We shared a JUNTA VIDEO that did a great job describing the proliferation of military juntas around the global followed by those military weapon caches. Since it is the global 1% OLD WORLD KINGS AND QUEENS behind all that EISENHOWER ACT GLOBAL MITRE CORPORATION expanding military complex-------then as CLINTON/BUSH/OBAMA take our US sovereign nation to being a colonial tribute state these few decades----so too, now does those American colonial FOREIGN ECONOMIC ZONES become targeted for these same military junta civil unrest civil war structures---
MOVING FORWARD TODAY INSIDE EACH US FOREIGN ECONOMIC ZONE.
'Stephen Kinzer: America’s slow-motion military coup - The ...
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Again, REAL left social progressives distinguish between our PUBLIC US MILITARY RANK AND FILE-----and what has been made a global private mercenary military corporation these few decades. It is these former special operations soldiers once PUBLIC US military for decade or two working for global military corporations who are those political candidates running and winning US elections.
THE US HAS NEVER OPENLY ALLOWED COVERT AGENTS AS US POLITICAL OFFICIALS.
All of these global private mercenary corporations were built during CLINTON/BUSH/OBAMA----yet it is TRUMP being blamed for creating a military junta.
10 Frightening Facts About Private Military Companies
Pauli Poisuo January 7, 2014
Private military companies are essentially armies that are controlled by no one but their shareholders and whoever pays them the most. They’re not about to go anywhere, either—on the contrary, as capitalism marches on, there are more and more of these private armies running around the globe.
Let’s take a look at what they do.
10 Discount Soldiers
The thing about private military companies is that (like any other company) they can come from literally anywhere. Defion Internacional, for instance, hails from Peru, South America. This may not seem like the most obvious place for a frightening private army—that is, until you realize that Peru suffered a 20-year internal conflict that ended as recently as 2000 and is still trying to pick up the pieces.
The country is full of men who grew up in a state of constant conflict, and are now struggling to support their families in a poor economy. As such, Defion Internacional has been able to hire their personnel with as little as US$1000 per month. Of course, these men think it is a fairly good salary for them, as typical monthly wages in Peru (if they manage to get work) is only around $200 a month.
Defion Internacional specializes in dangerous security assignments in the Middle East, but also has other lines of business such as food and medical services, English teaching, and (most frighteningly) insurance. The company has been given missions in Iraq by the US Department of State, meaning that these underpaid Peruvians have actually worked with the US Military. They have also worked for a larger US private military company called Triple Canopy Inc., although these days the latter prefers to do their own hiring in Peru. Hey, speaking of Triple Canopy . . .
9 A Private Army Guards US Officials Abroad
Triple Canopy, like Defion Internacional, is known to employ discount South American soldiers. However, that’s just a small fraction of their business. Founded by ex-members of the US Army Special Forces, Triple Canopy is a mercenary force that works mainly for the US government in Iraq. Their employees include former Navy SEALs, Rangers, Special Operations personnel and police officers.
Although it specializes in security and escort operations, Triple Canopy has been responsible for some of the toughest missions a mercenary company can undertake. After Saddam Hussein’s fall, the company found employment in Iraq, guarding and escorting US officials and performing other high-risk duties. As a company that works closely with the military, some have dubbed them the “other army” of the United States.
8 Rise Of The German Mercenaries
For years, Germans (who for obvious reasons have tried to lead a conflict-free life since World War II) scoffed at the American private militaries that were causing trouble all over the world’s conflict zones. In 2007, they received some troubling news of their own: A former German officer called Thomas Kaltegärtner had founded a mercenary company of his own.
Kaltegärtner’s company, Asgaard German, then went on to cause further gray hairs to German politicians by signing a deal to provide security services for Galadid Abdinur Ahmad Darman, the President of Somalia. Apparently, their mission is no less than restoring security in the war-ravaged area.
This may not sound like such a bad thing, except for one thing: Darman happens to be a self-appointed president—one of many Somali warlords who’ve claimed that title and refuse to recognize the authority of the official, United Nations-appointed transition government of the country. One can only imagine what “security services” for such a person might entail, and how he is planning to “restore peace in the area.”
And now he has a bunch of highly trained German soldiers to help him.
7 Image Issues
These days, private military companies are very keen on maintaining a positive, professional reputation. After all, the Information Age has made sure that every single gaffe companies make eventually finds its way to the eyes of the world. A prime example of this new, shiny veneer is Sandline International, the now-defunct British company closely associated with Aegis Defence, whose mercenaries saw action in war-torn Sierra Leone and Papua New Guinea, among other places.
Sandline had an advisor and public spokesman called Michael Grunberg, who smilingly fed the media the same kind of corporate buzzword talk that a tech company CEO might sprout: According to Grunberg, his company and its horde of privately paid soldiers are “established entities, have established sets of principles and employ professional people.” Sandline also handled bad publicity just as awkwardly as any other company: For instance, when a book that criticized the company came out (Mercenaries: An African Security Dilemma) they responded by publishing a massive list of flaws in the writing, nitpicking the book’s details to death without really responding to any of the more serious accusations.
Academi is probably the most harmless-sounding name on this list, but don’t be fooled: The company is actually none other than the infamous Blackwater. The company’s history of atrocities runs so far and deep that there are entire websites solely dedicated to listing their various shady activities: For a while, they were even involved in a CIA death squad.”
THIS IS OF COURSE TRUMP'S DEVOS AND PRINCE------THAT MILITARY JUNTA
The name “Academi,” which has been in use since 2011, marks the second time the company has attempted to whitewash its name in five years. It’s first name change was to “XE Services,” which lasted only two years, until yet another “corporate restructuring” took place. So far, this strategy seems to work for them, as their new name is yet to be too tarnished. Then again, judging by the fact that they have already been forced to admit to at least 17 federal criminal charges and pay millions of dollars in fines, it seems like it’s just a matter of time before they have to come up with an even less threatening name. Though with their reputation at this point, there probably is no name that could soften their public image.
5 Executive Outcomes
In the other end of the sliding scale of terrifying private militaries, we have Executive Outcomes, known to their friends as EO (if they have any). This South African company has been sighted in most African war zones, where it is said to hold high influence. Executive Outcomes mercenaries have been seen in Sierra Leone, Angola, Uganda, Botswana, Zambia, Ethiopia, Namibia, Lesotho and, of course, South Africa. Although they officially state their only mission is bringing peace, they have been suspected of several shady activities ranging from Sierra Leone-based oil company shenanigans to diamond dealings with the jewel giant De Beers.
The company is notorious for targeting the client country’s mineral-rich regions, often regaining and securing control of gold, oil and diamond regions before paying attention to other matters. Some whisper they don’t always get around to returning these possessions to the country. Executive Outcomes is said to own gold mines in Uganda, oil drilling facilities in Ethiopia and a variety of other peacetime business ventures in the other countries it has fought for.
4 The Case Of Jamie Leigh Jones
In 2007, Jamie Leigh Jones, an employee of private military contractor Halliburton/KBR, claimed she was gang-raped by several of her co-workers. This traumatic experience was just the beginning of her struggles with the private military company. Her employer then decided to cover up the incident by locking her in a shipping container with no food or water for 24 hours. This was followed with a warning: They’d immediately fire her if she left Iraq to seek medical treatment.
Unsurprisingly, Jones sued. However, the court proceedings proved problematic. KBR’s employee contract stipulated that Jones’s claims be heard without jury, judge, public record, or transcripts, which made it extremely difficult to prove whether or not anything had happened. Finally, after 15 months of much-publicized fighting, Jones was allowed to take KBR to court. When the case finally came to trial in 2011, KBR wheeled out evidence that had been completely ignored by the media. Jones had a history of manipulation and lying and had wildly changed her story multiple times. One of these changes included the claim that her pectoral muscle had been torn and her chest had been injured to the point of disfigurement, but she “could not produce a single witness from Iraq” who could confirm that she’d even claimed to have a chest injury. In fact, her flight out of Iraq required her to put on a very heavy bulletproof jacket, which doctors pointed out would have been literally impossible with the specific injuries she claimed to have. She eventually lost the case, despite maintaining to the end that her story was true.
Although we may never find out for sure what exactly happened to Jones and how it was initially dealt with by the company, it did bring to light KBR’s unethical employment contract, which banned employees from pressing sexual assault charges in court. Since the incident, the US government passed an amendment to the Defense Appropriations bill, which prevented the government from dealing with companies who have that clause in their employment contracts, and so KBR was forced to change it.
3 Trophy Videos
In 2005, a “trophy video” featuring presumably Scottish or Irish men randomly shooting Iraqi civilians was uploaded on a site that was unofficially affiliated with Aegis Defence Services—a private military company that incidentally employs both Scots and Irishmen. The incident caused considerable outcry in news media all over the world, and sparked dialogue about the state of Iraqi defense. At that point, over 25,000 private security contractors were stationed in the country. They were widely hated and had a reputation for abusing and even killing civilians at the slightest provocation. None of them had ever been brought to law, because the local law enforcement had been specifically forbidden to prosecute them.
HERE IN US WE HAVE SEVERAL YEARS UNDER OBAMA OF JUST SUCH KILLING OF CIVILIANS AT THE SLIGHTEST PROVOCATION---MILITARIZED POLICING AND TRAINING.
Despite video footage, this case was not an exception. Upon carefully reviewing the available material, US Army’s Criminal Investigation Division eventually concluded that they are not going to press charges. Meanwhile, Aegis Defence is keeping its own internal investigations carefully under wraps. None of the incident’s investigative files have been released to the public.
2 The Founder, David Stirling
Although mercenary armies have been around more or less since war was invented, the creation of the modern private military company is usually attributed to Colonel David Stirling. Stirling was a Scottish Laird and a skillful military man to the very core: Even before he started dabbling in the mercenary business, he had created a little something called the SAS, which you may know as one of the most elite special force units in the world.
After Stirling left the army following World War II, he moved to Africa and founded Capricorn Africa, a society for promoting racial harmony. However, destiny had chosen another path for him. Before long, he was running Watchguard International Ltd., a commercial company that helped train security units for several Arab and African countries. Watchguard, established in the 1960s, is usually attributed as the first modern private military company.
DynCorp is one of the most powerful private military companies in the world, with most of its several-billion dollar revenue coming directly from the US government. Sadly, allegations have been made that the company’s code of conduct leaves something to be desired—to say the least.
In the late 1990s, two whistleblowers (independently from each other) came forward and alleged that DynCorp employees stationed in Bosnia were routinely abusing civilians. According to their accusations, DynCorp people engaged in sex with minors, and had even sold civilians to each other as slaves.
The company immediately reacted to the terrifying news . . . by firing both of the whistleblowers. One of them in particular, Kathryn Bolkovac, had already been facing severe difficulties before the firing: Despite the fact that she had uncovered a network of brothels and bars at which kidnapped women were forced to entertain peacekeepers, her attempts to report the issue through the chain of command were constantly sabotaged and people even threatened her life.
However, Kathryn persevered. She, along with the other whistleblower, took DynCorp to court. The company lost both cases, and the antics of its employees were revealed to the world so hard that Hollywood even made a major motion picture out of Bolkovac’s story.
+ Sharp End International
Despite living in a continent that is mainly made of deadly spiders (or maybe because of it), Australians have an uncanny ability to bring their own peculiar sense of humor in almost any situation. Private military business is no different: With its joking name that is in sharp contrast with its no-nonsense webpage, it’s no surprise that Sharp End International hails from Australia. Another clue is that they actually have a Facebook fan page.
Sharp End is a relatively tiny company, as private military hordes go. This is because it’s a highly specialized organization: A private military force that trains other military forces. Its special operatives are experts at providing training for government and corporate troops, which means that they actually show other private militaries how things are done. This makes them a potentially highly dangerous entity—luckily, they seem to have a fairly strict code of conduct and won’t train just anyone.
Argentina and Chile were the earliest LATIN AMERICAN nations to be taken by global banking 1% OLD WORLD KINGS AND QUEENS KNIGHTS OF MALTA TRIBE OF JUDAH. Without coincidence we discussed it was Argentina under PERONS embracing Hitler nazi leaders....Perons and Hitler working for same global 1% OLD WORLD KINGS AND QUEENS.
Let's look at today's US cities and think how covert global banking 5% freemason/Greek civil unrest civil war players embroiled all of South and Central America into decades of MILITARY JUNTA.
During CLINTON/BUSH/OBAMA global banking 1% identified that 5% freemason/Greeks to be ROBBER BARON pols and players sacking and looting our Federal, state, and local treasuries. In exchange for LYING, CHEATING, AND STEALING----those CLINTON/BUSH/OBAMA were given PATRONAGE as either CASH or bogus small businesses or NGOs while they pretended public policies were helping 99% of US LABOR AND JUSTICE.
What happens after the SACKING AND LOOTING stage is the morphing from ROBBER BARON period to those global banking 5% freemason/Greeks becoming CIVIL UNREST CIVIL WAR PLAYERS.
THIS IS EXACTLY WHAT HAPPENED FIRST INSIDE ARGENTINA/CHILE---THEN EXPORTED TO OTHER LATIN AMERICAN NATIONS.
'The exportation of the "Argentine" method to Central America
Argentina's military involvement in Central America began during the Nicaraguan Revolution between 1977 and 1979, when Argentina began supporting the Somoza family regime in Nicaragua in its fight against the Sandinista Front. Argentina supported the Somoza dictatorship until its overthrow by the Sandinistas in July 1979. In November 1979, before the 13th Conference of American Armies in Bogotá, Colombia, junta leader GeneralRoberto Eduardo Viola offered a proposition calling for a joint Latin American effort against, on his words, "leftist subversion", citing this as "the greatest military threat in the region". Pursuant with this plan (referred to as the "Viola Plan"), Argentina expanded its counterinsurgency and military assistance to El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras at the behest of the military leadership in those countries'.
All these MILITARY JUNTA LEADERS work for global banking----one side pretending to be MARXIST REBELS the other side being far-right wing authoritarian militia. Whether inside cities or in rural areas sovereign citizens in those targeted nations were first forced to try to save their lives---then they were impoverished and made fearful for their lives----then they were forced to chose a MILITARY JUNTA for which to work and support. None of those 99% of citizens WANTED TO DO THIS----they did it to survive.
All of these global banking 1% OLD WORLD KINGS AND QUEENS' civil unrest civil war were indeed tied to KNIGHTS OF MALTA---TRIBES OF JUDAH----finger-pointing going back and forth-----but the rank and file sovereign citizens forced into these military juntas were simple, honest citizens trying to have work and support families.
A Human Rights Breakthrough in Guatemala
A chance discovery of police archives may reveal the fate of tens of thousands of people who disappeared in Guatemala’s civil war
By Julian Smith
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Rusting cars are piled outside the gray building in a run-down section of Guatemala City. Inside, naked light bulbs reveal bare cinder-block walls, stained concrete floors, desks and filing cabinets. Above all there is the musty odor of decaying paper. Rooms brim with head-high heaps of papers, some bundled with plastic string, others mixed with books, photographs, videotapes and computer disks—all told, nearly five linear miles of documents.
This is the archive of the former Guatemalan National Police, implicated in the kidnapping, torture and murder of tens of thousands of people during the country’s 36-year civil war, which ended in 1996. For years human rights advocates and others have sought to hold police and government officials responsible for the atrocities, but very few perpetrators have been brought to trial because of a lack of hard evidence and a weak judicial system. Then, in July 2005, an explosion near the police compound prompted officials to inspect surrounding buildings looking for unexploded bombs left from the war. While investigating an abandoned munitions depot, they found it stuffed with police records.
Human rights investigators suspected that incriminating evidence was scattered throughout the piles, which included such minutiae as parking tickets and pay stubs. Some documents were stored in cabinets labeled “assassins,” “disappeared” and “special cases.” But searching the estimated 80 million pages of documents one by one would take at least 15 years, experts said, and virtually no one in Guatemala was equipped to take on the task of sizing up what the trove actually held.
That’s when investigators asked Benetech for help. Founded in 2000 in Palo Alto, California, with the slogan “Technology Serving Humanity,” the nonprofit organization has developed database software and statistical analysis techniques that have assisted activists from Sri Lanka to Sierra Leone. According to Patrick Ball, the organization’s chief scientist and director of its human rights program, the Guatemalan archives presented a unique challenge that was “longer-term, more scientifically complex and more politically sensitive” than anything the organization had done before.
From 1960 to 1996, Guatemala’s civil war pitted left-wing guerrilla groups supported by Communist countries, including Cuba, against a succession of conservative governments backed by the United States. A 1999 report by the United Nations-sponsored Guatemalan Commission for Historical Clarification—whose mandate was to investigate the numerous human rights violations perpetrated by both sides--estimated that 200,000 people were killed or disappeared. In rural areas, the military fought insurgents and indigenous Mayan communities who sometimes harbored them. In the cities, the National Police targeted academics and activists for kidnapping, torture and execution.
Although the army and the National Police were two separate entities, the distinction was largely superficial. Many police officers were former soldiers. One police official told the Commission for Historical Clarification that the National Police took orders from military intelligence and had a reputation for being “dirtier” than the army. The National Police was disbanded as a condition of the 1996 Guatemalan peace accords and replaced with the National Civilian Police.
The archive building is a very different place depending on which door one enters. One leads to the rooms filled with musty paper. Another opens on to the hum of fans and the clack of keyboards from workrooms and offices. Young workers in matching tan coats stride down brightly lit hallways, where row after row of metal shelves hold hundreds of neatly labeled file boxes.
Benetech’s first task was to get a sense of what the archive held. Guided by randomized computer instructions, workers withdrew sample documents: Take a paper from such and such a room, that stack, so many inches or feet deep. The more samples that are collected, the more accurately the researchers can estimate what the entire archive holds. Following this method, the investigators avoid charges from critics that they are selecting only incriminating documents.
In one room, three women in hairnets, gloves and painters’ breathing masks are bent over a table. One brushes a typewritten document yellowed with age. After each document is cleaned, it is digitally scanned and filed. The Guatemalan researchers place all the documents into storage. Some documents—the ones randomly selected by Benetech—will be entered into a database called Martus, from the Greek word for “witness.” Martus is offered free by Benetech online to human rights groups, and since 2003 more than 1,000 people from more than 60 countries have downloaded it from the group’s Web site (www.martus.org). To safeguard the information stored in Martus, the database is encrypted and backed up onto secure computer servers maintained by partner groups worldwide.
Working with an annual budget of $2 million donated by European countries, researchers and technicians have digitized eight million documents from the archive, and cleaned and organized another four million. Based on the evidence collected so far, there is “no doubt that the police participated in disappearances and assassinations,” says Carla Villagran, a former adviser to the Project to Recover the Historic Archives of the National Police. In some cases the information is explicit; in others, conclusions are based on what the documents don’t contain. For example, a name that disappears from an official list of prisoners might mean the person was executed.
As the details of daily reports and operational orders accumulate in the Martus database, a larger picture has emerged, allowing investigators to understand how the National Police functioned as an organization. “We’re asking, ‘What’s going on here?’” says Ball. Did the police get their orders directly from military intelligence or senior officials within the police force? Did mid-level officials give the orders without consulting superiors? Or did individual police officers commit these acts on their own initiative?
Ball insists that Benetech’s job is to “clarify history,” not to dictate policy. Guatemalan President Álvaro Colom showed his support with a visit to the archive last year. Still, “in this country, it has become dangerous to remember,” says Gustavo Meoño, director of the archive project. There has been at least one attempt to firebomb the archive. Not everyone is eager to dig up the recent past, especially police—some still serving on active duty—who could be implicated in crimes. But at the very least, the researchers hope to give closure to victims’ relatives and survivors. “If you have an official document that proves what you’ve been saying is true,” Villagran says, “it’s more difficult for anyone to say that you’re lying about what happened to you, your family and the ones you loved.” Villagran’s voice cracks as she tells how her husband was kidnapped and then disappeared during the war.
This past March, Sergio Morales, the Guatemalan government’s human rights ombudsman, released the first official report on the police archives project, “El Derecho a Saber” (“The Right to Know”). Though many human rights watchers had expected sweeping revelations, the 262-page report mostly just described the archive. Ball was among those disappointed, though he hopes a second report currently under development will include more details.
Yet the report did cite one specific case—that of Edgar Fernando García, a student who was shot in 1984, taken to a police hospital and never heard from again. (García’s widow is now a congresswoman.) Based on evidence recovered from the archive, two former members of a police unit linked to death squads were arrested, and arrest orders have been issued for two other suspects. It was an alarming precedent for those who still could be implicated: the day after the report’s release, Morales’ wife was kidnapped and tortured. “They are using violence to spread fear,” Morales told newspapers.
The question about what to do with future findings remains open. “Prosecutions are a great way of creating moral closure—I’ve participated in many,” says Ball. “But they aren’t what will change a country.” In his view, understanding how the National Police went bad and preventing it from happening again—“that’s real improvement.”
The work at the archive is expected to continue. Villagran hopes to have another 12 million documents digitized over the next five years. Meanwhile, the databases have been made available to Guatemalan citizens and human rights groups everywhere, says Ball. “Now it’s the world’s job to dig through the material and make sense of it.”
There is NO MYSTERY-----UNITED NATIONS is tied to international labor organization WORLD WORKERS who pretend to be leftist MARXISTS----often JACOBIN freemasons---joining JESUIT KNIGHTS OF MALTA freemasons-----
If we watch on TV news these few decades of MUSLIM nations in ARABIA and Eastern Europe under attack----first the Taliban---then al-Qaeda ----then ISIS----these MILITARY FIGHTERS started first having 5% global banking civil unrest leaders receiving all kinds of military weapons caches-----forcing local sovereign citizens to fight with them-----then those original leaders disappear and VOILA those military fighters are now TERRORISTS.
REAL left social progressives have shouted for several decades these military fighters national news were claiming were local sovereign citizens were always implanted 5% global banking civil unrest civil war players. Same in LATIN America---same in Africa----
So, MOVING FORWARD civil unrest, civil war with MILITARY JUNTA in US will look just the same. We are already starting to see the FAKE ALT RIGHT ALT LEFT 5% FAKE CIVIL UNREST groups trying to recruit our US 99% to one militarized group or the other.
WHAT HAPPENS TO SPEED UP THIS 'RECRUITMENT'? THOSE 5% FREEMASON/GREEK PLAYERS ARE ALLOWED TO GET VIOLENT----
When we say 'ALLOWED'----we mean already inside US cities deemed Foreign Economic Zone we see these militant groups expanding----street gangs or mafia----become those military junta leaders. In US cities these violent groups are often tied to local political machines.
WHEN THE GLOBAL BANKING 1% PATRONAGE MOVES FROM SUBSIDIZING SMALL BUSINESSES TO SUBSIDIZING MILITARY JUNTA -------WE SEE THESE GANGSTERS BECOMING VERY ORGANIZED.
There are no shortage today in US cities of gangs black, white, and brown----all they need is that CIA covert operations leaders pretending to be civil unrest civil war leaders ----and VIOLA---we have MILITARY JUNTA in US started just this way in LATIN AMERICA----in ARABIA----and yes, global banking 1% ASIAN OLD WORLD KINGS AND QUEENS use this same structure for their MAOIST civil unrest civil wars.
The 6 Most Gang Infested Cities in America
It is estimated that over 1.5 million people are members of the roughly 35,000 different gangs operating in the United States. Among those gangs are street gangs, both on the national and local level,
While gangs are by no means exclusive to America, far from it, when one hears of violence in a major city the typical reaction “it’s probably gang related” echoes across the populace. Compared to many other first world nations, America has a higher proliferation of gang members, and gang violence, and while social conditions that create gangs, and help recruit gang members, such as poverty, failing education systems, and systemic racism all play a major role in exacerbating gang culture, it’s also easy to forget that for a country with a population of over 307 million people, the amount of those members of society involved in gangs is a mere 0.004 percent.
While the culture of fear is actively prevalent in the media on a daily basis, creating a constant anxiety that anyone at any time may fall victim to gang crime, the fact is most gang related crime is aimed at rival gangs, not average civilians. But try telling that to the people who live in many of these cities whose borders contain the highest concentration of gang members in the nation. In the majority of these cities the threat of being targeted by a gang, either for recruitment, or as a victim, is all too real.
*(The cities on this list are, by and large, in no particular order as concluding the number of gang members per city is widely inaccurate and some more recent studies are incomplete. Furthermore, statistics are based upon municipal law enforcement agencies, the FBI and CDC gang information.)
6 East St. Louis, Illinois
As anyone who has driven through East St. Louis, St. Louis, Missouri’s brother in Illinois can attest, it’s not a pretty picture. There is no wonder that gangs have built themselves such a nice home in the city where, apart from a street named after current President Barack Obama, seems to be completely forgotten by the rest of the country. The city is one of America’s most violent, and the murder rate in East St. Louis is 17 times higher than the national average. And the murder rate is only going to keep growing as violent street gangs vie for turf almost completely unchallenged by a law enforcement agency that saw its budget decrease by over 33 percent between 2008 and 2011. Welcome to the city of 27,000 where a police officer was shot in the face in a shopping mall, and which the Governor of Illinois called an absolute “war zone.”
5 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Via Oklahoma City
There are parts of Oklahoma City that are beautiful; and there are parts that are downright scary. Note to traveler; if the gas station you pull up to has bullet proof windows, bars on top of that and a bullet proof glassed kiosk for the clerk to sit in, you’re in the wrong part of town. Because of the intense rivalries between street gangs, the violence in Oklahoma City follows such a pattern that has become tried, tested and true for decades as well. Shootings over rival territory, and the drug trade, predominantly between males aged 15-19, and, especially in Oklahoma City’s case, drive by shootings make up the majority of gang violence in the city, making it one of the most gang ridden cities in the country.
4 Camden, New Jersey
There is a disturbing trend to the correlation between the highest levels of gang activity in America’s cities and the amount the budget for those cities’ police forces has been cut. Like others on this list, Camden is no exception to this rule. Also listed as America’s most dangerous city overall, Camden’s police force shrank by over a third between 2008 and 2011, the same period of time that gang membership across the U.S. nearly doubled. What can a city possibly do to combat gang crime, or any crime for that matter without a police force to enforce law and order? In a city with a high school drop out rate of nearly 70 percent that is per capita one of the poorest in the nation, the life of a gang member almost seems appealing to Camden youth. Really. What other options are there? In a wasteland like Camden, there is little chance for many of the city’s population of just over 70,000 to escape either the allure of gang culture, or the impact it has on one's life.
3 Detroit, Michigan
it any surprise Detroit is on this list? One of the most dangerous cities in America, it's no wonder it’s also one of the most affected by gangs. A massive decline in industry leading to unemployment and poverty… all perfect breeding grounds for gang culture. What’s worse, with the city’s massive economic collapse on a governmental level as well, where once there were over 4,000 police officers, now there are around half that, in a city with a core population of over 700,000 people.
Another major issue facing what little law enforcement there is left in Detroit is the fact that unlike many other larger cities with gang problems, the gangs in Detroit are not typical in the fact that they don't have any affiliation with the more well know and established street gangs in most cities, or any real hierarchy. Street gangs in Detroit essentially spring up per neighborhood, with names most outside the city wouldn’t even be aware of. Not that it makes a difference.
As the national crime rate decreases across the board in the U.S. Detroit’s continues to rise, in no small part due to the fact that gangs run the streets virtually unchecked by crippled law enforcement. And sadly, it’s predominantly the youth, the ones who have only known Detroit to be a shell of its former self, who seem to continue to get tangled up in gang culture. In 2010, when statistics were most complete on Detroit youth’s involvement with street violence the city counted 106 youth homicides and arrested 12,000 youths for various other criminal activities. Based on preliminary studies, just as Detroit’s crime rate has risen, so has the proliferation of youth in street gangs.
2 Los Angeles, California
Once nicknamed the “gang capital of America” Los Angeles has lost that distinction, but not by much. According to the Los Angeles Police Department there are an estimated 450 gangs active in L.A. comprised of over 45,000 members. Practically every single gang that operates in America with much validity is in operation in Los Angeles. Again, according to the LAPD “during the last three years, there were over 16,398 verified violent gang crimes in the City of Los Angeles. These include 491 homicides, nearly 7,047 felony assaults, and approximately 5,518 robberies…” the majority of which are a result of the drug trade and never-ending turf war to control it. While as a whole for a city of its size Los Angeles is quite safe, in the areas where gangs are most visible, it’s best to stay away.
1 Chicago, Illinois
In recent years Chicago has made a dramatic leap to overcome Los Angeles as America’s gang capital with a staggering 150,000 gang members and become one of the most violent cities in the country. In fact, Chicago recorded 413 murders in 2013 alone, a shocking number, if it weren’t for the fact that it actually represented a decrease from the 532 murders in Chicago in 2012. What’s worse, according to city law enforcement agencies, 80 percent of all shootings and murders in Chicago are gang related.
Again, like most major cities in the United States, economic hardship on the municipality has led to budget cuts and less law enforcement patrolling the streets. There are barely 200 members of Chicago’s anti-gang task force. How can police possibly contend with hundreds of different gangs all operating within the city, primarily the west and south sides, with such little resources? Exacerbating the problem is that the historical hierarchy of the Chicago gangs has seemingly come undone, with various factions of former larger gangs all claiming territory, and clearly willing to shoot first at anyone unfamiliar who may be encroaching on said territory. Even a member of the street gang the Vice Lords himself told NBC news that "there is no one to control this, so it has become haywire.”
Chicago has become a massive and violent play for territory in a powder keg of gun violence, fuelled by the drug trade. Murders for the current year stand roughly similar to last year, at 206 thus far, but after the 84-hour outburst of violence over the 4th of July weekend in which 82 people were shot, and 14 killed, the situation in Chicago seems far from stable.
We have shouted for decades that these US city gangs are being supplied weapons through the same global military weapon caches------MOVING FORWARD these 'militant groups' will explode.
As MOVING FORWARD sends our US economy to collapse---all pre-planned----all staged these few decades----as we eliminate more and more jobs----as we end safety net programs----as we bring more and more global 99% labor pool -----we are watching the STAGING OF MILITARY JUNTA structures.
Global banking 1% LOVE military juntas because national and international news always makes it sound as if these groups are local bad-guys. Then these groups are made to sound like local terrorists-----all while global banking 1% KNIGHTS OF MALTA TRIBE OF JUDAH are never mentioned.
Our 99% of US city citizens black, white, and brown over these few decades of FAILED STATE US CITY ECONOMIES have been able to move from communities to more safe communities---have been able to leave US cities to escape---but MOVING FORWARD MILITARY JUNTA expands that violence to all US city communities and especially to rural communities.
THIS IS BIG-TIME ORGANIZED GLOBAL BANKING SACKING AND LOOTING OF CIVILIZED SOCIETIES----JUST AS IN 3000BC----1000BC AND ALL 99% OF WE THE PEOPLE WILL BE FORCED TO SEEK PROTECTION INSIDE ONE OR THE OTHER MILITARY JUNTA.
Violent Crime Is On the Rise in U.S. Cities
By Josh Sanburn and David Johnson
January 30, 2017
Violent crime increased in many of the nation’s largest cities in 2016, the second year in a row that metro areas saw jumps in homicide, robbery and aggravated assault.
According to the Major Cities Chiefs Association, which collected data from 61 metropolitan police agencies, U.S. cities saw 6,407 homicides in 2016, an 11% increase from the year before. Dallas, Las Vegas, Louisville, Memphis, Phoenix and San Jose all saw rises in killings last year, as did some smaller cities that typically have very low murder rates. Arlington, Texas, for example, had 4 homicides in 2015 but 18 in 2016; Salt Lake City saw 6 in 2015 compared with 14 last year.
Wonder why BALTIMORE having been ranked #1 in nation for just these violence, drugs, gang stats are never listed.
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Homicide rate changes compare 2016 data to the average of previous 5 years. Source: Major Cities Chiefs AssociationDarrel Stephens, the MCCA’s executive director, cautions that it’s too early to know whether increases seen over the last two years are mere blips or the beginning of a sustained increase in overall crime rates around the country. Criminologists often say it takes at least three to five years of data to show true trend lines.
President Donald Trump routinely portrays crime in the country’s inner cities as out of control. Last week, he tweeted a vague threat to “send in the feds” in Chicago if the city didn’t lower its crime rates. But even with the recent increases, crime remains near all-time lows.
“We’ve had at least two years running now where there’s been an increase in 35 to 45 major cities,” Stephens says. “It’s a major issue and should be in the cities where it’s taking place. But it’s not anywhere near the kind of violence that we had in the 1990s.”
Homicide Rate in Select Cities, 1985-2016
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Source: FBI UCR, Major Cities Chiefs Association
Stephens says many departments cite similar problems: gang violence and retaliation, violence associated with drugs, the overwhelming number of guns in many U.S. cities, and even problems related to conflicts originating on social media. Another consistent factor is that violent crime is often concentrated in just a handful of neighborhoods. In Chicago, for instance, most of the homicides occur in a few areas on the South and West sides.
In Dallas, officials often cite domestic assaults and drug-related offenses as factors in the increasing crime rates, leading the department to create a 170-member violent crime task force made up of K-9, narcotics, and gang units. Memphis, meanwhile, is struggling with domestic violence and gang-related violence.
“We are going to put more focus in the police department on the gangs and the gang units, because they are really driving a lot of the homicides,” Memphis Mayor Jim Strickland told local NBC affiliate WMC earlier this month.
The raw numbers, however, often don’t fully reflect the circumstances behind the increases. The city with one of the biggest spikes last year was Orlando, where 85 people were killed compared with 32 in 2015; 49 of those, though, were from the Orlando nightclub shooting in June.
Read more: See Chicago’s Deadly Year in 3 Charts
About a third of the cities noted in the report either remained steady or saw declines in the number of homicides, including Baltimore, which had a record number of murders in 2015 but reported a decrease last year.
As for this year, Stephens says he believes the crime rates will largely be similar to 2016. “I don’t think that’s going to substantially change this year,” he says.
We discussed in detail some of these CIA----GLOBAL BANKING 5% CIVIL UNREST CIVIL WAR PLAYERS tied to decades of LATIN AMERICAN attacks by global 1% KNIGHTS OF MALTA----TRIBES OF JUDAH----and this is simply ONE----MS-13 -----indeed, they have been filling our US cities these few decades----they work for global banking 1%.
When we partner global military mercenary covert operatives with these organized crime and drug gangs we have the makings of MILITARY JUNTA. These gangs get their weapons from the same military weapons caches released by WEAPONS MANUFACTURES tied to US but operating overseas in Foreign Economic Zones. FLASH-FORWARD this coming decade or two and almost all of our 99% US CITIZENS will feel forced to belong to one of these MILITARY JUNTA.
TODAY, IN US CITIES THESE VIOLENT GROUPS ARE CONFINED TO POOR AND LOW-INCOME COMMUNITIES----MOVING FORWARD THIS COMES UP THE INCOME LADDER.
As we stated----local politicians fund and support these violent gangs-----that is what having local politicians as MILITARY JUNTA ----Trump only now being labelled this after these few decades of CLINTON/BUSH/OBAMA building these junta structures. Our US global banking 5% freemason/Greek pols and players supporting the explosive growth of military junta-----if we continue to allow MOVING FORWARD.
So, in LATIN AMERICA----as in ARABIA----as in southeast Asia several decades ago----local politicians did the same thing---tying themselves to local community crime and drug gangs-----global banking 1% sent in billion dollars and caches of military weapons---and VOILA Latin America becomes embroiled in MILITARY JUNTA.
Has MS-13 'literally taken over towns and cities of the US'?
By Tal Kopan, CNN
Updated 11:07 AM ET, Fri May 19, 2017
President Donald Trump on Thursday made a sweeping assertion that the MS-13 gang has "literally taken over" US cities -- but his remarks about the violent street gang contained a number of misstatements or claims that were impossible to back up with evidence.
MS-13 has been a frequent talking point of the Trump administration as part of its justification for hard-line immigration policies and border security. It was in that context that Trump brought up MS-13 in his opening statement in a joint news conference with Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos -- as he talked about stopping trans-border crime.
What is MS-13? The 'transnational' street gang on the FBI's radar
"MS-13, likewise, a horrible, horrible large group of gangs that have been let into country over a fairly short period of time are being decimated by the Border Patrol and by ICE and by our incredible local police forces and they are getting out of our country or in some cases, going directly into prisons throughout our country," Trump said. "But they've literally taken over towns and cities of the United States."Trump's comments contained a number of mischaracterizations of MS-13 or assertions that are not backed up by any statistics.
While Colombia is an important front in the fight against gangs and drugs, MS-13 is a Central American and US-based gang, so Trump's mention of the issue seemed unrelated to his conversation with Santos.
MS-13 is Trump's public enemy No.1, but should it be?
It was also entirely unclear which cities and town Trump meant were "literally taken over" by MS-13, which remains a small fraction of the overall gang problem in the US, per available statistics.
Neither the Department of Justice, Department of Homeland Security, Immigration and Customs Enforcement nor the White House responded to a request for clarification.
Origin of MS-13: Not imported and not new
Mara Salvatrucha, known as MS-13, is a transnational gang with a heavy presence in Central America -- but it actually began in the United States three decades ago.
MS-13 began in Los Angeles in the 1980s amid a flood of Salvadorans fleeing a civil war to the US.
It was the US deporting these immigrants in the '90s back to Central America that sent the gang there, where it took hold.
Now the gang has footholds in the US and in Central America in cities like Los Angeles, New York and the Washington, DC, region and countries like El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras.
While it's unknown how much of the Central American strength of MS-13 was homegrown, a Congressional Research Service analysis of MS-13 found that its ranks were continuously strengthened by deportees from the US returning home, even as members also migrated to the US.
There were roughly 24,000 MS-13 members in Central America in 2012, according to an analysis by the UN Office on Drugs and Crime. Today, the Justice Department estimates roughly 30,000 members worldwide and more than 10,000 in the US, a number that has held steady for some years but that the department believes is trending upward.
The Obama administration Treasury Department in 2012 sanctioned the gang as a transnational criminal organization -- the first such designation for a street gang.
Connection to immigration: Difficult to assess
The departments of Justice and Homeland Security have been unable to provide reporters with any estimates of how many MS-13 members nationwide came into the US illegally -- and how many members joined the gang after coming to the US. The gang actively recruits in immigrant communities in the US and often victimizes undocumented immigrants, who are vulnerable to extortion because they fear law enforcement will discover their status.
There are roughly 11 million undocumented immigrants in the US.
The Department of Justice says it has found in recent investigations that gang leaders in El Salvador are directing US cliques to become more violent. It also believes that these leaders have been sending emissaries into the US illegally to connect with local cliques.
Recent MS-13 arrests offer some insight.
ICE announces major anti-gang operation, mostly US citizens arrested
ICE last week announced the results of a nationwide anti-gang operation, an exercise the agency has done roughly annually for many years.
Of the roughly 1,300 anti-gang arrests nationwide, 104 individuals were linked to MS-13.
Of those 104, five were US citizens, three were immigrants who were lawfully present in the US and 96 were in the US illegally, according to ICE.
On Wednesday, the Department of Justice announced a major racketeering case against MS-13 ring leaders in Los Angeles. Of the 44 people charged, the assistant US attorney in the case said more than half were undocumented.
In a case out of Queens, New York, last week, only one out of three defendants charged was in the US illegally.
Reach in the US: Fraction of total gang problem
MS-13 is active in 40 states plus the District of Columbia, the Department of Justice estimates. Combating the gang has been a focus of law enforcement for decades, and DOJ says that great strides were made in disrupting the gang in 2009 and 2010.
There is no hard evidence that MS-13 has become more of a problem in the US in recent years. Arrests of gang members by Homeland Security Investigations under ICE have fluctuated in recent years, but have shown no clear downward or upward trend. Anecdotally, some local law enforcement chiefs have noticed an increase in murders connected to the gang in some capacity in recent months.
Per the FBI's most recent statistics, the roughly 10,000 MS-13 members are a fraction of the estimated 1.4 million members of US gangs nationally, and made up less than 10% of the arrests in ICE's gang crackdown announced last week.
In terms of number of arrests, MS-13 lagged behind the number of members of Bloods and Sureños arrested and was equal to the number of Crips. Another roughly 600 confirmed gang arrests did not belong to any of those gangs.
We like this----our US 99% of WE THE WHITE PEOPLE always think of gangs, drug cartels, violence as being tied to our 99% of black and brown citizens when in fact our 99% of white citizens are as tied to these same structures. As we look below those 5% ALT RIGHT ALT LEFT FAKE CIVIL UNREST white nationalists groups are the mirror of our US city gangs found more so in rural America.
We liked THE WHISPERING ROOM taking JANE HAWK to a mid-west BIG WHEEL DRUG, GUN, AUTO CHOP SHOP ------that white GANG leader being allowed to operate openly by local politicians ----having good friends higher up. These are the structures already in place these few decades----when targeted by global banking 1% with billion dollars and military weapons caches ----that become VOILA----MILITARY JUNTA.
Our US rural communities soaked in manufactured PHARMA ----car theft---home theft-----gun violence---no different from our US cities with our 99% of black and brown gangs.
THESE CIVIL UNREST CIVIL WAR 5% FREEMASON/GREEK PLAYERS COME TOGETHER AS TEAM GLOBAL BANKING WHEN THE MONEY IS RIGHT.
These kinds of crime, drug, violence blackmarket criminal group activity exploded as Clinton sent US corporations overseas----as Congressional pols allowed those lost economies to stagnate rather than send stimulus to rebuild local economies.......that was our global banking 5% pol and player-- CLINTON/BUSH/OBAMA.
Why don't major U.S. cities have white people gangs?
Dena Barrett, Executive Director
Answered May 9 ·
They do. Some of the most violent gangs in the country are white. Many dominate prisons and create violent and dangerous environments particularlyfor non white people. Most are rooted in white supremacy. Some of the most dangerous and violent white gangs are:
The Order (and numerous spin off copy cats) — they were known for a specially in back robbery and murder. Their goal was to overthrow the government ands establish a whites only nation.
The Lynnwood Vikings, a white supremacist gang in LA, has spawned a number of other gangs, are known for infiltrating law enforcement, bribery, murder and racially motivated attacks and murders.
Keystone United started out as a vicious street gang of skinheads and drug lords but they have reestablished themselves in recent times to be a “family friendless" white supremacist “organization" aimed at keeping America under the control of white people. They have defendingthe more politically active, violently supporting trump and other conservatives against what they see as the threats to white america by people of color.
The 211 Crew is a vicious prison gang formed on Colorado and springing from the Aryan Brotherhood. They are know for attacking and even killing non white inmates and sometimes guards. They are known to run criminal activities from prison.
The Aryan Circle is a similar gang spawned from the Texan prison system and known for their connection with drugs and violence. They are spreading to other states and are growing in number and violence.
The European Kindred is a fast growing gang that started in the Pacific NW but has spread to at least 12 otther states. They are known for drugs, rape, home invasions, murder, and violent confrontations with non whites.
There are many other white gangs involved with violence, drugs and known for their vicious hatred of non whites. They range from groups that commit murder, run drugs, commit terrorist attacks and even assassinations of local individuals deemed ri be a threat to their message. Others hide their violence behind “family" friendly events. And this leads to one of the biggest ways these white gangs manage to continue infiltrating our country and getting away with their crimes. Mainstream societies are continuing to accept their vicious messages and propaganda and, particularly in ther current political environment, some places defend them and their activities.
White gangs have a long history in this country and continue to thrive by hiding behind that history and playing on the bigotry and fears of many white Americans. Gangs such as the KKK and hundreds of other racist groups manage to avoid such labels as gangs, terrorist groups and assassins because they bring along children to indoctrinated and call them family picnics. In reality they are training exercises to indoctrinate young children to become ther next generation of gang members.
'I am more concerned about George Soros and his paid ANTIFA goon squad'.
So, why all of a sudden are we reading about MILITARY JUNTAS under TRUMP? While CLINTON/BUSH/OBAMA exported civil unrest, civil war using global banking 5% freemason/Greek players overseas------MOVING FORWARD stages these same MILITARY JUNTA now inside US.
Above we see the same finger pointing -----yes, GLOBAL BANKING 1% TRIBES OF JUDAH play tag team with GLOBAL BANKING 1% KNIGHTS OF MALTA-----BOTH are 3000BC DNA----they are purely sociopaths.
TRUMP of course represents OLD WORLD KNIGHTS OF MALTA-----SOROS as HITLER youth----represents that TRIBE OF JUDAH. Nothing American happening here.
What changes MOVING FORWARD from US cities as FAILED STATES with constant gun violence, drugs, and gangs---from poor rural communities filled with the same? A FORMER CIA agent as local politician has no qualm in moving that global banking 1% BILLION DOLLARS ----those global banking 1% military weapons caches ----to expand these violent groups having a military mercenary leader.
While these few decades of CLINTON/BUSH/OBAMA our local political machines allowed/fueled local community gang violence,drugs, guns----politicians as former CIA AGENTS----former global private mercenary special operations ------will be those politicians ready for covert -----global cartel actions needed to create MILITARY JUNTA structures inside CIVIL SOCIETIES.
Opinion | columnCOLUMN:
Trump is running a military junta
By Lucas Robinson
Published Aug 29, 2017 9:09 pm
The United States no longer has a civilian government. The veneer of non-military control of our institutions, in eight short months, has been swept away by the bumbling new president, a mix of the Hamburgler and Rodney Dangerfield’s character in “Caddyshack.”
This American military junta, which oversees the critical levers of power and policy within the executive branch, consists of four generals: Chairman of the Joint Chiefs General Joseph Dunford, Secretary of Defense James Mattis, National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster and new Chief of Staff John Kelly.
Furthermore, it is Kelly and Sec. Mattis who have demonstrated through their past and present actions to be unquestioning of both the United States war machine and Trump’s style of politics.
The two men were once two of the highest generals in the U.S. military’s global presence. As head of U.S. Central Command, Sec. Mattis oversaw military operations in the Middle East, North Africa and Central Asia, while at U.S. Southern Command, Kelly ran military operations in Latin America.
Sec. Mattis, who, once referring to his time in Afghanistan, said, “It’s quite fun to shoot them… It’s a hell of a hoot. It’s fun to shoot some people,” also commanded U.S. forces in Fallujah, Iraq, in 2004.
The two sieges of the city that year involved the massacre of civilians by U.S. snipers, along with the use of white phosphorus, a banned chemical weapon that burns skin to the bone.
This use of white phosphorus and reports of mass civilian casualties in Trump’s current anti-ISIS war seem to suggest Mattis has not retired from the “fun” of chemical warfare against Iraqi civilians.
Kelly’s tenure at SOUTHCOM proves no less violent. Plan Colombia, the bulk of which occurred prior to Kelly’s arrival, was a mass-murder campaign directed by SOUTHCOM in the 2000s that pumped billions into Colombian paramilitary death squads, which killed around 3,000 poor peasants between 2002 and 2008.
Though Colombia now has an internally displaced population higher than Syria’s, Kelly nonetheless praised the achievements of Plan Colombia in a 2016 Miami Herald op-ed.
With his brief stint as Homeland Security chief, Kelly executed Trump’s landmark immigration agenda. Under Kelly, Homeland Security, a labyrinthian, post-9/11 government bureaucracy, transformed into the main vehicle for Trump’s anti-immigration policy.
Kelly endorsed the Middle East travel ban, set loose Immigration and Customs Enforcement raids across Latino communities and considered separating children from their mothers at the border, all the while expanding privatized immigrant detention centers.
Though the Washington Post recently referred to Kelly as “apolitical,” it is a centrist fantasy to view Trump’s military men as a moderating force in his administration.
The entrance of these generals into traditionally civilian roles and their support for Trump’s agenda are blatant political actions. These generals are clearly legitimizing the Trump administration.
America’s admiration for its military is widely known, and an attack on these men can be easily spun as an attack on the armed forces at large.
If an aim of this American junta is to make any criticism an attack on the military and to snatch away civilian control of the government, a basic component of any democracy, then it is already well on its way to mimicking the military juntas of the past.
Breaking up the power accumulated by the generals once Trump leaves office could become impossible, and this power centralization must stop before it becomes irreversible.
We want to bring in a global banking 1% freemason LITERARY STAR novel to look how MOVING FORWARD in US looked overseas during these same time periods. Salman Rushdie is famous for being from a Muslim nation being that global 1% ARABIC not religious ----promoting ONE WORLD ONE GOVERNANCE as ONE RELIGION better 3000 BC HINDI gods and goddesses. We see this book published in 1995----just as CLINTON ERA deregulation of banking and dismantling of all Federal agencies tied to oversight and accountability unleashed ROBBER BARON few decades of sacking and looting America-----having goals of bringing US to colonial entity tribute state----installing US CITIES AS FAILED STATES-----and of course, removing the SEVEN VEILS pragmatic nihilism no morals, ethics, no US RULE OF LAW, no GOD'S NATURAL LAW-----global banking 1% neo-liberal LAISSEZ FAIRE.
The MOOR'S Last Sigh is a more modern version of what we discussed as BLOOM DAY---James Joyce ----
'The Romantic True Story Behind James Joyce's Bloomsday'
While James Joyce uses BLOOM DAY to represent a MARRIAGE of Catholic and Jewish global banking 1% at a time of MOVING FORWARD ONE WORLD by sacking and looting Western Europe and America bringing both to colonial status-----THE MOOR'S LAST SIGH brings that setting to MEDIEVAL SPAIN bringing the same MARRIAGE of Catholic and Jewish -----but this time set in India filled with all kinds of BRAHMIN HINDI religious symbols. THE MOOR'S LAST SIGH killing Western religions MUSLIM, CATHOLIC, JEWISH----while placing India's HINDI center stage.
"Clinton should never have met him, it was not appropriate," Abdullah Naseef, executive director of the Saudi Arabian-based Muslim World League, said in an interview Sunday. "The majority of people feel insulted by this. Salman Rushdie should have been forgotten, and now all this does is add to the problem."
What will be recognizable in THE MOOR'S LAST SIGH-----are the structures of BLACK MARKET wealth creating today's merely rich-----fighting against those global banking 1% OLD WORLD KINGS AND QUEENS to keep that mafia-fueled wealth.
The Moor's Last Sigh
The Moor's Last Sigh is the fifth novel by Salman Rushdie, published in 1995.It is set in the Indian cities of Bombay and…