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Millions of foreigners – refugees from the 9/11 wars as well as migrants looking for money – are swarming into Europe and the USA. In this show we discuss the problem...and the corruption and false flag operations that caused it.
First hour: Whistleblower Scott Bennett points out that Covington and Burling – Eric Holder's new employer – represents Union Bank of Switzerland, a major source of ISIS's funding. (Scott caught his boss, 9/11 suspect Dov Zakheim, CEO of Booz Allen Hamilton, protecting ISIS's money spigot, and was fired and prosecuted for his trouble.) Scott also opines on the gravity of the refugee crisis afflicting Europe – a refugee crisis caused by Zakheim's 9/11 false flag operation and the wars-for-Israel it triggered.
Second hour: Prominent civil rights attorney James Otto explains that 9 million foreign worker visas are issued every year by the US government. That adds up to more than 100 million total foreign worker visas since 9/11. In many cases, competent American workers are forced to train incompetent replacements. For example, Walt Disney Inc. recently fired over 700 American workers and told them: "Get used to it. You need to learn to wear a sari [Indian dress] because that is the only place you will ever get a job."
Otto also discusses the odd case of the alleged 9/11 hijackers' repeatedly entering and leaving the USA without valid reasons for their visas. (The 15 Saudi alleged hijackers were brought to the US on special CIA "snitch reward visas" used to pay off Saudi CIA assets; they later easily received foreign worker visas without any evidence of requisite US employment.)
Labels: booz allen hamilton, covington and burling, disney, dov zakheim, false flag, foreign worker visas, james otto, scott bennett, union bank of switzerland