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Chat Room News Excerpts & Highlights Early Saturday 5-12-18
ElmerFuddAny word on the election?
Doug_W they still have 3 hours left to vote Elmer
BaxterDoug..yes it is... 11 am
Whitelions I read the other day an article in the local paper that said for the first time in American history our country is divided into 1/3's 1 third wants the country to go back to the Kennedy leadership 1/3 of the country want to throw out everybody that is different them them (and that go's street by street and town by town not as a nation and the last 1/3 will watch as the 2nd 1/3 kills the people they think don't belong whether they do or not and THIS post proves how small minded that 1/3 has become
Don961: The Iraqi government declares the success of the electoral process "without recording terrorist attacks"
Twilight News one hour ago
The Prime Minister of the Armed Forces General Commander Haider Abadi on Saturday on the success of the general election process for the legislative elections in Iraq, which will result from the next federal government
Abadi said in a press statement today that "today the general ballot took place in all governorates of Iraq and Iraqis were able to cast their votes to choose their representatives freely and safely
"The liberated provinces witnessed free voting for the first time after a humiliating defeat," he said
He praised Abadi "security forces, government agencies, state institutions, the media and all those involved in the success of the electoral process
For its part, the Supreme Security Committee for the elections announced at a press conference the success of the security plan that accompanied the elections throughout Iraq
"We have not declared any violation or terrorist act," the head of the committee, Mowaffaq Abdel Wahab, told a news conference.
"We declare the success of the security plan that accompanied the electoral process
RV/INTELLIGENCE ALERT - May 12, 2018
(Disclaimer: The following is an overview of the current situation based on rumors/leaks from several sources which may or may not be truthful or accurate.)
The conflict between Syria, Iran, and Israel is now being "managed" under Alliance supervision.
All countries have already agreed to peace behind closed doors which means GESARA is ready to be enacted.
However, soft disclosure must be given to the public prior to GESARA hence the managed conflict and scripted politics.
Syria, Iran, and Israel suddenly shaking hands and making friends would simply not work with the public.
The situation will be orchestrated like a play and the public is the audience.
Keep the Peace
By Janice Chrysler
In a world of 7 billion plus people, it is very difficult to be completely alone. Then when we are, there is always the TV, computer, cell phones etc that keep us in constant communication with the outside world whether we want it or not.
Aside from going to a lone mountain top or getting dropped in the middle of a jungle we will encounter the energy of others at some point in our life. Then again, what would be the point of being on this planet with all these souls if not to learn and grow through and with each other’s experiences?
Sharing moments with loved ones and people of the same mindset can be uplifting and inspirational, encouraging and literally feed our soul’s growth.
Harambe: Reuters: Iraq reopens airspace as elections proceed without incident (5/12/18)
BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi ordered the reopening of the nation’s airspace and resumption of air traffic on Saturday, state television reported….
The shutdown had come into effect at midnight on Friday as a security measure ahead of the voting which started on Saturday morning. There was no significant incident reported by midday.
Harambe: There still must be restrictions of vehicle traffic in Iraq for the security of the polling. The street view from the shrine webcam is showing no passing cars or motorcycles
WhiteTiger: Voting stations opened in Baghdad and other cities at 7:00 a.m. local time (0400 GMT) on Saturday and will close at 6:00 p.m. local time (1500 GMT).