Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Truth on the Tracks with Brandon Turbeville - April 21, 2014

Truth on the Tracks with Brandon Turbeville - April 21, 2014

Brandon discusses the Bundy Ranch situation, the FBI visiting SC gun shops and Syria



Monday, April 21, 2014

7.5 Earthquake in Papua New Guinea

Brandon Turbeville
Activist Post

Fresh on the heels of a large earthquake in Mexico City, Mexico on Friday, April 18, 2014, Reuters is reporting that a 7.5 quake has struck off the coast of Papua New Guinea on Saturday.

Although there were no initial reports of damage or death, it is quite clear that the strength of the quake was significant simply by virtue of its magnitude.

A tsunami warning was issued for the Solomon Islands and Papua New Guinea but that warning was lifted shortly thereafter. It appears that there is no longer any tsunami-related threat.

Experts, of course, cannot rule out another large earthquake following this one due to their unpredictable nature.

As Jonathan Bathgate, a seismologist at Geoscience Australia stated to Reuters, "Certainly it has been very active, more active than usual. (The spate of earthquakes) is relieving some pressure on this faultline, but we can't rule out another large earthquake."

More Propaganda: Fake Leaflets Telling Jews to Register or be Deported

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Brandon Turbeville
Activist Post

The leaflets making international news yesterday for claiming that the pro-Russian separatists in Donetsk, Ukraine were requiring Jews to register with the new “People’s Republic of Donetsk” or be deported are now largely accepted as having been fake.

Earlier this week, Jews exiting a synagogue were handed leaflets by men wearing balaclavas and Russian flags informing them that they were required to register themselves and a list of their property as well as pay a registration fee or they would face deportation, have their citizenship revoked, or have their belongings confiscated.

As USA Today reports,
The leaflet begins "Dear Ukraine citizens of Jewish nationality" and states that all people of Jewish descent over 16 years old must report to the Commissioner for Nationalities in the Donetsk Regional Administration building and "register." 
It says the reason is because the leaders of the Jewish community of Ukraine supported Bendery Junta, a reference to Stepan Bandera, the leader of the Ukrainian nationalist movement that fought for Ukrainian independence at the end of World War II, "and oppose the pro-Slavic People's Republic of Donetsk," a name adopted by the militant leadership. 
The leaflet then described which documents Jews should provide: "ID and passport are required to register your Jewish religion, religious documents of family members, as well as documents establishing the rights to all real estate property that belongs to you, including vehicles." 
Consequences for non-compliance will result in citizenship being revoked "and you will be forced outside the country with a confiscation of property," it said. A registration fee of $50 would be required, it said.

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Brandon Turbeville on Truth Traveler with Erin Dakins - April 15, 2014

Brandon's appearance on Truth Traveler with Erin Dakins - April 15, 2014

Brandon and Erin discuss the Bundy Ranch, gun rights, Syria, and Ukraine.




NOTE: Find the 2014 archives, then the April 2014 archives. Click on the April 15, 2014 link. Brandon's appearance is for both Hour 1 and Hour 2.