VIDEO: C.I.A. no al-qaeda ever existed – BBC documentary the power of nightmares

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National Post: Bro. Trudeau’s incoherent gun registry position is a gift to his Liberal rivals

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John Ivison: Trudeau’s incoherent gun registry position is a gift to his Liberal rivals

Dec 3, 2012
Bro. John Ivison

Justin Trudeau, Freemason, Liberal Party

Sometime between now and the 2015 election, expect to see a Conservative Party attack ad featuring a YouTube clip of a rookie MP debating the long-gun registry with some university protesters on the steps in front of Parliament.

“The registry saves lives,” argues a young Justin Trudeau, passionately.

Cut to an interview on the Liberal leadership campaign trail. “The long-gun registry, as it was, was a failure and I’m not going to resuscitate it,” says a slightly older Mr. Trudeau.

In Hawkesbury, Ont., on Friday, Justin Trudeau threw the long-gun registry under his campaign bus.

This downright reasonable position simultaneously illustrates how unserious Canadian politics can be, and offers a strange glimmer of hope for improvement — strange because it’s coming from someone many people assumed, not without reason, was a fairly insubstantial, middle-of-the-road Grit, as wedded as any other to the party’s various myths and talismans.

A year ago at this time, po-faced Liberals were making political hay out of Conservatives being deliberately excluded from a Parliament Hill memorial for the 14 victims of the École Polytechnique massacre.

“I think everything we fought for after 22 years is being actively dismantled,” moaned Carolyn Bennett, suggesting the registry’s impending demise was the “ultimate” manifestation of the Conservatives’ preference for “ideology over evidence.” (This statement itself is the ultimate manifestation of the equation, correlation + policy preference = causation.)

Cut to a still picture of Mr. Trudeau looking like he’s about to drive off in the getaway car, accompanied by a Conservative Party voiceover: “Justin Trudeau will tell you whatever he thinks you want to hear, whenever you want to hear it. He’s not a leader.”

And that will likely be the ball game.

The best attack ads crystallize that nagging feeling people have about a candidate – that deep-seated concern that turns brows bleak as voters have their worst fears validated.

They work especially well when they throw the candidate’s own words back in his or her face.

The only prospect of the above scenario not playing out is if Mr. Trudeau either loses the Liberal leadership or drops an even bigger clanger before it’s over. Both are real possibilities, despite the in-built advantage of the Liberals’ ridiculous “supporter” category voting system, which means you don’t even need to be a party member to elect the leader.

Mr. Trudeau has already contributed, by his own admission, to the Liberals losing a by-election in Calgary Centre they may well have won without his comments about Albertans controlling Canada’s “socio-economic agenda.”

Expect to see that one come back to haunt him too.

Now, he has put himself in a position where he has to reconcile his years of support for the registry with a new position that states it was a failure and he won’t re-introduce it if he ever wins government.

The case for the defence is that this is the Liberal Party’s position – that it was a divisive solution to gun control. By coming out against the party’s former orthodoxy, the belief is that Mr. Trudeau has wiped the slate clean and can now bring forward new policy of his own. He has already done this once in this campaign, when he disowned his father’s National Energy Program before heading to Calgary to come out in favour of foreign takeovers in the oilpatch.

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Masonic Queen’s Jubilee List Draws Criticism

Winnipeg Free Press
May 18, 2012

Queen’s Jubilee guest list draws criticism due to inclusion of Bahrain, Swaziland kings
Raphael Satter, The Associated Press

Queens Jubilee guest list draws criticism

Caption: Queen Elizabeth II, right, looks on as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge chat with King Hussein and Queen Rania of Jordan as guests arrive at a lunch for sovereign monarchs of the world, held in honour of the queen’s Diamond Jubilee, at Windsor Castle, in Windsor, Friday May 18, 2012. Critics are aghast at the choice of some guests for the lunch _ among them a king whose Gulf nation has been engaged in a brutal crackdown on political dissent.(AP Photo/ Arthur Edwards, Pool)

LONDON – Britain has come under criticism for inviting the king of Bahrain, whose Gulf state has engaged in a brutal crackdown on political dissent, to a lunch Friday celebrating Queen Elizabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee.

The lunch in Windsor Castle was the largest gathering of foreign royals in Britain since Queen Elizabeth II’s grandson, Prince William, was married to Kate Middleton last year. Then, as now, the decision to extend an invitation to members of the Bahraini royal family has angered those who are upset by the deadly violence deployed against demonstrators since protests erupted in the Gulf state.

Bahrain’s Crown Prince Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa eventually skipped the royal wedding, saying he didn’t want the controversy to tarnish the couple’s happy day. But on Friday, Buckingham Palace confirmed that his father, King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa, attended the queen’s lunch — along with some 45 other royal guests from around the world.

He did not attend a more formal banquet hosted by heir to the throne Prince Charles and his wife Camilla at Buckingham Palace on Friday evening.

Labour lawmaker and former Foreign Office minister Denis MacShane said diplomats should have tried to keep Al Khalifa away from the queen, “rather than expose her to having to dine with a despot.” Republic, the anti-monarchy group, called the lunch invitation “a catastrophic error of judgment” which “seriously damages Britain’s reputation.”

The Foreign Office, which advised Buckingham Palace on the invitations, said that Britain’s ties to Bahrain allowed U.K. officials to talk frankly with the strategic island nation’s rulers about “a range of issues including those where we have concerns.”

Al Khalifa wasn’t the only controversial guest dining at Windsor Castle. Swaziland’s King Mswati III, who is accused of living in luxury while his people go hungry, also attended the lunch. Earlier this week, protesters gathered outside the exclusive London hotel where he was rumoured to be staying with a large entourage.

There wasn’t anything in the way of protest outside Windsor Castle on Friday. Sky News television footage showed a handful of royal supporters clutching red-and-white Bahraini flags.

The Diamond Jubilee marks 60 years of Elizabeth’s reign as Britain’s monarch and is being celebrated around the country with concerts, pageants and military displays. Song writers Andrew Lloyd Webber and Gary Barlow have written a Diamond Jubilee song that will be performed at a celebration concert on June 4.

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VIDEO: Rick Steves Travel Documentary – Iran Yesterday and Today (08:37, 08:41, 08:43)

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YouTube: !Queen Elizabeth! ‘alleged’ to have exchanged private Freemason handshake with former IRA commander during recent visit

Published on Jun 28, 2012 by globalnational

Wed, Jun 27: Queen Elizabeth shakes hands with convicted terrorist and former Irish Republican Army commander Martin McGuinness. Sean Mallen reports.

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BBC: Guernsey Freemason list criticised by Grand Master

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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-guernsey-18063287

Guernsey Freemason list criticised by Grand Master
15 May 2012

Guernsey Freemasonry

Jurat Hodgetts said he felt a list of members should not be published

The list was posted on an internet forum and includes the names of a number of former and present politicians, jurats and bailiffs.

Provincial Grand Master David Hodgetts said the publication of the list raised issues regarding data protection laws.

He said: “It shouldn’t be published and if somebody has published something, maybe they’ll be prosecuted.”

He added that he felt disclosure of membership should be optional.

The list of members was circulated on Twitter shortly after the general election in April.

Jurat Hodgetts said public perception of the group was misinformed, and stated: “I know there’s nothing evil about Freemasonry.”

He added: “We are in danger of being accused of trying to advance ourselves by saying we’re a Mason, and if we don’t say we’re a Mason then we’re secret and we’ve got something to hide.”

He said: “The thing about Freemasonry that people aren’t concentrating on is the fact that the only organisation that gives more money to charity is the National Lottery in the United Kingdom.”

He said: “We’re about trying to make ourselves better citizens, in fact we promise to do so.

“We raise money from our own pockets for charity – that’s what Freemasons are about.”

Guernsey’s politicians are currently not required to declare membership of the Freemasons.

Further Reading:

Freemasonry in the U.K.
Freemasonry in the Vatican

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Indy Vid: Jay Z ‘Illuminati’ Kingpin and ‘Master’ Freemason Exposed

Published on Mar 20, 2012 by TheVigilantChristian

 

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4 themes from the ‘New Democrat’ leadership race

CBC News
Mar 20, 2012

4 themes from the NDP leadership race
By Laura Payton, CBC News

NDP Leadership Contestants - Thomas Mulcair etc.

Freemason Signs…

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‘Sovereigntist’ Bro. Lucien Bouchard takes on Quebec’s ‘general malaise’

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May 20, 2012

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Infowars: JFK Truthers Banned From Dealey Plaza for 50th Anniversary

Infowars.com
Friday, April 27, 2012

JFK Truthers Banned From Dealey Plaza for 50th Anniversary: Jim Marrs Reports

‘To avoid the carnival atmosphere that has often prevailed at previous anniversaries on the plaza, museum officials are planning to take over commemoration activities there.’

Published on Apr 27, 2012 by TheAlexJonesChannel

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Dallas News: Dallas’ JFK museum to oversee Dealey Plaza events for 50th anniversary of assassination

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Knights of Columbus Official Supplier adds Removal of ‘Hoodwink’ Item from Ceremonial ‘Equipment’ Website, Previously Removed All Images

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KOC Supreme Knight Carl Anderson: A Man with a salary to smile about
V.I.T.R.O.L. – Alchemical Occultism & the Scottish Rite of Freemasonry’s ‘Chamber of Reflection’
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Bro. Strauss-Kahn accuses Bro. Sarkozy as France vote looms

Yahoo News
Sat, Apr 28, 2012

Strauss-Kahn accuses Sarkozy as France vote looms
By Rory Mulholland | AFP

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Two Freemasons: Ex-IMF Pres. Bro. Dominique Strauss Kahn and Ex-France Pres. Bro. Nicholas Sarkozy

France’s presidential race headed into its home straight Saturday as ex-IMF boss Dominique Strauss-Kahn, a Socialist once tipped to win the vote, blamed Nicolas Sarkozy for his spectacular downfall.

The claim came as the battle between Sarkozy and the front-running Francois Hollande grew ever more bitter, with the incumbent accusing the Socialist of subjecting him to a “Stalinist trial” over his bid to woo the far right.

Strauss-Kahn, in his first major newspaper interview since his disgrace a year ago, told The Guardian that his fall was orchestrated by opponents to prevent him from standing as the Socialist candidate in the election.

The ex-International Monetary Fund boss had been favoured to win the vote until May last year, when he was arrested in New York and accused of sexually assaulting a hotel maid, Nafissatou Diallo. The charges were later dropped.

Strauss-Kahn said that although he did not believe the incident with Diallo was a setup, the subsequent escalation of the event into a criminal investigation was “shaped by those with a political agenda.”

“Perhaps I was politically naive, but I simply did not believe that they would go that far — I didn’t think they could find anything that could stop me,” Strauss-Kahn told the British daily.

The Guardian said it is clear that the “they” refers to people working for Sarkozy and his UMP party.

Strauss-Kahn accuses the agents of intercepting phone calls and ensuring that Diallo went to the police to make her accusations.

He believes he was under surveillance in the days before the encounter, and had removed encryption from his phones because of technical problems, the interview said.

A New York lawyer representing Diallo in an ongoing civil lawsuit against Strauss-Kahn dismissed as “utter nonsense” that there had been any political intrigue.

Opinion polls show that Hollande is expected to win the election run-off against Sarkozy on May 6.

Strauss-Kahn said he was sure he would now be in Hollande’s shoes had it not been for the events at the Sofitel hotel in Manhattan on May 14 last year.

“I planned to make my formal announcement on 15 June and I had no doubt I would be the candidate of the Socialist Party,” said Strauss-Kahn, who refused to discuss with The Guardian a separate sex scandal that has erupted in France.

Hollande and Sarkozy were expected to call a brief truce later Saturday when both head for a soccer match at the Stade de France in Paris to watch third-tier outsiders Quevilly battle Lyon for the French Cup.

But the gloves have come off in recent days, with Hollande accusing his rival of a “transgression” in his bid to secure the votes of the 6.5 million people who plumped for far-right leader Marine Le Pen in last Sunday’s first round.

Sarkozy has reached out to the former political pariah Le Pen, insisting that her values are not incompatible with France’s republican tradition, and vowing to secure Europe’s borders and fight multiculturalism.

But Hollande is also scrambling to recruit voters who backed the anti-immigrant, anti-European National Front leader.

Le Pen did well in the first round among white working-class voters who might once have backed the left, and on Friday the Socialist candidate made a concession to their concerns.

“In the period of crisis we are going through, limiting economic immigration is necessary and essential,” he said. “I also want to fight illegal immigration on the economic front.”

Sarkozy complained at a rally on Friday in the central city of Dijon that he was being subjected to what amounted to a Stalinist show trial but that all he wanted to do was to “talk to the 6.5 million French who voted Marine Le Pen.”

Le Pen won just short of 18 percent in the first round, not enough to join Hollande or Sarkozy in the run-off but enough to make her supporters a tempting pool of potential second-round voters.

She is not expected to endorse either of the remaining candidates before May 6, and is thought to relish the prospect that a defeat for Sarkozy would leave the centre-right in disarray before legislative elections in June.

Further Reading:

Dominique Strauss-Kahn ‘Grand’ Entrance at Manhattan Courthouse
West African Leaders On The Square Against Ivory Coast Freemason Gbagbo
Freemasonry in France, Belgium (E.U.), Monaco and French Africa

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VIDEO: Corruption Within The Knights of Columbus

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Pope Benedict XVI meets with Cuban leader Bro. Raul Castro

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Published on Mar 28, 2012 by telegraphtv

Pope Benedict XVI received as a gift from The Cuban president Raul Castro of a statue of the Virgin of Charity of El Cobre, patron saint of Cuba, as he arrived at the Revolution Palace in Havana.

Publicado el 28 de marzo 2012 por el TelegraphTV

El Papa Benedicto XVI ha recibido como un regalo de El presidente cubano Raúl Castro de una estatua de la Virgen de la Caridad del Cobre, patrona de Cuba, a su llegada en el Palacio de la Revolución en La Habana.

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Bro. Felipe Calderon arrives in Guanajuato, Mexico to greet Pope Benedict XVI

Published on Mar 23, 2012 by telesurtv

El papa Benedicto XVI fue recibido por el presidente, Felipe Calderón, en el Aeropuerto Internacional Del Bajío, bajo de la nave con los brazos abiertos para saludar a los cientos de feligreses que se concentraron en el terminal para darle la bienvenida. Joseph Ratzinger llegó este viernes a la ciudad mexicana de Guanajuato para lo que será su visita de tres días a este país, la segunda que realiza a Latinoamérica. El Pontífice fue recibido por el presidente Felipe Calderón y su esposa Margarita Zavala.

Published on Mar 23, 2012 by telesurtv

Pope Benedict XVI was received by President Felipe Calderon in Del Bajio International Airport, under the nave with open arms to greet the hundreds of parishioners who gathered in the terminal to welcome him. Joseph Ratzinger arrived Friday at the Mexican city of Guanajuato for what will be his three-day visit to this country that performs second to Latin America. The Pope was received by President Felipe Calderon and his wife Margarita Zavala.

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Freemasonry in Mexico
The Hans Küng X-Files

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