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FFWN: Ghosts of False Flags Past Still Haunting US (featuring guest host Alan Sabrosky)

Broadcast live Friday Jan. 4 @ 11 to noon Eastern on NoLiesRadio.org then archived above PSA 1) Alternative media is changing the world — help the process along! https://fundrazr.com/01RXR9 (The turning point of the war in Syria was when the al-Ghouta chemical weapons false flag fell flat, and Obama—like JFK during the Bay of Pigs—refused to go all-out for regime change. Widespread awareness of false flags changed the course of history!) Syria pullout confusion 2) Trump gives no timetable for pullout from ‘sand and death’ Syria https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2019/01/trump-timetable-syria-troop-withdrawal-190102193953768.html 3) Rubio, top GOP senators hit back at Trump’s Syria pullout with sanctions bill https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/congress/rubio-top-gop-senators-hit-back-trump-s-syria-pullout-n954441 4) Alan…

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Alan Sabrosky on Mattis firing & Syria withdrawal; Ken Meyercord on “extreme weather”

Broadcast live Fridays 8 to 10 Eastern on Revolution.Radio, later archived HERE First hour: In 2010 Dr. Alan Sabrosky’s forceful and unequivocal statement that the Israeli Mossad did 9/11 sent shock waves through the 9/11 truth movement. Dr. Sabrosky (Ph.D. University of Michigan, former director of studies at the US Army War College) put it bluntly: “I have had long conversations over the last two weeks with contacts at the Army War College and the headquarters, Marine Corps, and I’ve made it absolutely clear in both cases that it is 100% certain that 9/11 was a Mossad operation.’ Period. The Zionists are playing…

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Turkey seeks arrest of 2 allies of Bin Salman

Press TV interview with Kevin Barrett, Veterans Today Editor The US defense secretary says he needs more evidence on who was behind the killing of dissident Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi. James Mattis said he is quite satisfied that he will find more evidence concerning the incident. He added that he will follow the issue as far as he can. Meanwhile, Turkey has called for Saudi Arabia’s transparency in the investigation into the killing of the Washington Post journalist.

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