This woman, who I met in passing when she was shadowing former Congresswoman and future Presidential candidate Cynthia McKinney as we campaigned for #UNRIG – Election Integrity) is a US citizen born and raised.
The FBI has her in custody in DC. I doubt the veracity of the Press TV claim that she is only being offered pork to eat, for me this is simple. Unless she is running drugs or is a full fledged operative of the Iranian secret service, this arrest is bogus and it will hurt the President of the United States far more than he realizes. This woman is TREASURED by the US black community leaders.
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Executive Summary: Ukraine attacks Russia 14 December after a false flag. US nuclear capabilities not quite ready, US military aviation is at 40%, US naval vessels are totally vulnerable to electromagnetic neutralization, and US ground forces are vulnerable to geospatial neutralization, hence US under Trump may not respond. This is however a wild card event and must be recognized as a potential trigger event. This is a counterintelligence alert.
According to former Bush-CIA black ops specialist Chip Tatum, Barr was part of Operation 40, an Agency-linked criminal gang that moved huge quantities of drugs and was involved in many high-level political assassinations, including those of the Kennedies, Swedish Prime Minister Olof Palme, and dozens of others. Ironically, Trump—who tossed a few rhetorical punches at the Bush Crime Family during the 2016 Republican primaries—has just nominated a man who represented the Bush CIA drug cartel, both within the CIA itself (1973-1977) and later when he served as “Opium Poppy” Bush’s Attorney General.
Gunderson:Well, isn’t that interesting? …so we have Vice President Bush, we have Ollie North, we have William Barr involved in the drug-operation. It’s that simple, isn’t it?
It is hard even for attentive members of the public to fully comprehend the U.S. military budget.
“The scale of spending alone makes it hard to grasp. Public understanding of the costs of war is further limited by secrecy, faulty accounting, and the deferral of current costs,” I argued recently in a short paper for the Costs of War Project at Brown University. See The Costs of War: Obstacles to Public Understanding, November 14, 2018.
Neta C. Crawford of Brown University estimated the post-9/11 costs of war at $5.9 trillion through FY 2019.