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originally posted by: coldlikecustard
a reply to: MindBodySpiritComplex
been out the loop a few days not caught up fully yet and your post is as far as i have got. Not sure if it has been mentioned already but has anyone looked into what companies reside n that tower? could be a clue in there somewhere? also done a quick search myself and i must emphasise quick as i have been busy but i could find no info on what companies are there which i find odd to say the least
originally posted by: Tulpa
a reply to: Jusvistn
Yup. Plenty of phone trouble.
Don't want to take up too much space but I'm still following. Phone trouble and bad vibes. Even disturbing dreams!
Carry on folks.
originally posted by: ketsuko
That's when you start trying to cope and that's where the other discussions and topics come in because that's human evil on scale that seems beyond normal capacity.
originally posted by: IAMTAT
Re: "IRON EAGLE"
Setting aside the 1980's film as a reference for a moment...
Consider THIS Q word play:
"IRON" is a reference to 'STEELE'
"EAGLE" is Bill Clinton's SS name.
Could Q be directing us to look for connections between Bill Clinton & Christopher Steele?
Q could have been drawing our attention to Sid Blumenthal (Aide to President Bill Clinton)...and direct contact with Christopher Steele.
An Iron Eagle is an American military officer who has attained the rank of Colonel but will not be promoted to the rank of General. The term refers to the rank insignia a colonel wears, which resembles an eagle.
There are several reasons an officer may become an Iron Eagle. Administratively, certain occupational specialities are not structured to permit promotion to General without changing to a different career path. Other officers, for political or disciplinary reasons, shall never be promoted to General. Such officers sometimes retire, but others remain in the military for the full thirty years, until the service limitations of their current rank force their retirement.
originally posted by: ketsuko
a reply to: Vasa Croe
Yeah that came up.
Something to add ... I wonder Iron Eagle as hard core career never going higher for some reason. It reminds me of a passage from The Stand. When the army sends in people to pick up the initial folks in the small Texas town who got exposed to the Captain Tripps plague, Stu notes that all of the soldiers who are around them are all hard core types - no families, older, no higher ranks, little prospect for further advancement - *expendable,* *willing to do whatever*
The occasion was a visit by Iran’s newly elected President Hassan Rouhani to the United Nations. Mr. Rouhani invited Muslim leaders from around the U.S. to dinner after addressing the U.N. General Assembly. Contemporaneous news reports placed Mr. Farrakhan at the dinner. Unreported by mainstream outlets was the presence of Mr. Ellison, along with Reps. Gregory Meeks of New York and Andre Carson of Indiana. (All three are Democrats; Messrs. Ellison and Carson are Muslim.)
The Nation of Islam website documents the event, noting that Mr. Rouhani “hosted the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan, Muslim leaders from different Islamic communities and members of the U.S. Congress at a private meeting . . . at the One UN Hotel in Manhattan Sept. 24, 2013 across the street from the UN headquarters.” The Final Call, a Nation of Islam publication, added that “ Keith Ellison of Minnesota . . . participated in the dialogue” after dinner and includes photos of Messrs. Farrakhan and Ellison at the tables. The Michigan-based Islamic House of Wisdom also reported on the meeting, with additional photos.
According to Mr. Farrakhan, the 2013 meeting was not the last time he and Mr. Ellison were together. After Mr. Ellison renewed his denunciation of Mr. Farrakhan in 2016, Mr. Farrakhan stated in an interview that Reps. Ellison and Carson had visited him in his Washington hotel suite the preceding summer.
When Mr. Ellison sought the DNC position, he received support from many Jewish leaders and prominent politicians. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer dismissed concerns rather glibly: “I’m not worried about the Israel stuff.”
originally posted by: pavil
Oxfam Caligula Orgies
Man....Haitians can't get a break, can they?
They were probably better off when there were Pirates in the Caribbean rather than aid Groups.