CBS Late Show with Bro. Stephen Colbert with special Freemason Guests Bro. George Clooney & Bro. Jeb! Bush (Cutsigns @ 00:57, 00:58, 01:00 etc.)

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Stephen Colbert’s tenure on “The Late Show” began Tuesday night with a tribute to his predecessor David Letterman and a visit from an old friend.

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<font color=purple>CNN</font> <strike>Moscow</strike> London Bureau Phil Black 'Bio' (Freemason Recognition Handsign Gesture's [Cutsigns])

Published on Aug 31, 2014

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About

Phil Black is an International Correspondent based in CNN’s London bureau.

Before his deployment to London, Black was CNN International’s Russia correspondent based in Moscow. In this capacity he reported on a number of high-profile stories from the region including Vladimir Putin’s landslide re-election as president and the controversial arrest and detainment of protest punk group Pussy Riot.

Prior to joining CNN International, Black spent seven years at Seven News in Sydney as a correspondent on Australia’s highest rating news programme, where he covered the Asian Tsunami from Sri Lanka.

Black is Australian and studied an associate diploma in Journalism at Macleay College in Sydney.

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VIDEO: South Vietnam's President Nguyen Van Thieu talks to BBC - Jan 31, 1975 (Briefing on the conclusions of the Synod on the Family 2014.10.18)

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“Aid reduced to $700 million; reduced our combat efficiency to 40% American political decision will encourage North Vietnam to speed takeover of South Vietnam and will discourage people and army. Only North Vietnam got peace from Paris. South Vietnam still at war.”

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VIDEO: E.U. - Ukraine Association Agreement 'sealed' (Freemason Gestures Bro. José Manuel Barroso @ 00:48 & 00:55)

Published on Sep 16, 2014

On the 27th of June this year, Ukraine (and Georgia and Moldova) signed the Association Agreement with the European Union, to govern policy convergence and later trade. Its supporters see it as setting the seal on a new era of east-west relations.

Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko highlighted the solemnity of the moment, smiling broadly: “I will sign the Association Agreement by this pen, which mentions EU-Ukraine Association Agreement, Vilnius, 29th November. It did not happen then, but th…
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RETWEETED: 'Rhodes Scholar' Tony Abbott on the cover of Oct. 2006 G.L. of N.S.W. Freemason Magazine

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AFP: The legal woes of Bro. Dominique Strauss-Kahn - 'This case involves a ring of businessmen and police - connected through freemasonry - setting up sex parties in luxury hotel rooms'

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February 2, 2015

The legal woes of Dominique Strauss-Kahn
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Paris (AFP) – Here is a breakdown of the legal woes which led to the downfall of former International Monetary Fund chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn.

— THE NEW YORK MAID AFFAIR —

Strauss-Kahn is arrested in New York on May 14, 2011, as his plane is about to take off for France after Nafissatou Diallo, a maid at his hotel, accused him of sexually attacking her when he emerged from the shower.

He denies the accusations which shock his native France where he is expected to run for president in a year.

He is held in prison for four days before being placed under house arrest for seven weeks pending a hearing. He also resigns from his post as head of the IMF.

On July 6 a French writer, Tristane Banon, lodges a complaint against him for an alleged sexual assault in 2003 which she later drops after a court says the incident happened too long ago.

Strauss-Kahn’s semen is found on Diallo’s dress, but in August the charges are dropped against him after a court ruled she was an unreliable witness.

The Guinean then files a civil suit against him which is settled in December and reported to be in excess of $1.5 million (1.3 million euros)

— THE CARLTON AFFAIR —

This case involves a ring of businessmen and police — connected through freemasonry — setting up sex parties in luxury hotel rooms.

In October 2011, Dominique Alderweireld, a convicted pimp known as “Dodo la Saumure”, a reference to the brine used for mackerel, which is French slang for pimp, is charged with procuring prostitutes and money laundering.

As part of the probe into Alderweireld, who runs brothels in Belgium, police uncover an alleged cross-border prostitution ring involving the managers of the luxury Carlton hotel in Lille, local business leaders and police officials.

Rene Kojfer, former Carlton public relations officer, is one of the key accused.

He is charged with “aggravated pimping” for allegedly advertising “Dodo’s” brothels in France, putting clients in touch with prostitutes and setting up sex parties in the hotel as part of the vice ring.

He admits to providing the contact details of prostitutes to businessman David Roquet.

Roquet, former police commissioner Jean-Christophe Lagarde and businessman Fabrice Pazskowski are accused of directly setting up sex parties for the IMF chief.

Along with Dodo’s girlfriend Beatrice Legrain — who ran a massage and sex parlour in Belgium — they are among 14 accused standing trial for aggravated pimping in an organised group.

For Strauss-Kahn, the case will come down to whether the court thinks he was aware the women were prostitutes, acted as a pimp by providing an apartment for the sex parties, and initiated the orgies.

His defence is that he merely partook in group sex organised by his entourage, and did not know the women were paid.

The pimping charge against Strauss-Kahn is punishable by up to 10 years in prison and a fine of up to 1.5 million euros ($1.7 million).

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VIDEO: Bro. Gore Vidal - 1995 BBC Documentary - Episode One (4/4) (Freemason 'Gesture')

Published on Aug 13, 2012

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Episode TWO can be found here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lR8HE1f3guA

“Gore Vidal’s Gore Vidal” (Originally broadcast 9th October 1995 on BBC1)

Autobiography of the late Gore Vidal, looking at the life of one of America’s leading literary figures who for years entranced and enraged the US with his outspoken views, novels and essays. This programme follows him around the scenes of his youth.

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VIDEO: Vietnam War Honolulu Conference. President Johnson, Generals Thieu & Bro. Westmoreland Feb 5-7 1966

Published on Apr 10, 2014

US President Lyndon Johnson, South Vietnamese General Nguyễn Văn Thiệu, and US General William Westmoreland meet in 1966 in Honolulu to discuss the progress of the Vietnam War.

From US Army Staff Film Report 66-7A

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VIDEO: MARCUS WELBY, MD - "I've Promised You A Father" - Part 7 (Freemason 'Gestures' Bro. Robert Young & Producers cough, cough)

Published on Jan 21, 2013

Part 7 of 7. The conclusion of “I’ve Promised You A Father”.


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VIDEO: Putin, Poroshenko Shake Hands At Minsk Summit (Freemason Gestures Bro. Alexander Lukashenko)

Published 26 August 2014

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Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko and Russian President Vladimir Putin shook hands at the start of multilateral talks in Minsk on August 26. It was the first time the two presidents have met since June.


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VIDEO: Press Conference - Formation of a state - 24 Aug 2014 (Defense Min. V. Kononov & Prime Min. A. Zakharchenko)

Published on Aug 26, 2014

This is a thorough press conference by Alexander V. Zakharchenko, Chairman of The Council of Ministers of The Donetsk National Republic. It touches upon a few key points regarding the war, its origins and what and whom Kiev is fighting.

The possibility of Federalization is also discarded as irrelevant as that ship had certainly sailed. This is a fight for independence now.

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VIDEO: Toronto Mayor Rob Ford interview with CBC's Bro. Peter Mansbridge: 8 key points

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Nov 19, 2013

In the midst of a campaign by his fellow city councillors to strip him of the bulk of his mayoral powers, Toronto Mayor Rob Ford took to radio and television to drive home his message this week, speaking to several U.S. networks and with CBC’s Peter Mansbridge.

While much of what he told CBC’s chief correspondent was in one way or another a reiteration of what he said in the past, there were several points that seemed to raise more questions than answers.

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Ukraine’s Dystopian Descent into Military Dictatorship

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Ukraine’s Dystopian Descent into Military Dictatorship

August 05, 2014

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The Ukrainian state continues its slow-motion collapse, this time with Poroshenko seeking to deal a death blow to the last remnants of the Rada. He has accused “half of the Verkhovna Rada” of being “a ‘fifth column’ which is controlled from abroad, whole factions” after they did not pass a bill labelling Lugansk and Donetsk’s governments as terrorist organizations.

Such an action would have granted pseudo-legitimacy to the US in doing the same, with the ultimate intent of connecting supposed Russian support of these entities with “state sponsor of terrorism” status. By his threatening words, Poroshenko is purposely trying to rile up nationalist voters and intimidate any remaining pragmatic politicians in his quest for near-total control over the state, just as an oligarch holds absolute power of his company. Concurrent with this, the West is wholeheartedly supporting Ukraine’s military, although that institution is on the brink of self-implosion as well. The unstable result of these two trends is the dystopian descent of Ukraine towards military dictatorship, all with the enthusiastic backing of the West in its latest anti-Russian crusade.

Fifth Columns and F.lthy Politics

Poroshenko is playing a f.lthy political game by accusing half of the Rada of being a “fifth column” under Russian influence. In reality, most of the Ukrainian government is a fifth column, albeit of the West, but that’s not the topic at hand here. Poroshenko’s objective is to intimidate the politicians who voted against the “anti-terrorist” bill into thinking that they may suffer the same fate as the recently banned Communist Party, which itself was persecuted because of its supposed “pro-Russian” stance. Not only that, but post-coup Ukraine has an extensive history of human rights abuses and political oppression, so there’s already a discernable track record for what can happen to those who disagree with the regime.

Another of Poroshenko’s pursuits is to split society from the Rada and stoke nationalism ahead of early elections, with the hope that voters will go through the motions of democracy in removing his political adversaries under the guise of ‘patriotism’. Although this deepens the political tumult in the country, it conveniently takes the focus away from the impending IMF crisis (for which the Rada collapsed in the first place) and misleadingly blames the country’s problems on internal enemies. Poroshenko is engaging in a calculated risky move to centralize control over the state in the same way that an oligarch does a company, but he is dangerously faced with a Catch-22. He wants to increase his power on the backs of nationalists, but their power and ambitions only grow along with his and they can likely turn on him in the future and make him their puppet (if they even allow him to stay in power, that is). The West knows this, hence why it is hedging its bets by supporting the military as a fail-safe measure of retaining influence in Ukraine in case this occurs.

Plan B: The Rag-Tag Military

In order to plan for the contingency of Poroshenko losing power against the wish of the West, it has thrown its complete support behind Ukraine’s military. Of course, this is also done for the purpose of crushing the pro-Federalists in the east, but the dual purpose of this support must be examined further. The US has already given nearly $53 million ($5 million and $48 million, respectively) to Ukraine’s military, and if the ‘American Aggression Enabling Act’ passes, the country will become a major non-NATO ally. Even if it doesn’t, the US still plans on going forward with using the California National Guard to train Ukraine’s National Guard next year and will be sending military advisors into the country later this month.

The EU has taken an about-face and unexpectedly lifted its arms ban on Ukraine, opening the door for a tidal wave of weaponry to flood into the conflict-stricken country. The supreme irony is that the EU originally imposed the ban on the Yanukovich government in February to prevent “internal repression”, but the current coup-imposed government has killed over 1000 people and counting during its recent “anti-terrorist” operation. The pro-coup Kyiv Post admits that 90 people died in the run-up to Yanukovich’s overthrow, meaning that the current authorities have been rewarded for killing 10x as many people by gaining access to the latest weaponry that Europe has to offer.

Relatives of Ukrainian soldiers are blocking roads in Western Ukraine in protest against “anti-terrorist operation” in Novorossia claiming thousands of lifes.

Relatives of Ukrainian soldiers are blocking roads in Western Ukraine in protest against “anti-terrorist operation” in Novorossia claiming thousands of lifes.

The logic behind this support is that it is needed to safeguard Ukraine’s economic and political integration with the West via the EU Association Agreement. If Poroshenko is ousted, the military could conceivably run Ukraine and keep Western integration on track, or so the thinking goes. The strategic flaw here is that the military is crumbing almost as fast as the state is, meaning that it is not a reliable proxy ally in any case. Desertions, poor conditions, inadequate supplies and rations, and protests against mobilization all indicate that the military is very unstable at this point. Providing weapons to such an entity risks them falling into the hands of extremists if the armed forces suddenly collapse, per the Libyan scenario, and even worse, these actors would be trained by the US military in how to use them for maximum lethality. The prospect of Neo-Nazi terrorists using American and European weapons to slaughter immigrants and Muslims in Paris or Berlin, for example, suddenly becomes a disturbing reality.

From ‘Democracy’ to Dictatorship

Ukraine’s post-coup nominal ‘democracy’ (as recognized by the West) is rapidly turning into a militarized state centered around a wannabe G.I. Joe. The last remnants of the Rada are being torn apart on purpose by Poroshenko in his perilous pursuit of power. The path from phantom democracy to incontestable dictatorship has four main highlighted attributes:

Political:

Poroshenko wants to permanently cripple the already handicapped Rada and turn it into a nationalist puppet institution. This is fraught with nothing but risks, but in the quest for absolute power, it is ridiculously seen as a gamble to be taken.

Military:

The military is to be strengthened via the ‘Reverse Saakashvili’. The renegade Georgian increased his country’s military spending by 24.5x in a mere four-year period prior to launching a war, but Poroshenko wants to emulate this during and after the actual war, using the ‘Russian threat’ to receive copious Western assistance with this project. However, the West won’t foot the entire bill, hence why scientific funding had to be cut and a new 1.5% military tax imposed.

Militarization is slated to occur on the upper level with the official armed forces and on the lower civil level with Pravy Sektor threats, intimidation, and radical nationalism. The population is to be kept in a siege mentality, with the government playing up the threat of internal enemies (“fifth columns”), “terrorists”, and the ‘Russian threat’ and ‘Crimean occupation’.

British journalist Graham Phillips, 35 was kidnapped on July 23, 2014 by the Ukrainian security service, tortured and expelled from Ukraine for working at the “enemy” RT Channel.

British journalist Graham Phillips, 35 was kidnapped on July 23, 2014 by the Ukrainian security service, tortured and expelled from Ukraine for working at the “enemy” RT Channel.

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The war on journalism will continue unabated, with the country being the most dangerous in the world for this profession so far this year. Journalists that do not toe the official government line will be persecuted and kicked out of the country, much as the examples of Graham Phillips, Alina Eprimian, the LifeNews crew, and others illustrate. The banning of select Russian media has also become a hallmark in a country endeavouring to join the pro-‘Freedom of Speech’ EU.

Normative:

Bringing everything together, Poroshenko wants to maintain external protection (Shadow NATO) and a seal of approval (European ‘legitimacy’ and the EU Association Agreement) to institutionalize his power grab. Thus far, the West is enthusiastically supporting him every step of the way.

Winning the war in the east is not as important to Poroshenko as solidifying internal political gains for him and his clique. One must always remember that he is first and foremost an oligarch and old habits die hard, as the saying goes. The biggest threat here is that Poroshenko will be overthrown by the same nationalist forces that he envisions as helping him deepen his power, and the military may be powerless to stop this (if it isn’t co-opted by the nationalists by that time). What makes the slide into military dictatorship and nationalist destabilization all the more dystopian, however, is that ‘Western values’, which always promote themselves as being holier-than-thou, are firmly behind bringing this nightmare into the heart of the European continent.

Andrew Korybko is the American political correspondent of Voice of Russia who currently lives and studies in Moscow, exclusively for ORIENTAL REVIEW.


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