently eager to involve you and your transition team extensively in his policy choices following the election.

Are Presidents elected or selected?

Another attached memo acknowledges that it was unusual to start the transition process so soon.

We are now at the point of deciding how to staff economic policy during the transition, who should be the point of contact with Treasury and how to blend the transition and campaign economic policy talent.

Normally these decisions could be made after the election, and ideally after the selection of a National Economic Advisor, but, of course, these are not normal times.

Not normal times? Perhaps not in 2008. But eight years later, it seems nothing has changed. What was “not normal” in 2008 has become very much the norm in 2016.

Thanks to WikiLeaks and the unprecedented peek behind the curtains of power they have granted us, the shadow government has been exposed to the light. 2008 wasn’t a smooth transition of power, it was silky smooth power consolidation.

WikiLeaks’ variety of journalism – cold, hard, pristine truth – has more than ruffled feathers. The entire henhouse has gone mad. The ruling party are slavering at the mouth, and mainstream media has never been so easy to see through.

Watch CNN’s Scott Cuomo, the same guy caught lying to Americans about their First Amendment rights, put himself in the running for aRazzie Award after the network pulled an interview with Rep. Chris Collins as soon as he mentioned WikiLeaks.

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WikiLeaks Bombshell: ‘There Is No US Election’



22 Oct



‘Philippines delivers major blow to US imperial ambitions in Asia’

22 Oct
Fri Oct 21, 2016 7:37PM
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Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte’s pronouncement of his country’s “separation” from the United States and marriage to China is a “major blow to US imperial ambitions in Asia,”according to an American a writer and retired professor.  

James Petras, a professor emeritus of sociology at Binghamton University in New York, and adjunct professor at Saint Mary’s University in Halifax, Canada, made the remarks in an interview with Press TV on Friday.

During a visit to China on Thursday, President Duterte announced a “separation from the US,” saying the separation applied to military and economic cooperation between Washington and Manila.

Despite this public snub, US Defense Secretary Ashton Carter insisted on Friday that his country intends to keep its alliance commitments to the Philippines.

“We have important alliance commitments which we intend to keep in the Philippines,” Carter said, adding, “Obviously any relationship is one of mutuality and we will continue to discuss that with our Philippine counterparts.”

US Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter (L) comes out from the building for an enhanced honor cordon to welcome South Korean National Defense Minister Han Min-goo at the Pentagon on October 20, 2016 in Arlington, Virginia. (Photo by AFP) 

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang (R) speaks during a meeting with Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte (not pictured) at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing on October 20, 2016. (Photo by AFP) 

Professor Petras said, “President Duterte has marked out a new direction for Philippine policy, because the Philippines has been a colony of the United States either officially or unofficially.”

“And as a result it’s the poorest country in Southeast Asia despite the fact that it has a very advanced education system and many, many scores of thousands of skilled professionals – many of them work abroad,” he added.

“With the rise of China I think that there is great opportunity here on the basis of Chinese financing and accommodating the Philippine needs for development,” the scholar said.

“We will see a very great change in Philippine policy. Instead of serving as a military base for the United States to attack China, I think they are going to reduce their military ties to the United States, and expand their economic ties with China, and as a result, I think, the US will eventually lose one of their key military outposts controlling China’s trade on the South China Sea,” he noted.

“I think this is a major blow to US imperial ambitions in Asia. And, I think, it’s recognition among the Philippine people that they a future in economic relations with China, rather than military dependency on the United States,” Professor Petras concluded.

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Comments (12)

john1 hour ago
isolate America they have nothing good to offer the world
cmoa1 hour ago
Death to Zionism
Syrian1 hour ago
Anyone who’s been awake thru-out the Syrian crisis can expect an inflow of cia-Islamists for a cia-style jihad against this Philippino president
historical fact5 hours ago
Before the Yanks remove the Taliban under Mulla Umar, there was zero opium production. After the Yanks “liberated” Afghanistan, there has been a sea of opium floating towards Iran, Russia, Pakistan, and the rest of the world.
defenderm> historical fact4 hours ago
Stafford6 hours ago
President Duterte may need to keep an eye on the US sponsored NGOs etc and remember what has happened in Caracas, Kiev, Syria etc
adam andrew> Stafford2 hours ago
wouldn,t take long when Taiwan, Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia, and other Asian countries join Philippine. because these countries are serving America to be against china. when they get nothing from America. because America by herself has $20t deficit
Good News6 hours ago
Universal “good bye” is coming to America like typhoon…..thank you Philippines.
jmarioneaux6 hours ago
I am proud of the Philippines and there approach. I am sick of the American imperialism and its aggressive behavior. I am an American born and raised in America but I am no longer proud of America.
War Is A Racket6 hours ago
Vietnam would be well advised to look closely at the intelligent actions of the Philippines. How many Vietnamese did LBJ and Nixon murder in cold blood. Does their lives mean so little to you?
Just World!7 hours ago
Every country america has ‘looked after’ is the worse for their…..attention!!!
Late Indian Journalist M B Naqvi (he was one of the 1st to use Yanks in this region)> Just World!6 hours ago
Before the Yanks remove the Taliban under Mulla Umar, there was zero opium production. After the Yanks “liberated” Afghanistan, there is a sea of opium floating towards Iran, Russia, Pakistan, and the rest of the world.

15 Iraqi women slain in US-led airstrike in Kirkuk province

22 Oct
Fri Oct 21, 2016 3:2PM
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At least 15 women have lost their lives and scores of other civilians have sustained injuries when fighter jets operated by the so-called US-led coalition struck a mourning procession in Iraq’s oil-rich northern province of Kirkuk.

Local official Amir Huda Karam said the aerial attack targeted a Shia place of worship in the town of Daquq, located approximately 180 kilometers north of the capital Baghdad, on Friday.

Iraqis go through the rubble after a US-led coalition airstrike targeted a Shia mourning ceremony in the town of Daquq, south of the city of Kirkuk, October 21, 2016. (Photo by Iraqi al-Ghadeer television channel)

‘Not justifiable’

Meanwhile, Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Qassemi condemned the killing of Iraqi civilians by foreign military forces under the pretext of fighting terrorism, saying that no excuse can justify attacking innocent civilians attending a mourning procession.

He also offered the Islamic Republic’s condolences to the Iraqi government and nation over the deadly attack in Daquq.

US-led strike on the heels of Daesh attack

The tragic incident came just hours after three Daesh Takfiri terrorists attacked a power plant in the town of Dibs, located 55 kilometers northwest of Kirkuk, and blew themselves up, killing 18 people, including three Iranians.

Security sources, speaking on condition of anonymity, said the slain Iranian technicians were carrying out maintenance at the facility.

The sources added that some of the surviving militants had blocked off the road between the town and the power station.

Crude oil production facilities were not affected as a result of the assault, and power supply remained uninterrupted.

The security sources said the situation in Kirkuk had largely been brought under control after Kurdish forces dislodged the militants from all the police and public buildings they had seized before dawn.

Earlier, multiple explosions ripped through Kirkuk and bursts of machine gun fire could be heard across the northeastern oil city.

Witnesses, requesting anonymity, said much of the fighting was focused on a government compound in the city.

Kirkuk Governor Najmadin Karim, however, stated that militants had not managed to take control of any government buildings in the city, located 236 kilometers north of Baghdad.

A curfew is now in effect and streets are largely deserted amid fears of militant snipers.

Local authorities had earlier said some of the assailants were holed up in a hotel and a mosque in the middle of Kirkuk.

Lieutenant General Talib Shaghati, commander of Iraq’s Joint Operations Command, said the attackers in Kirkuk came from outside the city.

The Takfiri Daesh terrorist group later claimed responsibility for the attacks in Dibs in an online statement.

The assaults came four days after nearly 30,000 army soldiers, fighters from pro-government Popular Mobilization Units and Kurdish Peshmerga forces launched a massive and multi-pronged operation to retake the city of Mosul from Daesh militants.

Iraqi journalist killed in Kirkuk

Additionally, a senior correspondent for the regional and state-run Turkmeneli television network has been fatally shot by a Daesh sniper in Kirkuk.

An unnamed police colonel said 30-year-old Ahmet Haceroglo (seen above) was struck by a sniper bullet to the chest and died of his wounds as he was covering incidents in Kirkuk.

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Russia Has Proof: Vladimir Putin Threatens to Publish Details of Secret NATO, Belgian Bombing Raids in Syria

22 Oct

Russia Has Proof: Vladimir Putin Threatens to Publish Details of Secret NATO, Belgian Bombing Raids in Syria


One of the strangest incidents of the Syrian conflict took place on 18th October 2016.

According to the Russians two Belgian F-16 aircraft, after having taken off from an air base in Jordan, and after having been refuelled in the air over Syria by US aircraft, carried out a bombing raid on the Kurdish village of Hasajek in Syria’s northern Aleppo province, killing 6 civilians.

On the same day there were reports that the ‘Syrian Defence Forces’ – an umbrella organisation dominated by the Kurdish militia the YPG – has captured this village from ISIS.

The Russians say that they were not told of this bombing raid by the US led anti ISIS coalition despite the agreement between the US and Russian militaries that they would inform each other of such raids.

The Belgians categorically deny that the raid took place.  In order to lend force to their denials, they summoned the Russian ambassador to the Belgian Foreign Ministry to complain personally to him about the Russian claims.

Given the routine way allegations go continuously backwards and forwards in this conflict, this Belgian reaction in a situation where a mere denial would have sufficed, looks hyper-sensitive and strange in itself.

The Russians have responded to the Belgian denials by claiming that they have radar data which proves conclusivelythat the raid took place, and that it was carried out by the Belgian F16s as they say.


I do not know the truth about this affair.  I would however say that it is not on the face of it implausible that NATO aircraft, whether from Belgium or from some other NATO country, carried out a raid on Hasajek on 18th October 2016.

Hasajek is located in territory contested in a bitter three-cornered fight by ISIS, the Turkish military and the YPG.  On 20th October 2016 the Turkish air force also carried out bombing raids on Kurdish militia in this area, provoking threats from Damascus to shoot down Turkish aircraft intruding into Syrian air space to carry out such raids.

It is certainly possible that Belgian aircraft forming part of the anti-ISIS coalition might have carried out a bombing raid in this area.  Possibly the raid was carried out to support the attack on Hasajek by the YPG, with NATO wanting to avoid disclosing the fact so as not to anger the Turks, who are in conflict with the YPG.

Assuming that the raid actually took place, that still does not explain why the Russians are making such a fuss about it, when it was by the standards of the Syrian war only a small raid, and one which did not involve the Syrian army.  Nor does it explain why the Belgians in turn are reacting so strongly.

A guess is that the Russians want the West to know that with the advanced radar and surface to air missiles now they now have in Syria they can track the movement of all NATO aircraft flying there. In that way the Russians are able to show the extent of their knowledge of what is going on – and by extension the extent of their control – of Syrian air space.  Indeed General Igor Konashenkov, the Russian Defence Ministry’s spokesman, has actually said as much

“Russia has effective air defence measures capable of round-the-clock monitoring of the sky above almost all of Syria. In addition to ours, the airspace is also controlled by Syrian air defences, which have been restored during the past year.”

That however may not be the only or even the major reason for the Russian action.

Russian disclosure that they are able to track the movement of every NATO aircraft in Syrian airspace may be intended to show to the West that the Russians can disprove Western claims of Russian responsibility for civilian deaths when these were actually caused by raids carried out by NATO aircraft.

Importantly the Russians are now saying that they know of many raids carried out in Syria by NATO aircraft which have gone unreported, and which have caused civilian casualties.  This is what Konashenkov is reported to have said about that

“I’d like to stress that this was not the first time when the international coalition conducted airstrikes against civilian targets and later denied responsibility for them,” he said. “Coalition warplanes have hit weddings, funerals, hospitals, police stations, humanitarian convoys and even Syrian troops fighting Islamic State [IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL] terrorists.”

This is a strong clue of what this incident is probably all about.  It looks like a warning to NATO that the Russians will in future start publishing details of NATO bombing raids, and will start identifying the nationality of the aircraft carrying them out, if blanket attributions of Russian responsibility for civilian deaths in Syria and of Russian war crimes continue.

Moreover if both the Russians and the Belgians know of unreported bombing raids carried out by Belgian aircraft in the past which resulted in heavy civilian loss of life, that might explain Belgium’s sensitivity, and the strength of the Belgian reaction.

@KarenHudes Maine Republic and Anna von Reitz tried to steal the world’s monetary gold reserves

22 Oct


Maine Republic and Anna von Reitz tried to steal the world’s monetary gold reserves


Karen Hudes Fri, Oct 21, 2016 4:41 PM

To: Ronnie

Thank you for forwarding me Anna Von Reitz’ latest statement on the internet in the Maine Republic. I am including the links which show how Anna von Reitz ( that fake Judge) tried to steal the world’s monetary gold reserves in the Global Debt Facility by claiming that Joseph Dunford, Jr. was allowed to be a military dictator. For those who do not want to read through the documents, Anna von Reitz said that I had not responded to her bogus claims, when in fact what happened was someone hacked into
my computer and removed my response. Then someone else hacked into my computer again and restored my response to von Reitz’ bogus attempt to steal the world’s assets. Von Reitz slunk away. All of the shills who were joining in von Reitz’ attempt to steal the world’s assets in the Global Debt Facility (Abel Danger, Joel Skousen, Ben Fulford) were then outed as well.

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@KarenHudes When YouTube won’t post my comments, I’ll tweet them instead

22 Oct


When YouTube won’t post my comments, I’ll tweet them instead:

Karen Hudes
This is my second reply. YouTube swallowed the first. [Youtube refused to post this reply so I am “tweeting” it. ] I interviewed Bill Walker and John De Herrera on DCTV: The show is at 30:44

When the dollar collapses? The dollar is not collapsing. And I am hopeful that the Federal Reserve Note is going to be exchanged for the US gold in the Global Debt Facility, which is more likely according to the Power Transition Model from the US National War College. abdollahian kugler

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