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Feb 19 09:53

Sheriff Scott Israel accused of misusing office for political campaign

TAMARAC, Fla. - Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel didn't make it to a political forum for local candidates at a condominium for senior citizens Wednesday afternoon, but he seemed well-represented by his underlings nonetheless.

Working the door and passing out Broward Sheriff's Office pamphlets, some of which featured prominent photos of the sheriff, was Patti Lynn, a BSO employee in full uniform. There was also Capt. Ira Goldberg, a longtime Israel campaign volunteer, who was also dressed in BSO garb and on the clock. There was also Tamarac Chief Neal Glassman, as well as a lieutenant.



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Feb 19 09:50

Broward homicide detective blows whistle on Sheriff Israel; alleges cover up and retaliation

Jeffrey Kogan, a featured detective on the A&E channel’s police reality show “The First 48,” contends he was ostracized and demoted to road patrol after reporting he saw the dog handler unnecessarily sic the animal on a murder suspect who was in custody and no longer a threat.

Sheriff Israel, a former Fort Lauderdale police officer, is the lone defendant in the nine-page complaint filed July 12 in Broward Circuit Court. He is accused of engaging in or allowing “unlawful retribution and retaliation,” including “verbal abuse, harassment and intimidation for reporting official misconduct and participating in its investigation.”

Feb 19 09:48

Lawsuit: Broward Sheriff Scott Israel has tolerated and covered-up the illegal use of force

Steven Jerold Thompson died shortly after midnight on June 6, 2014 – less than two hours after being shot nine times at a Lauderhill apartment building by Deputy Gerald Wengert, a one-time police reality TV star with a history of violent encounters.

“There existed…a de facto policy by defendant Israel of covering up police misconduct by failing to properly investigate alleged misconduct, and/or by conducting investigations that were intentionally deficient,” says the 32-page complaint filed by veteran Fort Lauderdale civil rights lawyer Barbara Heyer.

Feb 19 09:45

WATCH: Student Explains How Hero Coach Could’ve Stopped Florida Shooting—If He Had His Gun

Parkland, Florida – Football Coach Aaron Feis was one of the first victims whose name was publicly announced in the shooting that killed 17 people, and as students tell stories of how he turned himself into a human shield in order to save them, one student is arguing that if the coach was armed, he could have stopped the shooter.

Feb 19 09:42

Israel to apply anti-BDS law to Amnesty International

Israel is acting to enforce its anti-BDS law against Amnesty International, after the human rights organization embarked on a campaign calling for a boycott of products from Judea and Samaria and a weapons embargo on Israel, which it has accused of war crimes

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Feb 19 09:42

Hero Citizen Stops Mass Shooting in a Church, Cops Show Up and Shoot HIM—Media Silent

Amarillo, TX — As news of the tragic shooting in Parkland, Florida dominated the airwaves this week, a massive hostage situation—which was quickly turning into a mass shooting situation—was foiled by a hero in a church. That hero, however, is now in the hospital after police showed up to the scene and shot him.

The situation was well on its way to becoming one of the deadliest shootings in history as the gunman took over 100 people hostage inside the Faith City Mission church on Wednesday.

“They said there was a gun in the building everyone started running all different ways,” said Clay Murdock, a student at Faith City Mission.

Feb 19 09:40

Florida’s Teacher of the Year Bluntly Writes WHY School Violence Is Out of Control

Florida's Teacher of the Year has some strong words about WHY violence keeps increasing in our schools...and it has absolutely nothing to do with guns.

Feb 19 09:38

The Making Of A Sociopathic Killer: A List Of Risk Factors For School Shooters

“Our hopeless, futureless, jobless, parentless, abused, neglected, over-indulged, unloved, sleep-deprived, mal-nourished, over-vaccinated, over-drugged and bullied “loners” represent what can be considered America’s new normal.”

Feb 19 09:35

President Erdogan warns Putin that Syria will face 'consequences' if it wades into Turkey's offensive in Kurdish enclave

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has warned his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin that Syria will face 'consequences' if it wades into Turkey's offensive in Afrin.

Erdogan told Putin that Turkey's military operation in the northern Syrian Kurdish enclave will continue as planned during a phone call between the two leaders.



Feb 19 09:33

Time to ditch takeaways for a pain-free life? Cutting out the controversial flavour-enhancer MSG, also found in ready meals, eases discomfort by 30% in TWO WEEKS

Cutting out the controversial takeaway flavour-enhancer monosodium glutamate (MSG) significantly eases pain, new research suggests.

Eliminating the food additive, which is also commonly found in stock cubes, ready meals and crisps, eases chronic discomfort by more than 30 percent after just two weeks, a study found.

This simple dietary change is more effective than two daily 1,000mg doses of the painkiller acetaminophen, the research adds.

Feb 19 09:31

'Why would anyone bother to dope in curling?' Athletes admit they're baffled as to why anyone would use drugs to cheat in their sport after Russian is accused at Winter Olympics

Athletes are walking around in the Pyeongchang Olympic village scratching their heads after a Russian curler allegedly used performance-enhancing drugs.

Alexander Krushelnitsky, who won a bronze medal in the mixed doubles with his wife Anastasia Bryzgalova, is suspected of testing positive for meldonium, a banned substance that increases blood flow and improves exercise capacity.

Many are now questioning why an athlete in one of the Winter Games' least physically demanding sports turn to doping - and in particularly one from a country which is currently banned from the event for this very practice.



Feb 19 09:29

Education secretary Betsy DeVos owns a fleet of 12 private jets and 4 helicopters

US Education Secretary Betsy DeVos is currently the richest member of President Trump's cabinet .
Her husband, Richard DeVos Jr., is part-heir to his father's $5.1 billion fortune , which he earned as cofounder of marketing giant Amway. The company does $8.8 billion in sales annually.

Feb 19 09:28

Students after Florida shooting: You're either with us or against us

The weekend didn't make things any easier for students of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School: Parents had to lay teen children to rest; the family who had taken in shooter Nikolas Cruz said they didn't know they were living with a "monster;" and a tweet from President Donald Trump seemed to infuriate an already-angry student body.



Feb 19 09:24

Culture Shock: Italians Aghast as Immigrants Barbecue Dog at Welcome Center

Animal rights activists are up in arms over attempts to barbecue a dog at an immigrant welcome center in southern Italy, with migrants insisting the practice is normal where they come from.

Members of the Carabinieri, an Italian military police force, intervened immediately after receiving a call from an employee of the center who had witnessed the scene of a 29-year-old Nigerian man intent on roasting a dog at the center in Vibo Valentia, in the Italian region of Calabria.

The man had succeeded in skinning and chopping up the canine and was in the process of grilling it for himself and some friends when he was stopped by law enforcement officers. The young woman who called the police also volunteers at a pro-animal organization in the area.

Feb 19 09:24

Whites Need Not Apply: Canadian University Excludes Whites from Senior Management Position

Dalhousie University, based in the Canadian city of Halifax, Nova Scotia, has announced it will only be seeking “racially visible and Indigenous candidates” for a senior management position in order to encourage diversity.

The university put out an email to announce the vacancy for the position of vice-provost of student affairs, which was previously held by Dr. Arig al Shaibah, who also comes from a visible minority background. Provost and vice-president academic Carolyn Watters, who wrote the email, claimed that the move was to increase representation from “underrepresented groups”, CBC reports.

“In keeping with the principles of our employment equity policy, and with an aim to increase the representation of under-represented groups at Dalhousie, this search for a new vice-provost student affairs will be restricted to racially visible persons and Aboriginal peoples at this time,” Watters wrote.



Owl 1
Feb 19 09:23

New Austrian Foreign Minister Slams Merkel for Migrant Crisis, Demands Orban-Style Border Protection

Austrian Foreign Minister Karin Kneissl slammed German Chancellor Angela Merkel for her decision in 2015 to welcome migrants, saying it was a “pull factor”, and praised Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán for working to secure the European border.

The new minister, who was nominated by the anti-mass migration Freedom Party (FPÖ) but is officially an independent, has been a vocal critic of pro-mass migration policies since the 2015 crisis. Ms. Kneissl said that the European Union needs “comprehensive reform of the entire asylum system and border management”, in an interview with German magazine Der Spiegel.

According to Kneissl, EU member states should be looking to Prime Minister Orbán and his work on preventing illegal migration and who she said was correct for wanting to tighten the borders.

Feb 19 09:21

Merkel's fate in SPD hands as members vote on power pact

Germany's Social Democrats start campaigning on Saturday ahead of a party referendum that spells the last threat to Chancellor Angela Merkel's hopes of forming a new government, five months after inconclusive elections.
In a vote expected to be tight, the more than 460,000 members of the deeply divided centre-left SPD will cast their ballots on a plan to enter a new coalition as junior partners to Merkel's conservatives.

The vote, which starts on Tuesday, comes as the 153-year-old labour party's ratings are in freefall, with latest polls giving it just 16 percent support -- only one point ahead of the far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD).

Feb 19 09:20

Guy Verhofstadt LAUGHS as he considers Theresa May could be OUSTED in Brexit chaos

THERESA May could be ousted if her Brexit deal is voted down, and replaced by a new government with a different Brexit stance, veteran eurocrat Guy Verhofstadt speculated yesterday

Feb 19 09:20

Ukrainian cyber-thieves bagged $50mn in bitcoin phishing scam

Security analysts at the US technology corporation Cisco have exposed a bitcoin phishing scam, which involves web resources disguising themselves as one of the world's most popular online wallets, Blockchain.info.

Cisco has been investigating the case over the past six months in partnership with Ukrainian Cyber-police, according to the firm’s security experts Dave Maynor and Jeremiah O'Connor. Nearly $50 million was stolen by Ukrainian hackers over a three-year period through the so-called ‘Coinhoarder’ phishing scam.



Feb 19 09:19

Warsaw Demands Tel Aviv Explain Vandalism of Polish Embassy

Poland has urged Israel to clarify the incident regarding the Polish embassy being vandalized by unidentified individuals who drew a swastika on the diplomatic mission’s gate, Artur Lompart, the head of the Polish Foreign Ministry’s press service said.

“Poland has asked the Israeli authorities to clarify the incident and take measures to ensure the security of the Polish diplomatic mission,” Lompart told reporters late on Sunday.

The spokesman noted that the Israeli police had already launched investigation into the incident.

Feb 19 09:19

Telecom Execs With Ties to Israeli PM Busted as Corruption Scandal Unfolds

The Israel Securities Authorities has opened an investigation into allegations that the country's largest telecommunications company Bezeq received benefits so as to deal with positive media coverage of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

Several senior executives from the Israeli telecommunications giant Bezeq, including two close associates of Benjamin Netanyahu, have been arrested as part of the corruption probe into the Israeli Prime Minister's alleged corruption activities.

The detainees include Communications Ministry Director General Shlomo Filbert, who is accused of handing confidential documents to Bezeq to add to the company's favorable treatment and provide positive media coverage of Netanyahu.

Police also nabbed Shaul Elovitch, the controlling shareholder of Bezeq, who is suspected of communicating with the Israeli Prime Minister.

Feb 19 09:18

A computer file system shouldn't lose data, right? Tell that to Apple

Apple's recently revised file system, APFS, may lose data under specific circumstances, a maker of macOS backup software is warning.

In a blog post on Thursday, Mike Bombich, creator of Carbon Copy Cloner, says that APFS sparse disk images fail to accurately track available free space, thereby allowing storage operations to continue when space to store the data isn't there.

The failed write operation isn't reported as an error. To the user, the data appears to have been stored, but it isn't. The problem does not affect normal APFS volumes like a macOS device's SSD startup disk; it's specific to APFS sparse disk images.

APFS was introduced for macOS in macOS High Sierra (10.13) last September.

Feb 19 09:18

Soros' Proposal to 'Regulate' Google, Facebook Infuriates Internet Users

George Soros' Guardian op-ed urging the EU to regulate Google and Facebook to reign in the kind of content that helped lead to the election of Donald Trump has sparked an angry response online, with users saying that Soros frightened them more than the internet companies did, or that the billionaire himself should be "regulated in prison."

In his piece, Soros complained that Google and Facebook were engaged in a variety of "nefarious" activities, with their content, for which they bear no responsibility, "interfer[ing] with the functioning of democracy and the integrity of elections."

Soros, known for his open interference, financial and otherwise, in the domestic affairs of countries around the world, complained that the internet companies' products were making people easier to manipulate, and noted that this "played an important role in the 2016 US presidential election."

Feb 19 09:18

Top German Diplomat Says Berlin Can 'No Longer Recognize’ America

“We no longer recognize our America,” stated the German Foreign Minister on Saturday, suggesting that Washington is using a new and unfamiliar diplomatic playbook in Europe.

German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel acknowledged during Saturday‘s Munich Security Conference that Berlin has, since World War II, benefited more from US assistance than any other European country, but decried the current ‘America First' foreign policy of US President Donald Trump and his cabinet.

Thousands Rally Against Munich Security Conference in Germany (VIDEO)
Gabriel noted that historically, Germany "eagerly learned" from the US about Washington-style democracy, including its business-friendly deregulated trade regimes and strong-arm tactics using favorable international laws, but he nonetheless complained, "Is it deeds, is it words, is it tweets we should look at to measure America?" cited by the Associated Press.

Feb 19 09:16

Farts away! Plane makes unscheduled stop after man won't stop guffing

An elderly man's flatulence forced his flight to make an emergency stop after a fight broke out over his barrage of bottom burps.

Passengers flying with budget Dutch airline Transavia from Dubai to Amsterdam were reportedly put out by the man's continued farting, and asked him to stop.

But the man failed to hold it in, and when even a direct order from the pilot didn't take the wind out of his sails, two particularly incensed passengers took matters into their own hands.

Local media reported that two Dutchmen sat next to the trumper started a fight with the man, which escalated to the point where the pilot was forced to make an unscheduled stop.

Feb 19 09:14

Resistance front will purge US from eastern Euphrates: Iran

A senior Iranian official says the resistance front in the region will push the United States and Israel out of the eastern side of the Euphrates River, which flows from Turkey through Syria and into Iraq.

Ali Akbar Velayati, a senior advisor to Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei on international affairs, made the remarks in a conference on Islamic unity in the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, on Saturday.

Velayati said the Americans and Arabs are trying to create “a new Middle East, whose reality will be marked by the disintegration of Muslim societies.”

He said Washington was seeking to split Syria through its presence in the eastern Euphrates.



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Feb 19 09:14

Russia Probe

There are numerous investigations going on, but one of them, at least, is coming to a close. That is the House Intelligence Committee investigation into alleged Trump-Russia collusion. As of today, that Republican-led investigation hasn’t turned up any improper ties to Russia, but has revealed something perhaps larger and even more serious.

Feb 19 09:13

SYRIAN WAR REPORT – FEBRUARY 19, 2018: SYRIAN ARMY AND YPG WORKING TO REACH DEAL OVER AFRIN

The Syrian military has deployed a large force, including the Tiger Forces, the Syrian Arab Army (SAA), the Republican Guard and other pro-government factions, near the militant-held pocket in Damascus’ Eastern Ghouta. The force is led by the Tiger Forces’ commander, Gen. Suheil al-Hassan.

Late on February 18, artillery pieces and rocket launchers of the SAA started shelling positions of Hayat Tahrir al-Sham (formerly Jabhat al-Nusra), Ahrar al-Sham and other militant groups in the neighborhoods of Nashabiyah, Tel Ferzat, Mesraba, Hawsh Ashari, Autaya, Eyen Tarma, Irbin, Harasta and Jobar. Warplanes of the Syrian Air Force also carried out airstrikes on identified ammo depots and HQs belonging to the militant groups.

Early on February 19, sporadic clashes were reported in few areas of the pocket. However, a large-scale SAA advance has not yet started.

Feb 19 09:12

Tom Fitton: Important Questions For Obama And John Brennan…

Short Tom Fitton interview with OAN News on the second dossier, and roles played by Cody Shearer, Sidney Blumenthal, John Brennan and ultimately Obama.

Feb 19 09:12

Mainstream media reeling: Poll shows most Americans believe Obama administration spied on Trump campaign

Not matter how you spin it, FISAgate is proving to be bad news for Democrats.

And that includes former President Barack Obama, which must have the liberal media reeling.

A new IBD/TIPP poll shows that Americans overwhelmingly believe the Obama administration “improperly surveilled” Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, Investor’s Business Daily reported.



Feb 19 09:11

Flight Sim Company Embeds Malware to Steal Pirates’ Passwords

Flight sim company FlightSimLabs has found itself in trouble after installing malware onto users' machines as an anti-piracy measure. Code embedded in its A320-X module contained a mechanism for detecting 'pirate' serial numbers distributed on The Pirate Bay, which then triggered a process through which the company stole usernames and passwords from users' web browsers.

Feb 19 09:08

The Result of Mueller’s Investigation: Nothing

Note that the hyped Russian hacking of Hillary’s emails that we have heard about every day is no where to be found in Mueller’s charges. In its place there is “use of social media to sow discord.” I mean, really! Even if the charge were correct, considering the massive discord present in the last presidential election, with the Democrats calling Trump voters racist, sexist, homophobic white trash deplorables, how much discord could a measly 13 Russians add via social media?

Feb 19 09:07

Anti-Trumpists Use Mueller Indictments to Escalate Tensions With Nuclear-Armed Russia

U.S. empire loyalists are so close to telling the truth when they babble about “Russian propaganda.” They are openly admitting that it is wrong to use media to manipulate the ways that Americans think and vote. Now all we need is for them to admit that they themselves do this constantly, and we’ll be on the right track.

The word “Russians” is America’s top trend on Twitter at the time of this writing because of a Mueller indictment of 13 alleged members of a Russian troll farm, those nefarious supervillains who posted pictures of puppies and promoted Bernie Sanders to “sow discord in the U.S. political system, including the 2016 U.S. election.”

Feb 19 09:07

Israel moves to create punitive ‘blacklist’ of citizens who back BDS

Israel’s Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon is “set to approve in the coming days new regulations to prevent organisations and individuals who support a boycott of Israel from receiving various tax breaks or from participating in government bids”, newspaper Haaretz has reported.

According to the report, Israeli officials in the strategic affairs ministry “expect a list of Israeli citizens and organisations who support BDS” to be compiled, in addition to “the existing list of foreign groups that promote BDS”.

The paper continued that “if and when the new regulations are approved, an inter-ministerial team will begin work on” a list “for local groups and activists under the supervision of legal advisers”.

Sources in the strategic affairs ministry “said that the effort would focus on central groups and activists – including Israelis – and not on people who are critical of Israel and believe Israel should be boycotted”.



Feb 19 09:06

This B’Tselem report exposes Israel’s pollution of the occupied West Bank

Israel remains the only UN member state which has never declared where its borders are. In fact, it has refused to demarcate any borders due to the Zionist intention to colonise the whole of historic Palestine. For less desirable requirements, however, it does not hesitate to apply a temporary suspension of its agenda, recognise separate areas and impose additional hardships on Palestinians.

As with several other discriminatory policies, Israel acknowledges Palestinian existence and land only when it can use such recognition to suit its nefarious purposes. Human rights group B’Tselem’s December 2017 report called “Made in Israel: Exploiting Palestinian Land for Israeli Waste” reveals that there are 15 Israeli waste treatment facilities in the occupied West Bank. Six of these facilities process hazardous waste.

Feb 19 09:05

Israel police arrest Netanyahu associates in corruption investigation

Israeli police have arrested two senior executives of the country’s largest telecom group as a part of a corruption investigation against Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, Haaretz reported.

The local daily said authorities arrested two close associates of Netanyahu on Sunday, days after police called for Netanyahu to be indicted for bribery, fraud and breach of public trust.

Investigators are reportedly looking into allegations the senior executives from Bezeq, which owns news website Walla, accepted bribes from Netanyahu in return for favourable coverage.

Feb 19 09:05

Here Is The List Of Attackers The FBI Was Warned About But Still Failed To Stop

“I’m going to be a professional school shooter.” These were the words written by 19-year-old Nikolas Cruz months before he opened fire in a Parkland, Florida high school Wednesday.

Grieving family and friends are now reeling in the aftermath of the tragedy as reports state the FBI was aware of Cruz’s erratic and hostile behavior before it truly surfaced.



Feb 19 09:04

Trump Blasts Oprah: "I Hope She Runs So She Can Be Exposed Like The Others"

President Trump capped off an active weekend on Twitter by taking a shot at Oprah Winfrey - who he hopes runs for office "so she can be exposed and defeated just like all of the others!"

Feb 19 09:03

FLASHBACK - Revealed: US spy operation that manipulates social media

The US military is developing software that will let it secretly manipulate social media sites by using fake online personas to influence internet conversations and spread pro-American propaganda.

A Californian corporation has been awarded a contract with United States Central Command (Centcom), which oversees US armed operations in the Middle East and Central Asia, to develop what is described as an "online persona management service" that will allow one US serviceman or woman to control up to 10 separate identities based all over the world.

The project has been likened by web experts to China's attempts to control and restrict free speech on the internet. Critics are likely to complain that it will allow the US military to create a false consensus in online conversations, crowd out unwelcome opinions and smother commentaries or reports that do not correspond with its own objectives.


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Owl 2
Feb 19 09:02

STUNNING: Mueller Patched Together Much of His Indictment from 2015 Radio Free Europe Article

After sixteen months of investigations and over a year-and-a-half of the FBI and Obama administration spying on Donald Trump, his family, his business, his campaign, his transition team and his administration — Special Counsel Robert Mueller dropped an absolute nothing-burger on Friday in announcing charges against Russian operatives who sullied the US election process during the 2016 election and following Donald Trump’s victory.

Feb 19 09:02

Israeli soldiers attack Palestinians planting olive trees

At least nine Palestinians were injured by Israeli forces’ live bullets or rubber-coated steel rounds as the forces quelled a number of protests across the occupied West Bank on the eleventh Friday of Rage, according to the Ministry of Health. The ministry said three Palestinian protesters were injured, two of them by rubber-coated steel rounds and the third by live shots, during clashes in Ramallah area. The injured were admitted to Palestine Medical Complex in the city for medical treatment. Meanwhile, five others who were injured were admitted to Rafidia public hospital in Nablus. Another injured protester was also admitted to Salfit public hospital, in the central West Bank, with a moderate injury. Clashes erupted in many areas of the occupied West Bank and at Gaza border following Friday prayers on the eleventh Friday of Rage against US President Donald Trump’s decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.

Feb 19 09:01

Yale University teaches students ‘counternarratives around whiteness’

Yale University is offering a course this semester which aims to help students understand and counteract “whiteness,” exploring such topics as “white imagination,” “white property” and “white speech.”

According to the syllabus for “Constructions of Whiteness” obtained by The College Fix, the English course is an “interdisciplinary approach to examining our understanding of whiteness.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

And what kind of jobs does this course qualify students for after they graduate?

Feb 19 09:00

Polish PM seeks dialogue with Israel on 'difficult history'

Poland's prime minister said Sunday that dialogue with Israel about the Holocaust is necessary and would serve as a warning to prevent such "exceptionally terrifying" crimes from happening again.

Mateusz Morawiecki tweeted his thoughts after a telephone conversation with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. The call was prompted by a comment the Polish politician made that equated Polish collaborators in the Holocaust to alleged "Jewish perpetrators."

The remark, given Saturday at the Munich Security Conference, reignited a weekslong diplomatic dispute over Poland's new law prohibiting some statements about the Holocaust. The law reflects the current Polish government's approach to World War II history, which focuses on Poland's suffering and heroism.



Feb 19 09:00

Problems with the Chabad group must be made public

For many years, the leading Rabbis have made several statements against the Chabad organization referring to it, among other things, as a "criminal organization" and a "religious cult". Chabad is known to be a "mafia" a "gang" and a "group of very bad people".

The above statements are not political in nature. There are basic problems with the Chabad organization that derive from the day this group was founded about 200 years ago. Chabad Rabbis are not considered real Rabbis by any Orthodox Rabbis anywhere in the world. Chabad Rabbis cannot perform conversions, supervise Kosher food production, arrange a GET ceremony, or do shechita of Kosher animals.

From the point of view of Jewish Orthodoxy, Chabad is compared to the Reform and the Conservative movements. The difference is that Chabad claims to be part of Orthodox Judaism, when it's really not.

Feb 19 08:59

German police probe British woman over Holocaust remarks

German police are investigating a British woman for suspected incitement after she questioned the Holocaust during a far-right protest in the eastern city of Dresden.

A spokeswoman for Dresden police says Australian-born Michele Renouf is one of two people being investigated for remarks made at a neo-Nazi rally Saturday commemorating those killed in the 1945 Allied bombing of the city.

Videos of the rally posted online show Renouf saying the only Holocaust perpetrated in Europe was against German civilians. Publicly denying the Nazis' well-documented murder of six million Jews is a criminal offense in Germany.

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Well-documented?!?

Feb 19 08:58

Focus on Dreamers breeds resentment from other immigrants here illegally

"I'm very bitter. These DACA kids definitely have this sense of entitlement," Paredes said. "People fought for them and they got DACA and they got their work permit and then they went to sleep, instead of working to fight for the rest of us."

As the Senate has debated immigration in a race to come up with a plan that would win bipartisan support, the future for Dreamers has gained even more prominence. What to do about DACA helped to spark a brief federal government shutdown and prompted Democratic House minority leader Nancy Pelosi to give an eight-hour and seven-minute speech.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

My heart bleeds for them.

Feb 19 08:58

Like Father Like Son: Alexander Soros Donates $650K to Democratic Committees and Campaigns

When Democrats talk about evil "Republican billionaires" like Sheldon Adelson and the dreaded Koch Brothers, it's always in apocalyptic terms. They are trying to "buy" elections and hide their influence with "dark money" schemes.

Somehow, Democrats never get around to mentioning their own billionaires and the massive amounts of money contributed to Democratic causes by the likes of Tom Steyer, Mark Cuban, and J.B. Pritzker, who is running for governor of Illinois.

And, of course, George Soros.



Feb 19 08:57

Eric Lundgren, ‘e-waste’ recycling innovator, faces prison for trying to extend life span of PCs

He built an electric car out of recycled parts that far outdistanced a Tesla in a test. He launched what he thinks is the first “electronic hybrid recycling” facility in the United States, which turns discarded cellphones and other electronics into functional devices, slowing the stream of harmful chemicals and metals into landfills and the environment. His California-based company processes more than 41 million pounds of e-waste each year and counts IBM, Motorola and Sprint among its clients.

Feb 19 08:57

The US Wants the War in Syria to Continue

Last week Defense Secretary
James Mattis shot off a warning to Assad for alleged chemical attacks.
Washington had heard enough sob stories from partisan NGOs and anti-government forces that it reprimanded the Syrian government publicly.

On Wednesday, the United States followed through. After pro-regime forces assaulted the Kurdish Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), the United States lead a counter strike, including airstrikes that reportedly killed over 100 people.

Americans are left to wonder why, now that ISIS is nearly eliminated and Assad is on his way to consolidating control, the United States persists is prolonging the conflict.>>>

Feb 19 08:57

Florida shooting: Muslim groups raise thousands to help victims and their families

A Muslim charity in Florida has raised thousands of dollars for the victims of the high school shooting in Parkland and their families.
Three Islamic groups rallied together under The South Florida Muslim Federation, Inc. banner to launch an online crowd fundingsite.
They said the money would be given to an education fund to help those caught up in the “tragic events”.

Feb 19 08:57

Chabad Lubavitch Identified as Supremacist Criminal Cult in League With Mossad

The Rabbis in Israel consider Chabad a cult and not Jewish,but close.

Chabad Lubavitch is a nasty Jewish supremicist cult that serve the Illuminati. Despite only having 200,000 followers, it has intimate ties to nearly every powerful government leader on earth.

Chabad's power derives from two services they provide the Illuminati:

1. They work with Israeli intelligence in criminal and intelligence operations.

2. They promote a supremacist ideology that encourages Zionists to do dirty deeds.



Owl 3
Feb 19 08:54

What EVERYONE is Missing About "Russiagate"

Feb 19 08:54

Fox News: Murdered DNC Staffer Sent 44,053 Internal Emails to WikiLeaks

Fox News is now reporting, based on multiple investigative sources, that Seth Rich -- the Democratic National Committee staffer who was gunned down in Northwest D.C. near his home last July -- leaked thousands of DNC emails to WikiLeaks in the months beforehand.

According to Fox News' Malia Zimmerman, these new revelations are consistent with the findings of Rod Wheeler, a former D.C. homicide detective and Fox News contributor. Wheeler told Fox 5 DC that there is evidence on Rich's laptop that confirms he was emailing WikiLeaks prior to his death. Wheeler's law enforcement sources also allegedly claimed they were told to "stand down" on investigating the crime.

Feb 19 08:53

Hillary's Security Detail Hated Her So Much That They Laughed When She Fell and Broke Her Arm

It's no secret that there is no love lost between Hillary Clinton and her security detail, but the intensity of their dislike for the woman who may become our next president is still a bit jarring. According to the New York Post, members of her diplomatic security detail while she was secretary of state hated her so much that they "privately snickered" after she fell down and broke her arm. The incident happened in the State Department basement in 2009, one of her former guards told the Post. Clinton, then 61, was on her way to meet President Obama when she took a tumble and ended up in the hospital with a shattered right elbow.

Feb 19 08:53

America Is Facing a Retirement Crisis, Expert Warns



Taboola
Feb 19 08:52

General Mike Flynn, Rudolph Contreras and The Increasingly Sketchy FISA Application…

For those following the increasingly curious case against General Mike Flynn, events took another unusual turn yesterday as Special Counsel Robert Mueller -with agreement from all parties- filed a motion for a protective order to seal documents. These are documents compelled on behalf of the defense, by Judge Emmet Sullivan, prior to sentencing.

On November 30th, 2017, Mike Flynn signed a guilty plea; ostensibly admitting lying to investigators. The plea was accepted by Judge Rudolph Contreras; who is also a FISA court judge. Six days later, December 7th, 2017, Judge Contreras “was recused” from the case without explanation. The case was reassigned to DC District Judge Emmet Sullivan.

The Contreras recusal always seemed sketchy. If the conflict existed on December 7th, wouldn’t that same conflict have existed on November 30th, 2017?

Feb 19 08:49

ISLAMIC TERRORIST RELATIONS AT THE BROWARD SHERIFF’S OFFICE

Most American law enforcement agencies are engaged in protecting the communities they preside over from Islamic extremists who are threats to those communities. However, in the Broward County, Florida Sheriff’s Office, under the leadership of Sheriff Scott Israel, Islamic extremists are embraced. And not only are they embraced, but they are brought into the Sheriff’s department, itself.

Feb 19 08:36

Russians Spooked by Nukes-Against-Cyber-Attack Policy

Moscow is showing understandable concern over the lowering of the threshold for employing nuclear weapons to include retaliation for cyber-attacks, a change announced on Feb. 2 in the U.S. Nuclear Posture Review (NPR).

US doctrine on first-use, the NPR cites the efforts of potential adversaries “to design and use cyber weapons” and explains the change as a “hedge” against non-nuclear threats. In response, Russia described the move as an “attempt to shift onto others one’s own responsibility” for the deteriorating security situation.

Moscow’s concern goes beyond rhetoric. Cyber-attacks are notoriously difficult to trace to the actual perpetrator and can be pinned easily on others in what we call “false-flag” operations>>>

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