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Jun 29 12:45

HUGE: New York Times finally admits

that the 17-intelligence agencies Russian hacking narrative was a complete falsehood!

Jun 29 12:40

UBER’s History of Badness

Uber has been rocked by a steady stream of scandals and negative publicity in recent years, including revelations of questionable spy programs, a high-stakes technology lawsuit, claims of sexual harassment and discrimination and embarrassing leaks about executive conduct.



Jun 29 12:39

Why Congress Won’t Agree to Stop Arming Terrorists

he director of the National Security Agency under Ronald Reagan – Lt. General William Odom said in 2008:

By any measure the US has long used terrorism. In ‘78-79 the Senate was trying to pass a law against international terrorism – in every version they produced, the lawyers said the US would be in violation.

General Odom is absolutely right …

And because the U.S. itself uses terrorism, it’s very hesitant to get others in trouble for using terrorism.

And that’s why Congress is refusing to pass a bill agreeing to stop funding terrorists. Specifically, Senator Rand Paul and Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard introduced bills to whose simple name accurately describes what they want: The “Stop Arming Terrorists Act”.

But neither bill looks like it has any chance of being passed right now:
The House bill has only 14 co-sponsors, and was given a mere 6% chance of passing by Skopos Labs.

The Senate bill has NO co-sponsors, and was given a measly 3% chance of passing by.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

THAT ...is officially horrible!

Jun 29 12:31

Maria Bartiromo Gets into Heated Debate with John Podesta Over His Ties to Russia



Jun 29 12:31

Trump’s Chaos is Covering for Stealth Escalation Overseas

The escalation directly contradicts Trump’s stances during the election campaign. Back then, he indicated his skepticism of regime change, claiming — falsely — that he had opposed the Iraq invasion and denouncing the intervention in Libya. He indicated that he saw no reason to take sides in the Syrian civil war, suggesting that perhaps the United States could join with Syria and its ally Russia to take out the Islamic State. He promised he would “bomb the s--- out of ISIS” but would not get bogged down in the Middle East. This stance appealed strongly to voters weary of war and looking for a leader who would focus on our challenges here at home. That promise has now clearly been trashed.

Jun 29 12:28

South Korea Leader Reverses Stance, Now Backs Trump Against North Korea

Arriving in the US on his first visit since his recent election, South Korea Moon Jae-in gave a talk at the Marine Corps base in Quantico, Virginia, dramatically reversing his previously stated position on North Korea diplomacy, and insisting that he now backs President Trump’s policy.

South Korea President Moon Jae-in
Moon has campaigned on a return to the Sunshine Policy of diplomacy with North Korea, trying to find common ground and reduce tensions. He also said that he thought it was important that South Korean leaders learn to say no to the United States.

Now, however, Moon insists he will stand united with President Trump on demanding the dismantlement of North Korea’s nuclear program, expressing hope it would eventually lead to peace across Northeast Asia.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

WOW, that turnabout on Moon's part is giving me intellectual whiplash!!

I have to wonder; what in the world changed his mind so completely as to be thinking in this direction?!? (Or... did it "get changed" for him, with either various threats, or promises, from the US government?!?)

Jun 29 12:24

Dispatch From the Middle East: U.S. Buildup All About Iran ,Requiring an American wedge between Syria and Iraq.

So what’s with the continued U.S. presence in al-Tanaf, an area where there is no ISIS presence and where the Syrian army and its allies have been making huge progress against their militant Islamist opponents?

Since regime-change plans fell flat in Syria, Beltway hawks have been advocating for the partitioning of Syria into at least three zones of influence – a buffer zone for Israel and Jordan in the south, a pro-U.S. Kurdish entity along the north and north-east, and control over the Syrian-Iraqi border.

Since regime-change plans fell flat in Syria, Beltway hawks have been advocating for the partitioning of Syria into at least three zones of influence – a buffer zone for Israel and Jordan in the south, a pro-U.S. Kurdish entity along the north and north-east, and control over the Syrian-Iraqi border.

Jun 29 12:21

European Refugee Crisis Was Created in an Undemocratic Manner

The very issue of the European Refugee Crisis highlights the entire problem with the European Union. There is no democratic union whatsoever. The issue of accepting refugees was a unilateral decision by Merkel alone. It was never put to vote in Europe. Once the migration turned to a full blown crisis, Merkel then insisted that all member state had to accept their share.

Jun 29 12:05

The Great Democrat Con

The Democratic party has run the most amazing con job in political history. For the longest time it has convinced the American public that it is the party that works for the benefit of the working class while painting the Republicans as evil tools of corporate greed.

Jun 29 11:55

Corbyn To Demand Queen’s Speech Amendments On Pay Cap, Emergency Service Cuts

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has tabled amendments to the Conservative government’s Queen’s Speech, demanding an end to the public sector pay cap and budget cuts to emergency services.

“You can’t have safety and security on the cheap,” Corbyn said ahead of the final vote on the Queen’s Speech, the government’s program for the two-year parliamentary session.

Jun 29 11:43

Ohio To Resume Executions After Court Rules Risk Of Inmates’ Pain ‘Acceptable’

A federal appeals court has ruled in Ohio’s favor as the state tries to resume executing inmates using lethal injections. Any potential risk of pain from the procedure is “acceptable,” the court said.

Jun 29 11:43

Video: ‘Unique People’: Putin Recalls KGB Times, Wishes Deep-Cover Agents Prosperity

In a Saturday interview with TV presenter Sergei Brilev in Moscow, Russian President Vladimir Putin said that his work in the Soviet Committee for State Securit.

Jun 29 11:37

1,000,000 million+ views --- #1 on trending

Van Jones caught on hidden cam, says #CNN Russia story

" a big #NothingBurger."



Jun 29 11:36

Vice President Mike Pence’s Chief of Staff Josh Pitcock Resigns, Will Be Replaced

Vice President Mike Pence’s Chief of Staff Josh Pitcock has officially resigned from his position. A former Pence aide is expected to take his place.

It is being described as a voluntary departure. Pitcock worked for Pence for 12 years and will be replaced by Nick Ayers, a Republican operative from Georgia. Ayers also served as Pence’s chief political strategist during the presidential campaign.

Jun 29 11:33

3 more Lakewood, New Jersey couples charged with welfare fraud

Seven married couples from the same New Jersey shore town, including a rabbi and his wife, now face charges that they misrepresented their income to get a combined $2 million in public welfare benefits to which they were not entitled.

Three couples were arrested late Tuesday in Lakewood after four couples, including Rabbi Zalmen Sorotzkin, of Congregation Lutzk, and his wife, Tzipporah, were arrested Monday.

Jun 29 11:32

Man who claimed to have escaped Auschwitz admits he lied for years

A Pennsylvania man who claimed for years to have escaped from Auschwitz, met track and field star Jesse Owens and Nazi doctor Josef Mengele, confessed on Friday that he had fabricated the entire story.

“I am writing today to apologize publicly for harm caused to anyone because of my inserting myself into the descriptions of life in Auschwitz,” Joseph Hirt, 86, wrote in a letter sent to his local paper, LNP, this week. “I was not a prisoner there. I did not intend to lessen or overshadow the events which truly happened there by falsely claiming to have been personally involved.”

“I was wrong. I ask forgiveness,” he added. “I determined at that moment to do everything in my power to prevent the loss of the truth about wartime life (and death) at Auschwitz.”



Jun 29 11:32

The British Government’s War on Human Rights

Theresa May cannot be trusted with our national security. Her ineptitude was evident in her speech following the London Bridge attack, which came across as a campaign speech.

Jun 29 11:31

May Survives First Test

Theresa May today survived her first parliamentary test since the election when a Labour bid to sabotage the Queen’s Speech was voted down in the Commons.

Jun 29 11:30

Elon Musk has officially started digging a tunnel under Los Angeles

Musk's ultimate goal is to relieve congestion by building as many as 30 layers of tunnels

Jun 29 11:27

'EU is fading away' Bosnian Serb leader uses Brexit to pour scorn on Brussels bigwigs

THE European Union is "fading away" with countries such as Russia and China replacing the bloc as key players on the international stage, according to firebrand Bosnian Serb leader Milorad Dodik.



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Jun 29 11:26

'It's RIPPED the EU apart!' Moment Merkel is attacked by her own ministers on Greece debt

The Social Democrat Thomas Oppermann, 63, has launched an attack on the German Chancellor saying that her policy regarding the bailout money for Greece has divided Europe.

Speaking in the Bundestag, he said: "The Chancellor rightly honoured [former Chancellor] Helmut Kohl. But not a cent for Greece - Mrs Merkel, that would never have been Helmut Kohl's motto, he would never have allowed the Greek crisis to push the European Union apart."

Jun 29 11:26

Macron's Donbass peace plan and Assad no longer the 'bad guy'

Western capitals are reshaping their agenda on Syria. Recent statements by prominent politicians and top brass show that Syrian President Bashar Assad is currently off the radar as the main villain, Nezavisimaya Gazeta writes. Ryan Dillon, a spokesman for the US-led coalition, said Washington has nothing against Damascus, if it puts up an efficient and coordinated fight against the Islamic State (terror group, outlawed in Russia).

Jun 29 11:24

Pope’s finance minister charged with child sex abuse offences, police confirm

Cardinal George Pell, 76 has been under investigation in his homeland since last year following allegations of sexual abuse.

Police sources confirmed the charges relate to “historical” allegations made by more than one person.

Victoria police’s deputy commissioner Shane Patton said: “Cardinal Pell is facing multiple charges and there are multiple complainants.”

Jun 29 11:24

Rubber bullets, tear gas & water cannons: Police clash with anti-govt protesters in Argentina



Jun 29 11:23

Open Season: Ordinary Czechs Get Right to Shoot Terrorists on Sight

The Czech parliament has approved a constitutional amendment on security that allows ordinary citizens to take up arms against terrorists.

On Wednesday, 139 of the 168-member Chamber of Deputies voted for the amendment, which was proposed by Interior Minister Milan Chovanec of the Czech Social Democratic Party (?SSD), in response to an EU directive on firearms that was adopted earlier this year.

Jun 29 11:23

Intel report: Kremlin sees US urging regime change in Russia

Kremlin leaders are convinced America is intent on regime change in Russia, a fear that is feeding rising tension and military competition between the former Cold War foes, the Pentagon’s intelligence arm has assessed.

The unclassified report by the Defense Intelligence Agency, which will be publicly released later Wednesday, portrays Russia as increasingly wary of the United States. It cites Moscow’s “deep and abiding distrust of U.S. efforts to promote democracy around the world and what it perceives as a U.S. campaign to impose a single set of global values.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Don't you just love that phrase, "promote democracy around the world!"

The fact is that in all the US interventions, democracy has never happened. It's always a puppet ruler acting as a dictator, such as Pinochet, the Shah, Poroshenko, etc. There may be sham elections to have a facade of democracy, but it is never real.

Jun 29 11:20

Slate: Women Won’t Be Equal Until They Murder and Rape More People, LGBT Conservatives are ‘Villains’

Slate’s Christina Cauterucci claimed women won’t be equal until they murder more people before branding LGBT conservatives “queer villains” in an article Wednesday.

“These men are more than just bad actors on the national stage: They seek influence and use it for evil means, then show no remorse,” wrote Cauterucci about gay conservatives in her article, Queer Villains Remind Us That Gay Does Not Always Equal Good. “They are comic book–level villains. And they also happen to be two of the most visible gay men in America.”

Cauterucci then claimed in her article that women won’t be equal until they start murdering and raping more people.

Jun 29 11:20

Wolf Blitzer: ‘Potentially Very Dangerous’ for Trump to Call the Media an Enemy of the People

Wednesday on CNN’s “The Situation Room,” host Wolf Blitzer asked White House Correspondents’ Association president Jeff Mason if he has discussed the “potentially very dangerous” issue of President Donald Trump calling the media “enemies” of the American people with the White House communications team.


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Jun 29 11:15

Mattis: Syria Fight Will Only Get More Complicated After Raqqa Is Captured

While US officials have for months been presenting the invasion of Raqqa as the end-all, be-all battle against ISIS, they’ve also been preparing the public for the idea of attacking the “next ISIS capital,” and so on. Secretary of Defense James Mattis was even more direct, predicting that the situation would be even more complex after the fall of Raqqa.

“You have to play this thing very carefully,” Mattis insisted, saying it would become harder and harder to keep the various factions fighting against ISIS from getting into “incidents” against one another, while talking of continued support for the Kurdish YPG.

The “incidents” in question have mostly been US warplanes attacking Shi’ite militias, and shooting down the occasional warplane or drone aligned with the Syrian government. Though the US has claimed they “welcome” Syrian offensives against ISIS, they’ve continued to attack them every time they get close.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Sec Def Mattis, a word, please: Russia's Sergei Ryabkovhas warned that any further US incursion military into the sovereign nation of Syria will have ...consequences.

Russia warns US its fighter jets are now potential target in Syria

I would like to politely point out that Russia has been invited by the Syrian government and military to get rid of the jihadists; military from the Unhinged, Surveilled State of America have not been invited to do so.

What the US government has done here, no matter the cloddishly clumsy spin about "fighting ISIS", has been to invade a sovereign country on a horrifically flimsy pretext, in order to attempt regime change in Damascus.

And yesterday, the US Ambassador to the UN made the following, breathtaking statement at the UN:

US envoy Nikki Haley: No place for Assad in post-ISIS Syria

Sir, what can that statement possibly mean except as a neon-orange, brightly blinking light, telegraphing that the US government is planning to create regime change in Damascus, coming close on the heels of ousting ISIS in Raqqa?!?

IS a war with Russia over Syria really worth it, in the larger scheme of things?!?

Jun 29 11:12

Debbie Wasserman Schultz challenger: Probe Seth Rich murder

I know millions of people ... just want to know what happened in this investigation'

Jun 29 11:11

Aspartame & MSG Banned From Italian Restaurants

Italy is considered the healthiest country in the world. Aspartame has been banned from Italian restaurants, illegal even to own it. A friend, Brenda Cassini, once told me it was a saying in Italy," if you want to get embalmed go to America."



Jun 29 11:11

Cyber attack hits property arm of French bank BNP Paribas

A global cyber attack has hit the property arm of France's biggest bank BNP Paribas (BNPP.PA), one of the largest financial institutions known to be affected by an extortion campaign that started in Russia and Ukraine before spreading.

The worldwide attack has disrupted computers at Russia's biggest oil company, Ukrainian banks and multinational firms with a virus similar to the ransomware that infected more than 300,000 computers last month.

The attack hit BNP's Real Estate subsidiary, a BNP Paribas spokeswoman told Reuters, after a person familiar with the matter had said that some staff computers were blocked on Tuesday due to the incident.

"The necessary measures have been taken to rapidly contain the attack," she said.

Jun 29 11:10

The fall of Detroit

Detroit has obvious financial problems caused by the loss of the auto industry. But the city has another problem... Decades of systemic political corruption.

Jun 29 11:10

Partial Skull Fossils Found In China Could Be A New Species -‘A Kind Of Unknown Or New Archaic Human’, Researcher Says

Two partial archaic human skulls, from the Lingjing site, Xuchang, central China, provide a new window into the biology and populations patterns of the immediate predecessors of modern humans in eastern Eurasia.

The study of these skull fragments found in China shows that the ancestors of modern humans had features that resembled Neanderthals.


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Jun 29 11:09

REVEALED: The REAL reason Angela Merkel is backing Emmanuel Macron's eurozone reform plans

Mr Macron’s calls for a eurozone finance minister and separate budget have been well received by European Union leaders but Mrs Merkel has been vague in her support and has yet to indicated what she would expect in return.

But behind the scenes the haggling is already well underway and control of the ECB is top of Berlin’s wish list.

Jun 29 11:08

'Despicable shame!' Donald Tusk berated for using citizens as 'pawns' in Brexit talks

The Tory MP criticised the President of the European Council for using EU citizens in the UK and British citizens in European Union member states as “pawns”.

Theresa May told EU member states at an EU summit in Brussels last week, all Europeans who have lived in Britain for five years offered 'settled status.'

Mr Evans raged at Mr Tusk after he suggested that the offer from the Prime Minister was not good enough.

Jun 29 11:06

Saudi Arabia and the UAE: Boycotting Qatar and embracing Israel

For no convincing reason, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates are now willing to instate against Doha the same kind of boycott used in the past by Arab states against Israel, while seeking to fully normalise ties with Tel Aviv despite its ongoing occupation of an Arab nation and the brutal repression of the Palestinian people.

Jun 29 10:42

The World Is Being Distracted On Purpose, Here's Why

Obamacare lost another co-op. Project Veritas releases part 2 and Van Jones says the Russian thing is a nothing burger. The corporate media is trying to cover for Obama saying that his Russian intel came from different countries.

Jun 29 10:39

Facebook Censorship Removing 66,000 Posts Per Week (Video)

How do you censor free speech in America? Simple, just rebrand it as hate speech! This is a tactic the left has been using with great success recently, from college campuses to YouTube. Anyone who questions this will be met with the same old refrain “hate speech is not protected speech” and “the First Amendment only covers government censorship”. And now Facebook has just upped its censorship game.

In the following video, Today’s Yellow Snow (formerly Right Wing News) looks at a report that Facebook has been deleting about 66,000 posts a week. Of course, Facebook notes that while “it can feel like censorship”, they are only cracking down on hate speech. Sound familiar? Wonder how much of the ‘hate speech’ that Facebook is deleting is simply factual stuff that ‘triggers’ sensitive snowflakes.



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Jun 29 10:39

Japan’s Yakuza Wants To Go Legit With ‘Private Army’ Business

The Japanese underworld is planning to branch out and provide bodyguards and security personnel for legitimate businesses in Southeast Asia, Japan’s Flash Magazine reported citing the leader of a yakuza group.

Jun 29 10:39

Palestinian Authority could ‘change status of Gaza’ with profound implications for the region

Rumours are swirling in the Palestinian Territories that Palestinian Authority (PA) President Mahmoud Abbas is considering declaring the Gaza Strip a “rebel district”, a move which could cause even greater hardship for the coastal enclave’s two million inhabitants.

Jun 29 10:34

Thank Jeremy Corbyn, not Theresa May, for the Conservatives’ latest U-turn

When Philip Hammond urged Theresa May to call a snap election, he is said by ministers to have argued that the hit to the economy and living standards from Brexit would make it very hard for the Conservatives to win the next election due in 2020.



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Jun 29 10:33

Global Cyberattack Spreads from Europe to America, Affecting Energy and Shipping

A new and highly virulent outbreak of data-scrambling software caused disruption across the world Tuesday. Following a similar attack in May , the fresh assault paralyzed some hospitals, government offices and major multinational corporations in a dramatic demonstration of how easily malicious programs can bring daily life to a halt.

Jun 29 10:30

Resveratrol compound in grapes found to kill cancer stem cells

The answer to preventing colon cancer could be literally dangling in front of you. That is, if you’re in a vineyard. Scientists have recently discovered that grapes could hold the answer to killing colon cancer stem cells.

Researchers from the Penn State Hershey Cancer Institute have found a potential cure for colon cancer. They discovered that the compounds found in grapes — resveratrol — could be effective in treating colon cancer, according to Jairam K.P. Vanamala, associate professor of food sciences at Penn State. “The combination of resveratrol and grape seed extract is very effective at killing colon cancer cells. And what we’re learning is that combination of these compounds is not toxic to healthy cells.”

Jun 29 10:27

Obama accidentally exposes Russia HOAX: “No serious person” believes the Russians could “rig America’s elections”

In a now-infamous talk dubbed the “stop whining” speech, Obama mocked Donald Trump for suggesting that the election was being rigged in favor of Hillary Clinton. In response, Obama told Trump that rigging the presidential election in America was impossible and that Trump should “stop whining” and “go try to make his case to get votes.”

That’s exactly what Donald Trump did, of course. He made his case to the voters, and they elected him President. That’s when Obama, Clinton and the entire Left-wing fake news machine reversed the script and dredged up their baseless, evidence-free assertions that Trump had somehow colluded with the Russians to “steal the election.”

Jun 29 10:22

US senators seek to bar Pentagon from using Kaspersky software, as FBI questions employees

Kaspersky Lab has slammed allegations of its ties with the Russian government, saying that it is unacceptable “when false and unfounded accusations, which are not supported by any facts, are laid against the company,” Interfax reports, citing the company. It also stated that it is ready to disclose its activities to any government agencies, as its will only prove that it is unbiased.

The cybersecurity firm has already insisted on having “no ties to any government,” according to a statement issued in May.

“For 20 years, Kaspersky Lab has been focused on protecting people and organizations from cyber threats, and its headquarters’ location doesn’t change that mission – just as a US-based cybersecurity company doesn’t allow access or send any sensitive data from its products to the U.S. government,” the statement reads.

Jun 29 10:17

‘US info campaign against Syria is intervention warning sign’ – Russian Foreign Ministry

The US information campaign on Syria is a warning sign that an American-led intervention may be in the works, Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said.

"The campaign, which was started by the US and is being backed by London and Paris, on the alleged chemical attack that is claimed to be prepared by Damascus, is not original, it's a textbook script, which has already been used in several countries in the region," Zakharova said.

Jun 29 10:15

Donald Trump No Longer Wants to 'Stay Out' of Syria

His interventionism is a betrayal of all who supported him due to his claim that the U.S. “gets nothing” from the conflict and should “stay out.”

Jun 29 10:14

Syrian General Reveals Possible 'Israeli Plan' in Syria

On Sunday, the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) attacked Syrian Army positions and an ammunition truck "in response to several Syrian projectiles" launched from Syrian territory. Earlier in the day, the IDF reported that several projectiles launched from the Syrian side fell in the Israeli-controlled part of the Golan Heights, causing no injuries.

A source told Sputnik that the Syrian forces were repelling a massive al-Nusra Front terrorist attack in the Golan Heights when they were struck by the Israeli Air Force in the area. According to Al Mayadeen channel, at least two Syrian soldiers were killed in the airstrike.

Jun 29 10:14

Lawmaker questions gas attack evidence

Jun 29 10:12

Ransomware in disguise: Experts say Petya out to destroy not ransom

Security experts have said the Petya malware is out to irrecoverably wipe information, not hold to it to ransom.

Jun 29 10:10

'Their fictitious state has fallen': Iraq declares end of Islamic State caliphate

After eight months of grinding urban warfare, Iraqi government troops on Thursday captured the ruined mosque at the heart of Islamic State's de facto capital Mosul, and the prime minister declared the group's self-styled caliphate at an end.

Iraqi authorities expect the long battle for Mosul to end in coming days as remaining Islamic State fighters are bottled up in just a handful of neighbourhoods of the Old City.

Jun 29 10:10

Game over for ISIS; Iraq declares end of 'caliphate'

Iraqi government troops on Thursday captured the mosque in Mosul from where ISIS proclaimed its self-styled caliphate three years ago, the Iraqi military said.

Jun 29 10:09

Ely canoe outfitter shut down by IRS

Ely's oldest operating canoe-outfitting business has been shut down by the Internal Revenue Service for nonpayment of taxes, with equipment and canoes apparently seized by the government.

Jun 29 10:08

US Says Its Ships, Aircraft Ready to Strike Syria

The US military has ships and aircraft in place to strike Syria if ordered to do so by President Donald Trump, several American defense officials said.

Jun 29 10:08

Ray McGovern on the latest Trump-Russia hoax in the Washington Post

Ray McGovern, former chief of the CIA’s Soviet analysts division, explains why he is far from impressed by CIA/Washington Post‘s latest claims about the Trump-Russia election interference/collusion story.

Jun 29 10:08

Ron Paul: Trump is Just Like CNN, Putting Out His Own False News to Start War in Syria

In a peculiar move, the White House announced Monday evening a chemical weapons attack in Syria will be carried out soon by the regime of Bashar al-Assad against civilians — the second government-launched attack on his own people in the past few months — and that the U.S. would pulverize Syrian forces as retribution.

If, that is, gargantuan holes in logic suit your fancy — because nearly every facet of the above ‘facts’ touted by the corporate press and White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer depart so far from the truth as to be farcically unrecognizable.

Spicer tweeted.......,

Jun 29 10:06

WTF: San Francisco pays illegal immigrant $190k for violating its own sanctuary city policy

This is insane.

Ordered deported in 2005, DUI conviction in 2012 and is about to get paid nearly $200K!!

Jun 29 10:05

Syria Condemns, Rejects US Allegations on 'Impending Chemical Attack'

Syria denied as “misleading, false and baseless” the US allegations about Syria’s intention to launch a chemical attack.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

We already know that.

Jun 29 10:05

Syrian Army on Threshold of great Victory against Terrorists along Aleppo-Hama Highway

The Syrian Army troops' advances against ISIL South-East of Aleppo province have paved the ground for the pro-government forces' great military achievements along the road that connects Aleppo to Hama province, well-placed army sources said Wednesday.

Jun 29 10:02

Exclusive: Seymour Hersh Dishes on New Exposé Upending the Official Story About Trump and Syrian Chemical Attacks

This weekend, Hersh reported that the alleged chemical attack in Idlib, Syria, this March was not perpetrated by the Syrian military, as the Trump administration has claimed. Relying on a high-level adviser to the CIA and the Defense Intelligence Agency as his source, Hersh punched holes in the official narrative of the chemical attack, reporting that the Syrian bombing had actually targeted a high-level jihadi meeting with conventional munitions and warned the U.S. government of the strike beforehand, using a deconfliction channel. The strike hit a facility that may have contained chemicals such as chlorine and fertilizer that would have produced a cloud as well as neurological symptoms in victims that could be mistaken for sarin.

Jun 29 09:58

TOP CAR COMPANY JUST WENT ALL IN ON TRUMP... SHOCKING NEW OPERATION FOR AMERICA

Trump won the presidency based largely on his pledge to “Make America Great Again” — and now one of the nation’s one-time enemies is stepping up to make that happen.

Jun 29 09:58

Toxicity warning: ‘Metal on metal’ hip replacement patients recalled for X-rays

There have been concerns in the past over the devices - with a limited number of patients previously being recalled for tests. But now the issue could be even more serious than first believed.

Now experts have said people could be at risk of muscle or bone damage - and even blood poisoning.

Jun 29 09:53

Demand for Russian Warships Skyrockets Amid Syria Campaign

International demand for Russian warships has been picking up since the start of Russia’s military operation in Syria, President Putin’s adviser on military-technical cooperation with foreign countries, Vladimir Kozhin, told reporters on Monday.

“Everyone sees the great job our ships are doing there. Our ships are in high demand, especially frigates and corvettes,” Kozhin said, when asked how the impact Russia’s operation in Syria has had on the export of Russian naval ships.

“We have also seen an uptick in foreign demand for our high-speed boats, coastal defense systems and small boats equipped with drones,” Vladimir Kozhin added.

"The Russian Navy's Admiral Essen, Admiral Grigorovich frigates and Krasnodar submarine launched six Kalibr cruise missiles from the eastern part of the Mediterranean Sea on Daesh terrorist group targets in Syria," the ministry said in a statement.

The statement noted that the Krasnodat submarine carried out a submerged launch of the missiles.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I can certainly understand; these ships and weapons actually do what they are supposed to do, unlike the US military's F-35, or interceptor missile, which at the moment, are both epic fails.

Jun 29 09:49

'Ridiculous hubris' Brussels wants to retain INDEFINITE right to fine Britain AFTER Brexit

BRUSSELS wants to retain the indefinite right to bring legal cases against Britain and fine it for breaches of European Union law even after it has left the bloc, it emerged tonight.

Eurocrats dropped a Brexit bombshell on Theresa May as they published a list of extensive demands which would see the European Court of Justice (ECJ) and the EU Commission retain their stranglehold on the UK long after our departure.

The dynamite revelations were buried deep in a series of positioning papers published by Michel Barnier’s team this evening and are likely to be ferociously opposed by British negotiators.

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