Ex-CIA agent resigns from fund after sharing article blaming Jews for US wars

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Valerie Plame Wilson, a former CIA agent and author, announced that she was resigning as board member of a prominent American foundation, after she came under fire for tweeting a link last week to an article that argued that American Jews were a driving force behind US wars.

Wilson had initially defended the piece, urging followers on Thursday to “put aside” any biases and read the article — titled “America’s Jews are driving America’s wars” — but then apologized profusely, saying she had “messed up” and had only “skimmed this piece.”

On Sunday, in a series of posts, she said she was resigning from the Ploughshares Fund.

“Actions have consequences, and while I have been honored to serve on the board of the Ploughshares Fund…to avoid detracting from their mission, I have resigned,” Wilson said in consecutive tweets.

“I take full responsibility for my thoughtless and hurtful actions, and there…

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Orwell Sue – The story of the slaves in America

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Orwell Sue – The story of the slaves in America begins with Christopher Columbus. His Voyage to America was not financed by Queen Isabella but by Luis de Santangelo, who advanced the sum of 17,000 ducats (about 5,000 pounds-today equal to 50.000 pounds) to finance the voyage. Which began on August 3, 1492. Columbus was accompanied by live ‘maranos’ (Jews who had forsworn their religion and supposedly became Catholics). Luis de Torres. Interpreter. Marco. The surgeon, Bernal, the physician, Alonzo de la Calle and Gabriel Sanchez. (Ref. ‘The International Jew’ by Henry Ford).

Gabriel Sanchez. Abetted by the other four Jews. Sold Columbus on the idea of capturing 500 Indians and selling them as slaves in Seville. Spain, which was done. Columbus did not receive of the money from the sale of the slaves but he became the victim of a conspiracy fostered by Bernal, the ship’s doctor. He…

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Nancy Pelosi Run Off Stage at Press Conference [VIDEO]


Published on Sep 19, 2017

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Good morning, I’m still reporting on: Nancy Pelosi Run Off Stage at Press Conference, 1795

Synopsis: Yesterday in San Francisco, Nancy Pelosi was shouted down by the very dreamers she was there to have a press conference about urging passage of the Dream Act to protect the children of illegals from deportation.
About 60 so-called “Dreamers” mounted the stage shouting, “All of us or none of us,” and “Democrats deport”. The raucous group managed to shout down all attempts to proceed with the carefully orchestrated event.
After an hour of noisy chanting and speech-making on the part of the Dreamers, Pelosi and two Democrat colleagues gave up and left the venue through a back door.
This demonstrates yet another step in the decline of civility in the…

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Football players at US Christian college charged in anti-Muslim beating

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CHICAGO — Five football players at a private US Christian college have been charged in connection with a hazing incident that allegedly included anti-Muslim taunts and left a student half-naked on a baseball field in the middle of the night with injuries requiring surgeries.

The football players at Wheaton College, located in a Chicago suburb, were charged with aggravated battery, unlawful restraint and mob action, the prosecutor’s office told AFP on Tuesday.

Almost all of the charges are felonies, with the most serious carrying a sentence of two to five years in prison, DuPage County States Attorney spokesman Paul Darrah said.

The accused are currently listed as members of Wheaton’s football team — one of the top US collegiate football programs: James Cooksey, Kyler Kregel, Benjamin Pettway, Noah Spielman and Samuel TeBos.

They are accused of abducting a freshman teammate in 2016, beating him and leaving him with two…

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