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Apr 03 12:09

Google Blood Money

A Mail on Sunday investigation today exposes how Google has cashed in on a sickening YouTube video that shows viewers how to kill someone in a stab vest like the one worn by PC Keith Palmer when he was murdered in the Westminster terror attack.

Apr 03 12:09

US Newspaper Finds Perfect Photograph to Represent St. Petersburg Terror Attack

What were they trying to suggest with this photo? Nobody knows...

"I’m a strong black woman. And I cannot be intimidated, undermined — I’m not going to be put down. I’m not going to go anywhere," boasts California Congresswoman Maxine Waters, who apparently is being intimidated by people who know that Crimea is not in Asia. But why is Maxine bringing race into the equation?

Apr 03 12:08

Opioids Aren’t The Problem And Chris Christie Isn’t The Solution

On Wednesday, President Trump announced the establishment of the President’s Commission on Combating Drug Addiction and the Opioid Crisis, to be headed up by noted public health addiction expert…New Jersey Governor Chris Christie.

Apr 03 12:08

‘Trump Not Stopping Me From Beating Up On Russia’ – UN Ambassador Haley

The US ambassador to the UN, Nikki Haley, told ABC’s ‘This Week’, that President Trump’s less confrontational stance is not an obstacle to her “beating up on Russia.” Also on the show, former defense secretary warned against inconsistency in US policy.

Appearing on the show on Sunday, Haley said other nations are “happy that we’re finally beating up on Russia”, and she believes Moscow was involved in meddling with the US election.

Apr 03 12:02

US Backstabbed Turkey. Now It's Erdogan's Turn to Return the Favor

Turkey’s nationalist leader Recep Erdogan often tends to forget that his country belongs to NATO and its foreign and security policies are expected to toe the American line. The attempted coup last July should have prompted him to draw proper conclusions, but on the contrary, it made him even more resolute and assertive in the pursuit of independent foreign policies. He crossed the “red line” by his dalliance with Russia and his independent course on Syria, both of which weaken the US’ regional strategy. With the arrest of Mehmet Hakan Atilla, vice president for international banking, Halkbank (Turkey’s state-owned bank) by FBI sleuths in New York on Monday, the Empire has struck back at Erdogan. The New York district attorney’s office accuses Attila with participating “in a years-long scheme to violate American sanctions laws by helping Reza Zarrab, a major gold trader, use U.S.

Apr 03 12:01


Here is the latest round of Saturday cartoons from Snippits. Enjoy!

Apr 03 12:00

Pakistan Sees Alliance With Russia and China as Solution to US Foreign Policy Disasters

There's a lot of interesting discussion going on right now about Pakistan's growing partnership with Russia and China — and how it reflects on Washington's poor standing in the region. Pakistan sees Russia and China as natural allies in order to bring the conflict in Afghanistan to an end and restore stability to the region, a task that the U.S. is apparently incapable of (or not interested in) achieving. Of course, the big thorn in the side of Pakistan's relationship with the "Russia-China alliance" is India...

Apr 03 12:00

BEX Alert! - "Father of JCC bomb hoaxer apologizes to US Jews, blames tumor"

‘There was no motive of hatred. The motive was illness,’ says Israeli dad of teen suspect, citing son’s brain tumor

Apr 03 11:52

Bankers get rid of euro, prefer pound

World Central Banks prefer pounds. And reject euros or reduce their assets in this currency to the minimum. It was reported by the Financial Times with a reference to the Central Banking Publications and the HSBC bank. Reserve managers of 80 largest central banks with total volume of investments at 6 trillion euros have taken part in the survey. The euro is no more trusted because of political instability in the EU, as well policy of the European Central Bank. The Brexit has also influenced. By the way, despite Britain's launching procedure of the exit from the EU, the majority of world banks consider the UK as the most reliable place for currency reserves. One more event in Europe may affect euro, analysts are sure. That is victory of Marine Le Pen at the presidential elections in France. In this case, the currency rate of dollar and euro will be equal. Such a forecast has been given by the Bloomberg agency given survey data of the leading economists.

Apr 03 11:49

Photo of St. Petersburg terrorist suspect unveiled

REN TV published a photo of the alleged terrorist, who caused the explosion in the metro of St. Petersburg. The man left a backpack in the carriage and left, and the explosion exploded soon afterwards. The bearded man is seen dressed in black. Law-enforcers do not exclude that the man wore black to mislead the investigation. Six victims of the explosion in the metro of St. Petersburg have been identified. They are people of different ages, from teens to elderly individuals. Many other victims remain in critical condition...
St. Petersburg subway blast victims came to each other’s aid, eyewitness say

Apr 03 11:47

Kiev resident warned of explosions in Russia seven hours beforehand

"London, Brussels, Moscow, Istanbul, St. Petersburg - this is not a complete list of the cities that had experienced terrorist attacks in subway. We sympathise with every family and every passenger whom the tragedy affected," a message posted on the Facebook page of the Kiev metro said. Meanwhile, a person named as Ekaterina Rubanova, who lives in Kiev, had posted a message about a terrorist attack in Russia seven hours before the tragedy took place in the St. Petersburg metro. "They haven't seen terrorist attacks for quite a while. There will be one today. Wait," the woman wrote on Instagram and included #bomb, #terrorattack and #lovepeople hashtags. The photo in the woman's post shows a round black object.

Apr 03 11:44

Ted Nugent Just Ticked Off Every Islamic Terrorist In The World

Rocker and conservative superstar Ted Nugent dropped a bomb on Islamic terrorists by pointing out that pork and pork products, which are strictly forbidden in the Muslim religion, are actually in many products – including bullets and bombs.

Apr 03 11:40

Russia to maintain food import ban as long as Western sanctions are in place

Russia will maintain the response measures so long as Western sanctions against Russia remain in effect, President Vladimir Putin said on Monday. "I assume sanctions [against Russia] will not last forever but if they are everlasting, we will perpetually limit access for goods we are able to produce ourselves to our market," Putin said. "We largely used these sanctions to make a retaliatory strike and do so that it helped us, rather than do harm to us. It is obviously helping us," the president said. "We will continue to particularly rely on this principle in future: to do everything benefiting us and try not to do anything interfering with our development," Putin said. Putin mentioned the agricultural sector as an example, which is showing steady growth recently. "The agricultural segment is assuring very good growth rates lately - over 3%," the head of state said. Figures of federal support "are growing, rather than declining," Putin said.

Apr 03 11:39

It’s Now OK To Go Kill Yourself In India

Many mental health professionals in India would turn away suicidal patients to avoid legal trouble in case their patients attempted suicide while under their care because attempted suicide and “any act towards the commission” of suicide was a crime. But now, as of March 27th, and to much rejoice, India decriminalized attempted suicide.(!)

Apr 03 11:38

Iraqi Kurdistan to hold vote on independence

The authorities of Iraqi Kurdistan plan to hold a referendum on independence from Baghdad later this year, Spokesman for the Kurdistan Regional Government Safeen Dizayee told Izvestia. "We had planned this referendum back in 2014, but the operation against the Islamic State (terror group, outlawed in Russia) made us postpone the vote. The question we are going to put to the plebiscite is as follows: ‘Do you want an independent state to be established in Iraqi Kurdistan?’ The referendum is expected to be held in 2017," Dizayee explained. He noted that Kurds’ rights in the political, economic, social, cultural and other areas must be realized, adding that this should be done "on the basis of maintaining stability in the region and constructive dialogue".

Apr 03 11:30

Marine Le Pen regains lead in French presidential polls ahead of first round of voting

France’s far-right leader Marine Le Pen has regained a top position in the popularity rating of presidential candidates in the first round of voting, according to OpinionWay poll results released on Monday. According to the poll, the gap between Le Pen and her chief rival, former economics minister and the founder of the political movement "En Marche!", Emmanuel Macron, is now just one percentage point. Their positions in poll conducted on March 31 were equal, with both counting on 24% of votes. The third in the trio of frontrunners is the nominee of the Republicans and former prime minister, Francios Fillon, who can count on 19% of votes in the first round of elections, the same amount as in late March. The survey suggests however that Le Pen is lagging behind Macron in the second round of voting, with a gap of 26 percentage points between them still in place.

Apr 03 11:27

Terrorists Attack Russian Embassy in Damascus

At around 14:00 local time, terrorists, belonging to the group Hayat Tahrir Al Sham started to fire mortars and rockets towards the Russia Embassy building in Al Mazraa district of Damascus, Syria's capital city. About 20 shells are rockets are said to have been fired, none, however, hit the target. There are no reports on casualties either. In a response, Russian Air Force launched intense strikes on Hayat Tahrir Al Sham positions in Jobar, located in the eastern countryside of Damascus.

Apr 03 11:25

Syrian Forces Retake the Key Strategic Town of Maardis in Hama

Syrian forces managed to regain control of the key strategic town of Maardis, located in the northern countryside of Hama province. Maardis was the last key strategic town that was awaiting liberation by the Syrian forces. The latest move pretty much concludes the fate of a large-scale offensive by the terrorist group Al Nusra Front and its allies that started on Wednesday, March 22nd.

Apr 03 11:19

Makeshift bomb deactivated at metro station in St. Petersburg

An improved explosive device found at a St. Petersburg subway station was filled with striking elements, the local branch of the Federal Security Service (FSB) said on Monday.
"At the Ploshchad Vosstaniya metro station in St. Petersburg a makeshift explosive device was found and rendered harmless on Monday," National Antiterrorist Committee spokesman Andrey Przhezdomsky told the Rossiya-24 television news channel. "It was done promptly and professionally. Special services and law enforcement agencies keep taking crucial measures to identify and avert terrorist threats," the National Anti-Terrorist Committee said. Earlier, a yet-to-be specified explosive device went off at about 14:40 on a St. Petersburg metro train between the Tekhnologichesky Institut and Sennaya Ploshchad stations.

Apr 03 11:17

Investigative Committee calls St. Petersburg subway blast terrorist attack

According to preliminary findings, a yet-to-be specified explosive device went off on a train between the Tekhnologichesky Institut and Sennaya Ploshchad stations at 14:40 Moscow time. Preliminary findings indicate that the train driver’s actions were correct. "The explosion occurred between two stations. The driver made the right decision not to stop the train but take it to the next station, which allowed for promptly starting the evacuation and providing assistance to the injured. This helped prevent a heavier death toll". According to official data, forty-seven people were hurt. Thirty-nine people were taken to hospital. Seven people died at the scene of a Monday afternoon blast in St. Petersburg’s metro, one person died in an ambulance car on the way to hospital and two died at the hospital’s reception ward. The administration of St. Petersburg has declared a three days mourning starting Tuesday...

Apr 03 11:06

Mike Cernovich: Susan Rice Requested Unmasking of Incoming Trump Administration Officials

Susan Rice, who served as the National Security Adviser under President Obama, has been identified as the official who requested unmasking of incoming Trump officials, Cernovich Media can exclusively report.

Apr 03 11:06

Several dead in St. Petersburg, Russia, subway explosion

The Russians know who is behind international terrorism.

April 3 (UPI) -- An explosion in Russia on Monday struck between St. Petersburg's Sennaya Ploschad and Tekhnologichesky Institut subway stations, killing at least 9 and injuring several others, emergency officials said.

Russia's National Anti-Terrorism Committee, or NAC, said nine people died and 20 people were injured in the explosion, while a spokesman for St. Petersburg's governor said at least 10 people were killed and 50 people were injured. Russia's Ministry of Health said 11 people died in the attack.