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Een nieuw boek van Robin de Ruiter: De 13 Satanische bloedlijnen deel 4

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DE 13 SATANISCHE BLOEDLIJNEN DEEL 4 is dus een apart boek en geen overname van de eerdere uitgaven met deze titel.  Deel 1,2 en 3 kunt u via onze webshop verkrijgen in één band als zijnde een omnibus.    

Bloedlijnen deel 4

5.5″ x 8.5″ (13.97 x 21.59 cm)
Black & White on White paper
262 pages
ISBN-13: 978-9079680702
ISBN-10: 9079680702
PRIJS € 22,50

Hoge politici in de greep van ultrageheime vrijmetselaarsloges
Onder het oppervlak van de officiële wereldpolitiek speelt zich een ingewikkeld maatschappelijk en intellectueel proces af.

Alle wereldbeslissingen, of het nu gaat om vluchtelingen, militaire missie’s, oorlogen, economische programma’s of wat voor crisis dan ook, worden eerst besproken en bepaald binnen besloten samenkomsten van ´ultrageheime´ transnationale vrijmetselaarsloges, waarvan zelfs vrijmetselaren van de hoogste graden geen kennis hebben.

De superloges staan onder supervisie van een elitaire globale elite die gevormd wordt door zeer exclusieve familie-dynastieën. Hun einddoel is een superstaat ofwel een technocratische werelddictatuur die ´vriendelijk´ de ’Nieuwe Wereldorde´ wordt genoemd.

De achter de schermen heersende elite bepaalt niet alleen wat politici op de hoogste niveaus van de wereldpolitiek, maar ook wat media mogols, financiers, industriëlen en de leiders van terroristische organisaties moeten doen en laten.

Wie een carrière in de politiek ambieert en de top wil bereiken dient lid te worden van de superloges. Stijgen op de politieke ladder is onmogelijk zonder deel uit te maken van één of meerdere van deze superloges.

Alle hoge politici uit de Verenigde Staten, Rusland, Israël, Iran, Saoedi-Arabië, China en Europa zijn lid van één of meerdere van de superloges. Niet alleen Vladimir Poetin, Angela Merkel, Emmanuel Macron, Tony Blair, George W. Bush, Hillary Clinton en Barack Obama, maar ook Jan Peter Balkenende, Mark Rutte en Jeroen Dijsselbloem zijn lid van de superloges.

Binnen de superloges vindt men bijvoorbeeld ook de naam van Mario Draghi, voorzitter van de Europese Centrale Bank. Hij is lid van vijf verschillende superloges. Ook directeur van het Internationaal Monetair Fonds, Christine Lagarde is lid.

Bovendien prominente Nederlanders: de president van de Nederlandse bank Klaas Knot en Ben van Beurden, CEO bij Rothschild´s ´Royal Dutch´.

Niet alleen Osama Bin Laden was lid van twee superloges, ook veel prominente leiders uit het Midden-Oosten hebben zich bij de superloges aangesloten: zes prinsen van Saoedi-Arabië, zes vooraanstaande Iraniërs en vier toonaangevende Israëliërs.

Andere persoonlijkheden binnen de superloges waren: John Dewey, John Maynard Keynes, Margaret Thatcher, Deng Xiaoping, Boris Jeltsin, Vladimir Lenin, de Sjah van Perzië, Moshe Dayan, Golda Meir, de anti-apartheidsleider Nelson Mandela, Mahatma Gandhi en Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli, de latere paus Johannes XXIII.

De nooit eerder gepubliceerde informatie in dit unieke boek, waartoe slechts een enkeling toegang heeft, stelt de lezer in staat te doorzien wat zich werkelijk achter de schermen van het wereldtoneel afspeelt en daar de patronen in te herkennen.
Vergeet de bekende Bilderberg-groep, de Trilaterale Commissie, net als de Bohemian Club, de Fabian Society, de Pelgrim’s Society, de Round Table, de Royal Institute for International Affairs en de Council of Foreign Relations, zij staan allemaal onder de ijzeren controle van de superloges.

Deze zogenaamde geheime genootschappen hebben alleen secundaire functies ten opzichte van de doelstellingen die de elite in strikte zin nastreeft. Ze hebben geen enkele beslissingsbevoegdheid. Deze verenigingen mogen verschillen in hun manier van communicatie, maar ze hebben alleen maar als taak om namens de superloges, waar de echte machtsvragen worden besproken, als bliksemafleiders te werken, door rookgordijnen op te werpen en allerlei andere afleidingsmanoeuvres te creëren.

 


Half of Humanity Believes In Aliens

Bron: ETH

Aangeleverd door: Spruitje

Half of Humanity Believes In Aliens

Half of Humanity Believes In Aliens

Nearly half of humans believe in alien life and want to make contact, a survey in 24 countries has found, in what researchers said helps to explain the lasting popularity of the “Star Wars” franchise 40 years after the first movie was screened.  On the eve of the release of “The Last Jedi”, researchers published findings that 47 percent of more than 26,000 respondents believe “in the existence of intelligent alien civilizations in the universe”. An even greater 61 percent said “yes” when asked if they believe in “some form of life on other planets”.

Roughly a quarter said they do not believe intelligent life exists beyond Earth, researchers at Glocalities said. Among those who believe we are not alone in the universe, 60 percent said we should try to seek contact with alien civilizations, it found. It was not the first survey to collect views on extraterrestrial beings — questionnaires in Germany, Britain and the United States have found similar rates — but researchers said this was the largest poll of its kind with such global reach. READ MORE


Heads of Turkey and France Urge US to Reverse Decision Regarding Jerusalem

Bron: ETH

Aangeleverd door: Spruitje

Heads of Turkey and France Urge US to Reverse Decision Regarding Jerusalem

Heads of Turkey and France Urge US to Reverse Decision Regarding Jerusalem

Turkey’s Tayyip Erdogan and France’s Emmanuel Macron will work together to try to persuade the United States to reconsider its decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, a Turkish presidential source said on Saturday.  The two leaders agreed during a phone call that the move is worrisome for the region, the source said, adding that Turkey and France would make a joint effort to try to reverse the US decision.

Erdogan also spoke on the phone to the presidents of Kazakhstan, Lebanon and Azerbaijan on Saturday regarding the issue, the source said. On Wednesday, he called an urgent meeting of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation in Turkey next week. President Donald Trump’s announcement on Wednesday has upset US allies in the West. At the United Nations, France, Italy, Germany, Britain and Sweden called on the United States to “bring forward detailed proposals for an Israeli-Palestinian settlement.”  READ MORE


NATO exonerates Slobedan Milosevic – 11 years after they killed him

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NATO exonerates Slobedan Milosevic – 11 years after they killed him

Clinton Serbia bombing NATO Slobodan Milosevic

11 years after his death the NATO farce at the Hague has ruled that Milosevic did not play a part in “genocide” and “joint criminal enterprise” in Bosnia, but have you heard this reported anywhere? (The charges for “genocide” in Kosovo were dropped at the original Milosevic trial already.)

Eleven years after his death, a second trial chamber at the UN War Crimes Tribunal in The Hague has concluded that Slobodan Milosevic was not responsible for war crimes committed in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

More than eleven years after his death, a second trial chamber at the UN War Crimes Tribunal in The Hague has concluded that former Serbian president Slobodan Milosevic was not responsible for war crimes committed in Bosnia where the worst atrocities associated with the break-up of Yugoslavia took place.

Buried in a footnote deep in the fourth volume of the judgment against Bosnian-Serb General Ratko Mladic, the judges unanimously conclude that “The evidence received by the trial chamber did not show that Slobodan Milosevic, Jovica Stanisic, Franko Simatovic, Zeljko Raznatovic, or Vojislav Seselj participated in the realization of the common criminal objective” to establish an ethnically-homogenous Bosnian-Serb entity through the commission of crimes alleged in the indictment. [1]

This is an important admission because practically the entire Western press corps and virtually every political leader in every Western country have spent the last 25 years telling us that Slobodan Milosevic was a genocidal monster cut from the same cloth as Adolf Hitler. We were told that he was the “Butcher of the Balkans,” but there was never any evidence to support those accusations. We were lied to in order to justify economic sanctions and NATO military aggression against the people of Serbia – just like they lied to us to justify the Iraq war.

This is the second successive trial chamber at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) to conclude that Slobodan Milosevic was not guilty of the most serious crimes he was accused of.

Last year, the Radovan Karadzic trial chamber also concluded that “the Chamber is not satisfied that there was sufficient evidence presented in this case to find that Slobodan Milosevic agreed with the common plan” to permanently remove Bosnian Muslims and Bosnian Croats from Bosnian Serb claimed territory. [2]

The Tribunal has done nothing to publicize these findings despite the fact that Slobodan Milosevic was accused of 66 counts of genocide, war crimes, and crimes against humanity by the Tribunal.

Milosevic died in the Tribunal’s custody before the conclusion of his own trial. He was found dead in his cell after suffering a heart attack in the UN Detention Unit two weeks after the Tribunal denied his request for provisional release so that he could have heart surgery that would have saved his life. [3]

Dr. Leo Bokeria, the coronary specialist who would have overseen Milosevic’s treatment at the Bakulev Medical Center, said: “If Milosevic was taken to any specialized Russian hospital, the more so to such a stationary medical institution as ours, he would have been subjected to coronographic examination, two stents would be made, and he would have lived for many long years to come. A person has died in our contemporary epoch, when all the methods to treat him were available and the proposals of our country and the reputation of our medicine were ignored. As a result, they did what they wanted to do.” [4]

Less than 72 hours before his death, Milosevic’s lawyer delivered a letter to the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs in which Milosevic expressed fear that he was being poisoned. [5]

The Tribunal’s inquiry into Milosevic’s death confirmed that Rifampicin (an unprescribed drug that would have compromised the efficacy of his high blood pressure medication) was found in one of his blood tests, but that that he was not informed of the results until months later “because of the difficult legal position in which Dr. Falke (the Tribunal’s chief medical officer) found himself by virtue of the Dutch legal provisions concerning medical confidentiality.” [6]

There are no Dutch legal provisions that prohibit a doctor from telling a patient the result of their own blood test, and U.S. diplomatic cables published by Wikileaks show that the Tribunal had zero regard for medical confidentiality laws when they gave detailed information about Slobodan Milosevic’s health and medical records to personnel at the US embassy in The Hague without his consent. [7]

Milosevic’s trial had been going badly for the prosecution. It was glaringly obvious to any fair-minded observer that he was innocent of the crimes he was accused of. James Bissett, Canada’s former ambassador to Yugoslavia, said Milosevic’s trial “had taken on all the characteristics of a Stalinist show trial.” George Kenny, who manned the U.S. State Department’s Yugoslavia desk, also denounced the Milosevic trial proceedings as “inherently unfair, amounting to little more than a political show trial.” [8]

The trial was a public relations disaster for the Tribunal. Midway through the Prosecution’s case, the London Times published an article smearing Slobodan Milosevic’s wife and lamenting the fact that “One of the ironies of Slobodan’s trial is that it has bolstered his popularity. Hours of airtime, courtesy of the televised trial, have made many Serbs fall in love with him again.” [9]

While the trial enhanced Milosevic’s favorability, it destroyed the Tribunal’s credibility with the Serbian public. The Serbian public had been watching the trial on television, and when the Serbian Human Rights Ministry conducted a public opinion poll three years into the trial it found that “three-quarters of Serbian citizens believe that The Hague Tribunal is a political rather than a legal institution.” [10]

Tim Judah, a well-known anti-Milosevic journalist and author, was dismayed as he watched the trial unfold. He wrote that “the trial of former Yugoslav president Slobodan Milosevic at The Hague is going horribly wrong, turning him in the eyes of the public from a villain charged with war crimes into a Serbian hero.” [11]

By late 2005, Milosevic’s detractors wanted the live broadcasts of the trial yanked off the air because it was not having the political effect that they had hoped it would. Political analyst Daniel Cveticanin wrote, “It seems that the coverage benefits more those it was supposed to expose than the Serbian public. [The] freedom-loving and democratic intentions of the live coverage have not produced [the] planned effects.” [12]

Milosevic’s supporters, on the other hand, were emphatic. They wanted the live broadcasts to continue because they knew he was innocent and they wanted the public to see that for themselves. [13]

Slobodan Milosevic’s exoneration, by the same Tribunal that killed him eleven years ago, is cold comfort for the people of Serbia. The Serbian people endured years of economic sanctions and a NATO bombing campaign against their country because of the unfounded allegations against their president.

Although the Tribunal eventually admitted that it didn’t have evidence against Slobodan Milosevic, its disreputable behavior should make you think twice before accepting any of its other findings.

References

[1] ICTY, Mladic Judgment, Vol. IV, 22 November 2017, Pg. 2090, Footnote 15357

http://www.icty.org/x/cases/mladic/tjug/en/171122-4of5_1.pdf

[2] ICTY, Karadzic Judgment, 24 March 2016, Para. 3460

http://www.icty.org/x/cases/karadzic/tjug/en/160324_judgement.pdf

[3] ICTY Case No. IT-02-54 Prosecutor v. Slobodan Milosevic, Decision on Assigned Counsel Request for Provisional Release, February 23, 2006

[4] “Milosevic Could Be Saved if He Was Treated in Russia – Bokeria,” Itar-Tass (Russia), March 15, 2006

[5] Text of Slobodan Milosevic’s Letter to the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs

http://www.slobodan-milosevic.org/news/sm030806.htm

[6] Judge Kevin Parker (Vice-President of the ICTY), Report to the President of the ICTY: Death of Slobodan Milosevic, May 2006; ¶ 31, 76

http://www.icty.org/x/cases/slobodan_milosevic/custom2/en/parkerreport.pdf

[7] U.S. State Dept. Cable #03THEHAGUE2835_a, “ICTY: An Inside Look Into Milosevic’s Health and Support Network”

https://wikileaks.org/plusd/cables/03THEHAGUE2835_a.html

[8] “Milosevic trial delayed as witnesses refuse to testify,” The Irish Times, September 18, 2004

[9] “Listening to Lady Macbeth,” Sunday Times (London), January 5, 2003

[10] “Public Opinion Firmly Against Hague,” B92 News (Belgrade), August 2, 2004

[11] Tim Judah, “Serbia Backs Milosevic in Trial by TV – Alarm as Former President Gains the Upper Hand in War Crimes Tribunal,” The Observer (London), March 3, 2002

[12] “Debate Opens in Serbia Over Live Coverage of Milosevic War Crimes Trial,” Associated Press Worldstream, September 22, 2005

[13] “Serbian NGO Opposes Decision to Drop Live Broadcast of Milosevic Trial,” BBC Monitoring International Reports, October 8, 2003; Source: FoNet news agency, Belgrade, in Serbian 1300 gmt 8 Oct 03; See Also: “Serbia: Milosevic Sympathisers Protest Inadequate Coverage of Trial,” BBC Worldwide Monitoring, June 10, 2002; Source: RTS TV, Belgrade, in Serbo-Croat 1730 gmt 10 Jun 02

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