On October 20, 2011, Libya’s Muammar al-Gaddafi was brutally murdered by a mob of NATO-backed ‘rebels’, after first being beaten and violated in the most barbaric fashion. History leaves no doubt that not only was the Libyan leader murdered on this day but Libya itself. The regime-change crew who dominate Western governments have a long More
It has become crystal clear.
For the record, here it is.
She has big ambitions, which she does not spell out for fear of frightening part of the electorate, but which are perfectly understood by her closest aides and biggest donors.
She wants to achieve regime change in Russia. More
Irish bookies, Nate Silver and the New York Times are all saying the same thing: Trump is dead, the campaign is over, Hillary is assured victory. No one seems jubilant at the news, which tells us everything we need to know about this dismal election. If Trump is kaput as a candidate, perhaps he will at least provide More
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