Peter Levenda | Secret Space Program

Finally!  Peter Levenda rounds up everything the dark side has done in the 1900’s and ties it all up to a carpet that he lifts to unveil the crazy hidden history of the infamous Nazi Ufo scientists.  Watch this if you wonder about interlinkage between SS, CIA, WW2 spies, vatican, OTO, NASA, the Kennedy assassination, South Americas etc, etc.  This is one of the best presentations I have ever seen on the subject for real!

Change is on the Horizon

Change is on the Horizon is the epic story of how the world lost its soul and how it will gain it back. Directed and narrated by James Rink.

Part 1 Dawn of the Golden Age – Discuses how Saint Germain helped bring about the beginnings of a enlightened era which soon fell into darkness under the helms of the Illuminati and a corrupted masonic order.

Part 2 – The American Federal Empire. America was always meant to be always a shinning beacon of freedom and prosperity to the world. But the machinations of British bankers and the Rothschild’s soon destroyed all that was once good in this great land.

Part 3 – The Farmer Claim Program – Discuses how a class action lawsuit brought about in the early 1990’s lead to the creation of NESARA, the National Economic Security and Reformation Act which will ultimately tear apart the New World Order and bankers plans right out from under their feet.

Bill Cooper – The CNN Interview

All parts

Top spy story (from rettznorge)

NYT: Inquiry Finds U.S. Official Set Up Spy Ring in Asia By MARK MAZZETTI Published: October 28, 2010 WASHINGTON — A senior Pentagon official broke Defense Department rules and “deliberately misled” senior generals when he set up a network of private contractors to spy in Afghanistan and Pakistan beginning last year, according to the results of an internal government investigation. One of the companies used a group of American, Afghan and Pakistani agents overseen by Duane Clarridge, a Central Intelligence Agency veteran best known for his role in the Iran-contra scandal. Mr. Clarridge declined to be interviewed.

Officials said that the contractors delivered their intelligence reports via “Hushmail,” an encrypted e-mail service, to an “information operations fusion cell” at a military base at Kabul International Airport. There, the reports were put into classified military computer networks and used either for future military operations or intelligence reports.

The contractors continued their work for weeks after Mr. Gates ordered the investigation, sending dozens of reports to the fusion center. The Pentagon finally let the contract lapse at the end of May.…

UniversalNewsreels | 14. sep 2006

1) Col. Rudolf Abel is returned to Brooklyn for arraignment, faces charges, after 9 years of spying

Lockheed U-2
Shot down on 01 May 1960, Powers was held in prison for two years until 1962, when he was exchanged for Soviet Col. Rudolf Abel in the most dramatic East-West spy swap ever to occur in Cold War Berlin. Powers stepped on to the eastern end of the Berlin’s Glienicke Bridge spanning the River Havel on February 10 in 1962. At the other end of the bridge, stood Colonel Rudolf Abel, a heavily muffled Soviet master-spy, seized earlier by US security agents after setting up a red spy network in New York in the late 1950s. At a precisely arranged signal, the two men strode on to the bridge, marching purposefully towards one another, Powers heading westward, Abel eastwards. In the middle of the bridge they passed each other silently, with barely a nod of their heads. That spy-swap operation was to be the forerunner of many such East-West prisoner exchanges to take place on the Glienicke Bridge over the next 27 years in Berlin.


Zardari may ink Pak-Russia anti-drug accord

Newssite “The Nation” writes this:

ISLAMABAD – President Asif Ali Zardari is likely to sign much delayed anti-drug trafficking agreement during his upcoming visit to Russia despite Afghan President Hamid Karzai’s strong opposition.

Informed official insiders confided to TheNation that the much awaited agreement, which was scheduled to be signed between Pakistan and Russia last year, was expected to be given final nod by President Zardari during his tour to Russia starting from August 18. Zardari would be leaving for Russia to attend a quadrilateral regional conference that would be participated by Pakistan, Afghanistan, Russia and Tajikistan.
It is also learnt that Afghan authorities would ‘try their best’ on the occasion of quadrilateral conference to stop Pakistan from signing the agreement. The desperate Afghan camp is reportedly exerting all-out pressure on Pakistani side to refrain the latter from validating the same accord. There are also reports that succumbing to the pressure exerted by Afghan President, President Zardari might develop a ‘soft corner’ towards Karzai’s demand and the fate of the bilateral agreement may linger on further.
As reported in TheNation on a prior occasion, the agreement, if signed, would be a major breakthrough towards anti-drug trafficking measures in the region. In addition, the signing of the agreement aims at breaking the regional nexus of the drug smugglers that is patronised by Afghan President Hamid Karzai’s brother Ahmed Ali Wazir. The latter reportedly runs drugs trading empire and underworld racket in Southern Afghanistan. Wazir is also believed to fund major part of Hamid Karzai’s businesses and corporate enterprise. In case the efforts of Pakistan and Russia succeed to curtail drug trafficking in the region, the move would serve as an ‘irreparable loss’ to Hamid Karzai, his brother, and their cronies in Pakistan’s Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. A sitting Member Provincial Assembly (MPA), KP, has been recently booked over drugs smuggling charges.

The Pakistani officials, in order to oblige their Afghan counterparts, kept delaying the finalisation of the terms of the agreement on one pretext or the other citing legal lacunae like the requirement of ratification of the particular accord by Pakistani Parliament.
TheNation contacted Tariq Khosa, Secretary, Ministry of Narcotics Control, on Tuesday evening but he refused to speak and dropped the call. Colonel Nadeem, Spokesperson, Anti-Narcotics Force (ANF), a division of Ministry of Narcotics Control, is not in knowledge of the issue.
It asks for a recall that this newspaper first brought the issue to light when it reported on the last June 14 that the prolonged delay in the signing of an anti-drug trafficking agreement was frustrating Pakistan and Russia’s effort to materialise anti-narcotics measures. It was also reported that illegal drug trade over $ 8 billion annually took place between Afghanistan, Iran, Pakistan, Russia and other neighbouring states that exceeded annual fiscal budgets of several less developed states.

Who supplies all the chemicals needed to make heroin to Afghanistan…

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Ny BOK: Human Rising

Roar Mikalsen er ute med sin andre bok som tar et oppgjør med politikk, lovgivning og selvmotsigelser i rettssytemet i Norge og verden.

Last den ned her:  Human Rising – Roar Mikalsen – 2010 (12.1MB PDF)

I internasjonal sammenheng er Norge en kjent fredsnasjon: Vi utgir årlig Nobels fredspris og vi liker å ta initiativ til fredsforhandlinger rundt om i verden. Det norske folk og våre politikere liker så klart å smykke seg med denne posisjonen.  Men vi har som nasjon allikevel et noe schizofrent forhold til oss selv, ettersom det er en viss avstand mellom hva borgerne av Norge tror er sannheten om oss selv, og hva som er realiteten.

For vi roser oss av vårt rykte som fredsstiftere og fordømmer villig åpenbare mangler ved rettssikkerheten i ”mindre fremstående” land enn vårt eget. Men våre tradisjoner og våre ambisjoner om å fremstå som fredsnasjon, henger i en tynn tråd om vi ser under fasaden vi liker å ta til inntekt for vår sak.  For én ting er at vi er verdens største våpeneksportører i forhold til folketall, og at vi villig vekk — og så godt som betingelsesløst — har gitt vår støtte til amerikanernes krig mot terror siden den startet i 2001 (vi støtter ikke bare denne kampanjen moralsk, men også med rundt 600 menn i aktiv tjeneste i Afghanistan).