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“You have interstate volume traffic exiting off onto Highway 80," said public information officer, Erin Buchanan. "You now have traffic signals through there, you’re going through the town of Greenwood, the speed limit is lower, (and), you’ve got two truck stops through the that area.”
We don’t talk about it, we don’t even acknowledge it, but the human trafficking of men is alive and well. It’s a global issue that affects the service industry, agriculture and the construction industry. In this economic downturn it is getting worse. In the US, the percentage of reported victims that are male has risen from 6% to 45% from 2006 to 2008. It’s not an ‘over there’ problem, it’s an everywhere problem.
Everything has meaning.
Who is AMB Matlock?
He was Director of Soviet Affairs in the State Department (1971–74), Diplomat in Residence at Vanderbilt University (1978–79), and Deputy Director of the Foreign Service Institute (1979–80). He served as U.S. Ambassador to Czechoslovakia (1981–83) and as Special Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs and Senior Director for European and Soviet Affairs on the National Security Council Staff (1983–86). His languages are Czech, French, German, Russian, and Swahili.
Matlock was US President Ronald Reagan's choice for the position of ambassador to the Soviet Union, serving from 1987 to 1991. His previous tours in Moscow were as Vice Consul and Third Secretary (1961–1963), Minister Counsellor and Deputy Chief of Mission (1974–1978), and Chargé d'Affaires ad interim (1981).
Who knows where the bodies are buried?
The map is in front of you.
Expand your thinking.
Purpose for time being spent here.
You can count the people who have the full picture on two hands.
Of those (less than 10 people) only three are non-military.
Why is this relevant?
Outside of a potential operator who has been dialed-in w/ orders (specific to his/her mission) nobody else has this information.
Operators never divulge.
Alice & Wonderland.
What must be reported even if filed under 'State Secrets'
Families combined (TRI) = NWO.
Inner TRI families will collapse.
What is the keystone?
What Nation dominates all others?
What Nation has influence over most others?
What is the keystone?
What if China, Russia, and others are coordinating w/ POTUS to eliminate the NWO?
Who controls several agencies within the US, EU, and abroad?
Why is No Such Agency so vital?
Enormous scale of events currently ongoing.
Why is Russia helping to kill ISIS?
This is not easy to accept nor believe.
Crumbs make bread.
Joint missions underway.
originally posted by: RelSciHistItSufi
a reply to: 0311Warrior
Re "Next 48 very very very busy"...
...that would coincide roughly with the completion of ten days of darkness since last Q post on Mar 29 2019 at 16:57:28.
originally posted by: EndtheMadnessNow
a reply to: carewemust
Other half of tweet...
Donald J. Trump
Verified account @realDonaldTrump
.... against something I knew never existed, Collusion with Russia (so ridiculous!) - No Obstruction. This Russia Hoax must never happen to another President, and Law Enforcement must find out, HOW DID IT START?
So, we need to go back to the beginning to figure out how did it start.?
originally posted by: daskakik
a reply to: butcherguy
Yeah a "maybe" is the leap. It allows a conclusion when you don't have all the info.
Since you also don't have a clue as to who Warrior might actually be, I don't feel inclined to be thankful for baseless speculation.
The longtime Auburn coach had considered running for governor in 2017. Instead, he will begin his political career pursuing the senate seat currently held by Democrat Doug Jones.
Former Donald Trump press secretary Sean Spicer is working on Tuberville's campaign.
In what was perhaps a foreshadowing of his political ambitions, Tuberville worked the press box the night of the Orange Bowl seeking votes from Associated Press media voters to at least gain a share of a national championship. The winner of that game automatically became BCS champion.
Three weeks of heavy rainfall have left much of the country submerged and cost at least 70 lives.
More downpours are forecast for the south-west, with 400,000 people at risk. Dangerously full dams are being opened to ease water build-up.
The south-western province of Khuzestan, which borders Iraq, is the main focus.
Six towns and cities along the Karkheh river needed to be evacuated as soon as possible, Khuzestan's governor Gholamreza Shariati said.
He said the situation was critical and, despite the fears of renewed flooding, the Karkheh dam was being opened to release build-up.
Severe flooding began hitting the north-east, particularly Golestan on the Turkmenistan border, on 19 March.
On 25 March, the west and south-west were struck, with more rain in the same area on 1 April. Lorestan province was the worst hit then, with cities and villages cut off.
Some 12,000km (7,500 miles) of road, more than a third of the country's network, has been affected.
Aid agencies are struggling to cope with the scale of the crisis and Iran's state budget is under pressure due to US sanctions on energy and banking.
Foreign Minister Javad Zarif said the sanctions - reimposed after President Donald Trump withdrew from the Iran nuclear deal last year - had impeded aid efforts and caused a shortage of rescue helicopters.
The head of Iran's elite Revolutionary Guards said the armed forces were "using all their power" to minimise damage.