Jul 252016

Video courtesy of Boiling Frogs Post

Background info provided by Boiling Frog:

The three most important regiments involved in the Turkey Attempted Coup plot and implementation have been part (members) of NATO’s Rapid Deployable Corps (NRDC) since 2003.

A group of plotters of the failed Turkish Coup Attempt used a WhatsApp group to communicate with each other. Based on well-documented information and established identities gathered from these intercepted communications, at least three out of the five coupist regiments were (and still are) part of NATO’s Rapid Deployable Corps. Further, the group used the emblem and slogan used by NATO’s Rapid Deployable Corps: “Peace at home, peace in the world.”

The intercepted communications also expose the role of the CIA-Gulen network within Turkey’s police force, and how it readily welcomed and aided the Failed Coup Attempt.

Newsbud news with Sibel Edmonds and Spiro Skouras delves into this significant exposé and provides viewers with context and analyses missing from western media outlets.

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Jul 142016

Video courtesy of 1000frolly

When he speaks about physics and black holes he does seem to know what he is talking about, he knows the subject and I cannot fault him there; but when he gets onto the subject of climate he seems to turn into a complete idiot – a non-scientific dogmatist.
This is such an interesting phenomenon I decided to make a video of him.

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