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Jim Ferguson is here to talk about the global plot to assassinate political leaders who are standing against the globalist order.

One of the worst atrocities of the Lebanese civil war, a massacre took place from 16 to 18 September 1982 in the Sabra and Shatila refugee camps in southern Beirut. Christian Phalange militias carried out a massacre of Palestinian refugees. They roamed the camps murdering, raping and torturing hundreds of Palestinian refugees, Shia women, men and children. The Israeli army, which was occupying Beirut at the time and surrounded the camps, looked on as their Phalange militia allies went on their brutal rampage.

The Christian Lebanese politician Bashir Gemayel had just been elected president. But before he could take office, he was killed in a bomb attack blamed on the Syrian intelligence agency. The Christian Phalange militias, allied with Israel, believed that the Palestinian Liberation Organization or PLO was behind the assassination of Bashir - and sought revenge. Despite the historic impact of the event, more than 40 years later, there have been no convictions.

The film gives voice to victims of the massacre, as well as to witnesses — including the novelist Jean Genet, who was one of the first to enter the camps after the carnage. By exploring declassified archives in Israel and Lebanon, and gathering previously unseen testimonies, the documentary sheds light on both the motives and the circumstances that led to the tragedy. Through gripping firsthand accounts of both perpetrators and victims, the film also deciphers the historical and geopolitical issues behind this massacre.
1. Classified Docs Reveal Massacres of Palestinians in 1948 – and What Israeli Leaders Knew - Balfour Project (Dec. 9, 2021)

1. Jewish Supremacism, My Awakening to the Jewish Question (2002) by David Duke
2. Israel's Sacred Terrorism, A Study Based on Moshe Sharett's Personal Diary & Other Documents (1980) by Livia Rokach (66 pages)
3. The Jewish Stake in America's Changing Demography by Stephen Steinlight (Oct. 1, 2001)

4. The Lebanon Massacre (July 21, 2006) by Ghali Hassan of Global Research

Wealthy native Brit Lawrence Jamieson (Michael Caine), living in Beaumont-sur-Mer on the French Riviera, earns most of his money through big cons on wealthy, unsuspecting women. With the help of his associates, corrupt Police Inspector Andre, who provides him most of his intel, and his butler Arthur, he pulls scams such as pretending to be a foreign deposed Prince who needs money to finance a secret war to liberate his people. Beaumont-sur-Mer, and thus his world, is invaded by brash American Freddy Benson (Steve Martin), another con man whose targets are also wealthy, unsuspecting women. Lawrence believes Freddy is "the Jackal," a con man whose true identity is unknown, but who is known to be working his way through Europe. While Lawrence pulls in thousands of dollars per scam, Freddy only takes in ten or twenty dollars, or if he is lucky, hundreds of dollars per victim. Lawrence's initial effort to push Freddy out of his territory proves unsuccessful when Freddy discovers from "Lady Fanny" that Lawrence is a con artist just like he is. Thus, Freddy decides to blackmail Lawrence in order to learn from him the art of the sophisticated, suave, 'gentleman' and thus acquire greater lucre. However, an unexpected 'element' changes the course of their endeavors.

In 1944, an Army doctor is in charge of a neuropsychiatric ward at an Army Air Corps hospital in Arizona, and he must deal with a variety of tough cases. Of special concern to him are a war hero (Bobby Darin) plagued by guilt for the death of his friend, a commander whose casualties weigh heavily on his conscience and a captain rendered catatonic after hiding in a basement in Nazi Germany for a year. While Newman tries to mend their psyches, he has ethical doubts about returning them to battle.

During World War II, U.S. Navy Adm. Chester Nimitz (Henry Fonda) leads an outnumbered unit in the Pacific to break Japanese encryption codes. They soon discover that Adm. Yamamoto (Toshirô Mifune) plans an ambush of the U.S. base on the island of Midway. Capt. Matt Garth (Charlton Heston) helps devise the Navy's strategy, while his pilot son, Tom (Edward Albert), falls in love with a Japanese-American woman who is headed for an internment camp.


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