​DEA blackmailed doctors with ties to medical marijuana – reports

That’s quite a racket these gov’t agencies have going on…
The CIA trafficks $billions of narcotics into the US annually, and the DEA busts the distributors and users. If we really want to solve the drug problem in America, get rid of the Kingpin CIA/DEA syndicate. What a farce this country has become. 😦

Hilarious! Putin – Obama Split Screen at 70th D-Day Anniversary in France

LOL, great vids of beauty and the beast!

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You could cut the tension with a knife between Putin and Obama at the D-Day celebration in France. The body language is priceless! Putin is certainly amused at Obama’s.

Watch:

And while we are at it, let’s see the new president-elect of Ukraine Poroshenko’s body language. It was a huge surprise for many that Poroshenko was invited. In this invitation is seen a desperate desire of the West to legitimize the results of the Ukraine elections. Putin spoke to Poroshenko in the presence of Angela Merkel for 15 minutes. Watch Poroshenko’s expressions during that conversation:

The body language of these three people clearly demonstrates who’s who here, don’t you think?

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Prediction and Analysis: #Putin at D-Day, US and EU

Putin deserves much respect for his restraint and peaceful, international law abiding diplomacy. U’r right, any other politician may have over-reacted and plunge us into WWIII. For that alone, we owe a huge debt of gratitude to Russia and heroic Putin, peacekeeper of the world. Bless you Mr. Putin!♥

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On June 6, leaders of various European countries met in France for the 70th anniversary of the 1944 Normandy landing during WWII. Among others present were Russian President Vladimir Putin, US president Barack Obama and president-elect of the Ukraine, Petro Poroshenko. In his usual diplomatic manner Russian President Vladimir Putin gave an interview to the French press at his Sochi residence before his visit to France.

Video call snapshot 78Lada Ray’s geopolitical analysis and predictions

Overall, I believe the French President Francois Hollande has to be commended for inviting President Vladimir Putin. France in general often plays a role of a connector between Russia and the West, and it seems Hollande wants to continue in the footsteps of his predecessors. Even Sarkozy managed to play this role in 2008 during the Georgia crisis, although Francois Mitterrand and Charles De Gaulle were undeniably much better at this. But of course it was also during those times when France was…

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