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Ottawa under attack: 'ISIS' assault on Canadian capital another false-flag terror event

Ottawa under attack: 'ISIS' assault on Canadian capital another false-flag terror event
In Ottawa today, in an event "unprecedented in Canada's history", someone shot dead - at point blank range - one of the two soldiers who stand guard at Canada's National War Memorial. From there the suspect(s) hijacked car(s) and made their way to Parliament Buildings, where they opened fire in close proximity to Canadian government ministers and legislators. Canada's capital city is currently on lockdown as thousands of personnel from...
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Modern-day Gladio: 'Terror' attack wave in Canada

Modern-day Gladio: 'Terror' attack wave in Canada
As warned, after multiple staged incidents used to ratchet up fear and paranoia in the build-up to US and its allies' military intervention in Syria and Iraq, at least two live attacks have now been carried out in Canada - precisely as they were predicted. The first attack involved a deadly hit-and-run that left one Canadian soldier dead. AP would report in its article, "Terrorist ideology blamed in Canada car attack," that: A young convert...
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Turmoil in Hong Kong, terrorism in Xinjiang: America's covert war on China

Turmoil in Hong Kong, terrorism in Xinjiang: America's covert war on China
China is facing increasing pressure along two fronts. In its western province of Xinjiang, terrorists have been stepping up destabilization and separatist activities. In China's southeast Special Administrative Region of Hong Kong, protests have disrupted normality in the dense urban streets, with protest leaders seeking to directly confront Beijing while dividing and destabilizing both Hong Kong society and attempting to "infect" the...
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Shocking! Mainstream Media Publishes the Truth: Vote all you want, the secret government won't change

Shocking! Mainstream Media Publishes the Truth: Vote all you want, the secret government won't change
The people we elect aren't the ones calling the shots, says Tufts University's Michael Glennon The voters who put Barack Obama in office expected some big changes. From the NSA's warrantless wiretapping to Guantanamo Bay to the Patriot Act, candidate Obama was a defender of civil liberties and privacy, promising a dramatically different approach from his predecessor. But six years into his administration, the Obama version of national...

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