Over the past 15 years many highly respected academics and experts have come forward to challenge the official narrative on the collapse of the WTC towers forwarded by the U.S. government. The official government position holds that the collapse of all three towers was due to intense heat inside of the buildings.
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AKURE— CATHOLIC Bishop of Sokoto Diocese, Bishop Matthew Hassan Kukah, yesterday, asked President Muhammadu Buhari to face the challenges of governance and stop agonizing over misdeeds of past administrations.
Nigerians, according to the clergyman, “didn’t vote a government to complain about yesterday. If we wanted yesterday, the new government would not be there.”
Kukah spoke with newsmen at a dinner organized by Ondo State Government after the Catholic Bishops Conference of Nigerian, CBCN, in Akure, the Ondo State Capital.
He spoke as leaders of Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, yesterday continued their attacks on President Buhari over his comments that he inherited nothing from PDP administrations of former Presidents Olusegun Obasanjo, late Umaru Musa Yar’Adua and Goodluck Jonathan.
Asked to comment on the blame game of the present administration, Kukkah said: “The previous government didn’t only do bad things, it did a lot of good things.
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Unity Bank Plc, yesterday sacked not less than 215 of its employees as part of its reengineering strategy for greater performance.
According to information gathered from sources close to the bank, the workers were sacked for their inability to cope with the new ideas and strategy of the institution.
The bank is said to have made significant strides in its repositioning drive with the attraction of specialist skills to its workforce since the relocation of its head office from Abuja to Lagos in sync with its plan to grow market share in viable clusters of the retail market.
A source close to the bank said the new focus of the bank’s business has led to significant enhancement of human capital in its various business units. This is with a view to injecting fresh ideas, initiatives and energies to strengthen the various departments of the bank with capabilities to pursue the…
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Source – kauilapele.wordpress.com
– “…Pentagon sources also say “An Israeli submarine may have been sunk on the 15th anniversary of 911, along with the Israeli spy satellite meant to help ISIS, Facebook destabilize Africa, because the Pentagon was struck by an Israeli-sub launched missile on 911.” This would be the latest in a whole series of Israeli submarines that have been sunk in recent years”:
(“It is not over until we see the 911/311 perpetrators perp walked in front of the world’s TV cameras” – By Benjamin Fulford, 9-12-16)
There can be no doubt the Khazarian mafia is in a desperate situation and is about to lose power, as can be seen from multiple events we will mention below. However, it is also a fact that most off the so-called “leaders” paraded before the world at last weeks’ G20 conference still refuse to tell the truth about 911, 311, Malaysia…
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Source – constantinereport.com
– “…Is a trick that has been used many times in past operations, stretching back to the cold war. But in previous cases, such Trojan horse operations involved conventional weapons; none of the former officials had ever heard of the CIA attempting to conduct this kind of high-risk operation with designs for a nuclear bomb. The former officials also said these kind of programmes must be closely monitored by senior CIA managers in order to control the flow of information to the adversary. If mishandled, they could easily help an enemy accelerate its weapons development”:
(Why Did the CIA Give Iran Blueprints to Build a Nuclear Bomb? – State of War, by James Risen)
She had probably done this a dozen times before. Modern digital technology had made clandestine communications with overseas agents seem routine. Back in the cold war, contacting a secret agent in Moscow or…
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