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Mysterious energy appearing on Tennessee seismographs – MAJOR fireball over So Cal!

 

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Published on Nov 19, 2017
Update on the football field size asteroid approaching earth.
Yet ANOTHER large fireball spotted by 100’s of citizens in Southern California. (11/18/2017)
Two Tennessee seismographs are displaying very odd energy signatures that are not consistent with earthquake energy.

Slaughterbots: Do You Want This? Time To Take Action!

Reminiscent of the satirical “Robocop” movie. This is horrible!

If this isn’t what you want, please take action at http://autonomousweapons.org/

 

Confessions of an Illuminati House Wife – Part 1 to 4 Unlimited funding, under the guise of security, corrupts BIG time!

Mrs. Katherine Griggs, wife of Colonel George Griggs (Special Operations) gives an insight of the twisted evil of the American Intelligence community and the methods they use to recruit and control operatives.

 

MUST SEE President Trump’s Unforgettable Speech to South Korean National Assembly 11/7/17

President Donald Trump delivers an unforgettable speech in South Korea, extending what may be the final olive branch to Kim Jung Un’s North Korea regime 🇺🇸🇰🇷
National Assembly, Seoul, South Korea

Article from Washington Post:

The U.S. president directly addressed his 33-year-old nemesis in a speech to South Korea’s National Assembly. This time, Trump did not call Kim “Little Rocket Man” or use the kinds of rhetorical flourishes that play so well on Twitter.

But the words that Trump did use cut deeper, because they struck at the very heart of the Kim regime.
If there is one thing that Kim has shown he cannot tolerate, it is personal criticism.
“North Korea is not the paradise your grandfather envisioned,” Trump said to Kim, who, if he was in Pyongyang, was just 120 miles away. “It is a hell that no person deserves.”
Kim Il Sung, who is revered like a god in North Korean propaganda, established the country in 1948 as a “socialist paradise” of free housing, health care and education where people would want for nothing. Grandson Kim Jong Un claims his legitimacy as North Korea’s supreme leader by virtue of being a direct descendant of this quasi-deity.
Trump devoted a large part of his address to detailing the human rights abuses that the Kims have committed in North Korea, filling his speech with words such as “twisted,” “sinister,” “tyrant,” “fascism” and “cult.”
“I wanted to stand up from my seat and shout ‘Yahoo!’ ” said Lee Hyeon-seo, an escapee from North Korea who was sitting in the assembly hall during Trump’s address. “We just don’t hear people talking about North Korea in this way in South Korea, so I was very emotional during the speech. I was very impressed.”

In front of a National Assembly ruled by a left-wing party that favors engagement with North Korea and seeks to avoid antagonizing the regime, Trump noted the slave-like conditions North Korean workers face, the malnutrition among children, the suppression of religion and the forced-labor prison camps where he said North Koreans endure “torture, starvation, rape and murder on a constant basis.”
Other advocates for North Koreans expressed hope that Trump’s remarks would remind the world that the country is home not just to a dictator with nuclear weapons but also to 25 million people who suffer under him.
“President Trump spoke about human rights in North Korea more than any other previous U.S. president,” said Jeong Kwang-il, who was held as a political prisoner in North Korea and now runs the No Chain for North Korea human rights group in Seoul. “I’m hopeful that American policy toward North Korea will focus more on improving human rights there.”
The president did not mince words about the way the Kim regime has managed to retain its grip on the populace.
“North Korea is a country ruled as a cult,” he said. “At the center of this military cult is a deranged belief in the leader’s destiny to rule as parent-protector over a conquered Korean Peninsula and an enslaved Korean people.”
The success of South Korea discredited “the dark fantasy at the heart of the Kim regime,” Trump said.
It is hard to exaggerate the reverence with which North Koreans are forced to treat the Kim family. Every home and all public buildings must display portraits of Kim Il Sung and his son Kim Jong Il that must be cleaned only with a special cloth. North Koreans must bow at monuments to the leaders and sing songs celebrating their supposedly legendary feats.
There is no escaping the Kims and the narrative that they have created a utopia that is the envy of the world.
So to suggest that the regime is founded on a “fantasy” and that the country is something other than a socialist paradise amounts to heresy in North Korea.
“This speech made the ‘axis of evil’ speech look friendly,” said John Delury, a professor of international relations at Yonsei University in Seoul, referring to President George W. Bush’s 2002 State of the Union speech, in which he included North Korea as a country seeking weapons of mass destruction. “That sent a signal to Pyongyang that the Americans are not open to changing their relationship with North Korea and that the president was deeply hostile and ideologically hostile to them.”
But others saw an opening from Trump, with his suggestion that there is a way out of the quagmire. “Despite every crime you have committed against God and man . . . we will offer a path to a much better future,” Trump said, noting that this would require total denuclearization.
Victor Cha, tipped to be Trump’s nominee for ambassador to South Korea, wrote on Twitter that the president publicly offered a “diplomacy exit ramp” to the Kim regime.
At a news conference with South Korean President Moon Jae-in the previous day, Trump urged North Korea “to come to the table” and “do the right thing, not only for North Korea but for humanity all over the world.”
At recent meetings near Geneva and in Moscow, Pyongyang’s representatives have signaled an interest in talks with the United States — as long as those talks are not about denuclearization, a nonstarter for Washington.
The regime in Pyongyang is likely to react angrily to Trump’s speech.
After Trump threatened at the U.N. General Assembly in September to “totally destroy” North Korea and mocked Kim as “Rocket Man,” Kim took the unprecedented step of releasing a statement in his own name, calling Trump a “mentally deranged U.S. dotard” who would “pay dearly” for his threats.
At the same time, North Korea’s foreign minister said the country might detonate a nuclear device over the Pacific.
A U.N. commission of inquiry once charged that the blame for North Korea’s human rights abuses went all way to the top of the leadership, leading to calls for Kim Jong Un to be referred to the International Criminal Court for crimes against humanity.
That prompted North Korean officials to respond publicly to questions about human rights conditions in a way they had not before — a clear attempt to defend the dignity of their leader.
“North Korea tends to react sensitively to criticism in human rights,” said Cheong Seong-chang, director of the unification strategy program at the Sejong Institute, a private think tank in South Korea.
He predicted that the response this time would be especially sharp because of the time that Trump spent talking about North Korea and the detail he went into, plus the president’s repeated calls for the world to isolate the country.
“North Korea is highly likely to take Trump’s address as a declaration of war and call for a holy war of its own against the U.S.,” Cheong said.

https://www.washingtonpost.com

 

High Strangeness: The Trump/Titor Time Travel Case

If you’ve never heard the story of John Titor, here’s the basics:

Now you have the basics the “John Titor” story, get ready for one of the weirdest yet most intriguing cases to ever endure on the internet. And it is so strangely plausible……!! These three videos are a series, so please watch all of them, they are worth the time.

Antifa Uprising Same Day As EMP Drill: Coincidence?

 

Operation Cross Country: FBI Busts 120 Sex Traffickers & Rescues Dozens of Sexually Exploited Children

Article by Tim Brown, DC Clothesline

The Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Operation Cross Country has just completed its eleventh iteration and according to the FBI, they recovered 84 sexually exploited juveniles and arrested 120 traffickers.
According to the FBI’s website, “Operation Cross Country has expanded beyond the United States, with Canada, the United Kingdom, Cambodia, the Philippines, and Thailand undertaking similar operations. Their efforts were coordinated with the FBI and its local, state, and federal law enforcement partners—along with the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC)—during the four-day law enforcement action that ended October 15.”

Operation Cross Country 2017 involved 55 FBI field offices and 78 FBI-led Child Exploitation Task Forces composed of more than 500 law enforcement agencies. The sting operations were conducted in hotels, casinos, truck stops, and through social media sites frequented by pimps, prostitutes, and their customers.
More than 100 victim specialists provided on-scene services that included crisis intervention as well as resources for basic needs such as food, clothing, shelter, and medical attention.
One of the highlights of the operation involved FBI Denver’s Rocky Mountain Innocence Lost Task Force. They recovered a 3-month-old girl and her five-year-old sister after a friend who was staying with the family made a deal with an undercover task force officer to sell both children for sex in exchange for $600.
“The threat of child sex trafficking is something the FBI works on every single day,” said Calvin Shivers, special agent in charge of the Denver Division. “Operation Cross Country gives us the opportunity to shine a light on this threat and to educate the public.” He added that while the focused law enforcement action has “an immediate impact” of recovering a significant number of juvenile victims, “we recognize that there is a lot more work to be done to identify and recover even more victims.”
The FBI formed the Innocence Lost National Initiative in 2003. Since its creation, the program has resulted in the identification and recovery of more than 6,500 children from child sex trafficking and the prosecution of countless traffickers, more than 30 of whom have received life sentences for their crimes.

“We at the FBI have no greater mission than to protect our nation’s children from harm,” said FBI Director Christopher Wray. “Unfortunately, the number of traffickers arrested—and the number of children recovered—reinforces why we need to continue to do this important work.”

Read the Rest at:

https://www.dcclothesline.com/2017/10/22/operation-cross-country-fbi-busts-120-sex-traffickers-rescues-dozens-of-sexually-exploited-children/

Close Encounters Of The Congressional Kind

Source: Washington Post/Youtube

Had to happen I guess….

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