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Gallery For > DefenseRODNEY SITCH ON THE CIA AND FBI CONNECTION TO TERRORISTS AND THE CORRUPTION OF THOSE WHO CONTROL U.S. AIR TRAVEL
By Rodney Stich [Excerpted]

Member
Association Former Intelligence Officers (AFIO); Association of National Security Alumni
International Society of Air Safety Investigators (ISASI); Lawyers Pilots Bar Association (LPBA)
Former FAA air safety investigator; Former airline captain and Navy pilot

July 30, 1996

V. Stewart Daley, Special Agent

Ref: TWA Flight 800; SAM missiles offered to US and rejected; and July 24, 1996 meeting with FBI agent.

Dear Sir:

The purpose of this letter is to make a record relating to what transpired during a meeting and (more…)

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Image result for nigeria tanksNigeria: Armsgate – How Dasuki Paid Friends N5.6 Billion for 22 Tanks
Daily Trust (Abuja), by John Chuks Azu, 8 March 2017

A prosecution witness yesterday narrated how former National Security Adviser (NSA), retired Col. Sambo Dasuki, paid N5.6billion to companies owned by his friends to purchase 22 military tanks.

The witness, Hassan Saidu, an operative of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), was testifying in the trial of Col. Nicholas Ashinze, a former aide to Dasuki; Wolfgang Reinl, the General Manager of Geonel Integrated Services Ltd, Barrister Edidiong Ediong and Sagir Mohammed.

Other companies arraigned are: Unity Continental Nigeria Ltd, Helpline Organisation, Vibrant Resources Ltd and Sologic Integrated Services Ltd. EFCC claimed that younger brother to the former NSA, Abubakar Ibrahim Dasuki, retired Col. Bello Fadile and Bello Abayomi are still at large. (more…)

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man-on-earth-rupert-vandervellHow Did a Form of Torture Become Policy in America’s Prison System?
The cruel rise of solitary confinement in America.
By Andrew Gumbel, October 11 2013

In 1831, Alexis de Tocqueville visited the Eastern State Penitentiary in Philadelphia to observe first-hand the effects of a peculiar — and, at the time, entirely novel — form of incarceration. The Quakers, who had opened the prison two years earlier, believed that long-term solitary confinement was an ideal form of religious penitence (whence the termpenitentiary) and would hasten prisoners’ rehabilitation and reintegration into society. They saw it not as extreme punishment but as a progressive idea, far preferable to the giant holding pens typical of the age, where mutilations and violence among prisoners were common, and spiritual betterment all but unthinkable. (more…)

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Sales BabbleMyths about United States Sovereignty and the International Criminal Court
From Amicc.org

Myths about United States Sovereignty and the International Criminal Court It is frequently argued by those opposed to the International Criminal Court (ICC) that its very existence is an attack on US sovereignty. To the contrary, the Court grew out of efforts, led by the United States for the last fifty years, to bring justice to those who commit crimes so atrocious that they are universally abhorred. The Court is an outgrowth of the hard work and strength of purpose of approximately 150 negotiating sovereign states, including (more…)

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Sea MineInternational – Maritime Traffic, Minefields, Sovereignty

THE CORFU CHANNEL CASE (MERITS)
INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE, I.C.J. REPORTS 1949, p. 4 PER CURIAM

Introduction

In May 1946 British warships passed through the Corfu Channel, in Albanian territorial waters, and were fired upon by Albanian coastal batteries. In October 1946, when two British warships passed through the Corfu Channel the ships struck mines and were damaged. In November 1946 the British Royal Navy swept for mines in the Corfu Channel in Albanian waters without (more…)

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Bill of Rights“MEN IN BLACK”
THE CULT OF THE JUDGES
By Jon Christian Ryter (2003)

We correctly think of the invisible money barons who own the Federal Reserve and the central banks of all the nations of the world as the most powerful men in the world. And they are. With the spoken word, a nod and a handshake, binding contracts for billions if not trillions of dollars are cast in iron. With their approval, men who might otherwise live in relative obscurity become governors and presidents. Without their approval, presidents tremble and kingdoms fall. These are the titans of the world. They are virtually omnipotent from a humanistic sense–and they are completely invisible. From on-high they govern those who govern. They are the masters of the universe who are shaping Earth into global hegemony of subservient nation-states that will shortly become a universal, multi-continental nation governed for, and by, the elite’s of the world. (more…)

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Truth or DareDying to Make a Profit
The Conflict of Interest that Publicly Traded Health Insurance Companies Don’t Want You to Know!
By Chris Ryan with Charles St-Onge, 2009

What’s Good for the Mistress…
Health insurance companies still want to convince the public that they can manage their duty to their shareholders without effecting patient care, and that they are in fact a force for good when it comes to quality of treatmentand increasing health outcomes. If they manage patient care properly and reduce costs, will that not help bring down insurance costs for everyone? Is not some amount of “rationing of care” necessary to keep costs under control? (Most Americans live in dread of the idea of “rationed care,” which seems like such an un-American concept. The truth is that care is already rationed.)

This may be true, if the motive for the rationing was purely to benefit the policyholder. The rationing could then even be construed as the insurance company upholding its fiduciary duty to the insured. In fact most health insurance companies, (more…)

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