World leaders voice shock, concern over events in US

World leaders reacted with shock and dismay to the storming of the US Capitol by supporters of US President Donald Trump, protesting congressional certification of President-elect Joe Biden’s electoral victory, Anadolu Agency reports. “Shocking scenes in Washington, D.C. The outcome of this democratic election must be respected,” said NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg on Twitter. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson called the events “disgraceful” and said the US “stands for democracy around the world and it is now vital that there should be a peaceful and orderly transfer of power.” Criticized for a belated reaction, after midnight local time French President Emmanuel Macron posted a video on Twitter, describing the scene of violence in Washington, D.C. as “not American.” “We believe in the strength of our democracies. We believe in the strength of American democracy,” he added. READ: Trump’s incitement led to the chaos on Capitol Hill, but democracy must prevail “I am following with concern the news that are coming from Capitol Hill in Washington. I trust in the strength of America’s democracy,” said Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez. “The new Presidency of Joe Biden will overcome this time of tension, uniting the American people.” German Foreign Minister Heiko

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Italy: Release of fishermen in Libya made in return for restoring relations with Haftar

The release of the Sicilian fishermen in Libya’s eastern city of Benghazi has taken place in exchange for restoring relations with the commander of the Libyan National Army (LNA), Khalifa Haftar, the Italian foreign minister announced yesterday. Luigi Di Maio denied recent media reports of a “prisoner exchange deal”, stressing that the rumours were “groundless”. “To release our fishermen, we were asked to release four smugglers, which was impossible,” Di Maio told reporters, referring to his recent visit to Benghazi with the Italian premier, Giuseppe Conte. “We had to re-establish relations with Haftar,” he added. “Italy has always had good relations with Haftar, and last year we both met nine times, but our relationship was cut for three months after his forces detained Sicilian fishermen on charges of penetrating Libyan territorial waters early last September,” he said. Italy recognises the legitimacy of the Government of National Accord (GNA) in Tripoli, which is backed by the United Nations. Libya to Italy: Seek France mediation to release captives from Haftar

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Moloch is also in an amusement park for children near Rome to absorb more innocent energy

Please help keep this website going by making a small donation in support of Leo’s work through Fundly: https://fundly.com/leo-lyon-zagami-channel  or Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/leozagami Article by Leo Zagami On your holiday in Rome, you could spend a day at ”Cinecittà World,” a few kilometers from the Italian capital, where you can find another disturbing adventure after visiting Moloch at the Colisseum, but please avoid bringing children. Yes, this is an amusement park set in the magical world of old Italian cinema, on the grounds of the old film studios of the legendary film producer Dino De Laurentis, but there is something strange going on here. The entrance to this unusual theme park features the Temple of Moloch with a gigantic three-eyed head featured in the 1914 film ”Cabiria”; just like the Moloch statue placed at the Colisseum. This legendary Italian silent film was directed by Giovanni Pastrone with a screenplay written by the Italian Illuminati and poet, Gabriele d’Annunzio (33rd degree of the AASR), one of the inspirators of Fascism. On top of the gigantic three-eyed head at the entrance we see the same statue of Moloch found at the Colisseum. The entrance of this theme park with a dark twist is from one of the most ominous scenes of the film “Cabiria,” where one hundred young children perish as offerings, but most Italians ignore this and bring their children inside Moloch anyway. This is particularly symbolic for what is considered the entrance of a child’s theme park in Italy.  Also for some “strange” reason children under one meter  height go in for free. Does it please the pedophile elite? “Cinecittà World”  seems to be part of the Moloch Egregore built in Rome by the darkest cults to please the ancient god associated with child sacrifice. The park re-opened on the 25th of

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Futures Fall As Europe Slides, Chinese Media Talks Back Rally

One day after a torrid ramp in Chinese stocks sent US futures surging and the Nasdaq hit a fresh all

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Italy Sewage Study Finds COVID-19 from December 2019 Samples (and March 2019 in Spain)

Coronavirus traces have been discovered in wastewater collected from Italy in December 2019, weeks before China reported its first cases.

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Is the Coronavirus Scare a Psychological Operation?

First published June 3, 2020 Governments have used psychological warfare throughout history to manipulate public opinion, gain political advantage, and

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Coronavirus – The Aftermath. A Coming Mega-Depression…

First published by GR on April 9, 2020 What will be next? Is a question on many people’s minds. Very

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BIO Clicca qui per la Versione in Italiano Leo Lyon Zagami, writer and researcher is the son of Dr. Elio

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International Revolution for Choice Rally, Brisbane June 2

Editor comments:Please share this post with all your friends, especially those in Queensland or Northern NSW, Australia. If we really

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What The World Rejected

Dr. Friedrich Stieve [1] Germany’s enemies maintain today that Adolf Hitler is the greatest disturber of peace known to history, that

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Who Started World War II? – What they don’t want you to know

In this thread, we will be exploring the truth about The Third Reich, Adolf Hitler’s rise to power and the

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