The US is attempting to put 5G on a fast track despite evidence suggesting the new technology could pose serious health concerns. Martin Pall, Professor Emeritus at Washington State University joins Michele Greenstein (in for Rick Sanchez) to discuss health concerns over 5G and why the government is attempting to ignore the research and medical findings.
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Under the glossy image of a functioning state in Lebanon, a failed state is already more dominant in the tiny country that witnessed a brutal 15 years civil war which was put to an end by the Syrian Arab Army’s intervention at the request of the legitimate Lebanese government that time and it managed to maintain peace in the country for decades until early 2005.
Sectarian warlords agreed ceasefire was sponsored by Saudi Arabia called Taif Accord which put an end to the political clashes that in reality never faded out especially that the same warlords who fought the civil war with the massive innocent blood of their own citizens on their hands became the leaders of the country without any proper accountability.
The 10400 square kilometers entity with 6 million Lebanese population and some Palestinians living there in inhumane conditions lives under an almost or exceeded US$ 100 billion public debt. mostly due to corruption spearheaded by the same leaders now claiming to fight corruption.
Despite receiving billions of dollars received by Lebanon for its role in destabilizing Syria from the Saudi, Qatari, UAE and other financiers, and billions of others coming from the EU and the UN for placing Syrian refugees in horrible conditions went directly to the pockets of the same culprits and to seduce the Syrian refugees not to return home to be used as a political card against their state, with a very little portion of that amount actually spent on the refugees well-being, if any, let alone addressing the financial situation of the state.
If that’s not alarming by itself, watch this short video taken a couple of days ago in Haour Taala in the underdeveloped Bekaa Valley, it was reported by Lebanese independent MP Retired General Jamil El Sayyed through his Twitter account:
Video also available on BitChute: https://www.bitchute.com/video/JCI1m4bWXKbW/
End of last month a dangerous assassination attempt was about to tear apart what’s left of the fragile livable state of security the Lebanese cling on when a former warlord and an Erdogan-like hypocrite politician Walid Junblat forces tried to kill two sitting ministers: Gebran Bassil, the Lebanese president’s Jared Kushner (son in law) and head of the largest Christian bloc in the country along with Saleh Gharib a Druze minister but not aligned with Junblat’s part of the Druze and a nephew to a Druze spiritual leader,
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Back in 2016, The Guardian published a piece about The Chilcott Report and how Britain should be more careful over civilian deaths in the battlegrounds of the Mid-East. “Future British governments must make a greater effort to assess the number of civilians being killed and injured during their military operations, the Chilcot report says, after the Iraq war inquiry’s series of damning conclusions about the loss of life following the 2003 invasion.” Clearly, the government didn’t listen and the mainstream media do not think it important enough to report on today.
Interestingly, Sir John Chilcot believed as late as 2016 that about 150,000 Iraqis were killed during the invasion and subsequent instability. The figure was in fact well over one million. This much was known years earlier. Chilcott, covering for his friend Tony Blair did not read the mounting evidence – or more likely, just ignored it. The 2006 Lancet survey calculated fatalities at well over 650,000 just three years into the conflict and the 2007 ORB survey that actually surveyed fifteen of the eighteen governorates within Iraq found that number was somewhere between 1,033,000 and a staggering 1,220,588. Since then, the violence created by the vacuum has continued and many more civilians have died. The numbers above do not include deaths after 13 years of sanctions imposed by the UN.
Many members of the general public in Britain might mistakenly think that the bombing has stopped in Iraq and Syria – but they would be wrong. In fact, in the last four years, Britain has spent over £300 million on weapons fired from its air forces, including drones. The cost does not include personnel, wages, equipment, maintenance, fuel, air bases, etc.
Analysis of data conducted by human rights group Reprieve in 2014 concluded that of 41 men targeted by coalition drone strikes a further 1,147 innocent civilians were killed simply for being in the way.
Do you remember when George Osborne as Chancellor of the Exchequer in 2015 said that “the cost of extending airstrikes against Islamic State into Syria would run in the low tens of millions of pounds.” Well, it ended up in the high hundreds of millions when adding the total cost – any many people have died as a result.
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