“The court recognizes the classification of the insurer who, in view of the announced side effects, including death, legally regards participation in the phase three experiment, whose proven harmlessness is not given, as voluntarily taking a fatal risk that is not covered by the contract and legally recognized as suicide.”
This is an extremely dangerous escalation of the coordinated global effort to vilify and dehumanize dissidents.
On Friday, the newspaper Le Parisien reported that the former head of French intelligence, Yves Bonnet, had admitted to making a secret pact with the terrorists, guaranteeing Abu Nidal operatives free movement within France in exchange for a promise of no further attacks on French soil… Also in the loop, the paper said, was Gilles Menage, the chief of staff to the then President of France, François Mitterrand — although the official position was that the Élysée Palace “did not know anything”
“At the termination of the World War, Alexander brought about a political union creating a powerful and resourceful State. This was hailed with joy by all the Slavs of the Balkans, but it took time before the people found themselves in the new conditions. […]
It was the Serbians who fought the battles for freedom and the price of liberty was paid in Serbian blood. All true Croatians and Slovenes remember that gratefully. They also know that the Serbians have an unequaled aptitude and experience in warfare and are best qualified to direct the forces of the country in a crisis.
Ever since united Yugoslavia came into being through Alexander’s efforts, political enemies have done all they could to disrupt it by sowing seeds of discord and disseminating malicious reports. […]
Alexander will live long in the memory of his people, a heroic figure of imposing stature, both the Washington and Lincoln of the Yugoslavs; like Washington an able and intrepid general who freed his country from oppression; like Lincoln a wise and patriotic leader who suffered martyrdom.”
Nikola Tesla, New York, Oct. 19, 1934
“Neighbor had recorded Muslim suspect calling Sarah Halimi a ‘dirty Jew’ and shouting ‘Allahu Akbar’ before killing her….”
The family of Dr. Sarah Halimi, an orthodox Jew, was tortured and murdered in her Paris apartment in April by an devout Muslim invader with a prior record of harassment toward her. Because she knew and feared the intruder, who lived in her building, Halimi had formally requested that the public housing department move her to a new apartment. Nothing was done.
“It should be noted that the dismemberment of Yugoslavia was an operation long prepared in Germany…
So, Berlin, at the time it was Bonn, thought that Serbian resistance contributed to German defeat in world wars. These people were to be punished.
Secondly, the next German idea was to reward Croats and Muslims who joined Germany and occupied certain positions in France during the war, to thank them because they chose German side…
[W]e today reflect upon with great sorrow because the Western world demonstrated it capability of utter perversions in order to conform to a German obsession…”
Brigadier-General Pierre Marie Gallois
“There is no lawless. There is law. There is law. It’s really applied in a very strict way…There’s Islamic Law that little by little assumes its throne…” — Eric Zemmour
Often “invisible” because unreported, these physical and verbal attacks limit “the freedom of women, because they are often obligated to alter their daily lives: changing their routes, modes of transportation, schedules, attitudes and clothing in order to avoid confrontation,” wrote the report.
The result was to “exclude women from the public arena”, it said.
They’re policing you morally…They’re telling you to cover up. They’re following you. They’re grabbing your ass.”
“I don’t feel, I don’t feel as safe… — An American woman in Paris
“Americans literally kidnapped Serbian land and gave it to the terrorist Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA). When I came to Kosovo, I quickly realized that the French chose the wrong side,” said Ogar.
“The British have played the role of peacekeepers in Kosovo, but in fact they fought along with the KLA terrorists against the Serbs. I remember early evening on 17 June 1999 when the KLA ambushed a column of Serbian civilians withdrawing with 200 tractors from Pec to Mitrovica” testifies Ogar.
When he received the report about the attack, he sent a helicopter to see the position of the KLA and then ordered burst fire on the positions of the KLA to “disperse the gang.”
“I was amazed when a few moments later British general Mae called me by radio, requesting to ‘stop shooting at his soldiers’,” said Colonel Ogar.