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I show in this article how the ‘refugee crisis’ has been rigged, from start to finish, in a kind of multi-pincer movement which is using mass theatre and false social science to create a delusion in the minds of the masses.
 It’s a complex web that has been weaved; so I’ve broken it down to its simplest components with links for those who want to drill down deeper. So where did it all begin? I find it ironic that many who support open borders and mass migration tell those who can see disaster writ large in such folly that they’re “stuck in the past” and that they should “move into the 21st century”. They don’t realise that they’re mind programmed victims of a staged roll-out of an agenda that follows a plan originally cooked up around 100 years ago, known as the Coudenhove-Kalergi plan.
The Kalergi plan's aim is the genocide of the white peoples of Europe; to replace the whites with the mixed brown races. Those who support its aims are rewarded annually with Coudenhove-Kalergi E…

Russian Aerospace Forces destroy ISIS oil refining stations

The Russian Aerospace Forces, in cooperation with Syrian army air forces, carried out 468 sorties targeting 1,354 terrorist targets in the Syrian provinces of Aleppo, Raqqa, Lattakia, Homs, Hama, and Deir Ezzor during the past week, a military source told SANA.

The source said the sorties resulted in killing 17 terrorists in Kanasba in Lattakia countryside who had been crossing the borders from Turkey, destroying ammo and fuel depots in Aleppo countryside, in addition to destroying 17 vehicles and killing more than 50 terrorists in Daraa countryside.

The sorties also destroyed two machinegun-equipped vehicles and killed 10 ISIS members in al-Qadahat valley in Homs countryside, destroying 8 artillery pieces and a truck with a trailer filled with explosives in Hama countryside, the source added.

The source said that the Russian airstrikes destroyed 23 terrorist targets in Deir Ezzor province, as well as oil refining stations for ISIS in Raqqa countryside.

Since the beginning of their operat…

Islamic State Goes on Killing Rampage at Holy Site

At least 45 people were killed and around 110 others wounded in three bomb blasts near a revered Shia shrine in south of the Syrian capital Damascus. 
Hezbollah is a staunch ally of Syria's President Bashar Assad and has dispatched fighters to bolster his troops against the uprising that began in March 2011 with anti-government protests. The head of the Syrian government delegation says the opposition is not serious about what are meant to be U.N.-hosted indirect peace talks and is trying to derail them with preconditions. "If the regime insists on continuing to commit these crimes then the HNC delegation's presence in Geneva will not be justified", coordinator Riad Hijab warned in a statement in Arabic posted online Saturday. 
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has urged all sides to put the interests of Syrians above their own. Despite the opposition coalition's move toward joining the Geneva talks, analysts are pessimistic.Nadim Shehadi of the Fletcher School o…

At Least 45 Killed in Syria Bombing Attack

Official news agency Sana said the first blast was caused by a auto bomb that detonated at a bus station near the shrine, which both Iran and Lebanon's militant group Hezbollah have vowed to defend. Earlier the Interior Ministry had reported at least 45 dead and 110 people wounded, while state television showed footage of burning buildings and wrecked cars in the neighbourhood. The golden-domed Shiite shrine itself was not damaged. A source familiar with the incident told Xinhua that 76 people were killed in the explosions, adding that the death toll could rise as tens of wounded people were critical. 
The bombings were "clearly aimed to disrupt the attempts to start a political process" in Geneva, said European Union foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini. Since the conflict began in March 2011, more than 260,000 people have been killed and half of the country's population have fled their homes, with millions exiled to neighbouring countries and beyond. Following …