This video is banned on YouTube — when you watch it, you will see why. We are all being brainwashed on a daily basis. Trump is a nothing less than a traitor and part of the game. Jerusalem will be the capital of the Anti-Christ. It is happening right before our very eyes.
Ken O’Keefe has appeared and looking emaciated, haggard, and older. Perhaps all the stress he endured from him being exposed as a con artist? Regardless of that whole saga, it is interesting to listen to the dynamics of how he speaks on RT. He his restrained and doesn’t point out the “elephant in the room” exactly, but saying “bankers” instead.
An important question to ask is “why is this the case?” If Ken O’Keefe was allowed to say whatever he wanted on RT, he surely would speak differently. And, the next question should be, “why does the Kremlin draw the line in the sand?”
The CIA and Mossad created and supports ISIS, along with other anti-government terrorists in Syria and elsewhere.
NATO, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and other regional rogue states supply them with weapons and other material support. The evidence is all in plain sight and the actions as well. ISIS exists because it serves a greater geopolitical goal in the Middle East — along with the realization of The Greater Israel Plan.
So does Israel now in a quasi-public fashion. In June 2015, the Times of Israel quoted former Israeli defense minister Moshe Ya’alon, saying:
(w)e’ve assisted (anti-government terrorist groups in Syria on) two conditions. That they don’t get too close to (Israel’s) border, and…don’t touch the Druze.”
On April 24, the American Herald Tribune said:
Ya’alon has admitted to a tacit (Israeli) alliance with ISIS.”
“Ex-defense minister says IS ‘apologized’ to Israel for November clash,” Source: archive.is (The Times of Israel)
Former defense minister Moshe Ya’alon on Saturday said the Islamic State terrorist group in the Syrian Golan Heights “apologized” for attacking an Israeli unit.
“There was one case recently where Daesh opened fire and apologized,” Ya’alon said, using the terror group’s Arabic nickname.
This was an apparent reference to a clash that took place near the Syrian border last November, in which IDF troops exchanged fire with members of the Islamic State affiliate. After a brief gun battle, the Israeli military attacked the terrorist group with airstrikes and tank fire, killing four of them.
Israel and much of the Western world considers the Islamic State affiliate in the Syrian Golan Heights, known as the Khalid ibn al-Walid Army, to be a terrorist group. Communication with them is technically illegal under Israeli law, constituting contact with an enemy agent.
Ya’alon was speaking at an event in the northern city of Afula. He was interviewed on stage by Eli Levi, a Channel 10 news correspondent.His comment about the Islamic State’s apology was made as part of a broader point about Israel’s policy for Syria, which is largely non-interventionist.Ya’alon was explaining that Israel carries out strikes against Syrian President Bashar Assad’s forces in retaliation when spillover fire hits the Israeli Golan Heights.Ya’alon’s officer refused to elaborate on how exactly the Islamic State expressed its apology to Israel after the attack. The IDF also declined to comment.Syrian officials have accused Israel of directly aiding the Islamic State and other rebel groups, a claim Jerusalem vociferously denies.