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Apr 27 22:56

FLASHBACK: Russia: Revolutionary secret warfare system tested with capability to 'switch off enemy weapons'

"It will fully suppress communications, navigation and target location and the use of high-precision weapons," said adviser to the KRET first deputy CEO Vladimir Mikheyev.

"The system will be used against cruise missiles and will suppress satellite-based radio location systems.

"It will actually switch off enemy weapons."

Apr 27 22:32

FLASHBACK:Russian Jamming System Kills All NATO Electronic Systems In Syria

Russia have deployed new electronic jamming systems that are able to blind radar, disrupt electronic guidance systems, and interfere with satellite imagery.

NATO have complained that Russia have effectively blinded their electronics in Syria, inside a bubble of 600 km in diameter.

Apr 27 22:28

Electromagnetic weapon of Russia, English subtitles

TV movie telling about Electromagnetic weapon of Russia, with English subtitles. Some ignorant and primitive thinking of Western people (sometimes even become senators or politicians) are not even aware of the existence of certain military technologies are not available for the vast majority of countries, but available for Russian army.

Apr 27 22:23

Controlling the airwaves: Russia's electronic warfare systems

Modern armed forces are equipped with systems capable of disabling enemy equipment and weaponry by attacking their electronics, and Russia’s military is no exception.

Electronic warfare (EW) systems are not at all inferior to direct impact weapons in terms of efficiency, but unlike cannons and missiles, they destroy not the enemy's manpower and equipment, but its "nervous system" – systems of control, guidance and surveillance.

Such a strike can at once deprive it of all opportunities to fight – disabling electronics, shutting down electrical wires, blinding radars, and immobilizing combat aircraft and warships.

Apr 27 21:34

The fiasco of the bombing raid on Syria

The Inhibitor!
However, the Russian army observed the shots and transmitted the coordinates of the Allied missiles to the Syrian Arab Army in real time, in order to allow the Syrians to destroy them. Besides this, when the Syrians became swamped by the number of allied missiles, the Russian army deployed its system for inhibiting the commands and controls of NATO, which paralysed most of their launchers.

The most that we know for certain is that a French plane was unable to fire one of its missiles, and was obliged to jettison it out to sea without triggering it [9], and that two French multi-mission frigates suffered a computer failure and were unable to fire their naval Cruise missiles [10] — these are symptoms that are well known by anyone who has had to face up to the Russian inhibitor weapon.


Apr 27 18:09

Bill Gates Warns 30 Million People Could Die From Flu Pandemic if We Don't Get It Together

While speaking at the Massachusetts Medical Society and the New England Journal of Medicine, Gates started ringing the alarm bells about a potential new flu that could wipe out as many as 33 million people worldwide in a matter of just six months, according to the Washington Post.

Apr 27 18:05

NASA scraps a lunar surface mission — just as it’s supposed to focus on a Moon return

NASA is pulling the plug on its only planned robotic mission to the Moon’s surface. The space agency has reportedly canceled its Resource Prospector — a small rover that was designed to excavate materials such as hydrogen, oxygen, and water from the lunar poles. The move has angered many lunar scientists, and now they’re calling on NASA’s new administrator to keep the program alive, claiming it’s a crucial mission to help return humans back to the Moon.

Apr 27 17:54

Gaza Protests: 'Three Killed, 833 Wounded' as Palestinians March on Border for Fifth Week

Three Palestinians were killed and at least 833 Palestinians were wounded Friday as thousands particiapted in the "March of Return" along the Israel-Gaza border for the fifth week in a row, according to the Palestinian Health Ministry.

Of the wounded, at least 174 of which by live Israeli fire, four were medical staff and six were journalists, reported the ministry. Two of the wounded are said to be in critical condition, six in very serious condition and 234 in moderate condition.

Apr 27 16:35

'The Syria Narrative Comes Apart' - Ron Paul With Guest Senator Richard Black

Nothing the US government tells us about Syria and the alleged chemical attack at Douma makes any sense. VA State Senator and retired US Army JAG officer Richard Black joins today's Liberty Report to draw on his experiences traveling to Syria and following the war. He does not believe what Washington is telling us and he makes a very good case for why we are being lied to.

Apr 27 15:46

‘What about the Israeli army killing unarmed Palestinian civilians?’ – Loach attacks Belgian PM

In his rebuttal at the hastily-convened press conference, Loach seemed to questioned Michel’s understanding of international law when it comes to the issue of Israel/Palestine, suggesting that the Belgian PM is conflating criticism of Israel with anti-Semitism.

The film director, a passionate supporter of Palestinian rights and frequent critic of Israeli state policies, asked: “Mr Michel is a lawyer, did he wonder about Israel’s failure to comply with international law? Has he asked the question of colonization of the Palestinian territories? Has he asked the question of unarmed Palestinian civilians killed by the Israeli army? Has he asked the question of refugees living under the protection of the United Nations? There are so many examples of Israel’s failure to respect international law.”

The Belgian PM is yet to respond to Loach.

Apr 27 15:42

Summit spoiler? US family sues Pyongyang for torturing son to death despite lack of evidence

The parents of Otto Warmbier have sued North Korea on the day the key peninsular summit, accusing the nation of torturing their son to death. Earlier medical reports said no signs of torture were found during autopsy.

Apr 27 15:36

Existing Iran deal 'not sufficient' to curb nuclear program - Merkel

German Chancellor Angela Merkel has said that the existing deal with Iran was not sufficient to curb its nuclear program, while Tehran’s influence must be contained.

“We are of the opinion that the JCPOA is the first step that has contributed to slowing down their activities in this particular respect, that also established a better verification and monitoring process. But we also think, from the German perspective, that this is not sufficient in order to see the Iranian ambitions curbed and contained,” Merkel said, adding that Tehran’s “geopolitical influence in Syria, Lebanon and Iraq” must be countered.

Apr 27 15:06

Fusion GPS' Glenn Simpson had dinner with Veselnitskaya the day before and the day after the Trump Tower meeting. Now she says she's an informant for the Russian government.

I'm sure CNN will ask Glenn Simpson and Hillary's campaign about colluding with Russians any minute now.

Apr 27 15:05

Wildlife Services Killed 1.3 Million Native Animals In 2017

Wildlife Services Killed More Than 1.3 Million Native Animals Including Wolves, Bears, Wildcats, Birds and Domestic Animals – But Why?

Apr 27 14:47

BOOM! George Soros Bankrolling CURRENT $50 Million Trump Russia Investigation - Feeding Bogus Stories To MSM

INTERESTING new details from House report released today...


Apr 27 14:20

The Crash Of 1929: "Can It Happen Again?"

Currently, we are in a situation where, according to several metrics, the stock market is the most over-valued in the history of the NYSE. The central banks, with their orthodox and unorthodox monetary policies, have fed the asset market mania for nine years now but, currently, they are in a tightening cycle. Moreover, the global economy is in a risk of a dramatic slowdown. This indicates that the main components of the crash of 1929: an over-valued stock market, a central bank tightening cycle (higher interest rates) and a slowing economy are almost all present in the US. We will thus soon know how well the history rhymes.
How False Flag Operations Are Carried Out Today

Apr 27 14:19

FLASHBACK: How North Korea Can Become Switzerland of the East

". . . . allow me to suggest a winning option for all involved. I call it the Switzerland of the East plan." ~ Scott Adams

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Apr 27 14:16

Latin Mass Priest Slaps Down "Annoying, Arrogant" Parkland "Revolutionaries" In 'Idolization of Youth" Homily

My favorite Catholic Latin mass priest hits another one out of the park. He mentions Parkland students Hogg and Gonzales by name. The homily summary states, in part, "In this crazy modern world in which we live- in these revolutionary times- everything has been turned upside down, for we are now told that the young should lead, guide, and teach the old. The immature are now expected to provide the example for the mature. The young should not listen, but rather should speak out and not be silenced, for they are now the modern voice of wisdom. But it's interesting to note that the young leading others is actually seen as a curse in the Holy Bible. The prophet Isaiah states that the good Lord would punish Israel by having the young in positions of power: And I will give children to be their princes, and weak effeminate ones shall rule over them- the young shall rise up against the old, and the dishonorable against the honorable."

Apr 27 14:12

Gold Leaving US Vaults: Signs of Upcoming Currency War and Armed Conflict

An armed conflict with Iran might be much closer than generally believed. The nuclear deal has been honored, to everyone’s satisfaction but to Washington’s chagrin. Iran undoubtedly has no military capability that would be a threat to the US. It has never been responsible for any terrorist acts committed abroad or things like that. But it has done something unforgivable in the eyes of the US. It has threatened the USD. That’s what Washington cannot accept, because if it does not support the dollar, there will be problems financing the US government’s huge federal debt. A war with Iran would eliminate the largest non-USD oil exporter. One thing leads to another. The gold repatriations are a precursor to a currency war and armed conflict. That’s what drives US foreign policy.

Apr 27 14:00

Sessions Grows Impatient With Mueller: ‘He Needs To Conclude’

Here's the clip from yesterday before Congress as Sessions breaks his silence on Mueller.


Apr 27 13:32

It’s “open season” on vaccinating pregnant women with toxic, harmful substances confirmed present in many vaccines

Everybody knows that when you’re pregnant you don’t drink coffee, smoke cigarettes or take pain medications, right? And no matter how tempting that glass of wine might look, as a conscientious mom-to-be you wouldn’t think of drinking alcohol during pregnancy. For a mother, the responsibilities of parenting start from the second she finds out she’s pregnant, and most moms take that responsibility very seriously, doing all they can to protect their babies.

Why is it, then, that mothers who are admonished not to take anything stronger than Paracetamol during pregnancy are also advised to get toxic vaccines? The Centers for Disease Control has long recommended that pregnant women be vaccinated against the flu, for example, and yet one of their own studies recently confirmed an alarming link between spontaneous miscarriages and the influenza vaccine.

Apr 27 13:22


I can't give away the punch line...


Apr 27 12:57

BOMBSHELL: Group of Wealthy Donors Paid $50 Million to Fund Trump-Russia Investigation

A group of wealthy donors from New York and California have forked out $50 million to fund a Russia investigation being conducted by Christopher Steele, Fusion GPS and a former Senate staffer for Dianne Feinstein.

Apr 27 12:52

Popular Mechanics Weighs In: What Happens to a Cruise Missile Captured by the Russians

A fate worse than death awaits military hardware recovered intact on the battlefield.

The debris shown is far from conclusive evidence, so we can't take Rudskoy's claim at face value. But for the sake of argument, let’s assume the Russians did capture significant parts of a long-range cruise missile including Tomahawks. What could its engineers do with the remains?

Reverse Engineering
Any missile fired at an enemy is, by definition, considered expendable and designed to not reveal too many secrets if it malfunctions and lands intact. But there are some pieces of hardware within a modern missile that a clever enemy could exploit.

Apr 27 12:51

GOWDY TO COMEY: Your Definition of a ‘LEAK’ is Actually a ‘FELONY’

on Tucker Carlson Tonight

Apr 27 12:49

New Study: 80% of ICOs are Scams, Only 8% Reach an Exchange

Using publicly available sources, Satis Group LLC classified initial coin offerings (ICOs) with market capitalizations of at least 50 million USD by quality, following an ICO’s evolution from white paper, fundraising, to eventual trading online. Their findings include the eye-popping claim that 80% of ICO’s are scams, and only 8% managed to trade on a exchange.

Apr 27 12:46

Waffle House shooting hero James Shaw Jr. raises $165,000 for victims

Just hours after he pried a rifle from a gunman who'd opened fire at a Waffle House in Tennessee, James Shaw Jr. launched a fundraiser to help the victims' families.

That GoFundMe campaign by Thursday afternoon had raked in just under $165,000 -- 11 times its goal -- since the attack Sunday left four people dead.

Meantime, the Antioch, Tennessee, restaurant has pledged to donate all its proceeds for the next month to the families of the deceased and living victims.
And a New York man launched an online fundraiser to benefit Shaw that had raised $175,000 from more than 5,500 donors.

Tennessee lawmakers this week also paid tribute to Shaw, 29, for his heroism and his compassion for the victims. The state General Assembly officially recognized his heroism, along with his "penchant for honesty," in a joint resolution.

Apr 27 12:46

Cuban sonic attacks: Likely winner of ‘US Lie of the Decade’

I can’t think of another story I’ve reported on which was so completely, 100% devoid of facts….

The allegations of Cuban “sonic attacks” are a complete and total joke. If you believe one iota of this scandalous insult to human honesty and decency – you are dangerously gullible.

Why are only White workers in the US and Canadian embassies reporting health problems, when Cubans act as embassy guards, janitors, etc.? Are injurious sound waves racist?

I talked to Cubans guarding the abandoned Canadian embassy: they said their health is totally fine. The US embassy is in a densely-populated area – hundreds of locals should have been impacted, but nobody has reported any problems.

Scientists of all nationalities have declared: the idea that imperceptible sonic waves can cause brain damage is against the laws of acoustic physics. Scientists are entirely too charitable when they attribute as “mass hysteria” the self-reported and unproven “physical affects”.

Apr 27 12:38

Auto Sales Forecast To Tank In April

Apr 27 12:35

Scott Adams Tells You how Kanye Showed the Way to The Golden Age. With Coffee

This is the Scott Adams video that Kanye West Tweeted. Since then, the media has attacked them both, viciously, without ever showing the video.

See also: https://www.pscp.tv/w/1nAKERyNrgvGL

Apr 27 12:03

George Washington student Senate passes divestment resolution as intimidation campaign continues

After being delayed a week because of threats to their safety, the George Washington University (GW) student Senate overwhelmingly passed a resolution to divest from nine companies known to be complicit in Israel’s violations of Palestinian human rights.

Around 1 a.m early Tuesday morning, by a vote of 18 to 6 with 6 abstentions, resolution SR-S18-21: The Protection of Palestinian Human Rights Act passed, making George Washington the second university in just a week to pass a divestment resolution. Barnard College’s student body voted in favor of a similar resolution by a record breaking margin in a campus-wide referendum on April 18.

The GW resolution, sponsored by student Senator Josh Gomez, along with Eden Vitoff, Jessica Martinez and Shaheera Jalil Albasit, calls on the university to divest from the following companies: Boeing, Lockheed Martin, Elbit Systems Ltd., Caterpillar Inc., CEMEX, General Electric, Northrop Grumman, Raytheon and Motorola Solutions, Inc.

Apr 27 12:02

A wave of mysterious murders and attacks swept through the provinces of Idlib and western Aleppo

A wave of mysterious murders and attacks swept through the provinces of Idlib and western Aleppo after the "Khayat Tahrir ash-Sham" (an organization banned in Russia) and the Islamist coalition "Jabhat Tahrir Surya" (an organization banned in Russia - prim.red.) was signed a peace agreement on the cessation of hostilities and the opening of the checkpoint for free movement.

Opposition media report on a series of the most "high-profile" cases that occurred yesterday, the victims of which were the emirs of An-Nusra (an organization banned in Russia) and the field commanders of the Syrian Liberation Front (an organization banned in Russia - Ed.).

Apr 27 11:52

Lyin’ Jim Comey | There’s No Such Thing As Deep State

Check out this little nugget from the CNN interview...


Apr 27 11:52

Explosion rocks Wisconsin refinery, injuring at least 11, forcing evacuations

An explosion rocked a refinery in northwestern Wisconsin, injuring at least 11 people Thursday, forcing the evacuation of homes, schools and a hospital, and sending a plume of noxious smoke billowing into the air. Authorities said Thursday evening that the fire has been extinguished.

Douglas County officials posted an update Thursday evening saying the fire is extinguished but asking residents in the evacuation area to stay away from their homes for at least another two hours.

Apr 27 11:49

If The Leaders Of The Two Koreas Can Meet, Why Can’t Those Of Saudi Arabia And Iran?

The Saudi-Iran standoff has some resemblances to that between the two Koreas. If the leaders of the latter two are widely recognized as being wise to meet, then it should be equally desirable for MbS to sit face to face with Rouhani.


Apr 27 11:49

Ian Bremmer: Trump Should Get a Nobel Peace Prize for Ending Korean War

This is going to send the liberal psyche into a tailspin.

This morning, the world received some welcome news: it appears the Korean War, which has been legally in effect for over half a century, will be ending. Earlier today, North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un crossed the de-militarized zone. He was the first North Korean leader to do so since hostilities broke out during the Truman Administration.

Apr 27 11:48

Mattis: Pentagon Moving Away from War on Terror to Challenges by China, Russia

The Pentagon is moving away from the war on terror, choosing instead to primarily focus on deterring “strategic competitors” China and Russia, U.S. Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis stressed while testifying before a Senate panel on Thursday.
Mattis told the Senate Armed Services Committee via written testimony:

The global situation is sobering. Russia is modernizing its full range of nuclear systems while espousing a theory of nuclear escalation in military conflict. China, too, is modernizing and expanding its already considerable nuclear forces, pursuing entirely new capabilities. China is also modernizing its conventional military forces to a degree that will challenge U.S. military superiority.

Apr 27 11:47

How Many Millions Have Been Killed in America’s Post-9/11 Wars?

For Iraq, my final estimate of about 2.4 million people killed was based on accepting the estimates of the 2006 Lancet study and the 2007 Opinion Research Business (ORB) survey, which were consistent with each other, and then applying the same ratio of actual deaths to passively reported deaths (11.5:1) as between the Lancet study and Iraq Body Count (IBC) in 2006 to IBC’s count for the years since 2007.

Apr 27 11:45

House report backs claim that FBI agents did not think Flynn lied, despite guilty plea

Among the 44 findings in the report was a line stating that “Federal Bureau of Investigation agents did not detect any deception during Flynn's interview.”

Apr 27 11:44

The Pension Crisis Is Worse Than You Think

Apr 27 11:44

South Korean President Credits Trump For Denuclearization

The leaders of North and South Korea have pledged to jointly eliminate the risk of war and work together to achieve complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula. According to Moon Jae-in's foreign minister, the South Korean president is giving much of the credit to President Trump for getting the two sides together for negotiations

Apr 27 11:37

Florida deputies have no confidence in sheriff who presided over the Parkland shooting, union says

More than 500 deputies in Florida have voted that they no longer have confidence in the sheriff who presided over the Valentine's Day shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School that killed 17 students and staff.

Apr 27 11:24

Remember Natalia Veselnitskaya, the Russian given special permission by Obama to enter the US? Turns out she's an informant for the Russian Government

The admission also comes despite testimony Veselnitskaya submitted to the Senate Judiciary Committee

Apr 27 10:50

Check-out the Betting Odds for 2018 Nobel Peace Prize Winner

Kim Jong-un / Moon Jae-in 4:6
Donald Trump (alone) 10:1

This could be a three-way.

Apr 27 10:36

No charges against West Milwaukee officers in death of a mentally ill man hit 18 times with Taser

Two West Milwaukee police officers who broke down a mentally ill man’s door and tased him in the shower 18 times before he died will not be criminally charged, Milwaukee County District Attorney John Chisholm has decided.

Apr 27 10:36

‘I thought I was going to die’: Ex-NFL player details brutal arrest

A former college football player was slammed to the ground and choked until he said he was unconscious during an arrest by Henry County police officers in a shopping center parking lot, cellphone video of the attack shows.

Apr 27 10:04

Macron’s Mission to Washington: Protect French Business Interests With Iran? Trump’s Intent to Jeopardize the Iran Nuclear Deal?

Now though, European companies like Total may see their Iranian business deals become immediately jeopardised due to Donald Trump’s clearly stated intention to either amend or withdraw from the JCPOA. Making matters more complex, Tehran has vowed that it will not accept any ex-post-facto revisions of the JCPOA, not least because according to the International Atomic Energy Agency, United Nations, Russia, China, the EU, Germany, France and Britain, Iran remains fully compliant with the original deal. The United States and “Israel” remain alone in challenging Iran’s compliance and have done so for obvious geopolitical rather than objective reasons.

Apr 27 10:04

Israel: Condemned by Their Own Words

This transcript of an Israeli General on an Israeli radio station (begins 6.52 in) defending the latest killing by Israeli army snipers of a 14 year old boy who posed no threat of any kind, is much more powerful if you just read it than any analysis I can give.

Apr 27 10:03


WASHINGTON — Direct conflict between Israeli and Iranian forces is increasingly likely in Syria as Tehran pursues a permanent military presence there, US Secretary of Defense James Mattis warned on Thursday.

Addressing a congressional panel before hosting his Israeli counterpart, Avigdor Liberman, at the Pentagon, Mattis said it was “very likely” from his perspective, “because Iran continues to do its proxy work there through Hezbollah.”

Apr 27 10:00

Prague Waiter Beaten Unconscious by Culture-Enrichers

Criminal investigators in Prague are looking for a group of seven men, apparently foreigners, who attacked a waiter in the garden of a restaurant in Vladislavova Street on Saturday evening. The man ended up in very serious condition at the Intensive Care Unit and underwent head surgery. The culprits could face up to ten years in jail for grievous bodily harm and disturbing the peace.

On their website, the police have published photos of all the assault suspects as well as video of the attack, which took place at a small square near the Quadrio shopping centre. You can find the shots at the end of this article.

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Apr 27 09:59

‘Stop bombing planet A’: Macron’s climate change speech slammed online

French President Emmanuel Macron defiantly told US Congress, Wednesday, “there is no planet B,” generally amassing gushing praise from the MSM. Others, however, took Macron to task, pointing out his alleged hypocrisy.
The statement was made as Macron addressed Congress on climate change, taking aim at Trump’s decision to pull the US out of the Paris agreement.

However, some social media users offered a more skeptical reception to the speech and were quick to draw attention to the French president’s hypocrisy.

“So stop bombing Planet A,” was the hard-hitting rebuke from one Twitter user. Earlier this month France joined the US and the UK in launching airstrikes on Syria in response to an alleged chemical weapons attack on the town of Douma. Macron said at the time he had proof that the Syrian government was responsible for the alleged attack.

Apr 27 09:58

Norwegian Businessman Alleges Entrepreneurs Get 'Pressed' to Spy on Russia

A Norwegian executive, who was arrested in Russia and expelled from the country for a decade over suspicions of espionage, has claimed that Norway's intelligence service has a habit of recruiting businessmen to become informants in Russia, which, he suggested, has a negative effect on bilateral relations.

Atle Berge, the director of the concrete manufacturer Ølen Betong, who was arrested by Russia's security service FSB and banned from the country for 10 years, has accused the Norwegian intelligence service (E-tjenesten) for corrupting his business in the neighbor country, national broadcaster NRK reported.

Berge claimed having been approached by E-tjenesten alongside fellow co-workers. Although he claimed to have declined the offer, which, by his own admission, involved "a certain pressure," he was nevertheless expelled from Russia.

Apr 27 09:58

MSBC's Joy Reid's 'experts' drop claim that the Internet Archive was hacked to make her look bad

The Joy Reid “hacking” saga has taken another weird turn.

Apr 27 09:57

China Puts 'Guam Killer' Missile Into Service Amid Ongoing Drills Near Taiwan

The Chinese Air Force has stated that the country’s fighter jets, reconnaissance planes and bombers have taken part in “combat drills” around Taiwan as part of a series of exercises “to strengthen its capacity to safeguard national sovereignty and territorial integrity.”

Speaking at a monthly press conference, Defense Ministry spokesman Wu Qian said that the Chinese military had introduced into service the DF-26 intermediate range ballistic missiles, dubbed “Guam killer” in Chinese media for its ability to attack the US naval base in the Pacific Ocean both with a conventional or nuclear weapon.

“The series of operations we are carrying out is directed against Taiwan independence forces and activities in the island. Their purpose is to prevent that the Taiwan independence forces’ plot damages the welfare of the Taiwanese people. If the independence forces continue to wantonly take rash actions, we will take further action,” Qian said.

Apr 27 09:56

Russian Missile Tech has Made America's Trillion Dollar Navy Obsolete

The ultimate inheritor of this naval imperial project is the United States, which, with the new addition of air power, and with its large aircraft carrier fleet and huge network of military bases throughout the planet, is supposedly able to impose Pax Americana on the entire world. Or, rather, was able to do so—during the brief period between the collapse of the USSR and the emergence of Russia and China as new global powers and their development of new anti-ship and antiaircraft technologies. But now this imperial project is at an end.

Apr 27 09:55

Syria, Iran and ‘Chaos in International Relations’

Even in the context of a post-truth geopolitical environment run amok, Russian President Vladimir Putin telling his Iranian counterpart Hassan Rouhani over the phone that any further Western strikes against Syria may “lead to chaos in international relations” should at least be seen for what it is; a massive understatement.

Apr 27 09:54

US Significantly Boosts Offensive Forces in EU, Preps for War With Russia

While the world's attention is riveted on Syria, the US is significantly boosting its forces in Europe. And these are not just divisions streaming in to take part in some exercises that will leave once those are over. This is a serious buildup to create a potentially offensive posture. The beefing up of the US forces is taking place amid preparations for a Russia-US summit. That’s a rather peculiar background for the event, to put it mildly!

Apr 27 09:53

Trump ‘Running Washington into a Hole’ If He Cancels Iran Deal

French President Emmanuel Macron wrapped up his three-day visit to the United States with a ominous forecast: that US President Donald Trump will rescind his country’s nuclear agreement with Iran. Radio Sputnik’s Loud & Clear was joined by Catherine Shakdam, a Middle East analyst, Thursday to talk about what the move could mean.

Macron and Trump agreed that any deal with Iran should control Iran's influence in the Middle East and and should prevent Iran from engaging in nuclear activities in the longer term, but the French leader still wasn't able to convince Trump to keep the deal, reportedly a top priority of his visit.

"My view is… that he will get rid of this deal on his own, for domestic reasons," Macron said of the Obama-era pact with the Islamic Republic that was also signed by Germany, the UK China and Russia, plus France.

Apr 27 09:53

Declassified Congressional Report: James Clapper Lied About Dossier Leaks To CNN

CLAPPER LEAKS TO TAPPER AT FAKE NEWS CNN. CNN then gaslights and propagandizes the American people for 18 months

Later He Was Hired by CNN

House panel accuses James Clapper of ‘inconsistent testimony’ in Russia probe

Apr 27 09:53

Trump Speaks of Tough Stance on Russia and Prospects of Getting Along

The announcement comes hot on the heels of the Senate report that concluded that there was no conspiracy between Trump's team and Russia. Trump praised the report as "magnificent."

Trump had announced prior to his meeting with German Chancellor Merkel in the White House, an intent to normalize relations with Russia while at the same time noting he shall keep a hardline in relations with Moscow.

"No one has ever taken such a harsh stance towards Russia as I did. Considering all this, if we manage to get along with Russia — it will be a good deal, not a bad one," Trump said.

Apr 27 09:52

US to expand role in Syria – Mattis

The United States will expand its role in Syria, Secretary of Defense James Mattis has said. The expansion comes in response to increased Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS) offensives in the region.

"Right now we are not withdrawing," Mattis told the Senate Armed Services Committee. "We are continuing the fight, we are going to expand it and bring in more regional support. This is the biggest shift we’re making right now."

In his statement, Mattis maintained that the US was not stepping in to take sides in the ongoing conflict in Syria. “No military solution is possible in the Syrian civil war,” Mattis said.

In his testimony, Mattis maintained that the US was not stepping in to take sides in the ongoing Syrian civil war. “No military solution is possible in the Syrian civil war,” Mattis said. “We continue to support a diplomatic solution as part of the UN-led peace process.”

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Except the UN has not given the US a Security Council resolution to be in Syria in the first place!

Apr 27 09:50

BREXIT THREAT: Barnier rules out bespoke deal and says EU doesn’t need London to prosper

MICHEL BARNIER has laid down his latest warning by insisting the European Union doesn’t need the United Kingdom as he travels across the remaining 27 members to discuss Brexit.

Apr 27 09:37

Outrage over college workshop teaching women how to masturbate at German university where students are required to bring along a towel, lubricant and a hand mirror

A row has broken out among students at a German university over a masturbation workshop for women.

The event is being held by a group of students at the University of Bielefeld and aims at introducing women to masturbation.

The course has a theoretical and a practical part in which various techniques will be tested with participants urged to bring along a hand mirror, towel and lubricant, Welt reported.

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College is certainly different than when I attended!!!

Apr 27 09:36

Trump faces London ban: US President is 'set to meet the Queen' at Balmoral or Windsor on his flying 24-hour visit to Britain on July 13... but will avoid the capital over fears of violent protests

Donald Trump could meet Theresa May and the Queen outside London to stop mass protests overshadowing his first visit as President.

Officials are looking at whether to stage some or all of the July 13 trip away from the capital amid fears of violent demonstrations.

Mr Trump will hold talks with Mrs May, in a boost for the special relationship, officials confirmed yesterday.

But his opponents immediately announced plans to take to the streets in protest, with tens of thousands pledging to attend events.

As a result the US President could be kept out of London. Instead, he may meet the Queen or other royals in either Scotland or Windsor – although it will not be a state visit.

Apr 27 09:32

The Republican Party, Not Trump, Is the Real Threat to American Democracy

On Thursday morning, President Donald Trump called into Fox & Friends and went on such a rant that even the show’s conservative hosts seemed startled. “You look at the corruption at the top of the FBI, it’s a disgrace,” he said. “And our Justice Department—which I try and stay away from, but at some point I won’t—our Justice Department should be looking at that kind of stuff, not the nonsense of collusion with Russia.” As if to protect Trump from further embarrassment, Brian Kilmeade cut the interview short by saying, “We’d talk to you all day but it looks like you have a million things to do.”

Apr 27 09:30

FLASHBACK - Social Security records show 6.5 million Americans are aged 112

Only 42 people are known to be that old in the entire world but the bureau does not have death records on file, leaving these numbers vulnerable to fraud

Apr 27 09:27

Father says 8th-grade teacher assigned anti-Trump homework, 'bullied' son over Fox News

An Indiana school district has issued an apology after a middle school teacher was accused of letting her disdain for President Trump and Fox News influence her teaching.
As Fox News Insider reports, Sarah Ford, an eighth-grade Spanish teacher at Blackhawk Middle School in Fort Wayne, Ind., allegedly assigned a student a report on Trump’s “many lies.”

Apr 27 09:26

American Airlines: Family Sues After 25-Year-Old Woman Falls Ill And Dies After Pilot Refused To Divert

The family of a 25-year-old woman who died after falling ill on an American Airlines flight that a pilot allegedly refused to divert to get her the medical attention she needed, has launched a wrongful death lawsuit against the airline.

Apr 27 09:25

Thomas Jefferson and the Troll Army

Mr. Thomas Jefferson speculated that if we had a well-informed populace, there would be no need for a government ---- and he was right.

The only problem is that first a populace has to be well-educated, which ours is not. Even those we consider to be educated --- doctors, lawyers, and university professors --- are very narrowly trained, and not what would be called "educated" in any former era.

I have asked hundreds of lawyers where law comes from and after four years of Law School --- they don't have a clue. That's tragic --- both from a moral and a practical standpoint. It makes them incompetent lawyers and unfeeling men.

This is not our fault. We have spent trillions of dollars on schools and education and been cheated --- as on so many other occasions --- by those who pretended to be experts. The question remains--- experts in what?

Certainly not education.

Apr 27 09:25

Green Party's Jill Stein: Russiagate Being Exploited to Repress Leftist Opposition

Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein has completed turning her campaign materials to the Senate Intelligence Committee, and warns Russiagate is being used to silent dissent.

Apr 27 09:23

Hear Trump attack the Justice Department again

President Trump attacked his Department of Justice again in an interview with Fox News.Source: CNN

Apr 27 09:23

TSB chief says the bank's IT chaos is bringing company to its knees as branch computers are now failing

The boss of TSB last night admitted the bank was on its knees after its disastrous IT upgrade as staff claimed branch computers were now seizing up.

Five days after 2million customers were left unable to bank online by the IT meltdown, workers claimed that internal software was failing too.

One employee said there was a growing backlog of uncleared cheques as customers resorted to other payment methods.

Yesterday 1million customers were still having problems with banking online as chief executive Paul Pester offered better savings rates in a bid to stop them leaving.

Apr 27 09:20


By April 27, the Syrian Arab Army (SAA), Liwa al-Quds, the Palestinian Liberation Army (PLA) and other pro-government factions captured the factories area in southern Damascus and entered the districts of al-Asali and al-Qadam amid intense fighting against ISIS terrorists.

The Syrian Air Force has carried out strikes on ISIS positions in the Yarmouk refugee camp and the district of al-Hajar al-Aswad, according to local sources.

According to the ISIS-linked news agency Amaq, ISIS killed four soldiers and an officer of the SAA in al-Qadam, Tadamon and the Yarmouk camp.

Apr 27 09:19

Sessions: Mueller probe has taken on 'life of its own'

Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Thursday defended his decision not to appoint a second special counsel to investigate alleged bias in the Justice Department, saying the current probe into Russia's election meddling has already taken "on a life of its own."

Asked by a House Appropriations panel about GOP accusations of surveillance abuse, Sessions told lawmakers that the Robert Mueller probe proved that it was a bad idea to appoint special counsels "willy-nilly."

“I do not think we need to willy-nilly appoint special counsels,” Sessions said. “As we can see, it can really take on a life of its own.”
He added that the Department of Justice (DOJ) needs to “be disciplined and stay within our classical procedure and rules” before opening further investigations.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Trump needs to fire Sessions and Mueller and appoint Larry Klayman as AG.

Apr 27 09:13

Amazon Hikes Prime to $119 per Year in U.S.

Amazon will increase the annual cost of Prime for U.S. customers to $119 per year, up 20% from $99 currently — news coming after it blew the doors off revenue and profit expectations in the first quarter.

Apr 27 09:13

EU agrees total ban on bee-harming pesticide

The European Union will ban the world’s most widely used insecticides from all fields due to the serious danger they pose to bees.

Apr 27 09:13

Were humans to blame for a massive earthquake in South Korea? 5.5 magnitude tremor that injured nearly 100 people was caused by fracking, say scientists

Humans may be to blame for the second most damaging earthquake in South Korea's history.

The quake hit the south-eastern city of Pohang on 15 November, injuring nearly 100 people, temporarily leaving 1,500 homeless, and causing millions in damage.

Two investigations have now concluded the 5.5-magnitude tremor was caused by an experimental fracking plant injecting water deep underground.

The 'alarming' results could change the way we assess the risks of fracking.

Apr 27 09:10

Homelessness crisis: Number staying in B&Bs 1,000% higher than stats released by govt, report says

Over 50,000 people are living in B&Bs with nowhere to go – dwarfing the government’s figure of about 5,000, a bleak report on homelessness has revealed. Charity Justlife is now warning thousands are “forgotten in statistics.”

Apr 27 09:06

Text Messages Released To Congress,Toxic,Order 187 Discussed

Daniel Richman the Comey memo leaker had special government clearance. FEC records show the Clinton campaign laundered 84 million dollars. The illegal immigrants have arrive at the border of Texas, the showdown begins.

Apr 27 09:06

In Explosive Interview Comey Grilled Over Memos, FBI Bias And Steele Dossier

"Jim Comey has a definition of the word 'leak' that no one else has. What he says is a leak is what the rest of us call a felony." -Trey Gowdy

James Comey Interview with Bret Baier - April 26,

Apr 27 09:02

Secret Pentagon Report Reveals Obama Admin "Created" ISIS As A "Tool" To Overthrow Syria's President Assad

The narrative and the plotline were so transparent, even Russia saw right through them

Apr 27 08:55

Bay Area Officials Appalled by Video of Rampant Drug Use at Civic Center

video showed intravenous drug users blatantly shooting up.


Apr 27 08:48

Korean leaders plan an end to war and 'complete denuclearization'

The joint statement Friday, from the border truce village of Panmunjom, concluded a historic one-day bilateral summit aimed at achieving peace between the two adversarial nations for the first time in more than sixty years.

Apr 27 08:44

More bad news for the iPhone X: Samsung warns of 'slow' demand for OLED screens used in Apple's pricey device

One of Apple's top suppliers has given rise to fresh concerns about disappointing iPhone X sales.

Samsung warned in its latest quarterly earnings report that it saw 'slow' demand for its flexible organic LED screens, which hints at less than stellar sales of the iPhone X.

Apr 27 08:42

EU agrees to BAN the world's most widely used pesticides after scientists confirm they do harm bees

European Union member states have decided on a ban on the outdoor use of 'neonicotinoid' pesticides after an assessment by the European Food Safety Authority (Efsa) confirmed in February the dangers they posed to bees.

Use of the three pesticides is already restricted in the European Union on crops such as oil seed rape, because of the concerns they have 'sub-lethal' effects such as harming the bees' ability to forage and form colonies.

Member states have now endorsed proposals by the European Commission to completely ban the outdoor uses of the three active substances, meaning they can only be used in greenhouses.

Apr 27 08:39

Trump is trying to send a US citizen to Saudi Arabia without a trial

The Trump administration is trying to ship an American citizen with alleged links to ISIS to Saudi Arabia without a trial — and without any assurances that he won’t simply be thrown into prison once he arrives on Saudi territory.

Apr 27 08:39

Lawyer Who Was Said to Have Dirt on Clinton Had Closer Ties to Kremlin Than She Let On

The Russian lawyer who met with Trump campaign officials in Trump Tower in June 2016 on the premise that she would deliver damaging information about Hillary Clinton has long insisted she is a private attorney, not a Kremlin operative trying to meddle in the presidential election.

Apr 27 08:38

‘No collusion’: Redacted US House report on Russia released, officially clears Trump

The US House Intelligence Committee has released a redacted declassified version of a report on alleged Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election, which officially clears President Trump of any collusion.

“While the Committee found no evidence that the Trump campaign colluded, coordinated, or conspired with the Russian government, the investigation did find poor judgment and ill-considered actions by the Trump and Clinton campaigns,” it said.

Apr 27 08:37

‘World must not stand by idly as Ukraine glorifies Nazism at govt level’

The West cannot stand aside as Kiev promotes neo-Nazism, turning a blind eye to radicals destroying a Roma camp or holding a painting contest to celebrate a Nazi SS division, Israeli political analyst Avigdor Eskin told RT.

The Education Department of the western Ukrainian city of Lvov announced a painting contest for teenagers to commemorate local volunteers of the 1st Galician Division, a Nazi SS fighting unit that committed atrocities against Jews and communists and pledged allegiance to Adolf Hitler. The contest leaflet called on participants to submit their works by April 20, promising prize money for the top three.

Apr 27 08:37

In ‘Tremendous’ Steps Toward Peace, North and South Korea Vow to End War and Pursue a Nuclear-Free Peninsula

In a historic meeting on Friday that sparked hope of lasting peace on the Korean Peninsula after decades of hostilities, North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in embraced at the border village of Panmunjom and agreed to work toward bringing an official end to the Korean War and fully denuclearizing the peninsula.

Apr 27 08:36

My tree is bigger than yours: North Korean leader ‘out-trees’ Trump

In a historic moment on Friday, North Korea’s Kim Jong-un and South Korea’s Moon Jae-in were spotted shoveling soil on the roots of a pine tree. The pine tree was beloved by ancient Koreans, and the leaders’ gesture was meant to represent the peace and prosperity that both countries envisage for their future. Kim and Moon proceeded to figuratively plant a tree of peace, signing a declaration that proclaimed a “new era” in relations.

Everything about the ceremony was symbolic, including the soil and water taken from both Koreas, and the fact that the pine tree was sown in 1953, the year the divided peninsula signed the armistice which ended the Korean War.

The symbolism was, however, taken to a whole new level by snarky observers that drew parallels with another tree-planting ceremony – in front of the White House on Tuesday. US President Donald Trump and his beau Emmanuel Macron planted a much smaller oak sapling – and the irony wasn’t lost on many.

Apr 27 08:34

New era, no more war: Two Koreas agree on complete denuclearization

A new era of peace is beginning, according to a declaration signed by the leaders of North and South Korea after their first meeting in over a decade. Both nations are aiming to completely denuclearize the Korean peninsula.

"South and North Korea affirmed their shared objective of achieving a nuclear-free Korean peninsula through complete denuclearization," reads the declaration signed by the leaders of the two countries, as cited by Yonhap.

“There will be no more war on the Korean peninsula, and a new age of peace has opened," the document adds.

Apr 27 08:31

Island Of Fire

As we’ve come to appreciate with each passing year, World War Two was the most evil manifestation in human history. No other conflict even comes close in matching that war for its vast and unspeakable crimes. Mass murder of surrendering soldiers, mass starvation of helpless civilians, mass rape of women and children, assembly-line style torture in the tens of thousands, uprooting and expulsion of millions to certain death, the deliberate destruction of ancient cultures--these atrocities and many more add annually to World War Two’s menu of beastly war crimes.

Apr 27 08:29

China bans journalist from buying a home due to “social credit score” system that punishes anyone who questions the state

China is taking their authoritarian government to a new level by implementing a new “social credit score” system. Under this new tyrannical system, the country’s 1.4 billion citizens can expect to be under constant surveillance — and how they “behave” on a daily basis will ultimately determine how many rights they are allowed to have. If your score drops too low, who knows what may happen next.

Apr 27 08:22

Mass Graves with 2,000 Bodies Discovered Two Decades After Rwanda Genocide

Mass graves that authorities say could contain more than 2,000 bodies have been discovered in Rwanda nearly a quarter-century after the country’s genocide, and further graves are being sought nearby.

Apr 27 08:22

Kim Jong Un jokes he’ll stop waking up South Korean president with missile tests

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un joked on Friday that he wouldn't interrupt South Korean President Moon Jae-In's sleep with missile tests anymore.

Apr 27 08:14

At historic meeting, Korean leaders eye end of war and 'complete denuclearisation'

The leaders of North and South Korea embraced on Friday after pledging to work for the "complete denuclearisation of the Korean peninsula", on a day of smiles and handshakes at the first inter-Korean summit in more than a decade.

The two Koreas announced they would work with the United States and China this year to declare an official end to the 1950s Korean War and seek an agreement to establish "permanent" and "solid" peace.

Apr 27 08:13

In Wuhan, PM Narendra Modi lists out 5 common elements for closer Indo-China relations

Thanking Chinese President Xi Jinping for a warm welcome, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday highlighted the need for India and China to work closely for the benefit of world's 40% population. He also listed out five common elements which could bind both nations closely in the times to come

Apr 27 07:56

House Intel Committee releases final findings on Russia election meddling — Trump not involved

House Intel faults Trump, Clinton campaigns in final report on Russian investigation - found "no evidence" of ties between President Trump's campaign and Russia