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originally posted by: CanadianMason
True , False or Dunno:
Was HRC arrested between 7:45 AM - 8:30 AM EST on Monday - the morning on Oct 30, 2017?
originally posted by: Sabrechucker
Let the unsealing begin.
Let the DEC[L]AS begin.
Let the WORLD witness the TRUTH.
We, the PEOPLE.
JUSTICE UNDER THE LAW.
-- [L] Lynch --
The New York Times reports a jury decided that the U.S. government has the right to take over a New York City building majority-owned by the Alavi Foundation — a supposed charity that is deeply connected to the Iranian regime. The foundation owns 60 percent of the building, while the Assa Corporation, an Iranian state-run bank, owns 40 percent.
In what prosecutors called the “largest terrorism-related civil forfeiture in United States history,” the federal takedown and seizure could bring as much as $1 billion to the families of victims of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, the 1996 Khobar Towers bombing in Saudi Arabia, and the 1983 bombings of a U.S. Marine Corps barracks in Lebanon.
In 2011, a federal judge in Manhattan ruled that Iran was heavily connected to the 9/11 attacks. Moreover, the 9/11 Commission found “strong evidence” that Iran harbored and aided senior members of al-Qaida prior to 9/11, brokering a key alliance with the Sunni group. Confidants of Osama bin Laden frequently traveled through Iran, where they reportedly participated in al-Qaida training, the deceased terror mastermind’s memos reveal.
Last week, a New York grand jury ruled that the government can seize a building majority-owned by the Alavi Foundation, agreeing with prosecutors that it is a front group for the mullahs in Tehran. The foundation used the Manhattan skyscraper to garner hundreds of millions in revenue so it could supply cash for its “charitable” endeavors inside the United States.
The Alavi Foundation rarely donated to non-Islamic or non-academic institutions. Alavi spent most of its funds on building Shiite institutions — such as mosques and cultural centers — and installing Iran-friendly professors at prominent American universities.
So its regular donations to the Clinton Foundation — now estimated at around $100,000 — particularly stood out. From 1985 to 2014, the Alavi Foundation — which last year listed its assets at over $100 million — donated to only 13 non-Islamic organizations.
In addition to its direct donations to the Clinton Foundation, the Alavi Foundation has also sent money to organizations associated with the non-profit. Alavi has given funds to the Clinton Foundation through its supposed humanitarian programs (the “Child Foundation”) in Louisiana and Haiti.
When first confronted with the possibility that the Alavi Foundation was an Iranian front group, the Clinton Foundation refused to return its donations.
At the time, in 2015, New York U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara said: “For two decades, the Alavi Foundation’s affairs have been directed by various Iranian officials, including Iranian ambassadors at the United Nations, in violation of a series of U.S. laws.”
originally posted by: pheonix358
a reply to: daskakik
You are the one that changes and then you move on to the next level. The school stays the same after you leave and there are new students and the old ones move up a step, unless the flunk, then they have to repeat until they leave and the cycle repeats over and over.
To use your analogy further:
Q is changing how the school works. Instead of using the theory of ROTE, ie. repetition, Q is teaching us how to learn for ourselves without teachers filling our heads with garbage.
Learn for yourself. Come over to the Light!
originally posted by: Trillium
originally posted by: IgnoranceIsntBlisss
originally posted by: Trillium
Q will Fail only if we Fail too keep Q uestioning, but I love the Anti-Q meme day, (stress release)
So to me Q is still 120% true
Always remember this
Thing is, half the people prominent in this thread... half the people in ATS was already questions all that stuff ad nauseum a year or more before Q ever hit the scene.
Dude made a clever, original little game format out of news digestion.
Everybody else anointing him the Messiah for it is where it all went wrong. Declaring it a "social movement", I dont know if he postured like that first or if everyone else gave him this messiah complex. I mean following this logic the inventor of Pokemon Go should get a Nobel pPeace Prize or something.
But to declare a Choose Your Own Adventure (reality) game to do with the news & politics as the ultimate revelation, The Gospel from atop the Holy Mountain, even if "Drop" #1 wasnt FALSE (it was), and then everyone go all cultish and chastise anyone who points out the obvious about what it is / isnt, questions or criticizes it, etc... that's the stuff of Scientologists, SJW's, etc.
Dont be a QJW: And live by the point of that meme image you posted and question Q too.
I prefer too error on the Positive side
then to live in the Negative
originally posted by: AndyFromMichigan
Since when does Q post in real time?
originally posted by: dashen
I think certain people have forgotten that as soon as Q started dropping crumbs Hillary and John McStain both started sporting very fashionable boots.
And John's boot switched legs
originally posted by: eisegesis
a reply to: IgnoranceIsntBlisss
Every "side" involved in information warfare uses dis-info.