Pentagon Hides A $35 Trillion “Accounting Black Hole” Announcement Behind The Impeachment Theater – Activist Post

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09-02-20 09:21:00,

By The Last American Vagabond

Ryan Cristián — The Last American Vagabond — covers the story of Black Ops money, accounting “errors” and the general lack of accountability that goes along with the military-industrial complex courtesy of the Pentagon.

So, while people get caught up in the current political theater, the tax money of all citizens is being flushed into the black hole of government debt that will be paid for generations to come, regardless of party affiliation.

This is an excerpt of The Daily Wrap Up 2/7.

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What the Press Hides From You About Venezuela

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09-02-19 09:14:00,

A Case of News-Suppression All Across the Mainstream Media
Eric Zuesse

Alfred de Zayas, human rights lawyer & UN independent expert on international order. His report on Venezuela has been buried by the MSM.

INTRODUCTION

This news-report is being submitted to all US and allied news-media, and is being published by all honest ones, in order to inform you of crucial facts that the others — the dishonest ones, who hide such crucial facts — are hiding about Venezuela. These are facts that have received coverage only in one single British newspaper: the Independent, which published a summary account of them on January 26th. That newspaper’s account will be excerpted here at the end, but first will be highlights from its topic, the official report to the UN General Assembly in August of last year, which has been covered-up ever since. This is why that report’s author has now gone to the Independent, desperate to get the story out, finally, to the public.

THE COVERED-UP DOCUMENT

On 3 August 2018, the UN’s General Assembly received the report from the UN’s Independent Expert on the Promotion of a Democratic and Equitable International Order, concerning his mission to Venezuela and Ecuador. His recent travel though both countries focused on “how best to enhance the enjoyment of all human rights by the populations of both countries.”

He “noted the eradication of illiteracy, free education from primary school to university, and programmes to reduce extreme poverty, provide housing to the homeless and vulnerable, phase out privilege and discrimination, and extend medical care to everyone.”

He noted “that the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, and Ecuador, both devote around 70 per cent of their national budgets to social services.” However (and here, key paragraphs from the report are now quoted):

22. Observers have identified errors committed by the Chávez and Maduro Governments, noting that there are too many ideologues and too few technocrats in public administration, resulting in government policies that lack coherence and professional management and discourage domestic investment, already crippled by inefficiency and corruption, which extend to government officials, transnational corporations and entrepreneurs. Critics warn about the undue influence of the military on government and on the running of enterprises like Petróleos de Venezuela.

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