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January 19, 2018

Jan 19 10:41

SYRIAN WAR REPORT – JANUARY 19, 2018: SYRIAN TROOPS ALMOST CLOSED EASTERN IDLIB POCKET

On January 18, the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) and Iranian-backed militias liberated the village of Qaytal fom Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham (formerly Jabhat al-Nusra) in southern Aleppo and almost closed the eastern Idlib pocket.

Late on the same day, ISIS reportedly captured thirty villages, including Rasm al-Dhaba, al-Muwaylah, abu Ajwa, Muakar Shamali, Huma, Najm Al-Zuhur, Umm Qurun and Rasm Arira, in northeastern Hama and southwestern Aleppo from Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham (HTS).

According to reports, some of HTS members withdrew from the area to avoid being encircled by the SAA while the rest of them just joined ISIS.

The pro-opposition news outlet Enab Baladi also reported that ISIS fighters started an advance to reach the SAA-held village Tell Daman in order to open a route towards Idlib province.

Jan 19 10:38

Freeze warning once again for parts of the Suncoast

Don't put away the jackets quite yet as another round of freezing temperatures can be expected Friday morning.

High pressure building in will keep skies clear tonight and winds rather light, but we will still see wind chills in the upper 20s to low 30s to start the day on Friday.

Jan 19 10:38

People flocking to low-tax states could swing future elections

Just a month ago, as friends and families prepared to gather for the holiday season, the men and women at the U.S. Census Bureau were busy releasing their latest annual estimates of population changes across the United States.

With the hustle and bustle of the season, many Americans missed the important new data. The new census estimates detail how states have grown since the last full census in 2010. The estimates provide some fascinating insight on what we can expect from the quickly approaching 2020 Census.

For those of us wonky enough to follow the annual trends in state-by-state migration, the numbers were an early Christmas gift.

Jan 19 10:38

FBI HAS LAUNCHED THREE INVESTIGATIONS INTO CLINTONS - Report: Second Special Counsel to investigate Clinton crimes

Despite the silence of the mainstream media, the Clintons are once again under criminal investigation.

The Department of Justice under Attorney General Jeff Sessions has opened criminal investigations against the Clinton Foundation in Little Rock and in New York.



Emigrate While You Still Can - Finca Bayano In Panama!

Finco Bayano
Jan 19 10:35

Orange County California Homeless 2017

Jan 19 10:34

"I thought, I'm going to get a helicopter no matter what." : Aussie man hires a chopper in frantic search to find Missing son - And Finds Him.

Australian man Tony Lethbridge couldn't sleep. It was early Monday morning and his 17-year-old son Samuel was missing.
It had been almost 24 hours since anyone had heard from him.
It was out of character and his family feared the worst.
Emergency services attempting to free Samuel Lethbridge from his vehicle.

Jan 19 10:33

North Korea to send about 230 cheerleaders to Olympics for its 2 competing athletes.

North Korea has agreed to participate in the Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang in the first breakthrough of talks with South Korea that began on Tuesday at the three-storey Peace House, on the South Korean side of the border village of Panmunjom in the demilitarized zone (DMZ).

Jan 19 10:33

NSA Offered Hillary Clinton’s “Lost” Emails to FBI— Comey Turned Them Down

As Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election expands, one curious detail in Hillary Clinton’s email probe remains. The “lost” emails from Clinton’s private server aren’t lost — in fact — the NSA has them, but during the FBI’s investigation, Comey didn’t want to hear about it.



Jan 19 10:32

FLASHBACK - CIA Targeted Assassinations by Induced Heart Attack and Cancer

In 1975, during the Church Committee hearings, the existence of a secret assassination weapon came to light. The CIA had developed a poison that caused the victim to have an immediate heart attack. This poison could be frozen into the shape of a dart and then fired at high speed from a pistol. The gun was capable of shooting the icy projectile with enough speed that the dart would go right through the clothes of the target and leave just a tiny red mark. Once in the body the poison would melt and be absorbed into the blood and cause a heart attack! The poison was developed to be undetectable by modern autopsy procedures.

Can you give a person cancer?

If cancer in animals can be caused by injecting them with cancer viruses and bacteria, it would certainly be possible to do the same with human beings!

Jan 19 10:29

A Dozen COPS & Their Shameful Home Invasion Caught on Camera

Jan 19 10:27

The United States of Hypocrisy vs. The Lawful Hawaiian Government (Full Version) - Ken O'Keefe

Jan 19 10:27

Anderson Cooper Tells Conan Haiti Is 'Among The Richest Countries I've Ever Been To'

CNN’s Anderson Cooper on Thursday gave Conan O’Brien a glowing review of Haiti before the talk show host’s trip there. In a chat on “Conan,” Cooper declared the Caribbean nation “among the richest countries I’ve ever been to.”



Jan 19 10:24

The Deep State And The “Alarming” Memo On FISA Abuses

A four-page memo circulating in Congress that reveals alleged United States government surveillance abuses is being described by lawmakers as “shocking,” “troubling” and “alarming,” with one congressman likening the details to KGB activity in Russia.

Speaking with Fox News, the lawmakers said they could not yet discuss the contents of the memo they reviewed on Thursday after it was released to members by the House Intelligence Committee. But they say the memo should be immediately made public.

“It is so alarming the American people have to see this,” Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan said.

“It’s troubling. It is shocking,” North Carolina Rep. Mark Meadows said. “Part of me wishes that I didn’t read it because I don’t want to believe that those kinds of things could be happening in this country that I call home and love so much.”

Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz said he believed people could lose their jobs after the memo is released.

Jan 19 10:16

FLASHBACK - Clintons Facilitated Donor’s Haiti Project That Defrauded U.S. Out of Millions

A federal agency rushed to approve funding for a Clinton donor’s sham Haiti recovery project that ended up defrauding the U.S. government out of millions, according to court transcripts and internal government documents obtained by the Washington Free Beacon.

Miami businessman Claudio Osorio, who is currently serving 12 years in federal prison on fraud charges, leveraged his relationship with Bill and Hillary Clinton to help his company InnoVida obtain a $10 million loan from the Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC) for a Haiti housing project in 2010.

Jan 19 10:15

FLASHBACK - Clinton Foundation AIDS Program Distributed ‘Watered-Down’ Drugs To Third World Countries

Former President Bill Clinton and his Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI) distributed “watered-down” HIV/AIDs drugs to patients in sub-Saharan Africa, and “likely increased” the risks of morbidity and mortality, according to a draft congressional report obtained by The Daily Caller News Foundation.

The congressional report, titled,“The Clinton Foundation and The India Success Story,” was initiated by Rep. Marsha Blackburn, a Tennessee Republican and vice-chair of the House Energy and Commerce Committee.

The CHAI program to help AIDS victims is considered one of the Clinton Foundation’s most important contributions and is probably its best known initiative.

The congressional report focused on Clinton’s decade-long relationship with a controversial Indian drug manufacturer called Ranbaxy, which CHAI used as one of its main distributors of HIV/AIDS drugs to Third World countries.

Jan 19 10:14

"Explosive", "Shocking" And "Alarming" FISA Memo Set To Rock DC, "End Mueller Investigation"

All hell is breaking loose in Washington D.C. after a four-page memo detailing extensive FISA court abuse was made available to the entire House of Representatives Thursday. The contents of the memo are so explosive, says Journalist Sara Carter, that it could lead to the removal of senior officials in the FBI and the Department of Justice and the end of Robert Mueller's special counsel investigation.



Jan 19 10:13

Hungary Introduces "Stop Soros" Legislation To Fend Off Illegal Migrants By "Every Means Possible"

Hungarian lawmakers previewed a proposed legislation package aimed at stemming the flood of mass illegal migrants through "every means possible," including those who are aided by foreign funded NGOs such as the various organizations tied to billionaire George Soros.

The legislative package presented during a Wednesday cabinet meeting has been referred to as the "Stop Soros Act" by government spokesman Zoltan Kovacs, in reference to the 87-year-old US-Hungarian financier who has been in a long-standing fallout with Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán.

Jan 19 10:13

Afrin knot: How the battle for a small Kurdish enclave could be the death knell for US-Turkey ties

This week, the countdown began for Afrin, a Kurdish-held enclave in the north of Syria which is feverously preparing for a major Turkish offensive. Over the past few days, international media have been reporting about Turkish troops, tanks and armored vehicles rolling towards the Syrian border.

The upcoming intervention in Afrin is said to be an extension of Turkey’s Euphrates Shield Operation, the declared goal of which was to target Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS) and drive Kurdish forces out of their enclaves in northern Syria.

Jan 19 10:12

Astronauts may soon have no way to reach NASA's $100 billion space station

NASA has spent the better part of 20 years and $100 billion working on the International Space Station.

But in a couple of years, astronauts may have no way to get to and from the US space agency's football-field-size laboratory in the sky, according to testimonies from government officials on Wednesday.

The problem is a lack of available spaceships, both foreign and domestic.

NASA contracted Boeing and SpaceX to build a safer and more cost-effective replacement for its space shuttle, which was retired in July 2011. The original contracts called for certification and regular flights with astronauts by the end of 2017, but that didn't happen.

To fill the gap while the companies developed their spaceships, NASA purchased seats aboard Russia's Soyuz spacecraft.

Delays by Boeing and SpaceX prompted the space agency to purchase more seats — at exorbitant prices — but it appears even that option will soon expire.



Owl 1
Jan 19 10:09

Hillary Clinton confidant was interviewed by FBI in connection to the salacious dossier

A close friend, advisor and confidant of presidential candidate Hillary Clinton was allegedly interviewed by the FBI in connection with the controversial dossier that was used ‘in part’ as evidence by the bureau to obtain a warrant to investigate members of President Trump’s campaign team, according to several sources who spoke to this reporter.

Sidney Blumenthal, a former journalist and a close friend of Clinton, was interviewed by the FBI in 2016 regarding the dossier that alleged Trump colluded with Russia, the sources stated. Department of Justice officials, however, declined to comment on Blumenthal or the dossier.

FBI officials declined to comment.

Jan 19 10:08

USA Gymnastics abandons Karolyi Ranch amid sex-abuse scandal

Scandal-rocked USA Gymnastics announced Thursday it will no longer train gymnasts at the famed Karolyi Ranch in Texas, where powerhouse Olympic teams were built and where some athletes say they were molested by the team doctor, Larry Nassar.
The move comes a few days after Simone Biles, the star of the 2016 games, revealed that she was abused by Nassar and said she could not bear the thought of training again at the facility near Huntsville."It breaks my heart even more to think that as I work toward my dream of competing in Tokyo 2020, I will have to continually return to the same training facility where I was abused," Biles wrote on her social media accounts.

Jan 19 10:05

Researchers take step towards a better flu vaccine

Researchers think they’ve taken a solid step towards making a better flu vaccine by fiddling around with the genetics of influenza viruses.
Current flu vaccines are not very good, experts agree.

Jan 19 10:01

#MeToo frenzy deprives men of ‘indispensable freedom’ to hit on women – Catherine Deneuve

A hundred prominent French women, including actress Catherine Deneuve, have denounced the #MeToo campaign, saying it patronizes women and summarily punishes men for minor misdeeds, which only plays into the hands of “puritans.”

In an open letter published in the newspaper Le Monde, the women acknowledged that while the campaign helped expose many cases of “sexual violence that women are subject to, particularly in their professional lives,” it had now gone too far.

“Men have been punished summarily, forced out of their jobs when all they did was touch someone’s knee or try to steal a kiss,” reads the letter. “Instead of helping women this frenzy to send these ‘pigs’ to the abattoir actually helps the enemies of sexual liberty – religious extremists and the worst sort of reactionaries.”



Jan 19 10:01

Tillerson says U.S. has no intention to build border force in Syria

U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on Wednesday denied that the United States had any intention to build a Syria-Turkey border force, saying the issue, which has incensed Ankara, had been “misportrayed.”

Jan 19 10:00

Sales of Trump properties suggestive of money-laundering: researcher

Testimony to the U.S. Congress by the head of a political research firm indicates that the Trump Organization’s sales of properties to Russian nationals may have involved money-laundering, the top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee said on Thursday.

The panel released the transcript of a Nov. 14 closed-door interview with Fusion GPS founder Glenn Simpson, whose firm hired a former British spy to research then-presidential candidate Donald Trump’s campaign ties to Russians and produced a dossier.

“Those transcripts reveal serious allegations that the Trump Organization may have engaged in money laundering with Russian nationals,” Representative Adam Schiff said.

Jan 19 10:00

4th rape trial collapses as Oxford student cleared of charges before trial

A two-year rape case against an Oxford University student has been dropped just days before his trial, after a “new set of eyes” re-examined the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) case against him.
Oliver Mears, 19, from Horley, Surrey, was on track to become a successful scientist before being arrested on suspicion of raping and indecently assaulting a woman at a party in July 2015.

His trial had been set down to start on Monday, but the CPS asked the judge to record a not guilty verdict after the evidence was reviewed, the Times reports. After Mears spent two years in limbo, the prosecution said it would not be submitting any evidence.

“This has been hanging over Oliver for two years and he has been under enormous stress for 10 percent of his life. It was a very poor and slow investigation by the police and there has been very late disclosure,” a source, who asked not to be identified, told the newspaper.

Jan 19 09:59

Masha Gessen: 'Russians didn't elect Donald Trump - Americans did' - Viewsnight



Jan 19 09:58

Cleveland Tells Wind Industry, ‘Government is Not Your Sugar Daddy’

Rep. Bobby Cleveland is submitting legislation to halt tax incentives for renewable resources. If passed, it would impact the wind and solar power industry in Oklahoma.

House Bill 2908 would repeal Senate Bill 440 which allowed the zero-emission energy facilities to collect tax credits.

“It’s time we do away with this costly tax credit,” said Cleveland. “The government is not your sugar daddy, no matter how hard the wind industry may wish. Wind companies are no longer in their infancy, and the industry is stable enough to stand on its own feet.”

Jan 19 09:57

Ruthless RBS bankers ordered staff to let struggling customers ‘hang themselves’ to make every penny during the financial crisis, newly uncovered documents reveal

Ruthless bankers ordered staff to let struggling customers ‘hang themselves’ in an effort to squeeze out every last penny of profit during the financial crisis.

A damning memo by a manager at Royal Bank of Scotland sheds new light on the cutthroat culture at a turnaround unit meant to save failing firms from collapse.

RBS’s controversial Global Restructuring Group (GRG) has long been accused of deliberately wrecking firms it was supposed to rescue and seizing their assets.

The note – released by the bailed-out Natwest owner after pressure from MPs – shows the extent to which some staff were prepared to go.

Jan 19 09:56

Revealed: Santander boss ran the toxic RBS arm that sunk small firms and seized their assets, MPs claim

The boss of Santander was at the heart of a scandal over a ruthless unit accused of wrecking small businesses, Parliament heard yesterday.

Nathan Bostock oversaw a Royal Bank of Scotland division which campaigners claim deliberately destroyed firms and seized their assets, MPs revealed.

Jan 19 09:56

Austrian diplomat, OSCE observer killed in Donetsk Republic

A former Austrian diplomat with many years of experience, and an OSCE observer in Donbass has died in Kramatorsk (Donetsk region of Ukraine). The circumstances of the death have not yet been reported.



Lockerdome
Jan 19 09:56

Dying former Miss Wisconsin USA: Trump was there for me in my darkest moments

Jan 19 09:54

RBS carried out "largest theft anywhere, ever" by its actions over struggling firms, MP's hear

ROYAL Bank of Scotland’s treatment of small businesses may be the “largest theft anywhere” as it carved up firms like a “Sunday roast” because they wanted to move or make a complaint, MP’s have heard.

The lender’s controversial global restructuring group (GRG) was “more like an abattoir” where firms were taken apart as part of an “intended and co-ordinated strategy” to raise funds.

The GRG was set up as the bank’s turnaround unit for struggling businesses but was disbanded in 2014 amid allegations of grievous customer mistreatment.

Jan 19 09:53

James O'Keefe on Hannity - January 15, 2018

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Jan 19 09:50

President of Ukraine obtains full control of military - no parliamentary consent needed

The Verkhovna Rada has adopted the law on the reintegration of the Donbass in the final reading. In particular, it allows the Ukrainian president, without agreement with the parliament, to use the army against the self-proclaimed republics. The document does not mention Minsk agreements at all. Now the law must be signed by Peter Poroshenko .

Officially, the law No. 7163, which the Verkhovna Rada considered for three consecutive days, is intended for "the peculiarities of the state policy on ensuring Ukraine's state sovereignty over the temporarily occupied territories in Donetsk and Lugansk regions."

Jan 19 09:49

Major storm hits northern Europe with hurricane-force winds, at least 10 killed

A powerful windstorm swept over northern Europe on January 18, 2018, killing at least 10 people. Officials in the Netherlands reported winds up to 120 km/h (74 mph) and gusts to 140 km/h (87 mph) at the height of the storm while Germany saw winds up to 203 km/h (126 mph). According to the German Weather Service (DWD), this was the worst storm to strike Germany since 2007.?

Jan 19 09:49

Deadly gales halt trains and flights across north-west Europe

Violent gales have battered north-west Europe, killing at least nine people, toppling trees and trucks, bringing down power lines, grounding aircraft and halting road and rail traffic across the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany.

Jan 19 09:49

Snowfall Covers All 50 States for First Time Since 2010

As of Wednesday morning, snowfall covered at least part of all 50 states and blanketed 52.3 percent of the country, WMTV reported.



Jan 19 09:48

Swedish PM does not rule out use of army to end gang violence

Sweden will do whatever it takes, including sending in the army, to end a wave of gang violence that has seen a string of deadly shootings, Prime Minister Stefan Lofven said in Wednesday.

Jan 19 09:48

‘Secure EU Borders’: Austria’s Kurz and Merkel Clash Over Migrant Quotas

Angela Merkel and her Austrian counterpart Sebastian Kurz clashed over immigration in their first meeting Wednesday, with the seasoned German chancellor saying Vienna’s resistance to sharing out refugees across the bloc was “wrong”.

Jan 19 09:47

WATCH: London’s Khan Doubles Down: ‘Trump Amplifies Racism and Fascism’

London Mayor Sadiq Khan has “refus[ed] to apologise” for his attacks on Donald J. Trump, doubling down and accusing the U.S. president of “amplifying” racism and fascism.


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Jan 19 09:47

Paris Metro Drivers Refuse to Stop at Certain Stations Citing Passenger Safety

Drivers working for the Régie Autonome des Transports Parisiens (RATP), Paris’s publicly-owned transport company, say that several stations to the north of Paris have become rife with drug use and criminality and present a danger to passengers, French broadcaster BFMTV reports.

According to the RATP union UNSA, there are drug addicts and dealers seen daily on lines 4 and 12 at stations like Marcadet Poissonnier and Porte de la Chapelle with the later station also being a well-known place for migrants to camp out.

The union also says that the safety of the RATP employees is impacted in troubled areas as the number of violent incidents toward the employees has increased dramatically in recent months.

Jan 19 09:46

Long-distance trains cancelled across Germany until further notice due to hurricane

Long-distance trains across the country have been cancelled until further notice, Deutsche Bahn (DB) said on Thursday as it took precautions against hurricane "Friederike."

For safety reasons, long-distance trains will not be running until further notice, a DB spokesperson told the German Press Agency (DPA) on Thursday afternoon.

Jan 19 09:46

'EU dream is DEAD' - Juncker's plot for EU superstate is over and MORE members will leave

The EU27 is faced with a series of long-term challenges which, combined with Brexit, are causing “a lot of friction beneath the surface”, experts from Stratfor warned.

And one of the geopolitcal firm’s specialists claimed the only way Brussels would realise its dream of a United States of Europe would be if the bloc “removed three-quarters of its members”.

Jan 19 09:45

‘Branson bailout’ protests erupt as anger grows with East Coast rail

Angry protestors have descended upon London’s Kings Cross Station to share their rage over the proposed £2 billion bailout for Virgin Trains East Coast rail service, owned by one of the world’s richest men, Richard Branson.
The train service, which is a joint venture between Stagecoach and Branson’s Virgin Group, pledged to pay more than £3 billion (US$4.1 billion) to run the rail service until 2023. In November, the rail line announced that the deal will be terminated with the government three years early.

Simultaneous protests kicked off on Thursday morning, with campaigners shaking money tins at commuters in London, Edinburgh, Manchester, Surrey, and Bristol to demonstrate their anger over the botched rail re-privatization.



Jan 19 09:44

Massive flu outbreak? Here’s the real story the media won’t touch. The lies, the hoax, the scandal. Jan15

Why is this year’s vaccine ineffective? Because it’s made using chicken eggs, and researchers have discovered that the flu virus—which is placed in the vaccine—mutates in chicken eggs.

Therefore, by the time a person takes the flu shot, he’s not being protected against this year’s seasonal flu virus. He’s being protected against a mutated virus that isn’t causing the flu this year.

This is the conventional explanation. If you think it’s the whole story, I have condos for sale on the moon.

You see, vaccines have been made using chicken eggs—not just this year—but for the past 70 years.

Oops.

Jan 19 09:44

Perris parents face life in prison for starving, torturing children, say prosecutors

At first, the Turpin children were tied up with rope at their family home. But as they tried to get free, they were hogtied. Living in filth, they were only allowed to shower once a year. They were starved to the point of stunted growth, and their parents taunted them with food, buying apple pies and leaving them on the counter uneaten.

Jan 19 09:44

Vancouver Aquarium will no longer keep whales and dolphins in captivity

The Vancouver Aquarium is giving up its fight to keep whales and dolphins in captivity, saying the heated public debate on the issue is hindering its conservation work.

Jan 19 09:43

So-called "moderate rebels" shell a kindergarten in Syria's Aleppo

Yesterday a barrage of rockets fired by so-called "moderate rebels" targeted a kindergarten in Aleppo, Syria's largest city and industrial hub.

Four missiles hit the al-Zahraa district in Aleppo's west, with two of those missiles hitting the Al-Wahaa kindergarten.

Children were quickly taken to the kindergartens basement until it was safe enough to emerge.

The resulting attack killed a bus driver, a kindergarten teacher and wounded four children who were all treated in hospital.



Jan 19 09:41

'Bigoted students' brand Jacob Rees-Mogg an 'extremist' and demand SU Chief be removed

Frida Gustafsson, 22, who is the President of Sussex University’s Student Union, posed with the Conservative MP on a trip to Parliament and is now facing a petition to have her removed as the leader.

The petition to have her removed reads: “Following the recent out cry with the SU’s recent trip to the House of Parliament, there are questions about Frida Gustafsson’s leadership in the SU.

“Fraternising with extremists who hold anti-choice, racist, and homophobic ideologies is not something that Sussex should endorse.

“Public or private life aside, she is our elected representative, but she has given us reason to hold no confidence in her, and democratically we must hold her to account.”

Jan 19 09:40

China in talks for sale of jet engine technology to Germany

China is in talks to sell Germany state-of-the-art machinery and technology critical in the manufacture of high-performance jet engines, a senior government scientist has revealed.The machinery produced turbine blades capable of withstanding temperatures several hundred degrees Celsius higher than the melting point of metallic alloys, the scientist said. The scientist, who is involved in the negotiations, asked not to be named because of the sensitivity of the matter.

Jan 19 09:39

US Lawmakers Warn Any Strike Against DPRK Would Cause ‘Massive Casualties’

US Democratic congressmen have warned the White House that even a “limited strike” against North Korea would in all likelihood lead to all-out war and massive casualties. This comes after US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson warned of just such a limited strike if Pyongyang doesn’t relinquish their nuclear weapons.

Jan 19 09:39

Paying For The Surveillance State: Detroit Businesses Are Being FORCED To Pay To Allow Police To SPY On Their Customers

In yet another shocking example of the ever increasing American police state, the Mayor of Detroit is planning to mandate that all businesses that stay open later than 10pm be equipped with surveillance equipment that said businesses would then be forced to pay for.

The mandate would increase the amount of businesses taking part in Project Green Light from 230 to upwards of 4,000. Over 200 businesses have already voluntarily signed up for what is essentially a video surveillance system that is directly monitored at a main police hub in the city.



Owl 3
Jan 19 09:38

'Ukraine on Fire': How US, Not Russia, Destroyed Ukraine - Oliver Stone Documentary Finally Available


Oliver Stone's seminal documentary Ukraine on Fire has finally been made available to watch in the West.

Ukraine, the 'borderlands' between Russia and 'civilized' Europe is on fire. For centuries, it has been at the center of a tug-of-war between powers seeking to control its rich lands and Russia's access to the Mediterranean.

The Maidan Massacre in early 2014 triggered a bloody uprising that ousted president Viktor Yanukovych, spurred Crimeans to secede and join Russia, and sparked a civil war in Eastern Ukraine.

Russia was portrayed by Western media as the perpetrator, and has been sanctioned and widely condemned as such. But was Russia responsible for what happened?

Jan 19 09:36

NORTH KOREA USING WINTER OLYMPICS TO FUEL ONLINE 'REUNIFICATION' PROPAGANDA

North Korea is using its impending participation in next month's Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang to bolster its ongoing propaganda campaign that the rogue state and democratic South Korea should be reunified.

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Jan 19 09:36

FISA REVEAL MAY TURN OUR OWN CONSPIRACY THEORY INTO FACT! [HUGE UPDATED DETAILS]

IT WOULD SEEM THAT THE POTENTIAL DOWNFALL OF THE DNC MAY REST ON THE SHOULDERS OF A SEEMINGLY HUSH-HUSH INVESTIGATION INTO THE URANIUM ONE DEAL, AND IF THIS TWITTER USER IS TO BE BELIEVED TRUMP AND A HANDFUL OF INSIDERS (INCLUDING MUELLER) ARE WORKING TO BRING DOWN THE ENTIRE WALL ALL AT ONCE.



Taboola
Jan 19 09:34

Why tobacco is legal, but cannabis is not?

In the 1700s, cannabis and tobacco were both regularly grown crops.

In the 1800s, the same.

In the earliest part of the 1900s, the same.

Cannabis was to use to make rope and clothe and a new method for making it into paper was invented. It was also used – in tincture form, not smoked – as a medicine.

And then, after Prohibition was repealed, it was made illegal and became the biggest make-work program for cops and prison guards imaginable.

Jan 19 09:32

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Jan 19 09:31

FDA: All Homeopathic Drugs Illegal

But not all will be pulled from the market, yet. Action Alert! The policy comes in the form of a guidance document, which lays out the FDA’s current position on the regulation of homeopathic drugs.

Jan 19 09:31

Car-sized asteroid is spotted just HOURS before narrowly skimming past Earth's satellites at 24,000 miles from the planet's surface

A newly-discovered asteroid hurtled past our planet at a distance of just 24,168 miles (38 895km) yesterday - just seven hours after it was discovered.

The car-sized 2018 BD asteroid is 8.2 to 18 feet (2.5 to 5.5 metres) wide and passed so close to our planet it was nearly at the altitude at which satellites orbit

Jan 19 09:30

'This is some deviants trying to do something,' legislator tells Moore police officer after discovering tracker on pickup

'This is some deviants trying to do something,' legislator tells Moore police officer after discovering tracker on pickup

Jan 19 09:29

Congressman says US detention of Palestinian activist is “inhuman act”

Activists are calling for urgent action to stop the deportation of Amer Othman Adi, a leader in the Palestinian American community.

Adi, a businessman who has lived in Youngstown, Ohio, for decades, is married to a US citizen and has four US-citizen daughters.

He was “inexplicably ripped away from his loved ones and detained the morning of 16 January while attending a scheduled meeting with Trump’s Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE),” an action alert from the US Palestinian Community Network (USPCN) states.

Jan 19 09:29

Edward Snowden calls for public release of FISA abuses memo and Trump veto of key surveillance tool

Former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden said the bill to reauthorize Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act would never have passed through both chambers of Congress if a memo Republicans claim has revelations about U.S. government surveillance abuses was released prior to the vote.

As such, Snowden called on President Trump to veto the legislation giving six more years of life to the key counterterrorism surveillance tool.

"Officials confirm there's a secret report showing abuses of spy law Congress voted to reauthorize this week. If this memo had been known prior to the vote, FISA reauth [sic] would have failed," Snowden tweeted early Friday. "These abuses must be made public, and @realDonaldTrump should send the bill back with a veto."

Jan 19 09:27

The US is Arming and Assisting Neo-Nazis in Ukraine, While Congress Debates Prohibition

Last November, an American military inspection team visited the Azov Battalion on the front lines of the Ukrainian civil war to discuss logistics and deepening cooperation. Images of the encounter showed American army officers poring over maps with their Ukrainian counterparts, palling around and ignoring the Nazi-inspired Wolfangel patches emblazoned on their sleeves.

Azov is a militia that has been incorporated into the Ukrainian National Guard, and is considered one of the most effective units in the field against pro-Russian separatists. But it also widely known as a bastion of neo-Nazism within the ranks of the Ukrainian military that has been criticized by international human rights groups, tied to an international fascist network and even a major terror plot.

Jan 19 09:26

Former Trump aide Omarosa may have taped White House discussions, fears Mueller wants to talk to her

Former White House staffer Omarosa Manigault-Newman may have taped confidential West Wing conversations and fears being caught up in special counsel Robert Mueller’s probe, sources told the Daily News on Thursday.

The former reality TV star’s official last day in the Trump administration is Saturday — despite the abrupt announcement of her departure last month — and her next step seems to be lawyering up.

The soon-to-be former assistant to President Trump and director of communications for the White House Office of Public Liaison has held exploratory meetings with several high profile attorneys for potential representation, a source told The News.

Jan 19 09:26

Al Gore's Inconvenient Hypocrisy


When Gore’s first film came out The National Center discovered he was using 20 Times more electricity than the average household. Eleven years and a second film later he’s become an even bigger energy hypocrite.

Jan 19 09:20

Cancer blood test ‘enormously exciting’

Scientists have taken a step towards one of the biggest goals in medicine - a universal blood test for cancer.
A team at Johns Hopkins University has trialled a method that detects eight common forms of the disease.

Jan 19 09:15

Ohio Dems Who Voted Trump Tell CNN His First Year Was 'Better Than I Ever Would Have Dreamt'

CNN interviewed a diverse panel of six former Democrats in Youngstown, Ohio who switched parties to vote for Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential election.

All of them were thrilled with his first year in office.

Jan 19 09:14

British Police Celebrate Taking Cutlery Off The Streets

There was a time not so long ago when the British ruled the world.

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