WIKILEAKS: Hillary Took Algeria Off Terror Watch List After Donation to Clinton Foundation


A new Wikileaks document reveals Hillary took Algeria off the US terror watch list after they made a hefty donation to the Clinton Foundation’s Haiti relief project.

How is that legal?

The Clinton camp was discussing Joe Scarborough’s discussion on the Algerian donations to the Clinton Foundation. The Clinton advisors defended the move in the email saying it’s “legal gray area.”

Via MicroSpookyLeaks:



Data dump turns up document literally referring to group as “the shadow government” – OCTOBER 22, 2016

Alex reveals the shadowy characters that are working behind the scenes to destroy our democracy and very way of life.


LOL Isn’t Soros already the “Shadow President”???

George Soros is a SCUMBAG that needs to be charged as a TERRORIST…..
Cole's World

Soros will be running the country if Hillary is elected..
Titus Tiger

George Soros and Hillary are the biggest threat to the world!!!

Soros wishes he was “shadow president”. Once we get Trump into office, Soros will hopefully be swinging from a noose
Priestess Anastasia....

America please wake up!


10 – 5, the group of voters said the debate helped them decide to vote for Donald Trump

Carmine Sabia | BizPac ReviewOCTOBER 22, 2016

CNN conducted a focus group with undecided voters after the third presidential debate, and the results likely came as a total surprise to then network’s liberal “journalists.”

While several of its pundits wrote recaps that roundly declared Hillary Clinton the winner, the voters had something else to say about it.

By a score of 10 – 5 the group of voters said the debate helped them decide to vote for Donald Trump, while six voters remained undecided.


Zika found to change human cells – report

Everything we know about Zika fever may change due to a discovery from the University of California, San Diego’s School of Medicine. The disease only recently became public knowledge and has been the subject of a significant amount of scientific study.

One alarming aspect of the Zika virus is the insidious way it can damage neurological and immunological functions and also cause developmental defects in newborn infants, such as microcephaly. But a recent study from UC San Diego could help scientists develop drugs to lower the risk of birth defects in pregnant women who become infected.

Researchers found that the disease actually changes a part of human genetic material to “hide in plain sight,” Tariq Rana, the lead author of the study and a professor of pediatrics at UC San Diego, told USA Today. In a study published in the journal Cell host & Microbe, Rana and her fellow researchers explain that Zika may cause birth defects when it enters a human cell.


Genetic material in human cells is made up of DNA and RNA, but Zika is only made up of RNA. So, when it enters a cell, the body tries to get rid of the infection by modifying viral RNA. As a result, human enzymes are activated, which could possibly impact the cell’s barriers.

The change of the RNA could be related to birth defects that are affiliated with Zika. While the study may not help develop a vaccine any time soon, it could help scientists develop drugs that tackle the way Zika targets and modifies cells.

In addition, Seattle’s Infectious Disease Research Institute received a two-year grant for $491,000 to create an RNA-based vaccine, the Seattle Times reported. Scientists at the Infectious Disease Research Institute (IDRI) are looking to use the genetic information from the virus to create a stronger immune response.

“It’s a way of hijacking the virus’ own machinery to express proteins to make a safe and effective vaccine,” Dan Stinchcomb, the institute’s senior vice president for vaccine development viral disease programs, told the Times.

Washington’s game of good terrorists vs bad terrorists

by John Wight

When you reach the stage of making a distinction between good terrorists and bad terrorists, not only are you defending the indefensible, you are engaged in the ugly business of sowing dragon’s teeth.

Jahbat Al-Nusra, which recently changed its name to Jabhat Fatah al-Sham, is a terrorist organization dripping in the blood of men, women, and children – people it has butchered across Syria over the past five years for the crime of praying to a different God than them, or else the same God in a different way. Such an organization, you would automatically think, has no place in this world, with its eradication a priority for all right-thinking humanity. Not so when it comes to Washington.

During a press briefing in Washington on October 20, US State Department spokesman, John Kirby, was asked by a reporter, “Is the US fighting al-Nusrah [sic] in Syria at this time?” Kirby replied, Our efforts militarily in Syria, as I said today, is against ISIS, against Daesh.

Kirby also said, “The only thing that stands between where we are now and a permanent and enduring ceasefire in Syria is Bashar al-Assad and his supporters,” Kirby said. “We recognize Al-Nusra as a spoiler, we have concerns about co-mingling, I’ve talked about this ad nauseam.”


This is a startling admission of Washington’s duplicity when it comes to combatting terrorism. Because not only is the US refusing to target Al-Nusra, it is actively refusing to share intelligence with Russia to help Russian forces target the Al-Qaeda affiliate either. Moreover, Washington has been doing its utmost to inhibit and impede the military operation that is currently being conducted against Al-Nusra in Aleppo by Russian and Syrian forces. As for those so-called moderate rebels we are constantly regaled with – you know, the nice guys who behead people with knives and swords made out of candy floss – there have been zero attempts to separate them from Al-Nusra in eastern Aleppo by the Americans or their regional allies, despite repeated requests from Russia for them to do so.

Considering the scale of the human suffering being endured in Aleppo – and here it is notable that upon halting the military operation to liberate the city in order to allow more civilians safe passage out of harm’s way, along with the opportunity for rebels to leave the city, Syrian and Russian personnel involved in assisting the process have come under fire – Washington’s role in prolonging the conflict has now been laid bare for all to see. For, in truth, the unprecedented anti-Russian propaganda campaign has less to do with concern over the suffering of the people of eastern Aleppo, and more to do with the fact that the military operation being conducted by Russian and Syrian forces is moving ever closer to liberating them.

Russia’s foreign minister, Sergey Lavrov, said: “Both Al-Nusra Front and Ahrar ash-Sham, along with other organizations cooperating with them, are ultimately sabotaging UN efforts to restore the delivery of humanitarian assistance to eastern Aleppo, [carried out] with [Russia’s] support and the support of the Syrian government.” He went on to say, “[They] explicitly shell those routes through which such humanitarian aid can be delivered.”

Aleppo is key to the outcome of the wider conflict, as Washington knows, and, given that its overriding objective is the overthrow of the Assad government, its strategy towards the fighting in Aleppo becomes clear.


Just ponder this a moment: while Russian and Syrian forces have been engaged in a military operation to crush Al-Nusra in eastern Aleppo with the objective of liberating its people, Washington and its allies have been actively obstructing their efforts to do so; instead focusing their energy on peddling unfounded accusations that Russian and Syrian forces have been deliberately and willfully targeting civilians. It has been contemptuous to behold.

The conflict in Syria, it bears repeating, has never been about democracy in the eyes of Washington. Instead, it is about domination, about reshaping the region according to strategic objectives that pre-date the conflict. The Assad government had long been considered a key obstacle in this regard. A classified US diplomatic cable from 2006, released by WikiLeaks, leaves no doubt of US plans to destabilize the Syrian government. From the then US ambassador to Syria, the cable reads in part, “…there are some long-standing vulnerabilities and looming issues that may provide opportunities to up the pressure on Bashar and his inner circle.” It goes on, “Actions that cause Bashar to lose balance and increase his insecurity are in our interest because his inexperience and his regime’s extremely small decision-making circle make him prone to diplomatic stumbles that can weaken him domestically and regionally.”

The conclusion of the analysis contained in the cable is particularly interesting. “The bottom line is that Bashar is entering the new year in a stronger position than he has been in several years, but those strengths also carry with them (or sometimes mask) vulnerabilities.  If we are ready to capitalize, they will offer us opportunities to disrupt his decision-making, keep him off-balance, and make him pay a premium for his mistakes.”

Al-Nusra is an offshoot of ISIS [Islamic state, formerly ISIL] in Syria. It is an organization that shares Washington’s objective of overthrowing the Syrian government, led by Bashar al-Assad. However, Nusra is also committed to the eradication of Syria’s Christian, Shiite, Druze, Alawite, and other minority communities. In other words, its aims and objectives are nothing short of genocidal, which is where the locus of support for those fighting to defeat this group, along with the so-called moderates fighting alongside Al-Nusra and ISIS, resides. It is why, at this point, the survival of the Assad government is indistinguishable from the survival of Syria as a secular, non-sectarian state.

It is to Washington’s eternal shame that it refuses to acknowledge this fact and act accordingly.

Most Americans want Hillary indicted for email scandal – poll

Over half of American voters surveyed in a recent poll disagree with the FBI’s decision not to prosecute Hillary Clinton over her emails scandal.

A survey of 1,000 likely voters was conducted on October 18 and 19 by the polling company Rasmussen Reports. Voters were asked whether they agreed with the FBI’s decision not to file criminal charges against Hillary Clinton, despite acknowledging that she had been reckless and potentially exposed classified information to hostile countries. The results were released on Friday.

Out of the voters surveyed, 65 percent broadly agreed that Clinton had broken the law by storing confidential emails on her private server, but only 53 percent believe the FBI should have filed charges, while 39 percent agreed with the decision not to. When split between Republican and Democratic voters, the survey found that 85 percent of Clinton supporters stood by the FBI’s decision not to prosecute.

However, 92 percent of Donald Trump supporters disagreed, mirroring the opinion of their candidate, who has been vocal in criticizing Clinton for deleting 30,000 of her emails rather than handing them over to the FBI. At one point, he even promised his rival that she “would be in jail.”

“If I win,” Trump said at the presidential debate held on October 9, “I am going to instruct my attorney general to get a special prosecutor to look into your situation.”
When asked if the emails scandal was important to their vote, 70 percent of survey respondents replied that it was, out of which 49 percent said that it was very important. Only 27 percent said the issue was not important to them at all.


According to the latest data from Rasmussen Reports, Donald Trump is slightly ahead with a 43 to 41 percent margin over Hillary Clinton. However, other polls have put Hillary in the lead.

A Reuters/Ipsos poll conducted from October 14 to 20 gave Hillary 44 percent support, versus 40 for Trump. Rasmussen has been criticized for overestimating the popularity of Republican candidates in the 2010 and 2012 mid-term and presidential elections, and been accused of showing bias towards the GOP.

The 2016 presidential campaign has been an eventful one. In recent weeks, Trump has lost some supporters over remarks of a sexual nature made back in 2005, but has fired back with claims that the election system is “rigged.” If Hillary wins, some 70 percent of Republican voters believe it will be because the election was rigging by Democrats, according to the results of a Reuters poll released on Friday.

Meanwhile, the Obama administration has accused the Russian government of attempting to tamper with the Democratic campaign, a charge Moscow strongly denies.

‘Slaughter Donald for Putin bromance’: #Podesta15 emails reveal ISIS strategy diversion for Clinton


Newly leaked emails show that Hillary Clinton’s campaign team was advised to link Russian President Vladimir Putin with Donald Trump in an apparent bid to distract voters from Clinton’s strategy on Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL).

The exchange of emails between Clinton campaign chair John Podesta and Clinton ally and columnist Brent Budowski was among the batch of around 1,000 emails from Podesta’s account released by WikiLeaks on Saturday.

In a December 21, 2015 email, Budowski slates Clinton’s position on fighting ISIS before advising Podesta to draw Putin into her attacks on US presidential election rival Trump.


Budowski’s email follows a discussion with Podesta on how to best position the former secretary of state on the issue of tackling ISIS.

Budowski warns that Clinton is not coming down strongly enough on fighting ISIS and that her support for President Barack Obama’s approach is a potential “death ray to her candidacy in a general election.”

“Walk back and escape from her statement that ‘finally we are where we need to be’ against ISIS. We are not where we need to be, we are far from it, most voters do not believe it, and when the next terror attack comes in America – which it certainly will – she will be branded in hot iron with that statement,” Budowski warns.

“She will never state what I believe we need to do – at least 20,000 ground troops with 3,000 American and at least 10,000 from Sunni Muslim nations – because she is consumed with keeping Obama’s goodwill and afraid of liberal backlash.”

Podesta counters: “Her reference was not to ISIS but to going after Assad diplomatically because of UNSC resolution passed Friday. We will make that clear. She has given two major speeches about how we are NOT where we need to be on ISIS.”

“That’s good, sooner it’s clarified the better, and the stronger the better,” Budowski replies, later adding: “Best approach is to slaughter Donald for his bromance with Putin, but not go too far betting on Putin re Syria.”


Throughout the campaign, the Clinton camp has repeatedly accused Russia of meddling in the US presidential election through its alleged involvement in hacks and leaks, despite the lack of evidence to support this position.

READ MORE:’Clinton campaign blames Russian hackers as Assange promises more leaks’

Members of her team have also openly accused RT of involvement in the Podesta email hack due to its swift reporting on the WikiLeaks email releases, which have been shared publicly by the website around the same time every day over the past fortnight.

On July 22, 2016, WikiLeaks released over 19,000 emails and some 8,000 attachments from the US Democratic National Committee (DNC), which formed part one of what the whistleblowing site called the “Hillary Leaks” series.

The release prompted accusations of Russian involvement in the hack from Clinton herself.

“We know that Russian intelligence services hacked into the DNC and we know that they arranged for a lot of those emails to be released and we know that Donald Trump has shown a very troubling willingness to back up Putin, to support Putin,”Clinton told Fox News.

Meanwhile Clinton’s running mate, Tim Kaine, also associated both Trump and Russia with the DNC hack during an ABC News interview in September: “He has openly encouraged Russia to engage in cyber hacking to try to find more emails or materials, and we know that this cyberattack on the DNC was likely done by Russia.”