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Ask The Right Questions

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posted on Jul, 3 2017 @ 09:20 PM
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It's both fascinating and sad so many fail to think
for themselves and are persuaded by the many
fear mongering minions in media.

It's also sad very few journalist rarely ask the right
questions. Such as, who is financing
isis/islamis state?

Supposedly this vast network of clandestine terrorist
operatives can travel and move people, and weapons
in and out of Iraq, Afganistan, Phillipines, Turkey,
Yemen, France, Egypt, keeping America and it's long
list of intelligence apparatus apparently clueless.

A 16 year old child with no military expertise would know
you can't wage this level of conflict on a global scale
without logistics and a heap of money.

Hint: Follow the money. Which nations have we signed a
lucrative billion dollar weapons contract?

Shout out to journalist/investigators Tony Cartulcci
and Seymour Hersh who still have the courage
to report the truth.




posted on Jul, 3 2017 @ 11:08 PM
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a reply to: MrBlaq

You reminded me of the Nugan Hand bank - CIA money laundering etc

en.wikipedia.org...




CIA connection[edit]

Politician and jurist, John Dowd, states that Nugan Hand became the vehicle to quietly move drug industry money. Dowd advises that this led to dealing with corrupt governments and the CIA, but in Australia during the 1970-80s, the CIA was seen as "the good guys".[33] Similarly, former NSW Attorney General, Frank Walker, insists that from the government’s perspective, having good relations between ASIO and the CIA was more important than bringing criminals to justice.[34]

Investigative authors, Kwitney J. (1987) and McCoy A.W. (1991) asserted that Nugan Hand Bank had facilitated the international movement of illegal funds for both drug smugglers and the CIA. The Stewart Royal Commission’s decision that there was no evidence to support these allegations astonished these early investigators.[35]

Revelations by the American defence industry employee, Christopher Boyce, initiated speculation that the CIA and Nugan Hand had also played some part in the dismissal of Australian Prime Minister, Gough Whitlam. For instance, William Blum (1999) states inter alia, that the bank allegedly transferred $2.4 million to the Liberal Party of Australia which contested two forced elections in 1974 and 1975 to oust Whitlam's Labor government. He also states that the Governor General, Sir John Kerr, who was instrumental to the dismissal, was referred to by the CIA as “our man”.[36] The CIA responded to these allegations with an emphatic denial: “The CIA has not engaged in operations against the Australian Government, has no ties with Nugan Hand and does not involve itself in drug trafficking.”[37]



posted on Jul, 4 2017 @ 01:20 AM
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originally posted by: TheConstruKctionofLight
a reply to: MrBlaq

You reminded me of the Nugan Hand bank - CIA money laundering etc

en.wikipedia.org...




CIA connection[edit]

Politician and jurist, John Dowd, states that Nugan Hand became the vehicle to quietly move drug industry money. Dowd advises that this led to dealing with corrupt governments and the CIA, but in Australia during the 1970-80s, the CIA was seen as "the good guys".[33] Similarly, former NSW Attorney General, Frank Walker, insists that from the government’s perspective, having good relations between ASIO and the CIA was more important than bringing criminals to justice.[34]

Investigative authors, Kwitney J. (1987) and McCoy A.W. (1991) asserted that Nugan Hand Bank had facilitated the international movement of illegal funds for both drug smugglers and the CIA. The Stewart Royal Commission’s decision that there was no evidence to support these allegations astonished these early investigators.[35]

Revelations by the American defence industry employee, Christopher Boyce, initiated speculation that the CIA and Nugan Hand had also played some part in the dismissal of Australian Prime Minister, Gough Whitlam. For instance, William Blum (1999) states inter alia, that the bank allegedly transferred $2.4 million to the Liberal Party of Australia which contested two forced elections in 1974 and 1975 to oust Whitlam's Labor government. He also states that the Governor General, Sir John Kerr, who was instrumental to the dismissal, was referred to by the CIA as “our man”.[36] The CIA responded to these allegations with an emphatic denial: “The CIA has not engaged in operations against the Australian Government, has no ties with Nugan Hand and does not involve itself in drug trafficking.”[37]




posted on Jul, 4 2017 @ 08:47 AM
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a reply to: MrBlaq

Its ironic that you ask that question...

Understand this:

It is not Saudi Arabia funding the terrorists, or Qatar funding the terrorists. It is western governments, including that of the United States of America, and the United Kingdom, amongst others, who fund the terror networks, and they do it THROUGH Saudi Arabia and Qatar. They may also add their weight to the funding, but mark my words, they are middle men, a baffle between the puppet masters and the marionettes themselves.



posted on Jul, 4 2017 @ 02:07 PM
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a reply to: MrBlaq

You can ask all the right questions you want. But the real issue is who you are asking, and who is paying their salaries to answer them......




 
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