Special Thanks to migfoxbat. John Moore is an ex-Special Forces, ex-Military intelligence, ex-Police detective who has a radio show on Republic National Radio.org. In this presentation Moore relates what his sources in the Navy and FBI are saying about ‘Global Warming’ Moore says that Global Warming is a front for the climate changes from the incoming Planet X or Nibiru or whatever else we might call it. Moore says according to the Navy the entire Eastern Coast, all of Florida, Southern Georgia, all of Alabama, all of Mississippi, all of Louisiana and the east coast of Texas will be completely underwater. Also the Mississippi River will increase in size to be 100 miles wide and merge with Lake Michigan. All of Illinois and Wisconsin will be completely under water. The West coast of the USA will also be effected the extent of which will depend on seismic activity. Part of Washington state would also be under water. Now this is only what is supposed to happen to the USA. The whole world will be effected. Most areas 100 feet or less above mean sea level will be underwater areas up to 400 feet will be effected in some manner. Moore cites some proofs like CIA headquarters moving to Denver, CO. He mentions the Vatican library was closed in 2007 and has been moved. Moore has several other examples of the Governments of the world preparing for this event. Disclaimer-This program has been uploaded before I have had a chance to view it so All Views and Opinions Illustrated in This …
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Soeung Sophat, VOA Khmer Washington, DC Chheang Vannarith and An Sokhoeurn are an unusual sight on the streets of Washingtonâ€”two young Cambodians working with prestigious foreign affairs think tanks. When they get together to relax, they don’t talk about sports. They talk geopolitics. And they talk about Cambodia’s role in Southeast Asia. Their experience is a two way streetâ€”while they are learning, they are also sharing their experience with other foreign policy experts. Chheang Vannarith is a research fellow at the East West Centerâ€”the first Cambodian in the Washington center’s history. At this panel discussion on ASEAN security issues, Chheang Vannarith joined other academics specializing in South East Asia. In Cambodia, Chheang Vannarith is director of the Cambodian Institute for Cooperation and Peace, the only non-governmental international affairs think tank in the country. An Sokhoeurn is the first Cambodian intern at the Center for Strategic and International Studies’ Southeast Asia Program. A Fulbright Scholar, An Sokhoeurn also worked at the United Nations over the summer. Together, the men have a goal: to bring the theory, practice and connections of foreign policy to a higher level in Cambodia. Roundtable Discussion 1: Cambodia’s New Role in Regional and International Affairs Cambodia’s location, troubled modern history, and new-found economic growth has given the country the opportunity to play a more important role in regional and international issues.
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