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On May 19, 1972, Ho Chi Minh’s birthday, the Weather Underground placed a bomb in the women's bathroom in the Air Force wing of the Pentagon. The damage caused flooding that destroyed computer tapes holding classified information.
" In 1973, the government requested dropping charges against most of the WUO members. The requests cited a recent decision by the Supreme Court of the United States that barred electronic surveillance without a court order. This Supreme Court decision would hamper any prosecution of the WUO cases. In addition, the government did not want to reveal foreign intelligence secrets that a trial would require.
The Weathermen were outspoken critics of the concepts that later came to be known as “white privilege” (described as white-skin privilege) and identity politics. Anti-imperialism, anti-racism, and white privilege Weather maintained that their stance differed from the rest of the movement at the time in the sense that they predicated their critiques on the notion that they were engaged in "an anti-imperialist, anti-racist struggle". Members of Weather further contended that efforts at "organizing whites against their own perceived oppression" were "attempts by whites to carve out even more privilege than they already derive from the imperialist nexus". Weather's political theory sought to make every struggle an anti-imperialist, anti-racist struggle; out of this premise came their interrogation of critical concepts that would later be known as "white privilege"
originally posted by: [post=23459382]FlyingFox[/post
No, no it's not. People in disguises don't board AF1, nor do they get into the White House and the oval office to take photos of executive orders on the POTUS'desk. If Assange were to be anywhere near the White House, it would have been all over the news.
Many believe that the art stashed within the Geneva Freeport’s walls – reportedly including around a thousand pieces by Picasso – would make it one of the world’s largest and most exquisite museums… if the work was on display. Instead, masterworks sit unseen and untouched in high-security vaults, alongside archaeological treasures, gold bars, diamonds, weapons and rare vintage wines – their owners waiting for them to appreciate in value, or, in less savoury cases, to hide them for a time. Because the freeport is exempt from import taxes or duties, and operates under the famous secrecy of Switzerland’s banking system, it is thought to be a hotbed of black market activity (although in 2016 the Swiss government took new measures to crack down on illegal freeport holdings). National Disintegrations contrasts the mysterious inner life of the Geneva Freeport – where untold billions in riches come and go with little regulation – with scenes of a nearby complex, where asylum seekers are subjected to endless waiting and bureaucracy. What does this disparity in freedom say about Swiss society and the global movement of people and goods?
Director: Braden King
Producer: Cynthia Reschke
Website: Field of Vision
originally posted by: Skyfloating
I'm very pleased that some of the activities of these sick degenerates are FINALLY coming to light. This may have been going on for thousands of years. So we find yet ANOTHER child trafficking event in Tucson Arizona, and AGAIN the Rothschilds, Bronfmans, Clinton Foundation etc. are linked to it and AGAIN the "media" stays silent. We need to keep exposing this stuff, until the media are forced to report, the shills are silenced and the pedo-satanists have nowhere else to hide.
A WEEK TO REMEMBER.
DARK TO LIGHT.