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General Discussion / (9) Central Bank Warns Of Economic Collapse - YouTube
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YoNews Portal / Bill Lost His Memory
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Bill Lost His Memory

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By Benny Wills “Bill Lost His Memory” is a poem about political and spiritual awakening. Written and performed by Benny Wills of The Joy Camp....
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Secret Santa Couple Pays Of $10K In Layaway Toys Just Before Christmas

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Here is a wonderful feel-good story just in case your faith in humanity needs to be restored. Representatives for a Maine Toys R Us store say a husband and wife stopped in to pay off $10,000 in layaway orders for other families for the Christmas season.


WGME-TV reports the couple is local and desired to remain anonymous when making the payment at the South Portland store. Store manager Jay Roes says the money is enough to pay off the balance on about 100 layaway accounts. The gift will help make Christmas more affordable for dozens of families in the area.


The total layaway balance at the store remains around $25,000. “A nice couple, local, wants to be anonymous came in and wanted to pay off $10,000 in people’s layaways,” said store manager Jay Roes. “It’s a good feeling for my staff to be able to do that for people and it’s amazing that someone is that generous to take care of people that obviously might need a little help,” Roes said.


Customers who’ve been in so far to discover their layaway items were paid off are seeing their Christmas spirit soar. Roes said it’s the biggest layaway payoff he’s ever seen. “My cashier was able to let her know that she didn’t have a balance due and she could pick up her stuff. It took her a minute to understand what happened and she cried at the front of my store,” Roes said.


The secret Santa couple say they now want to match donations other people make toward the layaway accounts of strangers at Toys R Us.


What a fantastic way to celebrate the holiday season.


 


 

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Source: Secret Santa Couple Pays Of $10K In Layaway Toys Just Before Christmas
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Dem Rep Sheila Jackson Lee Hijacks Rosenstein Hearing To Ask If DOJ Will Pursue Trump For Sexual Harassment

Sheila Jackson Lee has to be the dumbest woman in Congress and that’s saying something. If they haven’t ‘had a hearing,’ it’s because the women never went to the police or fully pursued an action against Trump. That’s the choice of the accusers, not Trump. And perhaps there’s a reason why that’s true, since they’d […]
Source: Dem Rep Sheila Jackson Lee Hijacks Rosenstein Hearing To Ask If DOJ Will Pursue Trump For Sexual Harassment

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100% PROOF That The FBI Is Working Against The President: High-Level FBI Agents Planned “Insurance Policy” Against The Possibility That Donald Trump Would Win The Election

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In yet another bombshell revelation that once again proves that the upper echelon of the FBI has actively worked against the elected president, noted anti-Trump FBI agent Peter Strzok and his mistress, FBI lawyer Lisa Page, have been caught sending thousands of text messages to each other including one in which they speak about an “insurance policy” against Donald Trump should he win the election.


The bizarre exchange between the two has many believing that they were either speaking about starting the sham Russian investigation or, even more sinister, discussing a deep state plan to assassinate Donald Trump.


“I want to believe the path you threw out for consideration in Andy’s office, that there’s no way he [Trump] gets elected but I’m afraid we can’t take that risk,” Strzok shockingly told Page in a text from August 15, 2016.


“It’s like an insurance policy in the unlikely event you die before you’re 40.”


Amazingly, the text message not only confirms that high-level FBI agents were working against Donald Trump the entire time, it also points to Deputy FBI Director Andy McCabe as yet another culprit in the long line of deep state operatives attempting to subvert American democracy.


Consider this. The entire mainstream media, with the help of Democratic operatives and deep state shills, has told the American people over and over again that the Russian investigation is a real and important development. Yet now we know that the man who literally started that investigation was doing so as an insurance policy against a man that he openly hated.


Of course Strzok was also the agent who cornered former national security adviser Michael Flynn in the White House, under false pretenses, to conduct an interview that would eventually lead to Flynn being charged with one count of lying to the FBI.


As I recently reported, “Two un-elected FBI agents, including the now infamous Clinton supporter and supervisory special agent Peter Strzok, tricked their way into the White House to grill the national security adviser who had just been put into power by the man ELECTED by the American people.”


“I cannot stress this enough. Clinton operatives infiltrated the White House and specifically sought out Michael Flynn to take him out over his political opinions! This is flat out, hardcore, banana republic type corruption that if continued would almost certainly lead to the end of American democracy as we know it.”


Not only did Strzok conduct the interview against Flynn, he also helped his preferred candidate get off the hook while ignoring direct lies by her top aides.


As Infowars also noted, “Strzok played a significant role not only in Mueller’s Russian probe, but also in Hillary Clinton’s email investigation when he changed the wording of Clinton’s crime from “grossly negligent” to “extremely careless.”


“He also conducted the interview with Clinton and her top aides Huma Abedin and Cheryl Mills, who it was later revealed lied to the FBI about when they learned about Clinton’s secret server.”


This so-called “insurance policy” spoken about by two FBI agents with a documented anti-Trump bias must be immediately investigated. At this point it is strikingly obvious that high-level Clinton operatives within the FBI literally started the Russian sham investigation to take out a man that they despised.


This is hardcore corruption at its finest.

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Source: 100% PROOF That The FBI Is Working Against The President: High-Level FBI Agents Planned “Insurance Policy” Against The Possibility That Donald Trump Would Win The Election
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YoNews Portal / All 50 states have seen snow two weeks ahead of Christmas
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All 50 states have seen snow two weeks ahead of Christmas

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Andrew Coyne: Fighter jet mess reeks of politics, deceit and cowboy economics

Let me see if I have this straight. In order to meet an urgent “capability gap” with regard to its aging fleet of fighter jets, the federal government is kicking the competition to produce a replacement jet that it promised two years ago another year into the future. A winner will be chosen no sooner than 2022, five years from now, or a dozen years after the winner of the previous competition was declared. The planes will be delivered in 2025.


In the meantime, as an interim measure, it will upgrade its current fleet of 30-year-old CF-18 Hornets with 18 virtually identical second-hand Australian F-18 Hornets of the same age. This follows its decision to cancel a previous agreement to buy the same number of new F-18 Super Hornets from Boeing, in retaliation for Boeing’s invocation of U.S. trade remedy laws against Canada’s subsidies to Bombardier. The earliest the interim planes will be in the air is the “early 2020s,” leaving perhaps two years before they are mothballed.


Boeing likewise faces effective exclusion from the competition for a long-term replacement for the CF-18s owing to proposed new rules against procuring military equipment from companies who do “economic harm” to Canada. Not excluded from the competition: Lockheed Martin’s F-35, the plane that was first chosen in 2010, but which the incoming Liberal government had promised it would not choose, in the same platform in which it promised to immediately launch an “open and transparent competition.”


The F-35, by the way, is the plane that Australia has chosen to replace its aging F-18s: the one it is now selling to us. It may well be the plane that Canada eventually chooses to replace, er, itself. But that’s not until after the next election, so it hardly counts.


Everything about this whole sorry mess reeks of politics, deceit and cowboy economics — or in other words, procurement as usual. The “capability gap” suffers from a pronounced credibility gap: virtually no independent expert agrees it exists, defined as it is by a standard of military readiness — the ability to meet both our NORAD and our NATO commitments, simultaneously, in full — that has never been asked of us and is unlikely ever to be.


The cancelling of the Boeing purchase, likewise, while an obvious money-saver — used jets are cheaper — is unprecedented in subordinating the needs of national defence to the prosecution of a private trade dispute. As an attempt at blackmail it is also spectacularly unwise: there is no indication Boeing has any intention of withdrawing its suit, and in any case Canada has an interest, as the smaller party in any dispute with the United States, in maintaining a rules-based approach to its resolution.


But it is the proposed new rules governing military procurement that are the silliest part of this shemozzle. Procurement has long been disfigured by attempts to attach local content requirements, such as the notorious Industrial and Technological Benefits (ITBs), in an attempt to rope international arms manufacturers into the dubious project of propping up the Canadian defence sector.


Or rather, to pretend to. The burden of such disguised subsidies is almost certainly not borne by the contractors, who compete for capital on international markets and can ill afford to hand out freebies. Rather, it is priced into the contracts. As such, it is subject to the same criticism as any other industrial subsidy. The cost is borne not only by the taxpayer and/or the military, but by other sectors of the economy, from whom capital and labour are thereby diverted.


 

Now the government proposes attaching still another non-military condition to future military purchases, starting with the $19-billion fighter jet contract. The details have yet to be revealed — or, it would seem, written down — but apparently it would involve some sort of test of every competing bidder’s “overall impact on Canada’s economic interests,” assessing their “economic behaviour” in the years prior to the contract being awarded. “Bidders responsible for harming Canada’s economic interests,” the government warns, will be at a “distinct disadvantage.”


The best word for this, other than petulant, is eccentric. No one knows how any of these terms would be defined, still less how this novel approach would square with Canada’s obligations under international trade law. Which types of “behaviour” would be assessed? What sorts of “harm” would count? The prospect is for still further delays and still higher costs as these highly subjective judgments are worked out, with still greater uncertainty the result.


Is Boeing, a major employer in Manitoba, really doing “harm” to Canada by defending itself against alleged unfair trade practices on the part of Bombardier, a major employer in Quebec? A strong argument could be made to the contrary: that by calling out the federal government’s decades-long history of favouring Bombardier, to the tune of billions of public dollars, Boeing is doing Canada an enormous service.


The government may pretend that the economic interests of the country are synonymous with Bombardier’s. But that’s no reason the rest of us have to.


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Correction: In a recent column, I said the first three of 15 frigates to be supplied to the Royal Canadian Navy under a proposal put forward by an Italian-French consortium would be built in Europe, with the rest constructed by Irving Shipbuilding in Halifax. That was part of an earlier plan proposed in 2016 by the Italian partner, Fincantieri; it is not part of the current proposal.


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Source: Andrew Coyne: Fighter jet mess reeks of politics, deceit and cowboy economics

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YoNews Portal / Media humiliated
« Last post by YoNews on Yesterday at 10:20:04 PM »
Media humiliated

Trust in the mainstream media is at an all-time low. But no one should be surprised and the media has itself to blame. This sad state of affairs is a self-inflicted wound and actually a conscious business model. The media no longer has an interest in reporting news – media today propagates ideology.


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YoNews Portal / CARTOON | OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE
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CARTOON | OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE

Nicely done...


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Today's News / Israel Puts Gaza Border on Lockdown Over Security Concerns
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Israel Puts Gaza Border on Lockdown Over Security Concerns

Israel will close two border crossings with the Gaza Strip on Thursday over security concerns, the Israeli military said Wednesday.
Source: Israel Puts Gaza Border on Lockdown Over Security Concerns

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