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#1261 Col-Arthur



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Posted 08 December 2016 - 10:10 AM

Sure is quiet in here

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Posted 08 December 2016 - 10:50 AM

Sure is quiet in here

Part of the reason is people still can't get on site. The warning still comes up. If you google the site it is almost impossible to reach and it is touch and go if you come in from an email response.
People are just getting fed up.
Add that to the fact that so many are still pouting about the election.... sort of like the protesters... and all you hear are crickets.

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Posted 14 December 2016 - 03:44 PM

Not the FBI, not aliens from UFOs and certainly not the Russkies...



"How Hillary blew Michigan, and the election"


"It wasn’t James Comey. It wasn’t the Russians. It wasn’t misogyny either, according to Politico’s Edward-Isaac Dovere. Hillary Clinton lost the presidential election because of the incompetence of Hillary Clinton and her team. Nowhere was this more evident than in Michigan, Dovere writes, where the SEIU wanted to shift resources in the final fortnight of the campaign:...

Everybody could see Hillary Clinton was cooked in Iowa. So when, a week-and-a-half out, the Service Employees International Union started hearing anxiety out of Michigan, union officials decided to reroute their volunteers, giving a desperate team on the ground around Detroit some hope.
They started prepping meals and organizing hotel rooms.
SEIU — which had wanted to go to Michigan from the beginning, but been ordered not to — dialed Clinton’s top campaign aides to tell them about the new plan. According to several people familiar with the call, Brooklyn HQ was furious.
Turn that bus around, the Clinton team ordered SEIU. Those volunteers needed to stay in Iowa to fool Donald Trump into competing there, not drive to Michigan, where the Democrat’s models projected a 5-point win through the morning of Election Day."

Edited by Col-Arthur, 14 December 2016 - 03:47 PM.

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Posted 15 December 2016 - 10:58 AM

Only some people have problems. I don't have problems getting on website. It's fine.

#1265 Goldwater Girl

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Posted 16 December 2016 - 01:11 PM

As Bill would say, Hillary finally blew something :ike:

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Posted 17 December 2016 - 08:43 AM

The reasons I didn't vote for Hillary had nothing to do with "fake news" or "Russians".

I didn't vote for her because she is a despicable, deceitful and elitist politician who vowed to continue and intensify the progressive policies of the current disgusting cowardly POTUS.

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#1267 Savile Row

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Posted 25 December 2016 - 01:51 AM

Breakfast Club World(Book) Watch
 A Possible Trilogy
(Part I)
 A Russian View


Plotting a Russian Benghazi: Is Hillary Clinton behind Ambassador Karlov's murder
December 23, 2016 - Fort Russ -
Ruslan Ostashko, Live Journal
- translated by J. Arnoldski

"I was taught to always look
for two things  in every crime:
who has a motive and who has the tools
to realize their criminal plans. Based on these two principles,
I am inclined to believe that there is great probability that Hillary Clinton
is personally behind the murder of our ambassador to Turkey."

The former Secretary of State
and presidential candidate had a very serious motive
to order this crime. This motive is not rational, but this does not mean that it is any less serious. This motive is exacting personal revenge on the Russian president. But let’s start with the other question: did Hillary Clinton have the capability of organize the murder of the Russian ambassador? Yes.
Turkish authorities are already saying that the murder was linked to the Fethullah Gulen’s secret organization which is famous for its close ties to the CIA and US State Department. As experts following Islamic organizations are saying, the claim that the armed Jaish al-Fath opposition coalition (earlier known as Al-Nusra) had taken responsibility for Andrey Karlov’s murder turned out to be a fake.
Putting all of these factors together, the theory that the murderer worked for Gulen’s organization is more convincing. This organization’s links to the CIA and State Department are well known. They include financing as well as legal, organizational, and informational support. No wonder Gulen has lived in the US for many years and American authorities refuse to extradite this “preacher” to Turkey.
Read more:
(Part II)
Russian military plane goes missing

Published December 25, 2016
· Associated Press
MOSCOW – A Russian Tu-154 aircraft
with 91 people aboard, including a famed military band
on the way to Syria, disappeared Sunday over the Black Sea
shortly after takeoff from the resort town of Sochi,the Defense ministry said.
The ministry said the plane was carrying the famous Alexandrov military band for a concert
at the Russian air base in Syria.
A total of 83 passengers and eight crew were on board when the plane dropped off radar early Sunday. Emergency services are searching for the plane, a Soviet-designed three-engine airliner, the ministry said.

Nine journalists were among the passengers, according to the Interfax news agency.

Russian media reports said the plane disappeared over the sea a few minutes after takeoff.

Interfax reported that the rescuers already have determined the location of the crash, but there has been no official confirmation.

Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu was personally coordinating the rescue efforts, and President Vladimir Putin has received official reports on the incident.
Read more:

(Book III)

CIA Chief Warns the Obama Administration Against Anti-Russian Moves

Central Intelligence Agency director John Brennan is warning the White House

against waging cyber attacks on the Russian government in retaliation for allegations that the Kremlin interfered with the US presidential election
The US government has accused

Russian President Vladimir Putin of hacking the Democratic Party

to help Donald Trump defeat Hillary Clinton in the recent presidential election.

The claims have been widely criticized by veterans of the intelligence community,

as well as by the Kremlin.
"I don't think we should resort to some of the tactics and techniques that our adversaries employ against us. I think we need to remember what we're fighting for," Brennan said in an interview with National Public Radio broadcast on Friday morning.

Brennan said that the **-for-tat methods of retaliation that have been suggested are “beneath us.”
At a year-end press conference on Friday, Putin again commented on accusations that the Russian government interfered with the election, asserting that the Democratic Party is blaming their failures on external factors.

"The current [US] administration and the leadership of the US Democratic Party are trying to put the blame for all their failures on external factors. We know that the Democratic Party has lost not only the presidential elections, but also the Senate [race], where the Republicans now have a majority, and in the Congress, where the Republicans have a majority [as well]. Is it also my doing?" Putin said.

Read more: https://sputniknews....ttacking-russia

Jeffersonville Sage #1:
It looks like there are Factions and Conflicts at the CIA.


Some history of the great agency:
A statue of Maj. Gen. William J. Donovan
stands in solemn watch next to the Office of Strategic Services (OSS) Memorial.
Donovan was the head of the OSS and is the "Father of Modern American Intelligence Gathering."
Donovan is responsible for developing

the five principles of the CIA:

•Be an independent agency,
•Be able to do overt and covert action,
•Set the tone for how intelligence would be gathered in the community,
•Coordinate all the Intelligence community, and
•Have no police powers

What would "Wild Bill" say about this BHusseinO /HRC mess?


:sick: :mc-smiley: :sick:

Edited by Savile Row, 25 December 2016 - 02:50 AM.

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Posted 12 January 2017 - 11:42 PM

Breakfast Club Clinton Crime Foundation


Why the criminal investigation
of Hillary Clinton is back
to front and center

By Judge Andrew P. Napolitano
·Published January 12, 2017


Edited by Savile Row, 12 January 2017 - 11:58 PM.

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Posted 26 January 2017 - 04:29 PM

Moved, bro...

Edited by Savile Row, 26 January 2017 - 04:44 PM.

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Posted 26 January 2017 - 04:38 PM

Also migrated to the Clark County thread...

Edited by Savile Row, 26 January 2017 - 04:49 PM.

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