[2014] Cash, Weapons and Surveillance: the U.S. is a Key Party to Every Israeli Attack

Cash, Weapons and Surveillance: the U.S. is a Key Party to Every Israeli Attack
— Read on theintercept.com/2014/08/04/cash-weapons-surveillance/

Ermagad! Snowden never revealed anything ebil about Israel! *sarcasm*

Same for WikiLeaks – Obviously too many Zionists in the U.S. Government! 🙄

*Theory* Asians Far More Susceptible to Coronavirus than Other Races, More Likely to Die, Just Like SARS

With the mounting concern about the growing Coronavirus we are republishing this article we published 7 days ago, taken from the excellent anti-imigration site Vdare.com, which if true, is hugely important to understanding the potential global growth of the Coronavirus. Unfortunately Vdare does not have a comments section, so it is hard to gauge how much engagement that
— Read on russia-insider.com/en/asians-far-more-susceptible-coronavirus-other-races-more-likely-die-just-sars-report/ri28241

February Article

[2014] You Won’t Believe What Spies On Malaysia Plane Were Doing

Military intelligence is heavily involved in Malaysia Airlines 370, but contradicting itself and denying the public from needed information, thus increasing speculations officials are unauthorized by the military to disclose the craft’s whereabouts and intel by 25 high-tech passengers, employed by five major defense contractor technology companies, was liekly valued
— Read on beforeitsnews.com/events/2014/03/spies-on-missing-malaysia-airline-plane-5-major-defense-contractor-companies-26-intel-passengers-2432766.html

 Five major technological communications military contractor companies have high-tech employees and executives on the MH370 passenger manifest, two American and three Asia Pacific – each strongly tied to military: China Telecom, Business Machines Corp., Austin-based Freescale, International Business Machines (IBM), ZTE Corp., and Huawei Technologies Co. Combined, they have 26 high-tech experts on the passenger manifest list, including two executives. One of these companies refused to identify its employees onboard, and investigators also withheld those identities.