Failed Political Assassinations & G20 Globalization Plan:

Covert Operations
– Earth Crisis –
Every September – October (Autumnal Equinox) season harbors dread, as past horrific events occurred in this window, and the year 2001, 9/11 war on terror is a monumental reminder for State Sponsored Terror.
The worldwide hegemony is founded on the fraudulent international monetary system, and that debt based system in being reset by force with a great destabilizing potential.
Military campaigns to escalate wars continue to destabilize several regions.
Recently, we have seen reports from Turkey, Germany, and Russia that possible attempts on the lives of the heads of government (Erdoğan, Merkel, and Putin respectfully).
Perhaps they were failed attempts on the lives of heads of state, or perhaps the incidents were something more deceptive?
We may not know for sure what was for public opinion manipulation and what real threats officials are facing in the arena of institutional crime and globalization.
For certain, the international changes taking place are policy driven and we can expect catastrophic events ahead as institutional governance seek worldwide control.
Below are some of the reports that supports what was said above. ~Ron

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New details revealed Monday how President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan averted an elite team of soldiers linked to Gülenist Terror Group (FETÖ) on a mission to kill him on the night of July 15 coup attempt. Erdoğan was on vacation with his family at a hotel in the southwestern vacation resort of Marmaris when a Gülenist junta moved to seize power in the country. He said earlier that he left the hotel some 15 minutes before the heavily-armed coup officers stormed the hotel to capture or kill him. Security camera footage broadcast on A Haber shows a helicopter carrying Erdoğan and his entourage landing at Dalaman airport in Antalya, a city near Marmaris, after the president left the hotel upon learning the putsch attempt was underway. –


Title: Assassination Attempt On Angela Merkel Foiled
Video posted 26 Aug 2016 by The Times of India

Czech police detained a man Thursday who tried to run over police in an apparent attempted attack on German Chancellor Angela Merkel. –


Title: Attempted Hit On Putin? Vladimir’s Official Car Hit In Head-On Crash, Driver Killed
Video posted 06 Sep 2016

Title: Chinese President Xi Jinping’s media address on fruitful outcomes of G20 Summit in Hangzhou
Video posted 05 Sep 2016
Chinese President Xi Jinping addressed domestic and foreign media representatives and announced the successful conclusion of the 11th G20 summit hosted in the eastern Chinese city of Hangzhou.
Xi talked about the fruitful outcomes achieved during the summit, including the consensus that G20 members reached to revive world economy via innovation, improvement of world’s financial governance via finance reform, and promotion of inclusive and interconnected development to benefit the whole world.

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9 comments on “Failed Political Assassinations & G20 Globalization Plan:
  1. RonMamita says:

    Obama’s White House Embarrassment At G20 Summit

    Monday, Philippine president Rodrigo Duterte warned the U.S. president not to question him about extrajudicial killings, or “son of a bitch I will swear at you” when the two presidents meet at a summit in Laos in the coming days.
    Read More:

    Title: Duterte on Obama: “son of a bitch I will swear at you”
    Video posted 05 Sep 2016

    Upon arrival on Saturday in China as part of his last visit to Asia as US Commander in Chief for the periodic photo-op that is the G-20 meeting, something unexpected happened: a very undiplomatic greeting when an unusual tarmac altercation involving Chinese and U.S. officials, including national security adviser Susan Rice, devolved into a shouting match by a member of the Chinese delegation.

    It all started with the actual landing: as AP reports, the first sign of trouble is that there was no staircase for Obama to exit the plane and descend on the red carpet. So, as the photo below shows, Obama used an alternative exit. Needless to say, a diplomatic fuck up such as this one, was not accidental – Beijing was sending a loud and clear message. –

    Title: Barack Obama ‘deliberately snubbed’ by Chinese in chaotic arrival at G20
    Video posted 04 Sep 2016

    “They did things that weren’t anticipated,” Rice told reporters afterwards.

    However, the disagreements between Chinese and American officials did not just stay on the tarmac. At Westlake Statehouse, where the summit was being held, a group of White House staff arriving before Obama was stopped at a security checkpoint. A heated argument between Chinese officials and White House staff, protocol officers and Secret Service, who were trying to enter the building separately from the press, broke out at the security gate.

    According to the pool report, U.S. officials could be heard arguing in Chinese with Chinese officials over how many Americans could go through security at one time, how many White House officials were allowed to be in the building before Obama’s arrival, and which U.S. officials were on a security list.

    “The president is arriving here in an hour,” a White House staffer was overheard saying in exasperation. A Chinese official assisting the U.S. officials became angered by how the guards were treating the White House staff as the disagreement escalated.

    Title: China Insult Barack Obama – This Is Our Country, This Is Our Airport – Chinese official – g20 summit
    Video posted 04 Sep 2016

    Title: Tarmac altercation mars Obama’s G20 Summit arrival
    Video posted 03 Sep 2016

    Title: G20 Summit kicks off with unusual US-China row
    Video posted 04 Sep 2016

    Title: Successes and shortfalls from this year’s G20 summit
    Video posted 05 Sep 2016


  2. lozzafun says:

    Like WOW… Somehow, I do not feel sorry our gov officials… Reblogged ‘Finding Truth in an Illusory World’….


    • RonMamita says:

      Their government officials are a mixed bag, some are mean cunning psychopaths, while others are bribed, coerced, or deceived.
      It is a dark pit.


    • RonMamita says:

      You must read Ken’s discussion about the “Western Boys Behaving Badly” and the possibility of the China snub being a deception:

      A Chinese foreign ministry official involved in the visit denied it had been a snub, telling the South China Morning Post the US delegation had declined to use the usual rolling red-carpet staircase.

      “It would do China no good in treating Obama rudely,” the official, who declined to be named, was quoted as saying.

      “China provides a rolling staircase for every arriving state leader, but the US side complained that the driver doesn’t speak English and can’t understand security instructions from the United States; so China proposed that we could assign a translator to sit beside the driver, but the US side turned down the proposal and insisted that they didn’t need the staircase provided by the airport,” the official added.

      His article highlights the West’s confrontational approach at the G20 and the campaign for war.
      Be alert for war escalation (between Sep 11 – 19, 2016) as China & Russia hold joint patrols in the South China Sea.


  3. RonMamita says:

    Was The G20 Snub A Deception?

    Ken blogs in depth about the globalists’ agenda and their use of deception.
    Ken points to the U.S. use of confrontation and insults to portray China in a negative way and fuel tensions for future military conflict:

    The most interesting thing about the just-completed G20 Summit was what happened before it began. In the lead-up to the event, China was trying to tamp down any talk of conflict so they could supposedly concentrate on real economic action. And did the US gracefully accede to their hosts’ wishes? Not quite.
    [On September 2, 2016 Obama and CNN staged a public opinion operation that China’s aggression in the South China Sea is a major point.]

    … So just two days before the Summit, here is Obama and the Western media insulting the Chinese and doing exactly what the Chinese don’t want by talking conflict.

    Did the U.S. deliberately engineer the appearance of a snub to embarrass China?
    Either way, the globalists’ dialectic conflict was well served by the event. The supposed snub overshadowed the beginning of the Summit — at least in the Western media.

    “An inexperienced reader might conclude from this Western coverage that bickering between US and Chinese security guards over the intricacies of approaching the US president’s plane was more important than the agreement of the G20 to modernize the regime of international trade and the actual discussions between Xi and Obama, Putin and Erdogan, Theresa May and Putin – which all took place during these two busy days in Hangzhou.

    There may be a deeper symbolism in this contrast of the positive Russo-Chinese approach to the summit and the US/EU push for “concessions via confrontation.” The two sides even used different language. For example, the chairman of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker said that China “must” allow monitoring of its steel production, saying that losses for European job market due to China’s “overcapacity” were “unacceptable.”

    It should be noted that Xi and Putin never used the word “must” when talking about problems with their Western partners.” –

    China and Russia will hold joint military patrols in the South China Sea from September 11 – 19

    So what would happen if the US and Japan conducted a freedom of navigation operation in the South China Sea during that timeframe?
    It would cross China’s previously stated “red line,” wouldn’t it?
    Could we see an incident that gets the two sides shooting at each other?
    Could we see the two armadas circling each other with their fingers on their triggers?
    Could we see “Western provocations” also in Ukraine and Syria?

    * Please read the entire discussion from Ken, there is great insight there as Ken reveal deception, and a possible agenda unfolding in a predictable script.

    And speaking of the South China Sea:

    look for Japan to cross that “red line” in a couple of weeks…


  4. Alan Scott says:

    Yeh, wheels within wheels, huh? You’d have to wonder, though – why would the Chinese government take such a cheap shot. Are they really that stupid?


    • RonMamita says:

      Greetings Alan,
      My morning begins, and it is pleasant to hear from you.

      I think Ken did fine work uncovering this deception.
      From past actions it is far more likely that U.S. agents pulled this stunt to further their controlled narrative that justifies military conflict.
      China needed the historic G20 summit to be successful, and that embarrassing public gaff is too much a meaningless cheap shot that would not achieve any of the Chinese policy goals.
      The war drums are beating loudest in NATO and the U.S. gov, keep a watch out for their activities.

      About that important financial investment agreement between Turkey and Russia, it was not headline news. You have to search for it or have a good source that finds that kind of important news. That rules out most standard news sources, but I think the fact that it was not headline financial news in Turkey very interesting.
      Years back the Turkey/Russia gas pipeline was headline news and we saw how that investment was scuttled, perhaps this low-key approach will succeed?
      Much is hidden and wars continue to escalate.


  5. RonMamita says:

    Economic Crisis:

    Shipping is a HUGE component to international trade and commerce, and now we are witnessing more breakdowns in this industry!

    Title: U.S. judge grants Hanjin Shipping right to unload cargo at U.S. ports
    Video posted 10 Sep 2016

    Korea’s Hanjin Shipping has reportedly been given provisional court protection in the United States to unload cargo at some ports without worrying about its ships being seized.
    Industry sources say the ailing shipper,… which is currently under court receivership in Korea,… was granted protection on Friday by a bankruptcy judge in New Jersey.
    Hanjin Shipping had been seeking protection there as four of its vessels have been sitting off the western coast of the U.S. amid concerns they will be seized by creditors.
    Hanjin Shipping’s biggest shareholder, Korean Air Lines, has approved a proposed 54-point-two million U.S. dollar payment to its affiliate on the condition the loan is exchanged for collateral.
    Earlier in the week, Hanjin Group pledged over 96 million dollars to its struggling shipping arm.

    Title: Bordering Chaos: $14 Billion In Cargo Stranded at Sea, Crews Go Crazy On Hanjin Ghost Ships
    Video posted 10 Sep 2016

    The fallout from last week’s historic bankruptcy of one of the world’s biggest shipping lines, Hanjin Shipping, continued with little resolution with as much as $14 billion worth of cargo stranded at sea according to the WSJ, sending cargo owners scurrying to try to recover their goods and get them to customers. Since Hanjin’s bankruptcy protection filing, dozens of ships carrying more than half a million cargo containers have been denied access to ports around the world because of uncertainty about who would pay docking fees, container-storage and unloading bills. Some of those ships have been seized by the company’s creditors.

    As Bloomberg adds, 85 Hanjin ships that have been effectively marooned offshore as ports in the U.S., Asia and Europe have turned the company’s ships away. The worry is that Hanjin ships won’t be able to pay port fees or their contents might be seized by creditors, which would disrupt port operations. The global shipping disruption comes just as companies are shipping merchandise to fill shelves and warehouses for the end-of-year holiday season.

    […] Meanwhile, in addition to the stranded cargo, there are other more pressing problems: “Our ships can become ghost ships,” said Kim Ho Kyung, a manager at Hanjin Shipping’s labor union.

    “Food and water are running down in those ships floating in international waters.” As a result, The company has started providing food, water and daily necessities to crews on six Hanjin ships anchored at ports including Rotterdam and Singapore. About 70 container movers and 15 bulk ships are stranded at 50 ports in 26 countries, according to Hanjin. One Hanjin captain operating a ship in international waters near Japan said his vessel has been given permission to enter a Japanese port Wednesday to unload cargo, but will be required to head back out soon after.

    However the biggest threat is that being faced by Hanjin’s clients, who now find themselves with no products, and recourse.

    About 95% of the world’s manufactured goods—from dresses to televisions—are transported in shipping containers. Though Hanjin accounts for only about 3.2% of global container capacity, the disruption, which comes as retailers prepare to stock their shelves for the holiday season, is expected to be costly, as companies scramble to book their goods on other carriers.

    Analysts don’t expect the snarl to leave U.S. retailers with inventory shortfalls for the holidays, but the longer the logjam drags on, the greater the risk.

    Some of those most reliant on Hanjin, such as Samsung Electronics, which has said it has cargo valued at about $38 million stranded on Hanjin ships in international waters, are taking alternative measures: the company said it is considering chartering 16 cargo planes to fulfill its shipment contracts, mostly to the U.S. “We’re passengers on a bus, and we’re being told we can’t get off,” Evan Jones, a lawyer for the company, said Tuesday.

    For now US retailers aren’t feeling too much pain, as Nate Herman, a senior vice president for the American Apparel & Footwear Association, said: “This is not impacting store shelves now,” however he added that “It will impact store shelves if the situation isn’t resolved.” On Tuesday, the association, which represents manufacturers and retailers, held a conference call with 150 members. “People are still trying to figure out how to get their boxes off the boat and move them,” Mr. Herman said


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