Who decided to slash through the forest just to denote an artificial border?
For 1,270 miles (2,043 km.) a section of the U.S./Canadian border is formed by the 49th parallel. A 20-foot (6 meter) wide clear-cut (or “vista”) demarcates the line along with 912 survey markers. As the world’s longest straight international boundary, this section of the border runs from the Lake of the Woods (Minnesota/Manitoba) to the waters of the Pacific (Washington/British Columbia). In 1992, I traveled by foot and bicycle along and nearby the course of this line. As a result of my travels, a substantial body of artwork and a documentary video were produced. The video is available on DVD for $17 (includes shipping in U.S. & Canada).
I sent this creator a few bucks – this is an issue I’ve always followed since the days of PW Botha.
Besides destroying Iraq so it can be rebuilt in the West’s image, one goal was to bring many immigrants (many highly skilled) to America.
Will the intelligence agencies ever tell us the truth? Can the public handle it?
Man has been ruled by one method and one method alone…capitulation. Pressures are added to society. Patriotism acts like a force to serve masters that have none. In this episode, we examine several areas where this method is incubated, nurtured, and practiced. Enjoy.
* Duration: 1:03h
* Published: 2017-03-07 2:03:33 AM
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Watch this video https://youtu.be/Kxryv2XrnqM
… and put the puzzle pieces together for why the USA occupies Afghanistan and probably will forever.
Just this month, American geologists working with the Pentagon team have been conducting ground surveys on dry salt lakes in western Afghanistan where they believe there are large deposits of lithium. Pentagon officials said that their initial analysis at one location in Ghazni Province showed the potential for lithium deposits as large of those of Bolivia, which now has the world’s largest known lithium reserves.
Here’s someone who says oil isn’t going anywhere:
Motor Mouth: Facts are superfluous to the EV crowd
Just this. Automobility — and conferences of its ilk — are supposedly the automobile industry’s best foot forward, where the brightest minds in the business meet to discuss and, yes, argue about what the future of personal transportation five, 10 and even 20 years hence might look like. That’s what they’re supposed to be.
Will Muslim immigrants succumb to the same anti reproduction propaganda that has the native western women closing their wombs?
Since when has voting for president made any difference? The cabal that runs the world via their NGOs and corporations doesn’t care what puppet is distracting the public. If voting made a difference it would be illegal. You of all people should know that Minister!Test for your readers: What famous leader said ““An election is no time to discuss serious issues”” ?
Source: The Donald — Greater Fool – Authored by Garth Turner – The Troubled Future of Real Estate
They all work for the same Queen, who works for the same mega-controllers of the planet. Easy to see.
These were words uttered recently by 1) Stephen Harper, Canada; 2) David Cameron, United Kingdom; and 3) Tony Abbott, Australia.Their similarities are revealing. What links these three leaders, apart from their common ideology, is a remarkably identical — and extreme — approach to the challenges of today’s Middle East. In fact, there are growing signs that these politicians, all comrades in arms, are quietly working from the same playbook.After all, the formula is simple: Wildly exaggerate the actual threat. Inflame the rhetoric. Blame Muslims. Brush aside issues of human rights. And strap in — while the votes flow your way. It is a clever way to distract voters from more immediate and genuine threats, such as climate change and the economy.
Source: Why Harper (and friends) are a bigger threat than IS: Burman | Toronto Star
Fred thinks so.
Unstable countries are unstable, this not always being obvious in those countries, and then comes a man on a horse. The United States, methinks, is not particularly stable.