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Episode 794 – JoAnne and James Moriarty

Thursday August 17th 2017

In this edition we welcome back JoAnne and James Moriarty to continue to tell the truth about the Libyan War and how to see through false flag operations; drawing parallels along the way with what happened in Libya contrasted to the United States presently, and going into detail about Italy’s colonization efforts in Libya, unknown Libyan resources, and the solution for peace through the native tribes.

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18 Responses to Episode 794 – JoAnne and James Moriarty

  1. Dale August 23, 2017 at 6:48 pm #

    Great interview with the Moriartys, John…..as usual, you listen intently and ask all the questions your informed audience is hoping you will ask….that is why you have so few peers. If you will notice, twenty minutes into the interview they talk about the influx of radical muslims into not only our country but all the others. The building of mosques and the weapons that are being held in them…. rings a bell about the third world war that Albert Pike said must be fomented that me and you talked about, no? Of course they were also correct about this Babylonian debt slavery system of using labor to move fiat currency “loaned” to countries by extending credit that is created out of a few keystrokes on a computer screen by these zionist/Illuminati/globalist bankers.

    Keep up the great work, John…….you are making a huge difference and we have your back.

  2. Patricia Vogel August 19, 2017 at 1:58 am #

    Just so you know John B…PETA really stands for People Eating Tasty Animals. 🙂

  3. Sandra Villarreal August 18, 2017 at 6:21 pm #

    John B., I remember your last remarkable interview with JoAnn & James, and this is one is just as profound.

    Thank you, and I thank them. God Bless you all. The truth will prevail.

  4. Mark August 18, 2017 at 12:34 pm #

    Thank you J.B. another home run. Wouldn’t have had any idea this is going on in Libra. According to your guest, they always seam to be a step ahead of us, There is no way the average person can have a clue about all the shit that is going on. Everything seems so normal with the talk of all the B.S. little things going on so simple. I tuned in to Fox news and in Waters World a big story is that people are so upset that Mr.Trump won, they are hiring people to come to their home and Cuddle them. This is Fox News fare and also full of B.S. too. All they talk about is the Fake Media and to the credit of Tucker & Hannity they are at least are exposing the Left and fake news, but that’s about it except when they get their hands on some Terrorist attack that they spend all day and days after showing the same story on every channel. Nothing of substance. I hate the idea of civil war especially when the people promoting it are unemployed actors that are being paid to start this war while the elites sit back and watch. We need some way to inform everyone about everything that is going on all in one short interview or flyer or what ever, then a way they can see all the sources too back up the subjects. I don’t know the answer but I am just trying to brainstorm. Again God Bless us All.

  5. John Wieczerza August 18, 2017 at 6:42 am #

    Why do I keep getting a message that says “Sorry Video will be available for viewing shortly”. But I can view the video on youtube. What gives?

    • Olas Manns August 18, 2017 at 12:38 pm #

      John,
      The video files are large files and they take longer to render and upload. You will see that message on an episode as they are rendering and being uploaded. Once the operation is complete they will appear on the episode page. Try refreshing the page and you should see the video there once it has rendered.

  6. ROLAND EDGAR August 18, 2017 at 4:37 am #

    This is how you get involved: Stay STUMM and you deserve your fate. In terms of USA YOU ARE ABOUT TO HAVE A CIVIL WAR

    Here in Europe the USA is GOADING RUSSIA to fight WW3, Same as in WW1 and WW2

    USA TRASH like McCAIN, OBAMA, CLINTON, SOROS CRIMINAL TRASH on a mission of murder on European and Russian soil.

    Meanwhile in the USA you are a bunch NEANDERTHAL HALF WITS who are being LED to YOUR OWN DESTRUCTION.

    WAKE UP.

    From: DERGROSSEN@aol.com
    To: federica.mogherini@ec.europa.eu
    Sent: 8/18/2017 10:22:20 A.M. GMT Daylight Time
    Subj: RF Press Releases

    Ma’am RF Embassy WA DC USA press release

    Excerpts from Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov’s and answers to media questions at a joint press conference following talks with Foreign Minister of Bolivia Fernando Huanacuni Mamani

    Question: In a conversation yesterday with your Chinese colleague, Wang Yi, you again noted that it would be unacceptable to use force to resolve the crisis on the Korean Peninsula and stressed Moscow’s readiness to strengthen coordination with Beijing in the settlement process. Does this coordination imply certain economic steps, or is it just about diplomatic steps?

    Sergey Lavrov: With regard to using our influence on Pyongyang in order to make it comply with the well-known UN Security Council resolutions, we are deeply convinced that the economic pressure has practically run its course. We cannot support the ideas that some of our partners continue to nurture, which literally seek to strangle North Korea economically with all the negative, tragic humanitarian ramifications for the people of the DPRK.

    We operate on the premise that all of the UN Security Council resolutions without exception, which have already introduced serious economic measures, contain the Security Council’s obligations to continue supporting the process of returning to political talks and seeking a peaceful diplomatic settlement on the Korean Peninsula. All economic measures of influence imposed by the Security Council for several years have been implemented by the UN member states, and the UN Security Council’s call and commitment to the parties concerned to pay attention to the political track has, in fact, been ignored. Russia and China believe that this is wrong, and even harmful and dangerous.

    So, we have come up with a joint initiative that includes the well-known “double freeze” principle: North Korea will not test nuclear weapons and missiles, and the United States and the Republic of Korea will not conduct large-scale exercises in this region. I am aware of the US response to this “double freeze” principle. They believe that legal cannot be exchanged for illegal. However, this is not about getting stuck in being right or thinking about certain falsely understood issues of prestige, but about the future of this region and hundreds of thousands of people who, according to experts, may be affected in case of hostilities, which Washington or Pyongyang never stop threatening. Recently, this rhetoric has somewhat subsided.

    Perhaps we should at least hope that the hotheads calm down a little. In conjunction with the People’s Republic of China, we will push for compliance with the UN Security Council resolutions, which talk about the need to return to the political process. The UNSC economic measures have never been taken in isolation from the recognition of the need for a peaceful settlement. Our joint proposals with China are included in the joint statement of July 4, which deals exclusively with political and diplomatic steps.

    Question: What can you say about Iranian President Hassan Rouhani’s statement that Tehran may walk away from the nuclear programme agreement if Washington continues to put Iran under pressure? What is Moscow’s attitude to Iran’s decision to increase its missile programme budget?

    Sergey Lavrov: The missile programme budget is basically Iran’s business. It is not prohibited from having this programme. There are no legal bans in UN Security Council resolutions on this issue.
    As for Iranian President Hassan Rouhani’s statement that Tehran may quit the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) that was concluded to resolve the situation around Iran’s nuclear programme, I hope this won’t take place. I also hope the United States will not violate its JCPOA commitments, either.
    As is known, in line with the periodic reviews mandated by US law, the United States has certified that Iran is meeting its commitments under the JCPOA. However, in parallel Washington has imposed new unilateral sanctions on Iran. It explained that these sanctions do not concern Iran’s nuclear programme or the JCPOA but reflect US discontent with Tehran’s actions in other areas, including human rights and its conduct in the region. There may be only one response to this. Unilateral sanctions are unacceptable in principle and irresponsible if they are used to change in one’s favour a well-calibrated balance (as is the case with the Iran nuclear deal) because they may upset this balance. One shouldn’t resort to such provocations because the matter deals not even with national interests of a country but with an enormous region where we are interested in ensuring a nuclear-free status.

    Now I would like to make the second point in this context. We have suggested reaching an honest deal more than once – if a package of economic measures of influence on any country be it the DPRK or Iran is being agreed upon in the UN Security Council and a resolution is adopted, all parties should assume commitments to limit themselves to this negotiated package of sanctions and not to come up with unilateral restrictions so as to make up for what has not become part of the collective package. The Americans are vehemently opposed although it is hard to reject this principle. It will remain an urgent imperative. We will continue upholding it in all subsequent discussions and have already made corresponding statements at the UN Security Council consultations. This is a position of principle shared by many of our partners. (END)

    LONDON UK RF Press Releases

    PRESS RELEASES AND NEWS
    17.08.2017
    Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov’s remarks and answers to media questions at a joint press conference following talks with Foreign Minister of Bolivia Fernando Huanacuni Mamani, Moscow, August 16, 2017

    Ladies and gentlemen,

    My Bolivian colleague, Foreign Minister of Bolivia Fernando Huanacuni Mamani, and I had constructive and intensive talks.

    The minister of the multi-ethnic state of Bolivia conveyed the message of the president of that country Evo Morales to President Putin. We reiterated our countries’ commitment to expanding our partnership across all areas.

    We discussed the state of our bilateral relations. We have a rich and multifaceted agenda. We noted the very good dynamics of the political dialogue, and the successful implementation of the agreements reached last year during the visit to Russia of Mr Mamani’s predecessor as foreign minister of Bolivia. Everything that the presidents discussed, and everything we agreed upon between our respective foreign, economic, and social ministries, as well as our companies, is being implemented at a fairly steady pace.

    Our economic ties have good potential. All existing opportunities, as well as the projects that we need to implement, were reviewed during a meeting of the Intergovernmental Commission on Trade and Economic Cooperation. The participants noted good prospects in the field of energy, which in fact we confirmed today. In July, Gazprom signed a letter of intent with the national oil and gas company of Bolivia. Rosatom and Bolivia are finalising a number of contracts and a programme for strategic cooperation in the sphere of nuclear energy for peaceful purposes, including the construction of a nuclear research centre using Russian technology. Our energy companies are interested in supplying equipment for the thermal power stations and hydroelectric power stations being built in Bolivia, and upgrading the existing ones. Considering that Bolivia’s development plans provide for an increase in the share of new energy sources, including geothermal, solar and wind power, RusHydro is ready to provide the corresponding technology. We discussed this today as well. We believe that our specialised departments and companies have something to work on specifically in this field.

    Speaking of energy, we discussed multilateral dimensions of our interaction, primarily within the framework of the Gas Exporting Countries Forum, the next summit of which will be held in Bolivia in November. We will do our best to help our Bolivian friends make this summit a success, clearly formulating a further programme of actions aimed at ensuring an equitable balance of interests of gas producers and consumers.

    We see an increase in mutual interest in investment projects in the petrochemical, agricultural, transportation and other spheres. Contacts between the regions of Russia and Bolivia are getting stronger. Today, we spoke about good prospects for deepening military-technical cooperation. An intergovernmental commission is also operating in this area, which will meet in Moscow this month.

    There is mutual interest in developing contacts in the humanitarian and cultural spheres. Our Bolivian friends are interested to prepare their specialists at Russian universities. Such cooperation is developing. Experts are being trained both in civil and law enforcement specialties, primarily in the sphere of combating terrorism and drug trafficking. On a separate note, training of nuclear energy personnel will expand.

    We discussed international problems and stated our identical positions on the overwhelming majority of these urgent matters on the international agenda. Both of our countries are consistent advocates of a just and stable polycentric global arrangement on the basis of international law and the world’s cultural and civilisational diversity. Russia and Bolivia are united in denouncing the attempts to undermine the objective process of shaping a multi-polar world by renouncing multilateral cooperation, to resort to unilateral and illegitimate measures, including interference in domestic affairs by military and other means. We are opposing such attempts by our commitment to multisided cooperation in full conformity with the principles of the UN Charter and a search for generally acceptable solutions of any problems on the basis of an honest balance of interests.

    Speaking about regional issues, we expressed gratitude to our friends for their invariable support for the development of the contacts between the Russian Federation and Latin America and its structures, including the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC), Southern Common Market (MERCOSUR), Union of South American Nations (UNASUR), and Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of Our America (ALBA).

    We considered it particularly important to confirm our position on the situation in Venezuela. We are united in realising the need to promptly overcome contradictions in that country exclusively by peaceful means, via national dialogue and without any outside pressure not to mention unacceptable threats of armed interference in the country’s domestic affairs, which have already been strongly condemned by the overwhelming majority of Latin American nations.

    In conclusion I would like to emphasise that we highly appreciate coordination of our actions at multilateral platforms, primarily in the UN Security Council. This year and in subsequent years, Bolivia will be a non-permanent member of the UN Security Council. We are closely coordinating measures on all problems that are submitted to the UN Security Council. Bolivia is supporting Russian initiatives reviewed by the UN. These are international information security, consolidation of confidence-building measures in space, renunciation of unacceptable glorification of Nazism, and appeals to all states to assume commitments not to be the first to deploy weapons in space, not to resort to illegitimate forms of cooperation in the world arena, not to interfere in internal affairs of other states, not to extrapolate their domestic actions abroad and not to recognise coups d’etat as a legitimate form of changing power. Every year all of these provisions and principles are subjected to voting in the UN General Assembly. Like the overwhelming majority of other states, Russia and Bolivia invariably support them.

    I think we had very beneficial talks that reaffirmed our attitude towards comprehensively deepening our cooperation in the interests of our countries and peoples. I am grateful to my colleague, Bolivian Foreign Minister Fernando Huanacuni Mamani, for today’s interaction.

    Question: In a conversation yesterday with your Chinese colleague, Wang Yi, you again noted that it would be unacceptable to use force to resolve the crisis on the Korean Peninsula and stressed Moscow’s readiness to strengthen coordination with Beijing in the settlement process. Does this coordination imply certain economic steps, or is it just about diplomatic steps?

    Sergey Lavrov: With regard to using our influence on Pyongyang in order to make it comply with the well-known UN Security Council resolutions, we are deeply convinced that the economic pressure has practically run its course. We cannot support the ideas that some of our partners continue to nurture, which literally seek to strangle North Korea economically with all the negative, tragic humanitarian ramifications for the people of the DPRK.
    We operate on the premise that all of the UN Security Council resolutions without exception, which have already introduced serious economic measures, contain the Security Council’s obligations to continue supporting the process of returning to political talks and seeking a peaceful diplomatic settlement on the Korean Peninsula. All economic measures of influence imposed by the Security Council for several years have been implemented by the UN member states, and the UN Security Council’s call and commitment to the parties concerned to pay attention to the political track has, in fact, been ignored. Russia and China believe that this is wrong, and even harmful and dangerous.

    So, we have come up with a joint initiative that includes the well-known “double freeze” principle: North Korea will not test nuclear weapons and missiles, and the United States and the Republic of Korea will not conduct large-scale exercises in this region. I am aware of the US response to this “double freeze” principle. They believe that legal cannot be exchanged for illegal. However, this is not about getting stuck in being right or thinking about certain falsely understood issues of prestige, but about the future of this region and hundreds of thousands of people who, according to experts, may be affected in case of hostilities, which Washington or Pyongyang never stop threatening. Recently, this rhetoric has somewhat subsided.

    Perhaps we should at least hope that the hotheads calm down a little. In conjunction with the People’s Republic of China, we will push for compliance with the UN Security Council resolutions, which talk about the need to return to the political process. The UNSC economic measures have never been taken in isolation from the recognition of the need for a peaceful settlement. Our joint proposals with China are included in the joint statement of July 4, which deals exclusively with political and diplomatic steps.

    Question: What can you say about Iranian President Hassan Rouhani’s statement that Tehran may walk away from the nuclear programme agreement if Washington continues to put Iran under pressure? What is Moscow’s attitude to Iran’s decision to increase its missile programme budget?

    Sergey Lavrov: The missile programme budget is basically Iran’s business. It is not prohibited from having this programme. There are no legal bans in UN Security Council resolutions on this issue.

    As for Iranian President Hassan Rouhani’s statement that Tehran may quit the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) that was concluded to resolve the situation around Iran’s nuclear programme, I hope this won’t take place. I also hope the United States will not violate its JCPOA commitments, either.

    As is known, in line with the periodic reviews mandated by US law, the United States has certified that Iran is meeting its commitments under the JCPOA. However, in parallel Washington has imposed new unilateral sanctions on Iran. It explained that these sanctions do not concern Iran’s nuclear programme or the JCPOA but reflect US discontent with Tehran’s actions in other areas, including human rights and its conduct in the region. There may be only one response to this. Unilateral sanctions are unacceptable in principle and irresponsible if they are used to change in one’s favour a well-calibrated balance (as is the case with the Iran nuclear deal) because they may upset this balance. One shouldn’t resort to such provocations because the matter deals not even with national interests of a country but with an enormous region where we are interested in ensuring a nuclear-free status.

    Now I would like to make the second point in this context. We have suggested reaching an honest deal more than once – if a package of economic measures of influence on any country be it the DPRK or Iran is being agreed upon in the UN Security Council and a resolution is adopted, all parties should assume commitments to limit themselves to this negotiated package of sanctions and not to come up with unilateral restrictions so as to make up for what has not become part of the collective package. The Americans are vehemently opposed although it is hard to reject this principle. It will remain an urgent imperative. We will continue upholding it in all subsequent discussions and have already made corresponding statements at the UN Security Council consultations. This is a position of principle shared by many of our partners.

    Question (addressed to both ministers): A nuclear research centre is under construction in Bolivia with Russia’s support. At what stage is this project now? Bolivia has large energy resources and Russia is interested in helping it develop its hydrocarbon industry. What can Russia do in this regard?

    Sergey Lavrov (speaking after Fernando Huanacuni Mamani): As for the nuclear research centre, our state corporation Rosatom and its partners in Bolivia have already signed a contract on preliminary work and are carrying it out. I have just talked with Mr Foreign Minister about how this month we will continue consultations on a master contract. There is every chance to sign it in September, which will allow us to open the centre’s first facilities in 2019, as the Bolivian side wants. (END)

    ANOTHER PRESS RELEASE: RF LONDON UK

    17.08.2017
    72 UNGA: Human rights must be protected but not used a pretext to intervene in domestic affairs

    The primary responsibility for the protection and promotion of human rights lies with the States, while the UN executive structures should play a supporting role. The key principle in this field is to ensure equal cooperation between States based on the primacy of international law, respect for sovereignty and sovereign equality of States.

    We stand for the preservation of the division of labour between the UN bodies and mechanisms, which is enshrined in the UN Charter. The integration of human rights into all areas of UN activities should not lead to duplication in the work of its main bodies.
    We strongly condemn the use of human rights issues as a pretext to intervene in domestic affairs and to undermine the fundamental principles of international law. We are against the adoption of politicized country-specific resolutions. (END)

    Faithfully Roland Edgar Dent GBR DL13 3PR

    • ROLAND EDGAR August 18, 2017 at 6:09 am #

      MAKE A NOISE FGS

      DO NOT EXPECT CHANGE TO HAPPEN without ACTION

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FWtGzSWgRok

      WRITE AN EMAIL

    • TEX1 Flaherty August 18, 2017 at 5:40 pm #

      Where did you get your facts?

    • christine taggart August 21, 2017 at 3:40 am #

      ROLAND EDGAR Quit being the pot that called the kettle black.

  7. ROLAND EDGAR August 18, 2017 at 2:57 am #

    https://livestream.com/abeldanger/events/7658623

  8. Eddie August 18, 2017 at 12:20 am #

    3,500 jihadi’s a month for 5 years, that would be a force 210,000 funded fighters within the US. All these mosques have been built and Obama had the stocked with all kind of arms and explosive making materials. That’s a armed insurgency on the ground in America and their ready to roll when their number is called.

    Obama dropped the ball though because he failed to disarm the American people.
    Interesting times indeed…

  9. Leslie August 17, 2017 at 11:19 pm #

    Very informative.

  10. nadia alicia toribio de la cruz August 17, 2017 at 8:42 pm #

    it’s all bravo s. u.s. is so done. sorry. done.

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    • ROLAND EDGAR August 18, 2017 at 5:52 am #

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      https://crowdsondemand.com/ This company was used in Charlottesville USA but has a GLOBAL REACH.

      The same occurs in Europe. Same methods, more covert..often the same actors..they are PERIPATETIC

      Suggestion: You need some HOME BRED EUROPEAN NON ANGLOPHILE CONNECTED SECURITY PEOPLE to investigate.

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      Faithfully Roland Edgar Dent GBR DL13 3PR

    • TEX1 Flaherty August 18, 2017 at 2:43 pm #

      GREAT FIND BOMAR

  12. Mark August 17, 2017 at 7:45 pm #

    Again, Regarding Dane and the GeoengineeringWatch.org this sounds like the end is near. I can imagine what he is feeling. He has done so much for all of us. He is a man with honor, I spent hours on his site today and what with all the signs, bill boards, radio station and his total commitment to spreading the word he deserves The Nobel Peace Prize. As I said before, these intense Chemical spraying are Terrorizing and now even the forced government vaxinations, the people of this world don’t stand much of a chance.

    The lease we as Caravaners can do, is donate what ever you can to Dane, at least $100.00 each. I sent my check off today and you all are people with good old fashion beliefs otherwise you wouldn’t be Caravanners. We all trust J.B. or we wouldn’t be members, so lets set an example and donate to this cause, get some flyers and pass them out.

    Lets get those A holes in congress to give us back our country or just get if over with.

    Most Importantly, get right with our Creator as that is all we have that they can’t take from us. It is written, and that was 2 thousand years ago. God Bless All.