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[29 Apr 2013 | One Comment | ]

“In addition, the House Armed Services Committee conducted a review of air assets available to respond to Benghazi. No U.S. government element refused or denied requests for emergency assistance during the crisis. The evidence also does not show there were armed air assets above Benghazi at any time or that any such assets were called off from assisting U.S. personnel on the ground. According to witness testimony, the security officials on the ground did use laser sights, but they did so as an escalatory demonstration of force in an effort to deter some attackers. They were not lasing targets for air assets..”

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[18 Apr 2013 | No Comment | ]
Boston Marathon Bombings & Saudi ‘person of interest’: Query to Saudi Embassy, White House Responds

Following is our email exchange and the response I received from the White House Press Office in its entirety to my queries (available at the end) to the Saudi Embassy. .

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[11 Apr 2013 | 4 Comments | ]
Cyprus Looting & Socializing the Losses: The Global Bankers who redefined Theft into “Haircut”

Welcome to the subculture of the money changers; where verbal shorthand, slang, represents convoluted concepts that become policy that may affect you. It’s time you understood their language.

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[8 Apr 2013 | 2 Comments | ]
Unmasking the Bankers behind the Cyprus Confiscation (Bail-In) Model

Allow me to introduce you to the shadowy banking cartels behind the scenes that made the Cyprus confiscation, bail-in model possible. Did you know it is considered “socializing the losses?”

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[1 Apr 2013 | 5 Comments | ]

Petraeus is getting off easy. Sex has a provided him with cover that conceals his real record worthy of apology, explanation, and contrition; a record no number of shiny medals can camouflage that has hurt America’s national security while destroying and continuing to destroy military families.

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[1 Apr 2013 | 5 Comments | ]
Could U.S. and U.K. become the next Cyprus? Yes. Update … Canada confirms

While you were sleeping, leaders of the so-called “free world” have been actively transforming their financial systems and now it appears that everybody’s bank account is fair game. Could the United States and the United Kingdom become the next Cyprus where private bank deposits are seized to recapitalize failed banks? According to a report written by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) and the Bank of England called: “Resolving Globally Active, Systemically Important, Financial Institutions,” the answer is yes.

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[28 Jan 2013 | No Comment | ]

We still do not know what Ambassador Christopher Stevens was doing in Benghazi or what his meeting with Turkish Consul General Ali Sait Akin was about. We still do not know what time his body was recovered or how he died. We still do not know who issued the stand down orders declining to help Americans under attack.

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[22 Jan 2013 | 10 Comments | ]

“With respect to Item 1, in accordance with section 3.6(a) of Executive Order 13526, the CIA can neither confirm nor deny the existence or nonexistence of records responsive to your request.

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[8 Jan 2013 | 3 Comments | ]

Cover-up Step 3: Now that the old villain has been removed, introduce new villains (repeat several times so the public will remember only this soundbite). In the Benghazi case it is now Congress, and the lack of funding who is to blame.

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[20 Dec 2012 | 5 Comments | ]

“The Board found that Ambassador Stevens made the decision to travel to Benghazi independently of Washington, per standard practice. Timing for his trip was driven in part by commitments in Tripoli, as well as a staffing gap between principal officers in Benghazi. Plans for the Ambassador’s trip provided for minimal close protection security support and were not shared thoroughly with the Embassy’s country team, who were not fully aware of planned movements off compound. The Ambassador did not see a direct threat of an attack of this nature … His status as the leading U.S. government advocate on Libya policy, and his expertise on Benghazi in particular, caused Washington to give unusual deference to his judgments.”