Liens aggrégés de avril 2018

Exit From The Matrix: ancient Tibet

Exit From The Matrix: ancient Tibet by Jon Rappoport April 20, 2018 In my search for a different approach to individual consciousness, I came upon the history of early Tibet, before the society hardened into a theocracy. Creative power was the intense focus of the early Tibetans.

The Russian Deep State: Putin & the Assassination of Journalists

In this special report Newsbud’s founder and editor Sibel Edmonds and Spiro discuss the recent and suspicious death of a Russian journalist who was best known for exposing corruption as well as the Russian private military contractor The Wagner Group. We also take a look at the recent history of journalists who have been targeted [&;]

Les ratées de l'opération alliée contre la Syrie

Deux missiles US n'ont pas explosés. Ils ont été acheminés le 18 avril en Russie pour y être examinés . Les technologies US et russes sont radicalement différentes de sorte que les avancées de l'un et de l'autre sont difficilement copiables. Cependant, les ingénieurs militaires russes étudieront les techniques US pour améliorer leurs propres techniques de contre-missiles. Un avion Rafale français n'a pas été en mesure de tirer un des missiles Scalp-EG embarqué . Tandis que trois missiles de croisière (...)

Coordination militaire entre Téhéran, Bagdad, Damas et Moscou

L'aviation iraquienne a bombardé des positions de l'État islamique en Syrie, le 19 avril 2018. Simultanément, des responsables de la Défense d'Iran, d'Iraq, de Syrie et de Russie se retrouvaient à Bagdad dans le cadre de la coordination des services de renseignement militaire des quatre pays.

La vengeance du général Benoît Puga

Le palais de l'Élysée a annoncé l'ouverture de la procédure de radiation du président syrien, Bachar el-Assad, de l'Ordre de la Légion d'honneur. Elle lui avait été décernée par le président Jacques Chirac, qui se présentait alors comme son tuteur et l'introduisait dans l'arène internationale. Cette procédure, extrêmement rare, est conduite par le général Benoît Puga. Celui-ci fut commandant des Forces spéciales (COS), puis du renseignement militaire (DRM). Il fut chef d'état-major particulier de deux présidents (...)

Huge drug (pharma) money changes hands in high-level financial deals—why?

Huge drug (pharma) money changes hands in high-level financial deals&;why? by Jon Rappoport April 19, 2018 These are notes on money-musical-chairs among drug companies. Big-time money. Clues as to why there is such a tidal wave of cash: One: Consolidation, of course. Fewer giant companies, who have greater control over the market, are too big to fail, and have more lobbying power with governments.

Huge drug (pharma) money changes hands in high-level financial deals—why?

Huge drug (pharma) money changes hands in high-level financial deals&;why? By Jon Rappoport These are notes on money-musical-chairs among drug companies. Big-time money. Clues as to why there is such a tidal wave of cash: One: Consolidation, of course. Fewer giant companies, who have greater control over the market, are too big to fail, and have more lobbying power with governments.

The meaning of my work

The meaning of my work by Jon Rappoport April 18, 2018 My work as a researcher and writer goes back 50 years. My work as a reporter goes back 35 years. Basically, I investigate and uncover scandals involving deep crimes, because those crimes illuminate ways in which controlling entities are creating reality for the planetary population.

The meaning of my work

The meaning of my work By Jon Rappoport My work as a researcher and writer goes back 50 years. My work as a reporter goes back 35 years. Basically, I investigate and uncover scandals involving deep crimes, because those crimes illuminate ways in which controlling entities are creating reality for the planetary population. The crimes are bad enough in and of themselves, but in the long run, using them to invent a wrap-around hypnotic reality for Earth is a massive trap. It traps the mind, it traps perception, it traps the individual creative impulse…

China Announces Plan for Restructuring Global Governance

Chinese supremo Xi Jinping laid out China’s vision for the international system at the Bo Ao conference on Hainan Island.  And it sounds pretty good.  Especially when contrasted with Donald Trump’s clumsy application of the America First! principle in his illegal bombing of Syria. The PRC probably wishes that Donald Trump could stay president of [&;]

BREAKING: Failed U.S Raid Cover Up Exposed By Survivor Who Lost 11 Family Members

In this video, Luke Rudkowski of WeAreChange gives you the latest breaking news on a failed U.S raid that was covered up but exposed by this interview, from a person who lost 11 of his family members during it. This is an important story about Africa and the world as it sheds truth that the media won&;t admit to.

Beyond the study of psychology

Beyond the study of psychology By Jon Rappoport These are notes I made in preparation for my second collection, Exit From The Matrix: “Psychology is essentially a reflection of the culture: it focuses on the family unit and what can happen to fracture it. It focuses on society and how an individual can adapt to it. It focuses on re-establishing norms of behavior. It focuses on a person’s past as the key to his problems. It stumbles and stutters and retreats when it comes up against the individual’s creative impulse. This impulse travels far beyond family, society, and the past.”

Philip Defranco Screwed By YouTube? Another STRIKE! Cohan Exposed Sean Hannity

In this video, we give you the latest breaking news on Phillip Defranco just releasing a video called, &;Tired Frustrated But Also Excited&; in which he goes over his frustrations with YouTube. We go over there being another STRIKE by a major U.S ally.

Will a Canadian Court Hand a Powerful Tool to the Oppressed?

Far away from the media spotlight, a crucial two-day hearing in a landmark court case could set the stage for giving stakeholders in developing nations a powerful tool to hold multinational corporations to account for violating labor and environmental standards. The case, , pits indigenous peoples of Ecuador against Chevron.