Sunday, 20 August 2017

This is a real SEAL? This is Valor?

DON SHIPLEY IS A LYING SLANDERING DISGUSTING JOKE AND MAKES NAVY SEALS LOOK LIKE EVIL LITTLE BRATS after surviving a near death car crash I went back to Canada I had to face death threats , Gas lighting and all kinds of malice to me and my son by people that think they know GOD AND CAN'T SEE THROUGH THIS DEVIL 
I WAS MY HUSBANDS HELP MATE TRUELY & after standing up to the greatest corruption in the USA I was happy to get this sent to me the other day of OTHER SEALS STANDING UP TO THIS LYING SACK OF CRAP WHO HURTS PEOPLE AND LIED AND SLANDERED ABOUT MY HUSBAND -
uttered death threats against my self MY HUSBAND AND THE JACOS

New Evidence Stuns The Jewish World

I have made being my husbands helper a priority .... And God says its not good for him to be alone
I have made being my husbands helper/ help mate  a priority ....  I did not choose my husband over my son - I made the mistake of thinking my sister could help me like I could and tried to help her with her Husband and its hurt my son to think I choose my husband over my son I did not
much like when I returned to Canada 
I did not choose my son over my husband 
I always and ever choose the real choice that is God 
all other choices are illusions
the only choice is ever God

Satanism in the Army and Zombies in San Francisco with Douglas Dietrich

Tel Afar

PM: Iraqi forces begin operation to retake Tal Afar from IS 

BAGHDAD (AP) — The operation to retake the town of Tal Afar, west of Mosul, from the Islamic State group began Sunday morning, Iraq's prime minister said. Tal Afar and the surrounding area is one of the last pockets of IS-held territory in Iraq after victory was declared in July in Mosul, the country's second-largest city. The town, about 150 kilometers (93 miles) east of the Syrian border, sits along a major road that was once a key IS supply route.
"The city of Tal Afar will be liberated and will join all the liberated cities," Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said in an address to the nation broadcast on state television early Sunday. Al-Abadi said his message to IS was: "You either surrender or die."Iraq's mostly Shiite militiamen largely stayed out of the operation to retake Mosul, a mostly Sunni city about 80 kilometers (50 miles) to the east, but have vowed to play a bigger role in the battle for Tal Afar, which was home to both Sunni and Shiite Turkmen before it fell to IS, a Sunni extremist group. The militias captured Tal Afar's airport, on the outskirts of the town, last year.
Their participation in the coming offensive could heighten sectarian and regional tensions. The town's ethnic Turkmen community maintained close ties to neighboring Turkey. Turkish officials have expressed concern that once territory is liberated from IS, Iraqi Kurdish or Shiite forces may push out Sunni Arabs or ethnic Turkmen.
A stepped up campaign of airstrikes and a troop buildup has already forced tens of thousands to flee Tal Afar, threatening to compound a humanitarian crisis sparked by the Mosul operation. Some 49,000 people have fled the Tal Afar district since April, according to the United Nations. Nearly a million people remain displaced by the nine-month campaign to retake Mosul. 

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