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April 28, 2017

Apr 28 09:13

Al-Nusra's Defense Lines in Eastern Damascus Shattered after Army's Extensive Advance

The Syrian army advanced in new areas in al-Qaboun district by continued military operations against al-Nusra Front (also known as Fatah al-Sham Front or the Levant Liberation Board) in Eastern Damascus.

Apr 28 09:11

Montenegro parliament ratifies NATO membership after US approval

Montenegro’s parliament has formally agreed for the country to join NATO – the military bloc that pounded the tiny Balkan country with bombs less than 20 years ago during the Kosovo War. The decision sparked protest among the population and opposition figures.

On Friday, Montenegrin MPs voted 46-0 to become the 29th member of NATO.

Opposition lawmakers boycotted the parliamentary session, while hundreds of protesters gathered outside the parliament building before the vote to express their discontent with the idea of Montenegro joining the alliance.

Apr 28 09:10

Gavin McInnes: The persecution of Ann Coulter

(LANGUAGE WARNING) Gavin McInnes tries to make sense of Antifa's "reasons"

Apr 28 09:10

MSM Ignores Massive Pedo Investigation



Taboola
Apr 28 09:05

‘Lacklustre Campaign’ Sees Macron Falling in Polls

Polls in the French presidential race are tightening as Emmanuel Macron’s campaign gets off to a lacklustre start and more voters come out in support of Marine Le Pen.
According to a new poll from Opinionway-Orpi released Thursday, the gap is narrowing between pro-globalist presidential candidate Macron and rival Le Pen, with Macron losing two percentage points in just two days, L’Express reports.

Macron dropped below 60 per cent to 59 per cent, with Le Pen at 41 per cent. The survey was carried out multiple times since February and Le Pen has only crossed the symbolic 40 per cent mark twice.

In the first polling after they had made it through to the second round, the En Marche! candidate had polled at 65 per cent of voting intentions, compared with 35 per cent for Le Pen.

Apr 28 09:04

Amazon wants to watch you get dressed: New “Echo Look” camera to spy on you in your own bedroom and bathroom

Now, Amazon apparently believes ignorant consumers desire to exist in an Orwellian, totalitarian society where dangerous corporations run cameras that watch them poop, pee, sing horribly, have kinky gay sex, cross dress, snort lines of coke, masturbate or whatever else twisted people do in the privacy of their homes. Don’t get me wrong on all this, by the way: As far as I’m concerned, you are free to do whatever you want in your own bathroom… but if you are stupid enough to install an Amazon.com camera that watches you do all these things, you are just begging to have all your surreptitious photos and videos blasted all across the ‘net following an Amazon.com server hack.



Emigrate While You Still Can - Finca Bayano In Panama!

Finco Bayano
Apr 28 09:04

Antifa Arrested at UC Berkeley for Refusing to Remove Mask

An anti-fascist protester was arrested on Thursday at UC Berkeley for refusing to remove a surgical mask.

Apr 28 09:04

The Rise of the Generals

Has President Donald Trump outsourced foreign policy to the generals?

So it would seem. Candidate Trump held out his hand to Vladimir Putin. He rejected further U.S. intervention in Syria other than to smash ISIS.

He spoke of getting out and staying out of the misbegotten Middle East wars into which Presidents Bush II and Obama had plunged the country.

President Trump’s seeming renunciation of an anti-interventionist foreign policy is the great surprise of the first 100 days, and the most ominous. For any new war could vitiate the Trump mandate and consume his presidency.

Apr 28 09:03

Israel and ISIS Are Allies. There. We Said It.

In the midst of complaining about the Islamist threat to Israel and the world, Bibi Netanyahu conveniently forgets that his own country enjoys a tacit alliance with the Islamic State (IS) in Syria.

It is an alliance of convenience to be sure and one that’s not boasted about by either party. But is not terribly different from one that Israel enjoys with its other Muslim allies like Egypt, Saudi Arabia and the Gulf states.

Apr 28 09:02

Assad: Trump's A Puppet Of The 'Deep State,' 'He Changed His Rhetoric Completely'

You know things are screwed up in America when a foreign dictator is speaking more sense than your own media and government.



Apr 28 09:02

Russian ground forces in Syria?

Israel is getting more blatant about their support for anti-Assad jihadis. It's probably all part of the coalition plan. And I doubt we and the Turks have given up on that jihadi-filled festering sore around Idlib. As many of us know, the R+6 does not have the forces in place to address all these threats at once. The Russians need to tip the balance soon.

Apr 28 09:02

Italian Prosecutor: Wiretaps Reveal NGOs Working With Human Smugglers to Flood Italy

Italian prosecutor Carmelo Zuccaro said Thursday that wiretapped conversations revealed non-governmental organizations are working together with human smugglers to flood Italy with migrants and "destabilize" their economy.

Apr 28 09:01

Trump: "I'm a Nationalist and a Globalist"

President Trump told the Wall Street Journal on Thursday he's "both" a "nationalist" and a "globalist".

Apr 28 09:01

Russia, Japan call for resumption of talks on Korean settlement

Leaders of Russia and Japan have called for an urgent resumption of multi-party talks to find a solution to the current crisis in the Korean Peninsula.

Russian President Vladimir Putin and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said on Thursday that they were seeking de-escalation in the Korean conflict, admitting that the situation had seriously deteriorated over the past weeks.

Putin urged all sides of the crisis to refrain from any provocation that could further deteriorate the situation. He also said the surge in hostilities had made it necessary for all stakeholders to embark on renewed efforts to find a solution to the conflict.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Putin and Abe are behaving like the adults in the room right now.

However, that being said, I cannot imagine on what the Vegas odds are of talks restarting at this moment in time.

Last month, Secretary of State Tillerson rejected talks with North Korea until they stop their nuclear weapons program, which is absolutely a non-starter for North Korea, because such weapons have been developed as a deterrent to an American strike against it.

Rex Tillerson Rejects Talks With North Korea on Nuclear Program

The 9th of May, the date when South Korea holds its elections, is coming up quickly; it's one week from this Tuesday.

IF, in fact, the US is going to engineer a false flag to blame against North Korea as the "justification" for an attack against it, they are going to have to do it very, very soon, unless the US government is determined to bend the South Korean election results to its liking; and it appears that this is very much the case.

Because all of a sudden, out of no where, we have a "dark horse" candidate, Ahn Cheol-soo, who is "surging" in the polls. As reported at the New York Times on 14 April, 2017:

Mr. Ahn, a boyish former medical doctor and relative neophyte in politics, calls himself a champion of “new politics” who would heal a country disillusioned with what he describes as a corrupt and out-of-touch elite. But his detractors call him a “stooge” for old politics, beholden to conservative allies of former President Park Geun-hye, whose impeachment and ouster last month led to the election. Polling experts say that Mr. Ahn owed his recent popularity to people who shunned conservative candidates after Ms. Park’s corruption scandal but did not trust Mr. Moon either, especially in dealing with North Korea’s advancing military abilities. Mr. Ahn has wooed those people by attacking Ms. Park’s government while promising to honor its decision to allow the United States to deploy an advanced missile defense system in the country against the North, a decision that has infuriated China.

So, if this guy is able to pull off a "come from behind" win (nudge, nudge, wink, wink) the US will have a little more latitude in terms of timing on a military campaign, or taking other steps, against North Korea.

Rigging foreign elections is nothing new to the American deep state.

So the question becomes, will the American deep state take the chance that this man can actually win the South Korean election, or will the possibility he may not be able to, drive them to a pre-emptive strike?!?

We'll know very soon, I predict.



Apr 28 08:59

Everyone Is Allowed An Opinion In the New World Order – As Long As It’s The Right One

Trying to track the value of your opinion based on those that seek to deny you that opinion should be made into the national sport; at the very least you should be allowed to place bets on it. Whose opinion outweighs whose? What type of person will be “no-platformed” next? The betting options are almost endless, and with each victim group so sure that they are the least “respected/ noticed/ catered for/ cared about/ represented etc…”, there would likely be some good money laid down.

Apr 28 08:58

Khloe Kardashian posted a photo of herself on Instagram. Now she could lose $200,000.

Traditionally, the Kardashian sisters are known to make millions of dollars in revenue from their social media accounts, but now it seems that one photo shared to Instagram last year may end up costing them dearly.

According to People, Khloe Kardashian may be set to lose up to AU $200,750 after posting a copyrighted paparazzi image of herself to her Instagram account in September last year.

Apr 28 08:51

CBD oil helps autistic boy speak again

After giving Kalel the oral CBD spray twice a day for two days, the results were nothing short of miraculous: After years of never hearing their child utter a single word, they received a call from Kalel’s teacher asking what treatment they were trying, because Kalel had suddenly spoken at school that day! At first, he was only able to say the vowels, A, E, I, O and U, but to the parents’ joy, very quickly added consonants, full words and complete sentences, even telling his mother he loved her.



Apr 28 08:50

An attack on all journalism

The Trump regime and Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III are n the process of shutting down what's left of the news media.

Here's how they're going to do it...

After smearing Wikileaks in every possible way (with even Wired Magazine is involved), they're going to go after their Wikileaks' methods in court.

What's their method?

Apr 28 08:49

Fordham students sue university over SJP ban

Students have sued Fordham University over the New York institution’s refusal to allow them to establish a chapter of Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP).

The lawsuit, filed in state court on Wednesday, alleges that the private Jesuit university violates its own free expression policies and is engaged in viewpoint discrimination.

Apr 28 08:49

Dismantling the distortion about Israel

What are the 10 myths? Pappe divides the book into three sections: “Fallacies of the Past,” “Fallacies of the Present” and “Looking Ahead.” The six myths of the past include the well-known saying, “a land without a people for a people without a land,” the conflation of Zionism and Judaism, Zionism as a national liberation movement and the alleged voluntary flight of Palestinians during the 1948 war.

The three myths of the present era are the claim that Israel is a democracy, that the Oslo accords represented a genuine peace process rather than a “ploy to deepen the occupation” and that Israel’s multiple attacks on Gaza were simply acts of self-defense.

Apr 28 08:48

Alarming statistics reveal “young strokes” are surging across America

Strokes are occurring more frequently for adults between the ages of 35 and 44. The trend is shocking. Between 2003 and 2012, stroke hospitalizations rose 42 percent for men and 30 percent for women in this young age group. The study, published in JAMA Neurology, gathered hospital billing data and calculated the number of adults under age 65 who were hospitalized for an ischemic stroke from 2003 to 2012. An ischemic stroke occurs when the blood clots and cannot circulate to the brain.

In total, there were at least 30,000 more stroke hospitalizations in 2012 than there were in 2003. Every age group studied is suffering more than ever before. Adults aged 35 to 44 showed the greatest uptick in ischemic stroke and other chronic disease risk factors, including high blood pressure, obesity, and diabetes.



Owl 1
Apr 28 08:48

Ex-finance official allegedly embezzled more than $100,000 from Hamline University

A supervisor in the accounts payable department at Hamline University in St. Paul stole more than $150,000 from the school by creating fake vendor accounts and cashing checks issued by the university into her personal bank account, charges say.

Teresa Ann Garin, 51, was charged with three counts of theft by swindle for her role in an elaborate financial scheme that played out between the summer of 2015 and this past winter, according to the criminal complaint filed against her Wednesday in Ramsey County District Court.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Trying to pay off her student loans? :)

Apr 28 08:46

Climate change app terrorizes youth with wildly exaggerated sea level projections

Thanks to current technology, you too can experience the so-called “disastrous effects” of climate change wherever you may be. Development studios Strange Flavor and secondverse have collaborated with visual artist Justin Brice Guariglia to create an app, named After Ice, in honor of Earth Day. Utilizing geolocation, augmented reality (AR), and collected NASA predictions, the app will show you how your area will look when affected by global ice melt and rising sea levels. Bubbles and fish will also sometimes swim past, states the DailyMail.co.uk. Yet, taking “the science out of the lab” reveals this: rising sea and ice levels just aren’t happening. After Ice is simply more fear mongering disguised as a “fun” and “educational” app.

Apr 28 08:45

All 100 U.S. Senators Demand UN Take Action Against 'anti-Israel Agenda'

Entire U.S. Senate sign letter demanding new UN chief 'ensure that Israel is treated neither better nor worse than any other UN member in good standing'

Apr 28 08:44

USS Nimitz Is now Ready for 'the Big One'

The Navy has said the Nimitz will deploy in early summer. It hasn't announced where it will be going. Deployments usually last seven or eight months.

"We are going to be tested," Byrne said in the release. "We need to go forward confident that we will be competitive enough and that we will be tough enough to prevail. I have no doubt that Nimitz Strike Group is both."



Apr 28 08:43

Police Suspect Netanyahu Received Perks From Another U.S. Millionaire

Israeli Police Suspect Netanyahu Received Favors From Millionaire Spencer Partrich

Spencer Partrich, a businessman described as Netanyahu's air taxi in the United States, testified about his relations with the prime minister in recent years

Apr 28 08:40

RIGHT AFTER LIBERALS SAID THEY BLOCKED THE WALL, TRUMP MADE A HUGE ANNOUNCEMENT

The lying media and liberal politicians have been doing a lot of nonsense boasting about shutting down the border wall. They said Trump taking it out of the budget means he gave up. Not So Fast…President Trump called reporters into his office today to make his message loud and clear.

Apr 28 08:37

ANTIFA AND THE POLICE STATE

As we now know, the FBI is engaged in creating terror plots and using them to frame patsies, amounting to “a form of pre-emptory prosecution where vulnerable individuals are targeted and manipulated not for any criminal acts they have committed but rather for the bad political views they have expressed,” according to Glenn Greenwald.

It’s in the state’s best interest to stir up trouble between the so-called alt-right and its opponents on the left, especially violence-prone groups on its periphery. As the violence escalates, the state will move to further enable law enforcement to go after nonviolent and legitimate protesters and provide a rationalization for further expansion of its high-tech surveillance apparatus.

It took a formal investigation to uncover the dirty secrets of Operation Gladio. If not for activists taking files from a Philadelphia FBI office in 1971, we would not know about COINTELPRO.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Of course; further violence becomes the "justification" for more invasive, and intrusive, surveillance into all our lives, even if we are the polar opposite from violent, as Mike and I are.

In fact, we think that any surveillance on us by any of the "alphabet soup" intelligence agencies is pure punishment duty. :-)



Apr 28 08:33

Sen. Sasse Just DESTROYED The Media And Planned Parenthood In EPIC Fashion

There is so much misinformation on abortion spread by the mainstream media that it can be overwhelming.
There are people out there who think abortions are only 3% of what Planned Parenthood does. That’s false.
There are people who think women will be left high and dry if Planned Parenthood goes away. That’s false.

Apr 28 08:32

Bill Nye Pushes Sick “Ice Cream Orgy” Cartoon to Kids

Bill Nye, “the Science Guy,” is quickly gaining a reputation as being the pervy guy after he debuted a new video apparently aimed at children that suggests heterosexuality is just one of the many “flavors” of sexuality.



Lockerdome
Apr 28 08:31

Obama scores another $400K speaking fee amid criticism

Even as President Obama faced criticism for getting $400,000 for a speech to a Wall Street bank, he pocketed the same amount of money for a second speech, The Post has learned.

Obama made another $400,000 on Thursday when he appeared at the A&E Networks advertising upfront at The Pierre Hotel. He was interviewed over 90 minutes at the Midtown Manhattan event by presidential historian Doris Kearns Goodwin in front of the cable network’s advertisers.

Out of office just 98 days, Obama caught some flack earlier this week when it was learned that he had agreed to speak in September at a health care event sponsored by Wall Street bank Cantor Fitzgerald.

Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) said she was “troubled” by the big-ticket talk.

Apr 28 08:31

TRUMP: "I'M A NATIONALIST AND A GLOBALIST"

President Donald Trump was prepared to end the North American Free Trade Agreement deal, which had governed trade relations for the past 23 years, with a dramatic announcement Saturday at a Pennsylvania political rally marking his 100th day in office.

As rumors spread of the possible action, Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto called the president urging him not to pull out of the accord. "Let me think about it," Mr. Trump said. Within a half hour a call came in from Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau with a similar request.

After the talks, Mr. Trump was convinced "they're serious about it and I will negotiate rather than terminate," the president said in an interview with The Wall Street Journal on Thursday.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

President Trump is neither a nationalist, or a globalist; he is simply a willing puppet for the American Deep State.

Apr 28 08:28

Trump says 'major conflict' with North Korea possible

US President Donald Trump has warned that a “major conflict” with North Korea is “absolutely” possible in the ongoing standoff over its nuclear and missile programs.

"There is a chance that we could end up having a major, major conflict with North Korea. Absolutely," Trump told Reuters on Thursday ahead of his 100th day in office.

Apr 28 08:28

TRUMP IS PUPPET OF US ‘DEEP STATE,’ HAS NO ‘OWN’ FOREIGN POLICY – ASSAD

US president Donald Trump is not a truly independent political leader but merely a puppet of US corporations, military and intelligence, and who serves their interests, Syrian President Bashar Assad has told the Latin American TeleSUR TV network.
Trump pursues “no own policies” but only executes the decisions made by the “intelligence agencies, the Pentagon, the big arms manufacturers, oil companies, and financial institutions,” the Syrian leader said in an exclusive interview with TeleSUR.

"As we have seen in the past few weeks, he changed his rhetoric completely and subjected himself to the terms of the deep American state, or the deep American regime," Assad added.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Unfortunately, al-Assad's assessment is absolutely correct.



Apr 28 08:27

Trump wants S. Korea to foot $1bn THAAD bill, Seoul says no

Donald Trump said South Korea should pay for hosting the American THAAD anti-missile system, in line with his general narrative that America’s allies are taking advantage of US protection. Seoul has rejected the idea.

President Trump wants South Korea to pay around $1 billion for the deployment of the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) battery, he told Reuters in an exclusive interview.

“I informed South Korea it would be appropriate if they paid. It’s a billion dollar system,” said Trump.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

South Korea didn't even want the THAAD. They wouldn't need the THAAD were it not for the US' meddling in their part of the world. The village where it is deployed is rioting right now. I am not surprised that Seoul told Donald to go pound kimchi!

Apr 28 08:21

The Democrats Won This Round, And It Wasn’t Even Close…

We have just witnessed one of the greatest routs in modern American political history. We are still waiting to see if a spending agreement can be reached so that a government shutdown at midnight on Friday can be averted, but whether a shutdown actually happens or not, the Democrats have won this round by a landslide.

Apr 28 08:12

Our Newest T-shirt design

LINK FIXED!!!

Clicking on the image will take you to the store page.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Suggested by a listener!

Apr 28 08:09

New spin of North Korea-Syria ‘axis of evil’ points to US war

US media reports this week blamed North Korea for having a dastardly role in an alleged chemical weapons massacre in Syria. As if the two countries could not be demonized enough. The latest spin of the “axis of evil” suggests Washington is hell-bent on war.
Demonize, dehumanize, destroy. That’s the logic being throttled by the Trump administration toward both North Korea and Syria. This week war hawk US Senator Lyndsey Graham after a dinner with President Trump referred to North Korean leader Kim Jong-un as a “nutjob,” while Trump earlier labeled Syrian leader Bashar Assad an “animal.”

Now the two “evil dictators” are bonded in US media reports for complicity in the alleged chemical weapons attack earlier this month in Syria’s Idlib Province, where it is claimed Assad’s armed forces dropped toxic munitions on civilians, killing up to 80.

The supplier of the alleged chemical weapons in Syria is the “Kim Jong-un regime” in North Korea, according to US reports.

Webmaster's Commentary: 



Apr 28 08:06

‘Putin is not Assad’s lawyer, he is advocate of international law’

Russian President Vladimir Putin is not a lawyer of Syrian leader Bashar Assad. Dmitry Peskov, an official spokesman for the Russian president, said that Putin was an "advocate and defender of international law."

It is the principles of international law, rather than interests of individual politicians, that the Russian president defends, Peskov added.

Russia's position in relation to Syria has not changed. According to Peskov, Russia excludes interference of third countries into internal affairs of sovereign states. It is only the people of Syria who can decide the fate of their country, Peskov added.

Apr 28 08:06

USA’s military pressure on North Korea threatens global catastrophe

"Switching from polemics to power actions is unacceptable. I do not think one has to be an expert to understand that the military scenario to resolve the situation on the Korean Peninsula will trigger a colossal global catastrophe in all dimensions," Russian Foreign Ministry spokesman Maria Zakharova said.

Apr 28 08:05

SYRIAN WAR REPORT – APRIL 28, 2017: GOVT FORCES ADVANCE ON MULTIPLE FRONTS

Clashes resumed in Al-Qaboun district in eastern Damascus as the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) capture more points from Hayat Tahrir al-Sham (HTS) and its allies. The SAA detected a tunnel connecting many positions of the militants inside the district and destroyed it. Ahrar al-Sham claimed that its members had hit two SAA tanks in Al-Qaboun district.

Pro-militant sources say that opposition forces are in a critical situation in the area after government troops cut off supply lines operated by militants in the area. HTS-led forces suffer from shortages of ammunition and food.

Earlier this week, the SAA launched an operation against ISIS to in the Damascus desert east of the Syrian capital. So far, the SAA has advanced towards the Al-Sham desert around the Tishreen electricity station capturing some 6 kilometers. Pro-government sources report heavy losses among ISIS members.

Apr 28 07:58

SHOCKER: Most Americans Don’t Want People To Buy Soda And Candy With Food Stamps.

I pay for your dinner, I get to dictate what you can't order.

Apr 28 07:57

How would you feel if your doctor were bribed to give you a drug?

Hello, Novartis. The pharmaceutical giant has just been fined $50 million by the government of South Korea for bribing doctors to prescribe the company’s drugs.

FiercePharma reports: “Last year, prosecutors in the country [Korea] raided Novartis offices to gather documents and account books. South Korean officials later indicted a half-dozen Novartis execs, as well as more than a dozen doctors and five medical journal heads…The Korea Times says the criminal trial is now underway.”

Apr 28 07:55

Russia reacts to possible nuclear strike from USA

Russia will be able to give a tough answer to a nuclear strike that the United States may inflict on Russia, First Deputy Chairman of the Federation Council Committee on Defense and Security, Franz Klintsevich said, RIA Novosti reports.

The senator has thus commented on the statement from first deputy head of the Main Operations Directorate of Russia's General Staff, Gen. Viktor Poznikhir. According to the general, the US missile defense system in Europe creates an opportunity for a sudden nuclear attack on Russia.

According to Klintsevich, the general sent a clear signal to the US leadership and warned the United States any any development of events will not come as a surprise to Russia. "I think that this reminder will not be superfluous. Let them know what we know, so to speak," the senator wrote on his Facebook page.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The reason North Korea (and everyone else) want nuclear weapons; to PREVENT invasion and war!

Apr 28 07:54

The French Intelligence Report of April 26, 2017 Contradicts the Allegations in the White House Intelligence Report of April 11, 2017 by Dr. Theodore Postol

Attached below are data derived from the French Intelligence Report published yesterday on April 26, 2017. A reading of the report instantaneously indicates that the French Intelligence Report of April 26, 2017 directly contradicts the White House Intelligence Report of April 11, 2017. The discrepancies between these two reports essentially result in two completely different narratives alleging nerve agent attacks in Syria on April 11, 2017. The fact that these two intelligence reports allege totally different circumstances associated with the same alleged event raises very serious questions that need to be investigated and reported to the American public.



Apr 28 07:52

Internet Ad Revenues Surge, Only 2 Companies Get the Spoils

The big shift to mobile advertising.

Apr 28 07:45

CNN Mistakes Chinese Troops for American Marines

One would think that after being called out numerous times for reporting fake news and spreading misinformation, CNN might try to sharpen its investigative skills and get things right for once. One would think.

Apr 28 07:42

‘Information warfare’ is a scare term sent to kill free speech

The lawmaker added: “Ultimately, we will continue to struggle with cyber-enhanced information operation campaigns until we address the policy and strategy deficiencies that undermine our overall cyber posture.” -- That’s a lot of jargon to say basically that the government is very, very interested in deciding what type of information from who should be permitted to reach mass audiences. That, of course, shouldn’t come as a surprise.



Apr 28 07:31

BEXALERT: GOP Lawmaker: U.S. Won’t Spray Opium in Afghanistan Because Crops ‘Might Be Too Close to a Mosque’

WASHINGTON D.C. — The United States had the ability to use aerial spraying to destroy the opium crops in Afghanistan used by the Taliban to fund their terrorist activities after 9/11 but refused to do so out of concern that the plants “might be too close to a mosque,” declared Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R-CA) during a congressional hearing.

We all know why they wont spray the poppies. Cuts into the CIA's profits!

www.whatreallyhappened.com/WRHARTICLES/dyinginafghanistan.php



Owl 3
Apr 28 07:26

4chan's /pol/ is now more powerful than the FBI and CIA combined

- they are the world's best intel agency

Identifying and unmasking antifa mob

Apr 28 07:17

"Obama Administration Gave Flynn His Security Clearance" Sean Spicer Stuns Reporter



Carambola
Apr 28 07:17

FRENCH MAYOR Robert Menard found guilty of “incitement” for daring to point out that classrooms with 91% Muslim students are a problem for France

When it comes to Muslims, truth is the new hate speech in France, Europe, and now creeping into America, too, thanks to the sharia-compliant left.

Apr 28 07:15

Hackers used Microsoft Word bug 'for months'

A bug in Microsoft Word was exploited by hackers for months before it was eventually fixed, according to security researchers.

The flaw allowed attackers to take control of a computer via malicious document files.

The zero-day, or previously undetected, vulnerability was patched earlier this month.

However, it has since emerged that Microsoft was told about it in October, nearly six months ago.

Apr 28 07:13

President Duterte kicks globalist Rothschilds out of the Philippines

The Philippines just made the US Government's Special High Interest Targets list!

Apr 28 07:12

Maxine Waters suffers brain freeze during rant on North Korea

This isn't an isolated incident either. Here she is as she thinks about running naked across the African plane instead of remembering what the fuck she was talking about.

Apr 28 07:11

Israel Provides Air Support for Syrian Jihadists — Again

- reminded the world that it is the de facto air force for Salafist head-choppers terrorizing Syria

Apr 28 07:11

Breast surgeon Ian Paterson needlessly harmed patients

A breast surgeon has been convicted of intentionally wounding patients in "completely unnecessary" operations.

Ian Paterson, 59, was found guilty of 17 counts of wounding with intent, relating to nine women and one man.

Jurors at Nottingham Crown Court decided the surgeon carried out "extensive, life-changing operations for no medically-justifiable reason".

Apr 28 07:09

Google and Facebook duped in huge 'scam'

Google and Facebook have confirmed that they fell victim to an alleged $100m (£77m) scam.

In March, it was reported that a Lithuanian man had been charged over an email phishing attack against "two US-based internet companies" who were not named at the time.

They had allegedly been tricked into wiring more than $100m to the alleged scammer's bank accounts.

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