Conspiracy Talk Archive June 17 2013

 

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17 Jun 2013 09:08:28
ireland is a free country my ass total lock down for the G8 an not one protest shown on the tv
red rrab

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No EU country is free

Ireland is carrying out the EU instructions the Nation State is being totally broken down

The national media cannot say a bad thing about Merkel or Obama

Shame such a lovely country being destroyed!

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Ireland has always been hammered, look at the so called potato famine, the English used Irelands crop for the troops in their overseas wars and the royal households, yes there was a blight problem, but not as big as we were told about, the English had troops guarding the crops and plan facts are this!
This was Genocide just like the Highland clearance but folk have short memorys eh?
Nothing has changed, it's just a little more slick these days.
Murp

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The saddest thing about the famine is that there really wasn't a famine. Another case of history being written by the winners. No other crops were affected, the blight was exclusive to the potato, and there would have been plenty of food to go around had most of it not been exported.

The population of Ireland was around 8.5 million when the so called famine started. When you consider England's population was about 16 million at the same time, it is not unreasonable to consider that the population of Ireland today would be in the region of 25 million, as opposed to about 6 million currently for the 32 counties.

So when you think about what is written on the Georgia Guidestones relating to reducing the world's population to 500 million, it doesn't seem either a new or far fetched idea when you look at it in the context of mid 19th century Ireland, and what is commonly known as the famine, but was really just the deliberate starvation of a nation.

Ryan.

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Agreed Murp, there was a blight, but the Brits created the famine. All sorts of grain and livestock were available to the indigenous people, but the settlers, landlords, and politicians decided they would ship this produce abroad.

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17 Jun 2013 00:35:27
Anyone else finding the words of the new leader of Iran a bit frightening?

He said that Iran should be looking forward to re-engaging with the West!

This just smells of old war techniques to me. The USA having predetermined figureheads ready and waiting to grab hold of the positions of power in the relevant countries.

It's happened again and again, all over the world. Usually with the corporation (USA) the successor after the pain and destruction.

Once the NWO get hold of Iran, I fear this will be the start of the war to end all wars (for our generation anyway).

It will end up the West against the East, and whoever the hangers-on choose. We will see technology used that we cannot comprehend, millions of deaths on an unprecedented scale. I for one am frightened, I watched the re-run of Putin on RT News earlier, and he doesn't give one iota what anyone thinks of him. He cut America down with words no other leader would dare speak.

I think with him, China, Korea, Iran, and any other NWO haters getting together. the s**t is going to hit the fan.

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Whats wrong with hating the NWO

Do you want to be a NWO slave?

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America does not intimadate Russia

Never has and never will

Should putin not be lauded for standing up to american tyranny?

Russia has a LONG standing contract to supply arms to Syria

Have the west got a contract to supply arms to the rebels in syria?

Since many of the rebels in Syria are non nationslas and just there to cause trouble should they even be in syria, of course not.

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17 Jun 2013 13:45:30
And what about when non nationals were crossing the Syrian border to attack british and american troops in iraq. Don't think they should have been there either do you? I know we shouldn't have been there either but Syria stirred the pot enough. And so did Russia. And given Putin's human rights record and suppression of the media he's a fine one to talk about tyranny.

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I didn't say it was wrong to hate the NWO. As for Putin speaking out against America and Britain, I say fair play to him, at least he has the balls to speak out. I was stating that because of his lack of fear of the USA and his friendliness of other anti-American countries, I can see a nasty war starting.

Not to be rude, but people who comment on a post should really read the thing properly before replying.

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I read your post mate!

You did not say it was wrong to hate the NWO

But you implied it was dangerous to do so read you own post again!

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And what about when non nationals were crossing the Syrian border to attack british and american troops in iraq. Don't think they should have been there either do you?

Whom exactly do you mean?

Russians, Syrians, Iranians, etc.

I willl presume Syrians, since america started the war, some in syria obviously felt a need to expand the war and bring other countries into conclict or possible conflict!


I know we shouldn't have been there either but Syria stirred the pot enough. And so did Russia.

Only after Syria was attacked first. You think a country should offer no defence and play along with aggressors?

Russia has done nothing with its military in Syria if it did there would be a lot more damage.


And given Putin's human rights record and suppression of the media he's a fine one to talk about tyranny.

So only the west has the moral highground?


You completed don't get the situation!

Why would russia stir the pot?
There was nothing to be gained for Russia in starting this war, if you think Russia started this war, pray tell why?

Russia has a contract to Supply Assad with arms like it or not and syria is an ally of Russia.

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I was talking about Iraq, like all the Syrian armed Jihadists crossing the Syrian border into Iraq.

With tacit Russian support probably.

How do we know the Russian military hasn't done anything in Syria? It took how many years to find out the true Russian involvement in the Korean war.

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A week before the elections I checked out the who was running for this elelction and guess what, the bilderberg guys were wanting Hassan Rowhani, so there you go.

Murp

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I was talking about Iraq, like all the Syrian armed Jihadists crossing the Syrian border into Iraq.

With tacit Russian support probably.

PROBABLY! that says it all! You like proof where is it?


How do we know the Russian military hasn't done anything in Syria?

Maybe they have on a small scale provided intelligence or some other thing.

However IF russia unleashed its weapons of mass drestruction in syria like "the god of war" missle launcher there would be much more damage done in Syria and very little rebels or anything much else would be left!


No one has capured on Camera the lastest Russian jets dropping bombs or seen Russian special forces engage in battle if this was happening Surely the americans would highlight it straight away!

Except for weaponary legally sold to Syria by Russia (and remember america is the biggest selling arms country in the world) there is no evidence of Russian involvement.


It took how many years to find out the true Russian involvement in the Korean war.

As it did to see the American involvement in the soviet/afghan war!

America and russia clearly don't like each other so that's a hole in the theory that Russia is a member of the NWO.

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