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July 26, 2017

Jul 26 15:21

Hillary Clinton Book, Set To Drop In September, Can Be Summarized In Two Words: 'Russia' & 'Comey'

Hillary Clinton is set to drop a new book in September detailing her latest presidential campaign and we bet you can't even begin to imagine what the focus of the book might be...actually, you probably guessed "Russia" and/or "Comey" and you're exactly right...in fact, we suspect that you basically managed to summarize the entire book in just two words.

As The Hill notes today, details of the new book are slowly being leaked by Clinton confidants who promise a "bombshell."

Webmaster's Commentary: 

She should just title it "It's everyone else's fault except mine."

Jul 26 15:07

Venezuela On The Edge Of Civil War

Venezuela is a step closer to civil war after July 20th‘s “fake referendum ” held by the government opposition. Corporate Fake News (i.e. mainstream corporate media) haled the fake referendum as a vote of “no confidence” for President Nicolas Maduro.



Taboola
Jul 26 14:58

Six Republicans Who Voted for Obamacare Repeal in 2015 Sank the 'Clean Repeal' Bill Today

In 2015, when presented with a bill that would have repealed much of Obamacare's taxes and regulations, Senate Republicans were eager to send a political message. Though the bill would be vetoed by then-President Barack Obama, 52 Republicans voted "aye."

With 48 of those 52 senators still in office, the Senate on Wednesday could muster only 45 votes in favor of a "clean repeal" of Obamacare. Six senators who voted for the 2015 bill voted against the repeal effort.

They are Lamar Alexander, R-Tenn., Shelley Moore Capito, R-W.Va., Dean Heller, R-Nev., John McCain, R-Ariz., Lisa Murkowski R-Alaska, and Rob Portman, R-Ohio.

Jul 26 14:53

"Russian Investigation" Is Now Closing In On Mrs. Clinton!

Trump’s not alone: Congress digging into DNC-Ukraine connection

Jul 26 14:49

The Military is not a social experiment! --- Trump Says Transgender People Will Not Be Allowed in the Military

Just so we are clear...there was a ban on transgenders in the Military up until last year. This policy is a return to sane policy.

Jul 26 14:49

Fear And Trepidation In Tel Aviv

Israel, which has played a precarious role in the Syrian war since 2011, is furious to learn that the future of the conflict is not to its liking.

The six-year-old Syria war is moving to a new stage, perhaps its final. The Syrian regime is consolidating its control over most of the populated centers, while ISIS is losing ground fast – and everywhere.

Jul 26 14:33

The Controversy Surrounding Bill HR 4310 – Does It Give The News Media Freedom To Disseminate Propaganda To The American People?

H.R. 4310 passed into law when it was signed by the President Obama on Jan 2, 2013.  There is an ongoing controversy surrounding the Bill.

Jul 26 14:20

Flight and Fancy - Mark Steyn about the DNC-Wasserman, IT Awan flight

On Monday night Imran Awan, the principal IT aide to former DNC honcho Debbie Wasserman Schultz, was arrested at Dulles Airport attempting to flee the country.

Monday's airport arrest follows the seizure of broken hard drives from the garage of the Awans' former home. The hard drives had been smashed with a hammer. Whether it was the same ceremonial DNC hammer used to smash Hillary's Blackberries has not yet been determined.

What we have here, for the benefit of American reporters who may be unfamiliar with the concept, is an actual news story - an unusual event that's happened in recent times. It thus stands in contrast to, say, speculative fancies about whether or not money-no-object special counsel Robert Mueller is expanding his "Russia investigation" to set the many Hillary donors on his payroll into investigating Trump's sale of some property in Florida in 2008.



Jul 26 14:10

The Biotech Industry Is Taking Over The Regulation Of GMOs From The Inside

The British non-profit GMWatch recently revealed the agribusiness takeover of Conabia, the National Advisory Committee on Agricultural Biotechnology of Argentina. Conabia is the GMO assessment body of Argentina. According to GMWatch, 26 of 34 its members were either agribusiness company employees or had major conflicts of interest.

Jul 26 14:06

Kevin J Johnston Arrested Under Motion M103 A Chat With Americanuck Radio

Jul 26 13:54

'WITH SYRIA IN PIECES, IT’S TIME TO RECOGNIZE ISRAEL’S ANNEXATION OF THE GOLAN'

Michael Oren says it is time for the world to recognize the Golan Heights as part of Israel.

In contrast to negotiations with the Palestinians, there is no Syria to negotiate with, Deputy Minister for Diplomacy in the Prime Minister’s Office Oren said on Tuesday.

Jul 26 13:53

Inside Trump’s snap decision to ban transgender troops

A congressional fight over sex reassignment surgery threatened funding for his border wall.

Jul 26 13:41

John McCain Backs Transgender Ideology, Slams Donald Trump’s Policy



Lockerdome
Jul 26 13:31

House IT Aide’s Lawyer Is Longtime Clinton Associate

Chris Gowen, Imran Awan’s lawyer, is a longtime campaigner for former President Bill Clinton and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and a member of an attorney team that brought a fraudulent lawsuit against energy giant Chevron Corp.

Pakistani-born Imran was arrested late Monday at Dulles Airport in Northern Virginia before he could board a flight to Qatar and then Pakistan on bank fraud charges. Imran; his younger brothers, Abid and Jamal; his wife, Hina Alvi; and Rao Abbas, his best friend, have been subjects of a federal criminal investigation led by the U.S. Capitol Police and including the FBI since February 2017.

Jul 26 13:31

Washington Post Writes Story Praising John McCain - There's Just One Problem

Never mind, the Washington Post had a childhood hero to worship:

And all over this world, Mr. McCain is associated with freedom and democracy. He has championed human rights with verve and tirelessness — speaking out against repression and authoritarianism, and inviting — no, cajoling — his colleagues, both Republicans and Democrats, to bear witness with him on trips abroad. He has frequently welcomed victims of repression to the corridors of the capital, too, giving them succor and encouragement in the fight against tyranny.

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Jul 26 13:30

French Build Wall To Stop Migrant Resort

French locals have built a wall around an abandoned hotel to stop its use as a proposed migrant resort.

The residents of the southwestern French town of Séméac erected a 60-foot-long, six-foot-tall wall to bar access to the former F1 hotel after they found out about the secret plan to turn it into a shelter for 85 migrants.

Jul 26 13:29

What Trump's Venezuela Sanctions Will Do To Oil Prices: Barclays Explains

As discussed over the weekend, the endgame in Venezuela is accelerating and it is now only a matter of time before the Maduro regime exits, stage left, the only question is whether he does so peacefully or with the sound of gunfire in the background. And, as we also noted last week, the collapse of the Maduro regime, will "one way or another, send oil prices up."

But while a regime change will certainly lead to violent swings in oil prices (mostly higher), even less volatile events could have a significant impact on the price of crude. According to an overnight report by Barclays' Warren Russell, "even limited new US-imposed sanctions or discussion of broader sanctions could be a catalyst for Venezuela defaulting on its upcoming debt payments, which would put upward pressure on oil prices and help tighten light-heavy spreads."

Jul 26 13:22

How Media Spread CIA’s Sectarian, Anti-Iran ‘Mideast Cold War’ Narrative

A new Vox video (7/17/17) is the latest addition to a media onslaught that propagates numerous misleading talking points to demonize Iran—just as the US government, under Donald Trump’s vehemently anti-Iran administration, is ratcheting up aggression against that country.

Jul 26 13:21

California secession campaign can start gathering signatures

A group that wants California to secede from the United States can start collecting signatures for its ballot initiative.

The state attorney general issued an official ballot measure title and summary Tuesday. The campaign can now start gathering the more than 585,000 signatures it will need to qualify for the 2018 ballot.

The initiative would form a commission to recommend avenues for California to pursue its independence and delete part of the state constitution that says it is an inseparable part of the U.S. The measure would also instruct the governor and California congressional delegation to negotiate more autonomy for the state.


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Jul 26 13:20

Scaramucci Singles Out Obama's "Political Holdovers" As White House Leakers

Having 'terminated' his first White House leaker yesterday, President Trump's newly-minted comms director has wasted no time in making many feel uncomfortable in the their roles (and rightly so).

Speaking on Fox News, The Hill reports that Scaramucci said that "political holdovers" from the Obama White House "aren't helping," and hinted that more staff changes could be on the way.

Jul 26 13:18

BREAKING: Trump Just Threatened To Fire ANOTHER Cabinet Member If ObamaCare Repeal FAILS

Donald Trump is apparently ready to trim the fat off his administration, startin with his own cabinet. It looks like Jeff Sessions sealed his own fate when he recused himself from the Russia investigation. Now Trump has his laser vision targeting ANOTHER member.

Jul 26 12:54

State Department Lawyers Removing References to ISIS ‘Genocide’ Against Christians, Other Religious Minorities

The State Department’s top lawyers are systematically removing the word “genocide” to describe the Islamic State’s mass slaughter of Christians, Yazidis, and other ethnic minorities in Iraq and Syria from speeches before they are delivered and other official documents, according to human rights activists and attorneys familiar with the policies.

Additionally, Democratic senators are delaying confirmation of Mark Green, Trump’s pick to head the U.S. Agency for International Development who has broad bipartisan support.

These efforts guarantee that Obama-era policies that worked to exclude Iraq’s Christian and other minority religious populations from key U.S. aid programs remain in place, the activists said.

Jul 26 12:54

AIPAC Seeks to Imprison Americans for Opposition to Israel

Seldom does an agent for a foreign country dare to push legislation that in effect would prohibit constitutional protections to exercise lawful defiance. Before undertaking a scrutiny of this tragic abuse of legislation, one needs to understand the malevolent nature of AIPAC. Examine the article, AIPAC Zionists - the Archenemy of the American Nation for a detailed analysis of the fifth column that operates with impunity on our very shores. If you are concerned about collusion into our elections by a foreign power, look no further than the strings pulled on Congressional representatives, who are toadies for the state of Israel.

Jul 26 12:42

Sen. Grassley --- Why didn't Obama's DOJ require Blumenthal to register as a Foreign Agent ?

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Hillary Clinton's adviser Sidney Blumenthal

Jul 26 12:26

FLASHBACK: DWS plain as day threatening the Capitol Police on video

CAUGHT ON TAPE: WASSERMAN SCHULTZ THREATENS POLICE CHIEF FOR INVESTIGATING HER IT STAFF'S CRIMES

Jul 26 12:10

Corporate Sociopaths Out Of Northern Minnesota!

Foreign Copper Mining Corporations like Canada’s PolyMet [controlled by Switzerland’s Glencore] and Canada’s Twin Metals [controlled by Chile’s Antofagasta] Meet the Definition of Sociopathic Entities...

Jul 26 12:03

NASA Issues Safety Guidelines Ahead Of Rare ‘Coast-To-Coast’ Total Solar Eclipse

With the US set to experience its first “coast-to-coast” total eclipse in 99 years, NASA has issued guidelines on how to safely watch the rare phenomenon.

Total solar eclipses occur when the moon passes between the sun and the Earth, blocking the sun’s light from reaching our planet.

Jul 26 12:02

Which Do You Trust: CNN, Or Tass?

On Tuesday July 25th, Russia’s official Tass News Agency bannered “Diplomat blasts US media reports on Russia’s alleged arms supplies to Taliban: The Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman says a misinformation campaign is underway in the US media.” Tass reported:

CNN has become a propaganda instrument in a US misinformation campaign about Russia’s alleged weapons supplies to the Taliban in Afghanistan, Russian Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said on Tuesday.

Jul 26 11:56

Scott Adams Shows You How Anthony Scaramucci Befuddles CNN's Chris Cuomo on Healthcare Using the High Ground Maneuver

The high-ground maneuver.



Carambola
Jul 26 11:56

Fear and Trepidation in Tel Aviv: Is Israel Losing the Syria War?

The six-year-old Syria war is moving to a new stage, perhaps its final. The Syrian regime is consolidating its control over most of the populated centers, while ISIS is losing ground fast – and everywhere.

Concurrently, first steps at a permanent ceasefire are bearing fruit, compared to many failed attempts in the past.

Following a ceasefire agreement between the United States and Russia on July 7 at the G-20 meeting in Hamburg, Germany, three provinces in southwestern Syria – bordering Jordan and Israeli-occupied Golan Heights – are now relatively quiet. The agreement is likely to be extended elsewhere.

The Israeli government has made it clear to the US that it is displeased with the agreement, and Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, has been leading strong efforts to undermine the ceasefire.

Netanyahu’s worst fears are, perhaps, actualizing: a solution in Syria that would allow for a permanent Iranian and Hezbollah presence in the country.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The question is not...how Netanyahu feels about the current situation on the ground in Syria; the question is, what will he attempt to do next, to attempt to destroy the cease fire?!?

Jul 26 11:49

Iran Slams Provocation as US Ships Fire on Patrol Boat

Iranian officials were deeply critical today of an incident in which US warships fired “warning shots” at a small Iranian patrol boat that was operating off the coast of Iran. Iran’s Revolutionary Guard called it a “provocation” by US forces.

One of the American ships that fired on the smaller Iranian boat
US Navy officials claimed the Iranian boat didn’t “follow the rules of the road,” and was a collision risk, though they conceded the boat was never less than 150 yards from any US warship in the first place.

This has been a recurring problem, with the US making a point of having a number of warships parked off the Iranian coast, and getting furious every time Iran’s own navy sends ships anywhere near them, even though the Iranian ships are usually in their own territorial water.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

It appears that the US Navy has been given its marching orders; create a provocation, get the Iranians to react militarily, so that the US has its excuse to open fire against it.

It appears that in this incident, the Iranians were the model of restraint.

Jul 26 11:44

SENATORS PROMISE TO AMEND ISRAEL BOYCOTT BILL AFTER BACKLASH

Cardin said that the ACLU had misinterpreted his legislation, but if it needed to be clarified, he would take the steps to do so. “A lot of the co-sponsors are pretty strongly committed to the freedom of speech,” Cardin said. “We’re certainly sensitive to the issues they raise. If we have to make it clearer, we’ll make it clearer.”

He and the ACLU, he said, disagreed about what the bill would do. “I respect greatly the ACLU. I think that many of their points are just not correct. We don’t want to do anything to infringe freedom of speech,” he said.

One issue of contention is whether criminal penalties such as a 20-year prison sentence would apply to those who violate the law. “I actually read it. Turns out, all of this is wrong,” offered the legal affairs correspondent for the Daily Beast in his hot take on the bill. “The ACLU misread the law.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Senator Cardin, a word, please: if, in fact, passed, this bill will have a chilling effect on free speech in this country regarding Israel.

You, and your colleagues completely understand that, and that is precisely what you collectively want to have happen; that there is no logical criticism of the Israeli government, no matter how much it destroys the human and legal rights of Palestinians in their suppression against them.

I am, for one, very completely disgusted with alleged Congressional representatives who care more for Israel, than for the needs and concerns of those Americans they allegedly represent.

And BTW, sir: how much has AIPAC and your colleagues, overtly and covertly, paid you to craft this Frankenstinian monster of a bill?!?

Jul 26 11:44

Why are daring Russians taking a risk to spend holidays in North Korea?

Elena, the manager of a company that sells tours to North Korea, said that as many as five people a month buy a tour to Masikryong. In addition to skiing, the company offers golf tours, mountain climbing, wedding ceremonies and hunting in North Korea... The guides follow tourists everywhere, forbid them from taking pictures of something that shouldn't be seen and prevent them from making contact with locals. But still, North Korea is trying to become a center of tourism for Far Eastern countries. South Korean sources say their Northern partner wants to increase the number of tourists to 1 million in 2017, and 2 million in 2020. In fact, however, in 2012 only about 4,000 people visited North Korea, which was three times less than in 2014. As geographical neighbors, Russians are entitled to cheaper prices than other foreigners.

Jul 26 11:41

Trump Wants Low Interest Rates and a "Not Too Strong" Dollar

He told The Wall Street Journal yesterday:
I do like low interest rates. I mean, you know, I’m not making that a big secret. I think low interest rates are good. I like a dollar that’s not too strong. I mean, I’ve seen strong dollars. And frankly, other than the fact that it sounds good, lots of bad things happen with a strong dollar. He also said he might reappoint Janet Yellen at the Fed, her term expires January 31, 2018 or he may go with another strong dollar hater Gary Cohn.

Jul 26 11:30

Trump Finds Reason for the U.S. to Remain in Afghanistan: Minerals

President Trump, searching for a reason to keep the United States in Afghanistan after 16 years of war, has latched on to a prospect that tantalized previous administrations: Afghanistan’s vast mineral wealth, which his advisers and Afghan officials have told him could be profitably extracted by Western companies.

Mr. Trump has discussed the country’s mineral deposits with President Ashraf Ghani, who promoted mining as an economic opportunity in one of their first conversations. Mr. Trump, who is deeply skeptical about sending more American troops to Afghanistan, has suggested that this could be one justification for the United States to stay engaged in the country.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Swell; just another damned (and possibly very specious) reason to stay in Afghanistan, because the Pentagon, State Department, Congress, and the White House, can't think of anything else to do here.

Before President Trump signs off on this, there should be an impartial mineral engineering study of those areas with supposed large mineral wealth, and a very sober, intelligent budget for doing this.

But the most important conversation to be conducted here, concerns a mechanism which insures that a reasonable portion of this wealth actually goes back to the Afghani people, rather than being simply expropriated by US companies, who have no moral right to do this, and may potentially give nothing back.

Of course, that will happen when pigs fly.

Jul 26 11:15

Thousands of Jordanians protest killing of teenager in embassy, chant 'Death to Israel'

Thousands of Jordanians joined the funeral procession of a teenager shot dead by an Israeli security guard during a standoff at the Israeli embassy. The mourners have demanded authorities close the embassy and tear up Jordan’s peace treaty with Tel Aviv.

The people who joined the procession chanted, “No to an Israeli embassy or ambassador on Jordanian land” and “Death to Israel” as they accompanied the coffin of the killed teenager from his home city of the city of Wihdat, east of the Jordanian capital of Amman, where a large Palestinian refugee camp is situated.

The mourners were carrying pictures of the dead teenager, identified as Mohammed Jawawdeh, 17, as well as Palestinian and Jordanian flags. They also called for a “jihad” against Israel, Reuters reports.

"We will go to Jerusalem as martyrs by the millions,” people chanted, according to AFP. Jawawdeh’s uncle also appealed to Jordan’s King Abdullah II, asking him to avenge the teenager’s death.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"By accident", my astrolabe!!

But the big question now, is how how King Abdullah of Jordan and Israel's Prime Minister Netanyahu, are going move forward to take steps to insure that such an incident never happens again, and compensate the family of this kid for their loss (as though money could ever compensate for the loss of a loved one).

Jul 26 11:07

Shocking new evidence could overturn Northern Ireland ruling that became an international blueprint for torture

British forces in Northern Ireland used waterboarding and electric shock treatment on detainees during the 1970s, newly uncovered files show. Witness statements and internal Whitehall correspondence released for the first time last month could have significant implications for international human rights law and British-Irish relations.

One victim of waterboarding in Belfast spoke out publicly about his experience for the first time at following the recovery of his original testimony from 1972, which recounts that he ‘felt like I was drowning or suffocating until I fell on the floor unconscious’

The documents were revealed at an event in London to mark the International Day in Support of Victims of Torture on 26 June, hosted by Matrix Chambers, along with the Pat Finucane Centre, the Committee on the Administration of Justice (CAJ) and Amnesty International.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

So the horrific, inhuman abuses at Abu Ghraib and beyond, had their antecedents.... in what British military did to the Irish during the time of "the troubles".

Jul 26 11:03

Russia bolsters military potential in South to respond to emerging threats

Russia has no choice but to keep beefing up its combat capabilities in the Southern Military District taking symmetric measures to neutralize threats to its national security, Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu said on Wednesday. According to the defense chief, a total of 16 planes from the US and British tactical air forces have been deployed on a permanent basis in Romania since April. Beginning this year the United States alone conducted over 130 reconnaissance flights along Russia’s southern borders. Moreover, he said, large-scale NATO military drills, involving over 25,000 troops from 22 countries wrapped up several days ago on the western coast of the Black Sea...

Jul 26 10:56

Kiev court orders security service to launch probe against Poroshenko for high treason

"Despite the unprecedented pressure from the authorities, the court, nevertheless, ordered the SBU to investigate President Pyotr Poroshenko for committing high treason"...

Jul 26 10:55

Israeli settlers occupy historical building in al-Khalil

A large group of Israeli settlers have occupied a historical building in the West Bank city of al-Khalil (Hebron).

"Tens of Israelis entered a restricted building adjacent to the Cave of the Patriarchs in Hebron and security forces are currently on the spot," said an Israeli military spokeswoman on Tuesday.

Local residents said that after forcefully entering the building, the settlers proceeded to rise an Israeli flag above it. They also noted the Israeli forces had arrived at the scene, but were not approaching the occupied building.

The occupied structure is next to Ibrahimi Mosque, which is believed to be the burial site of various biblical figures such as Abraham.

Jul 26 10:55

Al-Aqsa administrator urges continued refusal to enter holy site

A religious trust that manages Islamic edifices at the al-Aqsa Mosque compound has called on worshipers to keep refusing to enter the holy site until changes in Israel’s restrictions there have been assessed.

The Jerusalem Islamic Waqf said in a statement on Tuesday that Muslims should continue to stay away from the compound in protest pending a review of the new Israeli measures.

“No entry into al-Aqsa Mosque until after an assessment by a Waqf technical committee and the return of the situation to how it was before the 14th of this month,” the statement read, referring to the date when a deadly shootout outside the Haram al-Sharif, which Jews call Temple Mount, provoked tensions in Jerusalem al-Quds.

Jul 26 10:54

Damascus: Syrian Army Seizes US, French Arms Cargo en Route to Terrorist-Held Regions

The Syrian Army soldiers stopped and seized a truck carrying a large volume of US and French-made arms and ammunition en route to regions in Western Qalamoun that are under the control the of Al-Nusra Front (Tahrir al-Sham Hay'at or the Levant Liberation Board).

Jul 26 10:54

A Quick and Simple Plan For Politicians to UNFUCK AMERICA

I was recently asked by a person in the UK government to list the steps I would like to see the US government take in order to actually Make America Great Again.

Here are my first ten actions, in no particular order, with a little bit of color commentary:

Jul 26 10:53

Finland's membership of NATO off agenda at present

Finland's membership of NATO is off the agenda at present although the Finnish government does not rule out a prospect of this kind in the future, the Finnish ambassador in Moscow, Mikko Hautala said on Tuesday in an interview with the Moscow-based Kommersant daily. He said any country took an interest in having diversified plans of action and that is why nothing could be ruled out but the issue was not in the current plans. Finland is one of the five most advanced partners of NATO along with Australia, Georgia, Jordan, and Sweden. Finnish Prime Minister Juha Sipila said on June 11, 2016, in a speech at a congress of his Center Party that an application for membership of the North-Atlantic alliance would require a broad popular support. Opinion polls show that a possibility of NATO membership is supported by a minority of Finns.

Jul 26 10:52

Central Bankers 'Are' The Crisis

If there’s one myth - and there are many - that we should invalidate in the cross-over world of politics and economics, it‘s that central banks have saved us from a financial crisis. It’s a carefully construed myth, but it’s as false as can be. Our central banks have caused our financial crises, not saved us from them.

Jul 26 10:52

Is Venezuela In Danger Of Becoming Another Syria?

You may recall this bizarre incident that occurred last month in Venezuela. A rogue police officer by the name of Oscar Perez, who is also well known in Venezuela for starring in several B-rated action movies, commandeered a helicopter, before dropping grenades on the nation’s Supreme Court building and strafing the Interior Ministry with gunfire. It was without a doubt, the strangest moment to come out of that nation’s ongoing civil unrest.

But this brazen attack isn’t just odd. In fact, it may portend something much more serious that is simmering under the surface of Venezuela’s slow motion social collapse.

Jul 26 10:52

Very Fake News CNN--- Cuts Trump tweet about FBI-Swamp-McCabe-Corruption.

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"Substance is not important"

Jul 26 10:51

Watch: “There’s An Effort Underway To Tear Up The Constitution” As The Economy Nears Collapse

When it comes to state of our economy and the corruption of our government, most of us are on the outside looking in. We see the results of our government’s collusion with corporations and banks, but we don’t really know what goes on behind closed doors and how it all works.

Catherine Austin Fitts knows. As a former director of an investment bank, and a former Commissioner for the Department of Housing and Development under President Bush, you could say that she used to be an insider. As a result, she knows how the elites in the financial sector and in Washington are fleecing the American public, and driving our nation into an economic collapse.

Jul 26 10:51

Why Smart Guns Are Incredibly Dumb: Hacker Cracks Smart Gun With $15 Magnets

Smart guns probably provide the last chance for gun control advocates to have their way. After trying and failing for decades to completely eviscerate gun rights in America, their last best hope is to simply let defiant gun owners have their weapons, but with conditions. They’ll try to compromise with gun owners, and tell them that they can have any firearm they want, so long as it is a smart gun, which is supposedly safer since it can’t be used by unauthorized individuals like children and criminals.

But as we all know, everything gun control advocates propose is a slippery slope. How long before these smart guns, like all smart gadgets, begin to spy on their owners? How long before smart guns can be disabled by authorities from a distance, which would effectively defang their role in society as determined by the Second Amendment?

Jul 26 10:49

IMF may soon be moving to China – Christine Lagarde

Head of the International Monetary Fund Christine Lagarde says the organization may move its headquarters from Washington DC to Beijing in a decade if the growth trend in China and other major emerging markets continues.

Changes in big emerging markets will be reflected in the IMF's voting structure, and the Fund will need to increase its representation in the region, according to Lagarde.

“Which might very well mean, that if we have this conversation in 10 years' time...we might not be sitting in Washington, DC We'll do it in our Beijing head office,” the Fund’s Managing Director said.

Lagarde highlighted that emerging economies are currently growing larger and more influential.

She added that the IMF's bylaws call for the institution's head office to be located in the largest member economy.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This is why so many in the Bowels of Power in DC are itching for a war with China (which we very well may not win), to prevent a financial overtake of the US.

Jul 26 10:49

Russian Senator Vows Moscow's Retaliation If US Blocks Diplomatic Entry Visas

The Russian upper chamber of parliament's foreign affairs committee chairman said Russia could respond if the United States blocks entry visas to its diplomats. "In the future, if the US places obstacles to issuing visas to new employees of the Russian diplomatic mission, we should respond to these measures exactly similarly, like a mirror," Konstantin Kosachev told Sputnik on Wednesday.

Jul 26 10:47

Red Cross: Yemen Cholera Deaths Expected to Double by Year’s End

The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) declared that the number of suspected cholera cases in Yemen is expected to at least double by year’s-end to over 600,000.

Jul 26 10:44

With Washington’s Blessing, Seoul to Mount 1-Ton Warhead on Ballistic Missile

Seeking to increase the chances of taking out North Korean leader Kim Jong-un in the event of war, South Korea wants to boost its 500-mile range ballistic missile warhead from 1100 pounds to one ton.

By doubling the warhead size, Seoul asserts that it can mitigate the threat of nuclear attack by the People's Democratic Republic of Korea (DPRK), and strike underground bunkers where the Pyongyang brass will hide in the event of war, according to the Korea Times.

But to make the dream a reality, Seoul must first get the approval of Washington, as an existing treaty between the allies describing guidelines for the country's missiles prevents the kind of upgrades sought by the South Korean military.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

looking at the rapid escalation of North Korea's missile program, I would suspect that permission on this will happen sooner than later, and that it may even happen before this upcoming Security Conference.

Jul 26 10:44

Swedish government might fall due to a data leak.

stems from the Transport Agency's hiring of IBM in 2015 to take over its IT operations.

Jul 26 10:43

US Navy Ballistic Missile Intercept Test Failure Blamed on Sailor Error

Reports have identified human error as the likely cause of a failed June 22 SM-3 Block IIA ship-launched Aegis missile test — a relief to military contractors and the Pentagon, who have been speeding the advance of US anti-missile technology.

As threats of intercontinental ballistic missile attacks by the People's Republic of North Korea (DPRK) continue unabated, the US, in cooperation with regional allies, is quickly developing new anti-missile defense technologies, including the ship-launched SM-3, a Raytheon Aerojet, and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries weapons collaboration program between Tokyo and Washington currently fast-tracked by the Pentagon.

Webmaster's Commentary: 
Jul 26 10:42

Report: Attorney General Sessions to Announce Leak Investigations

anonymous officials saying Attorney General Jeff Sessions will announce multiple investigations of criminal leakers within the federal government.

Jul 26 10:40

Street sign warning that police ‘startle easily’ appears at St. Paul intersections

The “Twin Cities Police Easily Startled” sign shows a figure in a police uniform with legs spread and firing a gun in each hand.

The signs were found at Snelling and University avenues and at Oxford Street and University Avenue. Police notified St. Paul Public Works and they removed the signs Sunday afternoon. An identical sign also turned up in Minneapolis.

Addy Free said he snapped a photo of the Snelling and University sign just before noon Sunday on his way home from work and posted it on Facebook. He said he was one of many pedestrians and transit users who took notice.

“The message is too true,” Free said.

Jul 26 10:39

Impossible to Prevent US Weapons Sent to Ukraine From Expanding Conflict

Once the United States ships weapons to Ukraine it will be impossible to prevent them from being used for offensive purposes as well, former CIA officer Phil Giraldi told Sputnik.

The US government is pushing ahead with plans to provide lethal weapons to Ukraine despite concerns in the Department of State that they could be used to escalate violence and increase the risk of conflict with Russia.
"On the ground, tank destroying missile systems would by their very nature be quite usable in an offensive, mobile fashion to neutralize any disadvantage in armor," Giraldi said.

Giraldi observed that the tactical impact of such an arms package had been seriously discussed in US military and government s circles.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The shipping of US weapons to Ukraine will almost inevitably lead to war with Russia.

And then, we have this little "gem" of a faux pas, courtesy of President Trump's ambassador to Ukraine in an interview yesterday:

US President Donald Trump's new representative for the Ukraine, Kurt Volker, says Washington is considering giving arms to Kiev. In an astonishingly naive interview, he said he did not believe arming the Ukrainians would be a provocative gesture.

Forgive me, but has this gentleman gone absolutely foaming at the mouth, barking dog mad, to have made this observation?!?

Russia will almost surely see this as an overt act of war against it, and retaliate in kind.

Jul 26 10:39

New Brunswick’s ongoing fight against glyphosate spraying on Crown forests

It’s the fifth petition of its kind in just over a decade. But this time there are nearly 13,000 names signed by New Brunswickers who want the province to stop spraying public forests with glyphosate, the herbicide used in New Brunswick’s forestry industry and labelled last year as a probable carcinogen by the World Health Organization.

Thousands of acres of Crown forest lands are sprayed every year with herbicides to kill hardwoods and plants that compete with softwood plantation seedlings.

Jul 26 10:35

As it loses in Syria and Iraq, ISIS establishes a new beachhead: the Philippines

At a crowded center for refugees fleeing the fighting that has ravaged this city, Merlinda Obedencio never lets her most valuable possession out of sight: a blue cellphone.

It is the only link she has to her husband and three of their six children being held by Islamic State-linked extremists.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Translation: The US is going to invade the Philippines and kick Duterte out!

Jul 26 10:34

Newly declassified memos detail extent of improper Obama-era NSA spying

The National Security Agency and FBI violated specific civil liberty protections during the Obama administration by improperly searching and disseminating raw intelligence on Americans or failing to promptly delete unauthorized intercepts, according to newly declassified memos that provide some of the richest detail to date on the spy agencies’ ability to obey their own rules.

The memos reviewed by The Hill were publicly released on July 11 through Freedom of Information Act litigation by the American Civil Liberties Union.

Jul 26 10:30

Putin Puts North Korea Ties Before Missile Threat

Economic ties between Russia and North Korea, which share a narrow land border, are similarly beleaguered, with trade down for a third year to just $77 million in 2016, according to the Russian customs service. While the volume is small, it’s becoming a point of tension between President Vladimir Putin and his U.S. counterpart Donald Trump, who’s pressing Russia and other powers to ramp up opposition to the Communist regime’s nuclear-missile program. Russia regards the trade relationship as a means to safeguard its position with Kim in diplomacy to try to defuse the crisis on the Korean peninsula.

“We can’t afford to argue with North Korea because it will completely cast Russia to the sidelines,” said Georgy Toloraya, head of the Russian Academy of Science’s Center for Asian Strategy. “Our interests will not be considered” if North Korea sees Russia siding with the U.S., he said.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Translation: in the case of a US military attack against North Korea, Russia will either remain neutral , which would be the best case scenario, or support North Korea against the United States militarily, which would be the worst case scenario.

Jul 26 10:29

CIA analyst: Beijing poses a greater threat than Russia

In an unusually candid talk, agency's Michael Collins said China's growing confidence and resolve – fueled by inaction against Chinese hegemony over the past several years – are a worry

Webmaster's Commentary: 

China isn't a threat. Russia isn't a threat. It is the US government stealing other nations' wealth to try to clean up the economic mess they themselves created that is the threat.

Jul 26 10:27

China and India torn between silk roads and cocked guns

The current stand-off at Doklam, or Donglang, is little more than a sideshow in the bigger picture as South Asia's tectonic plates shift in a direction that makes New Delhi's resistance to China's Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) look increasingly futile

Webmaster's Commentary: 

And that may be the motive for "someone" to interfere and try to cause trouble, since that China's Belt and Road Initiative is a serious threat to western-owned shipping companies.

Jul 26 10:26

Suing for peace, Duterte gets all-out war

Communist rebels have seized on the government's pre-occupation with Islamic State linked militants to make strategic gains and undercut a once hopeful peace process

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I smell another CIA covert regime change!

Jul 26 10:24

Australia tries Vatican official on sex abuse charges

An Australian court has begun the trial of the most senior Vatican official that has ever been charged in Catholic Church sex abuse scandals.

Australia’s highest-ranking Catholic and Pope Francis’ top financial adviser, Cardinal George Pell, made his first court appearance on Wednesday after being charged last month with sexual abuse of multiple individuals years earlier in his Australian home state of Victoria.

While the details of the charges against the 76-year-old cleric — who has maintained his innocence — are yet to be revealed to the public, police have described them as historical sexual assault offenses, which means the alleged crimes happened years ago.

Jul 26 10:23

Dozens injured in latest al-Aqsa clashes over Israeli restrictions

Dozens of Palestinians have been injured as Israeli forces attack protesters gathered outside the main entrance to the al-Aqsa Mosque compound in East Jerusalem al-Quds.

The latest round of violence erupted on Tuesday as Israeli troops resorted to force in order to disperse Palestinians demonstrating against the Tel Aviv regime’s restrictive measures at the compound.

According to local reports, several reporters and a young child were among those injured.

On Tuesday morning, Israeli authorities removed metal detectors installed at the Bab al-Asbat and Bab al-Nather entrances of al-Aqsa Mosque compound, but kept surveillance cameras to monitor Muslim worshipers.

Jul 26 10:22

Iran to face ‘big problems’ if it does not adhere to nuclear deal: Trump

US President Donald Trump has threatened Iran with “big, big problems” if Tehran fails to comply with the 2015 nuclear agreement.

His veiled warning comes a week after the White House certified to Congress that the Islamic Republic was complying with the agreement it signed with the P5+1 group of countries -- the US, Britain, France, China and Russia plus Germany.

"If that deal doesn’t conform to what it’s supposed to conform to, it's going to be big, big problems for them. That I can tell you. Believe me," Trump said during a speech in Youngstown, Ohio, on Tuesday.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The IAEA just verified yet again that Iran is in full compliance with the terms of the deal. It is the US that has not fulfilled all of their obligations by unfreezing Iranian assets and lifting sanctions.

Jul 26 10:21

Senate narrowly votes to move ahead on healthcare, votes down repeal

The US Senate has voted narrowly to begin debate on legislation to repeal Obamacare, but Republican leaders faced their first defeat when they failed to get enough votes on a measure to repeal President Barack Obama’s healthcare law.

Jul 26 10:18

Gov't Troops on Verge of Full Liberation of Southeastern Raqqa

The Syrian Army troops are now on the threshold of capturing all lands South-East of Raqqa province after they won back more territories from ISIL in their push towards Deir Ezzur.

Jul 26 10:17

Israel continues supporting terrorists in Syria

Syria’s Permanent Representative at the UN Bashar al-Jaafari said that the Israeli occupation continues to provide support to the armed terrorist groups across the occupied lands and targets the positions of the Syrian Army which is fighting terrorism.

In a statement at the UN Security Council’s session on the situation in the Middle East held on Tuesday, al-Jaafari restated Syria’s principled and firm stance in favor of the rights the Palestinian people to self-determination, establishing their independent state with Al Quds (Jerusalem) as its capital, and guaranteeing the Palestinian refugees’ right to return based on the UN resolution no. 194 for 1948 as a non-negotiable right that can’t be subject to concessions.

Jul 26 10:17

Iraq turns to Russia for military support, oil deals, rebuild infrastructure

Iraq's vice president has reached out to Russia during a high-profile visit, saying he seeks closer ties with Moscow after 14 consecutive years of U.S. military intervention in his country.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"You can't DO that! The whole point of bombing your old infrastructure into rubble is that WE get to sell you NEW infrastructure!!!!" -- Official White Horse Souse

Jul 26 10:12

The Batman Killer -a prescription for murder?

James Holmes, a young man with no record of violence, murdered 12 people watching Batman in a Colorado cinema in 2012.

Did an SSRI antidepressant, prescribed by a doctor, play a part in the killings?

Jul 26 10:12

Poland in Crisis -- Globalist Traitors Battle Nationalists

We're in a life-and-death struggle
for the future of the human race
between Communists (satanist, globalists,"liberals")
and nationalists.
As in America, globalists in Poland are
resorting to extreme behavior to intimidate
their opponents. In the article below
a Polish reader conveys the
urgency of the situation.

Jul 26 10:11

US pledges $140 million for Lebanon's refugee crisis

The United States will give Lebanon more than $140 million in humanitarian aid to address the needs of Syrian refugees and Lebanese communities hosting refugees, the U.S. Department of State announced Wednesday

Webmaster's Commentary: 

So, the US Government doesn't have enough tax dollars to take care of homeless Americans, but can dish it out to other countries left and right!

Jul 26 10:10

Shock Horror! CIA Director Admits US Trying to Overthrow Venezuelan Government

US Central Intelligence Agency Director Mike Pompeo has admitted the US is working to change the elected government of Venezuela, and collaborating with Colombia and Mexico to do so. While it's the first public acknowledgement of US meddling in the embattled country, Latin American political analysts likely won’t be surprized.

Jul 26 10:10

Terrorists Control Less than 10sq/km of Area in Arsal, Hezbollah on Verge of Great Victory

Only 7sq/km of land has remained under the control of the Al-Nusra Front (Tahrir al-Sham Hay'at or the Levant Liberation Board) in the mountainous region at Lebanon-Syria Border, a military source said, adding that the Lebanese Hezbollah fighters are now on the verge of capturing the entire of Arsal heights.

The source confirmed that only three heights stretching over 7sq/km of area are under Al-Nusra Front's control in Arsal heights, adding the resistance forces will soon reach the regions of Wadi Hamid and al-Malahi after capturing the terrorist-held three heights.

Once, Hezbollah seizes control over the three heights, it will complete liberation of Arsal heights, the source said.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Maybe this is the reason for the sudden White House concern over Hezbollah; they are speeding up the end of the war in Syria!

Jul 26 10:05

Are America’s Wars Just and Moral?

“One knowledgeable official estimates that the CIA-backed fighters may have killed or wounded 100,000 Syrian soldiers and their allies,” writes columnist David Ignatius.

Given that Syria’s prewar population was not 10 percent of ours, this is the equivalent of a million dead and wounded Americans. What justifies America’s participation in this slaughter?

Jul 26 10:04

Trump Pledges Support for Lebanon’s Anti-ISIS Push

Speaking today with Lebanese Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri, President Trump praised ongoing efforts in Lebanon for the nation to “guard its borders” and prevent infiltration by ISIS and other militant groups, pledging unspecified amounts of US aid to help with that effort.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Yep, they are going to extend the war into Lebanon!

Jul 26 10:03

Haley Urges Security Council to Consider Hizbullah a 'Destructive Terrorist Force'

U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley has urged the U.N. Security Council to consider Hizbullah "a destructive terrorist force" and "a major obstacle to peace" that is "dedicated to the destruction of Israel."

She said the council must get serious about enforcing its resolutions that involve Hizbullah and its backer Iran, including many calling on the armed group to disarm.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

So Trump's comment about Hezbollah (see below) may not have been a simple goof, but the opening propaganda in kicking up a new Middle East war!

Jul 26 10:01

The World's Largest Humanitarian Crisis Is Basically Being Blacked Out by Western Media

The Arab world’s richest country, Saudi Arabia, went to war against the Arab world’s poorest country in 2015. In this period, Yemen – with a population of 25 million – has been substantially destroyed. The United Nations has been tracking the scale of the atrocity. The numbers are bewildering. Close to 20,000 people have died in this war, at least half of them civilians. The numbers of those injured could not be tabulated as half of Yemen’s hospitals and medical centers do not work. This means there is no accurate measure of those who come in to be treated.

Jul 26 10:00

Trump-Bezos War Escalates: "Is WaPo 'Lobbyist Weapon For Amazon' Against Congress?"

President Trump took his first shot at what appears to be referencing an article about his decision to end a CIA program that backed Syrian rebels. The Post reported last week that Trump shuttered a CIA program to support Syrian rebels in the fight against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in a major victory for Russia. Russian officials had reportedly seen the program as an attack on the country’s interests...

Jul 26 10:00

Trump trips up over claims Lebanon on 'frontline' against Hezbollah

Trump's knowledge of foreign policy called into question as he claims Hezbollah is a 'menace' to Lebanon, it's people and the entire Middle East

Jul 26 09:59

“WE ARE DECLARING WAR ON CASH,” BANK SPOKESMAN ANDY GERLT

Here is yet more proof of what happens when slow, methodical planning, manufactured consent, and corporate influence combine their forces. The result is an unholy union between academic ideologists, political puppets, and corporate greed manifested in what can only be described as a juggernaut; A slow, relentlessly moving object that will crush anything in its path. Note juggernauts are also prone to crushing their devotees as well.

Jul 26 09:59

Daesh, Al-Nusra's Options in Syria Qalamoun, Arsal: Surrender or Die

Al-Nusra Front and Daesh (also known as ISIS, ISIL) terrorists have no more options but to surrender or die after the recent Syrian Army and Lebanese Hezbollah's operations in the two countries' joint borders.

According to Tasnim dispatches, 1500 Daesh terrorists in the Lebanon’s eastern mountains along the Syrian border are awaiting their sure destiny of dying or surrendering.

Daesh terrorists are scattered in 250 square kilometers in the Lebanon mountains and up to 100 square kilometers in the Syrian highlands.

Jul 26 09:58

Lebanon's Hizbollah says Syria border assault 'nearing end'

Lebanese movement Hizbollah said on Monday its fight against militant groups along the eastern border with war-ravaged Syria was "nearing its end", and called on fighters to surrender.

Hizbollah announced a major push on Friday to clear both sides of Lebanon's border with Syria from "armed terrorists".

Jul 26 09:57

Berri: Resistance Fighters Battling Militants on Behalf of Lebanon

Speaker Nabih Berri lauded the “efforts” of the Resistance fighters as he assured that they are battling al-Nusra Front militants in the outskirts of Arsal “on behalf of Lebanon and the Lebanese,” al-Joumhouria daily reported on Tuesday.

“The outskirts of Arsal is an occupied Lebanese land. It is our duty to liberate it. The Resistance is fighting the terrorists there. It is doing so on behalf of Lebanon and the entire Lebanese without exception, just as our fight against the Israelis in the south (in 2006) expressed the opinion of Lebanon and Lebanese,” Berri was quoted by the daily as telling his visitors.

“Today, the troika of Army, People, Resistance stands out to express itself well. Today, like always, the people stand behind the Army and the Resistance,” he added.

Jul 26 09:51

Putin: "Aggression is a sign of weakness" - Hillary, take note! [Video]

On July 21, President Putin held an almost 4 hour long session with students of all ages from "Sirius" in Sochi. The Center is a multi-disciplinary educational facility for gifted children, offering everything from sports to music, maths, physics and even chess. It was opened in 2014, and was Putin’s own creation. In this outtake, President Putin talks about the importance of being able to keep your cool in stressful situations, which in turn is an advantage in dealing with people who cannot. “When a person has no better argument – they become aggressive.” Hillary, take note!

Jul 26 09:50

Ukraine for sale: 900 state-owned enterprises to be privatized by oligarchs

Almost 900 state companies will be privatized in Ukraine before the end of 2020, including large banks, industrial plants and three film studios. Their list was promulgated by the Ministry of Economic Development and Trade of the country.

"Out of 3444 state enterprises, 893 are subject to privatization in 2017-2020" - the press service of the ministry said.

Jul 26 09:50

A Media Primer on the Art of Writing Russian Scare Stories

Over the past couple of years we in the media have, by and large, risen to the challenge and the need for publishing a good variety of Russian scare stories. That is all well and good, but it is my belief that unless we continue to publish pieces which adhere to the same journalistic standards, the narrative we have been working so hard to maintain might be lost and the general public might begin to suspect that we’ve been taking them for a ride. That won’t do, of course, and so in the interests of keeping the narrative flowing, here is a basic primer on the art of writing Russian scare stories for public consumption

Jul 26 09:48

NATO Squabbles: Germany Freezes Arms Shipments to Turkey

Germany has frozen all arms deliveries to Turkey, a newspaper reported on July 21, amid a row between the NATO partners that has sharply worsened since the arrest of several rights activists in Istanbul.

Berlin stepped up its travel advisory for Turkey on July 20 and warned it would review state guarantees for foreign investment there—measures which Ankara labelled “blackmail and threats.”

Jul 26 09:45

Russia and NATO - A History of Attempting Rapprochement

With all of the anti-Russia sentiment swirling about in Washington since Hillary Clinton lost the 2016 run for president, a look back in time is in order. As mentioned very briefly in the recent Oliver Stone interviews of Vladimir Putin, at one point during the Clinton Administration, Russia had considered joining NATO, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization that was created in the post-Second World War period to protect Europe from the Communist hordes that were surely going to attempt to take over Europe and convert its citizenry from their capitalistic beliefs.

Looking back to 1991 during the Bush I Administration and just after the collapse of the Soviet Union, we find this in the New York Times of December 21, 1991, one day after the December 20, 1991 NATO meeting where the Soviet Union announced its demise:

Jul 26 09:45

Search of Linkin Park lead singer’s home turns up no drugs following suicide

Law enforcement officials reportedly told TMZ that no prescription drugs or illegal drugs were found in Linkin Park lead singer Chester Bennington’s home following his suicide by hanging, although a partly drank bottle of alcohol was found nearby.

Jul 26 09:44

Student, 21, ‘fifth in one year’ to take own life at Bristol University

‘A doctor diagnosed her with clinical depression. Medication stopped the head shakes and twitches but she still thought she was going to be like this for the rest of her life.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

More pills, more suicides.

Jul 26 09:43

Putin, Iraqi vice-president discuss possible supplies of T-90 tanks

Possible supplies of Russian-made T-90 tanks to Iraq were discussed at today’s talks between Russian President Vladimir Putin and visiting Iraqi Vice President Nuri al-Maliki, chief of Russia’s Federal Service for Military Technical Cooperation Dmitry Shugayev said on Tuesday.

"This topic was raised, as was the entire current agenda," he told journalists but refused to say whether the meeting has yielded any concrete decision on that matter.

"We have an intergovernmental commission which works under its own plan. I would not comment on any details [concerning tanks supplies], on any nuances about the quantity, etc.," he said.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The performance of Russian military equipment in Syria has been stellar, and people are noticing.

So now, ironically, the US government's regime change in Baghdad is bringing Russia and Iraq closer, both in terms of relationships, and military hardware?!?

Baghdad seeking ‘substantial’ Russian military & political presence in Iraq – vice-president

Call me silly, but I sincerely doubt that this was the outcome President Bush envisioned when the US military invaded Iraq to control its oilfields, and in what currency that oil was sold for!!

Jul 26 09:42

EU at war: Brussels cracks as Brexit and member states tear apart united front

BREXIT is causing cracks across the European Union as individual member states start outlining what THEY want from Britain.

Jul 26 09:42

How Kaczynski Is Driving Poland Away from Europe

Jaroslaw Kaczynski, the most powerful politician in Poland, is the architect of judicial reforms that have drawn massive criticism across Europe. As the Polish government chips away at checks and balances, is it possible the politician could drive the country out of the EU?

Jul 26 09:42

Gainor: NYT, WaPo Just ‘Vanity Press’ Propped Up by Billionaire Owners

Gainor said, “It’s hard to take the New York Times seriously. The only more shrill and ridiculous print outlet in the country anymore is the Washington Post.”

Jul 26 09:41

Chechens, Arabs clash on the streets of Vienna with baseball bats

It is reported that several natives of Chechnya attacked an 18-year-old Syrian national with a baseball bat this Monday in Austria.

According to media reports, an attack was carried out on an 18-year-old Iraqi national in another location, on the same day, who received three stab wounds. The police believe that the reason for both acts of violence is revenge for an attack on two young Russian nationals in a local night club, which was committed a day earlier.

Jul 26 09:39

‘Stop telling everyone what to do!’ Merkel accused of treating Macron like her student

ANGELA Merkel has been accused of treating European Union (EU) member states like “students”, with Germany playing the role of all-knowing “professor”.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Jul 26 09:35

MEDIA REFUSES TO SHOW THIS VIDEO OF BOY SCOUTS CHEERING POTUS TRUMP

The media monsters are actually attempting to spin the speech as a negative, calling it “hyper partisan.” NO, what it was is a president being enthusiastically cheered by thousands who support the current POTUS despite all of the lies and smears being leveled against him 24/7 by the Deep State and its Mainstream Media machine.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This is just the corporate presstitutes and whorespondents, playing at their usual games here.

Jul 26 09:34

TOP US OFFICIALS COVERED UP UN-CAUSED CHOLERA OUTBREAK IN HAITI

A groundbreaking March 2017 report from Slate revealed that newly released emails showed officials at the highest levels of the U.S. government were aware almost immediately that U.N. forces likely played a role in a cholera outbreak which may have killed tens of thousands. Multiple federal agencies, from national security officials to scientists on the front lines, shielded the United Nations from accountability to protect the organization and themselves. Obama’s U.N. ambassadors, Susan Rice and Samantha Power dodged the issue as the administration danced between often contradictory goals of protecting human rights, asserting American dominance, and defending an institution central to its multilateral diplomacy.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

So, let me get my head around this: UN peacekeepers in Haiti brought cholera to that beleaguered country, so the UN tried to cover it up?!?!?

Every single UN and US officials who were a part of this should be tried by the International Court in the Hague, and be cooling their heels in jail for a long, long time; of course, we know this will happen only when pigs learn their capacity for flight.

Jul 26 09:28

RAND PAUL INTRODUCES “OBAMACARE REPEAL” ACT

Late last night, U.S. Senator Rand Paul reintroduced the Obamacare repeal legislation passed by Congress in 2015 as an amendment to the American Healthcare Act of 2017 [HR 1628]. The Obamacare Repeal Reconciliation Act [Amendment No. 271] will be voted on by the Senate today.

Jul 26 09:27

THE REAL COSTS OF CHEAP SURVEILLANCE

The rise of social credit?

All this could spread very deeply into our lives, raising concerns about invasions of privacy. What if credit bureau ratings incorporated the creditworthiness of an applicant’s friends? Or her educational background, the make of her car or whether she uses all capital letters in her text messages? The U.S. Consumer Finance Protection Bureau has opened an inquiry into the dangers such practices might pose.

Jul 26 09:23

Rosemary Protects Against Radiation!

By Neenah Payne

We are being exposed to ever higher levels of radiation from technology. Dr. Axe points out in Electromagnetic Radiation: Are EMFs Really a Risk?: “A basic point to remember is that EMFs come from all sorts of things, including your microwave, cell phone, cordless telephones, smart meters, TV and radio broadcasts, computers, power lines, fitness tracking devices, routers, and, of course, ultraviolet waves, x-rays, and gamma rays. We are practically bathed in EMFs at all times.” ...

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