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Mar 25 08:29

It's a shame your President had to go through this: Donald Trump after Mueller revelations

US President Donald Trump came out all guns blazing against his critics after an investigation into charges of colluding with Russians during the presidential campaign appeared to give him a clean chit.
Findings of special counsel Robert Mueller were submitted to the US Congress in which it was reportedly mentioned that Trump or his associated did not conspire with the Russians to influence the 2016 presidential election.

Mar 25 08:27

High-level probe clears Trump of colluding with Russians before US elections

Mueller, who spent nearly two years investigating allegations that Russia meddled in the 2016 election to help Trump defeat his Democratic opponent Hillary Clinton, also found no evidence that any member of Trump`s election campaign conspired with Russia during the election.

Mar 25 07:46

The Next Big Letdown for Stocks

Mar 25 06:53

The Disaster Myth Narrative

According to public record and revised history, there is no chaos in the aftermath of a disaster. Nobody panics, nobody loot, and nobody goes hungry. But preppers know differently.

Mar 25 06:47


Cleared of Collusion With Russia, Trump Can Now Collude Shamelessly With Netanyahu

(*Timing is Everything !
Nice Work Bob! )

Mar 25 06:40

51 Rare Historical Photos That Will Leave You In Awe. #14 Is Just... WOW!

Below is a collection of some of the most fascinating rare historical photos you'll ever see. It's like going back in time to witness the most interesting moments in the history of the world.

Mar 25 06:35

The Gentleman's Guide to Amputating Arms

Spewed from the depths of the internet archive is this somewhat funny poster. From what we know of the grim and weird medical practices of the past, this could very well be real.

Mar 25 06:32

In 1954, This 9-Week-Old Baby Became the 'World's Youngest Swimmer'

LIFE magazine introduced its readers to an incredible nine-week-old baby named Julie Sheldon in 1954. She lived in Los Angeles and was, based from LIFE, the "world's youngest swimmer." She was diligently coached by her grandmother, a children's swimming instructor. LIFE wrote "Julie practices once a day," and, "faithfully following her morning nap with a 20-minute dip."

Mar 25 06:31

Rocket Hits Central Israel; Army Blames Hamas, Readies Mass Deployment

Seven Wounded After Gaza Rocket Hits House in Central Israel
Thousands of reservists to be called up Army says rocket was fired from Hamas position Netanyahu cuts short Washington visit, vows forceful response

Seven people were wounded Monday in the early morning after a house in central Israel was hit by a rocket fired from the Gaza Strip, prompting Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to cut short his visit to Washington and return to Israel.

The Israel Defense Forces said that the rocket, which struck a home in the community of Mishmeret, was fired from a Hamas position in the area of Rafah in the southern Strip, some 120 kilometers from where it hit. The IDF said the rocket was manufactured by the group.


Mar 25 06:30

The Man Who Survived 133 Days Adrift At Sea on a Wooden Raft, WW2

Chinese native Poon Lim was a cabin boy on a British passenger freight, the Ben Lomond, during World War II that was traveling from Cape Town to Surinam.

Mar 25 06:20

Hamas rocket rains on Netanyahu's victory parade

Analysis Hamas Rocket Rains on Netanyahu’s Victory Parade With Trump
The electoral asset of the prime minister’s sterling ties to a president reborn after the Mueller report are outweighed by perceptions that he is soft on the Gaza group

Netanyahu was eagerly expecting to bask in the glow of Trump’s triumph. Not only would he showcase his extraordinarily close ties to the U.S. president, he could expect wavering voters to draw the proper analogy between Netanyahu’s legal affairs and Trump’s onslaught against the “witch hunt” he claims is after him.

The rocket that destroyed a home in the central Israel community of Mishmeret, however, upended Netanyahu’s calculations. Trump, he realized, was no longer in his voters’ spotlight.

Security flare-ups, especially those stemming from terrorist groups such as Hamas, are normally expected to benefit the right. The attacks stir nationalist sentiments, allow right-wing leaders such as Netanyahu to run wild with belligerent rhetoric, and cast their center-left opponents as weakling appeasers.

Netanyahu, however, has been in power too long>>>

Mar 25 05:25

Examining A Sad Truth

Mar 25 05:23

3...2...(*just dont use the word "Wall")...and GO: *** US Efforts at IAEA Hit Tall Wall

Kaveh Afrasiabi: US Efforts at IAEA Hit Tall Wall
Kaveh Afrasiabi, author and political scientist, says neither the International Atomic Energy Agency, nor even the US intelligence community ever backed White House allegations against Iran’s nuclear program.

Speaking in an exclusive interview with FNA, Kaveh Afrasiabi mentioned US isolation resulted by its hostile Iran policy, saying “by scrapping the Iran nuclear deal, the Trump administration has put itself in the defensive mode”.

Kaveh Afrasiabi, PhD is an Iranian political scientist who served as Iran’s nuclear negotiation team advisor.>>>

Below is the full text of the interview:


Mar 25 05:03

Why did New Zealand intelligence fail to catch attack suspect?

Massacre of 50 Muslims prompts conversations about alt-right, spies and Islamophobia in New Zealand and elsewhere.

Christchurch, New Zealand - A week of national mourning, new gun-control laws and emphatic declarations of "This is not us" - New Zealanders have been forceful in denouncing the March 15 mosque attacks that killed 50 Muslim worshippers.

But amid the outpouring of public support for the Pacific island's minority Muslim community, many are also asking how the suspected perpetrator of the gun assaults - 28-year-old Australian-born Brenton Tarrant - slipped under the radar of security agencies.

The answer, analysts say, has much to do with online radicalisation, but is also linked to authorities' failures to adequately assess the threat posed by white supremacists, such as Tarrant himself.>>>