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JERRY IN OREGON: “Is it true in Germany it’s against the law to do the Nazi salute, and if you deny the ‘Holocaust you can go to jail?'”
MICHAEL RIVERO: “Yes. … The truth does not need law to protect it. Truth survives examination and questioning. Only lies and liars resort to the courts and the force of law to protect the lies.
And Ernst Zundel is a classic case. When he was looking at his trial for denying the ‘Holocaust,’ the judge literally said: ‘I don’t care if everything you say is absolutely true, it is still against the law to say it.’
And that basically tells you it’s a dictatorship. ‘You’ll believe what we tell you what to believe. Don’t you dare question. Don’t you dare look at the facts for yourself.'”
“Israel is lobbying for those laws [questioning the official ‘holocaust’ story in America, etc.]. They’re trying to claim that anything criticizing Israel is now ‘hate speech’ and ‘antisemitism.’ And they’re trying to get around the 1st Amendment by that. … The government is not allowed to restrict freedom of speech, end of discussion. … We have a constitutionally protected right to criticize the behavior of Israel’s government, which is what this is.
It isn’t ‘Jew hate.’ It isn’t ‘antisemitism.’ It isn’t race hatred or anything like that. Israel’s government behaves badly — so does the government of the United States of America. Our Bill of Rights says: I, and you and everybody have a right to stand up and say, ‘you are behaving badly.’ And that’s the issue. It’s not race or religion or ethnicity. It’s your actions that are the problem here.”
Transcribed by Jeff Fenske
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What Really Happened Show: Michael Rivero Tuesday 1/10/17: (Commercial Free VIDEO)
Trump’s Pick for CIA Director, Could Take the Agency Back to its Darkest Days
By Jennifer Williams
November 19, 2016 “Information Clearing House” – “Vox” – President-elect Donald Trump has tapped Republican Rep. Mike Pompeo of Kansas to head the Central Intelligence Agency, putting a hawkish lawmaker who favors brutally interrogating detainees and expanding the American prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, in charge of America’s premier spy agency.
Pompeo may be an unfamiliar name to many Americans, but he is well-known — and apparentlygenerally well-respected — among intelligence professionals and well-liked by his colleagues on Capitol Hill.
The 52-year-old third-term Congress member serves on the House Intelligence Committee and played a prominent role the House Select Committee on Benghazi, which investigated Hillary Clinton for her role in the deaths of four Americans at the hands of Islamist terrorists in Benghazi, Libya, in 2012.
Pompeo was particularly harsh on Clinton during the hearings, and in a report afterward accused her of having “put politics ahead of people” and “focusing more on spin and media narrative before an election than securing American lives under attack by terrorists.”
As a member of Congress with experience working closely with — and at times strongly defending — the intelligence community, Pompeo’s nomination as CIA chief could bode well for the future relationship between the CIA and Congress, which has deteriorated in recent years over the CIA’s detainee program and feuds with its nominal overseers on Capitol Hill.
But Pompeo’s extremely hawkish views on critical national security issues, such as his support for keeping open the US prison at Guantanamo Bay; his defense of brutal CIA interrogation practices like waterboarding and “rectal feeding”; and his overwhelming focus on the dire threat of “radical Islamic terrorism” — all positions closely aligned with those of President-elect Trump and his new national security adviser, Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn — suggest he is not likely to be a particularly sobering or restraining force on the president-elect, particularly when it comes to controversial policies like torture and drone strikes.
Pompeo’s hawkish stance toward Russia, on the other hand, could be a major source of tension between him and the president-elect, who, along Flynn, seeks to develop closer ties with Russia, particularly in the fight against ISIS in Syria.
Jeff Rense & Karen Stewart – NSA Whistleblower, Gang-Stalking Victim
“Spiritual battle” is exactly what it is. I wish I would have known about Doug much earlier so I could have prayed for those James-3 cursing him. He needed our prayers.
Doug Christie Free Speech is the Issue. Speech from Oct 16 1997 in Toronto
The pipeline would travel underneath the Missouri River, the primary drinking water source for the Standing Rock Sioux. …
The Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) has reported more than 3,300 incidents of leaks and ruptures at oil and gas pipelines since 2010. And even the smallest spill could damage the tribe’s water supply. …
And while the land being used for the pipeline is not technically on its reservation, tribal leaders argue that the federal government did not adequately engage the Standing Rock Sioux during the permitting process—a requirement under federal law.
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Police & Military Attack Oceti Sakowin Treaty Camp 10.27.2016