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April 18, 2017

Apr 18 08:46

SCHOOL-ISSUED DEVICES ALLOW THE FEDS TO SPY ON EVERYTHING STUDENTS HAVE EVER DONE

The Feds, and educational technology (ed tech) companies are using tablets and laptops to spy on students from kindergarten through college.

Students, teachers,administrators and librarians across the country are being forced to use school-issued tablets and laptops which use educational cloud services that spy on everything.

According to a EFF's “Spying on Students” report, more than 30 million students, teachers, and administrators use Google’s education suite of software.

"Across the U.S., more than 30 million students, teachers, and administrators use Google’s G Suite for Education (formerly known as Google Apps for Education), and that number is rapidly growing."

According to the report, students are being given Google login ID's with no option to opt-out.

Feds collect intimate and detailed reports of everything students have ever done

Webmaster's Commentary: 

All of a sudden, home-schooling is going to look like a far more attractive option than will public schooling for many concerned parents, one they understand the "real reason" these electronic devices have been given to their kids; to spy on the kids and their families.

Apr 18 08:43

Trump, North Korea, Syria, World War 3, and the Deep State. Michael Rivero - April 17, 2017

Apr 18 08:41

TRUMP ENTHRONES ERDOGAN - DESTROYS ALL TRUST IN U.S. DIPLOMACY

Trump contradicted his speaker, the State Department and his allies by congratulating the Turkish President Erdogan for winning Sunday's referendum vote. He undermined his diplomacy.

Sundays referendum in Turkey makes the presidential office a quasi dictatorial position that leads the executive and can, via decrees, also overrule the legislative and judiciary elements of the state. President Erdogan is now in a dictatorial position. It maybe that a majority of the Turkish voters voted for this change but it is far from certain. The number of votes in doubt because they were not taken in accordance with the legal procedures (2-3 million) is higher than slight majority lead (1.5 million) for the "yes" side.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Congratulations, President Trump, for having inflicted upon the American people yet one more disappointment in an incredible string of colossal disappointments since your inauguration.

Apr 18 08:41

Wilkerson on North Korea Crisis: U.S. Should Stop the Threats & Own Up to its Role

Colonel Lawrence Wilkerson, former Chief of Staff to Colin Powell, says the U.S. should resolve the North Korea nuclear crisis through negotiations and should reckon with the impact of its previous actions.



Apr 18 08:41

Killing Privacy Is Fine Because “Nobody’s Got To Use The Internet,” House Rep Says

From a distance, it can often be easy to criticize Congress as being out of touch, no matter what members are actually doing or what policies they’re proposing. But every once in a while, you get a response so staggeringly clueless you wonder if a lawmaker is living on the same planet you are.

This week’s gem comes from Wisconsin Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner, who doesn’t think anyone actually needs to use the internet for anything and that opting out of the 21st century is a valid “choice” for consumers.

Apr 18 08:40

Kid At WH Easter Egg Roll Photobombs CNN Broadcast — Appears To Yell ‘Fake News’ [VIDEO]

A young boy went out of his way to call CNN “fake news” Monday morning.

Our story’s hero — who appears to be one of the children present at Monday’s White House Easter Egg Roll — snuck into the background of a live shot featuring CNN’s senior White House correspondent Jim Acosta.

Apr 18 08:39

Advocates Urge Trump To De-Escalate With North Korea, Not Ratchet Up Threats & Military Aggression

Vice President Mike Pence has made an unannounced visit to the Demilitarized Zone separating South and North Korea.

Apr 18 08:38

A LOOK AT TURKISH ‘ELECTIONS’ IN TOONS

Monitors Say Turkish Referendum Neither Fair Nor Free



Apr 18 08:38

HUMAN RIGHTS UPDATES ~~ 1500 PALESTINIAN PRISONERS ON HUNGER STRIKE

Today 17 April 2017, nearly 1500 political prisoners in Israeli jails went on an open-ended hunger strike until their demands of basic humane treatment in prison are met.

Apr 18 08:37

Susan Rice Net Worth Exposed: $50M As A CAREER Politician Making $172K At Her Max Salary

Just recently, it was revealed that while some people have gotten rich by working in the private sector, she used her government position to make millions. Despite being a lifelong civil servant, she now has a net worth totaling nearly $50 million, which is extremely questionable.

Apr 18 08:36

IRS HIRES PRIVATE DEBT COLLECTION AGENCIES TO COLLECT UNPAID TAXES

You won’t just be receiving a call from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) moving forward, but also from debt collectors. The tax collection agency has contracted out the task of pursuing unpaid taxes.

The IRS announced earlier this month that it has hired four debt collection agencies to get their hands on outstanding payments from taxpayers. With the increasing backlog of unpaid taxes, the IRS employed private debt collection firms to contact taxpayers who still haven’t paid previous years’ taxes.

As part of the new debt collection program, a few hundred taxpayers will be receive phone calls and mailings. In the summertime, the number will grow by the thousands.

Ostensibly, the IRS will contact these people several times before they send their information to a private debt firm. Moreover, the IRS will not provide accounts to these agencies in regards to victims of tax-related identity theft, minors and those in combat zones.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

“The IRS is taking steps throughout this effort to ensure that the private collection firms work responsibly and respect taxpayer rights,” MY ASTROLABE!

The brutal, churlish, and unethical way collection agencies go about their business, is not going to change.

And just to let you know, the 16th Amendment to the Constitution, permitting the taxation of US citizens was never properly ratified by a large number of individual states.

Defects in Ratification of the 16th Amendment

Apr 18 08:34

Half a million French citizens living outside of the country have reportedly received duplicate polling cards

French authorities have acknowledged the glitch but won’t be investigating it until after the election

Apr 18 08:32

Supreme Court Declines To Hear Case Of Illegal Immigrants Denied Asylum

The Supreme Court won’t wade into the debate over illegal immigration, declining to hear an appeal from a group of women and children from Central America who are seeking asylum. The case sought to clarify the rights of those prioritized for deportation.

Apr 18 08:31

BOMBSHELL: Inside Canada-USA "Refugee" Trafficking Ring

In this exclusive investigation, Faith Goldy of TheRebel.media reveals that a human trafficking network is bringing fake "refugees" into Canada from the US



Apr 18 08:29

Biological Attacks Are Becoming More Likely

The more that Trump bombs, the more that the survivors adapt, form new coalitions and new movements to attract new recruits and anti-U.S. elements. With certain kinds of overt activities becoming targets for U.S. bombs, they will adapt and switch to other kinds of warfare. This will take some years, perhaps 5-20 years, but it will happen. If truck bombs cannot be used, then those out to get revenge for the bombings and other perceived invasions will learn how to make and use other weapons, like nerve gasses and biological viruses. They will learn how to poison water and air in America. Trump is creating greater and greater likelihood of prolonged conflict with attacks on both America and Europe, plus attacks on embassies, traveling westerners, and any government that is associated with Americans.

Apr 18 08:23

IRS HIRES PRIVATE DEBT COLLECTION AGENCIES TO COLLECT UNPAID TAXES

You won’t just be receiving a call from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) moving forward, but also from debt collectors. The tax collection agency has contracted out the task of pursuing unpaid taxes.

The IRS announced earlier this month that it has hired four debt collection agencies to get their hands on outstanding payments from taxpayers. With the increasing backlog of unpaid taxes, the IRS employed private debt collection firms to contact taxpayers who still haven’t paid previous years’ taxes.

As part of the new debt collection program, a few hundred taxpayers will be receive phone calls and mailings. In the summertime, the number will grow by the thousands.

Ostensibly, the IRS will contact these people several times before they send their information to a private debt firm. Moreover, the IRS will not provide accounts to these agencies in regards to victims of tax-related identity theft, minors and those in combat zones.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

“The IRS is taking steps throughout this effort to ensure that the private collection firms work responsibly and respect taxpayer rights,” MY ASTROLABE!!

Nothing will change the nasty, brutish,churlish, and unethical behaviour of most collection agencies, which tend to act like a legally-sanctioned mafia operation.

Apr 18 08:23

DEMS MAKE SUDDEN MOVE AGAINST IVANKA TRUMP'S HUSBAND

Jack Davis for Western Journalism reports, Using a report in the New York Times as the foundation for their demands, a group of Democratic lawmakers are urging that Jared Kushner have his security clearance revoked.



Apr 18 08:21

FORMER FEC CHAIRWOMAN CALLS FOR ‘REGULATIONS’ OF POLITICAL SPEECH ON THE INTERNET



Apr 18 08:21

Here’s how the U.S. got to $20 trillion in debt

The U.S. is approaching $20 trillion in national debt — the nation is a cool $19.85 trillion in the red as of Monday — and when it crosses that mark, get ready for some finger pointing over who’s to blame.
If history shows anything, it’s that both parties share responsibility for boosting the debt. Fighting wars, big tax cuts and economic stimulus packages have all added to the burden over the years.

Apr 18 08:13

Attack Against Syria And The Region Speaking Up

As the US Tomahawk missiles were raining on Syria, the entire Middle East was shaken to its core. Here, even the name itself – Syria – triggers extremely complex and often contradictory sets of emotions. To some, Syria is synonymous with pride and a determined struggle against Western imperialism, while others see it as an uncomfortable reminder of how low their own rulers and societies have managed to sink, serving foreign interests and various neo-colonialist designs.

Apr 18 08:12

FBI Agrees to Give Records to Antiwar

After a four-year court battle, the FBI has agreed to turn over records it created when it spied on Antiwar.com and pay $299,000 to settle our attorneys’ fees.

Apr 18 08:12

CNN - Trump may have to be patient about North Korea

The United States has lost its strategic patience with North Korea. So what's a had-it-up-to-here superpower to do to stop a pariah nation bent on putting its nuclear weapons on top of a missile that could reach America?

Tough talk, for sure. Lean on China to turn off its life support to its neighbor, for another. But for all the warnings that Trump will fix the showdown with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, it's so far unclear whether at its foundation, his strategy is all that different from previous administrations -- which for the last quarter century have failed to stop his nuclear march.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Did someone just blink?

Apr 18 08:11

Raw Cabbage Juice alkalinizes the body, stimulates the immune system, kills bacteria and viruses, heals ulcers, prevents cancer

There is not a lot we can say for sure about ulcers other than they hurt… a lot! Medical professionals have prognosticated about the root cause of ulcers for years but have not settled on one. They have claimed ulcers are due to such things as stress, alcohol,

Apr 18 08:07

Easyjet forced couple off overbooked flight with no compensation. The two passengers, who had booked non-refundable accommodation in Italy, were told that the next available Easyjet flight was four days later.

Two Easyjet passengers were removed from an overbooked flight and not offered compensation a day after a United Airlines passenger was dragged off a plane in the US.


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Apr 18 08:05

The U.S. Is On The Verge Of Making An Extremely Costly Mistake (Video)

The situation on the Korean peninsula continues to balance on the razor’s edge, with everybody else playing a game of will they/won’t they; except this game has dire consequences. Already, there are signs that the US is militarily prepared to launch a strike at any moment; military sources say that the bomb buses in Guam are fully loaded, while in Kunsan everything has been geared and loaded up and all Easter leave has been cancelled.

In the following video, Right Wing News takes stock of the latest information and assesses the situation frankly. Militarily, North Korea stands no chance of success against the United States military. They have zero possibility of any sort of military victory. However, if they were able to just get one nuke or artillery barrage against a major South Korean city, the casualties will be catastrophic, and the United States will surely be partially blamed by taking action against the regime. Is this a no-win situation for us?

Apr 18 08:00

MADURO ORDERS VENEZUELA ARMY INTO STREETS

Apr 18 08:00

When Will They Ever Learn?

Fifty years ago we were bombing North Vietnam “back into the stone age.” That worked out well for the military contractors, killed many, and raised prices for the US people.

Twenty-five years ago we were fighting Iraq and Saddam Hussein. That worked out well for the military contractors, killed many, and raised prices for the US people.

Ten years ago we were fighting in Iraq. That worked out well for the military contractors, killed many, and raised prices for the US people.

Today we are still fighting in the Middle-East and bombing Syria. A taskforce of ships is threatening North Korea. Who benefits?

When will we learn?

Apr 18 07:59

SIGNS YOU MIGHT BE BRAINWASHED BY CORPORATE MEDIA…

Apr 18 07:58

Saudia Slipping Into Chaos

Apr 18 07:58

Whistleblower Reveals That A UN-Planned Invasion By Refugees Into The US Is Already Underway

A Missouri woman is interviewed by radio-show host, Josh Tolley, and tells how she became involved in her state’s refugee-immigration program and how the program is far more extensive and advanced than most people realize. She describes how the UN, under the heading of Agenda 2030, is planning immigration into the US similar to what is happening in Europe. The goal is to create chaos and lay the foundation for breaking the US into smaller political units with equal UN representation – and the end of America as a sovereign nation.

Apr 18 07:57

‘Kushner Coup’ inside the Trump White House

Zionist Neocons Completely Take Over Trump Administration



Apr 18 07:57

Puerto Rico seen sliding toward bankruptcy as deadline nears

Bankruptcy for Puerto Rico is looking ever more likely as the clock ticks down toward a May 1 deadline to restructure $70 billion in debt, ramping up uncertainty for anyone betting on returns from the island's widely held U.S. municipal bonds.

Apr 18 07:56

Nothing to see here: US carrier still thousands of miles from Korea

On Saturday – according to photographs released by the U.S. Navy – the carrier passed north through the Sunda Strait, the passage between the Indonesian islands of Sumatra and Java. It's about 3,500 miles from Korea.

U.S. Navy officials in Pearl Harbor and Washington declined to comment on the ship’s movements, other than to confirm the April 15 movement through the Sunda Strait. Off the record, several officials expressed wonderment at the persistent reports that the Vinson was already nearing Korea. “We’ve made no such statement,” said one official.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

So, who put out the story that the Vinson was off the coast of North Korea?!?

Apr 18 07:50

North Korean envoy at UN warns of nuclear war possibility

North Korea has consistently issued threats of war toward the United States in recent decades, but the Trump administration's announced end of a "strategic patience" policy with Pyongyang has upped the ante in terms of warnings and bellicose rhetoric. North Korea's UN deputy representative, Kim In Ryong, on Monday unleashed at a hastily called UN press conference a torrent of threats, war scenarios and rhetoric aimed at the United States.

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Apr 18 07:50

Credit Card Nation: Why The Facebook Killer And The U.S. Congress Have A Great Deal In Common

Most Americans have seemingly convinced themselves that as a society we will never pay a great price for going into so much debt and that we will never pay a great price for the horrendous crimes against humanity that we are committing on a daily basis.

Apr 18 07:47

US ‘Can Create Any Story As A Pre-Text’ To Start Military Campaign – Assad’s Key Advisor

US statements blaming the Syrian government for the chemical attack in Idlib closely resemble the claims the US made about the weapons of mass destruction (WMD) possessed by Iraq in 2003. Bouthaina Shaaban Syrian president’s senior advisor talks to RT on the matter.

Apr 18 07:46

On Day 1 As Supreme Court Justice, Gorsuch Has Many Questions

If his first day on the job is anything to judge by, Justice Neil Gorsuch intends to ask a lot of questions and focus on the law as written.

President Donald Trump nominated Gorsuch to fill the vacancy left by the passing of Justice Antonin Scalia 14 months ago. When Democrats sought to block the appointment of the self-described originalist by filibustering, the Republican majority had him confirmed via “nuclear option,” with 54 votes in favor and 45 opposed.

Apr 18 07:45

Pyongyang Parade: North Korea Displays New ICBMs & Submarine-Based Missiles

Amid regional “military hysteria,” North Korea has marked the 105th birth anniversary of its founding leader Kim Il-sung with a military parade in Pyongyang.

Apr 18 07:44

60 Islamic State militants killed in Iraq's Mosul

Iraqi troops killed 60 Islamic State (IS) militants in Mosul, including a commander, a senior official said on Tuesday.
Police forces, backed by Iraqi warplanes and artillery fire, were making progress in combating extremists in the al-Farouk area and in the vicinity of al-Nuri mosque in Mosul, Efe news reported.

Apr 18 07:43

Orbital ATK to launch Cygnus cargo spacecraft to space station today

The launch of the uncrewed Cygnus spacecraft aboard a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket is being targeted at 11:11 a.m. EDT (8:41 pm India time) Tuesday, April 18, from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida.

Apr 18 07:31

Cop Ordered to Pay $415K of Own Money to Family of Unarmed Teen He Killed

An encouraging end to a tragic story comes out of Arkansas this week after a former Little Rock police officer was found liable in the shooting death of 15-year-old boy in 2012. What sets this case apart from the myriad of other civil cases in which police officers are found responsible for killing, beating, and depriving people of their rights, is that this cop was held personally responsible — and will have to pay the victim’s family using his own assets, not the taxpayers.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This sets a good precedent. If cops know they can be held personally liable, they will not be quite so ready to pull the trigger without making sure their target is a real threat.

Apr 18 07:30

Horst Mahler – last public appearance before returning to prison 19 April 2017


Former lawyer and political activist, Horst Mahler was sentenced to ten years and two months in prison for incitement to racial hatred. He was released after serving seven years because of health problems. A speech given last January in Ludwigshafen caused the authorities to recall Mahler to prison to finish off his sentence. This is possibly the last time he will appear in public. Therefore, his message is both moving and of the utmost importance.

Apr 18 07:27

The Post Political Condition: Trump, Brexit, The Middle East… What Next? - New York City, Sunday, April 30 at 5:00pm

On 30 April human rights lawyer Stanley Cohen, history professor Norton Mezvinsky, whistleblower Michael Lesher and author Gilad Atzmon will gather in Theatre 80, Manhattan to elaborate on the collapse of Identity politics, the crisis within new Left thinking and the future of liberal and progressive thought.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

A jazz concert featuring Gilad Atzmon will follow the panel discussion. Needless to say, there has been considerable pressure for this event to be canceled, but the ownner of the venue is standing firm. Share this with your friends in New York City!

Apr 18 07:23

Election Results Gave This Union Millions. Now State Lawmakers Are Looking Into Voter Fraud.

“I want to see how many [ballots] they actually did send out, and I want to see the original receipts for the mailing,” O’Neill told The Daily Signal in a phone interview.

“I want to see copies of the returned ballots,” she said. “I want to see who signed them and verify that those signatures are authentic, and not fabricated and not forged.”

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Apr 18 07:18

Turkish Soldiers, Kurdish Fighters Exchange Heavy Fire in Northern Syria

The Turkish Army soldiers and allied militants targeted heavily the positions of Kurdish fighters in five different regions in Northern Aleppo, escalating fierce clashes with the Kurds.

Apr 18 07:18

CIA Targeted Individuals - Dr. Eric Karlstrom


The CIA formed a Domestic Operations Division in 1964. In 1965, President Lyndon Johnson requested that the CIA begin its own investigation into domestic dissent—independent of the FBI's ongoing COINTELPRO.

Apr 18 07:16

Theresa May calls for UK general election on 8 June

Theresa May has said she wants to hold a snap general election on 8 June, despite repeatedly claiming that she was against the idea of an early vote.

In a surprise statement outside Downing Street on Tuesday morning, the prime minister claimed that opposition parties were jeopardising her government’s preparations for Brexit.

“We need a general election and we need one now,” she said. “I have only recently and reluctantly come to this conclusion but now I have concluded it is the only way to guarantee certainty for the years ahead.”

Apr 18 07:15

Google Russia agrees to pay $8mn antitrust fine

US technology firm Google has agreed to pay 438 million rubles (nearly $8 million) in fines for antitrust violations in the Russian mobile applications market. The company was found guilty of abusing its dominant position in the market for mobile devices running on Android.

Apr 18 07:15

Breast cancer BOMBSHELL: Women being CONNED into mastectomy surgery by doctors who SCARE them with false genetic testing results, warn Stanford medical researchers

Women all across America are being conned into medically unnecessary breast removal surgery (bilateral mastectomy surgery) by doctors who scare them with “fake science” by falsely describing genetic testing results, warn researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine.

Women who have harmless genetic variants called VUS (Variants of Uncertain Significance) are falsely being told by nearly half of all breast cancer surgeons that they have the “breast cancer gene” (BRCA1 or BRCA2) and therefore must have the surgery to save their lives. Famously, Angelina Jolie underwent a bilateral mastectomy after being told she carried the gene for breast cancer, but these new findings by Stanford researchers call into question whether her surgery was medically necessary at all.

Apr 18 07:14

Brain-damaging vaccines, pesticides and medicines generate nearly $800 billion a year in medical revenues

Mounting evidence point to certain medications as risk factors in developing some of the most debilitating neurological conditions in the country. A study published in the JAMA Internal Medicine found a correlation between long-term use of anticholinergic medications like Benadryl and the onset of dementia. Anticholinergic drugs were shown to inhibit the action of acetylcholine, an organic chemical that plays a crucial role in learning and memory.

Researchers at the University of Washington examined nearly 3,500 men and women ages 65 years and older and found those who used anticholinergic drugs had higher odds of developing dementia than those who did not take the drug. Study data also showed that higher dementia risk coincided with cumulative doses of anticholinergic drugs. Researchers said patients who took the drugs for an equivalent of three years or more had a 54% increased odds of developing the mental disorder.

Apr 18 07:11

A SCATHING GEOPOLITICAL REVIEW OF PRESIDENT TRUMP’S FIRST 100 DAYS IN OFFICE

Too put it mildly, Mr. Trump is a poor man’s illusion of a rich man. A stupid man’s illusion of a smart man. And a weak man’s illusion of a strong man. Trump is neither rich (in a true sense), nor smart, nor strong. In other words, Trump is an illusion of power and nothing more – a perfect paper tiger! And now, as the events of the past several weeks have proven, he is also just another empty suit: A wholly-owned subsidiary of the globalist, mafia, deep state oligarchs in Washington, and at large.

Apr 18 07:10

Mother, 28, who thought she had a migraine was actually suffering a STROKE after taking the contraceptive pill

A mother has warned other women of the dangers of the contraceptive pill after she suffered a stroke aged just 28.

Natalie Trickett was told she had suffered a severe migraine but actually had a blood clot on the brain.

She collapsed one morning, losing her eyesight and the feeling on the right side of her face.

Apr 18 07:07

BBC: Moderate Syrian Unicorns Would NEVER Blow up Children

It must be nice to be the British Broadcasting Corporation.

Spewing toxic sludge wouldn't normally be considered a winning business model, but the BBC can rely upon the generous, involuntary contributions of millions of taxpayers to keep its river of bile flowing.

Such is the case with the BBC's creative coverage of the suicide bomb attack that turned dozens of Syrian children into charcoal.

Normal people with souls know that Salafist scumbags are responsible for this attack. Not the BBC.

Apr 18 07:06

Lavrov Politely Reminds US How Adults Are Supposed to Behave

Every time the pyromaniacs in Washington start a geopolitical fire, Russia has to rush to the scene with a bucket of sanity.

It's becoming a bit tiresome.

The latest example: Russia's Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has gently reminded the US that taking unilateral action against North Korea is highly inadvisable. (In our humble opinion, the panic over North Korea is a manufactured crisis meant to distract from tangible threats to humanity, such as the United States, but that's a separate topic for a different time.)

And in Syria, Russia continues to distinguish itself as a country guided by radical concepts such as "international consensus" and "diplomacy":

Apr 18 07:05

Presidential powers count for nothing. Israel runs America

Who are the greatest proponents for war? A: Every politician who’s sold out to Zionist lobbies ie 95% of them & the Zionist controlled media. Before the election, THEY HATED TRUMP. After the election, THEY HATED TRUMP. Mass-murdering thug Benjamin Netanyahu goes to Washington DC. Out of the blue, the most glaringly obvious false flag event occurs in Syria in the form of a gas attack, one which President Assad would never have undertaken & all of a sudden, Trump becomes a lying, war-monger, just like a perfect Zionist puppet. Completing this outrageous metamorphism – those who hated Trump, lo & behold, are now singing his praises. Talk about a turnaround jump-shot!

Apr 18 07:03

Russia's Electronic Weapons Can Easily Neutralize the U.S. Air Force And Ships

Apr 18 06:58

FLASHBACK - Trump controlled by Mossad

Any inquisitive person should be asking themself why a seemingly anti-establishment candidate like Donald Trump has been allowed to get as far as he has in the U.S. presidential race for election November 8.

The simplest answer is that he isn’t anti-establishment and is only fronting a very convincing facade for public consumption.

The family-made rich man has been strategically propped up as the all-accommodating GOP extremist opponent of candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton, herself part of the very same establishment and even personal friend to Trump—at least prior to the race.

The two candidates come from the same organized criminal syndicate that leads back to Israel, its murderous Mossad terrorist organization, and the Lansky international crime syndicate. Furthermore, as we shall see, Trump is nothing more than a puppet of Mossad and is likely under their control through opportunism and, darker yet, blackmail.

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Apr 18 06:55

Pence Admits Syria, Afghanistan Props Against North Korea

During a visit to South Korea, U.S. Vice President Mike Pence admitted Monday that the recent bombings of Syria and Afghanistan were a warning to the Democratic People's Republic of Korea.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Which is as much as admitting that the gas attack on Idlib was a false-flag to justify the Syria strike. That sends the WRONG message; that the US attacks countries on the basis of lies.

Apr 18 06:51

Trump Enthrones Erdogan - Destroys Trust In U.S. Diplomacy

Trump contradicted his speaker, the State Department and his allies by congratulating the Turkish President Erdogan for winning Sunday's referendum vote. He undermined his diplomacy.

Sundays referendum in Turkey makes the presidential office a quasi dictatorial position that leads the executive and can, via decrees, also overrule the legislative and judiciary elements of the state. President Erdogan is now in a dictatorial position. It maybe that a majority of the Turkish voters voted for this change but it is far from certain. The number of votes in doubt because they were not taken in accordance with the legal procedures (2-3 million) is higher than slight majority lead (1.5 million) for the "yes" side.

Apr 18 06:49

Accused Burlington, Washington, Mall Shooter Found Dead in Jail Cell

According to police reports, Cetin had told his ex that his father was connected to "bad people in Turkey." Asked during interviews whether his Turkish relatives had ties to terrorist groups, Cetin said no. He also said he didn't have any contact with those relatives.

Apr 18 06:49

‘Prediction professor’ lays out eight reasons Trump could be impeached

American University Professor Allan Lichtman was one of the few professional prognosticators to call President Trump's win in November.

Using his system of “Keys to the White House,” which postulates that presidential elections are essentially a reflection on the party in power, Lichtman said Trump was headed for the presidency. Then, just before the election, he doubled down.

And he made a second prediction, too (though, this time, without the benefit of his keys) — that Trump will be impeached before his time in office ends.

Apr 18 06:48

HuffPo Removes Article on Banning White Men from Voting After Discovering Author Doesn’t Exist

The Huffington Post removed an article arguing for banning white men from voting after they discovered that the author of the piece didn’t actually exist.

In the original article, which was titled “Could It Be Time To Deny White Men The Franchise?” supposed MA Philosophy Student Shelley Garland argued for the removal of voting rights and the redistribution of wealth from white men, citing the election of President Trump, Brexit, and South Africa’s Democratic Alliance as reasons to act.

Apr 18 06:47

Russia blows a fuse - UN, NBC, Sean Spicer get told

Apr 18 06:37

FBI Agrees to Give Records to Anti-War Reporters

In a win for government-transparency advocates, the FBI has agreed to turn over records it created when it spied on two anti-war journalists and pay $299,000 to settle their attorneys’ fees.

The deal, which brings to a close a four-year battle for the records under the Freedom of Information Act, is spelled out in two stipulations filed in San Francisco federal court – one on Friday and the other in January.

Julia Mass, an attorney with the American Civil Liberties Union of Northern California, which filed suit on behalf of the journalists, said in an interview Monday that her clients are pleased with the results.

But, Mass said, “it’s unfortunate that we had to litigate so extensively in order to get the documents, and the documents themselves reveal a very troubling focus on our clients’ political speech.”

Apr 18 06:37

Toddler traumatised after pony killed by low flying US fighter jets in Cornwall

Witnesses reported being terrified by the sight and sound of two low-flying USAF F15 jets last week, which are being blamed for spooking and causing the death of many horses.

The jets are believed to have originated from RAF Lakenheath in Suffolk and a probe is underway after the pilots were accused of going on a dangerous 'joyride.'.

But the family of little Amelia Brown have demanded answers after the tot was left heartbroken at the loss of her beloved 10-year-old pet Monty.

Initial reports suggested at least three horses had to be shot as a result - but further victims have now come forward and the scale of the devastation is still being evaluated.

Apr 18 06:36

US Continues to Airdrop More Aid Packages to ISIL Terrorists in Northwestern Iraq

The US planes once again dropped aid packages over ISIL-held regions near a town in Western Nineveh province, the spokesman for Asa'eb al-Haq Movement affiliated to the Iraqi popular forces of Hashd al-Shaabi said.

Javad al-Talaybawi said that a US airplane has airdropped supplies and aid to the ISIL terrorist group West of the town of Tal Afar.

He further underscored that the US forces are sending aid to ISIL to prolong their so-called war on the terrorist group.

Apr 18 06:35

Trump Has Killed Beautiful Babies in Four Countries

US president Donald Trump sounded sincere when he described how he felt after seeing pictures of "beautiful little babies" allegedly killed by a Syrian government chemical weapons attack on April 4.

“These heinous actions by the Assad regime cannot be tolerated," said Trump, and hours later, the US launched nearly 60 tomahawk missiles in response to the allegations.

But what about the beautiful little babies killed by US bombs since Trump became president? Is Trump not concerned about those children because they were killed by his missiles, and not Assad’s chemical weapons?

In the first three months of his presidency, Trump has dropped bombs – and killed children – in Yemen, Afghanistan, Syria and Iraq.

Apr 18 06:34

Gold Erases Post- Election Fall as Trump Wrong on Dollar

President Donald Trump sent currency markets into a tizzy late Wednesday when he signaled his preference for a weaker dollar. “I think our dollar is getting too strong, and partially that’s my fault because people have confidence in me,” Trump told the Wall Street Journal.

Although the greenback immediately dropped before stabilizing Thursday, that’s only part of the story. In fact, it has been falling all year as traders lose confidence in Trump’s ability to push his pro-business, pro-growth policies through Congress. Judging by the Federal Reserve’s U.S. Trade Weighted Real Broad Dollar Index, the currency is weaker now than at the end of November, the month of Trump’s election victory.

Apr 18 06:33

Neocons Have a Long List of Endless-War Ideas for Donald Trump to Implement

After slapping Donald Trump around for several months to make him surrender his hopes for a more cooperative relationship with Russia, the neocons and their liberal-interventionist allies are now telling the battered president what he must do next: escalate war in the Middle East and ratchet up tensions with nuclear-armed Russia.

Star neocon Robert Kagan spelled out Trump’s future assignments in a column on April 9 in The Washington Post, starting out by patting the chastened president on the head for his decision to launch 59 Tomahawk missiles at an airstrip in Syria supposedly in retaliation for a chemical weapons attack blamed on the Syrian government (although no serious investigation was even conducted).

Apr 18 06:32

US forces are accused of killing 40 civilians by dropping bomb on a Syrian mosque which they 'wrongly thought was an Al Qaeda meeting'

US forces are accused of killing at least 40 civilians by bombing a Syrian mosque which their intelligence believed was hosting an Al Qaeda meeting.

The airstrikes allegedly hit a well-known western Aleppo mosque full of hundreds of worshipers on March 16 and injured dozens, Syria said.

The first bomb hit the mosque during prayers before a second blast hit survivors outside, according to a Human Rights Watch report.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Under Trump's Idlib logic, Russia now has a right to shoot cruise missiles at us ... I think... maybe ...

Apr 18 06:27

North Korea Is Refusing Communications With China.

This is an interesting development and not a good one. It seems North Korea will not accept China’s offer of a meeting. It sounds like Lil’ Kim is isolating his Country from his closest friend and supporter. China is becoming very troubled over this. I am very troubled over this, as it insinuates a turn for the worse in Kim’s mood and trust in his ally.

Apr 18 06:27

FARMERS IN INDIA USE COCA-COLA AND PEPSI AS A CHEAPER ALTERNATIVE TO PESTICIDES

The Center for Science and Environment (CSE), which is one of India's leading voluntary agencies, claims that the soft drinks produced in India, including those with the brand names Pepsi and Coca-Cola, contain extremely high levels of pesticide residues, and due to this, farmers use them to fight pests as they are cheaper than the conventional pesticides.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Actually, this will work with any sugary drink. When sprayed on plants it attracts ants which then eat the larvae of pests before they mature into crop-chomping adults.

Apr 18 06:21

A Yale history professor explains how governments use disasters and tragedies to control society

Aspiring tyrants use real, provoked, or fake terrorism as an excuse to declare some kind of state of emergency. State of emergency meaning we lose our basic rights and then that temporary situation becomes permanent. We get used to it, it becomes the everyday. This is basically page one of the playbook of modern tyranny. So it's naive, it's really foolish of us to forget about this because the tyrants, the aspiring tyrants certainly know about it.

Apr 18 05:29

New law: You can now be the subject of a vaccination or medication experiment without your informed consent

A new law quietly passed last December contains a waiver of informed consent that eliminates the requirement of pharmaceutical companies to let you know if a medication or vaccine given to you or your child is experimental.

Apr 18 04:55

Why We’re Ungovernable, Europe Gets Its Doomsday Scenario

The rise of French far-right presidential candidate Marine Le Pen has made a lot of people nervous since, among many other things, she’s in favor of leaving the eurozone, which would pretty much end the common currency.

Apr 18 04:13

U.S. Deep State Pushing Australia and China Closer to Conflict (Video)

The Deep State has yet to exert significant influence in China and this bothers them. This is why they are now, according to Australian journalist John Pilger, trying to push Australia, a nation which has no contemporary enemies into provoking a nuclear armed China. The justification? The building of Chinese airstrips on disputed reefs and islets in the South China Sea.

In the following video, Right Wing News looks at how and why Australia might be provoked into starting a dispute with China. The airstrips in the South China Sea are of course, extremely minor considering the fact that the US has 400 military bases surrounding China, a ‘perfect noose’, and is about to conduct war games with Australia. The war games scenario? An air-sea battle plan for a war with China. Can you imagine what would the reaction be if there were 400 Chinese military bases surrounding the United States?

Apr 18 02:26

The banking industry abuses its customers worse than United Airlines

Last week the Internet was ablaze with disgust after a man was physically dragged off a United Airlines flight.

What’s amazing, though, is that there are countless cases of another industry abusing its customers in far, far worse ways than the airlines.

I’m talking, of course, about the banking industry.

Apr 18 02:13

Trump Grants Military Full Authority To Declare War Unilaterally (Video)

In response to the increasing tensions in the Middle East and the Korean peninsula, President Trump has apparently given the military full authorization to conduct strikes on foreign targets without ‘interference’ from the Congress or the Senate. This authorization moves the military further and further away from civilian control, and we have all seen the fate of nations where that happens. Even scarier, the top military brass have gone on record saying that an upcoming major conflict is ‘almost guaranteed’.

In the following video, Right Wing News unpacks the details from the Army panel where Army Chief of Staff General Mark A. Milley said that a major war between nation states is ‘almost guaranteed’. He pointed to an aggressive Russia and increasingly dominant China as some instability factors. Is this a reasonable forecast or a self-fulfilling prophecy? Of course, it’s the military; when all you have is hammer, everything looks like a nail.

April 17, 2017

Apr 17 21:34

Turkey referendum: Trump congratulates Erdogan

Apr 17 20:14

NY Times Says Trump Should Help ISIS

Apr 17 18:45

DoD Science Advisor Debunks Gas Attack In Syria

Apr 17 18:38

Lawsuit Attempts To Hold Foreign Governments Accountable For Spying On Americans

By Derrick Broze

The Electronic Frontier Foundation is attempting to reverse a court decision that they say could potentially lead to immunity for foreign governments who spy, attack, and, even murder Americans...

Apr 17 18:36

‘Period Of Patience Over,’ Pence Warns As He Visits Korea Border

US Vice President Mike Pence, who is on a trip to South Korea, says the era of patience with North Korea is over, warning Pyonyang over its development of ballistic missiles and nuclear weapons.

Apr 17 18:01

Infowars’ Alex Jones in Court: Antics Are All an Act as ‘Performance Artist’

Looks like AJ is being screwed.

A child custody lawsuit pits “America’s biggest conspiracy theorist” Alex Jones against ex-wife Kelly Jones, who is seeking payments from the Infowars founder for child support. Kelly claims her husband is “not a stable person,” but the man US President Donald Trump once praised as having an “amazing” reputation is simply “playing a character.”

That’s according to his attorney, who says the antics come with the territory for the “performance artist,” the Austin American-Statesman reported.

Apr 17 17:36

US Empire: when will they stop saying ‘unintended consequences’?

It might have been true in Afghanistan. Maybe. You remember. Bin Laden. The whole outside crew that came in during the Soviet-Afghan War and, trained and armed by the US, helped turn the tide against the Russians. And then that crew went rogue.

They built a network to fight America.

An unintended consequence. Let’s call it that.

But Libya, Iraq, Syria? Again? Over and over? Doesn’t work. Doesn’t compute. The rebels “we’re helping,” who somehow turn out to be terrorists?

Apr 17 17:19

Decoding the mysteries of life: Physical mechanism may unveil secrets of origin, formation!

The formation of life on Earth and its consequent evolution has long since been a mystery. Of course, there have been many theories and scientific explanations, but while a few have been nowhere near the truth, some have provided enough data and/or evidence that have helped scientists come to a potential explanation.

Apr 17 17:13

North Korea says ready to react to 'any mode of war' from US

North Korea is preparing for "any mode of war" triggered by US military action, Pyongyang's envoy to the United Nations warned Monday, saying his country would respond to a missile or nuclear strike "in kind."
The statement from North Korean Deputy Ambassador Kim In Ryong followed warnings from US Vice President Mike Pence to Pyongyang not to test US resolve following another missile test.

Apr 17 17:07

Russia warns US against unilateral strike on North Korea

Russia today warned Washington against launching a unilateral strike on North Korea, after US Vice President Mike Pence said the era of "strategic patience" with Pyongyang was over.
"This is a very risky path," Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said at a news conference in Moscow.

Apr 17 17:05

Former Dyncorp VP Charged With Rape Of A Minor

On Friday, April 14th, the Military District of Washington announced that General James Grazioplene (Ret.) was being charged with six specifications of rape of a minor on multiple occasions between 1983 and 1989. The Army said that the investigation remains open.

Apr 17 17:02

Boom in cheap satellites could lead to 'catastrophic collisions', warn scientists

The launch of "mega-constellations" of thousands of communication satellites could lead to a rise in collisions and build-up of space junk in Earth's orbit, scientists have warned.

A decrease in the cost of the manufacture of satellites is set to lead to the deployment of hundreds or thousands into space from next year, creating a massive rise in the number of active satellites from the 1,300 currently in use.

But Dr Hugh Lewis, senior lecture in aerospace engineering at the University of Southampton, has warned a 200-year computer simulation has shown the creation of a mega-constellation could create a 50 per cent increase in the number of "catastrophic collisions" between satellites.

Apr 17 17:00

Turkey referendum: Erdogan dismisses criticism by monitors

Despite saying that the voting day was "well administered", the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) and the Council of Europe criticised the campaign, saying:

  • It was an "unlevel playing field" and the two sides of the campaign "did not have equal opportunities"
  • It was unbalanced due to the active involvement of the president and several senior officials
  • It was tarnished by a number of officials equating No supporters with terrorist sympathisers
  • State resources were misused
  • Under the state of emergency, essential fundamental freedoms were curtailed
  • Despite some measures, the legal framework remained inadequate for a genuinely democratic referendum
  • Apr 17 16:36

    Russia agrees to Syrian peace talks with UN and United States

    HOPES were raised of a breakthrough in the Syrian crisis today after Russia said it plans to hold talks with United States and United Nations officials in Geneva next week.

    Russia’s deputy foreign minister Mikhail Bogdanov said discussions were aimed at kick-starting moves to bring peace to the war-torn country.

    He said Moscow was waiting for confirmation from Washington that the meeting would take place.

    If the meeting does go ahead, the talks, scheduled for April 24, will be the first such contact since Donald Trump became president.

    UN special envoy for Syria Staffan de Mistura has reportedly agreed to attend.

    The development comes days after President Trump revealed his hopes of a fresh dialogue with Russia.

    Apr 17 16:29

    Hawaii Lawmakers Push To Re-Open Fallout Shelters Amid Nuclear War Fears

    Hawaii lawmakers want state officials to update plans for coping with a nuclear attack as North Korea develops nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles that can reach the islands.

    Apr 17 16:28

    John McCain: "I Hope" Trump Has Been 'Sucked In' By The Washington Establishment

    Chuck Todd: "I want to talk about the overall changes. You've said Trump's growing in office. There are some that will say, 'no the Washington establishment sucked him in.'"

    John McCain: “I hope so."

    Apr 17 16:19

    Is There a Brooding War Between America and North Korea?

    Recent events have indicated that tension between the United States and North Korea are rapidly manifesting.

    Apr 17 16:16

    Why Nuclear Armageddon May Now be On the Horizon With Russia... (Video)

    Is the Deep State manipulating Trump to keep poking Russia and China? Already the Trump administration has shown some signs of being a little too full of itself when it comes to foreign policy, with Rex Tillerson openly claiming that Assad had used chemical weapons with Russian knowledge. And this was prior to his visit to Moscow.

    In the following video, Right Wing News looks at the possibility that the Deep State may be steering the White House towards a conflict with Russia and China. Already under the Bush administration our nuclear weapons policy went from retaliatory to first strike. We have nuclear missiles positioned near Russia’s borders. We have 400 military bases surrounding China. If you were Russia or China, what would you presume the United States’ intentions are?

    Apr 17 15:51

    UNBELIEVABLE: ARROGANT CONGRESSMAN CLAIMS HIS VOTERS DON’T PAY HIS SALARY

    Speaking at a town hall meeting last week, Oklahoma Congressman Markwayne Mullin had a few stern words for a member of the audience, who said that his voters pay his salary. That may sound like common sense to you or I. We pay our taxes, and those taxes fund the salaries of politicians. But Congressman Mullin has a different notion.

    Apr 17 15:41

    BLM ACTIVISTS GOT BAD NEWS AFTER SHUTTING DOWN A PRO-COP PRESENTATION

    A group of Black Lives Matter activists at California’s Claremont McKenna College who refused to allow a pro-police activist to speak at a campus presentation may be disciplined by the school for their hostile behavior.

    Apr 17 15:40

    Uber Confirms Horrendous Loss in 2016

    “Cementing its place as the most heavily-lossmaking private company in the history of Silicon Valley.”

    Apr 17 15:30

    Democrats welcome Bernie takeover

    Democrats previously reticent to welcoming Sen. Bernie Sanders into their fold are coming around.

    More than a dozen Democrats interviewed by The Hill say the Vermont Independent has become a powerful and welcome voice for a party struggling to find its identity after a devastating defeat in 2016.

    Apr 17 15:11

    The Coming War on China: A Conversation with John Pilger


    A nuclear war between the United States and China is not only imaginable but a current 'contingency', says the Pentagon. Filmed over two years across five potential flashpoints in Asia and the Pacific, THE COMING WAR ON CHINA reveals the build-up to war on more than 400 US military bases that encircle China in a 'perfect noose'.

    Apr 17 14:30

    Trump Is Resettling Syrian Refugees At A Much Quicker Pace Than Obama

    President Donald Trump called Syrian refugees a “great Trojan horse” during the 2016 campaign, but his administration has resettled them in a quicker pace than President Barack Obama did.

    Since Trump was inaugurated, 1,401 Syrian refugees have been resettled, State Department figures as of Wednesday reveal. This is more than double the 625 Syrian refugees resettled under President Obama in the same time frame last year.

    The president has admitted about a third fewer refugees from all nations than Obama’s State Department did in this time span, as he has resettled 10,565 refugees so far and Obama resettled 14,841. Syrian refugees, however, were a particular focus of President Trump’s when he was running for office.

    Apr 17 14:27

    GREAT AGAIN: Consumer Confidence Grows, Beats Analysts’ Prediction

    Consumer confidence is continuing to increase in a pro-growth economy during the Donald Trump presidency.

    According to the University of Michigan monthly survey of consumers, the Index of Consumer Sentiment rose to 98.0 in April, an increase from 96.9 in March.

    Apr 17 13:53

    Army Helicopter Crashes at Country Club in Maryland

    A U.S. Army helicopter crashed on the Breton Bay Golf Course and Country Club in Leonardtown in Maryland, Military.com has learned.

    Officials at Fort Belvoir, which is located about 40 miles northwest of the country club, said a UH-60 Black Hawk attached to the base's 12th Aviation Battalion, which provides aviation support to Army Military District of Washington, "had a hard landing," according to a statement posted on the base's Facebook page.

    Webmaster's Commentary: 

    "North Korea did it! North Korea did it!" -- Official White Horse Souse

    Apr 17 13:29

    Has Trump lost control of the Pentagon?

    Here is a short timeline of the Pentagon taking the presidential commander-in-chief power from Trump.

    The ultimatums came on March 1.

    On March 1, 2017 the Atlantic’s article “Trump and the Generals” announced that Trump’s military leaders “increasingly sound like they’re working for a different president altogether.”

    They complained about the lack of funding, even after Trump pledged to give them additional $54 billion that were cut from the budget of non-military agencies. Right after the budget announcement, it became immediately obvious that the Pentagon considered this sum to be ridiculously small for their ambitions.

    They also balked at Trump’s election promise to fire many “Obama’s generals.”

    Apr 17 13:16

    A Lesson On Immigration That The US Can Learn From Europe (Not The EU)

    How many refugees has the US taken in the last year? And how many asylum seekers? Are they classed as the same? And where are they today? Most importantly, were adequate checks in place to ensure that not only do they have a valid claim, but also that there are no disqualifying factors? As you’d imagine, not only are there contradictory answers to all of these questions, but the information seems purposely obfuscated.

    Apr 17 13:14

    Nuclear Power Bums, Bailouts And Bankruptcy

    You have to hand it to the nuclear industry for socializing costs and privatizing profits. Last year, lobbyists for operators of dirty, deadbeat old reactors won massive public subsidies — bailouts — in New York and Illinois that will keep decrepit, retirement-age reactors from shutting down.

    Apr 17 13:13

    What Russia-Gate Has Wrought

    Democrats, liberals and some progressives might be feeling a little perplexed over what has happened to Russia-gate, the story that pounded Donald Trump every day since his election last November – until April 4, that is.

    Apr 17 13:00

    BIG PUBLISHERS ARE FLEEING FAKEBOOK…

    Apr 17 12:55

    F the USA

    I want to scream. I want to scream. To separate from this. This government, this country.

    The world shouldn’t have to suffer one more day of American exceptionalism.

    I clear the table, put the dishes in the sink, stare at the water running into the drain. Drain the swamp.

    I want to scream.

    Fuck you. Fuck you, Trump. Fuck you. Fuck all of you with your might-makes-right bellicosity. Fuck Obama. Fuck Hillary Clinton. Fuck George Bush. Fuck Dick Cheney. Fuck all the fucking warmongers. Fuck corporate news. Fuck the war industry. Fuck the war profiteers.

    Fuck the United States of Fucking America.

    Webmaster's Commentary: 

    Don't sugar-coat it like that; tell us how you REALLY feel!

    Apr 17 12:49

    Judge Napolitano Vindicated? British Intelligence Was Used By Obama Administration To Obtain FISA Warrants On Trump Team…

    “THREE INTELLIGENCE SOURCES HAVE INFORMED FOX NEWS THAT PRESIDENT OBAMA WENT OUTSIDE THE CHAIN OF COMMAND. HE DIDN’T USE THE NSA. HE DIDN’T USE THE CIA. HE DIDN’T USE THE FBI, AND HE DIDN’T USE DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE. HE USED GCHQ. WHAT THE HECK IS GCHQ? THAT’S THE INITIALS FOR THE BRITISH SPYING AGENCY. THEY HAVE 24/7 ACCESS TO THE NSA DATABASE. SO BY SIMPLY HAVING TWO PEOPLE GO TO THEM SAYING, ‘PRESIDENT OBAMA NEEDS TRANSCRIPTS OF CONVERSATIONS INVOLVING CANDIDATE TRUMP, CONVERSATIONS INVOLVING PRESIDENT-ELECT TRUMP,’ HE’S ABLE TO GET IT, AND THERE’S NO AMERICAN FINGERPRINTS ON THIS.”

    ~ JUDGE ANDREW NAPOLITANO

    On March 20th Fox News suspended Napolitano for making those remarks. The British government and British intelligence community was furious at Napolitano and Fox News. At the time Rupert Murdoch was attempting to purchase SkyNews, which might have aided in the severity of his response to Napolitano.

    Apr 17 12:20

    GOLD PRICE SURGES AS INVESTORS SPOOKED

    Apr 17 12:13

    US Embassy Summons 3-Month-Old Over Terrorism, Misses The ‘Funny Side’

    The US embassy in London summons a three-month-old baby to make sure it is not resorting to terrorism.

    The call came after Harvey Kenyon-Cairns’s grandfather, Paul Kenyon, made a simple error while filling out a form for his grandson, The Guardian reported.

    Apr 17 12:12

    Facebook Live Killer Manhunt: Ohio Man Claims To Have Shot 15 & Vows To ‘Keep Killing Until Caught’

    Cleveland police are continuing a manhunt for a suspect who shot and killed an elderly man during a Facebook Live broadcast on Sunday – and claimed to have killed 14 more people, promising more murders.

    Apr 17 12:10

    US Seeking To ‘Rule The World’ By ‘Addiction’ To War, Military Spending

    Along with the “collapse” of the US economy and military, the United States is failing to achieve its goal of dominating the world, says a political commentator.

    Apr 17 12:09

    Judicial Watch: "Data Show Counties in 11 States Have More Registered Voters than Eligible Adult Citizens"

    Judicial Watch today announced it has sent notice-of-violation letters threatening to sue 11 states

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