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WikiLeaks Reveals Person Hillary Wanted to Murder

BREAKING: WikiLeaks Reveals Person Hillary Wanted to Murder

WikiLeaks has stirred up speculation again that it will be releasing damaging information about Democrat nominee Hillary Clinton on Tuesday — potentially fulfilling a promise of an “October surprise.”

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was set to give a speech from the balcony of the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, where he has obtained asylum, but he canceled that due to “security threats.”

The WikiLeaks Twitter feed posted a link to a True Pundit article that highlighted how Clinton had once asked “Can’t we just drone this guy,” referring to Assange.

No wonder he probably doesn’t feel safe giving a public address where he might expose Clinton’s corruption to the world — and lose his life in the process.

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Hillary Clinton on Assange “Can’t we just drone this guy” — reporthttp://truepundit.com/under-intense-pressure-to-silence-wikileaks-secretary-of-state-hillary-clinton-proposed-drone-strike-on-julian-assange/ 

Source: Will County News

Globalists fear they’re losing control

Report: Globalists fear they’re losing control


Globe over financial data sheetsGlobalists fear that the British exit from the European Union and Donald Trump’s success in the U.S.’s 2016 election season are signs that people throughout the world are shunning their agenda in the greatest numbers in 70 years.

That’s according to a recent report out from Bloomberg Markets which chronicles growing fears that they’re losing control among globalization proponents.

“We’d like to see an end to the creeping protectionism in the world and more progress on moving ahead with free-trade agreements and other trade-creating measures,” Maurice Obstfeld, director of the IMF’s research department, told Bloomberg.

Unfortunately for European globalists, Brexit is likely just the beginning of a trend toward populist favor for more nationalistic policy proposals. Elections in Germany and France next year could bring about massive leadership changes, especially considering the turmoil the two countries are currently facing thanks to the current leadership’s immigration proposals.

Meanwhile, economic concerns in the U.S. are driving Trump’s success thanks to middle class concerns that Hillary Clinton’s lifelong ties to the dying globalist establishment would mean a doubling down of trade and other economic policies that would hurt American workers.

As Bloomberg pointed out: “[T]rade has become polling poison in the U.S. presidential campaign, with Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton now criticizing a trade deal with Pacific nations, which isn’t yet ratified in the U.S., that she had praised when it was being negotiated. Republican challenger Trump has lashed out at Mexico and China, threatening to slap big tariffs on imports from both nations.”

Clinton’s dedication to one-world goals is no secret. When she was at the State Department, the former top diplomat lauded the opening of a new office of the globalist Council on Foreign Relations down the street.

“I won’t have to go far to be told what we should be doing and how we should think about the future,” Clinton said at the time.

Source: Will County News

Russia prepares to protect millions of citizens from nuclear war with the West

Russia prepares to protect millions of citizens from nuclear war with the West


US versus Russia


Ongoing disagreements with the U.S. over how to handle the situation in Syria coupled with the prospect of a hawkish Hillary Clinton White House have Russian leaders preparing for nuclear war, according to international media reports.

Russian defense officials are currently conducting a massive military exercise to examine the logistics of shielding 40 million of its citizens—a little more than the combined population of the country’s 10 largest cities— from nuclear attack using a network of more than 5,000 shelters.

A recent headline from Zvezda, a news outlet run by Russian defense officials, declared that the exercises are necessary because “schizophrenics from America are sharpening nuclear weapons for Moscow.”

Throughout the training exercise, Russian officials will gauge the capabilities of more than 200,000 emergency response personnel and 50,000 pieces of equipment, according to reports from Russian media.

Here’s an outline of the country’s 3-stage defense drill via the Russian Federation for Civil Defense, Emergencies and Elimination of Consequences of Natural Disasters (EMERCOM):

Stage I: organization of civil defense actions

The stage is going to practice notification and gathering of senior officials of federal and regional executive authorities, local governments and civil defense forces, deployment of civil defense management system on all levels, readying civil defense communication and notification system. After the National Crisis Management Center have brought the management signals, all management bodies, state authorities, forces and facilities on duty and people will be notified through notification systems available.

Stage II: Planning and organization of civil defense actions. Deploying a team of civil defense forces and facilities designed to respond to large disasters and fires.

The stage plans to practice deployment of a mobile interagency multi-functional team of civil defense forces and facilities in each federal district in order to carry our rescue and other urgent operations, civil defense actions and to deploy special civil defense units in constituent territories; putting rescue military units, divisions of the federal fire service, rescue units on standby. The stage provides for the team to be reinforced, activation of backup control centers and practicing collecting and exchanging information in the field of civil defense.

Stage III: Organization of actions of civil defense management bodies and forces for response to large disasters and fires.

The stage will deal with the use of the civil defense team to respond to large disasters and fires, setting up aerial and mobile control centers, revising of routes for safe evacuation of people, organization of vital services; taking off fire and rescue units of the federal fire service to put out fires and conduct rescue operations at potentially dangerous facilities, including closed administrative territorial entities.

The drill will rehearse radiation, chemical and biological protection of the personnel and population during emergencies at crucial and potentially dangerous facilities. Fire safety, civil defense and human protection at social institutions and public buildings are also planned to be checked. Response units will deploy radiation, chemical and biological monitoring centers and sanitation posts at the emergency areas, while laboratory control networks are going to be put on standby.

Russian officials say that the country has the capability to protect the entire population of its largest city from attack.

“As a result of the introduction of new approaches to civil defense, an inventory of underground facilities of the city was conducted. The Moscow underground facilities will be able to protect  100% of the population of the city,” deputy head of EMERCOM of Russia in Moscow, Andrei Mishchenko said.

The official went on to urge Russians to familiarize themselves with civil defense plans and the locations of local bomb shelters.

News of Russia’s increased focus comes on the heels of U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter’s refusal to say whether military officials regard the 7,500-warhead nuclear arsenal as a defense only weapons system.

Russian President Vladimir Putin has also been ratcheting up criticism of the U.S.’s foreign policy in recent months.

Putin recently told journalists that they’re unwittingly playing a vital role in a dangerous game.

“We know year by year what’s going to happen, and they know that we know. It’s only you that they tell tall tales to [you]. And you buy it, and spread it to the citizens of your countries,” he said.

“You people in turn do not feel a sense of the impending danger – this is what worries me,” Putin continued. “How do you not understand that the world is being pulled in an irreversible direction? While they pretend that nothing is going on. I don’t know how to get through to you anymore.”

And earlier this year, Putin reportedly told his top military advisors that he believes war with the U.S.  is imminent if Clinton is elected.

Source: Will County News

Juanita Broaddrick, who says Bill Clinton raped her while he was campaigning for Governor of Arkansas

Juanita Broaddrick, who says Bill Clinton raped her while he was campaigning for Governor of Arkansas, told Dan Proft & Amy Jacobson that Hillary Clinton needs to be held accountable for her comments about the women who have accused her husband of sexual misconduct.

She said she was speaking out because Clinton had tweeted that sexual abuse victims had a right to be heard and believed.

Watch the interview now and tell us what you think on Facebook and Twitter using #UpstreamIdeas.


Source: Will County News

Public Hearings and Provide Comments on Will Connects 2040

October 4, 2016
Christina Kupkowski, PE

County Executive Larry Walsh Encourages Public to Attend Public Hearings and Provide Comments on
Will Connects 2040
Public Invited to Provide Comment on Draft Plan and Attend Public Hearings
Since early 2015, the Will County Division of Transportation (WC DOT) has been working to update its current Long Range Transportation Plan. Known as Will Connects 2040, the Plan will serve as the County’s roadmap for transportation over the next 25 years, guiding multimodal investments for maintaining and enhancing our transportation network.
“We have developed a plan of action that articulates our priority improvements to county roadways and advocates for strategic investments for our partner agency systems. Over the next 25 years, these investments will help to ensure that Will County remains a great place to live, work and do business,” said Will County Executive Larry Walsh, adding, “building off of previous public open houses, we want to encourage everyone to review the plan, attend a public hearing, and provide their comments.”
The public is invited to review and provide comment on Will Connects 2040, which is available on the project website: www.WillConnnects2040.org and attend a Public Hearing. Similar to the Open House format, the Public Hearings will highlight critical information on display boards and copies of the draft Plan will be available on site for review. The Public Hearings are scheduled for:
October 11, 4:30 – 7:00 pm
New Lenox Village Hall
1 Veterans Parkway
New Lenox, IL 60451
October 18, 4:30 – 7:00 pm
Romeoville Village Hall
1050 West Romeo Road
Romeoville, IL 60446
The 30-day public comment period began on September 21, 2016 and ends November 2, 2016.
The Plan identifies Will County’s ‘fiscally constrained’ investment priorities for county roadways and articulates transportation priorities for our partner agency systems: IDOT, Tollway, RTA, Metra, Pace, and municipalities. It also includes a transportation project list representing all Will County transportation needs, which require major capital expenditures, are important for County mobility and connectivity, and typically support capacity, preservation, or safety.
More information about the Plan, the public comment period, and the Public Hearings is available on the project website: www.WillConnects2040.org.The fall 2016 Will Connects 2040 Newsletter is also available on the project website.
About Will Connects 2040:
Launched in early 2015, the Long Range Transportation Plan known as “Will Connects 2040” considers all forms of transportation, including roads, transit (bus and commuter rail), bicycle and pedestrian, aviation, intermodal networks, and freight (truck, rail, and waterborne). The Will Connects 2040 planning process provides an opportunity for the County to evaluate the current transportation system and future transportation needs and challenges. The Will Connects 2040 Plan identifies priority improvements for county roadways and for partner agency systems.

Source: Will County News