Brian S. Hooker, PhD, PE, is a former bioengineer and the team leader for the High Throughput Biology Team and Operations Manager of the DOE Genomics: Genomes to Life (GTL) Center for Molecular and Cellular Systems at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL). Hooker also is credited as a co-inventor for five patents. He now works as an associate professor at Simpson University.
In the following video Hooker fires a burning rocket through the heart of the corrupt CDC and big-pharma.
I've been reading the 2008 book, Supermob – How Sidney Korshak and His Criminal Associates Became America's Hidden Power Brokers, by investigative reporter Gus Russo. The book tells the story of the Russian-Jewish-Zionist mafia and their rise to power in the United States, beginning with their takeover of Chicago. The story is an incredible one that is centered around one Sidney Korshak, a labor lawyer who appears to have spent very little time in a court room, instead wielding his immense power via telephone. Half way through the book, i ran across the following video by Jake Morphonios of Blackstone Intelligence. The timing was interesting and the story more so.
This is the story of a very attractive young model, Anastasia Vashukevich, 21, who was apparently incarcerated in Thailand for running a dating/sex course without a permit and, according to the NY Times, without a visa. I was invited to vacation in Thailand long ago by an acquaintance who was interested in the country for seemingly one reason; cheap sex and beautiful women. Thailand is apparently quite popular with tourists for this reason and the U.S. dollar exchange rate at the time made it an appealing destination. The point is, why was a 21 year old model arrested for running a dating course without a permit in a country where prostitution appears to be a staple of the economy?
Belarusian Model/Sex Instructor Anastasia Vashukevich claims to have video evidence of Trump campaign members conspiring with a Jewish Oligarch from Russia to help #Trump win. Now Russia has her in custody…
It would be nice to think the president has final say on foreign policy, given the U.S. Constitution. But the misleading troop withdrawal announcement, followed by Trump's boastful tweet, suggests the exact opposite, says Patrick Lawrence.