THIS WILL SHOCK YOU TO YOUR CORE: 9/11 From Cheney to Mossad

Gepubliceerd op 11 sep. 2015

Heres the link to the FULL 75+ minute SGT Report interview:
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On Thursday, September 9, 2015 I interviewed author Rebekah Roth about her new book ‘Methodical Deception’. New information she has recovered about the 9/11 false flag event will shock you to your core. This bombshell evidence destroys the “official story”, forever. Israeli Mossad involvement in the 9/11 false flag attacks can no longer be denied.

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Bodies of African migrants found washed up 30 miles east of Tripoli after boat carrying hundreds trying to cross to Europe sinks less than a mile from Libyan coast

Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2734148/Bodies-African-migrants-washed-30-miles-east-Tripoli-boat-carrying-hundreds-trying-cross-Europe-sinks-mile-Libyan-coast.html

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  • Vessel went down near Qarabouli, 35 miles east of the capital Tripoli 
  • Was believed to have been trying to cross the Mediterranean to Europe
  • Thousands of migrants have tried to take advantage of calmer seas to flee
  • Breakdown of order in Libya has been heavily exploited by human traffickers
  • More than 100,000 Libyans are thought to have arrived in Italy since January 

Bodies of African immigrants have been found washed up on shores 30 miles east of Tripoli.

It comes after nearly 200 migrants were feared to have drowned after a boat sank less than a mile from the coast of Libya during an attempted crossing to mainland Europe.

The small vessel – which was crammed with men, women and children – sank late on Friday, according to the local coast guard.

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Bodies of African would-be migrants are washed up on the shore of al-Qarboli, 30 miles east of Tripoli, Libya

Bodies of African would-be migrants are washed up on the shore of al-Qarboli, 30 miles east of Tripoli, Libya

Rescue workers pull the bodies of illegal immigrants onto shore of al-Qarbole

Rescue workers pull the bodies of illegal immigrants onto shore of al-Qarbole

Abdel-Latif Ibrahim said earlier that 16 people were rescued. He said five of the victims were children.

It comes as Italy’s maritime search and rescue team are being called upon to retrieve hundreds of migrants who are trying to flee North Africa via the Mediterranean Sea on a daily basis.

A Libyan coastguard spokesman Abdellatif Mohammed Ibrahim said: ‘A few miles off the coast, we found the remains of a wooden boat which had some 200 migrants on board.

‘We managed to save 16 people and recovered 15 bodies, but the search continues for some 170 people who disappeared at sea.’

He added: ‘It seems that among them are Somalis and Eritreans in addition to other nationalities. One of the fatalities was an 18-month-old child.’

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Members of the Libyan coast guard retrieve a body from the water - one of 200 feared to have gone down with a small vessel that tried to cross to mainland Europe

Members of the Libyan coast guard retrieve a body from the water – one of 200 feared to have gone down with a small vessel that tried to cross to mainland Europe

A body is discovered in the water one mile off the coast of Libya after a vessel crammed with migrants sank 

A body is discovered in the water one mile off the coast of Libya after a vessel crammed with migrants sank

Around 3,500 migrants and 19 corpses have been discovered since Friday during a spate of attempted journeys by traffickers trying to take advantage of calmer summer seas.

The Italian ship Sirio recovered 18 corpses and 73 survivors from a raft, after a frigate picked up one corpse along with 1372 survivors on Friday night.

The Mare Nostrum search and rescue mission began after a shipwreck near Italy’s coast killed 366 people last October.

More than 200 passengers are feared to have drowned in a desperate attempt to make it to Europe 

More than 200 passengers are feared to have drowned in a desperate attempt to make it to Europe

The mission costs around 9 million euros (£7.5 million) a month and has sparked fierce debate in Italy, which slipped back into recession in the second quarter after years of stagnation.

A breakdown of order in Libya since the toppling of Colonel Gaddafi has been exploited by human traffickers, pushing the number of arrivals into Italy since January past 100,000.

At the frontier between Europe and Africa, Italy has long attracted seaborne migrants, but the number of arrivals this year is already above a previous record of just over 60,000 for all of 2011, when the Arab Spring uprisings fuelled migration.

Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi has called on the European Union to take responsibility for rescuing migrants by investing in border control agency Frontex, and on the United Nations to intervene in Libya to manage the flows of refugees.

A shoe belonging to an illegal immigrant floats on the water after the boat carrying men, women and children sank. The victims were among the hundreds trying to flee Libya on a daily basis

A shoe belonging to an illegal immigrant floats on the water after the boat carrying men, women and children sank. The victims were among the hundreds trying to flee Libya on a daily basis

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Trump Assails ‘Anchor Babies’ While Actual Babies Wash Up on Europe’s Shores

Source: http://usuncut.com/world/trump-assails-anchor-babies-while-actual-babies-wash-up-on-europes-shores/

Europe’s refugee crisis–already the worst since World War II–escalated this week as 71 migrants were found dead in the back of a truck in Austria. Before the tragedy could be processed, a boat carrying more than 200 Palestinian and Syrian refugees capsized in the Mediterranean.

Seeing the images of brown bodies floating in water immediately recalled the haunting photos of Hurricane Katrina ten years ago. But no one in the media or public drew the parallels between the two catastrophes. Few people even seem aware it’s happening.

We’ve all been too busy listening to Trump. As diapered infants littered Libya’s beeches, Mother Jones encouraged readers to consume more Donald: “Cancel Plans Tonight. Watch Sarah Palin Interview Trump”. The article was shared more than 60,000 times, demonstrating progressive media’s boundless capacity to indulge and regurgitate conservative hate speech.

Publishing the quotes of right-wing bigots–even when they don’t hold public office or have much influence (Ted Nugent, Duck Dynasty)–has become a reliable business model for progressive media. The liberal hate-watching and hate-clicking of Trump would be harmless, even defensible, if it raised awareness about the plight of immigrants, humanized them, or shifted the conversation. But to passively consume Trump’s hatred as amusement is to participate in his dehumanization. A headline from a popular Rolling Stone piece concedes, “Trump is no Longer Funny”. He never was.

Liberals’ amusement with Trump is tempered by confusion and fear: “How can he gain popularity by openly espousing racism and bigotry?”

The uncomfortable truth is that Trump’s anti-immigrant rhetoric may not be echoed by other candidates, but it’s embodied as the official policy of most Western governments.

Liberals are appalled when Trump calls for mass deportations, yet they remained silent as President Obama deported 2 million immigrants. In fact, each year of the Obama administration has seen more deportations than any preceding president.

At her speech to the DNC on Friday, Hillary Clinton sharply criticized Trump’s anti-immigrant rhetoric. Yet just weeks ago on August 20th during a speech in Las Vegas, Hillary defended the deportation of child refugees fleeing violence in Central America. Clinton said her refusal to grant asylum is a “responsible message” but her position seemed especially cruel considering five to ten children deported back to Honduras have been murdered this year. Clinton’s responsibility is all the more relevant considering as Secretary of State, she provided support and legitimacy to a military junta that overthrew the democratically-elected government of Honduras in 2009 and continues to plague the country with violence.

The role of US foreign policy in fueling the refugee crisis is not confined to Central America. In Syria, the US and UK armed terror groups to oust President Bashar al-Assad. According to UN estimates, 6 million Syrians have been displaced internally and externally. Germany made huge progress this week by announcing it will allow Syrian refugees to stay and apply for asylum. The US has accepted 335 Syrian refugees; the UK has accepted 143.

Senator Bernie Sanders has become a darling of progressives, yet when it comes to immigration he’s closer to Donald Trump than any sensible position. During an appearance on MSNBC in late July, Sanders posed a hypothetical question to himself whether the US should “completely open up the borders”: His response: “If that were to happen, which I strongly disagree with, there is no question in my mind that that would substantially lower wages in this country.”  Sanders is wrong, evidenced by the countless studies by the same think-tanks he regularly cites on the Senate floor when criticizing inequality. If Sanders can espouse right-wing myths on immigration without much of a challenge, it’s quite clear how much progress needs to be made.

The most sensible and humane immigration policy is the one never been mentioned by any member of Congress or the media: grant full amnesty and citizenship to all immigrants living in the US, create a streamlined pathway for citizenship, decriminalize drugs, and tear down the US-Mexico wall.