WEB Notes: Just days ago Trump shouted down Qatar for supporting terrorism saying, “Stop funding, stop teaching hate, and stop the killing.” Just days before that Trump took credit for Saudi Arabia’s Navel blockade of Qatar. But today, Qatar is rewarded with a $12 billion dollar deal that will send F15 fighter jets their way. This is yet one example of many of the United States supporting terrorism. How blatant and what a slap in the face to the American people. Here are some other very important headlines we have posted concerning this situation:
WEB Notes: This is all being done in the name of terrorism. As we have said many times. The people continually are attacked by the terrorists and it is the government who then moves to take away the peoples rights in the name of security. For the people of course. Meanwhile the governments of the world we are told attack the terrorists and the terrorists are so stupid they can only manage to attack the people who have done nothing when they should attack the government. This should yet provide more clues and details into what is really going on in the world. Terrorism is a proxy army of the global powers who are using it to remove the last of the nations who are not inline with the globalist agenda.
WEB Notes: Of course this means they have killed far more than this claim. Big government does not tell you the truth. Look with your own eyes at the middle east, specifically Syria. Entire cities are left in ruins. The non-globlized nations are being removed and replaced with globalized ones.
News of the shooting early yesterday at a Republican congressional baseball practice is dominating the media. But what most missed, was the canceled hearing to loosen certain gun regulations pertaining to silencers and their use during hunting. It was canceled because of the shooting.
President Putin has said Russia does not consider the US to be an enemy as the two countries were allies in two world wars. Putin was speaking at his annual Q&A, where a self-described pro-Russian American asked how he could convince his fellow Americans that Moscow was not an enemy.
The Republican-led Senate voted decisively to punish Moscow for interfering in the 2016 election by approving a wide-ranging sanctions package that targets key sectors of Russia’s economy and individuals who carried out cyber attacks.
WEB Notes: This is a sample of what government policy looks like in the year 2017.