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"After World War II, in the name of containing Communism, the United States, mostly through the actions of local allies, executed or encouraged coups in, among other places, Guatemala, Brazil, Chile, Uruguay, Argentina and patronized a brutal mercenary war in Nicaragua ... By the end of the Cold War, Latin American security forces trained, funded, equipped, and incited by Washington had executed a reign of bloody terror - hundreds of thousands killed, an equal number tortured, millions driven into exile-from which the region has yet to fully recover." -- Greg Grandin in his book "Empire's Workshop"

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May 15, 2017

May 15 07:15

WikiLeaks publishes “AfterMidnight” and “Assassin”, two CIA malware frameworks for the Microsoft Windows platform.

“AfterMidnight” allows operators to dynamically load and execute malware payloads on a target machine. The main controller disguises as a self-persisting Windows Service DLL and provides secure execution of “Gremlins” via a HTTPS based Listening Post (LP) system called “Octopus”. Once installed on a target machine AM will call back to a configured LP on a configurable schedule, checking to see if there is a new plan for it to execute. If there is, it downloads and stores all needed components before loading all new gremlins in memory. “Gremlins” are small AM payloads that are meant to run hidden on the target and either subvert the functionality of targeted software, survey the target (including data exfiltration) or provide internal services for other gremlins. The special payload “AlphaGremlin” even has a custom script language which allows operators to schedule custom tasks to be executed on the target machine.

May 15 07:14

Cyber Attacks Show Vulnerability of Digital Systems and Digital Currencies

– Cyberattacks expected to spread today in “second phase”
– UK intelligence says scale of threat significant
– Microsoft slams NSA for letting hacking tools cause global malware epidemic
– Ransomware attack already crippled more than 200,000 computers in 150 countries
– 1.3 million computer systems believed to be at risk
– Europol warns many computer systems simply won’t start
– Businesses, banks and government agencies around world told to prepare
– Renault, FedEx among companies affected by cyber-attack
– Banks in China including ATMs were affected
– Hackers could shut down banks and cut off power and water supplies
– “Biggest threat to civilisation” since the Second World War – Cyber security expert
– Risks posed to digital deposits and digital wealth are the “new case for gold”

May 15 07:13

HUNGARY UNVEILS NEW ELECTRIFIED BORDER WALL, WATCH TOWERS, AND GUARDS WITH MACHINE GUNS

The country of Hungary, 95% of whose citizens opposed European Union migrant quotas in a recent referendum, has reportedly electrified key portions of their border fence.

According to Index.hu, when approaching the border outside of authorized border crossings, those attempting to enter the country will be met with warning signs in Hungarian, Serbian and Arabic advising them that the fence has been electrified.

Kit Daniels reports:

It may not be a full fence shield, but there are fixed wires running parallel to the ground,” reported journalist András Földes. “The 12 wires mounted on insulated points are visible on both fences of the double fence, with insulated portions on the inside of the fences since it’s assumed they [the migrants] will only come from the outside if they come in.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Apparently, for the Hungarian government, they take the issue of illegal immigration just as seriously as they would a heart attack; and frankly, I do not blame them.

But what ultimately has to stop are all the horrific wars which are driving people out of their home countries!!

May 15 07:13

Ongoing massacre in Palestine

"It's worse that you can imagine."

Apartheid, but not as nice.

Abby says:

"No one really dare to cover Israel. When you cover it in a fair way you're deemed anti-Semitic. Journalists say to me 'I don't want to cover Israel or I'll love my job.'"



May 15 07:12

Microsoft blames U.S. stockpiled vulnerability after WannaCry ransomware attack

Microsoft on Sunday said a software vulnerability stolen from the U.S. National Security Agency has affected customers around the world, and described the spread of the WannaCry/WannaCrypt ransomware on Friday in many countries as yet another example of the problems caused by the stockpiling of vulnerabilities by governments.

Referring to the attack as a “wake-up call,” Microsoft’s President and Chief Legal Officer, Brad Smith wrote in a blog post that governments have “to consider the damage to civilians that comes from hoarding these vulnerabilities and the use of these exploits.”

May 15 07:11

SYRIAN WAR REPORT – MAY 15, 2017: GOVT FORCES MAKE LARGE GAINS IN ALEPPO AND DAMASCUS

Pro-government forces, led by the Syrian Army Tiger Forces, have made significant progress against ISIS in the province of Aleppo. Last weekend, government troops liberated the Jirah Military Airbase after few days of clashes with ISIS terrorists. ISIS attempted to counter attack at the military airbase and near Jirah Saghir village but failed to achieve its goals. The Syrian Army reportedly lost a T-55 battle tank, a BMP-1 armoured vehicle and a technical armed with a 23mm gun in these clashes.

The military airbase was the last major ISIS stronghold on the way to the important ISIS-held town of Maskaneh that will likely become the next target of the government advance in the province of Aleppo. Advancing through Maskaneh, government troops would reach an area controlled by the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) in the Tabqah countryside in the province of Raqqah. This will also allow to secure a large chunk of the Ithriyah-Aleppo road.

May 15 07:11

New WannaCrypt ransomware variant discovered in the wild

Following reports of the ransomware attack across the UK, researchers soon discovered instances of the same malware being used in thousands of attacks in 150 countries at last count, including the UK, Russia, and Spain. It is believed the ransomeware has claimed at least 200,000 victims.

Researchers have warned that more attacks may be on the way as the first wave struck on Friday, and in addition, new variants are appearing in the wild which could make fighting the ransomware even more complicated.

May 15 07:09

Ransomware attack: The second wave is coming, so get ready now

The global ransomware attack that caused chaos could spring back to life again as workers return to the office, experts have warned.

While ransomware has been a growing menace for some time, this particular attack is without parallel, largely because the ransomware was combined with a worm-like functionality that allowed the infection to spread rapidly from PC to PC.

The lightning spread of the WannaCrypt ransomware attack was felt worldwide last week, causing problems for thousands of private and public sector organisations across dozens of countries on Friday, and forced hospitals in the UK to cancel treatment and resort to pen and paper. The ransomware has also caused problems in Germany, Russia, the US, and Spain.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"It's all North Korea's fault. Honest! And Russia helped them. And China. And Iran; don't forget Iran. We have to bomb them now." -- Official White Horse Souse

See VIRTUAL 9-11: Will the US & Israel Hack US Computers and Falsely Blame It On Iran or Syria or Russia or China (or at least to stop us saying bad things about Hillary)?



May 15 07:05

Strange C.I.A. declassified document says Antarctica has “no strategic importance”

A C.I.A. released document dated June 1, 1964, titled: “Supplementary Briefing Notes for the Commander, U.S. Naval Support Force, Antarctica” claims that “the Antarctic has no strategic importance,” despite the fact that a number of countries around the world have set up bases on the continent.

May 15 06:59

MAJOR DEVELOPMENTS STRONGLY SUGGEST THE END OF UNIPOLAR WORLD ORDER

With Moon Jae-In’s victory in South Korea, the period of tension on the Korean Peninsula is likely to end. With the rise to power of the new president, South Korea can expect a sharp decline in hostilities with North Korea as well as a resumption of dialogue with China. An expected and highly anticipated victory was confirmed in South Korea on May 9, with candidate Moon winning South Korea's presidential race over his rivals Hong Joon-pyo (Liberty Korea Party) and Ahn Cheol-soo (People's Party). After the resignation and arrest of former President Park Geun-hye over an immense corruption scandal, public opinion turned away from her party in favour of the main opposition representative, a center-left lawyer specializing in humanitarian issues.

May 15 06:52

OVER 200 ANDROID APPLICATIONS TRACK USERS THROUGH TV ULTRASOUND BEACONS

Over 200 applications on the Google Play store contain software which uses inaudible sounds from TV commercials to obtain data about the end user. The developer, Silverpush, abandoned and denounced the intrusive software a year ago, but are unable to stop application developers from using their open-source toolkit.



May 15 06:28

The Pledge For Republican Candidates In 2018: ‘No Money For Planned Parenthood Under Any Circumstances’

It is time for conservative voters to draw a line in the sand when it comes to Planned Parenthood. For decades, Republican politicians have been winning conservative votes by labeling themselves Pro-Life, but once they take office many of them don’t do anything to advance the cause.

May 15 06:20

Trump Administration attempts to make Benghazi documents exempt from disclosure

Judicial watch President Tom Fitton says his organization filed Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests pertaining to the Benghazi debacle, specifically in regards to emails that Hillary Clinton received from Fmr. President Barack Obama about what happen at Benghazi, before the Trump Administration asked the court to reconsider its ruling in an effort to keep the documents classified.

May 15 04:57

What Is America’s Goal in the World?

... Since 1991, we have lost our global preeminence, quadrupled our national debt, and gotten ourselves mired in five Mideast wars, with the neocons clamoring for a sixth, with Iran. With the New World Order and global democracy having been abandoned as America's great goals, what is the new goal of U.S. foreign policy? What is the strategy to achieve it? Does anyone know? ... Like the British and French empires, the American imperium is not sustainable. We have issued so many war guarantees it is almost assured that we will be dragged into every future great crisis and conflict on the planet. If we do not review and discard some of these war guarantees, we shall never know peace. Donald Trump once seemed to understand this. Does he still?



May 15 00:21

Indict and Arrest These Two Already! (Video)

As FBI Director, James Comey was nothing short of incompetent and his firing was long overdue. In a meritocratic corporate world, he would have been unlikely to get the job in the first place. But gross incompetence is the least of James Comey’s crimes, and evidence has emerged that he may have been actively involved in obstruction of justice. Ironic, considering his previous job.

In the following video, Right Wing News looks at the case of whistleblower Dennis Montgomery, who delivered hard evidence to Comey that Obama had indeed wiretapped Trump. What did Comey do with the information? Nothing, of course. And now watchdog group Judicial Watch has gotten involved, with its founder Larry Klayman issuing an open letter for Comey to be indicted for obstruction of justice. Will this ever happen?

May 14, 2017

May 14 19:31

The Federal Reserve Must Go, And I Will Never Make Any Apologies For Saying That.

If you want to permanently fix America’s economy, there really is no other choice.



May 14 19:20

Cyberattacks expected to spread Monday as Europol fears computer systems simply won’t start

Update: confirming our earlier report that Monday could get ugly for global computer system, the WSJ writes on Sunday afternoon that Cybersecurity experts are expecting another wave of computer-system attacks that encrypt files and demand ransom to unlock them on Monday, as companies and government agencies are seeking to restore normal operations and figure out the roots of the attack.

May 14 18:09

Martin King assassinated by US government: new 36-minute interview of King Family civil trial verdict

*hyperlinks/videos live at source*

Coretta Scott King: “We have done what we can to reveal the truth, and we now urge you as members of the media, and we call upon elected officials, and other persons of influence to do what they can to share the revelation of this case to the widest possible audience.” – King Family Press Conference, Dec. 9, 1999.

Dr. King’s 2-minute message to you (full 1967 speech to end the Vietnam War):

Dr. Martin Luther King’s family and personal friend/attorney, William F. Pepper, won a civil trial that found US government agencies guilty of Martin's assassination/wrongful death. The 1999 trial, King Family versus Jowers and Other Unknown Co-Conspirators, is the only trial ever conducted on the assassination of Dr. King. The King Center fully documents the case, with full trial transcript (to more fully explain the following summary of trial evidence, here is the best article I've found).

May 14 17:36

Mom Calls Out Teacher For Letting Students Smack Trump Piñata. Things Get Ugly Quick.

Last Friday, a parent posted a message on Facebook calling out a public school teacher in Johnstown, Colorado, for holding a tasteless Cinco de Mayo celebration featuring students smacking around a piñata with Donald Trump's face on it. The post set off a politically-charged firestorm in the relatively quiet town, resulting in the teacher being suspended, parents and students unloading on each other online, and the whistle-blower mother becoming the subject of coordinated harassment on social media.



May 14 17:34

Elizabeth Warren Tells a Bad Joke, Bullies Her Critics And Encourages Heavy Drinking … All In 15 Minutes!

Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) used her time at the podium giving acommencement speech at the University of Massachusetts Amherst to slam the Trump administration and Attorney General Jeff Sessions regarding President Donald’s Trump decision to fire James Comey as FBI director and the Department of Justice’s effort to replace him.

May 14 17:32

Fresno Professor Violates Students’ First Amendment Rights While Belittling And Berating Them

A Fresno State University pro-life organization is suing after a professor ordered students to erase a pro-life chalk display on campus in the name of "free speech."
In a video posted to YouTube by the Fresno State Students for Life, a member of the group confronted fellow students who were erasing the chalkings.
"We have a teacher that's telling us to get rid of it," one of the students responded.

May 14 16:18

Deportation fears stop some LA County immigrants from applying for EBT program

I’m all for giving assistance to those legally in this country who truly need help. But if you are here illegally, fuhgeddaboudit…

May 14 15:29

Investors are pulling out of the U.S. for the first time in years

Are global stock markets set to outperform the U.S. again?

May 14 14:41

$500 Trillion in Derivatives “Remain an Important Asset Class”: Hilariously, the New York Fed

Oh, and the unintended consequences of trying to regulate a monster.


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May 14 13:46

Donald Trump and David Duke Believe Bomb Threats Against Jewish Americans are False Flags!

In this ‘Dollemore Daily’ Jesse addresses Donald Trump's 'anti semetic' belief that the more than 100 bomb threats and hate crimes against JCC's and Jewish Day Schools across the country are a false flag operation (the same opinion as former Grand Wizard of the KKK, David Duke.) Well Jesse, looks like Trump and the Grand Wizard of the KKK were 100% correct! Does this mean an end to Jewish false flag events, like 911? Lets take a closer look.

May 14 11:40

Illegal GMO Roundup Ready Corn Found Growing In Bolivia

The NGO, SOS MAIZ BOLIVIA has reported that genetically engineered Roundup Ready maize has been found growing illegally in the Bolivian village of Charagua, in the south of Santa Cruz department. The illegal intrusion was discovered on March 17 2017, when “an expedition of agronomists, sociologists, economists and journalists organized by SOS…

May 14 10:37

MASSIVE CORPORATE CONSOLIDATION OF LOCAL NEWS UNDERWAY

In a deal that will allow one broadcasting company to reach 72 percent of U.S. households through ownership of local news stations, it was reported this week that Sinclair Broadcast Group is buying Tribune Media for nearly $4 billion.

Such a move wouldn’t have been possible a few weeks back, but Donald Trump’s new Federal Trade Commission (FCC) chairman, Ajit Pai, just began implementing sweeping changes to previously established media ownership rules. Bloomberg explains:

“A Sinclair-Tribune merger was made easier last month when the FCC restored a rule that allows TV station groups to count just half of their coverage area for Ultra High Frequency stations to comply with a 39 percent nationwide cap set by Congress.”

Reporting on the news, Democracy Now invited the president and CEO of Free Press, Craig Aaron, to comment on the significance of the purchase.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This is why you need to be paying all the more attention to what you are getting from independent media resources, as the Sinclair/Tribune merger will mean that the Deep American State has handed its corporate presstitutes even more power to regurgitate the propaganda necessary to sell you both more wars, and more personal disenfranchisement, at every level of your life.

I will adamantly refuse to accept more poverty and more wars as the "new normal", thank you very much!!

May 14 10:10

Worst Restaurant Tailspin since 2009/2010 Crushes Lower End

“Rising household debt load” likely to “suppress consumption, including eating out.”

May 14 09:54

Draghi Says Anyone Leaving the EU Must Pay But EU Will Not Refund Surpluses

In the Netherlands, the Forum For Democracy leader Thierry Baudet confronted Mario Draghi of the ECB asking that since he had said anyone leaving must pay the ECB and exit fee of whatever they owe, he said that since the Netherlands had €100bn surplus at the ECB they should get it back is others who owe the ECB must pay.

May 14 09:20

Nothing is real: How German scientists control Putin's face

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Another reason you cannot trust what you see on corporate media.

May 14 09:17

JAMA ADMITS 30% OF DRUGS APPROVED BY FDA-APPROVED ARE SERIOUSLY DANGEROUS

Close to one-third of drugs approved by the FDA are found to have safety problems, according to a research report from The Journal of the American Medical Association.

JAMA’s report stated that these safety issues, known as “postmarket safety events,” are “common after FDA approval, highlighting the importance of continuous monitoring of the safety of novel therapeutics throughout their life cycle.”

The study sought to identify the “frequency of postmarket safety events” of FDA-approved drugs. It revealed that 222 “novel therapeutics” were approved by the FDA between 2001 and 2010. Out of those 222 FDA-approved products, there were 123 safety issues later found in 71, or 32 per cent, of the approved drugs. Actions taken for the 71 drugs included withdrawal of the substance, new safety announcements highlighting discovered risks, and issuing “black box” warnings.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

How do we get the attention of the CEOs of those companies continuing to make pharmaceuticals with intense problems in use?!?

Possibly, making the marketing of unsafe drugs a felony, which gets coupled with jail time for the execs who sign off on these drugs, knowing that there may well be intense problems for patients taking the drugs down the road?!?

Because a 30% problem rate with drugs is simply unacceptable, period, end of discussion.

And this study demonstrates that the manufacture, and sales of these drugs is not about health; it is about money, period, end of discussion.

May 14 09:16

The Great Russian Aggression against America – 5 reasons it is not happening  

Since the collapse of the Soviet Union and the arrival of Vladimir Putin, Russia is all about protecting itself – nation-building at home and preparing for western aggression, which is very real in the eyes of Russia’s elected ruling elite. With NATO troops massed on Russia’s borders, Russia like any country in its position, would be foolish not to take necessary precautions.

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May 14 09:15

Whistleblowers: James Comey Seized and Buried Information Showing Donald Trump’s Phone Calls Were Spied On

Former FBI director James Comey seized and buried volumes of information that demonstrated a wide-ranging government surveillance operation targeting Donald Trump before he became president.

Big League Politics has learned that Larry Klayman, attorney for former NSA and CIA contractor and whistleblower Dennis Montgomery, delivered to the FBI 47 hard drives and data amounting to more than 600 million pages of documentation on the surveillance scheme. Then-FBI director James Comey’s general counsel James Baker took the data into his possession, according to multiple sources. But despite possessing Montgomery’s bombshell whistleblower revelations, Comey never acted on or publicized the information.



May 14 09:11

China pledges $124 billion for new Silk Road as champion of globalization

Chinese President Xi Jinping pledged $124 billion on Sunday for his new Silk Road plan to forge a path of peace, inclusiveness and free trade, and called for the abandonment of old models based on rivalry and diplomatic power games.

Xi used a summit on the initiative, attended by leaders and top officials from around the world, to bolster China's global leadership ambitions as U.S. President Donald Trump promotes "America First" and questions existing global free trade deals.

"We should build an open platform of cooperation and uphold and grow an open world economy," Xi told the opening of the two-day gathering in Beijing.

China has touted what it formally calls the Belt and Road initiative as a new way to boost global development since Xi unveiled the plan in 2013, aiming to expand links between Asia, Africa, Europe and beyond underpinned by billions of dollars in infrastructure investment.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Chinese President Xi Jinping has got this absolutely right, and hopefully, President Trump and his advisors will see clear reason to get on board with this, at least to some form of engagement.

In my world, trade trumps war every time.

May 14 09:09

Man dies during fight at motel with Rohnert Park police officers

A man died after he was shot with a Taser during a fight with two police officers attempting to arrest him Friday at a Rohnert Park motel, authorities said.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Sounds like the taser shock landed right on the T wave of the cardiac rhythm cycle. The Repolarization phase. Death. His brother also died from being tased a year earlier.

May 14 09:06

CENTCOM BREAKS "FREE PASSAGE" DEAL - ITS ALLIES WILL HAVE TO BLEED FOR THIS

On Friday the U.S. "Inherent Resolve" command of its operations in Syria and Iraq released an statement that points to unnecessary intensified fighting about the city of Raqqa and elsewhere.

The Syrian Arab Coalition and their Syrian Democratic Force partners completed the liberation of the Tabqah Dam, as well as the city of Tabqah and its nearby airfield May 10.

The Kurdish forces obviously made a deal with the ISIS rearguard. They offered free passage (safe conduct) to the ISIS fighters if those would dismantled their demolition charges on the Tabqa dam and leave their heavy weapons behind. The ISIS group accepted and fulfilled its part of the deal. The dam was saved. The ISIS forces withdrew.

The Kurdish commander had made the right decision. Any fighting around, on or within the dam structure could have led to a catastrophic dam failure which would have killed ten-thousands (at least) further down the Euphrates.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

So what we have here is catch and release, make a deal, then kill later?!?

May 14 08:48

The ‘Soft Coup’ of Russia-gate

Where is Stanley Kubrick when we need him? If he hadn’t died in 1999, he would be the perfect director to transform today’s hysteria over Russia into a theater-of-the-absurd movie reprising his Cold War classic, “Dr. Strangelove,” which savagely satirized the madness of nuclear brinksmanship and the crazed ideology behind it.

May 14 08:48

Trump Warns New South Korea President Against Call for North Korea Talks

New South Korean President Moon Jae-in has made clear he wants to get reconciliation talks going with North Korea, and took a bit of a shot at US sanctions pushes in comments yesterday, saying he thinks sanctions should only be considered as a tool to get North Korea to the table for talks.

The Trump Administration has insisted in recent weeks they consider diplomacy to have “failed,” and President Trump appeared very dismissive of the new push for diplomacy today, saying he would only accept discussion with North Korea “under certain circumstances.”

May 14 08:44

FBI Insider Reveals Why Jason Chaffetz Is Being Forced Out Of Politics

Jason Chaffetz is retiring from politics because elite Democrats, working on behalf of the financial industrial complex also known as the Rothschild’s central banking scam, threatened his children’s lives, according to an FBI insider.

Chaffetz effectively ended his career as an uncompromised politician when he pushed through the bill to audit the Federal Reserve, the FBI insider explains.

“You don’t go after the Fed. Nobody goes after the Federal Reserve and gets away with it.”

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May 14 08:42

British IT expert, 22, who lives with his parents reveals how he stopped the global cyber attack that wreaked havoc on the NHS as he warns he is already fighting hackers trying to unleash a NEW threat

The UK blogger who discovered a 'kill switch' that has slowed the spread of a virus wreaking havoc across the globe has revealed that the world is facing a fresh cyber attack from malicious hackers who are trying to sabotage the fix.

The 22-year-old 'accidental hero' - who lives at home in the south of England with his mother and father - spotted a loophole in the code that meant he could block the virus.

He says he inadvertently halted the ransomware just hours after hearing news of a cyber attack on the NHS while out for lunch with a friend while on a week off from his job at an information security company.

But speaking exclusively to MailOnline, the anonymous computer security expert revealed that cyber attackers are working to bring down the 'emergency stop' which is halting the virus from spreading in a bid to infect millions more across the globe.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

So, a single 22-year old was able to do what the NSA, CIA, FBI, etc. could NOR do?!? Does that mean the NSA, CIA, FBI, etc. are hopelessly inept? Or is WannaCry part of an operation to cripple the internet ahead of some grand was escalation? Or were NSA, CIA, FBI, etc. just stealing some party cash for themselves? Or all of the above?

May 14 08:39

McCain Institute Caught Stealing Millions In Child Trafficking Donations

The McCain Institute claims it exists to fight human trafficking, but despite receiving millions in donations from Saudi Arabia, the Rothschilds, and Bloomberg, it has been revealed that none of the money was spent on fighting human trafficking.

May 14 08:38

"Comey Was Wrong" Trey Gowdy Slams FBI Director James Comey Over Hillary Clinton Investigation

May 14 08:28

These silicone masks are so detailed they look disturbingly realistic

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Another reason not to trust what you see on corporate media.

May 14 08:27

Dershowitz: Jews made America great

Alan Dershowitz gave a pep talk on Jewish influence to an orthodox audience in Scarsdale Tuesday night. It was his crowd, and he really is a rock star. The suburban lanes were filled with cars and older yarmulke-wearing Jews streaming toward the synagogue like Woodstock. We were half a million strong! Four hundred anyway, but Jews punch above their weight.

That was Dershowitz’s theme: We earned our influence in this country by contributing more to its success than others– so now use your influence!

May 14 08:26

REVEALED: The True Conspiracy To Kill Martin Luther King Jr.

May 14 08:24

STARVING FOR JUSTICE ~~ THE LATEST IN TOONS

May 14 08:24

BOYCOTT FASCISM ~~ DON’T DRINK COCA COLA!

Israel’s Coca-Cola franchisee contributed 50,000 shekels ($13,850) to right-wing group Im Tirtzu in 2015, a document from the Israel Corporations Authority shows.

May 14 08:22

Fidget spinner was invented to stop Palestinian kids from throwing rocks at Israelis

Do we have Palestinian rock throwers to thank for the fidget spinner?

The inventor of the ubiquitous stress-reducing toy says she came up with the idea during a trip to Israel in the 1980s, during the First Intifada, as a way to distract the “young boys throwing rocks at police officers.”

Catherine Hettinger told CNN Money last week that she first brainstormed the gadget while visiting her sister in the Jewish state and hearing about the clashes between Palestinian youth and Israeli security.

She first considered designing a “soft rock that kids could throw,” according to CNN Money.

“It started as a way of promoting peace,” Hettinger said.

But soon after, upon returning home to Orlando, Florida, Hettinger put together the first fidget spinner — a propeller-like toy that spins around a center bearing.

May 14 08:01

Is a $1,000 worth of Cognac or whiskey bought five years ago-worth more or less than $1000 of silver or gold? Are they stores of value or even MONEY?

Historically, whisky has often been used as a medium of exchange. So has ammunition. During the gold rush, miners would by an once of whiskey and pay for it with a bullet, the origin of the term "a shot of whisky."

May 14 07:59

OUR DEAD DEMOCRACY HEADING INTO WW 3 | Mike Rivero

May 14 07:58

Family Guy Trolls Kellyanne Conway With Emmy Ad — But Don't Get Too Offended

Family Guy's ad submission to the 2017 Emmy Awards is stirring unnecessary controversy. The mailer features Peter Griffin as Kellyanne Conway dressed in her infamous inauguration outfit. The caption reads: "Alternative Fact: We Are The Smartest Comedy On Television."

May 14 07:56

Newly Declassified Document About Spy Satellites on the Space Shuttle Leaves the Sexy Bits To Your Imagination

What’s the first thing you think about when you think of NASA’s space shuttle program? Sally Ride? Spinning in microgravity? The Challenger explosion? That episode of the Simpsons? You might not think about the US military and intelligence community launching spy satellites, but you should. NASA’s shuttles were designed specifically to carry US spy satellites to orbit. And we got our hands on a newly declassified document about the top secret plans.

May 14 07:51

Mom Arrested After Allegedly Hitting Child For Making Grandma A Mother's Day Card And Not Her

A South Carolina mother allegedly hit her son multiple times after the boy made a Mother’s Day card for his grandmother and not her.
Shontrell Murphy, 30, allegedly smacked the boy multiple times on Thursday because she was upset.
Police said that when they arrived at the home, the child’s grandmother was standing with two children, one of which was crying.

May 14 07:51

Torch Wielding White Supremacists Chant "Russia is our Friend" in Virginia

Torch-wielding white supremacists rallied around a Robert E. Lee statue slated for removal and chanted “Russia is our friend" in Virginia Saturday night.
The group surrounding the Confederate statue in Charlottesville’s Lee Park extinguished their torches and left as cops swarmed the street just before 9:30 p.m., according to the Daily Progress newspaper.

This smells like a staged event. Also, Claire and I noticed there is a lot of both Russia and North Korea bashing being woven into TV shows like "What on Earth."

May 14 07:42

North Korea launches ballistic missile despite warning from international community

North Korea launched a ballistic missile Sunday despite warnings from the international community, according to the South Korean military.

The missile was fired from North Korea’s west coast just two weeks after the country’s last unsuccessful test launch which resulted in an embarrassing explosion.

May 14 07:24

Chile Silver Production Down Stunning 26%

May 14 07:17

Trump Budget Director Mick Mulvaney said that people with Type 2 diabetes don't deserve to have health insurance because they gave themselves diabetes.

While speaking at Stanford University, Trump Budget Director Mick Mulvaney classified diabetes as a bad lifestyle choice, “That doesn’t mean we should take care of the person who sits at home, eats poorly and gets diabetes. Is that the same thing as Jimmy Kimmel’s kid? I don’t think that it is.”

May 14 07:17

Pastor eaten by crocodiles while trying to walk on water like Jesus

A pastor who tried replicating the Biblical story of Jesus Christ walking on water has been eaten by crocodiles.
The pastor, identified as Jonathan Mthethwa, of the Saint of the Last Days Church, tried the demonstration at a river known as Crocodile River.

May 14 07:12

College Student Has Epic Meltdown When She Sees Trump Sign On Campus

Liberals have offered us some fabulous triggering episodes in the past.
You may recall the infamous inauguration screamer, who let loose upon hearing that President Donald Trump had won the election.
That became an instant classic, even sparking mocking video.

May 14 07:09

EXCLUSIVE: California State Professor Brings Her 7-Year-Old To Lecture The Los Angeles Police Department

elina Abdullah – a professor at California State-LA who also leads the Los Angeles Chapter of Black Lives Matter – brought her three children to a recent Police Commission meeting to chastise LAPD during public comment.
“Lots of people have died because of you,” Abdullah’s 10-year-old daughter told LAPD Chief Charlie Beck. “I think it’s horrible that you don’t care what you have done, and killed so many young children.”

May 14 06:23

Insider whistleblower says London police hired Indian hackers to surveil journalists, politicians and activists

The Independent Police Complaints Commission is investigating a tip-off from a current or ex-London police officer that the London Metropolitan Police's National Domestic Extremism and Disorder Intelligence Unit asked Indian police to use their hacker contacts to break into the private communications of hundreds of British people and groups, from journalists to Greenpeace.

May 14 03:38

How Much Does the Tax Man Take From Your Paycheck? It Depends Where You Live

High taxes may not be such a bad thing. As shown by the latest figures on wage taxation released by the OECD, countries with high taxes also tend to have high net incomes.

May 13, 2017

May 13 20:20

Proof CNN Is a Military Psyop

May 13 19:38

United State to draft proposals to settle expelled Russian diplomats issue

TASS news agency quoted Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova, as saying in a television interview that the American counterparts will soon present proposals towards unblocking the situation where the Russian diplomats in U.S. are facing hindered free movement.

May 13 19:37

US spacewalkers overcome glitch on 200th station outing

Two U.S. astronauts overcame an early equipment glitch to complete an abbreviated spacewalk outside the International Space Station on Friday, accomplishing all the major tasks initially planned for a longer excursion in four hours, NASA said.

May 13 19:31

Flashback: The FBI is worried driverless cars will be used as bombs

Look at that self-driving prototype up there. Isn't it cute? The Federal Bureau of Investigation doesn't think so.

Criminals could use driverless cars to evade law enforcement, shoot cops from the back of the vehicle, and "conduct tasks that require use of both hands or taking one’s eyes off the road which would be impossible today," according to an internal report obtained by The Guardian. The last concern was outlined in a section called "multitasking."

Another fear is that criminals will pack a driverless car with explosives and program it to drive itself into a target.

May 13 18:14

NHS ransom hack 'turns into recrimination' as Politcians BLAME each other for safety fails

Security chiefs yesterday warned that weak NHS IT systems could allow sinister forces to hack into personal data and deliberately change details such as blood types, with “catastrophic” consequences.

Just 24 hours before the attack the British Medical Journal published a warning about NHS vulnerabilities.

Dr Krishna Chinthapalli, a registrar at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery in London, said: “Hackers know that hospitals are good targets. They are vulnerable and easy to penetrate and the data they hold is irreplaceable. The NHS was unprepared for such an attack. There is now a risk of it happening again and more frequently.”

The NHS accounted for 64 per cent of all Government data breaches between 2015-16.

Scottish trusts were the worst hit, with almost 60 per cent being attacked, while 79 English trusts – more than 33 per cent – were hit since June 2015.

May 13 16:34

North Korea Open To Talks With Trump

#Trump is a #MasterPersuader, This happened because Trump said that he would be honored to meet Kim Jong-un. Enjoy your #CognitiveDissonance.

May 13 16:13

JUST IN: COMEY WRITES LETTER TO FBI STAFF AFTER GETTING FIRED, HERE'S HIS RESPONSE TO TRUMP...

Recently terminated former FBI Director James Comey admitted in a letter sent to his staff Wednesday that President Donald Trump retains the right to fire anyone in the position of director at his discretion.

May 13 15:52

Cyberattack hit 'one in five' NHS England trusts, says Amber Rudd

NHS trusts have come under fire for failing to stop using outdated software that left them at risk.

However, Ms Rudd added: "If you look at who's been impacted by this virus, it's a huge variety across different industries and across international governments.

"This is a virus that attacked Windows platforms... I don't think it's to do with that preparedness.

"There's always more we can all do to make sure we're secure against viruses, but I think there have already been good preparations in place by the NHS to make sure they were ready for this sort of attack."

May 13 15:46

Gloria Steinem says women being forced to have babies causes global warming

“A man at 50 has the face he deserves.” -George Orwell

May 13 14:33

Israel – a curious national home

Uri Avnery examines how attention-seeking Israeli politicians are racing to propose laws so outrageous that the media cannot possibly ignore them, the latest being a bill on "Israel – the National State of the Jewish People”.>>

May 13 11:47

Russian hacker claims FBI coerced confession over Clinton cyberattack

A Russian man wanted by the Justice Department on charges connected to hacking U.S. companies now claims the FBI offered him immunity in exchange for accepting responsibility for cyberattacks targeting former Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.

May 13 10:27

Texas Considering Citizenship Test as High School Requirement

In order to become a citizen of the United States, immigrants must pass a U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services test, and a Texas bill, which just passed the House, would require Texas public high school students to take the very same test in order to graduate.

May 13 10:03

Comey declines to testify before Senate committee

Ousted FBI Director James Comey will not appear in a closed session before the Senate Intelligence Committee next Tuesday.

Comey had been invited by Chairman Richard Burr (R-N.C.) and top Democrat Mark Warner of Virginia. Their panel is investigating Russia’s election meddling and allegations of collusion between the Trump campaign and Moscow.

Warner announced that Comey would not be appearing before his panel in an interview on MSNBC Friday.

The session would have provided Comey a first chance to discuss with lawmakers the circumstances of his firing.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Watch this move from "invited" to "subpoenaed" in a heartbeat.

May 13 09:55

Turkish PM: US Promises Kurds Won’t Stay in Raqqa

Speaking to reporters today during an official visit to London, Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim says that the United States has assured Turkey that even though the Kurdish YPG is being used to invade ISIS’ capital city of Raqqa, they will not keep control of the city after the battle.

These assurances appear to have been made to try to placate Turkish outrage over US plans to arm the YPG with heavy weapons for the Raqqa battle, and for the US choosing to back the YPG in the offensive against ISIS in general, something Turkey has repeatedly condemned.

Kurdish officials have never said anything about conquering Raqqa for somebody else, and it would be unusual for the group to be willing to commit so heavy to the invasion of a city if they didn’t have designs on incorporating it into their self-declared autonomous region.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Why would the Kurds be fighting at all, if not for an independent Kurdistan?!?

The US government and military need to be very clear as to their ultimate intentions here; otherwise, they may well find Turkey leaving NATO, and leaving them with a vast hole in their garrisoning of the Middle East.

May 13 09:51

SATURDAY ALTERNATIVE CARTOONS: MAY 13, 2017

May 13 09:49

Trump's war with Comey intensifies

President Trump is escalating his public feud with former FBI director James Comey.

Under siege in the media and on Capitol Hill, Trump on Friday morning lobbed a direct threat at the former director, tweeting that Comey “better hope that there are no ‘tapes’ of our conversations before he starts leaking to the press!”

For days, the FBI’s J. Edgar Hoover building has been a sieve of leaks contradicting the president’s account of his decision to fire Comey, painting Trump as paranoid and vindictive. In a New York Times story Thursday night, allies of Comey said the president had summoned him to the White House for dinner and demanded that he vow political loyalty — but was rebuffed.

May 13 09:48

Trump Warns New South Korea President Against Call for North Korea Talks

New South Korean President Moon Jae-in has made clear he wants to get reconciliation talks going with North Korea, and took a bit of a shot at US sanctions pushes in comments yesterday, saying he thinks sanctions should only be considered as a tool to get North Korea to the table for talks.

The Trump Administration has insisted in recent weeks they consider diplomacy to have “failed,” and President Trump appeared very dismissive of the new push for diplomacy today, saying he would only accept discussion with North Korea “under certain circumstances.”

Trump didn’t make clear what those circumstances would be, naturally, but did appear to reject the need for talks in the near term, bragging that he’s handling North Korea “very well, very firmly” without diplomacy. The State Department added that they want North Korea to “cease all illegal activities” for the possibility of talks.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

President Trump, a word here, please: your ultimatum to South Korean President Moon reeks with hubris.

And please remember; ultimately, without negotiation and diplomacy, there is absolutely no opportunity to move forward toward peace, and away from war.

May 13 09:47

Norway’s Largest Trade Union Federation Endorses Full Boycott of Israel to Advance Palestinian Human Rights

The Norwegian Confederation of Trade Unions (LO), representing close to one million workers, has endorsed a full boycott of Israel to achieve Palestinian rights under international law. LO is the largest and most influential umbrella organization of labor unions in Norway.

May 13 09:46

Gilad Atzmon -"Being in Time" talk, LA May 8, 2017

Webmaster's Commentary: 

You can order Gilad's book, "Being in Time", HERE!

May 13 09:37

SYRIA - "THE REGIME WILL BE THERE" - U.S. CONCEDES RAQQA ... AND THE SYRIAN EAST?

A new Wall Street Journal piece, primarily about the ISIS held city of Raqqa on the Euphrates, casts doubt on long term U.S. plans for such an occupation. Its core quote:

"We won’t be in Raqqa in 2020, but the regime will be there."

Webmaster's Commentary: 

IF, in fact, this article is correct, there are reasons to be hopeful about the ultimate outcome in Syria.

If it is not, we are looking at a direct military conflict in Syria with Russia, and that would be horrific.

May 13 09:15

Air Force Acquires Spy Scope to Protect Satellites

he Air Force has acquired a high-tech Space Surveillance Telescope, or SST, capable of speedily discovering and tracking previously unseen or hard-to-find small objects that could threaten satellites.

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, or DARPA, on Tuesday transferred ownership of the telescope to Air Force Space Command during a ceremony at White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico.

The Space Surveillance Telescope, currently located in White Sands, will be moved to Australia and jointly operated by the Air Force and the Australian government, with the U.S. as its primary owner, according to an announcement from DARPA.

May 13 09:14

THIS WEEK IN SEX ABUSE OF CHILDREN BY PEDOPHILE CATHOLIC PRIESTS [MAY 13, 2017]

May 13 09:10

$500 TRILLION IN DERIVATIVES “REMAIN AN IMPORTANT ASSET CLASS”: HILARIOUSLY, THE NEW YORK FED

Oh, and the unintended consequences of trying to regulate a monster.

Economists at the New York Fed included this gem in their report on a two-day conference on “Derivatives and Regulatory Changes” since the Financial Crisis:

Though the notional amount [of derivatives] outstanding has declined in recent years, at more than $500 trillion outstanding, OTC derivatives remain an important asset class.

An important asset class. A hilarious understatement. Let’s see… the “notional amount” of $500 trillion is 25 times the GDP of the US and about 7 times global GDP. Derivatives are not just an “important asset class,” like bonds; they’re the largest “financial weapons of mass destruction,” as Warren Buffett called them in 2003.

Derivatives are used for hedging economic risks. And they’re used as “speculative directional exposures” – very risky one-sided bets. It’s all tied together in an immense and opaque market interwoven with the banks. The New York Fed:

Webmaster's Commentary: 

When the economic dam bursts, and we know this is a case of when, and not if, those derivatives will economically sink the institutions which hold them.

May 13 09:07

The Importance of a President Who Loves America

There are many traits that a person should possess when they aspire to be the leader of the free world. Intelligence, stamina, good judgment, and leadership skills are only a few of the critical and essential traits that the President must have in order to serve effectively.

May 13 09:07

France’s Macron dumps parliamentary candidate after Israel lobby pressure

Incoming President Emmanuel Macron has promised change. But there is no sign he’ll be any different from his predecessor when it comes to France’s pro-Israel policies.

May 13 09:06

Trump picks Al Capone of Vote RiggingTo investigate Federal Voter Fraud

Kris Kobach was spooning down vanilla ice cream when I showed him the thick pages of evidence documenting his detailed plan to rig the presidential election of 2016.
The Secretary of State of Kansas, sucking up carbs at a Republican Party Fundraiser, recognized the documents – and yelled at me, "YOU'RE A LIAR!" and ran for it while still trying to wolf down the last spoonful.

But documents don't lie.

That was 2015 (yes, the ballot heist started way back). Today this same man on the run, Kris Kobach, is now Donald Trump’s choice to head the new “Voter Integrity Commission.”

It’s like appointing Al Capone to investigate The Mob.

May 13 09:06

The Russian Hacking Fiasco

There’s no proof that Russia hacked the US elections.

There’s no proof that Russian officials or Russian agents colluded with members of the Trump campaign.

There’s no proof that Russia provided material support of any kind for the Trump campaign or that Russian agents hacked Hillary Clinton’s emails or that Russian officials provided Wikileaks with emails that were intended to sabotage Hillary’s chances to win the election.

So far, no one in any of the 17 US intelligence agencies has stepped forward and verified the claims of Russian meddling or produced a scintilla of hard evidence that Russia was in anyway involved in the 2016 elections.

No proof means no proof.

May 13 09:05

24 Hours Later: "Unprecedented" Fallout From "Biggest Ransomware Attack In History"

24 hours after it first emerged, it has been called the first global, coordinated ransomware attack using hacking tools developed by the NSA, crippling over a dozen hospitals across the UK, mass transit around Europe, car factories in France and the UK, universities in China, corporations in the US, banks in Russia and countless other mission-critical businesses and infrastructure.

According to experts, "this could be one of the worst-ever recorded attacks of its kind." The security researcher who tweets and blogs as MalwareTech told The Intercept, “I’ve never seen anything like this with ransomware,” and “the last worm of this degree I can remember is Conficker.” Conficker was a notorious Windows worm first spotted in 2008; it went on to infect over 9 million computers in nearly 200 countries.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Here is a hypothetical. Someone takes these NSA tools and writes a worm that spreads as fast as WannaCry or Conficker, but shows no sign of its presence. Then, at some trigger, possibly the creation of a file somewhere in the world, the payload simply formats the hard drives of all infected computers.

Thanks to the NSA, the entire world's computer systems are now under threat.

May 13 09:03

US APPROVES $2 BILLION MISSILE SALE TO UAE

It looks like the weapons manufacturers win again as the US approves selling weapons to a foreign military known for terrorist actions.

The United Arab Emirates’s recent military decisions include violently ending democratic protests in Bahrain and participating in Saudi-led military coalition in Yemen. There have recently been massive protests against the Saudi Arabian/UAE terrorism against Yemen civilians, including using US supplied chemical weapons. The UAE participated in the terrible crimes that some call a genocide, and now they will be armed with another $2 billion dollars worth of US supplied weapons.

The Pentagon has issued a statement today confirming that the US State Department has signed off on a $2 billion sale of US-made Patriot missiles to the United Arab Emirates, adding to the tiny Gulf nation’s ever-growing military arsenal.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

How wonderful that US weapons manufacturers are making a killing under President Trump's watch, both literally and figuratively.

May 13 09:03

Phoenix Billboard Depicting Trump as Nazi Was Funded by Taxpayers

according to Judicial Watch.

May 13 09:02

Russian Military to Launch Drills That Could Defeat NATO Forces in Less Than Two Days

Canada is preparing to deploy troops to Latvia as part of a NATO plan to bolster the Western military alliance's borders with rival power Russia, but Moscow has plans for a show of might that will likely dwarf NATO's efforts.

May 13 09:01

Missouri State Congressman Claims "Homosexuals" and "Human Beings" Are Different

believe it or not, there is an American congressman who genuinely does not understand the definition of human being. Missouri state Representative Rick Brattin, revealed that he believed there is a "distinction" between human beings and people who are gay during a debate over a bill protecting the state's LGBTQ community from discrimination.

May 13 09:00

THE ‘SOFT COUP’ OF RUSSIA-GATE

Where is Stanley Kubrick when we need him? If he hadn’t died in 1999, he would be the perfect director to transform today’s hysteria over Russia into a theater-of-the-absurd movie reprising his Cold War classic, “Dr. Strangelove,” which savagely satirized the madness of nuclear brinksmanship and the crazed ideology behind it.

To prove my point, The Washington Post on Thursday published a lengthy story entitled in the print editions “Alarm at Russian in White House” about a Russian photographer who was allowed into the Oval Office to photograph President Trump’s meeting with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov.

The Post cited complaints from former U.S. intelligence officials who criticized the presence of the Russian photographer as “a potential security breach” because of “the danger that a listening device or other surveillance equipment could have been brought into the Oval Office while hidden in cameras or other electronics.”

May 13 08:55

MASSIVE CORPORATE CONSOLIDATION OF LOCAL NEWS UNDERWAY

In a deal that will allow one broadcasting company to reach 72 percent of U.S. households through ownership of local news stations, it was reported this week that Sinclair Broadcast Group is buying Tribune Media for nearly $4 billion.

Such a move wouldn’t have been possible a few weeks back, but Donald Trump’s new Federal Trade Commission (FCC) chairman, Ajit Pai, just began implementing sweeping changes to previously established media ownership rules. Bloomberg explains:

“A Sinclair-Tribune merger was made easier last month when the FCC restored a rule that allows TV station groups to count just half of their coverage area for Ultra High Frequency stations to comply with a 39 percent nationwide cap set by Congress.”

Reporting on the news, Democracy Now invited the president and CEO of Free Press, Craig Aaron, to comment on the significance of the purchase.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Please stay aware and conscious by reading WRH!! :-)

May 13 08:40

Wells Fargo closing 450 branches by 2019

May 13 08:36

Susan Rice Denies Senate Request To Testify In Hearing On Russian Election Interference

Susan Rice, the Obama administration official made infamous for sending dozens of requests seeking to reveal the identities of Trump’s associates, has something to hide. Citing a ‘non-bipartisan invitation’, she, via her lawyer, declined Senator Lindsey Graham’s request to testify in front a Senate judiciary subcommittee next week on Russian interference in the U.S. presidential election.

In the following video, Right Wing News looks at the case of Susan Rice, who is clearly afraid of being forced to testify under oath. How ironic, considering that her unconstitutional requests for unmasking Trump’s associates were under the justification of national security and now she is refusing to testify on Russian interference, which is a matter of national security as well. Why the hypocrisy?

May 13 08:35

ULTIMATE CRINGE! The Most Awkward Moment Caught On Video

At the May Day communist march in Austin, TX Infowars reporter Millie Weaver captures one of the most awkward moments ever caught on video. As a fight between Communist/Antifa and Trump supporters is about to breakout, a communist supporter busts out his 'oral' skills to break it up.

May 13 08:33

The White House Just Confirmed A List Of Comey's Replacements!! Look Who Made The Cut!

The roster of contenders is extensive, including some names already reported such as former Rep. Mike Rogers and former New York City Police Commissioner Ray Kelly as well as lesser-known law enforcement officials.

The list also includes several lawmakers on key law enforcement oversight panels. Rep. Trey Gowdy, R-S.C., led the congressional probe into Benghazi; Rogers is an ex-Michigan congressman who led the House Intelligence Committee and served as an FBI agent; and Senate Majority Whip John Cornyn, of Texas, sits on the Senate Intelligence Committee.

May 13 08:27

Metal detectorist rewarded with nearly £2m after unearthing Britain’s biggest Viking treasure

A metal detectorist has learned he has hit a £2m jackpot after uncovering Britain's biggest ever Viking treasure.
Derek McLennan unearthed the 10th-century collection of rare Viking artefacts in a field in Dumfries and Galloway in Scotland's south-west in 2014.

May 13 08:27

8-Year Old Muslim Girl Has Hijab Ripped Off by Substitute Teacher

An 8-year old girl allegedly had her hijab ripped off her head by a substitute teacher in her Bronx, N.Y., elementary school, the New York Post reports.

May 13 08:20

NASA delays debut launch of $23 billion moon rocket and capsul

NASA has delayed the first launch of its heavy-payload rocket until 2019 and decided against an idea floated by the White House to put astronauts aboard the capsule that is set to fly around the moon, the U.S. space agency said on Friday.

May 13 08:15

White House movie theatre to open for public

The White House will be opening its East Wing movie theatre to the public for the first time in history, the media reported.
"The White House belongs to the people of this country," First Lady Melania Trump said in a statement on Friday.

May 13 07:33

US Approves $2 Billion Missile Sale To UAE

It looks like the weapons manufacturers win again as the US approves selling weapons to a foreign military known for terrorist actions. The United Arab Emirates’s recent military decisions include violently ending democratic protests in Bahrain and participating in Saudi-led military coalition in Yemen. There have recently been massive protests against the Saudi Arabian/UAE terrorism against Yemen civilians, including using US supplied chemical weapons. The UAE participated in the terrible crimes that some call a genocide, and now they will be armed with another $2 billion dollars worth of US supplied weapons.

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