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Wikileaks – Where is the Case Against Assange?

By admin / January 22, 2020

The case against Julian Assange is all about exposing the truth that goes on behind the curtain. There has NEVER been any allegation that the information he has released was false. Even the emails from the Democrats that they blame on hacking by Russians have NEVER been denied as fake. All of the information that […]

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Interest Rates and the Great Global Crisis

By admin / January 22, 2020

COMMENT: I attended your 2016 WEC and I thought you would be wrong that interest rates would rise and the whole big bang thing. Rates have risen only in the US, the pension crisis is clearly unfolding, and states have been going bust. Now there is the Repo Crisis and I did buy the report. […]

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West Virginia & the Separatist Movement

By admin / January 21, 2020

There is a new separatist movement forming in Virginia over the proposed gun laws. This new separatist movement taking place is in a state that already separated into two back in 1863 which some question whether it was lawfully carried out back then. US Constitution: Article IV: Section 3 New States may be admitted by […]

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Has Schiff Abused the Power of Congress?

By admin / January 20, 2020

QUESTION: The Democrats said that Dershowitz’s argument on the constitutional grounds to impeach Trump is “absurdist.” What is your UNBIASED opinion if you can be unbiased? HM ANSWER: Obstruction of Congress is a bogus charge. The purpose of Executive Privilege is to maintain the separation of power. The Democrats had the right to go to the […]

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Update on Supreme Court

By admin / January 17, 2020

QUESTION: I heard that several coin dealers conspired with the government in hopes of getting all the coins you ever had. Is that also something the Supreme Court will rule on? GN ANSWER: I am sure there are always people who would conspire against their own mother for a buck. I believe that one dealer […]

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Netherlands Supreme Court Rules They Must Reduce CO2 by 25% by end of 2020!

By admin / January 8, 2020

QUESTION: Marty, I just read that in the Dutch so-called climate Justice case the supreme court has upheld the original 2015 ruling, legally requiring the government to reduce emissions by 25%. This appears to be the first successful such case, and it might be a precedent for the others. What about the separation of powers if […]

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US & British Are Torturing Julian Assange With Intent to Kill Him

By admin / January 6, 2020

The US prosecutors are conspiring with the British to ensure that Julian Assange never goes to trial and what is taking place is the collapse of civility and Justice which has become sheer vengeance and political prosecution. The British will not allow independent doctors to visit Assange meanwhile they have been keeping him like Jeffrey […]

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Chairman of Nissan Flees Japan Over Corrupt Japanese Legal System

By admin / January 3, 2020

Carlos Ghosn, who was chairman of Nissan and Mitsubishi Motors as well as chairman and CEO of alliance partner Renault, fled Japan where he was out on bail in Tokyo. Ghosn was facing questionable criminal charges regarding under-reporting his salary and abusing his position by transferring personal investment losses to Nissan. Bringing such charges against […]

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FBI Under Comey Acted Illegally

By admin / January 3, 2020

  Inspector General Michael E. Horowitz’s December 9th, 2019 report clearly lays out that their informant Mr. Stefan Halper actually recorded conversations that were exculpatory and would have denied any authority to wiretap Trump’s campaign. Mr. Halper was a long-standing Washington national security expert and a Cambridge University professor. He managed to finagle himself to […]

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Suffer any Wrong Rather than Go to Court

By admin / January 2, 2020

COMMENT: Judge Jackson & the Lack of Judicial Impartiality Martin in this very illuminating post you say: “Clearly, the most dangerous flaw appears to be intentional – Congress appoints judges not lawyers”. You’ve missed an important point here. At the time of the founding most judges were “appointed” by the people; through elections! Yes, with […]

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