Deagel

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History

According to their own website, deagel.com, they provide news on international military aviation and advanced technologies. There website has articles dating back to 2003, but little is known about the real owners. Many online researchers have confused this site with "deagle.com" which is owned by Edwin Deagle.[1]

Despite repeated attempts to debunk the website, it is cited as reference in a Stratfor report on the technological capabilities of The People's Republic of North Korea.[2] Deagel thus provides information which is subsequently used by global intelligence communities and governments.

Role in #Pizzagate

Connection to CIA (Central Intelligence Agency)

Deagel's own website.[3]

Connection to Benghazi and selling of weapons to Syrian rebels

Excerpt from AllNewsPipeline

My sources tell me that Deagel is the same exact kind of organization as Zapata Oil. Deagel ran guns through the Ambassador Chris Stevens and subsequently delivered them al-Qaeda in Libya and in Syria at the time of Stevens death.

Chris Stevens was deeply involved in the Benghazi incident where guns were sold to Syrian rebels in 2011.[4] An operation facilitated by the CIA that more-or-less armed members of ISIS and al-Qaeda.

Connection to international criminal activity including trafficking

"Deagel is not just a gun running/drug running/child sex trafficking organization. This means that Deagel and their partner [Stratfor] serve as marketing companies for the CIA and sell intelligence information to the highest bidder. Stratfor and Deagel provide the CIA with a minimum of two degrees of separation from nefarious operations which could taint the U.S. government and in particular, the CIA." - The Common Sense Show

Forecasting depopulation of the world

Deagel is largely an American contractor with ties into the U.S. Navy, the NSA and the CIA through Stratfor.

A partial list of known Deagel Partners

  • National Security Agency
  • North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO – OTAN)
  • Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
  • OSCE
  • Russian Defense Procurement Agency
  • Stratfor
  • The World Bank
  • United Nations (UN)

In the beginning of 2014, Deagel published on their website a now infamous projection on demographic shifts of every nation on the planet. As an Agenda 21 author puts it, "As one of the most prolific arms dealers and sellers of intelligence information on the planet, Deagel would be in a unique position from which to make projections with regard to coming world events as well as being able to anticipate dramatic shifts in global power." Below is a list of projected changes for the United States during the time frame covering 2014-2025.[5]

United States of America Projected Changes from 2014-2025

Year:  2013
Population:  316 million

Gross Domestic Product: $17 trillion

GDP per capita: $52,838

Budget: $5.8 trillion

Military Budget: $726 billion

Forecast 2025
Population: 69 million

Gross Domestic Product: $921 billion

GDP per capita: $13,328

Military Budget:  $8.0 billion

Taken from Agenda 21:

In 2013, the U.S. military budget was $726 billion dollars. However, the projected 2025 projected budget is only $8 billion dollars. With this kind of budget, the U.S. would not even be able to engage in regional conflicts.

This user suggests that the incredibly smaller budget of $8 billion dollars could be due to martial law or domestic occupation.

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