Krugman Calls for Space Alien Attack to Fix U.S. Economy

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Yes you heard it right, mainstream media economist Paul Krugman has called for either another World War, or a war with space aliens to fix the U.S Economy. And this is precisely the sort of false flag former Nazi rocket scientist Wernher von Braun warned about decades ago.

Through Dr. Rosin, von Braun specifically warned her about some sinister plans by the global elites that were already in place and waiting to be executed.

In order, von Braun warned of the following:

1. Russian and the Cold War
2. Terrorists
3. 3rd World Countries / Rogue Nations / Nations of Concern
4. Asteroids
5. Extraterrestrial Threat

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Is The Virginia Shooting Hoax Blowing Up in the MSM’s Face?

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Source:Activist Post | by  Joe Wright

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Gun control false flag crisis actors be warned: Facial recognition search software is going to bust you. Funny, the technology is easy enough to use on Facebook, one has to wonder why the mainstream media and police don’t use it for these alleged mass shooter events.

Actually, this is an even bigger warning to the billionaire “philanthropists” who back aggressive gun control initiatives and are likely backing these staged “events.” You’ve hired horrible actors. You’re going to get busted unless you back off. But, alas, we know your allegiance to the UN Small Arms Treaty requires you to push forward despite a growing number who know your game.

The latest reporter shooting hoax in Virginia is getting so easily torn apart by the conspiracy research community that the media’s emotional staging of actors is becoming absurd.

The latest discovery is that Alison Parker’s alleged fiancé Chris Hurst…

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The Myth of a Russian ‘Threat’

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Not a week goes by without the Pentagon carping about an ominous Russian “threat”.

By Pepe Escobar

August 27, 2015 “Information Clearing House” – “Sputnik” – Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Martin Dempsey entered certified Donald “known unknown” Rumsfeld territory when he recently tried to conceptualize the “threat”; “Threats are the combination, or the aggregate, of capabilities and intentions. Let me set aside for the moment, intentions, because I don’t know what Russia intends.”

So Dempsey admits he does not know what he’s talking about. What he seems to know is that Russia is a “threat” anyway — in space, cyber space, ground-based cruise missiles, submarines.

And most of all, a threat to NATO; “One of the things that Russia does seem to do is either discredit, or even more ominously, create the conditions for the failure of NATO.”

So Russia “does seem” to discredit an already self-discredited NATO. That’s not much of a “threat”.

All these rhetorical games take…

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Fulford: A Review of the Current Alliances of Secret Societies and Visible Power Centers

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deusnexus_100An honest account of the secret society sources Benjamin Fulford claims have made contact with him. As I read Fulford’s overview, I’m reminded of the story of the blind men who attempt to describe an elephant. One felt his trunk and described it as a snake. One felt his tail and described it as a rope. One felt it’s side and described it as a wall. One got underneath and described it as four tree trunks.

I have no doubt that these factions are presently in anarchy, busy fighting one another. However, I’m left wondering about what Fulford only hints at, who stopped the public American space program dead in its tracks, who are these extraterrestrial races that various groups are in contact with, who or what is the Black Sun, and who sits atop the entire chaotic pyramid structure?

For more detailed background information about these questions, I recommend reading the…

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