On this edition of The Realist Report, we’re joined by Christopher Bollyn, an investigative journalist, author, and long-time 9/11 researcher. Chris and I focus on his recently published book The War on Terror: The Plot to Rule the Middle East and the origins of the Jewish-concocted “Global War on Terror”. We also discuss the 9/11 Truth movement, Bollyn’s Memo to President Trump, and other matters relating to 9/11 and the “Global War on Terror”.
Emma Higginson, 35, suffered a fractured skull, eye socket and nose in the attack at her hotel and was left ‘barely recognisable’
She was left “barely recognisable” and her room’s sheets, walls and tiles were left covered in blood.
Police in Turkey have arrested Brit car salesman Declan Marshall, 27, in connection with the assault.
Speaking from her hospital bed in Marmaris, credit controller Emma — who has agreed to be named — told The Sun: “I want everyone to see what this man has done to me.
“My mum and sister could barely recognise me. I’m in so much pain.
The Trump administration is changing how the Education Department investigates allegations of discrimination against Jewish students, backing an approach that is favored by pro-Israel groups but that critics worry will stifle free speech and criticism of Israel on campus.
The policy change was outlined in a letter last month by Kenneth Marcus, who leads the department’s Office for Civil Rights, in which he re-opened a 2011 investigation into Rutgers University in connection with alleged discrimination against Jewish students. The letter was obtained by POLITICO.
More insanity from EU governments.
Instead of doing the sensible thing, which is to stem the tide of Muslim so-called “refugees” and “migrants” into their countries, EU governments resort to silly methods to prevent the sexual molestation of their women, such as:
• “Don’t Touch Me” bracelets for girls to wear; and
The German federal police have come up with another brilliant idea — that women ditch high heels for sneakers so that they can outrun “asylum seekers”.
Two US basketball players sustained serious injuries when they were stabbed at a club in eastern Romania, local authorities say. Darrell Bowie, 24, and Joseph McClain, 25, who both play for a local club, ACS Cuza Braila, were attacked on Saturday night as they engaged in a fight with locals, according to police. McClain suffered stab injuries to his chest and stomach, and he remains in intensive care but is in a “stable” condition, a local hospital official said. Bowie, who played in 33 games with nine starts for the Iowa State Cyclones in 2016-2017, suffered multiple abdominal wounds and was transported to Romania’s capital, Bucharest, the official said, adding that the athlete’s condition is “unpredictable.”