#10052849 at 2020-07-23 09:11:47 (UTC+1) Q Research General #12865: Three Gorges Dam Watch Edition
Zero National News Networks, Including Fox News, Are Covering Photo of BLM Supporters Kneeling on White Baby's Neck
The grandmother of the two year old boy in the viral photograph of Black Lives Matter supporters kneeling on his neck tells the Gateway Pundit that zero national news outlets have reached out to the family. In the photo, a man named Isaiah Jackson is seen kneeling on the neck of his girlfriend's two year old son as another person holds down the diaper-clad baby's feet. The photo was captioned with "Blm now mf."
Not even Fox News has bothered to contact them to cover this story and local media is blurring the face of the man and refusing to publish his name unless formal charges are filed. A kindness that has not been granted to people like Amy Cooper, who was doxed and had to flee New York City after a rage mob targeted her for calling the police on a black man. When asked by the Gateway Pundit if any national news had contacted them yet, the child's paternal grandmother said "nope, they sure haven't." She believes that this case is not being covered thoroughly because it doesn't make Black Lives Matter look good.
The Clark County Sheriff's Office in Ohio has launched an investigation over the photo and confirmed to the Gateway Pundit on Wednesday that they will be filing charges against those involved. Maj. ChristopherClark from the Clark County Sheriff's Office also confirmed to the Gateway Pundit that Jackson is now in custody. He was taken in on a probation violation while they decide what to charge him with in relation to the photo. "They don't want any chance of their being a possibility of the charges being dismissed," Maj. Clark said. "They want to make sure whatever case they put on him is rock solid."
"I'm confident, 100 percent confident, that there will be charges brought against these individuals. It's just a matter of making sure that our investigation is thorough and complete so that we file a charge that will stick and be convictable in court," Maj. Clark told TGP. They have not yet determined if the charges Jackson faces will be misdemeanors or felonies, or what level felony they are potentially looking at. "We're waiting on our prosecutor's office to make a decision on what level of charges and which type of charges to put on that individual," Maj. Clark explained. "What we're looking at on our end are charges related to child endangerment, possibly domestic violence, assault, that sort of thing. The big one we are looking at though would be a child endangerment type charge."
Maj. Clark said that they have interviewed the mother and that she was home at the time the photograph was taken, but was not in the room. When asked if she may potentially face charges as well, he said that is something that the prosecutor's office is reviewing. Just like with the case of Jessica Whitaker, who was killed by Black Lives Matter supporters for saying "All Lives Matter" during an altercation, the mainstream media does not want you to know about this case. Stories of public interest that make their darling Black Lives Matter look bad are deemed unimportant and insignificant, but they aren't. Good thing the dissident media is here to pick up their slack.
#5540571 at 2019-03-06 20:08:50 (UTC+1) Q Research General #7084: Rule of Law Edition
Goes with Harvey FBI raid
A plea for help in Harvey
On July 31, three members of the Harvey City Council - ChristopherClark, Joseph Whittington and Shirley Drewenski - signed a letter pleading with influential public officials to intervene "in whatever way" to stop what they see as corruption, lawlessness and financial mismanagement in their city. The aldermen begged for help from more than a dozen elected officials and agency heads - from Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan to Illinois Comptroller Leslie Munger to FBI Director James Comey to President Barack Obama
#4933998 at 2019-01-28 03:24:26 (UTC+1) Q Research General #6299: Grand Jury Edition
Texas ex-teacher who joined ISIS indicted on terror-related charge
A Texas man captured in Syria – where he said he joined the Islamic State – has been brought back to the U.S. on a terrorism-related charge.
Warren ChristopherClark, 34, appeared before a judge Friday in Houston Federal Court on an indictment accusing him of attempting to provide material support to the terrorist group. The judge ordered Clark held without bail pending a detention hearing Wednesday, according to reports.
U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces gave Clark to the FBI after announcing his capture earlier this month.
The George Washington University's Program on Extremism found Clark had sent ISIS a resume seeking a job as an English teacher.
Lansing man charged with supporting ISIS told investigators he didn't mean it in his heart
In a hearing before Magistrate Judge Phillip Green, Dunham detailed the more than two-year investigation, which he opened in December 2016, that led to Monday's arrest of Haji, Mohamud Abdikadir Muse, and Muse Abdikadir Muse.
Mohamud Muse, 23, and Muse Muse, 20, are brothers, officials said. Haji is their brother-in-law and cousin. All three were born in Kenya - Muse in a Somali refugee camp, Dunham said - and have lived in Lansing since at least late 2016.
Bob Kolt, a Lansing School District spokesperson, confirmed that records show Haji entered Otto Middle School in 2005 and graduated from Sexton High School in 2011. Muse Muse entered Eastern High School on Sept. 6, 2016 and graduated a year later, Kolt said. There are no records, Kolt said, that indicate Mohamud ever attended a school in the district.
#4632650 at 2019-01-06 23:23:02 (UTC+1) Q Research General #5910: Germany Losing Stranglehold Edition
Former Fort Bend substitute teacher reportedly captured among ISIS militants in Syria
A former Fort Bend substitute teacher who applied to teach English for the Islamic State overseas has reportedly been captured in Syria by Kurdish rebels.
Warren ChristopherClark, 34, who used the nom de guerre Abu Mohammad al-Ameriki, along with five other alleged ISIS supporters, including another American man, an Irish man and two Pakistanis, according to an online news release Sunday from the Syrian Democratic Forces.
#4629102 at 2019-01-06 19:58:36 (UTC+1) Q Research General #5906: "I may declare a National Emergency" Edition
Delegated by President al-Assad, Azzam congratulates Armenian Orthodox denomination on Christmas
Delegated by President Bashar al-Assad, Minister of Presidential Affairs Mansour Azzam offered congratulations to the Armenian Orthodox denomination which follows the Eastern Orthodox liturgical calendar on the occasion of Christmas.
Russia Reveals Number of Its Soldiers Supporting Assad
New statistics reveal the number of foreign fighters who were brought into Syria to support the Bashar al-Assad regime and to increase their combat experience. They indicate that more than 68,000 Russian soldiers, led by 460 generals are performing operations in Syria.
Heads of Russia's General Staff, US JCS discuss Syria - Russian Defense Ministry
"On January 4, there was a telephone conversation between the chief of the General Staff of Russia's Armed Forces, General of the Army Valery Gerasimov and chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Joseph Dunford. The two men exchanged opinion of the situation in Syria and struggle against terrorism and discussed other crucial issues of mutual interest," the Defense Ministry said. "The sides reaffirmed the importance of maintaining the existing channel of communication".
Authorities seize amounts of weapons left by terrorists in Homs countryside
Syrian Democratic Forces Capture Five Foreign Terrorists, Including Two Americans, In Euphrates Valley
34-year old Warren ChristopherClark, known as Abu Mohammad al-Ameriki, from Houston, U.S.;
-35-year old Zaid Abed al-Hamid, known as Abu Zaid al-Ameriki, from the U.S.;
-45-year old Alexandr Ruzmatovich Bekmirzaev, from Dublin, ?reland;
-48-year old Fadel al-Rahman Cad, known as Abu Enam al-Muhajir, from Lahor, Pakistan;
-19-year old Abed al-Azem Rajhoud, known as Abu Omea al-Pakistani, from Sialkot, Pakistan.
Hay'at Tahrir Al-Sham Enters Another Town In Western Aleppo And Neutralizes Two Turkish-Backed Groups
Atarib was under the control of two Turkish-backed groups, Thuwar al-Sham and Byariq al-Islam. Both groups are affiliated with the Nour al-Din al-Zenki Movement, which was defeated by HTS a day earlier.
By the late hours of the day, HTS managed to break the will of the militias defending the town and forced them to accept a surrender agreement, according to the Iba'a news network. Under the agreement, HTS will take over the town, while Thuwar al-Sham and Byariq al-Islam will be dissolved. Turkish-backed militants were also banned from entering Atarib.
Senior Kurdish Official: Deal With Damascus Is Inevitable, Kurdish Forces May Join Syrian Army
Reaching a solution between the autonomous administration and the Syrian government is inevitable because our areas are part of Syria," Redur Khalil told the AFP.
We still have some differences with the central government, which need negotiations with international support," Khalil said.
Military Situation In Southeastern Syria On January 5-6, 2019
Another U-Turn: U.S. May Keep Troops In Al-Tanaf Base
According to the official, National Security Advisor John Bolton, who is on a trip to the Middle East, will take the opinions of Jordanian and Israeli officials before deciding next steps, including how important the base is and whether it has to stay in its current location.
#4627579 at 2019-01-06 18:35:15 (UTC+1) Q Research General #5904: Eye for an Eye, USS Cole Payback Edition
Two Americans - Including One Texan - Captured in Syria Fighting for ISIS
Warren ChristopherClark sent a resume to ISIS volunteering to teach English in the caliphate capital.
The two Americans along with three other terrorists were planning a missile attack on innocent civilians when they were captured.
Clark was named in a George Washington University study as one of at least 64 Americans from 16 states who had traveled to Iraq and Syria since 2011 to join jihadist groups.
FOX News reported:
Two Americans were among five ISIS fighters recently captured in eastern Syria, according to a spokesman for the U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces.
The Americans were identified as Warren ChristopherClark (aka Abu Mohammad al-Ameriki) of Houston, and Zaid Abed al-Hamid (aka Abu Zaid al-Ameriki), originally from the U.S., but no specific location was reported.
Clark was identified in an NBC News report last February as an American who had sent his resume to ISIS, in hopes of joining the terror group.
"We are aware of open source reports of reportedly American citizens currently in custody who were believed to be fighting for ISIS," Navy Cmdr. Sean Robertson, a Pentagon spokesman, told Fox News in a statement. "However, we are unable to confirm this information at this time. The incident is under investigation."
#3900471 at 2018-11-14 18:20:41 (UTC+1) Q Research General #4960: Northern Winds Edition
Britain and France conspired to start World War I
We are now before the 100th anniversary of World War I, the war that was supposed to end all wars. While honoring the 16 million who died in this conflict, we should also condemn the memory of the politicians, officials and incompetent generals who created this horrendous blood bath.
The continuation of this conflict, World War II, killed more people and brought more destruction on civilians in firebombed cities but, at least for me, World War I holds a special horror and poignancy. This war was not only an endless nightmare for the soldiers in their pestilential trenches, it also violently ended the previous 100 years of glorious European civilization, one of mankind's most noble achievements.
Professor ChristopherClark in his brilliant book, 'The Sleepwalkers' shows how officials and politicians in Britain and France conspired to transform Serbia's murder of Austro-Hungary's Crown Prince into a continent-wide conflict. France burned for revenge for its defeat in the 1870 Franco-Prussian War and loss of Alsace-Lorraine. Britain feared German commercial and naval competition. At the time, the British Empire controlled one quarter of the world's surface. Italy longed to conquer Austria-Hungary's South Tyrol. Turkey feared Russia's desire for the Straits. Austria-Hungary feared Russian expansion.
Britain kept stirring the pot, determined to defeat commercial and colonial rival, Germany. The rush to war became a gigantic clockwork that no one could stop. All sides believed a war would be short and decisive. Crowds of fools chanted 'On to Berlin' or 'On to Paris.'
Few at the time understood the impending horrors of modern war or the geopolitical demons one would release. The 1904 Russo-Japanese War offered a sharp foretaste of the 1914 conflict, but Europe's grandees paid scant attention.
Even fewer grasped how the collapse of the antiquated Ottoman and Austro-Hungarian Empires would send Europe and the Mideast into dangerous turmoil that persists to our day. Or how a little-known revolutionary named Lenin would shatter Imperial Russia and turn it into the world's most murderous state.
#2814381 at 2018-08-31 12:08:34 (UTC+1) Q Research General #3556: BIG! Edition
A history book 2 decades ago wasnt including 9/11 to start with.
regarding WW1 / WW2
I know for sure that in the last 10 years the hypothesis that WW1 wasnt only Germany's fault has gone mainstream. For example ChristopherClark: "The Sleepwalkers" portraits WW1 as a multiple cause event. Dont know if he is talking about Rothschilds financing all sides too in there, its a biiiig book.