October 16, 2018  | Edge Canopy

Markab Algedi

 

Former President of Iran Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is painted as some kind of bitter, nonsensical figure in the mainstream Western media. As if he was just taking some vengeful opportunity to shame the US, they reported on his most recent Tweet in a negative light as usual.

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad just posted something quite satisfying for American activists on Twitter, in support of Huey P. Newton and the legacy of the Oakland, California based Black Panthers, even going so far as to quote Tupac Shakur.

The Tweet reads:

“One of the main objectives of the #BlackPantherParty was feeding the hungry; which did not sit well with the #UnitedStatesGovernment . #BrotherHuey #October15

” It’s time to fight back that’s what Huey said. Two shots in the dark, now Huey’s dead””

(Image credit: John Vibes)

 

The man previously accused the US and the West of utilizing “technology” over the Mediterranean to cause the unexplainable, intense and several year long drought in the country.

That was in 2012, but just recently another figure in Iran accused them of the same thing. We all know what geoengineering is, those of us who see the lines in the sky, smell the plasticky, static electricity smell in the air and are familiar with issue.

(Image credit: Era of Wisdom)

 

According to one article:

“Iran Brigadier General Gholam Reza Jalali, the man in charge of Iran’s Civil Defense Organization recently came out and openly said Iran’s clouds were being “stolen” by Israel and another nation in the region.

He said that they were altering the clouds before they pass over Iran.




He described the exact same thing that others in America, specifically California have observed about drought: the skies are sprayed, and then the rain doesn’t fall.

Photographic evidence can easily verify that the skies are sprayed over Israel and Turkey, and if they tested the rain like independent researchers did in California, they would probably find the signature geoengineering materials aluminum, barium, and strontium, like California.”

It’s disrespectful to the modern day black revolutionaries and people seeking to defend and provide for their communities today, for the mainstream media to claim the former Iranian president was just trolling.

Thanks Ahmadinejad, you’re much appreciated. The modern day “Black Panthers,” like New Era Detroit, would probably appreciate what you said.

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