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April 21, 2017

Apr 21 09:22

ISIS Claims Responsibility For Paris Attack

ISIS has claimed responsibility for the Thursday night attack in Paris, France.

The terror group claimed one of the attackers, who’s now dead, was Abu Yusuf al-Beljiiki and had came to France via Belgium, according to its Amaq news agency.

Apr 21 09:17

President Pence Recognizes Honeywell's Four-Decade Partnership With Indonesia's Aerospace Industry

U.S. Vice President Recognizes Honeywell's Four-Decade Partnership With Indonesia's Aerospace Industry

(*I'll bet Dollars to Dog Biscuits this has nothing to do with "Come On Home , Fellas" !)

Apr 21 09:16

MASS SUICIDE! WHAT YOU MUST KNOW ABOUT YOUTUBE BLACKLISTS AND THE NEW CORPORATE ‘SAFE SPACES’

Now that marketers have been reminded of the internet's dark side, whitelists are top of mind. Last year, many digital ad players felt like they'd gotten a handle on fraud and celebrated passing TV in U.S. ad revenue for the first time. Then the perils of programmatic advertising roared back in the form of fake news sites and offensive YouTube videos, all underwritten by unwitting major marketers.

Apr 21 09:15

Toronto House Price Bubble Hit with 15% Foreign Buyers Tax. “Property Scalpers” & “Double Ending” Brokers Targeted

“People need to ask themselves very carefully, ‘Why am I buying this house?”’: Stephen Poloz, Bank of Canada.



Taboola
Apr 21 09:13

As Reports Of Assange Arrest Warrant Emerge, Who Will Defend WikiLeaks?

The Trump administration in the United States has prepared criminal charges in order to arrest Julian Assange, founder and publisher of the media outlet WikiLeaks, CNN reported on Thursday.

Apr 21 09:11

Syrians babies called 'Putin' in honour of Russian president

Syrian families are naming their children Putin as a mark of gratitude for the Russian president’s support for his Syrian counterpart in the six-year war, a government official has said.

The Syrian ambassador in Moscow, Riyad Haddad, said Bashar al-Assad had also made Russian the second language in Syria, and had donated land near Damascus for a Russian school to be built.

“The decision of Assad that Russian should be the second language in the country – it is a sign of the gratitude towards the Russian people for supporting Syrians,” Haddad said in remarks reported by the Tass news agency.

Apr 21 09:07

Trump: Iran Violating ‘Spirit’ of Nuclear Deal

With the rest of the administration continuing to play up US hostility toward Iran in the wake of the admission that Iran is fully complying with the P5+1 nuclear deal, President Trump today accused Iran of “violating the spirit of the deal.”

President Trump offered no details on exactly what he was referring to, though the allegation is patently false at any rate, with Iran having no nuclear weapons program in the first place, and agreeing to drastically limit its civilian program in return for sanctions relief.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

President Trump, what does this accusation this even mean, in light of the fact that the IAEA has consistently reported that Iran is in complete compliance with the terms and conditions of the P5 +1 Agreement?!?



Emigrate While You Still Can - Finca Bayano In Panama!

Finco Bayano
Apr 21 09:00

Right-Wing Israelis Hold Barbecue Near Hunger-Striking Palestinians at Ofer Prison

The far-right National Union Party held a barbecue outside Ofer Prison on April 20 in response to the recently launched hunger strike led by convicted Palestinian Fatah leader Marwan Barghouti inside Ofer Prison.

Apr 21 08:57

Did Obama Let MS-13 Slide To Bolster Support for Democrats

The Criminal Super Gang, MS-13, has a 30 year history in the US and yet Donald Trump appears to be the first President to attempt a serious take-down. Under Barrack Obama, several “fiscal targeting operations” were attempted to reduce their money supply, and massive operations put in place against “some” of the members (6 to be precise).

Apr 21 08:55

Library to release catalog on World War II era documents

Holocaust denial just got a little harder. The Wiener Library for the Study of Holocaust & Genocide is making the United Nations' files on World War II war crimes more accessible...
Note: We need more pictures of the swimming pool for inmates, the soccer field, the orchestras, the brothel, the hospital and other facilities provided to the inmates of Auschwitz!

Apr 21 08:55

South Korea on heightened alert as North readies for army anniversary

South Korea said on Friday it was on heightened alert ahead of another important anniversary in North Korea, with a large concentration of military hardware amassed on both sides of the border amid concerns about a new nuclear test by Pyongyang.

North Korea said late on Friday the state of affairs on the Korean peninsula was "extremely perilous" because of "madcap American nuclear war manoeuvres aimed at trampling on our sovereignty and right to survival."

U.S. officials said there was a higher-than-usual level of activity by Chinese bombers, signalling a possible heightened state of readiness by reclusive North Korea's sole major ally, although the officials played down concern and left open a range of possible reasons. Beijing denied its aircraft were on an increased level of alert.

In Russia, the RIA news agency said a Kremlin spokesman declined to comment on media reports Russia was moving military hardware and troops towards the border with North Korea.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The sense I have is that US military action against North Korea is eminent.

We are just two and a half weeks away from the 9 May elections in South Korea, and the US military sees its window of opportunity for a military strike against North Korea as narrowing greatly, if the candidate who wins the South Korean election is a proponent of the "sunshine policy", which advocates engagement and trade with North Korea.

After that, the only US military option is a massive false flag, and I am quite certain that those scenarios have already been planned for, and signed off on, by President Trump.



Apr 21 08:49

750,000 pieces of debris orbiting Earth threaten future of spaceflight, warn experts

More than 750 000 pieces of dangerous debris are now orbiting Earth and threatening the future of spaceflight, the largest ever conference on space rubbish has heard.

The European Space Agency (ESA) appealed to satellite operators and space agencies to clear up their retired crafts, many of which could impact launches, and are in danger of hitting the International Space Station.

“Only about 60 per cent of the satellites that should be disposed of at the end of their missions under current guidelines are, in fact, properly managed,” Dr Holger Krag, head of ESA’s debris office told the European Conference on Space Debris in Germany.

“This means urgently developing the means for actively removing debris, targeting about 10 large defunct satellites from orbit each year, beginning as soon as possible – starting later will not be nearly as effective.”

Apr 21 08:47

U.S. sends nuclear sniffer plane to Korea: source

The U.S. Air Force dispatched a nuclear sniffer aircraft Thursday to the east of the Korean Peninsula amid the possibility of North Korea's imminent nuclear test, a government source said.

"The WC-135 Constant Phoenix, a special-purpose U.S. plane, made an emergency sortie today over the East Sea," the source said, requesting anonymity.

Its mission is to collect samples from the atmosphere in order to detect and identity a nuclear explosion.

Apr 21 08:47

North Korean Submarine Missile Program Advances

North Korea is making rapid progress on developing submarine-launched ballistic missiles and missile-firing submarines, according to a report by a United Nations panel of experts.

"Rapid technological developments have taken place over a short period, resulting in significant progress towards an operational submarine-launched ballistic missile system," the eight-member U.N. panel of experts stated.

The report provides new details on Pyongyang's development of a submarine-launched missile called the KN-11.

"The shift from liquid- to a solid-fuel engine for the KN-11 is a major technological development, affording greater stability, quicker preparation and longer fuel storage," the report states.

The report provided photographs of the Gorae-class submarine used to launch the missile.



Apr 21 08:46

Corbyn Son Running For Parliament Story ‘Completely Untrue,’ Labour Sources Tell RT

Sources close to Jeremy Corbyn have told RT that the Labour leader’s son is not running for election on June 8, as was reported by the Telegraph on Thursday.

Apr 21 08:46

China Escalates Pressure On North Korea: Crude Oil Supply Halt On The Table

While US and North Korean officials have traded verbal missiles in the past few days, China has been noticably quiet. However, that just changed as a prominent Chinese expert told The Nikkei that China likely will halt crude oil exports to North Korea should Pyongyang conduct its sixth nuclear test, signaling a tougher attitude by Beijing toward its rogue neighbor.

North Korea relies almost entirely on China for oil. The Asian giant shipped about 500,000 tons of crude to the North each year until 2013, according to the Chinese customs agency. Bilateral ties cooled that year after Pyongyang carried out its third nuclear test, and exports officially have remained at zero since 2014. But China is believed to still provide crude to North Korea off the books. A complete freeze would impact the North Korean economy.

Apr 21 08:45

As Yemen Crumbles, US May Throw Additional Support Behind Saudi Forces

The United States is considering additional measures to support the Saudis in their assault on Iran-backed Houthi rebels in war-ravaged Yemen. Washington already provides intelligence and aerial refueling of combat aircraft to Saudi forces, but are now considering more aggressive support measures.



Apr 21 08:45

UK weather: Snow and storms to strike Britain with low temperatures lasting for weeks

A wintry blast of snow, hail and gales is set to hit the UK in the run-up to the May bank holiday weekend, according to forecasters.

Temperatures will plummet tomorrow and are expected to remain unseasonably low until the middle of next month.

The Met Office is predicting “heavy and wintry” showers and widespread overnight frosts from Tuesday next week, with Northern parts of the UK the worst hit.

Apr 21 08:44

'Specifically Designed to Provoke'? Trump's 'Outrageous' Iran Move May Backfire

US President Donald Trump appears to be setting the stage for new sanctions on Iran, despite Secretary of State Rex Tillerson telling Congress earlier this week that Iran is in compliance with the 2015 nuclear arms deal negotiated by Barack Obama.

Massoud Shadjareh, executive director of the Islamic Human Rights Commission, pointed out on Radio Sputnik that, while the deal has ensured safety and security and it has been confirmed by all regulators that Iran has complied with the commitments, the sanctions haven't in fact been lifted fully.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

So, Iran kept their promises and Trump is looking for a way to justify the US not keeping theirs!

Apr 21 08:43

This Vicious Cycle is What Bedevils the US Economy

Railroads slash capital spending, and CSX digs deeper, after two years of Transportation Recession.



Owl 1
Apr 21 08:42

Researchers to look for CTE evidence in Aaron Hernandez's brain

(*UPDATE>>>) Lawyer: Medical examiner has not released Aaron Hernandez's brain
http://abcnews.go.com/Sports/lawyer-medical-examiner-released-aaron-he...

Apr 21 08:41

For The First Time In Its History, Subway Shutters Hundreds Of US Stores

For the first time in its 52 years of operation, Subway announced that it contracted in 2016, shuttering 359 US locations which as Bloomberg described was the "biggest retrenchment in the history of the restaurant chain" whose total store count dropped 1.3% from 27,103 in 2015 to 26,744 even as it remained the most ubiquitous fast-food eatery in the US, although McDonalds still tops if by sales.

Apr 21 08:40

Trump lawyer: ‘No right’ to protest at rallies

President Donald Trump’s lawyers argued in a Thursday court filing that protesters “have no right” to “express dissenting views” at his campaign rallies because such protests infringed on his First Amendment rights.

The filing comes in a case brought by three protesters who allege they were roughed up and ejected from a March 2016 Trump campaign rally in Louisville, Kentucky, by Trump supporters who were incited by the then-candidate’s calls from the stage to “get 'em out of here!”

Lawyers for Trump’s campaign have argued that his calls to remove the protesters were protected by the First Amendment. But the federal district court judge hearing the case issued a ruling late last month questioning that argument, as well as the claim that Trump didn’t intend for his supporters to use force.

The ruling cleared the case to proceed into discovery and towards a trial.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

President Trump, a word please.

Language does have a force and power of its own, and can well be construed as a call to violence.

You apparently didn't understand that during the campaign, and you appear not to have learned that as President, and that is well-demonstrated by the number of threats you have placed against various countries around the world.



Apr 21 08:39

US official: With eye on North Korea, China puts bombers on 'high alert'

China put cruise missile-capable bombers "on high alert" this week as the United States sees evidence the Chinese military is preparing to respond to a potential situation in North Korea, a US defense official told CNN.

The official said the United States has also seen an extraordinary number of Chinese military aircraft being brought up to full readiness.

Apr 21 08:38

Ex-DEA Spokeswoman: 'Marijuana Is Safe', Kept Illegal Because It's A 'Cash Cow'

"...Marijuana is safe, we know it’s safe, but it’s our cash cow and we will never, ever, give it up..."

Apr 21 08:37

RUSSIA WANTS TO MAKE IRAN A MEMBER OF ASIAN POWER BLOC, THE SHANGHAI FIVE

Russia would support Iran joining the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, an emerging economic and political alliance led by China, often considered a counterweight to Western alliance organizations. Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said Iran fully fits the criteria for membership of the so-called Shanghai Five and said that discussions on its bid to join will happen this summer.



Apr 21 08:36

Conway: Trump is ‘evaluating’ Iran nuclear deal

Kellyanne Conway said Friday that President Trump is “evaluating all such options” when it comes to possibly pulling out of the Iran nuclear deal.

“The president made clear it was a terrible agreement from the beginning,” Ms. Conway said on Fox News’ “America’s Newsroom.”

The senior counselor to the president argued that the Mr. Trump was not breaking from his campaign promise of pulling out of the Iran deal, but rather said he “will continue to negotiate agreements.”

Apr 21 08:33

Troubling Signs At Bakken As Oil Production Growth Stalls

The euphoria of rising U.S. oil production continues in the Mainstream media while troubling signs are now taking place at the Bakken. Even though overall U.S. oil production has climbed due an increase in drilling rig activity, supply from the Bakken has stalled.

Apr 21 08:33

The Fiscal Burden of Illegal Immigration on Californians

Apr 21 08:32

Unusually large swarm of icebergs drifts into shipping lanes

(*and , of course Ice In The Shipping Lanes proves human caused Global Warming)



Lockerdome
Apr 21 08:30

Corbyn Rules Out 2nd Vote On Final EU Deal

The UK Labour Party will not support a second referendum on the terms of Prime Minster Theresa May’s Brexit deal, a party spokesman has said.

UK Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn was considering including a pledge to hold a second referendum in the Labour manifesto for the upcoming general election, reports on Wednesday suggested.

Apr 21 08:30

Indiana University Bans New Student Athletes Who Have History of Sexual Violence

In an effort to combat campus sexual assault, Indiana University Bloomington has enacted a new policy that would prevent incoming student athletes who have already committed such offenses from playing for the school. Going forward, the athletics department will be conducting an “appropriate inquiry into every prospective student-athlete’s background” and barring them from “athletically-related financial aid, practice or competition” if they have a past with sexual or domestic violence.

Apr 21 08:30

Georgia Is Trying To Block Newly Registered Voters From Taking Part In Fierce Runoff Election

Five civil rights and civic engagement groups have filed suit against Georgia and its secretary of state for attempting to block registered voters from participating in a closely watched runoff election in Georgia’s 6th Congressional District.

Apr 21 08:29

Obama Operatives Direct Town Hall Disruptions Nationwide

As members of Congress wind up their Easter break back in their districts, a website honoring former President Barack Obama is providing “progressives” with the information and tools they need to disrupt town hall meetings that lawmakers are holding over the remainder of this week.



Apr 21 08:28

Report: 300 U.S. Marines ‘En Route’ to Taliban Stronghold in Afghanistan

An estimated 300 U.S. Marines are heading to a Taliban stronghold in the southern Afghanistan province of Helmand, one of the deadliest regions of the ongoing war for coalition forces located along the Pakistan border, reports Marine Corps Times.

The American troops are expected to reach their destination — where the Taliban has largely reversed previous U.S./NATO coalition gains — by the end of this month. Nearly all of Helmand has once again fallen under the control of the Taliban. Helmand sits next to Kandahar province, widely known as the birthplace of the Taliban.

Apr 21 08:27

9 Shocking Facts About Our Border with Mexico

Apr 21 08:27

U.S. Not Outraged With Terrorist Who Lured Children With Food, Then Blew Them Up”

So, when we thought it was Assad gassing kids—which was not even 126 of them—so, when somebody working with us kills 80 kids, on purpose, blows civilians trying to leave a war zone, that was agreed to, it’s a ‘hiccup’… and the war propaganda. “It couldn’t be more obvious to me that the way the media is reporting, especially the United States, referring to terrorists as ‘freedom fighters’ or ‘rebels’ or ‘moderates’…they’re ‘moderate’ crazy people…”



Apr 21 08:25

Lindsey Graham Is The Happiest Dude In America Now Thanks To Trump

On Fox & Friends, Ed Henry asked Graham about the “big national security challenges” the U.S. is dealing with right now.

Graham responded, “I am like the happiest dude in America right now. We’ve got a president and a national security team that I’ve been dreaming of for eight years.”

He said that he’s “all in” on what President Trump is doing and encouraged him to keep it up.

Apr 21 08:25

Snow Flakes Will Fly

A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY has been issued for the Little Belt Mountains. Although other mountain ranges are not under an advisory, most of the mountain locations will see snow accumulation through Friday. Elevations above 4500? could accumulate 1-4?, with 4-8? above 7000?. Mountain passes will be a little slushy, especially King’s Hill Pass.

Apr 21 08:24

Putin sends troops to Russia's border with North Korea after China also sends soldiers to its boundary over fears Trump will attack Kim Jong-un, sparking a tidal wave of refugees

Vladimir Putin is sending troops and equipment to Russia's border with North Korea over fears the US is preparing to attack Kim Jong-un.

The Russian President fears there will be a huge exodus of North Korean refugees if his American counterpart, Donald Trump, launches military action against Pyongyang.

It comes days after it emerged that China is also sending 150,000 soldiers to its southern frontier to cope with the tidal wave of North Koreans Beijing fears would flee across the border if war breaks out.

This morning, footage emerged appearing to show how Putin is reinforcing his 11-mile border with North Korea by relocating troops and equipment.

Apr 21 08:23

Venezuela's naked fury: Incredible moment young protester stripped down to just his socks and trainers and offered a BIBLE to police

A Venezuelan protester stripped naked and handed a Bible to rows or armed police as a second night of violent clashes broke out in the crisis-hit country.

Ugly scenes - now a common sight as furious demonstrators show their opposition to President Nicolas Maduro - were seen for a second night, 24 hours after three people died in shocking confrontations.

Thousands again took to the street on Thursday, aiming missiles at law enforcement officers, who in turn released tear gas.

But experts believe that the under-fire president could hold onto power because many of the poorest people in his crisis-hit country are too malnourished to protest, experts believe.


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Owl 2
Apr 21 08:22

SPORTS STADIUMS SPY ON EVERYONE'S INSTANT MESSAGES, TWEETS AND SENTIMENTS

A recent article in Motherboard reveals how sports stadiums are spying on everyone's instant messages, Tweets and sentiments. (I couldn't find any pictures of a U.S. sport stadium security room, so I posted one of a 2014 World Cup security room.)

Sports stadiums across the country are using 'Babel Street' and 'Babel X' to spy on fan's sentiments and social media accounts.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

IF in fact this is actually happening, is it even worth it to go to sporting events in the US anymore?!?

The 4th Amendment to the Constitution is being eviscerated, with actions like this.

Even if I were a sports enthusiast, this would really deter me from going, not that I generally say anything inflammatory in any way, but just on principal.

Apr 21 08:19

US Army is considering resurrecting 'devastating' weapon that moves at three times the speed of sound and destroys EVERYTHING in its path

The US Army has considered arming itself with a 'devastating' weapon in a bid to counteract Russia's nuclear technology.

Called Kinetic Energy Projectile (KEP), this tungsten-based warhead is capable of moving three times the speed of sound, while destroying everything in its path.

Once launched, the missile bursts into flaming metal fragments that can pierce through most armor - such as that used in tanks.

Apr 21 08:19

Marines will soon get their new King Stallion heavy-lift helicopter, which costs more than an F-35 and can carry two armored Humvees at once

The Department of Defense earlier this month approved a Navy request to begin production on the CH-53K King Stallion, the powerful new helicopter set to replace the workhorse Super Stallion, which has been in service since 1981.

At a program cost of roughly $131million for each of the 200-aircraft order, the Marines expect their new choppers to be a massive improvement over the old Super Stallions.



Apr 21 08:18

UN doesn’t send experts to Idlib 'chemical incident' site as West & US are blocking it - Assad

The Syrian government has asked the UN to send experts to investigate the alleged chemical attack in Idlib province, but the request remains unanswered due to pressure from US and other Western countries, Syrian president Bashar Assad told Sputnik in an exclusive interview.

“We formally sent a letter to the United Nations, we asked them in that letter to send a delegation in order to investigate what happened in Khan Shaykhun,” Assad said. “Of course till this moment they didn't send (the experts), because the West and the US blocked any delegation from coming,” he added.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

So, on just what evidence did OPCW claim they confirmed the use of Sarin?

Apr 21 08:18

WHAT’S NEXT? A SWAT RAID ON JULIAN ASSANGE?

Trump’s AG wants to arrest Julian Assange.

It’s not clear how he plans to do this. Assange is in the Ecuadoran embassy in London.

Do the British authorities plan to violate a long-standing international law and storm the embassy and arrest Assange?

Or is this a message to Ecuador that it’s in their best interest to deny him asylum?

Trump is now worse than the neocons. He is a neo-neocon.

During the election, Trump didn’t have a problem with WikiLeaks and Assange so long as they dished out dirt on opponent Hillary Clinton.

As for former NSA contractor Edward Snowden, Trump said he should be executed.

If Julian Assange is arrested, will he be given the Chelsea Manning treatment?

Or execution?

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Please note that it's not Hillary AG Sessions wants to arrest and try for her crimes; it is the man who told the truth about her crimes he wants to arrest, and potentially assassinate, for his honesty.

Apr 21 08:15

Russian experts believe US unlikely to deliver new strikes on Syria

The United States will unlikely deliver new strikes on Syria due to restricted capabilities, Russian experts said following a scientific conference on the Middle East organized by the Russian Institute for Strategic Studies (RISS).

"Experts have assessed technical and tactical nuances of the US strike on Shayrat air base on April 7, 2017, underlining that further capabilities are rather limited for US military operation in Syria. At present, new strikes are highly improbable," the experts said in the document available by TASS.

The conference pointed out that "the US activity in Syria pursues a goal to weaken Iran’s regional positions."

Apr 21 08:14

SYRIAN WAR REPORT – APRIL 21, 2017: BATTLE FOR NORTHERN HAMA

On April 20, the northern Hama frontline experienced a major breakthrough when government forces, led by the Syrian Army’s Tiger Forces and 5th Legion, captured the strategic militant-held town of Taibat al-Imam. Government forces had entered the town from the southeastern direction following intense artillery and air strikes and pushed members of Hayat Tahrir al-Sham (formerly Jabhat al-Nusra, the Syrian branch of al-Qaeda) and allied militant groups to withdraw from the town after a 8-hours long battle. After the withdrawal of the so-called opposition, pro-militant media activists released a number of contradictory reports that up to 80 “regime soldiers” were killed in the clashes. Nevertheless, with no proofs this looked like a wishful thinking. In turn, two leaders of Jaish al-Izza, “Saher al-Saleh” and “Muhammad Jallad” were confirmed to be killed as a result of the artillery strikes.



Apr 21 08:13

House Oversight Committee chair Jason Chaffetz suggests he may not finish his term

US Representative Jason Chaffetz, the Republican chairman of a House committee with broad investigative powers, said on Thursday that it is possible he could leave office before his term finishes next year, The Wall Street Journal reported.

"My future plans are not yet finalized, but I haven't ruled out the possibility of leaving early," Chaffetz told the Journal a day after the Utah congressman announced he would not run for re-election in 2018.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

They will go after Trey Gowdy next...

Apr 21 08:12

Do You Know How Much It Costs To Buy A 9 Year Old Girl? The Sickness Of ISIS Has Just Informed Us

ISIS has just released a pamphlet (above), that shows exactly how much they are selling captive Christian and Yazidi females for. It is a sliding scale based on the woman’s age, and the younger the girl, the more expensive she is. These women and girls are being sold into sex slavery and will likely spend the rest of their lives being raped, abused and sold again and again, until they no longer have a saleable value (at which point they will likely be executed). This is real, it is happening today, yet it seems America’s Feminists have more important things to worry about (for example Bill O’Reilly).

Apr 21 08:11

ASSORTED TOONS FOR THE WEEK’S END

Apr 21 08:11

Attorney General Jeff Sessions Confirms That Arresting Julian Assange Is A ‘Priority’ For The U.S.

“We are going to step up our effort and already are stepping up our efforts on all leaks. This is a matter that’s gone beyond anything I’m aware of. We have professionals that have been in the security business of the United States for many years that are shocked by the number of leaks and some of them are quite serious … So yes, it is a priority. We’ve already begun to step up our efforts and whenever a case can be made, we will seek to put some people in jail.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

So, the US Mafia, er, Government, will arrest Assange for exposing Hillary Clinton's crimes, but Hillary does not get arrested for committing those crimes!

Apr 21 08:10

Pakistan's former army chief leaves for Saudi Arabia to lead Islamic military alliance

Pakistan's former army chief Gen Raheel Sharif left for Riyadh on Friday to head a 41-nation Islamic military alliance after getting the government's approval, Defence Minister Khawaja Asif said amidst concerns here about the Saudi-led grouping.

Apr 21 08:10

Turkey says close to S-400 missile purchase deal with Russia

Turkey's talks with Russia about the purchase of the S-400 air missile defense system have reached the "final stage," Turkish Defense Minister Fikri Isik said on Friday.

"It is clear that Turkey needs a missile defense system but NATO member countries have not presented on offer which is financially effective," Isik said during a news conference in Ankara, local broadcaster CNNTurk reported.

"Work on the S-400 has reached a final point. But the final stage does not mean let's sign a deal tomorrow morning," he added.

Apr 21 08:09

Russia, Syria Holding Talks on Supplies of More Air Defense Systems

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said in an interview with Russian media that Moscow and Damascus are holding talks on the supplies of additional air defense systems to the war-torn country.



Carambola
Apr 21 08:09

Britain's Queen Elizabeth II celebrates her 91st birthday

Britain's Queen Elizabeth II, the world's oldest and longest-reigning monarch who turned 91 today, will celebrate her birthday in a low-key fashion privately at her Windsor Castle home near here.

Apr 21 08:09

Massive Pro and Anti Government Protests in Venezuela

While international media focused almost exclusively on the opposition protests and clashes with the police, the pro-government protests were equally as large, says Lucas Koerner from Venezuelanalysis

Apr 21 08:08

Stay out of Syria: Why warmongering is BAD for Britain, writes Ben Harris-Quinney

At the same time the White House was briefing there was no shift in Syria policy, and the US missile strike was a one-off reaction to Assad's reported use of chemical weapons. In truth, it was as much a show of strength to China and North Korea.

It was obvious to any observer that the UK Government's continuous support for foreign intervention was not chiming with the new global order, or even the US. It has not been chiming with the British public for 15 years.

The Foreign Office proposals were swiftly and embarrassingly further dismissed at the G7 meeting just two days later. Much of this will be papered over as focus shifts to the General Election, but an outdated and ill-conceived foreign policy could at any time blow up and derail both a government and the Brexit process.

Apr 21 07:59

HILLARY IS PISSED! HUMA ABEDIN MAKES SHOCKING DEMAND BEFORE SHE WRITES BLISTERING MEMOIR

Former Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton adviser Huma Abedin is considering writing a “tell all” memoir, and apparently, she thinks her story is worth quite a bit of money. About $2 million, sources told The Hollywood Reporter.

Apr 21 07:58

Mattis Seeks Stronger US Military Ties With Egypt

US Defense Secretary James Mattis says he is optimistic about improving military ties with Egypt following a period of strain under the administration of former President Barack Obama.

Apr 21 07:56

Dortmund bus terror arrest: German-Russian man 'carried out attack to affect share price then blamed Muslims'

Police have arrested a German-Russian citizen on Friday morning on suspicion of carrying out the attack on the Borussia Dortmund team bus last Tuesday, with prosecutors alleging that the bombing was motivated by financial greed.

Apr 21 07:56

BP oil spill did $17.2 billion in damage to natural resources, scientists find in first-ever financial evaluation of spill’s impact

The 2010 BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill did $17.2 billion in damage to the natural resources in the Gulf of Mexico, a team of scientists recently found after a six-year study of the impact of the largest oil spill in U.S. history.

Apr 21 07:53

The EU’s Collapse Is Imminent

On April 23, French voters could drive the entire European Union into its grave.

Doug Casey and I recently discussed this historic election—and why it matters to US investors.

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