Ron Paul Reminds Americans The US Military Is Occupying 53 Of 54 African Nations
While many Americans are aware that the United States is at war in countries such as Iraq, Syria and Afghanistan because of the media attention given to those conflicts, the news that four U.S. soldiers were killed in Niger came as a surprise that left some asking the question, “Since when is the U.S. at War with Africa?”
Sgt. La David Johnson, Staff Sgt. Bryan Black, Staff Sgt. Jeremiah Johnson and Staff Sgt. Dustin Wright were killed on Oct. 4, after their team was reportedly ambushed by “ISIS-affiliated militants traveling by vehicle, carrying small arms and rocket-propelled grenade launchers.”
Former Texas Congressman Ron Paul weighed in on the situation, and noted that this appears to be one more war the U.S. is fighting without approval from Congress—and it is a war that includes the presence of U.S. troops in 53 out of the 54 nations in Africa.
“Now, when the Pentagon and the administration have had some pressure on them, you know, instead of having 100 people there, they’re admitting we have 6,000 people in Africa, and they even put a number on it. They say ‘we have some military in 53 of the 54 countries in Africa.’ That’s pretty expansive,” Paul said.
Corey Feldman Asks Public For Help Exposing Hollywood Pedophilia
Actor Corey Feldman has decided to launch a crowdfunding campaign to help fund a movie exposing rampant #pedophilia in Hollywood.
In the wake of recent sexual abuse allegations against Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein, actor Corey Feldman has stepped back into the limelight with a crowdfunding campaign to help expose Hollywood pedophilia. In a tweet sent out at 5 am on Wednesday, Feldman released a YouTube video announcing the campaign with the text, “U asked 4 it….U got it…LETS DO THIS!”
Top-Secret NSA Memo Proves Syrian Rebels Were Directed by Saudis — And The US Knew
The Intercept has just released a new top-secret NSA document unearthed from leaked intelligence files provided by Edward Snowden which reveals in stunning clarity that the armed opposition in Syria was under the direct command of foreign governments from the early years of the war which has now claimed half a million lives.
Who controls the (alleged zionist) Sauds?
Mainstream Media Brags About US Wiping Syrian City Off The Face Of The Earth
“Looking at photographs of the ruined, desolate streets of what was once the Islamic State’s capital of Raqqa is a reminder of the overwhelming, pitilessly effective military power of the United States,” wrote the Washington Post’s David Ignatius in an op-ed published Thursday.
That was merely the opening sentence. Ignatius continued:
“The heaps of rubble in Raqqa that once housed terrorists and torturers convey a bedrock lesson, as valid now as in 1945: It’s a mistake to provoke the United States. It may take the country a while to respond to a threat, but once the machine of U.S. power is engaged, it’s relentless — so long as the political will exists to sustain it.” [emphasis added]
Who exactly provoked the United States here? The people who have been hardest hit are clearly civilians who happened to live in Raqqa. What crime did these people commit?
Who Is Calling The Shots?
The system once set in place, designed to give power to the people, is now only a phantom shell of what it once was. Yet enough of the shell remains allowing those unwilling to accept the obvious truth to continue on their oblivious path into bondage. With the façade in place, cultivating a false sense of democracy and safety, this once potentially great country is being pulled apart from within.
The reality of the situation is painfully visible, to those willing to actually look. A perfect example of this is how the majority of the nation calls for the decriminalization of a cannabis. A plant that can demonstrably be the answer to some of the most pressing problems facing this country, and yet, a blinding show of bureaucracy that leads in intentional circles is all that is seen. States are taking it upon themselves to enact their own laws, which in truth is how this country was meant to function all along, without the interference of the Federal Government. However, today it is a show of defiance. The majority has spoken out and nothing has happened. No action has been taken. In fact, actions have been taken to prevent the majority will. This should be alarming to every American. This is the defining difference between democracy and totalitarianism, or any such tyrannical governmental structure. Financial interest is the primary motivation behind the inaction of this government, but from whom does this motivation derive?
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