Texas deluge: Was it a geoengineered weather event to enforce compliance with Agenda 21?

Texas deluge: Was it a geoengineered weather event to enforce compliance with Agenda 21?

new Friday 29th May 2015 at 09:54 By David Icke

‘The timing of the extraordinary May 2015 rain events in Texas, occurring just prior to the July 15th commencement of the unparalleled military exercise JADE HELM 15, cannot be coincidental. As the 1000-year flood slowly makes its way across the state, one question emerges — was it a manmade or natural weather event?

If the satellite imagery* has anything to say about this freakish statewide deluge, it is that something is very wrong with this picture, as well as with the following images.’

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Angry Ukrainian Conscripts in Lviv Threaten Revolt

Angry Ukrainian Conscripts in Lviv Threaten Revolt

new Wednesday 20th May 2015 at 10:48 By David Icke

‘Hundreds of conscripts blocked security cordons at the Yavoriv range in Ukraine’s western Lviv region demanding the immediate issue of military uniforms and boots, Ukrainian newspaper Segodnya reported Monday.

“These men were called up two weeks ago, but they are still moving around like bums… They are angry at being ignored; they hate to just sit on their hands doing nothing. They say they just fired 10 shots each over the whole period of being here… The commanders are desperately trying to calm them down,” an anonymous source told the paper, adding that it was all happening at the backdrop of Ukrainian-US military drills involving members of the country’s National Guard.’

Read more: Angry Ukrainian Conscripts in Lviv Threaten Revolt

Saudi Arabia keeps bombing Yemen despite calls for halt

new Wednesday 20th May 2015 at 10:48 By David Icke

‘Saudi Arabia continues its deadly military attacks against Yemen despite calls for the cessation of the aggression against the impoverished country.

Media reports on Tuesday said that at least four people were killed and six others sustained injuries in a Saudi airstrike in Yemen’s southwestern province of Ibb.

Saudi fighter jets also pounded the al-Seifi and Beit al-Ahmer areas in the Sanhan Directorate, located south of the capital, Sana’a.’

Read more: Saudi Arabia keeps bombing Yemen despite calls for halt

Syrian War Set To Re-Explode

new Wednesday 20th May 2015 at 10:47 By David Icke

‘The Syrian war stalemate appears to be over. The regional powers surrounding Syria – especially Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Qatar, and Jordan – have re-ignited their war against the Syrian government. After over 200,000 dead and millions of refugees, the U.S. allies in the region recently recommitted to deepening the war, with incalculable consequences.

The new war pact was made between Obama’s regional darlings, Saudi Arabia and Turkey, who agreed to step up deeper military cooperation and establish a joint command in the occupied Syrian region of Idlib.

Turkey and Saudi Arabia are now openly backing Islamic extremists under the newly rebranded “Conquest Army.” The on-the-ground leadership of this “new” coalition consists of Jabhat al-Nusra – the “official” al-Qaeda affiliate – and Ahrar al-Sham, whose leader previously stated that his group was the “real al-Qaeda.”’

Read more: Syrian War Set To Re-Explode

Farmer turns down £275MILLION to sell his land for housing: Father-of-two says he would be ‘doing a massive disfavour’ to community if he ‘took the money and ran’

Farmer turns down £275MILLION to sell his land for housing: Father-of-two says he would be ‘doing a massive disfavour’ to community if he ‘took the money and ran’

new Monday 11th May 2015 at 09:30 By David Icke

‘A farmer has rejected a £275million offer for his land from housing developers wanting to build a new town.

Robert Worsley said he would be ‘doing a massive disfavour’ to the community where he has lived all his life if he ‘took the money and ran’.

The 48-year-old father of two has run 550-acre farm for the last 15 years. He was approached by agents for housebuilder Mayfield more than two years ago.’

Read more: Farmer turns down £275MILLION to sell his land for housing: Father-of-two says he would be ‘doing a massive disfavour’ to community if he ‘took the money and ran’