Former US intelligence officials: Trump lied about Assad’s chemical attack on Idlib province

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“President Trump should make his case in front of the American people and allow their elected representatives to debate the benefits and risks of further Middle East intervention to our national security interests.” Sen. Mike Lee (R-Utah)

What we know to be FACTS:

  1. On 4 April 2017, the town of Khan Shaykhun in Syria’s Idlib province, was struck by a heavy airstrike followed by massive civilian chemical (sarin nerve gas) poisoning, including children.
  2. At the time of the attack the town was under the control of Tahrir al-Sham, formerly known as the al-Nusra Front — a Sunni Islamist terrorist organization fighting against Syrian Governmentforces in the Syrian Civil War, with the aim of establishing an Islamist state in the country.
  3. President Donald Trump, the U.S. Pentagon, and the UK (in the person of Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson) blamed the attack on the forces of Syrian President Bashar Assad.

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What if the US military was used to end the mass murder of American children in America?

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Today in America, hundreds of American baby boys and girls will be openly, systematically and “legally” murdered. They will then often be “legally” dismembered and “legally” sold piecemeal to “legally” protected (and often taxpayer funded) ghouls.

Today in America, the once-private conversations of American citizens are slurped up and analyzed by an Orwellian surveillance system so thorough in its invasion and obliteration of privacy that even the vague thought of such a system would have made even the most vile and authoritarian of gestapo or KGB agents weep with envy.

Today in America, we’re not even free to own our own home. The State owns ’em all. We’re just serfs renting from our master, the Almighty American State. Don’t believe me? Try not paying your rent (“property taxes”) and see how long it takes for your true landlord (the State) to remind you of your true position as a perpetual renter in practice.

It would seem that we’ve lost quite a lot of liberty and freedom here in “the land of the free” over the past 100+ years.

It would also seem that, at the same time, we’ve been spending our children (the ones we allow to live, anyway) into perpetual debt bondage under the weight of a massive military machine supposedly commissioned for the sake of “protecting our freedoms”.

So what’s the deal?

How can we have such a gigantic, globe-dominating military force and yet be losing freedoms and liberties hand over fist year after year and decade after decade?

How can this be?

How can heartbreaking pictures of children tragically murdered across the globe be held out as the reason for our latest step down the long path of American perpetual war…while thousands of American children are “legally” murdered in America each and every day.

Where is our military?

Why is our right to own a home outright not protected?

Why is our right to a private conversation not protected?

Why are our children’s lives not worthy of protection?

Why is our massive, globe-spanning military machine not brought in to defend any of the innocent little baby boys and girls being butchered for convenience and profit here in “the home of the brave”?

Why?

Because it’s all a lie.

A very purposeful lie.

If the notions of “freedom”, “liberty”, and “bravery” that we’re encouraged to mindlessly sing about on cue like trained chimps had any real meaning to us at all, we’d be openly questioning what our military is doing spending a(nother) fortune attacking a(nother) country on the other side of the planet while our freedoms are being eviscerated right here and now at home.

The answer is as obvious as it is diligently ignored by most Americans: Our military doesn’t defend us against the most pressing threats to American freedom because our military is a tool of those destroying our freedoms. It’s a central cog in the Orwellian machine.

Something to think about as pictures of terrible things done to Syrian children are used to drag us off to yet another war while thousands of baby boys and girls are murdered openly and “legally” each and every day here in “the land of the free and the home of the brave”.

Evolution Vs. God Movie

Hear expert testimony from leading evolutionary scientists from some of the world’s top universities:

• Peter Nonacs, Professor, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, UCLA
• Craig Stanford, Professor, Biological Sciences and Anthropology, USC
• PZ Myers, Associate Professor, Biology, University of Minnesota Morris
• Gail E. Kennedy, Associate Professor, Anthropology, UCLA

A study of the evidence of vestigial organs, natural selection, the fifth digit, the relevance of the stickleback, Darwin’s finches and Lenski’s bacteria—all under the microscope of the Scientific Method—observable evidence from the minds of experts. Prepare to have your faith shaken.

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“The Founders Couldn’t Have Imagined Assault Rifles,” She Blogged

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Consistently, the dumbest argument put forward by gun control supporters is the idea that the Founding Fathers—one of the best-educated and most intelligent groups of men ever assembled in world history—simply couldn’t have imagined that modern firearms could be invented, and so that the natural right of citizens to own these rifles couldn’t possibly exist.

This is of course an argument from a position of deep ignorance, as multi-shot, magazine-fed weapons were already around for hundreds of years prior to the writing of the Second Amendment.

Further, the same Founding Fathers who privately owned muskets, rifles, mortars, cannons, and war ships capable of reducing a coastal city into rubble also owned multi-shot, magazine-fed weapons like the Girandoni (first fielded in combat in the 1770s in Europe) Thomas Jefferson sent west with Lewis and Clark.

David Kopel does a savage takedown of this absurd argument so often made by gun control supporters via televisions and smart phones, on blogs and via social media apps, which they insist they have the right to do, despite their truly unimaginable technology.

Gun-control advocates often argue that gun-control laws must be more restrictive than the original meaning of the Second Amendment would allow, because modern firearms are so different from the firearms of the late 18th century. This argument is based on ignorance of the history of firearms. It is true that in 1791 the most common firearms were handguns or long guns that had to be reloaded after every shot. But it is not true that repeating arms, which can fire multiple times without reloading, were unimagined in 1791. To the contrary, repeating arms long predate the 1606 founding of the first English colony in America. As of 1791, repeating arms were available but expensive.

This article explains why the price of repeating arms declined so steeply. Then it describes some of the repeating arms that were already in use when the Second Amendment was ratified, including the 22-shot rifle that was later carried on the Lewis and Clark expedition.

One of the men to credit for why repeating arms became much less expensive during the 19th century is James Madison, author of the Second Amendment. During Madison’s presidency (1809-17), Secretary of War James Monroe (who would succeed Madison as president), successfully promoted legislation to foster the development of firearms technology. In particular, the federal armories at Springfield, Mass., and Harpers Ferry, Va., were ordered to invent the means of producing firearms with interchangeable parts.

To function reliably, repeating firearms must have internal components that fit together very precisely — much more precisely than is necessary for single-shot firearms. Before President Madison and Secretary Monroe started the manufacturing revolution, firearms were built one at a time by craftsmen. Making a repeating arm required much more time and expertise than making a single-shot firearm. How to make repeating arms was well-known, but making them at a labor cost the average person could afford was impossible.

Thanks to the technology innovation labs created at Springfield and Harpers Ferry, inventors found ways to manufacture firearms components at a higher rate, and with more consistency for each part. Instead of every part being made by hand, parts were manufactured with machine tools (tools that make other tools). For example, the wooden stocks for rifles could be repetitively manufactured with such precision that any stock from a factory would fit any rifle from the factory, with no need for craftsmen to shave or adjust the stock.

Kopel goes on to note that we do not limit any right to 18th Century technologies, a fact specifically mentioned by the United States Supreme Court’s Heller decision.

Gun control simply doesn’t have a constitutional leg to stand on, which gun control supporters would know if they used Google.

 

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10 Fulfilled Bible Prophecies & The Signs You Can’t Ignore!

This video will show you the top 10 bible prophecies that have been fulfilled in the past 10 years!
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Levin slams Obama admin’s history of abuse, surveillance, & politicization

Monday night on his radio show, Conservative Review editor-in-chief Mark Levin doubled down on his attack on the Obama administration’s nefarious activity against Trump team officials. After weeks of taking heat and being criticized for “conspiracy-peddling,” Levin pushed back against the Left and the media.

Earlier today, Obama’s former national security adviser Susan Rice was revealed in reports as the official who unmasked intercepts of Trump associates. Levin celebrated the reports, saying, we are just starting to “get to the bottom of this.”

“I had no idea how big this was – but it’s big,” declared Levin.

Stay tuned for more of Mark’s commentary. He was the first to piece together the possibility that the Obama administration was surveilling Trump, and he will assuredly stay on top of the developments.

See the full episode here!