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Mar 25 16:32

The Media Have Done Irreparable Damage To The Country

Half the country doesn’t trust anything you have to say. And after being accused of sedition for two years, conservatives have every right to be “sore winners” and pouncers. After all, this wasn’t your typical political debate.

Mar 25 16:19

Scott Adams: Avenatti, Charlie Brown, and Exoneration

Bonus broadcast!

Michael Avenatti arrested, charges sound serious, yay Nike!
Golan Heights is a “free money” genius move by President Trump
Anti-Trumpers saying the President was NOT exonerated by Mueller

Comments at: https://twitter.com/ScottAdamsSays/status/1110263600189300739

Mar 25 15:55

Aussie PM threatens social media companes with 'significant' penalties

Tech giants will be threatened with 'significant' penalties when they meet with Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison in Brisbane this afternoon.

Representatives from Facebook, YouTube-owner Google and Twitter will meet with the Aussie PM, plus Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton, Attorney-General Christian Porter and Communications Minister Mitch Fifield.

"We need to prevent social media platforms being weaponised," Morrison said ahead of the meeting.
(What? You mean like being used against Conservatives or people who you don't agree with?)



Emigrate While You Still Can - Finca Bayano In Panama!

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Mar 25 15:33

LifeWay Christian to shutter all 170 stores

Mar 25 15:21

ISRAEL & PALESTINE: THE MAPS TELL THE TRUE STORY

The truth is that far from being the poor victim it likes to portray itself as, Israel is in fact the most aggressive and belligerent nation in the region, having invaded pretty much everyone it shares a border with.

The following maps show just who is wiping who off of the map!

Mar 25 14:53

Venezuela Plunged Into Darkness Hours After Russian Troops Arrive

Less than one day after two Russian Air Force planes landed in Venezuela carrying nearly 100 troops and a Russian defense official, a new power outage was detected across the country at 1pm local time, affecting 57% of the country, according to Netblocks - which detects power outage based on internet outages.

Today marks the third power outage this month, which began on March 7. In response to the earlier outages, Venezuela's Defense Ministry vowed to deploy armed forces to protect the national electricity system.

Mar 25 13:52

FLASHBACK - Fox News Reporters FIRED After Exposing Monsanto Milk Link to Cancer in Blockbuster Investigation (with Video)

One of the most puzzling aspects of the GMO experiment in the United States is what’s going on in other nations in comparison to here.

For example, over 30 countries worldwide currently institute some sort of ban on GMO crops, and both Europe and Canada also have banned the bovine growth hormone drug rBGH, which has been the source of great controversy behind the scenes in the United States.

All that controversy reached a breaking point at one local news station in Florida, where two investigative reporters sought out to find the truth about one of Monsanto’s most highly profitable, and highly controversial, products.

The reporters, Steven Wilson and Jane Akre, went to great lengths in order to expose links to cancer and these Monsanto products, crafting a hard-hitting story that could have saved the health of millions of Americans.

Mar 25 13:18

Another Blackout Leaves 16 of Venezuela's 23 States Without Electricity - Source

Venezuela suffered another major blackout on Monday, with disruption of electricity grids having been observed in at least 16 of Venezuela's 23 states and the capital region, a high-ranking source in Caracas police told Sputnik.

According to a source in Venezuelan police, a new major blackout has left at least 16 of Venezuela's 23 states without electricity.

"Currently, the capital region and the country's 16 states remain fully or partly without electricity," the source said.



Mar 25 13:10

Bishop Richard Williamson's latest on the holohoax

On January 31 last, the European Court of Human Rights announced its long-awaited decision to reject the appeal of the author of these “Comments” against his almost unanimous condemnation by seven different courts of law in Germany over several years for the “crime” by German law, of questioning on German soil in November of 2008 whether Six Million people really were gassed under the Third Reich... Now let us look at laws and courts which punish any questioning of the notorious murder of Six Million victims in World War II. Was it a historical fact, or not? If it was true, then to question it can be bad if the damage done is bad enough, but if the murder never took place, then it is in accordance with truth to call it in question, and not only is it not bad, it is positively good, to call it in question.

Mar 25 13:02

‘Bwahahahaha!’ WaPo journo delivers post-Mueller ‘media reckoning’ that’s ‘almost as delusional as the Russia collusion theory’



Mar 25 12:43

Israel Strikes Hamas Targets in Gaza as Sirens Blare in Borders Communities

Bomb shelters opened ? Thousands of reservists to be called up ? Army warns civilians: Explosions to be heard as part of attack on the Strip ? Three wounded from rocket strike still hospitalized



Mar 25 12:33

Trump Regime Anti-Government Paramilitary Plot Uncovered in Venezuela

On Saturday, Venezuelan President Maduro announced the capture of a Colombian paramilitary head of a (Trump regime) plot to oust him by brute force. More on this below.

So far, everything Trump regime hardliners threw at Venezuela to topple its democratically elected government failed.

It notably includes continued efforts to turn the country’s military against President Maduro and Bolivarian governance – by pressure, false promises, perhaps threats and bribes.

It aims for gaining overwhelming popular opposition to Maduro, for acceptance of Guaido to replace him as interim president – despite nothing in Venezuela’s Constitution permitting the scheme.

Two false flags failed – notably the February 23 Trojan horse “humanitarian aid” PR stunt, fooling no one but establishment media, portraying out-of-date/unsafe to use food and meds as Trump regime concern for the welfare of ordinary Venezuelans it doesn’t give a hoot about.

Mar 25 12:33

US and Puppet Guaido Implicated in Terrorism Plot Against Venezuela

The US coup with the self-proclaimed Venezuelan puppet president Juan Guaidó has been failing. Right-wing Latin American countries and the European Union, while willing to go along with the charade farce president have not been willing to take military action against Venezuela.

This week the US was caught seeking to create violent chaos with imported mercenaries disguised as Venezuelan military, funded by assets seized from Venezuela as part of the US economic war. Telesur reports the government unveiled telephone conversations and other evidence between leaders of the right planning violence against the country that came from a Guaidó aide.

Mar 25 12:32

Google Downplays Searches for News of No New Indictments in Mueller Probe

Google search is hiding auto-completed text related to the Robert Mueller special counsel investigation, according to a Washington Free Beacon analysis.

Mueller's investigation has finished with no further indictments, the culmination of a story that has dominated the news for the better part of two years. But the most popular search engine is avoiding the topic.

Using Google search on multiple browsers and on private-browsing mode, the Free Beacon found Google search had an aversion to the search term "indictment."



Mar 25 12:32

Venezuela Military Deploys S-300 Missiles Following Russian Troop Arrival

Following the major weekend development of Moscow unambiguously asserting its 'red line' concerning potential US military intervention in Venezuela, for which Russia sent a military transport plane filled with Russian troops which landed in Caracas Saturday, new satellite images reveal a major deployment of S-300 air defense missile systems to a key airbase south of Caracas.

Mar 25 11:51

95% of Bitcoin Trading is Fake, Study Finds

Mar 25 11:42

Hillary Said The Seven Words That Left Jaws On The Ground

The Washington Times reports, “Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton slammed President Trump recently for arguing there’s a national crisis on the U.S.-Mexico border.”

“I just don’t think you should call national emergencies unless there truly is a national emergency. There’s no national emergency at our border,” Clinton recently said in an interview with Showtimes’ “The Circus”.

The fact that Clinton said this with a straight face encapsulates why she lost in 2016.

And the sad thing is she likely doesn’t even realize it.

Claiming that “There’s no national emergency at our border” is perhaps the most tone-deaf thing any politician in America could say.

Mar 25 11:41

Belgrade protestors demand president, premier to resign

Another rally, during which protesters demanded the resignation of President Aleksandar Vucic and Prime Minister Ana Brnabic ended without major incidents on Saturday evening, a TASS correspondent reported from the scene.

"For four months, we have been campaigning for three major things: firstly, the resignation of president Vucic and Prime Minister Brnabic; secondly, the dismissal of the Regulatory Authority of Electronic Media’s council; and, thirdly, the resignation of Parliament Speaker Maja Gojkovic," Serbian actor and politician Branislav Lecic told the crowd.

He vowed that the protestors would take "resolute practical steps" if those demands are not met and if a transitional government, charged with holding early elections within six months, is not formed.

"Thousands will gather for a rally on April 13, and they will go all the way," Lecic said.



Mar 25 11:41

Russia, China hope for immediate success of US talks with Taliban — diplomat

Russia and China support US talks with the Taliban movement (outlawed in Russia) and show interest in immediate success of this dialogue, Russia’s Presidential Envoy for Afghanistan Zamir Kabulov said after trilateral consultations on Afghanistan in Washington with the US and Chinese envoys.

"Both we and the Chinese are certainly interested in immediate success of the US talks with the Taliban movement, five rounds of which were held in Doha. That’s why this is a key moment for further progress towards a stable peace in Afghanistan," the Russian diplomat said.

Mar 25 11:38

Russian planes 'carrying troops' arrive in Venezuela

Two Russian Air Force reportedly planes landed in Venezuela's main airport on Saturday carrying a Russian defence official and around 100 troops.

One flight tracking website shows two aircraft left a Russian military base for the Venezuelan capital Caracas on Friday, with a further jet leaving on Sunday.

The arrival of the military jets was confirmed by Javier Mayorca, an independent journalist, who said an Antonov-124 cargo plane and a smaller jet touched down late on Saturday.

He said approximately 100 soldiers – led by General Vasily Tonkoshkurov, who is head of the Mobilization Directorate of Russia's armed forces – was also seen, as well as 35 tons of equipment.

Mar 25 11:37

As Russia collusion fades, Ukrainian plot to help Clinton emerges

After nearly three years and millions of tax dollars, the Trump-Russia collusion probe is about to be resolved. Emerging in its place is newly unearthed evidence suggesting another foreign effort to influence the 2016 election — this time, in favor of the Democrats.

Ukraine’s top prosecutor divulged in an interview aired Wednesday on Hill.TV that he has opened an investigation into whether his country’s law enforcement apparatus intentionally leaked financial records during the 2016 U.S. presidential campaign about then-Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort in an effort to sway the election in favor of Hillary Clinton.

The leak of the so-called black ledger files to U.S. media prompted Manafort’s resignation from the Trump campaign and gave rise to one of the key allegations in the Russia collusion probe that has dogged Trump for the last two and a half years.

Mar 25 11:36

Pentagon fails to deliver US strategy on Yemen

The Donald Trump administration has missed another congressional deadline to lay out the US strategy in Yemen, Al-Monitor has learned.

The US strategy in the four-year conflict has never been publicly articulated even as the Barack Obama and Trump administrations provided refueling and intelligence support. A reporting requirement was set out in last year’s defense authorization bill, which called on the Pentagon to detail specific US diplomatic and national security objectives and the costs of American involvement, including the controversial refueling mission terminated in November.

“The Department of Defense is working with Congress to provide the report," Pentagon spokesperson Rebecca Rebarich told Al-Monitor.



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Mar 25 11:36

Syria Vows to Recover Golan Heights; Russia: Trump's Recognition Violates UN Resolutions

Erdogan says Trump's statement that it's time to recognize Israeli sovereignty over Golan has brought region to edge of new crisis ? Iran calls declaration 'illegal and unacceptable'

Mar 25 11:35

Trump dangles investment to Caribbean leaders who back Venezuela's Guaido

U.S. President Donald Trump pledged investment in a rare meeting on Friday with five Caribbean leaders who have sided with the United States in backing Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido as head of state, the White House said.

Mar 25 11:35

U.S. cautions Venezuela's Maduro over detained Citgo workers, others

The Trump administration on Friday warned the government of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro over the detention of Americans, including six executives from Houston-based oil company Citgo Petroleum who have been jailed since 2017.

“We will hold Maduro and his prison officials to account for their safety and well-being,” the U.S. State Department said in a statement, adding that the Citgo employees include five individuals with dual U.S. citizenship and one U.S. legal permanent resident.

The United States is concerned about reports of prison officials preventing attorneys and families of detained U.S. citizens from delivering food and denying communication, the statement said.

Mar 25 11:34

U.S. blacklists Venezuelan state banks after arrest of Guaido aide

The United States imposed sanctions on Friday on Venezuela’s development bank, Bandes, a day after the Trump administration warned there would be consequences for the arrest by Venezuelan authorities of opposition leader Juan Guaido’s top aide.



Mar 25 11:34

Leaked Audio Exposes Oil & Gas Execs Laughing with Joy over Cozy Access to Trump Officials

A newly-leaked audio recording reveals that oil and gas executives in a private meeting were “giddy” with laughter in the summer of 2017 as they rejoiced over the “unprecedented access” they were being given to the highest levels of the Trump administration, boasting about their ability to have closed-door meetings with top officials and the ascendance of their own industry colleagues to some of the most powerful seats of government.

Mar 25 11:34

US Has a Plan for Eastern Syria, and It Relies on ISIS

SDF, a force comprised of Kurdish and Arab units that is considered the closest ally of the US in the fight against ISIS in Syria, managed to overcome ISIS defenses with the support of the US-led International Coalition. The clashes resulted in severe casualties on both sides, while hundreds of terrorists as well as their wives and children surrendered to SDF.

The terrorists in SDF custody were presented a deal which involves fighting against the Syrian government forces in oil-rich desert area in eastern Syria, informed sources reported.

Mar 25 11:33

China-Africa Cooperation under the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI): Africa Sees the Way Forward

Since the initiative was proposed, China-Africa cooperation has seen all-round progress and presented new features. In March 2013, when visiting three African countries, Chinese President Xi Jinping proposed to build a China-Africa community with a shared future and summarized new concepts of future cooperation between the two sides as “sincerity, real results, amity and good faith”.

At the 2018 Beijing Summit of the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation, Xi stressed again that China and Africa need to develop a community of shared future by sharing responsibilities and gains, achieving win-win cooperation and common cultural prosperity as well as improving security and harmonious coexistence. The proposal has gained wide wide support from African leaders.

Mar 25 11:33

Undercounting hate: FBI will not report its hate crime numbers again this year as required by law

A federal indictment charged four people with a variety of crimes from forced labor to attempted sex trafficking to hate crimes – that designation because prosecutors said the abuses happened because of the woman’s disability.

Despite the horrific allegations and hate crime charge in that case, it doesn’t show up in federal hate crime data. Neither do dozens of others investigated by the FBI and publicized by the Department of Justice, InvestigateTV has found.

In its failure to report, the FBI is breaking the Uniform Federal Crime Reporting Act of 1988. The law allows local and state agencies to voluntarily report hate crime data to the FBI’s system. But as InvestigateTV reported in February, the law requires all federal agencies, including the FBI, to report.

“If they’re not [reporting], I will land on them like a ton of bricks,” Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vermont, the senior-most member of the Senate Judiciary Committee.



Mar 25 11:32

Top Trump Challenger Just got Caught in This Career Ending Legal Scandal

Abrams would enter the race under a legal and ethical cloud.

After Abrams lost the Georgia Gubernatorial election, she formed a 501(c)4 non-profit group called Fair Action Fight.

The group claimed to fight for voting rights, but in reality, it wanted to enable voter fraud by eliminating voter ID laws that protect the integrity of elections.

Critics accused the group – which is subsidized by taxpayers by virtue of its non-profit tax status – of acting as a slush fund to promote Abrams political activities.

The watchdog group Foundation for Accountability and Civic Trust filed a complaint with the Federal Election Commission accusing Fair Action Fight of spending $100,000 on Facebook ads promoting Abrams, hosting a fundraiser for Abrams, paying for travel on a “thank you” tour of Georgia after her defeat, and producing a video package of clips of Abrams on the group’s website.

Mar 25 11:18

Political Correctness Demands Diversity in Everything but Thought

To my great surprise, when I recently wrote about the brutal militarism and human-rights violations of the Islamic State, I received more criticism from my readers than I’ve gotten for anything I’ve ever written. Dozens of them asked to be removed from my mailing list, as many as I’d normally get in a full year. Others were convinced that it couldn’t actually be me who was the author of such words, that I must have been hacked. Some wondered whether my recent illness had affected my mind. Literally! And almost all of the Internet magazines which regularly print me did not do so with this article.

Now why should this be?



Mar 25 11:17

How a Train Through Paradise Turned Into a $9 Billion Debacle

The train through paradise should have been complete by now.

The dream was an elevated rail system to bypass what has been some of the country’s worst traffic, whisking commuters from the farmland and swelling suburbs of West Oahu into the heart of Honolulu. The 20-mile route parallels one of the world’s most glorious tropical shorelines.

Mar 25 11:16

So Obama knew all along about deep state's bid to Get Trump...

On Oct. 14, 2016, Page again wrote to McCabe, this time concerning a meeting with the White House.

“Just called," Page said to McCabe. "Apparently the DAG [Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates] now wants to be there, and WH wants DOJ to host. So we are setting that up now. ... We will very much need to get Cohen’s view before we meet with her. Better, have him weigh in with her before the meeting. We need to speak with one voice, if that is in fact the case.” ("Cohen" is likely then-Deputy CIA Director David Cohen.)

McCabe responded within the hour: "Thanks. I will reach out to David." On Oct. 19, Page wrote to McCabe that the "meeting with WH counsel is finally set up."

Neither Lisa Page nor McCabe responded to Fox News' inquiries as to whether the meeting was designed to brief the White House on the FISA application or some other matter.

Mar 25 11:15

Lara Logan: Media Created False Impression Mueller Indictments Were for Russia Collusion

Appearing on Fox and Friends Saturday, former CBS News correspondent Lara Logan slammed the establishment media’s coverage of special counsel Robert Mueller’s now-concluded investigation, stating that journalists repeatedly presented the false impression that indictments brought by prosecutors were for collusion with Russia instead of other crimes.

Mar 25 11:14

Purim Blackface: Unchallenged Jewish racism in the USA

According to theForward, it is not uncommon for Orthodox Jews to dress in blackface for Purim. After someone in blackface attended a Purim party in Los Angeles, Aliza Hausman of Chabad-Lubavitch, who identifies as a mixed-race Dominican Jew, said she believes that the general attitude in the Orthodox world is that “dressing up in blackface for Purim is not racist”.

Nonetheless, it is clear that African Americans find blackface offensive. Blackface isn’t just about a costume; it invokes a racist and painful history.



Mar 25 11:13

Boeing Could Be Charged for Not Making 737 MAX Safety Upgrades Standard - Report

New accusations against Boeing suggest that the firm could be vulnerable to lawsuits for disabling key safety features of the 737 MAX — including software integral to giving the pilot accurate data in adverse conditions — only providing the upgrades for an extra fee that poorer carriers, including those in Ethiopia and Indonesia, could not afford.

While the formerly extra-fee software addon has now been made freely available to all owners of the 737 MAX regardless of financial health, many suggest that Boeing's strategy of milking extra cash out of what should have been a standard safety feature puts the aerospace company at fault for the crashes, according to reports.

Mar 25 11:13

If Truth Be Told About Cowpox & Smallpox Diseases Scientific Differences That Caused A Pharmaceutical Fairytale

By Catherine J. Frompovich

The pharmaceutical industry followed charlatan Edward Jenner into a perpetuity of high profits and criminal scientific misdemeanors for which Big Pharma and vaccine manufacturers are not being held accountable within product liability law, at least in the USA, due to the actions of the U.S. Congress in 1986 when it passed the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act (NCVIA)...

Mar 25 11:13

May Calls Emergency Closed-Door Brexit Meeting in UK Country House - Source

UK Prime Minister Theresa May is holding an emergency meeting at her Chequers country residence to discuss the Brexit crisis, a source close to the situation told Sputnik.

According to the source, the meeting will be conducted in a closed format and will be attended by a few ministers and a few members of the May's Conservative party.

UK media outlets have said that among those in attendance will be UK Deputy Prime Minister David Lidington, Environment Secretary Michael Gove and Brexit Secretary Steve Barclay.

Mar 25 11:12

US airstrikes kill a dozen Afghan civilians, as battle with Taliban heats up – report

American airstrikes have killed around a dozen Afghan civilians in the northern province of Kunduz, local officials have said. The strikes came as US-backed Afghan forces and Taliban militants vie for control of the area.

One provincial councillor put the death toll at twelve, while another estimated that 13 civilians died, including children, in Saturday’s strikes. NATO spokeswoman Sergeant. Debra Richardson told Reuters that the alliance’s Resolute Support mission is aware of the casualty reports, and that it investigates all such credible allegations.

“We take every measure to prevent civilian casualties, in contrast to the Taliban who intentionally hide behind women and children,” Richardson said in a statement.

Mar 25 11:12

US Ships Again Provoke Beijing By Sailing Through Strait Of Taiwan

Beijing is already threatening retaliation over Washington's expected sale of dozens of F-16s and tanks to Taiwan. But as if ties between the world's two largest economies hadn't already been sufficiently strained, the Navy and Coast Guard again provoked the Chinese leadership on Sunday when they sailed two ships - identified as the Navy destroyer Curtis Wilbur and the Coast Guard cutter Bertholf - through the Strait of Taiwan.

According to Reuters, the gesture, which is part of a redoubled US effort to flex its muscles near Chinese waters, should be interpreted - like other 'freedom of navigation' operations before it - as a sign of support for Taiwan, which is struggling with an increasingly threatening Beijing. The Chinese military has been holding more military drills and missions around the island, as President Xi has made bringing the wayward province back under Beijing's thumb a top priority for his rule.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

(Sigh) In his one-man show by American comedian, Ron White, there is a phrase which I have felt was in order, looking at the deeds of the US military, currently.

At the same moment, while delicate negotiations about China's and the US's trade policy with one another continue, the only thing I can say here, is "You can't fix stupid".

Actually, stupid and reckless, would be a better characterization of these acts, done right at the moment when US/China trade relations are already very strained.

I could probably conjure up some other stupid and reckless scenarios, but the timing, on the part of the US government and military, could not possibly have been worse.

There are two schools of thought in Washington about China; the first is, destroy it militarily, while we still can the US government plans to nuke Russia and China, or cage the rage, and figure out how to treat them as allies.

As a Christian pacifist activist, I far prefer the second course of action.

But there is absolutely no middle road, between confrontation, and peaceful trade; I hope (and pray) that those in the Bowels of Power in DC, understand that, regarding how we treat China.

Mar 25 11:12

JIM STONE: DUE TO THE MILLIONS OF DEAD CALVES CAUSED BY THE MIDWEST FLOODS, STOCK UP ON BEEF NOW

Governor Ricketts of Nebraska has stated that over a million calves are dead in his state due to massive and unprecedented flooding that drowned the herds. Obviously more than calves were lost, a lot of adult cows were lost also, along with other livestock and the fastest possible recovery from this will be 4 years. It is too early to know if the growing season is canceled but it appears it may be, growing can be recovered in one season if the timing is right, the loss of cows is what is bad with all of this so far.

Mar 25 11:10

Theresa May Delivers Speech to Parliament Ahead of Brexit Debate

UK Prime Minister Theresa May is delivering a speech to members of Parliament on the process of Brexit talks with the EU prior to a debate on the issue.

The day before, a source told Sputnik that May held an emergency meeting at her Chequers country residence to discuss the Brexit crisis.

UK Faces Anti-Brexit Protests, Cabinet Tensions Ahead of Third Deal Vote
UK-EU Brexit talks are in a stalemate as the UK Parliament refused to support May's negotiated deal with the bloc. The European Union has agreed to grant the United Kingdom a delay to the original departure date of 29 March.



Mar 25 11:08

UNHRC VOTES 23-8 FOR ARMS EMBARGO AND WAR CRIMES SUITS AGAINST ISRAEL

The United Nations Human Rights Council voted 23-8 for an arms embargo against Israel and the prosecution of Israelis for war crimes over IDF actions along the Gaza border last year.

It was one of five anti-Israel resolutions which the UNHRC approved on Friday in Geneva as it wrapped up its 40th session.

Australia was the only country who voted against all five of the texts. Neither Israel or the United States are members of the council.

Mar 25 11:07

BEX ALERT - The internet is radicalizing white men. Big tech could be doing more

Among the many tragedies of the massacre at two New Zealand mosques on Friday is a bitter irony: The terrorist who killed at least 50 people in an Islamophobic attack resembled in many ways a member of ISIS. If his life had gone different in some way, he might well have ended up one and killed people somewhere else in its name. The type of extremism and hatred is of course different. But they have at least one thing in common: the internet as a tool of radicalization.

Mar 25 11:06

Maduro Allegedly Foils US Assassination Plot Against Him That Used BofA Funds 

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro on Saturday said the country's special forces have thwarted a plan to assassinate him, directed by the opposition’s leader Juan Guaido, reported Agence France-Presse.

"The North American imperialism wants to kill me. We have just exposed a plan to kill me, which was personally led by the devil’s puppet [Guaido]," Maduro told thousands of supporters in Caracas, noting that government prosecutors had made significant progress in investigating the "terrorist plot."

Mar 25 11:06

Turkey Blames JPMorgan For Lira Crash, Launches Probe; Erdogan Threatens "Manipulators"

On Friday, when the Turkish lira suddenly cracked, and suffered its biggest one-day drop since last summer's crisis as public attention turned to the sudden plunge in the nation's reserves and the bank's unexpected 150bps equivalent tightening in policy, JPMorgan FX strategists poured gasoline on the fire when - as the lira was sliding - they published a note recommending a 5.90 target on the USDTRY.

As JPM analysts Anezka Christovova and Saad Siddiqui wrote on Friday morning recommending a lira short, Turkish authorities would likely "attach less significance to lira stability and reduce FX reserve support" for the currency following March 31 elections, resulting in further lira weakness, adding that the pace at which Turkey’s burning net foreign reserves is “unsustainable” and therefore “FX reserve support will abate post local elections on March 31, which could lead to USDTRY trading substantially higher."

Mar 25 11:05

"Netanyahu’s Stranglehold on Trump Explained"

Mar 25 10:59

US-Backed Kurds Declare ISIS ‘Defeated’ in Syria

Following repeated false claims of victory, the US-backed Kurdish Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) announced on Saturday that they are formally declaring ISIS to be “100% territorially defeated,” with the final capture of Baghouz, in Syria’s far east.

This comes after several years of fighting against ISIS, and nearly three months of fighting just over the tiny village of Baghouz. SDF officials are talking about the victory, but at the same time concede that there may be, and most likely are, ISIS remnant fighters in the desert.

ISIS spokesman Abu Hassan al-Muhajir has issued an audio recording anticipating the fall of Baghouz, insisting that the “caliphate” is not finished, despite having lost all of their territory. Some US officials are estimated 15,000 to 20,000 armed ISIS fighters could remain in the region.



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Mar 25 10:58

Trump's Golan remarks only bolster resistance against Israel, supporters: Iran official

US President Donald Trump has only made the resistance front more resolute against the Israeli regime and its supporters following his remarks in recognition of Israel's "sovereignty" over the occupied Golan Heights, says a senior advisor to Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei.

Ali Akbar Velayati, who is also secretary general of the World Assembly of Islamic Awakening, made the remarks in a Sunday statement in response to Trump's announcement.

He emphasized that the recognition of the “tyrannical occupation of the Golan Heights … which is aimed at making that regime feel secure, will undoubtedly add to regional problems and make the resistance front more resolute in fighting the Zionist regime and its supporters.”

Mar 25 10:58

UK’s secret war: British commandos wounded in Yemen

A number of elite British commandos have sustained injuries in direct gunfights with Yemeni forces as part of what appears to be a secretive UK military campaign in Yemen, a new report says, adding a major twist to London’s involvement in Saudi Arabia’s deadly war against its impoverished southern neighbor.

The Mail on Sunday said it can reveal that at least five members of the UK’s Special Boat Service (SBS) troops had suffered gunshot injuries in fierce clashes with members of the Houthi Ansarullah movement, who have been repelling the Saudi-led military invasion since March 2015.

The SBS personnel received treatment for leg and arm wounds in Yemen’s northern Sa’ada province, where the report said around 30 elite British forces had been based.

The injured soldiers had been taken back to the UK to recover, the report added.

Mar 25 10:57

Malaysian PM Mahathir: Israel ‘a state of robbers’

Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad has dubbed Israel as “a state of robbers”, saying his country enjoys friendly relations with every country in the world except Israel.

“We are not against Jews but we cannot recognize Israel because of its occupation of Palestinian land,” Mahathir said in remarks aired by local broadcasters during his three-day visit to Pakistan.

“You cannot seize others’ lands, and form a state. It’s like a state of robbers,” he added.

His remarks came a day after US President Donald Trump said it was time to recognize Syria's Golan Heights, occupied since 1967, as Israeli territory.

Mar 25 10:57

Mueller investigation finds no Trump-Russia conspiracy, stops short of exonerating president on obstruction of justice

The investigation led by Robert Mueller found that neither President Donald Trump nor any of his aides conspired or coordinated with the Russian government’s 2016 election interference, according to a summary of the special counsel’s findings made public Sunday by Attorney General William Barr.

The summary also said that the special counsel’s team lacked sufficient evidence to establish that Trump illegally obstructed justice, but added that Mueller’s team stopped short of exonerating Trump.

“While this report does not conclude that the president committed a crime, it also does not exonerate him,” Barr quoted Mueller as writing.

Barr delivered the summary of the special counsel’s finding to Congress on Sunday afternoon, just days after the conclusion of a sprawling investigation into Russia’s attempts to sabotage the 2016 election and whether Trump or any of his associates conspired with Moscow’s interference.

Mar 25 10:56

Crimea: The Geopolitical Jewel Putin Continues to Polish

With all that is happening in the world Crimea has taken a bit of a backseat recently. Yes, the US, EU and Canada just added more sanctions on Russia via the odious Magnitsky legislation but this is inconsequential.

There’s been a flurry of good news coming out of Crimea and the Black Sea recently that bears discussion. Let’s start with the most important. President Vladimir Putin was in Crimea earlier this week to celebrate the fifth anniversary of the peninsula’s reunification with Russia. There he also officially inaugurated two major upgrades to Crimea’s power grid.

Mar 25 10:56

Neo-Nazi groups allowed to stay on Facebook because they ‘do not violate community standards’

Neo-Nazi groups have been allowed to remain on Facebook because the social media giant found they did not violate its “community standards”, it has been revealed.

Pages operated by factions of international white supremacist organisations including Combat 18 and the Misanthropic Division were reported, but Facebook refused to remove the content and told researchers to unfollow pages if they found them “offensive”.

A Counter Extremism Project report, seen exclusively by The Independent, showed the same response was received for chapters of Be Active Front USA, a racist skinhead group, and the neo-Nazi British Movement.

Several of the pages unsuccessfully reported included racist and homophobic statements, such as calling non-whites “vermin” and gay people “degenerates”, images of Adolf Hitler and fascist symbols.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

But if you are a conservative, or concerned about vaccines, you are OUTAHERE!

Mar 25 10:55

Stormy Daniels’ Ex-Lawyer Michael Avenatti Arrested for Alleged $20 Million Extortion Scheme against Nike, Embezzling Client’s Money, Defrauding Bank

Celebrity lawyer Michael Avenatti was arrested Monday on charges that he tried to extort up to $25 million from Nike by threatening to hurt that athletic apparel giant financially with negative publicity.

Avenatti also is charged in a separate federal case out of Los Angeles, where he is accused of embezzling a client’s money “in order to pay his own expense and debts,” and of “defrauding a bank in Mississippi,” prosecutors said.

Mar 25 10:54

This map shows the various states that enacted legislation requiring various forms of Israel loyalty oaths.

THIS MAP SHOWS THE VARIOUS STATES THAT ENACTED LEGISLATION REQUIRING VARIOUS FORMS OF ISRAEL LOYALTY OATHS. STIPULATIONS IN THESE OATHS MAKE BOYCOTTING ISRAEL ILLEGAL. A DIRECT INFRINGEMENT ON AMERICAN FIRST AMENDMENT RIGHTS

Mar 25 10:54

Glenn Greenwald: Russia Collusion 'Conspiracy' Was "Saddest Media Spectacle I Have Ever Seen"

Offering one of the most scathing responses to the Mueller report summary released Sunday night, Glenn Greenwald, a Pulitzer Prize winning journalist and founding editor of the Intercept, appeared on Democracy Now! Monday, where he lambasted the mainstream press for helping to perpetuate the "total fraud" that was the Russia collusion narrative.

"This is the saddest media spectacle I have ever seen since I began practicing journalism in 2005 and what makes it even sadder is to watch all the people who invested their journalistic credibility into what proved to be a complete and total fraud and scam continue to try and cling to some vestige of credibility by continuing to spin conspiracy theories that are even more reckless and more unhinged than those we've been subjected to for the past three years."

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Glenn, I feel for you; and yes, the American people will not be paying attention to anything the corporate news states any more for quite some time to come.

But by spreading the virus of "Russian Collusion" as a true narrative, that is what these presstitutes and waraspondents truly deserve, and they have brought it on their own heads; but this is absolutely the reality here.

I have a great deal of respect for THE INTERCEPT, and I would think you would feel good about what we do here at WRH, should you happen to visit the site.

Mar 25 10:53

Read: Barr's letter to Congress on the Mueller report

This is the letter sent to Congress from Attorney General William Barr summarizing Robert Mueller's report.

Mar 25 10:53

UPS To Send Nurses For In-Home Vaccinations

United Parcel Service (UPS) is preparing to test a service which will dispatch nurses to vaccinate adults in their homes, according to Reuters.

While UPS did not disclose which vaccines would be used in the project, vaccine manufacturer Merck & Co told Reuters it was exploring a partnership.

The project, previously unreported, shows how UPS is targeting a larger slice of the $85 billion outsourced healthcare logistics market. Deutsche Post’s DHL Group dominates the market, which is expected to grow to $105 billion by 2021. -Reuters

"Over-the-threshold services is where the world is headed," said UPS global healthcare logistics strategy head, Chris Cassidy - who joined the company last year from GlaxoSmithKline.

Mar 25 10:52

With RussiaGate Over Where's Hillary?

During most of the RussiaGate investigation against Donald Trump I kept saying that all roads lead to Hillary Clinton.

Anyone with three working brain cells knew this, including ‘Miss’ Maddow, whose tears of disappointment are particularly delicious.

Robert Mueller’s investigation was designed from the beginning to create something out of nothing. It did this admirably.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I imagine the ashtrays are flying over in Hillaryland!

Mar 25 10:51

‘Zombie deer’ brain disease spreads to 24 US states & Canada… and increasingly threatens HUMANS

An incurable, mad-cow-like brain infection nicknamed “zombie deer disease” that causes deer, elk and moose to behave strangely and aggressively has spread through half the US – and some fear it may soon turn up in humans.

Chronic wasting disease (CWD) renders its victims uncoordinated, confused and aggressive, while also causing them to lose weight and – eventually – their lives, giving rise to the nickname “zombie deer disease.” Sick animals walk in repetitive patterns and lose all fear of humans, developing a vacant stare.

Like mad cow disease, CWD attacks the brain and spinal cord and is believed to be caused by prions, infectious proteins that travel in bodily fluids and remain contagious for years after leaving the body of their host. Also like mad cow disease, in its early days at least, some scientists have scoffed at the notion it can be transmitted to humans. Others see history repeating itself.

Mar 25 10:50

‘Attack on sovereignty & territorial integrity’ – Syria reacts to Trump’s Golan Heights move

Calling the decision a "flagrant attack" on Syrian territorial sovereignty, an official from Syria’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs has condemned Donald Trump’s recognition of Israel’s claim to the occupied Golan Heights.

The decision embodies Washington’s support for “Zionist occupation,” the Foreign Ministry told Syrian state media in a statement. It also stressed that Trump’s decision shows extreme contempt for international law, and is a “slap in the face” for the international community which has condemned the occupation of the Golan Heights in the United Nations.

Trump does not have the right or legal capacity to legitimize the occupation of other’s territory, and America’s aggressive policy will leave the region and the world vulnerable to danger.

Mar 25 10:50

Breaking: Two holistic doctors gunned down in their home, authorities say they were murdered by an 11-year-old

At around 7:30 a.m. on March 15th, cops responded to a 911 call and found James Eckert, a 48-year-old chiropractor and ultramarathon runner in critical condition, and his wife, 50-year-old Lizette Eckert, also a chiropractor, dead from a gunshot wound. James later died at the hospital. (Autopsies would later reveal that both James and Lizette died of a single gunshot to the head.)

An 11-year-old boy was found after a two-hour manhunt and charged with second-degree murder. Officials have not provided the relationship between the boy and the victims.2

The couple were described as healers by friends; health-conscious chiropractors and runners, they left their practice in Portland, Maine, “to operate a small farm in Alton, where they raised cows, pigs, rabbits and chickens.”1 They were also devoted parents to their 15-year-old daughter and adoptive sons, 11- and 13-year-old brothers. We cannot imagine how their tiny New Hampshire community is dealing with this tragic loss.

Mar 25 10:49

Netanyahu Needs to Crush Hamas or His Rivals Will Crush Him

Host Simon Spungin talks to senior correspondent Chemi Shalev about Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's short trip to the United States, which has been cut short by a rocket attack on a central Israeli moshav: What does the prime minister's hasty retreat tell us about how he thinks his election campaign is going and how will his rivals use his perceived inability to crush Hamas against him?

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Netanyahu does not want to crush HAMAS. He needs an "enemy" to wave at the Israeli voters! Much as Russia and China are now being waved at us.

Mar 25 10:48

Signed by the Governor: Arkansas Decriminalizes CBD Despite Ongoing Federal Prohibition

By Mike Maharrey

Last week, Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson signed a bill into law that decriminalizes hemp-derived cannabidiol. This will not only open up markets in Arkansas, but it is also a crucial step given the FDA’s continued regulation of CBD...

Mar 25 10:47

Judicial Watch Statement on Mueller Report

The long, national nightmare is over and President Trump has been vindicated. The corruptly-created and constitutionally abusive Mueller investigation failed to find any evidence to support the big lie that the Trump campaign colluded with the Russian government.

We’re pleased that AG Barr rejected Mueller’s attempt to smear President Trump with obstruction of justice innuendo by concluding that no such charges could be credibly sustained. Frankly, Mueller never had a valid basis upon which to investigate President Trump for obstruction of justice.

Let’s be clear, neither Mueller, the Obama FBI, DOJ, CIA, State Department, nor the Deep State ever had a good-faith basis to pursue President Trump on Russia collusion. Russia collusion wasn’t just a hoax, it is a criminal abuse, which is why Judicial Watch has fought and will continue to fight for Russiagate documents in federal court.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

And the Clinton Foundation.

Mar 25 10:46

After Trump’s Golan Heights Announcement, Israeli Politicians Now Pushing for US Recognition of West Bank as “Israeli”

After U.S. President Donald Trump announced that he planned to unilaterally recognize Israeli sovereignty over the Golan Heights — which is internationally recognized as Syrian territory — some powerful Israeli politicians are now petitioning Trump to also recognize Israeli sovereignty over Palestine’s occupied West Bank.

Mar 25 10:45

America Gets yet Another Israel Lobby Group

AIPAC-connected officials are about to launch yet another pro-Israel political action committee: “Pro-Israel America.” (AIPAC is the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, rated by Fortune Magazine as one of the most powerful lobbying organizations in the U.S.)

While the Israel lobby, which consists of hundreds of organizations, is known for billionaire donors such as Sheldon Adelson, Haim Saban, Norman Braman, Paul Singer and others, Pro-Israel America (PIA) will be specifically targeting smaller donors.

Jewish Currents reports: “The launch of Pro-Israel America marks a new phase of activism for the Israel lobby as it aims to remake itself for a new era in which progressive politicians have raised huge sums from small-dollar donors.”

Mar 25 10:45

Baltic Exchange Dry Index

NO Russian Collusion. Mueller knew this from the beginning. That is why he is now hanging his head low. EMBARRASSMENT. We now need to prosecute all those who manufactured the phony Russian Dossier. A long list. LET'S GET STARTED. If we allow this to go unpunished, we we will be sending a message that it's OK to drag someone's name through the mud, based on lies. EVIDENCE is essential in conducting an investigation. Donald Trump's 4th Amendment rights were violated. There was absolutely NO evidence of a crime committed, therefore this investigation was completely illegal. This investigation took place on hunches, and by a handful of people who had an agenda to oust Donald Trump, in the event he was elected President of the United States. It's time to prosecute the true conspirators. Let's get rolling on this . No leniency.

Mar 25 10:44

Boeing Shares Dip As Airbus Seals Massive Order From China

The last few days have seen Boeing shares roller-coaster on market swings and idiosyncratic headlines (as Garuda started the worrying trend of canceling airplane orders). Today, Boeing shares slipped after Bloomberg reported that Airbus has secured a long-awaited aircraft order from China.

The confirmation reportedly occurred during a state visit by Xi Jinping to the French capital, according to a person with knowledge of the matter.

The deal is due to be announced as soon as Monday afternoon in Paris, said the person, who asked not to be identified discussing non-public information.

While no details were immediately available of the deal, Bloomberg reports that the deal was initially touted more than one year ago by the French government as being valued at as much as $18 billion.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Aerobus planes have not been crashing recently; and in their desire to get their newest airplanes up and running, Boeing did not do the due diligence with the inspections, which would have delayed the process, but would have meant the the planes were air-worthy.

Unfortunately, Boeing brought this upon themselves, and heaven only knows if they will be able to come out of this one financially in tact; were I a betting woman, I wouldn't bet that this will happen

I can hear the SMACK! of class-action lawsuits, against both the plane manufacturer, and the two companies which flew the aircraft, without insuring that training on this was mandatory, and against Boeing for signing off on a plane which was defective in its manufacturing.

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