Brussels, Belgium airport attack False Flag / Hoax?

Earlier today it was reported there was a terrorist bombing in Brussels, Belgium which has since been blamed on ISIS via CNN and major news media outlets. Is this yet another hoax, put on by the Freemasonry controlled Western Governments of the world, for the sake of scaring the people and blaming it on the false middle eastern boogie man known as “ISIS”?

Watch this video and let us know what you think….

Brussels Attacks In Belgium. Crisis Actor Caught Carrying Fake Baby During The Attack On Brussels Airport.

 

What we learned at Trump’s rally in Arizona.

Yesterday we decided to attend the Phoenix (actually Fountain Hills) rally for Presidential hopeful Donald Trump. He was joined by Arizona’s Sheriff, Joe Arpaio who has not been favorable toward the Mexican community. We saw all the reports of clashes with Trump supporters and protestors on the news so we were prepared for a crazy day. Below is a play by play of what happened and what we learned.

    1. To be official or not: We decided to be official so we got tickets in advance. Fortunately the tickets were free and we loaded the tickets on our iPhone Passbook app. Later we found out that they only allowed certain people in so obtaining the ticket at this event was a waste of time.nation19_blog_trump2_az

    2. Come Early: We didn’t anticipate the traffic and got stuck for along time just trying to get close enough to walk. Later we found out the Trump protestors blocked the highway. (salute!…wait)
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    3. Be careful where you park: We initially parked with all the rest of the cars behind some businesses but a white guy told us to move our vehicle or he’ll have it towed…only us. We moved the car and found a public spot very close. Next time we may Uber our way there and back.

    4. Trump supporters are almost all Caucasian people who express they are fed up with the current state of US economy all the way to border security. They tend to blame allot on Native, Mexican, Liberals, Muslims and Black people. Almost every Trump supporter we encountered just wants the OLD America…whatever that is.
    5. Trump Protestors/demonstrators (Arizona) are comprised of Native American, White, Black, Mexican, Muslims and are typically young. The main objective of the protestors was to show solidarity against Trump’s rhetoric and inflammatory speeches. In attendance were representatives from Puente Arizona, #BlackLivesMatter, and UniteHere (Who have been following Trump demanding equal rights to form a union at the Trump Hotel in Vegas). nation19_blog_trump_az

    6. The Police were not biased. We were waiting for them to act crazy or side with Trump supporters but we didn’t see that all yesterday. However, they were ready and dressed in riot gear.

    7. The Clashes: Every clash we filmed and saw was fueled by the Trump supporters instigating the protestors. We also saw some KKK thug type individuals among the crowd agitating the Trump demonstrators. Most of the clashes were verbal and non violent unlike the rallies we saw on the news. Things could have been worse but none of the Trump supporters seemed willing to go that far yesterday.

What we learned: Trump rallies are a small peek into the mindset of America. At times It felt like we were at a KKK rally in Mississippi. Trump can’t fix America and neither could Obama. You get a sense of prophecy after watching young white men spit at and call Black and Native people racial slurs for 3 hours. For poor people, and non whites, America hasn’t changed since the 60’s and things WILL get worse with either Trump, Bernie, or Hillary in the office. Sorry.

“I do not see how we will ever solve the turbulent problem of race confronting our nation until there is an honest confrontation with it and a willing search for the truth and a willingness to admit the truth when we discover it. – Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. – Grosse Pointe High School – March 14, 1968

How to travel in one of the most dangerous cities in the world and still be fresh.

Colombia is known as the 5th most dangerous country on earth, and Bogotá the capital of the country is labeled one of the most dangerous cities in the world. When you think of Colombia, few people relate the country to coffee, and Chocolate (cacao) but rather drugs, Pablo Escobar, murders, cartel, etc. On the contrary, Bogotá is full of people just like any city and/or state in America, where the rich live in the North and the poor live in the South. One of the differences in these poor areas is that everyone has a business whether it be a makeshift art gallery made from chalk on the ground in the middle of the street to upscale chic local restaurants. Nation19 was in Bogota, Colombia, Medellín, Cartagena and the Caribbean Island of Tierra Bomba shooting the documentary film #WarOnUs with grammy award winner Che Rhymefest Smith (Donda’s House) and speaker Jasiri Smith. The film Directed by Queen Muhammad Ali and Hakeem Khaaliq was screened at the UNGASS2016 a special session of the United Nations to discuss the War on Drugs. The UN gathering on this subject was the first in 20 years.

When we were in Colombia we had to sneak away to keep you up on game to whats really real. One of the similarities to America however is that Colombia is a Capitalist run country. With that being said I would say Bogota, Colombia is like a more tropical Harlem Newyork. Below are some of the good, the bad, and the ugly aspects we found out in Bogota Colombia:

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Nation19 CEO and Director Queen Muhammad Ali interviewing Rey Garcia and Chu Cho Bedoya in front of Culture Shock Colombia. Photos by #WaronUs Director Hakeem Khaaliq

Good: You don’t need to be scared to come to Bogota because of the “zika” virus. If you didn’t know, that is a propaganda scare tactic to get people to run and volunteer to be lab rats for the latest vaccination experiment which by the way actually has the virus in it…

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Good: The fruit here in Bogota, Colombia is the best! Its actually like crack lol I wonder if that was the real drug that they found out here lol.
[Bonus] The Fish: Below is a picture of fresh Filet of Bass which looked so good we turned pescatarian for about a week. We made sure that nothing was Tilapia, Catfish or from the Pacific Ocean thanks to our translator and assistant producer, Shahida Muhammad,
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Bad: Not really bad, but bad for you if you don’t speak any Spanish at all. Spanish is the major language spoken here. You will find some english speaking people working at hotels, but very rarely if at all will you find people on the streets that speak English. I suggest traveling with someone who knows the language, or bust out rosetta stone and learn before your trip. You can learn the basics of spanish in about 3 months.

Ugly: The people in Bogota are nice, but as I mentioned it is similar to newyork. Its a big city full of sky scrapers, lots of foot traffic, vehicle traffic, and bumpy roads. So getting around could be tedius if you don’t speak the language. I suggest not taking a taxi. Take a taxi only if its registered (booked directly from the hotel or airport). Most museums in the city are near each other and in walking distance. If you are able to get around by foot, it would be the most convenient and safest along with taking the bus.

Good: There are plenty of vendors down town to get gifts for friends and family.

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Homeless man sleeps in Central Bogotá with amazing Street Art in the background.

Bad: Although the people are nice, there is much oppression on the poor in the city. Average monthly income is about $200 a month. In some of the poor areas, petty theft is common especially cell phones. Phones are commonly stolen to resale for cash. So limit your selfie game in poor areas lol,

Good: This is a city full of art and culture. The art displayed all over town through gigantic murals to Graffiti art are heavily influenced by hiphop. There is even a huge mural of Asada Shakur right down town. Art is expressed freely throughout the town. We were told it is the news of the people. Not from mass media. So, much of the art displayed are also political statements.

Good: Many of the bad aspects of the city can be avoided with common sense.