Friday, July 7, 2017

2017 Hamburg G20 Summit

Parts of Hamburg are under a blanket of black smoke.  G20 protesters in the German city started a huge inferno as the summit of world leaders kicks off.  Hundreds of left wing anarchists started fires and clashed with police.  At least 29 activists are now under arrest and more than 150 policemen are injured.
Earlier, during the press photo session, Trump told the media that "President Putin and I have been discussing various things, and I think it's going very well."

“We've had some very, very good talks, we are going to have a talk now and obviously that will continue,” Trump added, saying there are hopes of “a lot of very positive things happening.”

“It's an honor to be with you, thank you,” Trump concluded, offering his hand to Putin.

"I’m delighted to be able to meet you personally Mr. President,” Putin countered. “And I hope, as you have said, our meeting will yield positive result."

The US and Russia have agreed on a ceasefire in southwest Syria, set to take effect on July 9th at noon Damascus time, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has announced.

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Back To The G20 Protest

Many protesters know why they are going to the streets, there are over 100,000 anti-capitalists in Hamburg protesting the G20 summit of world leaders.  The rest do not know what demonstrations are and destroy that foreign (expensive) property.  Please, what has the destruction to do with G20 ...?  We've seen this type of crisis acting before.

This is ridiculous, it's obvious that this particular group is supported by KAOS Inc.

Extinguisher TV

How will it End?

We're seeing a fall back on ISIS strongholds led by the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) Tiger Forces.  Since the release of the 28 page, 9/11 congressional hearing Saudi's are being sued by the 9/11 families and pointing a finger at Qatar for supporting terrorist.  Yet the influx of refugees flowing into countries around the world is helping the terrorists cause in fronts like the Philippines.  You're telling me that ISIS, a desert group has sailed to the Philippines to end the lives of religious faith of Christians?  Mindanao (southern Philippines) has long been home to insurgencies, but the advent of this coalition, which is more ideological and has close links to Islamist abroad than any local group before it.

Pro-autonomy armed rebellions have been active in Mindanao since the 1970s.

A question to the Old Zen Master, how will it end? "we shall see".

Mortifer V.

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