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July 9, 2019

Jul 09 09:40

Greenblatt: US to reopen PLO office if talks with Israel resume

US Special Representative for International Negotiations, Jason Greenblatt, has said that the White House is to reopen the PLO’s office in Washington if Israeli-Palestinian talks resume.

In an interview with the Palestinian daily Al-Ayyam published yesterday, he said: “The PLO office in Washington can be reopened once negotiations are resumed.”

“The PLO office could have been kept open if it was involved in a peace process,” he said, noted that it was closed “because President Abbas threatened Israel with going to the ICC.”

Regarding the closure of the consulate in Jerusalem, he said: “We have a responsibility to American taxpayers. If we have a diplomatic mission in Jerusalem because we have now recognised that Jerusalem is the capital of Israel, the presence of two diplomatic missions in Jerusalem is a waste of money from taxpayers.”

Jul 09 09:40

Kamala Harris supports segregation by supporting Israel

Harris was moving when she talked about how as a child, “my sister and I had to deal with the neighbor who told us her parents [said she] couldn’t play with us because we were Black.” She recounted that as a little girl, she was a member of only the second racially integrated class in her public school.

She touted her record fighting for civil rights as attorney general of California and defended the Voting Rights Act and the Civil Rights Act, and called for passing an Equality Act.

But whatever her record in the US, Harris’ support for freedom, civil rights and equality does not extend to one group of people systematically and violently denied them: Palestinians.

Jul 09 09:40

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Jul 09 09:39

The Son of a Prominent South Korean Defector Has Also Defected to North Korea, State Media Reports

The son of the highest-profile South Korean to defect to North Korea has arrived in the North to permanently resettle, North Korean state media said. If confirmed, it would be an unusual case of a South Korean defecting to the impoverished, authoritarian North.

The state-run Uriminzokkiri website reported that Choe In-guk, about 72, arrived in Pyongyang, North Korea’s capital, on Saturday to dedicate the rest of his life to Korean unification at the guidance of leader Kim Jong Un. The website published photos and a video showing a bespectacled Choe in a beret reading his arrival statement at Pyongyang’s airport.



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Jul 09 09:38

Cruise passengers get a white-knuckle ride as massive breakers batter and threaten to capsize their sailing boat off Hawaii

Passengers of a boat had the shock of their lives as their boat battled through rough conditions, almost capsizing.

The footage, taken in Honolulu, Hawaii, shows the charter chip being carried by a big wave while making its way back to dock after a sunset cruise.

A witness who saw the scene unfold said: '[The captain] was coming into the channel to dock the boat, right when the biggest set of the day came.'

Jul 09 09:37

How Israeli influence is squashing free speech in Germany

The Bank for Social Economy is considered a relatively progressive bank in Germany because its customers are mostly civil society organisations.

Yet, when it comes to denying Palestinians the right to boycott the Israeli occupation and colonialism, I believe the bank violated the German constitution, by silencing a Jewish organisation that does solidarity work with Palestinian groups in Germany.

Last month, the bank closed the account of Jewish Voice for a Just Peace in the Middle East, a Jewish solidarity organisation in Germany that won the 2019 Gottingen Peace Prize.

Jul 09 09:36

Ocasio-Cortez Gets Smacked By Meteorologist Over ‘Climate Crisis’ Claims

A prominent meteorologist once again threw water on wild claims being made by democratic socialist Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), who claimed without evidence that a flood in Washington, D.C., was the result of "the climate crisis."


Jul 09 09:35

Voices from Syria’s Rukban Refugee Camp Belie Corporate Media Reporting

Eva Bartlett visited refugees in Syria escaping the horrid conditions in the Rukban Refugee Camp, a desolate outpost in the US administered deconfliction zone. What she found was very different than the ‘reality’ depicted by the Western press.

Jul 09 09:35

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Jul 09 09:34

Bolton Demands Iran Abandon Non-Existent Nuclear Arms Program

US officials are continuing to express demands that Iran get rid of its nuclear weapons program. This is a long-standing demand, and Iran is well aware of it. The problem is Iran doesn’t have such a program, and has repeatedly disavowed ever having a program in the future.

They might as well not bother to have spent the last 16 years disavowing arms, with hawkish John Bolton clearly acting like it never happened, saying the US is determined to “increase the pressure on the Iranian regime until it abandons its nuclear weapons program.”

Iran’s Maj. Gen. Hossein Salami reiterated on Monday that Iran will never pursue a nuclear weapon, and that the whole world knows that. The general asked why the world keeps sanctions Iran over the nuclear issue when it clearly isn’t a real issue.


Jul 09 09:33

House Rules Committee to Consider Amendment to Defund Yemen War

The House Rules Committee is planning a Tuesday afternoon session to consider Amendment 339. The amendment is intended to be part of the annual military spending bill, the NDAA, and would forbid all funding for US involvement in the Saudi War in Yemen.

The House already voted to end US involvement in the Yemen War under the War Powers Act, but this was vetoed by President Trump. The Senate has a similar version of the defunding amendment in their version, and the military spending bill would be hard for Trump to veto.

The Yemen War was never authorized by Congress, and Congress’ order to stop the war was vetoed, so this amendment is the next logical step, using the power of the purse to curb the war.

Jul 09 09:32

Frog-Marching Trump Toward War on Iran

Hypocrisy seems to have become a defining characteristic of US foreign policy, especially when it comes to Iran. After breaking the Iran deal last year and, de facto, forcing the Europeans to violate the deal in May, the US Administration is now complaining that Iran is no longer abiding by its obligations under the deal!

It’s remarkable to see Secretary of State Mike Pompeo take to Twitter to complain of Iran enriching uranium to pre-deal levels, as if somehow the US believes it can still dictate the terms of a deal to which it is no longer a party.

Jul 09 09:32

Media Falsely Portrays Iran’s Nuclear Deal Breach As Dash To Bomb

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)—the UN nuclear watchdog tasked with vigorously monitoring Iran’s nuclear program under the 2015 accord—confirmed this week that Iran exceeded the limit on its supply of low-enriched uranium (LEU). Unfortunately, with a few notable exceptions, reporting from many in the media on this development wasn’t great. Reporters and commentators portrayed Iran, not Donald Trump, as the primary provocateur, with many going so far as to claim, without any evidence whatsoever, that Iran is now racing to build a nuclear weapon.


Jul 09 09:31

CrowdStrikeOut: Mueller’s Own Report Undercuts Its Core Russia-Meddling Claims

While the 448-page Mueller report found no conspiracy between Donald Trump's campaign and Russia, it offered voluminous details to support the sweeping conclusion that the Kremlin worked to secure Trump's victory. The report claims that the interference operation occurred "principally" on two fronts: Russian military intelligence officers hacked and leaked embarrassing Democratic Party documents, and a government-linked troll farm orchestrated a sophisticated and far-reaching social media campaign that denigrated Hillary Clinton and promoted Trump.

But a close examination of the report shows that none of those headline assertions are supported by the report’s evidence or other publicly available sources. They are further undercut by investigative shortcomings and the conflicts of interest of key players involved:

Jul 09 09:30

Spying for Israel Is Consequence Free

Back in the spring I wrote about coming across the name Arnon Milchan by chance on a movie credit while flying from Venice to Washington. Milchan, some might recall, is a Hollywood billionaire movie producer born in Israel, well known for such films as Pretty Woman and Bohemian Rhapsody. He is less well known for his role in arranging for the procurement and illegal transfer of U.S. technology that enabled the Jewish state to develop its own nuclear arsenal. Far from being ashamed of his betrayal of the adopted country that helped make him rich and famous, in 2011 he authorized and contributed to a ghost-written biography, which he boastfully entitled “Confidential: The Life of Secret Agent Turned Hollywood Tycoon.” Parts of the book were in the first person with Milchan telling his story in his own words.

Jul 09 09:29

Denial is America’s national pastime, but real patriotism requires honesty

Anti-patriotism is trendy thanks to the popular depiction of Trump as Antichrist, but the US’ decline has been a long time coming. Truly Making America Great Again requires dismantling the Potemkin village erected to hide the rot.

Trump seems convinced that the job of restoring America’s Greatness is mostly done, and even his detractors don’t seem aware of the very serious problems the country faces, instead shrieking about social issues and self-flagellating over assumed privilege. Historical or economic understanding is largely absent from the current “woke” critiques of America.

Jul 09 09:28

Fox host: "Thank God we live in the kind of country" where you can work multiple jobs

PETE HEGSETH (GUEST CO-HOST): What [Sen.] Kamala Harris [(D-CA)] says is so disingenuous. For most of my life I have worked two or three or four types of jobs of sources of income. Today you can do that more flexibly. How many people do you know who do something, and then maybe in their free time, they drive an Uber or they do something else to bring in extra cash? Thank God we live in the kind of country where we have the innovation and flexibility where you can bring in money from different places and do different things.

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Jul 09 09:27

Prescription rates for a painkiller linked to suicide and overdose TRIPLED in the last decade - as doctors received more and more kickbacks

Prescriptions for a painkiller linked to suicidal thoughts have tripled in a decade - as doctors have been receiving more kickbacks from manufacturers, an explosive new study shows.

The uptick also suggests patients may be abusing the drug, experts say.

Gabapentin, which can ease both epilepsy and nerve pain by targeting certain brain receptors, is popular among US doctors in the height of the addiction epidemic because it does not interact with other drugs and it doesn't trigger a rush of ecstasy like most prescription painkillers.

However, new research by public health professors at UConn Health suggests its soaring popularity might be fanned by manufacturers' cash.

Jul 09 09:22

Border Patrol Chief Debunks Ocasio-Cortez’s Lies About Illegal Aliens’ Housing Facilities


Jul 09 09:22

Government Can Know Everything About Us Except Our Citizenship

The US Supreme Court has done next to nothing to enforce the Constitution and stop the government’s spying on the population. Phone calls, text messages, emails, credit card purchases, state driver’s license databases, literally everything about our lives is collected as privacy-violating information.

Yet the Supreme Court based on speculation about the government’s motives has blocked the 2020 Census from finding out how many of the people living in the US are citizens. Apparently, the jurists on the court regard whether one is or is not a citizen as the only piece of private information that can’t be collected.

Jul 09 09:21

Jeffrey Epstein prosecution could rise or fall on a single word

The new sex-trafficking prosecution against Jeffrey Epstein could rise or fall on how a judge interprets a single, rather mundane word.

The pivotal term — “globally” — lurks on the second page of a seven-page agreement signed in 2007 and finalized the following year, detailing a pledge by federal prosecutors in Florida not to prosecute Epstein for serial sexual abuse of underage girls if he pleaded guilty to two prostitution-related felonies in state court.

“IT APPEARING that Epstein seeks to resolve globally his state and federal criminal liability…” reads the document laying out what critics have described as a sweetheart deal well-connected defense lawyers won from the then-U.S. Attorney for Southern Florida Alex Acosta, who now serves as Labor secretary.
Some lawyers say Epstein’s future may turn on how much weight the courts give to that tricky adverb.

“That word is his best hope,” said Loyola Law School law professor Laurie Levenson, a former federal prosecutor.

Jul 09 09:20

WWII another NWO Coordinated War

Any student of the actual motivation for relentless war has a minimum understanding that empires fight for world domination. Sadly, very few are aware that these authoritarian regimes are not simply battling each other for supremacy. The reality is that the ultimate game plan is to establish and consolidate a New World Order AMONG these belligerent factions. The jingoism and imperialism of the British Crown, the Germany Third Reich, the Soviet Siberian Stalinism, the Japanese Imperium, the Maoist Red Chinese; and yes, the hegemony of the ‘Pax Amerika’, all share in the objective of world dominion. Banksters and corporatists cross all borders and foster a legacy of subjugation that seeks global enslavement that eagerly enables empires.

Jul 09 09:19

Ross Perot dies at 89

Two-time presidential candidate and billionaire businessman Ross Perot died Tuesday, the Dallas Morning News reported.

Perot, 89, had been being diagnosed with leukemia in February.

The Texas businessman ran for president in 1992 and in 1996 as a third-party candidate, amassing 19 percent of the popular vote in his first White House bid. Although he did not win any electoral votes, many credit him with helping seal the victory for former President Clinton.

In 2000, Perot endorsed George W. Bush's candidacy for president.

Bush praised Perot as a “strong patriot” on Tuesday following the news of his death.


Jul 09 09:19

AOC-aligned group targets incumbent Dems who crossed influential freshmen ripping apart the party

The left-wing activist group that spearheaded the political rise of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is now working to take down several incumbent Democrats who have defied the party's freshman progressive wing, leaving some of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's loyalists on Capitol Hill anxiously wondering if they might soon fall in the crosshairs themselves.

Jul 09 09:18

BEX ALERT - Clinton Issues Statement On Epstein, Says He ‘Knew Nothing’ Of Sex Trafficking

Former President Bill Clinton said he “knew nothing” of billionaire Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged sex trafficking, according to a statement issued Monday.

Epstein was arrested Saturday and charged with sex trafficking minors between 2002 and 2005. He spent time behind bars in 2008 after pleading guilty to procuring a minor for prostitution. He is a registered sex offender in Florida.

“President Clinton knows nothing about the terrible crimes Jeffrey Epstein pleaded guilty to in Florida some years ago, or those with which he has been recently charged in New York,” the statement read.

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Jul 09 09:16

ICE Is "Ready" To Deport One Million Illegal Immigrants, Potential ICE Raids Incoming



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Jul 09 09:16

Think you've switched off Android tracking? Apps are logging your movements anyway

Android Q, the next version of Google's mobile OS, is set to fix Android's broken permission system. However, versions in use now give developers easy ways to get around user preferences for apps not to track their location and device.

Researchers from the International Computer Science Institute (ICSI) detail in a new paper that 1,325 Android apps – some of which are installed on 500 million phones – are using sneaky but easy tricks to get around restrictions in the Android permissions model.

Jul 09 09:15

GOOGLE: “Organic is a Lie, Supplements are Dangerous, Chiropractic is Fake,” and Other Thoughts They Want You To Think

Recently, a shocking discovery was made: Google is autocompleting the search fields of billions of users with false information (topics ranging from natural health to candidates for election), based not on objective search volume data, but an extremely biased political and socio-economic agenda — one that is jeopordizing the health and human rights of everyone on the planet.

Jul 09 09:14

Investigative Journalist: Bill Clinton 'not telling the truth' about Jeffrey Epstein

Investigative journalist Conchita Sarnoff said Monday that former President Bill Clinton isn’t telling the truth when he says he "knows nothing" of the alleged crimes of Jeffrey Epstein.

Sarnoff, who’s the executive director of Alliance to Rescue Victims of Trafficking and the author of her book “Trafficking,” appeared on Fox News @ Night after an indictment alleging sex trafficking and sex trafficking conspiracy was unsealed Monday morning against Epstein, while Clinton's spokesman issued a statement denying knowledge of Epstein's alleged behavior.

Epstein, the wealthy and politically connected financier who pleaded not guilty during his initial appearance in a New York City federal court, is accused of preying on "dozens" of victims as young as 14.

Jul 09 09:13

A List of Children’s Foods That Are Contaminated With Monsanto’s Roundup Herbicide

By Arjun Walia

It’s very confusing as to why poison is still being sprayed in our environment, and how anybody could ever justify the use of these poisons. Justification has come from mass brainwashing, marketing campaigns, and just downright deception. There are many examples of deception when it comes to glyphosate, the active ingredient in Monsanto’s Roundup herbicide...


Jul 09 09:01

House Made From 612,000 Recycled Plastic Bottles Is Also Hurricane-Proof

By John Vibes

A Canadian company called JD Composites has built a home that is resistant to hurricane-strength winds. It is said that the house can withstand winds with gusts of over 300 miles per hour. A working prototype of the building is located near the Meteghan River in Nova Scotia.

The house looks surprisingly normal, but its structure is far different than any other building in the neighborhood...

Jul 09 08:57

SETTLERS STEAL MORE THAN LAND FROM PALESTINIANS

Nearly 250 left-wing activists who donated money to help a Palestinian family in East Jerusalem’s Silwan neighborhood may discover that their money has ended up with the right-wing group Elad, which seeks to evict the family.

Elad has obtained a lien on tens of thousands of shekels that the 241 activists donated for the Siyam family, on the grounds that the family owes it money. The lien requires an Israeli crowdfunding site, IsraelGives, to freeze the bank account where the money raised to help the Siyam family is deposited.

Jul 09 08:56

Seth Rich Equals Vince Foster?

To tell you the truth, following the story of Seth Rich, the young staffer for the Democratic National Committee who was murdered on July 10, 2016, on a Washington, DC, street while returning home from a bar, I had not thought to compare the incident to the violent July 20, 1993, death of Deputy White House Counsel Vincent W. Foster, Jr. After all, Foster was a much more prominent figure and the claim in his case was that he had committed suicide. The closest parallel that quickly came to my mind was that of Mary Caitrin “Caity” Mahoney, the young former Clinton White House intern shot to death in 1997 along with two other employees of a Starbucks in Georgetown. That incident was also called a “botched robbery” because no money or valuables were taken.

Jul 09 08:49

Gen Z Adults Encourage Each Other To Sign Up For Facial Recognition At Music Festivals

By MassPrivateI

USA Today’s reporter Dawn Gilberston, offers a disturbing glimpse into the mass media’s collusion with TSA-style checkpoints at public venues.

The story describes how happy a young woman is to join IdentoGo’s TSA PreCheck just so she can avoid check-in lines at music festivals...

Jul 09 08:48

Top immigration official says ICE will begin deporting 1 million illegal immigrants with final removal orders


Jul 09 08:45

Women's Soccer Players Say They Deserve ‘Equal Pay.’ But The Stats Show That They Are Actually Overpaid.

I'm not much of a soccer fan because I prefer watching sports, personally, but I was still happy to hear that the U.S. women's team won the World Cup over the weekend. I am far less enthused by the "gender pay gap" discussion that their victory inevitably generated, however.

Jul 09 08:45

Trump wants to 'Make America White Again' with census citizenship question, says Pelosi

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) criticized President Donald Trump's efforts to include a citizenship question on the 2020 census by implying that he has racist motivations, according to The Hill.


Jul 09 08:33

Money Laundering Scandals Bring Court Charges and Record Job Cuts to Euro Banks

By Lubomir Tassev

The international financial establishment is known to express concern about the risks of money laundering when the crypto space is mentioned. A string of scandals indicates, however, that traditional banks are not only susceptible to the phenomenon but sometimes complicit, whether knowingly or inadvertently. New chapters have been added to the saga over the last few months that are hurting banks, bankers and their clients...

Jul 09 08:30

British Gov’t Issuing Apology to Ivanka Trump in Person

This is one diplomat who needs a lesson in diplomacy.
During a tough year for politicians in the U.K. – with the Brexit disaster costing Prime Minister Theresa May her job – Sunday’s publication of memos from British Ambassador Kim Darroch criticizing the inner workings of the Trump White House has made another mess for the government in London to clean up.

Jul 09 08:29

Fellow 2020 Dem Gabbard Blasts Harris’s ‘Political Ploy’ to ‘Smear’ Joe Biden

One of the standout moments from the first Democratic primary debates in June was the unexpected attack by California Sen. Kamala Harris against former Vice President Joe Biden’s remarks about busing policy and working with segregationists in Congress.

Jul 09 08:17

‘Excuse me, on which aisle can I find the FACTS?!’ – Leftists want to start boycotting Home Depot, if only they knew why



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Jul 09 08:15

Boeing again reports no new orders for 737 Max as planes remain grounded

Boeing on Tuesday again reported no new orders for the Boeing 737 Max, as the worldwide grounding of its best-selling plane is about to enter its fifth month.

Jul 09 07:23

The Jeffrey Epstein sex scandal has some of the biggest names in America shaking in their boots right now

Are we about to see some of the biggest names from Hollywood, Wall Street and Washington actually go to prison? As I discussed in the first part of this series, the prosecution of Jeffrey Epstein has the potential to erupt into the biggest scandal that America has ever seen. The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of ...

Jul 09 07:13

TOP Cryptos To Watch In 2019! What FOLLOWS The Dollar CRASH?

By Josh Sigurdson

Josh Sigurdson talks with Jeff Berwick of The Dollar Vigilante about the return of bullishness in the cryptocurrency market and which cryptos to watch in 2019 as scalability of Bitcoin once again becomes an issue of much concern.

Jeff talks about the cryptos he’s most interested in as we enter into the second half of 2019 and why they matter. He also talks about the incredible use case of Bitcoin in sending massive amounts of money for nearly nothing while governments stand by helpless. Meanwhile, he talks about the ridiculous fees when sending small amounts of crypto in order to do things like buying a coffee and why that needs to change immediately.

Jul 09 05:40

US Warned About Risk of Default in September

Jul 08 15:40

Luongo: Epstein's Arrest Tells Me Trump Is Now Out For Blood

I never doubted Donald Trump’s sincerity in wanting Hillary in jail. But the reality is that Trump was not in any position to do so. Until a few months ago.

When Attorney General William Barr ended the Mueller investigation back in February that was a turning point. I talked about it back then in a piece called “The Old Political Order is Just Old.”

Mueller, his staff of hatchetmen, the Obama administration and the rest of the corrupt old-guard in D.C. fully expected to be allowed free rein to convict Trump politically of Obstruction of Justice based on an interpretation of Federal Statutes that could only be justified in the world of Philip K. Dick’s Minority Report.

When that didn’t happen, they are now looking at potential blowback from a vain and vindictive man occupying the supposedly most powerful office in the world.

But is that really the case anymore? It seems John Bolton has been more president than Trump recently.

Jul 08 15:34

The Next Big Scandal

Jul 08 15:22

Deutsche Bank employees leave New York office with white envelopes and their belongings after the investment bank cuts 18,000 jobs across the world and causes shares to plunge more than five percent

Deutsche Bank has started laying off staff in New York after the German investment bank began implementing 18,000 job cuts across the globe, prompting shares to plunge more than five percent.

The bank sacked workers in New York, Sydney, Hong Kong and London on Monday morning as it launched one of the biggest overhauls to an investment bank since the aftermath of the financial crisis.

It is not yet clear how many jobs in the U.S. have been cut but employees were spotted leaving the Wall Street office on Monday with large white envelopes after being summoned to the cafeteria to learn their fate.

Hundreds of staff in New York were informed during the meetings that their positions were being cut and they received details of their redundancy packages, sources said.

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