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The Obama Legacy: Genocide, Destruction, Chaos, Color Revolutions And Subservience To World Zionism

by Jonathan Azaziah

As of this moment, from the gentrified hipster hellholes in Brooklyn to the pedophile-infested devil-den of Hollywood to Satan-occupied Washington DC, liberals nationwide are wailing, howling, shrieking and blubbering over Barack Obama getting out of the White House. Their tears are gushing like rushing rivers breaking through weak dams in pusillanimous sadness, their little Judaized hearts are breaking into pieces of Gefilte fish because an end has come to the presidency of this man they repetitiously and affectionately refer to as “American’s First ‘Black’ President” who brought “hope and change” not only to the USA but the world at large. But who exactly are they weeping for? Who is this harbinger of butterflies, rainbows, unicorns and cookie-delivering fairies that made God’s Green Earth such a better place? Who?! This man is a fantasy. A morbid, monstrous delusion that exists nowhere but the warped minds of snowflakes, teacups and muffintops everywhere. Continue reading The Obama Legacy: Genocide, Destruction, Chaos, Color Revolutions And Subservience To World Zionism

Hacked from ‘US servers’: Ecuador leader claims attacks on his private computer

Ecuadorean President Rafael Correa has accused the US of “systematic, high-tech” cyber-attacks on his private internet accounts and computers, the last of which was traced back to American servers last Thursday.

He outlines his accusations in a scathing Twitter post and later comments to the Latin American press.

In the Friday post, Correa denounced what he sees as “systematic, high-tech and high-resource attacks,” adding that “they will not succeed, we are more, so many more.”

Correa gave few details in the Twitter posts, but according to Telesur said that the attacks carried on throughout all of last Thursday, November 20, and that they are an American effort. Continue reading Hacked from ‘US servers’: Ecuador leader claims attacks on his private computer