Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Another NSA Whistleblower Steps Forward

Another NSA Whistleblower Steps Forward

"Our Liberty - our Republic - is at risk 
with no way to escape it!"

Diane Roark is a former congressional staffer who was assigned to the intelligence committee. Undaunted by FBI raids on her home and others who also served on that committee, she now comes forward to reveal NSA secrets that she learned of.

Whistleblower Says They Are Here

Whistleblower Says They Are Here 
"Dr. Eric Norton" has worked as a consultant for the National Security Agency (NSA) and NASA for about 12 years. He has worked on many projects for the government, most recently with the Meteoroid Environment Office (MEO) which is involved in several research projects with the underlying goal of gaining a better understanding of the meteoroid environment so that the MEO models can be improved. They basically monitor the skies, track meteors and other objects in space. Here for the first time he talks openly about what we are not being told. The mass-media has begun covering this story. Outlets such as the London Daily Mail, New York Daily News and The Hindustan Times of India have versions of this story, but none of them has the initial, long-range-telescopic image of the craft that TRN has, nor do any of them have the audio interview with "Dr. Norton" whose name was changed to protect his identity.

Whistleblower Says They Are Here

Chemtrails And Aluminum Harm Heart, Lungs And Plants

Chemtrails And Aluminum Harm 
Heart, Lungs And Plants

Satanic super soldiers in ALL U.S.A. cities

We are tracking satanic super soldiers 
in ALL U.S.A. cities
Russ Dizdar

The work the Germans did in the '30 - '40's created a soldier race 
that is now hiding in every American city and town... Including Yours!

Russ Dizdar exposes what he believes is a growing threat to your family.


Great Dog Story -- Well Worth  Reading !!

Not new but, new to us and it certainly is a good read.  Make sure you have the Kleenex ready.


They told me the big black Lab's name was Reggie, as I looked at him lying in his pen.
The shelter was clean, no-kill, and the people really friendly.

I'd only been in the area for six months, but everywhere I went in the small college town, people
were welcoming and open. Everyone waves when you pass them on the street. 
But something was still missing as I attempted to settle in to my new life here, and I thought a dog couldn't hurt.

Give me someone to talk to. And I had just seen Reggie's advertisement on the local news.
The shelter said they had received numerous calls right after, but they said the people who had come down
to see him just didn't look like "Lab people," whatever that meant. They must've thought I did. 
But at first, I thought the shelter had misjudged me in giving me Reggie and his things, which consisted

of a dog pad, bag of toys almost all of which were brand new tennis balls, his dishes and a sealed letter from his previous owner.

See, Reggie and I didn't really hit it off when we got home. We struggled for two weeks
(which is how long the shelter told me to give him to adjust to his new home).
Maybe it was the fact that I was trying to adjust, too.

Maybe we were too much alike.
I saw the sealed envelope. I had completely forgotten about that.
"Okay, Reggie," I said out loud, "let's see
 if your previous owner has any advice."
To Whomever Gets My Dog: Well, I can't say that I'm happy you're reading this, a letter I told the shelter could only be opened by Reggie's new owner. I'm not even happy writing it. He knew something was different.

So let me tell you about my Lab in the hopes that it will help you bond with him and he with you. First, he loves tennis balls. The more the merrier. Sometimes I think he's part squirrel, the way he hoards them.
He usually always has two in his mouth, and he tries to get a third in there. Hasn't done it yet.
Doesn't matter where you throw them, he'll bound after them, so be careful. Don't do it by any roads.

Next, commands. Reggie knows the obvious ones ---"sit," "stay," "come," "heel." He knows hand signals, too: He knows "ball" and "food" and "bone" and "treat" like nobody's business. Feeding schedule: twice a day, regular store-bought stuff; the shelter has the brand. He's up on his shots. Be forewarned: Reggie hates the vet. Good luck getting him in the car.
I don't know how he
 knows when it's time to go to the vet, but he knows. Finally, give him some time. It's only been Reggie and me for his whole life.
He's gone everywhere with me, so please include him on your daily car rides if you can.
He sits well in the backseat, and he doesn't bark or complain.
He just loves to be around people, and me most especially.

And that's why I need to share one more bit of info with you... His name's not Reggie. He's a smart dog, he'll get used to it
and will respond to it, of that I have no doubt. But I just couldn't bear to give them his real name.
But if someone is reading this ... well it means that his new owner should know his real name.
His real name is "Tank." Because, that is what I drive.
 I told the shelter that they couldn't make "Reggie" available for adoption until
they received word from my company commander.

You see, my parents are gone, I have no siblings, no one I could've left Tank with
... and it was my only real request of the Army upon my deployment to  Iraq ,
that they make one phone call to the shelter ... in the "event" .... to tell them that Tank could be put up for adoption.

Luckily, my CO is a dog-guy, too, and he knew where my platoon was headed.
He said he'd do it personally. And if you're reading this, then he made good on his word.
Tank has been my family for the last six years, almost as long as the Army has been my family.
And now I hope and pray that you make him part of your family, too,
and that he will adjust and come to love you the same way he loved me.
 If I have to give up Tank to keep those terrible people from coming to the  US I am glad to have done so.
He is my example of service and of love. I hope I honoured him by my service to my country and comrades.
All right, that's enough. I deploy this evening and have to drop this letter off at the shelter.
Maybe I'll peek in on him and see if he finally got that third tennis ball in his mouth.
 Good luck with Tank. Give him a good home, and give him an extra kiss goodnight - every night - from me. Thank you, Paul Mallory ____________________
I folded the letter and slipped it back in the envelope. Sure, I had heard of Paul Mallory, everyone in town knew him,
even new people like me. Local kid, killed in  Iraq a few months ago and posthumously earning the Silver Star
when he gave his life to save three buddies. Flags had been at half-mast all summer.
I leaned forward in my chair and rested my elbows on my knees, staring at the dog. "Hey, Tank," I said quietly. The dog's head whipped up, his ears cocked and his eyes bright.
"C'mere boy." 
He was instantly on his feet, his nails clicking on the hardwood floor.

He sat in front of me, his head tilted, searching for the name he hadn't heard in months.
"Tank," I whispered. His tail swished. 
I kept whispering his name, over and over, and each time, his ears lowered, his eyes softened,
and his posture relaxed as a wave of contentment just seemed to flood him.
I stroked his ears, rubbed his shoulders, buried my face into his scruff and hugged him.
"It's me now, Tank, just you and me. Your old pal gave you to me."

Tank reached up and licked my cheek. 
"So whatdaya say we play some ball?" His ears perked again.
"Yeah? Ball? You like that? Ball?"
Tank tore from my hands and disappeared into the next room.

And when he came back, he had three tennis balls in his mouth.

If you can read this without getting a lump in your
throat or a tear in your eye, you just ain't right.
"The true soldier fights not because he hates what is in
front of him, but because he loves what is behind him."




The Fixer.......

Obama Last-Ditch Legacy Play With Unprecedented Land Grab

Obama Makes Last-Ditch Legacy Play With Unprecedented Land Grab… Trump Ready For Him

This pen and phone 'president' isn’t ready to put it down or hang it up. "Bypass Congress in ALL situations and IMPOSE my agenda by ballpoint pen"....


Reported by Western Journalism

With only weeks left in office for the country’s worst chief executive since Jimmy Carter, President Obama moved Wednesday to seal off up to 1.6 million acres of land in the western United States to prevent the kind of oil and gas exploration the country needs if it’s ever going to be truly energy independent. 

But Republicans aren’t letting Obama’s last-ditch land grab happen without a fight – even if that means the incoming Trump administration will have to get in on the action.

Breaking! Obama/DHS Preparing to Overturn Trump Election

Just another 'legacy' brought to America by Obama??

Doctor describes horrors in German hospital overrun by Muslim migrants -  Doctors stabbed, no arrests, no media, demands and temper tantrums with knives, rapes, babies and children tossed like garbage

Anonymous Will there be Accountability in 2017

Tuesday, January 10, 2017

This Is It "Hillary Clinton" YOU'RE GOING TO JAIL & MAybe Barack Obama T...

Here is the FBI email dump:

'Legacy' of outgoing traitor - a parting shot at our 1st Amendment

Obama’s New Law Tramples Every American’s 1st Amendment Rights

In George Orwell’s classic book “1982,” Big Brother, another word for the government, has the ability to monitor and track just about everyone. It also had the ability to swoop in and remove someone who might say or even write something against the government.

This book has long been something that anti- establishment and anti-government people have pointed to as where our current government is headed.

With what Obama just did we, as a country, are one step closer to living out the events of Orwell’s novel.

In a Friday Night secret signing, Obama signed into law something called the “Countering Foreign Propaganda and Disinformation Act.” Now, the term “Foreign Propaganda” is tossed in here to fight off foreign fake news. After all, according to the liberals, Russia hacked the Presidential Election (despite the fact that nobody anywhere has released any sort of proof behind this. It’s most likely that Democrats and the left leaning main stream media was caught supporting Hillary and needed to quickly counter the Trump win).

The bigger issue with this is the “Disinformation” aspect. Essentially, the government can shut down anything it states is “disinformation.” AKA, anything that does not align with what it states and thinks. There is nothing wrong with questioning authority in order to find out the truth. But now, it is potentially against the law.

Obama signed this new law right before Christmas so it would be swept under the rug.  

Find out more about exactly how this may ultimately destroy every American’s 1st Amendment Rights by watching the video.

 Obama's Last Bill Just Ended America 
Donald Trump Can't Stop It ??!! 

This is WORSE than what everyone feared Obama would do!  
You better get ready because the world is following suit.

The united States needs to take back its original Republic government and Constitution
The united States needs to resign from the NWO / NATO/ United Nations
The united States needs to give official notice to the UN to remove itself from our land
The united States needs to bring its military HOME to guard our homeland
The united States needs to arrest all traitors and prosecute accordingly ASAP.
replacing with the election of, by and for the people of the Republic
The 'laws' of the crime syndicate apply solely to the crime syndicate and NOT to the people
Any and all EOs of the clown presidents can and should be removed, as well as all

RV delays? More storms to strike West Coast

Weather Alert       More storms to strike West Coast

Northern California and Nevada braced for another powerful storm after getting lashed by downpours that flooded roads, homes and vineyards and toppled a storied giant sequoia.

Parts of Northern California were soaked by more than a foot of rain over a 72-hour period that ended early Monday, forcing hundreds of people to evacuate and leaving thousands without power. The heavy rains forced rivers out of their banks and toppled trees, among them the famed “Pioneer Cabin” in Calaveras Big Trees State Park that had a drive-thru tunnel carved into its base more than a century ago.

Another strong storm was bearing down on the region and expected to hit Tuesday.

Emergency crews in rescue boats and helicopters took advantage of a one-day respite from the rains later Monday to rescue stranded people and assess damage after a weekend of stormy weather that authorities called the heaviest rain in a decade.

In the Sierra Nevada mountains, a winter storm warning was in effect until Thursday morning with the potential for blizzard and white-out conditions, said Scott McGuire, a forecaster for the National Weather Service based in Reno, Nevada.

 The Truckee Taking Over!

Four to 8 feet of snow are forecast through Thursday above 7,000 feet, and the Lake Tahoe area could get between 2 to 5 feet of snow, he said.

1-8-17 Reno, Nevada - Dry Creek Flooding - Interview 

“People need to avoid traveling if at all possible,” said McGuire. Avalanche concerns kept some California ski areas closed for a second day Monday in the Sierra Nevada.

In the San Francisco Bay Area, a coastal flood advisory was in effect from Tuesday through Friday, with a forecast for up to 7-foot “king tides” that could pose a flooding risk for coastal roadways, said Steve Anderson, a National Weather Service forecaster in Monterey, California.

Flood warnings and a high-wind watch was also in effect Tuesday for the Russian River, which rose to its highest level since 2006 and spilled over its banks early Monday, flooding roads and vineyards and forcing schools to close across the area.

“It’s been about 10 years since we’ve experienced this kind of rainfall,” Anderson said Monday. He said the storm system arriving Tuesday was not as potent as over weekend but could still cause problems. “The big concern is flash flooding, rapid rises on creeks and the Russian River coming out of its banks again.”

Parts of California’s wine country in Sonoma County were among the hardest hit, with up to 13 inches of rain from Friday-early Monday. Rolling hills and vineyards along the scenic route known as River Road were submerged Monday with just the tips of the vines visible in completely flooded fields.

Melba Martinelli, who lives in the Russian River town of Guerneville, was wading through her yard Monday in knee-high rain boots, surrounded by flooded streets.
“I’m watching the water come up higher and higher, and my boots are almost going underwater now,” Martinelli said. “The river is coming up the street now. It’s pretty scary.”

In nearby Forestville, rescuers launched rafts and used a helicopter to search for people cut off by rising water. Authorities said the mostly dry conditions Monday were a relief.

Such gaps between storms are “what saves us from the big water,” Forestville Fire Chief Max Ming said. “People hunker down and wait for it to get past.”

To the south near Los Angeles, commuters were warned of possible highway flooding and mudslides in hilly areas.

The back-to-back storms that hit California and Nevada since last week are part of an “atmospheric river” weather system that draws precipitation from the Pacific Ocean as far west as Hawaii. That kind of system, also known as the “pineapple express,” poses catastrophic risks for areas hit by the heaviest rain.

Despite the bad weather in some parts, Yosemite National Park was forecasting a return to normal. The park planned to reopen the valley floor to visitors Tuesday morning after it was closed through the weekend and Monday because of a storm-swollen river, park spokesman Scott Gediman said. He said guests will be allowed back in starting at 8 a.m. for day visitors. Park workers were checking the extent of damage from the storm to water and sewer systems, he said.

Sacramento River levels swelled so much that state officials planned to open the weir located upstream from Sacramento’s Tower Bridge for the first time in more than a decade. The weir is a barrier of 48 gates that must be opened manually to protect the city of Sacramento from floodwaters.

 January 2017 Truckee River Flood Event: 24 Hour Time Lapse

Emergency workers in Nevada voluntarily evacuated about 1,300 people from 400 homes in a Reno neighborhood as the Truckee River overflowed and drainage ditches backed up.

Schools were canceled Monday in Reno and Sparks, and Gov. Brian Sandoval told all nonessential state government workers to stay home Monday after he declared a state of emergency.

 1-8-17 Reno, Nevada Night Time Flooding 
 Hydroplane Accident

After touring the two cities, Sandoval said no serious injuries were reported during the flooding, which authorities had feared might be the worst in a decade.
“It’s bittersweet because it wasn’t as bad as it could have been,” Sandoval said. “But to those people affected, it was really hard on them.”

The Associated Press contributed to this article.

America's NATO Ally Is Persecuting Christians

Why America's NATO Ally Is Persecuting Christians


Many experts say religious persecution isn't just "a" problem, rather it's "the" problem in the world. One example is the Christians in Turkey who face ongoing persecution.

American Pastor Andrew Brunson sits in a Turkish prison, facing trumped up charges of terrorism. He's a Christian who lives and preaches in Turkey and experts say that's enough to put him at risk.

"So today, I would argue, that Turkey's Christians and Jews are going through a very difficult period," Aykan Erdemir with Foundation for the Defense of Democracies told CBN News.
Erdemir is a Muslim Turk who has dedicated his career to helping Christians, Jews and other religious minorities gain full religious freedom in his country.

It was his core mission as a member of Turkey's Parliament but he faced roadblocks. Now he advocates from Washington, D.C. working with the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies.

"I think Christians have learned to live under constant threat of physical or symbolic violence. They're used to constant messages of hate, they're used to Turkey's culture of impunity meaning that they know that there will be very lenient sentencing to the assailants," Erdemir said.
 What Are The Worst Countries For Christians?

Things got worse last summer, he told CBN News, after a coup attempted to topple Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Turkish authorities were already suspicious of Protestants, especially missionaries.

"When we talk about Turkey we are talking about basically the biblical lands, this is the country that hosts a lot of the Jewish and Christian sites so there is a very rich heritage," Erdemir said. "And it's so sad to see how Turkey's Islamists systematically, not only marginalize them, but also portray them as being foreign."

 Christians Persecuted : Censored in America

In the coming months, Erdemir fears other Protestant pastors and missionaries could be framed, like Pastor Brunson, by security forces. He says following the coup, it's hard to find Turks willing to speak out for their Christian neighbors.

"The majority of citizens are afraid to talk," says Erdemir.

 Christians: The MOST persecuted people in the world

That's because since July 15, reports indicate 83,045 civil servants have been fired from their jobs and 40,000 people have been arrested. Also, Erdemir says hundreds of news outlets including magazines, newspapers, radio and TV stations have been closed.

It's an issue President-elect Trump will have to confront. As Erdemir and others fear, America's NATO ally increasingly resembles an authoritarian regime.

 Get ready for Christian persecution in America