Images 13/3/16


its means that if this is legit that even at only 7 years old hes already under some form of indoctrination..congrats..what a great family eh?


i so wish she was my daughter..such a quality individual..great role model..


did this movie ever happen?


synchronicity all over the globe..they either were connected via some sort of ancient wifi or else they all saw the same things in the sky at the same going with that theory..


no surprise for a country who built a whole new city and called it astana..


all of creation is at stake..really?


symbolism all over the place..


it makes them uncomfortable..



Hillary Clinton with Laurance Rockefeller at the JY Ranch, Jackson Hole, WY, August 21, 1995

this is the witch with laurance rockefeller back in the 80’ him..look at the book he gave her..its image is below..


why did she meet him and what was discussed?..nice eye to..


the puppet is about to bow out..and then there were 3 left..or is there a 4th candidate hiding somewhere?


~ by seeker401 on March 13, 2016.

20 Responses to “Images 13/3/16”


    • while that particular blog post might contain some truth (mixed with bullshit like the ‘greensburg family of crisis actors nonsense), it is a flat earth blog, and therefore completely untrustworthy as a source.

  2. some expert on this?

  3. who’s that puppet on a string?


    • Akhenaten, the creator of monotheism had it. Others suspected of it include Moses, almost certainly St. Paul (who was termed epileptic by contemporaries, and whose conversion on the road to Damascus would be a classic example of such a seizure), and definitely Dostoevsky.
      There has long been a recognized association between monotheism and the desert’s all-powerful sun, as there is between polytheism and the lush diversity of sun-shaded forests. And it seems that epilepsy is another component of the development and spread of the idea of the One God.

  5. ‘“As the district court rightly concluded, however, the CIA’s declarations give reason to believe that releasing images of American military personnel burying the founder and leader of al-Qaida could cause exceptionally grave harm,” wrote the panel, made up of Chief Judge Merrick Garland and Judges Judith W. Rogers and Harry T. Edwards, all appointees of Democratic presidents. The decision affirms a district court judge’s ruling last year denying the group’s lawsuit over the FOIA.’


    • wow! Berg&insider…:

      “Garland is a graduate of Harvard Law School and clerked for US Supreme Court Justice William J. Brennan Jr. In 1987, he married fellow Harvard graduate Lynn Rosenman in a Jewish ceremony at the Harvard Club in New York. Rosenman’s grandfather, Samuel Rosenman of New York, was a state Supreme Court justice and a special counsel to two presidents, Franklin Roosevelt and Harry Truman.

      If confirmed, Garland would be the fourth Jewish justice on the nation’s highest court, which is comprised entirely of Jews and Catholics. The three current Jewish members are Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Elana Kagan and Stephen Breyer.”

      (thanks, xxx)


    • LOL

      The lawyer who ‘represented’ Timothy McVeigh in the Oklahoma City Bombing case has heaped glowing praise on U.S. Supreme Court nominee Merrick Garland, claiming “he’s above reproach. He has integrity” and that “I agreed with everything the president said about Judge Garland.”

      Attorney Stephen Jones also urged his state’s Republican Senators to confirm Garland. You just can’t make this stuff up.

      Terry Nichols attorney Michael Tigar, on the other hand, recalled Garland as being a mere distant figure in the case. “Garland showed up for a bail hearing … and that’s the only time I can remember him doing anything in the case. He had been sent out from Washington, D.C., and that was it. How he got the reputation as having a great deal to do with it — you couldn’t prove it to me,” Tigar said.

      The Atlantic reports:

      Stephen Jones was the lead lawyer for McVeigh in the case. When I reached Jones on Wednesday, the first thing he told me was that he was “a partisan Republican. I’ve been a Republican since I was 12 years old.” (Jones was the GOP nominee for Senate in Oklahoma in 1990, but lost.) Then he proceeded to praise his former opposing counsel at length.
      “I agreed with everything the president said about Judge Garland,” Jones said, adding that he was encouraging the Sooner State’s two Republican senators to back Garland. “Personally he’s above reproach. He has integrity. He has the skills.”

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