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September 19, 2018

Sep 19 09:20

Spain Becomes Migrant Hotspot | Border Wall Stormed | Socialist Government Encouragement

Sep 19 09:13

Poland Offers US $2 Billion to Establish a Permanent Military Base

Visiting the White House on Tuesday, Polish President Andrzej Duda reiterated Poland’s offer to pay $2 billion to the US if President Trump establishes a permanent military base inside Poland. Duda argues it is needed as a bulwark against Russia.

This is not a new offer, though Duda’s visit gives it a lot more attention. Polish Defense Ministry officials announced the offer back in May, saying they want a US armored division and are willing to defray some of the construction costs of the base.

In reality, the cost putting a US armored base in Poland on a permanent basis is going to be several hundred million dollars per year, and while Poland’s cash may make the initial move into the country cheaper, it will quickly be another costly mission for the US with no end in sight.

Sep 19 09:12

BEX ALERT - Kavanaugh accuser forced out of her home over threats, lawyers say

Christine Blasey Ford's lawyers told Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) in a letter that the Palo Alto University professor has been effectively forced into hiding over violent messages targeting her and her family.

"In the 36 hours since her name became public, Dr. Ford has received a stunning amount of support from her community and from fellow citizens across our country. At the same time, however, her worst fears have materialized," her lawyers wrote in the letter.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

So as her story falls apart, Christine Ford plays the "double victim!"

Asking for the FBI to investigate Brett Kavanaugh? Let me get this right. She wants our BIASED FBI to investigate Brett Kavanaogh? She doesn't remember who drove her to the party, whose house it was, or how much she had to drink! Where is the (demonstrably anti-Trump) FBI supposed to start?

Sep 19 09:09

Mirai botmasters sentenced in District of Alaska federal court

Three men were sentenced to five years of probation in federal court in Anchorage for their role in operating the Mirai botnet.

Paras Jha, 21, of Fanwood, New Jersey; Josiah White, 20, of Washington, Penn.; and Salton Norman, 21, of Metairie, Louisiana, pleaded guilty in the District of Alaska in December to charges related to creating and operating the massive botnet.

"A botnet is a series of devices that have been compromised by a cybercriminal who is then able to control them from a remote location and cause them to respond to his commands," Supervisory Special Agent William Walton of the FBI Anchorage Division told Channel 2 in December.

[RELATED: Alaska spearheads investigation into 'one of the most powerful cyberattacks in history']

In operating the Mirai Botnet, Jha, White and Norman had harnessed a massively powerful collection of computers infected with malware that allowed the group to control them without the knowledge of the devices' owners.



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Sep 19 09:07

Hillary’s People Are Targeting Dean Heller and Cory Gardner To Flip On Kavanaugh

Hillary Clinton loyalists are looking to peel off moderate Republican senators Dean Heller and Cory Gardner in their effort to stop President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court pick Brett Kavanaugh.

The makeshift liberal group We Demand Justice is running anti-Kavanaugh ads in Alaska and Maine to pressure Republican senators Susan Collins and Lisa Murkowski to back off their support for the nominee due to professor Christine Blasey Ford’s accusations against him stemming from high school.

Former Hillary Clinton campaign spokesperson Brian Fallon highlighted a key piece of the Democrat strategy. We Demand Justice is also running ads in Nevada and Colorado aimed at Republican senators Dean Heller and Cory Gardner, the latter of whom supported Marco Rubio in the GOP presidential primary. Gardner supports Ford being heard and pushed to delay the confirmation vote.

Sep 19 09:06

VIDEO: Pro-Life Student ‘Spat Upon,’ Threatened With Arrest on University Campus

A Canadian university student is fighting back after horrifying ridicule that she received for being pro-life on campus.

A student at the University of Windsor identified only as Maggie made a video titled Maggie: #TheNewDictatorship, in which she blasts the university for the terror she has endured.

“I’ve been repeatedly dehumanized on my campus because of my pro-life views,” said Maggie. “I was an item of discussion in the classroom. I was spat upon by a professor during a campus outreach. Campus police threatened to arrest me.”

Maggie was allegedly stalked by a hooded man who pushed her up against a wall and asked her if she would “still be anti-choice if you had to make the choice,” clearly threatening her with rape.

Sep 19 09:06

ALL ABOUT PIRATES

The Golden Age of Piracy comes from the early 17th century. They created a global crisis and challenged the big slave trading countries – Spain, Portugal, Holland, France and England.

Pirates were actually pretty popular and many common people did not consider them criminals. They were considered heroes because they fought back against the powerful and corrupt people of the day.



Sep 19 09:01

9/11 and the War on Terror: Israel's History of False Flag Operations against the U.S.A.

As you said very clearly, the United States is bogged down in a costly quagmire in the Middle East, engaged in covert military operations in countries where there is no real U.S. interest. We have gained nothing from 17 years of war in which untold thousands have been killed or maimed and entire nations have been devastated. Our Middle East policy is disastrous and must be changed. If we don't change our policy we can only expect more of the same – millions more refugees, thousands more dead, trillions more wasted.

Sep 19 09:01

O.C. surgeon, girlfriend charged with drugging, sexually assaulting women

A Newport Beach orthopedic surgeon who appeared on a Bravo reality show four years ago was charged along with his girlfriend with drugging and sexually assaulting two women, and prosecutors are seeking additional victims, Orange County District Attorney Tony Rackauckas said Tuesday.

Grant William Robicheaux, 38, of Newport Beach, and Cerissa Laura Riley, 31, of Brea, were charged with rape by use of drugs, oral copulation by a controlled substance, assault with the intent to commit a sex offense and possession of a controlled substance for sale. Robicheaux was also charged with two counts of possession of an assault weapon.

“I have not seen a case in my career that involved this many videos and sexual acts and possible crimes,” said District Attorney Tony Rackauckas.

He said the couple video taped hundreds if not thousands of sexual encounters with women. Some of those women, he pointed out, could be victims too.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Gotta watch out for those doctors!

Sep 19 09:00

The Yinon Thesis Vindicated: Neocons, Israel, and the Fragmentation of Syria

It is widely realized now that the fall of President Bashar Assad’s regime would leave Syria riven by bitter ethnic, religious, and ideological conflict that could splinter the country into smaller enclaves. Already there has been a demographic shift in this direction, as both Sunnis and Alawites flee the most dangerous parts of the county, seeking refuge within their own particular communities. Furthermore, it is widely believed in Syria that, as the entire country becomes too difficult to secure, the Assad regime will retreat to an Alawite redoubt in the northern coastal region as a fallback position.

Sep 19 08:55

The War for the President’s Mind

The Woodward book is supposed to be a blow against the Trump administration for supposedly depicting an administration in “chaos,” but it actually manages to show the foreign policy aspect of Trump’s White House in its best light, albeit unintentionally. Woodward, being the swamp-creature that he is, uncritically cites administration officials who denounce Trump’s Singapore peace initiative with North Korea as prima facie evidence that the man is unhinged. This is the conventional wisdom inside the Washington Beltway: out in the real world, however, Trump’s view is evidence of his sanity. While the political class is worried that declaring the Korean war over and done with will pull the plug on the US military occupation of South Korea – a possibility Woodward conjures as a kind of Armageddon — normal Americans are hoping to see the troops come home after nearly 70 years!

Sep 19 08:54

SYRIAN WAR REPORT – SEPTEMBER 19, 2018: MILITANTS REJECT DEMILITARIZATION ZONE AGREEMENT IN IDLIB

An implementation of the demilitarized zone agreement in Idlib reached during face-to-face talks between Russian and Turkish presidents on September 17 has appeared to be not a simple task as it has been pointed out by many experts.

On September 18, Hayat Tahrir al-Sham (formerly Jabhat al-Nusra, the Syrian branch of al-Qaeda), the Islamic Turkistan Party, Jaish al-Izza and Hourras Addin refused to respect the agreement and to withdraw its forces and military equipment from the contact line.

On the same day, Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu stated that work to establish a new security system in the Idlib de-escalation zone had started. He recalled that all heavy weapons have to be withdrawn from the demilitarized zone by October 10 and radical groups have to withdraw their forces by October 15.

Sep 19 08:53

Ann Coulter on left's meltdown over Kavanaugh

Sep 19 08:51

Suspected Murderer of Chemnitz Resident Released Over Lack of Evidence – Lawyer

Iraqi citizen Yousif A., 22, a suspect in the murder of Daniel Hillig, a resident of Germany's Chemnitz, was released from custody on Tuesday, defendant’s lawyer Ulrich Dost-Roxin said.

The suspect's arrest warrant was revoked due to lack of evidence, according to the lawyer. Dost-Roxin pointed out that the witnesses had failed to identify Yousif A. as the perpetrator, and the police never found his fingerprints on the knife thought to have been used in the crime.



Sep 19 08:50

Russia exposes audio recording proving Ukraine's implication in MH17 disaster

According to Russia, the voice in the recording belongs to Ruslan Grinchak, a Colonel of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. Grinchak was responsible for controlling airspace in the zone of the military conflict in the Donbass. The man in the recording says that "we" can make another airplane disaster to repeat.

The conversation took place in 2016 in the Odessa region of Ukraine during the preparation of the Malachite radar station used to detect and escort air objects. The man's voice that supposedly belongs to Colonel Grinchak, says: "Take this supervisor, take Levchuk and say: "Boys, if this is going to be like this, then we will ***** another Malaysian Boeing."

Sep 19 08:49

FBI, DOJ To Defy Trump Order; Redactions Planned As Top 'Deep State' Dems Demand Insubordination

Trump ordered the DOJ to release the text messages of former FBI Director James Comey, his deputy Andrew McCabe, now-fired special agent Peter Strzok, former FBI attorney Lisa Page and twice-demoted DOJ official Bruce Ohr.

Also ordered released are specific pages from the FBI's FISA surveillance warrant application on former Trump campaign aide Carter Page, as well as interviews with Ohr.

The DOJ and the FBI are expected to submit proposed redactions to the Office of the Director of National Intelligence - which will prepare a package for Trump to sign off on.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Trump needs to start firing people, NOW!

Sep 19 08:48

Danske Bank CEO Quits As Money Laundering Scandal Swells To $234 Billion

Estimates of Danske Bank's staggering fraud have grown since news that the US had launched an investigation broke last week. Since then, the total amount laundered through the bank by shadowy figures in the former Soviet Union has risen to an estimated 200 billion euros - or $234 billion. For context, that's many times the roughly $17 billion that flows through Estonian banks during an average year, meaning that the money laundering perpetuated by Danske effectively transformed the Estonian banking system into a giant front for organized crime groups. And as evidence has proliferated that the bank's leadership did nothing to inhibit the financial crimes despite being confronted with evidence from internal and external sources, the bank has determined that the time has come to make a token sacrifice so that the wider institution may survive.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Jesse James was right; the real outlaws are the bankers!

Sep 19 08:47

Feinstein Questions Kavanaugh Accuser's Truth, Lawyer Demands Full FBI Probe Before Hearing

Update: Feinstein has fallen back in line and is now following Ford's attorney's narrative, demanding that the hearing be delayed until a full FBI investigation is undertaken.

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Sep 19 08:44

Requiem for the Suicided: Dr. David Kelly

Famed microbiologist and UN weapons inspector Dr. David Kelly became the centre of a dispute between the BBC and the UK government over claims that the government had “sexed up” its dossier on Saddam’s weapons of mass destruction in order to sell the Iraq war to the public. He was found dead on Harrowdown Hill on July 18, 2003. It was ruled a suicide. Today we look at the troubling discrepancies, inconsistencies and questions surrounding that official verdict, and broach the question of what secrets Dr. Kelly may have taken to the grave…

Sep 19 08:42

Kavanaugh Accuser Comes Forward (Updates)

Ford said she told no one of the incident in any detail until 2012, when she was in couples therapy with her husband. The therapist’s notes, portions of which were provided by Ford and reviewed by The Washington Post, do not mention Kavanaugh’s name but say she reported that she was attacked by students “from an elitist boys’ school” who went on to become “highly respected and high-ranking members of society in Washington.” The notes say four boys were involved, a discrepancy Ford says was an error on the therapist’s part. Ford said there were four boys at the party but only two in the room.

There will be enormous pressure on a small group of Republicans (Colling, Murkowski, Flake, Corker) to insist on a delay in the confirmation vote. That is, of course, the reason for the delayed leak of the accusations. It’s the Clarence Thomas strategy precisely, waiting until the hearings are over to reveal the accusation.



Sep 19 08:41

US judge allows e-voting despite hack fears

A judge in the US state of Georgia has approved the use of electronic voting machines - despite being "gravely concerned" that they could be hacked.

There wasn't enough time before November's mid-term elections to switch to a secure paper-based alternative, said District Judge Amy Totenberg.

Sep 19 08:40

Setting up the Russian Il-20 to Be Shot Down Is a Win-Win for Israel

Think about it. Just hours after calling off the Idlib offensive in a massive concession to Erdogan and indirectly to the West, Putin is repaid by a Russian military plane being shot down as result of an Israeli attack on Syria. Talk about egg on face.

When Turkey ambushed and shot down a Russian Su-24 on the Syrian-Turkish border in November 2015, Moscow limited its response to economic sanctions. This eventually helped moderate the extent of Turkish ambition in Syria. End to tomato imports however won't do much to impress Israel.

If Putin sticks to economic and diplomatic means of retaliation alone Russia will look comparatively weak. This will embolden the hawks in Washington who will have an easier time selling the idea pushing Russia around in Syria and hitting Assad does not actually risk WW3 – thus increasing the chances of what Israel really wants in Syria; more chaos and for the war to never end.

Sep 19 08:38

This Windows file may be secretly hoarding your passwords and emails

If you're one of the people who own a stylus or touchscreen-capable Windows PC, then there's a high chance there's a file on your computer that has slowly collected sensitive data for the past months or even years.

This file is named WaitList.dat, and according to Digital Forensics and Incident Response (DFIR) expert Barnaby Skeggs, this file is only found on touchscreen-capable Windows PCs where the user has enabled the handwriting recognition feature [1, 2] that automatically translates stylus/touchscreen scribbles into formatted text.

Sep 19 08:37

Book on Israel’s deliberate maiming of Palestinians wins top academic prize

A US scholar has won a prestigious prize for a book which argues that Israel intentionally maims Palestinians under its control.

Rutgers University Professor Jasbir Puar was awarded the National Women’s Studies Association’s Alison Piepmeier Book Prize for “The Right to Maim: Debility, Capacity, Disability”.

Puar, a professor of Women’s and Gender Studies, is a supporter of the Palestinian-led Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) campaign.

According to Puar, writing in the book, “a complementary logic long present in Israeli tactical calculations of settler colonial rule” is “that of creating injury and maintaining Palestinian populations as perpetually debilitated, and yet alive, in order to control them”.



Owl 1
Sep 19 08:36

Saudi Arabia buys Iron Dome defence system from Israel

Saudi Arabia is reported to have purchased the Iron Dome missile defence system from Israel signaling a rapprochement between the two countries, according to several diplomatic sources quoted in Al-Khaleej Online.

Saudi Arabia not only wants political convergence with Israel, said the sources, but also seeks to reach a level where it publically purchases heavy and developed weapons from Tel Aviv like the UAE does.

Sep 19 08:36

Saudi Arabia bans 300,000 Palestinians from Makkah

Saudi Arabia issued new directives banning up to 300,000 Palestinian refugees in Lebanon from performing pilgrimage, Alarab.qa reported yesterday.

Reporting the Palestinian Institution for Human Rights (Shahed), the Qatari news website said that Saudi Arabia stopped issuing visas for Palestinian refugees in Lebanon who do not hold a Palestinian Authority (PA) passport.

Shahed reported travel agents were informed by the Saudi embassy in Lebanon not to accept applications from Palestinians who do not have PA passports.

The rights group said it was worried about the “sudden” Saudi decision, calling on Kingdom to identify its reasons which have “dangerous consequences” on the Palestinian refugees and their future.

Sep 19 08:35

US school textbooks: Arab rejection of Israel cause of conflict

Schools in the US state of Texas will be required to teach students that “Arab rejection of the State of Israel has led to ongoing conflict” in the Middle East.

The Texas Board of Education voted during a curriculum review last week to keep the controversial sentence in high school textbooks, which will be used by some 5.4 million public school children. The board is comprised of five Democrat members and ten Republican members, meaning the move is likely to be seen as part of a shift towards a more Republican educational agenda.

In addition, the board voted to remove references to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton being the first woman to run for Presidential office. While teaching students about Clinton will not be banned, the board claims the move is part of an effort to “streamline” lessons and save teachers approximately 30 minutes of time.

Sep 19 08:35

Palestinian man dies after Israel forces beat him at his home

A 24-year-old Palestinian has died after Israeli occupation forces stormed his home and beat him “severely” in the occupied West Bank.

Muhammad Zaghloul Al-Khatib Al-Rimawi was beaten by Israeli occupation forces during a pre-dawn raid on his home in Beyt Reyma, northwest of Ramallah in the occupied West Bank. According to a statement by Addameer Prisoner Support and Human Rights Association, Muhammad was arrested and “severely beaten by occupation soldiers and special forces to the point of passing out.”

Quoting the testimony of Muhammad’s brother, Bashir, Addameer relayed how Israeli soldiers removed the door to the Al-Rimawi house before rounding up the family. Al-Rimawi’s mother was attacked and Muhammad was taken into a separate room where he was beaten unconscious. Addameer added that Muhammad was then “taken away from the house while in such a state, and taken to an unknown location. After two hours, his family was informed of their son’s death.”



Sep 19 08:34

North Korea Agrees to Permanently Dismantle Nuclear Complex If U.S. Takes Corresponding Steps

South Korean President Moon Jae-in and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un announced a sweeping set of agreements after their second day of talks in Pyongyang on Wednesday that included a promise by Kim to permanently dismantle the North’s main nuclear complex if the United States takes corresponding measures, the acceptance of international inspectors to monitor the closing of a key missile test site and launch pad and a vow to work together to host the Summer Olympics in 2032.

Declaring they had made a major step toward peace on the Korean Peninsula, the two leaders were side by side as they announced the joint statement to a group of North and South Korean reporters after a closed-door meeting Wednesday morning.

Sep 19 08:33

Hannity to Michael Moore: "Why Do You Trust The Government?"

Sep 19 08:30

It's Official, Russia and Syria Have Linked Their Air Defense Networks

Russia says it has formally linked its air defenses in Syria together with those of the regime of Bashar Al Assad. This could potentially limit the U.S. military’s ability to support its local partners fighting ISIS, increases the risk of a dangerous confrontation, and just add yet another layer to an ever more complicated situation on the ground.

Chief of Staff and Deputy Commander of the Russian Aerospace Forces Major-General Sergey Meshcheryakov made the announcement during a press roundtable at the Army-2017 International-Military Technical Forum on Aug. 25, 2017, according to state-run media outlet TASS. The event at the Patriot Expocentre in the Moscow Region is an annual military trade show and this year also includes a pavilion dedicated to the Kremlin’s intervention in Syria.

Sep 19 08:29

Protests target HSBC over shares in Israel weapons company

A wave of UK protests were held outside branches of HSBC bank over shares in an Israeli arms company accused of manufacturing internationally banned weapons.

Protestors directed their anger against the bank’s $4.7 million worth of shares in a number of Israeli arms manufactures, including Elbit system, calling on the bank to sever ties with the firms accused of abetting Israel’s crimes against Palestinians.

Elbit Systems manufactures and supplies the Israeli military with drones, which are used regularly in attacks on Palestinian civilians, especially in Gaza Strip. It was recently revealed that an Elbit Hermes 450 drone was used during a 2014 attack in which four Palestinian children were killed on a Gaza beach while playing football.



Sep 19 08:28

Snowden Validated: European Court Says the Mass Surveillance He Exposed Violates Privacy Rights

When Edward Snowden revealed that the government was secretly collecting and storing mass amounts of our private communications data, he wasn't just talking about the United States government. He also exposed the United Kingdom's intelligence agency (Government Communications Headquarters, or GCHQ) as doing the same overseas.

Today the European Court of Human Rights ruled that the U.K.'s mass collection of everybody's internet communications data violated privacy and failed to provide sufficient safeguards. The Guardian explains that after Snowden exposed the British government's role in citizen surveillance, tapping into communication networks to suck on that massive firehose of data, 14 human rights and privacy groups filed suit against the U.K.

Sep 19 08:27

Sheriff slams FBI's handling of observatory closure: 'It's chicken ... '

Otero County Sheriff Benny House told ABC-7's New Mexico Mobile Newsroom Monday he was infuriated at the way the FBI handled the sudden and mysterious closure of the National Solar Observatory in Sunspot, New Mexico.

"I think it's chicken shit the way the FBI handled it. I have a responsibility to protect my citizens," said House, "I think it's paramount that we know what the threat is so we can provide safety."

The observatory is located 17 miles from Cloudcroft, New Mexico. The facility, and the Sunspot Post Office, located on observatory property, were suddenly closed on Thursday September 6, 2018. The staff at the post office was relocated to the post office in Cloudcroft during the closure.

On Sunday, September 16, 2018, the Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy (AURA) announced it was reopening the facilities.

Sep 19 08:26

Israel kills 6 Palestinians in 24 hours

A Palestinian man was shot and killed by Israeli police near the Damascus Gate to Jerusalem’s Old City on Tuesday night in an alleged stabbing attempt on the start of the Yom Kippur holiday.

Israeli police said that the man charged at a Jewish person, knocking him to the ground, and then ran towards the officers who fired at him while he waved a sharp object.

A Palestinian witness told the AFP news agency that “the alleged attacker was not trying to stab anyone, rather ‘defending himself’ from a Jewish civilian.”

Sep 19 08:26

Justifying landgrab, Israel says it is ‘allowed to ignore international law’ anywhere it wants

The Israeli government has recently claimed that it can “legislate anywhere in the world”, that it is “entitled to violate the sovereignty of foreign countries”, and that “is allowed to ignore the directives of international law in any field it desires”. This was written in an official response letter to the Supreme Court last month.

On the face of it, these are audacious claims. Is it really that bad? I would say that it’s even worse. The background to these statements is a new law from last year, which legalizes outright theft of Palestinian land.



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Sep 19 08:25

Rep. Tulsi Gabbard Condemns Trump Administration's Protection of Al-Qaeda in Syria

Sep 19 08:18

CONSTITUTIONAL CRISIS? Pelosi, Schumer, Schiff and Warner DEMAND DOJ-FBI Defy Trump Declassification Order

In a shocking letter intended to undermine the President, and his authority over the Executive Branch, multiple high ranking Democrats sent a letter ordering intelligence agencies to ignore Trump’s order to declassify numerous documents involving the Russia investigation until consulting with Congress.

Sep 19 08:18

The Kavanaugh Allegation Process Is A Miscarriage Of Justice For Everyone

After the Senate Judiciary Committee hearings for Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh concluded last week, Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., revealed that for six weeks she’d hidden a claim he’d sexually assaulted someone. Christine Blasey Ford then told the Washington Post that Kavanaugh had sexually assaulted her when they were teenagers.

Although she said she doesn’t remember where or when the alleged event occurred, she said she believes it may have been in the summer of 1982 and that Kavanaugh’s friend Mark Judge was present for the assault. Notes from a couples therapy session in 2012 show that she spoke of an assault involving four boys, not two, from an elitist DC boys’ school. Kavanaugh isn’t mentioned in the notes, but Ford’s husband says she told him the name at that time and said she was worried he might be a Supreme Court nominee in the future.



Sep 19 08:13

When Pharma, Vax And Med Device Corporations Rule World’s Healthcare Industries: Too Late, Already Happened

I was also still trying to honor my patient’s inalienable right to be fully informed about the risks and benefits of any drug I was considering prescribing before he or she consented to the prescription. It was time-consuming to follow those ethical principles.

Sep 19 08:12

Ahed Tamimi Finally Travels to France Despite Israeli Obstacles

Ahed Tamimi, the resistance teen icon from Palestine traveled to France Friday for an event where she asked people to support the Palestinian cause and to boycott Israel.

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Sep 19 07:54

What does Russia want in northwest Syria?

Although it is currently in Russia's interest to de-escalate tensions in Idlib, an attack is still likely.

After months of heightened tensions in the Syrian province of Idlib, the last stronghold of the Syrian opposition, Russia and Turkey seem to have reached a temporary solution.

Following a meeting between Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Turkish counterpart, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, on September 17 in Sochi, the two countries agreed to create a demilitarised zone 15-20km into opposition-control territories along the de-facto front line by October 15.

All "radical fighters" are to withdraw from the area and all "heavy weapons, tanks, rocket launchers, guns and mortars" are to be removed. Russian military police and Turkish troops will be patrolling the zone to ensure that all armed groups abide by the agreement. Erdogan and Putin also agreed to open the M4 and M5 highways linking respectively Latakia and Damascus to Aleppo to traffic from regime-held areas by the end of the year.

Of course, this temporary truce is far from ideal and does not include a roadmap for normalisation of the situation in the province, but it is still better than all the other, more violent, options.

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Sep 19 07:41

Israel Unlikely to Fly Freely over Syria

Ex-Official: Israel Unlikely to Fly Freely over Syria After Il-20 Incident

Sep 19 07:35

Camp David created Oslo, which killed the Palestinian struggle

After Camp David and Oslo, the Palestinians are left with a political elite that no longer stands for their struggle.
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This was a deal made by unequal adversaries, with one exploiting the weakness of the other in order to impose its demands.

The Oslo Accords effectively put an end to the PLO's struggle for the liberation of Palestine and facilitated the occupation by making it less costly for the Israeli state. The establishing of the Palestinian Authority relieved Israel of the burden of providing for the needs of the Palestinian people. It also set up a Palestinian-run security body which took up policing the Palestinians, making it easier for Israel to control them and suppress the popular struggle.

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Sep 19 07:25

Venezuela to significantly increase oil exports to China

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro said additional Chinese investment will help boost oil production and exports.

Venezuela will increase its oil exports to China to one million barrels a day, President Nicolas Maduro has said, following a visit to Beijing.

Already a strong economic partner, China had agreed to invest an additional $5bn in Venezuela, Maduro said on Tuesday, adding that the investment would help it boost production and nearly double its oil exports to China.

"We are taking the first steps into a new economic era," he said, as cited by AP news agency. "We are on track to have a new economy, and the agreements with China will strengthen it."

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Owl 2
Sep 19 07:13

Gardasil is a deadly concoction that leads to permanent, devastating health effects

Just what are you signing up for when you take Gardasil? In exchange for protection from a virus you can also largely avoid using condoms, you’re putting yourself at risk of a host of side effects that range from unpleasant to fatal.

At the injection site, you might experience pain and swelling; in some cases, a cyst or abscess could develop. Those who get the shot can feel nauseous during the first two weeks, with some suffering vomiting and diarrhea. A small percentage also report appendicitis as a side effect of the vaccine.

All of that is nothing compared to some of the other effects, however. Blood clots in the leg (deep vein thrombosis) and blood clots in the lungs (pulmonary embolism) have been reported in some patients, while others have suffered strokes, seizures, neurological diseases and kidney failure.

Sep 19 07:05

Israeli organ harvesting and slavery

Sep 19 06:51

China To Take Over Israel's Largest Port

Sep 19 06:47

Our choice: WW3 or recognizing post-9/11 US ‘wars on terror’ as lie-started, Orwellian-illegal Wars of Aggression

*hyperlinks/videos live at source*

“You're the real deal in a world of imposters
And I've seen the program make men out of monsters.” ~ Avert Brothers, True Sadness

The following are two submitted 1-page briefs requested by Jim Fetzer and Robert David Steele for 9/11 Truth: Citizen Intelligence Briefing for the President of the United States of America.

Robert rejected the first one as unable to clearly address its topics within one page, liked the second and promised inclusion in the Briefing because the topic of lie-started and Orwellian-illegal Wars of Aggression following 9/11 is crucial to understand the purpose of 9/11 as a false flag attack.

The final editorial choice was to not include this topic, which I agree might distract from the principal subject of what happened on 9/11.

Of course, a comprehensive briefing for a later date would include:
relevant history of what happened before 9/11 to explain context of the false flag event,



Sep 19 06:36

Do you use Kleenex tissues? Top seller now guilty of adding skin-corrosive detergent Sodium Lauryl Sulfate

Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (SLS) determined toxic at one percent, now loaded into Kleenex tissues at more than two percent.

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The chemical card also states that if inhaled, SLS causes sore throat and a cough. Don’t most people use Kleenex to blow their noses when they’re sick with a cold, infection, virus, or the flu? How is this legal? What’s next, maybe .01 percent anthrax tissues?

Sep 19 06:32

Ex-Russian General Urges Moscow to Shoot Down Israeli Fighter Jets

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"Moscow should expel the Israeli ambassador to Russia and shoot down the Israeli fighter jets in case of entering the Syrian airspace">>>

(*what's even more pertinent then the shwashbuckling overtone , is the air of confidence the ex Russian demonstrates in Putin's Russia , that could probably earn congressional consideration of loss of his right to travel abroad , at minimum , had he been an ex American general , making the same remarks here .)



Owl 3
Sep 19 06:18

The most brilliant scientists working for the U.S. government do NOT vaccinate their own kids

Welcome to Los Alamos, New Mexico, where our country’s most scientifically literate families are avoiding vaccines like the plague. Meanwhile, the infected “vaxxers” are all throwing poisoned fits, wondering why all the “sheeple” aren’t following the rest of the “herd” like they’ve been summoned to do by the script-fed mass media and the morally corrupted CDC. Could this phenomenon be gaining momentum because hundreds of parents in that New Mexico community are employed at Los Alamos Labs and the Los Alamos National Laboratory, where extensive research is done on vaccines?

Sep 19 06:10

Powerful Android and iOS Spyware Found Deployed in 45 Countries

One of the world's most dangerous Android and iPhone spyware program has been found deployed against targets across 45 countries around the world over the last two years, a new report from Citizen Lab revealed.

The infamous spyware, dubbed Pegasus, is developed by NSO Group—an Israeli company which is mostly known for selling high-tech surveillance tools capable of remotely cracking into iPhones and Android devices to intelligence agencies around the world.

Pegasus is NSO Group's most powerful creation that has been designed to hack iPhone, Android, and other mobile devices remotely, allowing an attacker to access an incredible amount of data on a target victim, including text messages, calendar entries, emails, WhatsApp messages, user's location, microphone, and camera—all without the victim's knowledge.

Pegasus has previously been used to target human rights activists and journalists, from Mexico to the United Arab Emirates.

Sep 19 06:10

3/5/18 flashback: Remarks by President Trump and Prime Minister Netanyahu of Israel Before Bilateral Meeting

PRESIDENT TRUMP: Thank you very much. It’s a great honor to have Prime Minister Netanyahu and Mrs. Netanyahu with us. They’ve been friends for a long time. We have, I would say, probably the best relationships right now with Israel that we ever had. I think we’re as close now as, maybe, ever before.>>>
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PRIME MINISTER NETANYAHU: Thank you. Thank you. Mr. President>>>
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(*and yadah yadah yadah !
warm & fuzzy conversation , true , but worth considering as Putin hauls off and declares Israel Russia's enemy )



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Sep 19 06:06

Experimental 'space junk sweeper' successfully used a giant NET to trap floating debris in orbit for the first time

A giant net that could help to end the scourge of space junk has been successfully tested for the first time.

An experimental 'space junk sweeper' was used to retrieve a simulated space junk package in orbit above the Earth.

Sep 19 06:05

Black Mirror is almost a reality: China says it's on track to launch its dystopian scorecard system that ranks citizens on every aspect of their behaviour by 2020

Completing community service and buying Chinese products is thought to improve your social standing, which is given as a score out of 800.

Those rated 'top citizens' get VIP treatment at airports, discounted loans, waived deposits on hotel and car rentals and fast-tracking to elite universities.

Fraud, tax evasion and smoking in non-smoking areas can drop your ranking, as well as buying items in supermarkets that the government doesn't approve of - such as alcohol or video games.

Those with a low social score are barred from the best jobs, cut off from high-speed internet and even blocked from sending their children to top schools.

Sep 19 06:02

US can spy on journalists domestically using FISA warrants, declassified guidelines show

Newly declassified Department of Justice memos show guidelines for the US government spying on journalists and their sources using FISA warrants – the same method used to spy on Trump campaign adviser Carter Page.

Sep 19 06:01

Korean defense chiefs sign ‘military pact’ after Kim & Moon adopt denuclearization roadmap

South Korean President Moon Jae-in and the North Korean leader Kim Jong-un have signed a joint statement following their bilateral talks in Pyongyang. The countries’ defense chiefs have meanwhile signed a separate military pact.

As part of the military agreement, the neighbors will halt border drills from November 1, Yonhap reports. South Korean Defense Minister Song Young-moo and North Korea’s No Kwang-chol also agreed to stop military flights in the vicinity of the demarcation line. In addition, the agreement envisions setting up a buffer zone in the Yellow Sea and suspending maritime drills.

As a clear sign of mutual trust, the Pyongyang military agreement also calls for the withdrawal of soldiers from the demilitarized zone and disarming the servicemen keeping watch at Panmunjom border village. The nations also agreed that each would close eleven border guard posts by the end of 2018.

Sep 19 05:59

‘Hell on Earth’: MSF doctor tells RT of rape, violence, inhumane conditions in Lesbos refugee camp

One toilet for over 70 people, rape, and mental health issues – a doctor from Doctors Without Borders (MSF) and an aid worker told RT about the dire conditions in the overcrowded Moria refugee camp in Greece.

The overcrowded camp on the island of Lesbos, built to accommodate 3,100, houses around 9,000 people. "It's a kind of hell on Earth in Europe," Dr. Alessandro Barberio, an MSF clinical psychiatrist, said, adding that people in the camp suffer from lack of water and medical care. "It is impossible to stay there," he said.

According to Barberio, asylum seekers are subjected to violence "during night and day.""There is also sexual violence" which leads to "mental health issues," he said, adding that all categories of people at the camp may be subjected to it. "There is rape against men, women and children," and the victims of sexual violence in the camp often have nightmares and hallucinations, Barberio told RT.

Sep 19 05:52

Seoul: North, South Korean Leaders in Fact Proclaimed End of State of War

North Korea and South Korea signed an agreement in defense sector as well as a joint statement following the results of the summit in Pyongyang.
South Korean President Moon Jae-in and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un have in fact proclaimed the end of the state of war, the South Korean presidential spokesperson said on Wednesday, RIA Novosti reported.

"Leaders of the South and the North have in fact announced the end of the war on the Korean Peninsula by their agreements," the spokesperson stated.

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Sep 19 05:47

Malaysia’s ex-PM Najib Razak arrested

Malaysia’s ex-PM Najib Razak arrested, to face charges over US$628 million linked to 1MDB
Najib will face ‘several charges’, some of which will relate to the transfer of 2.6 billion ringgit into his account

Malaysia’s toppled leader Najib Razak was arrested on Wednesday and will be charged over allegations that US$628 million linked to state investment fund 1MDB ended up in his personal bank accounts, officials said.

Allegations that Najib and his cronies looted huge sums from the investment vehicle were a major factor in the shock defeat of his long-ruling coalition in elections in May, at the hands of a reformist alliance headed by Mahathir Mohamad.

Mahathir, 93, in his second stint as premier after coming out of retirement to take on his ex-protégé Najib, has reopened investigations into 1MDB that were shut down by the former government, and vowed to bring Najib to justice.

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Sep 19 05:20

China won’t weaken currency to help exporters amid US trade war, Premier Li Keqiang says

Comments to World Economic Forum in Tianjin are implicit rejection of Donald Trump’s claim that Beijing has been manipulating its currency

China has no intention of weakening its currency to help exporters and will not engage in any form of “competitive devaluation” of its exchange rate, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said on Wednesday, a day after the latest tit-for-tat measures in the US trade war.

Li told the World Economic Forum in Tianjin that Beijing had not manipulated the exchange rate of yuan to cope with trade tensions, rejecting speculation that the Chinese government deliberately engineered the 8 per cent depreciation of the yuan seen since March to offset the effects of US tariffs on Chinese imports.

“Some people think China deliberately [devalued the yuan]; this is groundless,” Li said, in an indirect response to US President Donald Trump’s allegations that Beijing is manipulating its currency.

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Sep 19 05:18

Mop-up operation in Syria’s Idlib to start in November

The breakthrough and landmark agreements between Russia and Turkey on Syria’s Idlib, announced by the Kremlin, can be hardly called final, Nezavisimaya Gazeta writes. Neither Russian President Vladimir Putin nor his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan wants terrorist groups such as Islamic State and Jabhat al-Nusra (outlawed in Russia) to remain in northern Syria. Experts are convinced that after a demilitarized zone is created around Idlib, irreconcilable militants will be eliminated by the Turkish and Syrian forces with Russia’s support, the paper says. So, the Russian-Turkish agreements on Syria, which were reached in Sochi on Monday, may be considered as intermediate.

Sep 19 05:14

Russia faults Israel over military jet’s downing in Syria, vows response

Putin vowed that ‘everyone would notice’ Russia’s tit-for-tat steps, Kommersant writes. The Israelis fear that Moscow will now be providing a harsher response to their strikes on Syria. The Russian Defense Ministry stressed that it views Israel’s actions as "hostile" and Moscow reserves the right to an adequate response, without specifying particular measures. Kommersant’s source familiar with the situation explained that the Russian military did not mean any attacks on the Israeli jets. "Most likely, they meant absolute inaction in the future regarding the issues where they were ready to help Israel earlier." In particular, Moscow may refuse to hold talks between Iran and Hezbollah. Leonid Ivashov, ex-head of the Russian Defense Ministry’s Main Department of International Military Cooperation, told Nezavisimaya Gazeta that Russia may start shooting down any Israeli jet intruding Syria’s airspace.

Sep 19 05:09

NATO's 5,000 warplanes ready to bomb Russia, Chinese media say

The United States of America is used to exercising control over the Russian Federation in cooperation with Europe. However, EU countries have had a plethora of problems lately, and the US will have to count on its own forces in the event of an open military confrontation with Russia. A recent article published on Chinese publication Jinri Toutiao said that the Russian government is confident and correct in its actions. The Kremlin does not even think to obey Washington, nor does it follow the path of aggression. Russia acts solely in its own interests and in the interests of national security, the Chinese publication said. However, the United States follows a completely different path of behaviour. The number of NATO bases in countries of Eastern Europe, such as Poland or the Baltic States, has been growing during the recent years. According to official data, there are several thousands of NATO soldiers and more than 100 tanks in Eastern European countries.

Sep 19 05:05

The great Lehman lesson: tech disruption, not debt, could spark the next crisis

is human nature to pass judgment on calamitous events that harm almost everyone. It is also natural for the stories that emerge from such events to influence current assessments and future choices. The story of the collapse of Lehman Brothers a decade ago is a case in point – but with a slight twist.

Today, experts point to a “dangerous dependence of demand on ever-rising debt”, and conclude that little has really changed since the global financial crisis. The data on global debt is certainly correct, but any prediction that we draw from it is likely to be overwrought, owing to our own hindsight bias.

We are hardwired to try to make sense of events that shock us, and this often involves recasting them as having been predictable. This heuristic, in turn, leads us to overestimate our ability to predict the future under what we perceive to be similar circumstances.

And, of course, one’s prognosis for the global economy depends on one’s own frame of reference. For example, student debt in the United States has now ballooned to US$1.5 trillion. From the perspective of younger Americans, that is certainly an alarming development; in the eyes of Europeans, it is also an economic absurdity.

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Sep 19 04:57

Russia sees Israel as enemy after Il-20 shootdown

Israeli Ambassador to Russia Gary Koren was summoned to the Russian Foreign Ministry following the incident with the Russian Ilyushin Il-20 aircraft, which was shot down by Syrian air defence systems over the Mediterranean Sea. Russia believes that it was Israeli pilots who set up the Russian aircraft. The Russian Il-20, returning to Hmeymim, was shot down by Syrian air defense systems in the evening of September 17, 35 kilometres from the Mediterranean coast. Fifteen Russian servicemen on board the aircraft were killed. The Russian Defence Ministry holds Israeli pilots responsible for the tragedy claiming that they "deliberately created a dangerous situation" for ships and aircraft in the region. Russian MPs from the Communist Party of the Russian Federation - Valery Rashkin and Denis Parfyonov - called on Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov to work out a set of measures in response to Israel's provocation.

Sep 19 04:52

Russian peacekeepers should stay in Transnistria until conflict settled — Moldovan leader

Russian peacekeepers should not be withdrawn from the unrecognized republic of Transnistria until the conflict is ultimately settled, Moldova President Igor Dodon said on Tuesday. "I stand for keeping the current peacekeeping operation on the Dniester banks in place until a lasting and viable political solution to the Transnistrian problem is reached," he said in an interview with the Moldova-1 television channel. "Peace in the region was restored thanks to this peacekeeping operation," he recalled and voiced criticism of those politicians "who come out with statements on the need to withdraw Russian peacekeepers in a bid to please certain people across the Atlantic." Transnistria, a largely Russian-speaking region, broke away from Moldova following the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991. Its relations with Moldova’s central government in Chisinau have been highly mixed and extremely tense at times ever since then.

Sep 19 04:47

Moldovan president calls on government to resign

Moldovan President Igor Dodon has called on Pavel Filip’s government, formed by the ruling Democratic Party of Moldova, to resign in order to call an early election to the parliament, he wrote on Facebook on Wednesday, commenting on the reshuffling in the cabinet of ministers declared yesterday. "I don’t understand why changes should be introduced to the composition of the government with just months left before the election. The people want this government and the parliamentary majority to leave for good. If the Democrats did hear the citizens, they would have dissolved the parliament long ago and declared an early election in order not to drag feet until February," the Moldovan president noted. "I’m waiting for the entire government to resign, the parliamentary election to be held and a new parliamentary majority and a new government to be formed," he concluded...

Sep 19 04:45

"Get Your Cash Out Of The Banks Now..."

Sep 19 04:44

SeaWorld to pay $5 million to settle fraud claim after exposé documentary 'Blackfish'

SeaWorld is to pay more than $5 million in a settlement, following claims that the company and its former CEO played down to investors the damage caused by the documentary Blackfish.

The Securities and Exchange Commission said that SeaWorld and ex-CEO James Atchison made ‘untrue and misleading statements or omissions’ to investors in earnings releases and regulatory filings.

The bad publicity from the film, which highlighted the cruelty of keeping orcas in captivity, resulted in a substantial drop in visitors to SeaWorld attractions.

Its share price also dropped by almost a third in a single day, and in 2017, it reported a loss of more than $20 million.

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Sep 19 04:43

Trump can stop Nord Stream 2 project, says Polish president

Polish President Andrzej Duda told the Polish TV on Tuesday that US President Donald Trump can make a decision that would bring the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline project to a halt. "The decision is in the US president’s hands," Duda said when asked whether an opportunity existed to stop the implementation of the Russian project. "I hope that the president will make this decision." The Polish leader, who met with his US counterpart earlier in the day, said the Nord Stream 2 project would not benefit the United States, because large volumes of Russian gas on the European market would pose a threat to the sales of US liquefied natural gas there.

Sep 19 04:37

North, South Korea agree to reconnect rails, roads across border

The leaders of North and South Korea, Kim Jong Un and Moon Jae-in, agreed to reconnect severed rails and roads across the border, according to their joint statement signed on Wednesday. "South and North have agreed that works to reconnect the railways and roads in the east and west should begin within a year," the document reads. According to earlier reports, the project’s ultimate goal is to ensure access to Russia’s Trans-Siberian Rail for prompt deliveries of South Korean cargo to Europe.
North, South Koreas agree to bid for co-hosting 2032 Summer Olympic games. Besides, the two nations agreed to send joint teams to the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo http://tass.com/sport/1022238

Sep 19 04:34

North Korea agrees to shut down nuclear reactor in Yongbyon

North Korea agreed to shut down its experimental nuclear reactor in the Yongbyon Nuclear Scientific Research Center, South Korean president Moon Jae-in said on Wednesday after talks with his North Korean counterpart Kim Jong Un in Pyongyang. "North Korea gave its consent to fully stop the work of the nuclear reactor in Yongbyon," he said. A joint statement, adopted by the two nations after the talks, says that Pyongyang would make similar steps toward denuclearization if the United States honors the agreements reached during the Singapore summit of US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. The Yongbyon Nuclear Scientific Research Center houses an uranium enrichment facility and a 5-megawatt reactor, built by North Korean scientists in 1986. According to experts, every year it can produce enough materials to make several nuclear warheads...

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