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Aug 21 11:46

Ron Paul Warns “50% Stock Market Plunge Conceivable… And It Won’t Be Trump’s Fault”

The former Republican Congressman from Texas believes escalating dysfunction in Washington will create even more pain for Wall Street.

Aug 21 11:40

A Storm is Coming And It Can’t Be Stopped

The hardcore left will not bend or compromise any of their beliefs and neither will the conservative right. And, sadly, only the folks in middle America see what is coming.

Aug 21 11:39

Russian planes in Syria fly 316 sorties over five days. Aleppo Governorate fully liberated from terrorists

"To eliminate the encircled terrorists trying to retreat towards Deir ez-Zor the intensity of strikes by Russian aircraft was increased to 60-70 sorties a day. Russia’s Aerospace Force carries out air reconnaissance and eliminates IS armored vehicles, pickup trucks armed with heavy weapons and truck convoys carrying ammunition round the clock. Over the past five days Russian planes flew 316 sorties to deal 819 strikes," Colonel-General Rudskoy said. In all, Rudskoy said, Russia’s planes in August carried out 990 sorties. "A total of 2,518 air strikes were dealt against command centers, positions, warehouses and transit camps of terrorists. Forty armored vehicles, 106 trucks carrying heavy machineguns and up to 800 terrorists were destroyed," he said. "The operation to recapture central Syria from terrorists is nearing completion," Rudskoy stated... "The Aleppo Governorate has been fully liberated from terrorists.

Aug 21 11:33

Russian-US meeting on Ukraine to be held behind closed doors

US Special Representative for Ukraine Negotiations Kurt Volker and Russia’s envoy will hold a meeting in Minsk on Monday, Belarusian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Dmitry Mironchik confirmed in an interview with TASS. "The event will take place today, it will be held behind closed doors," he noted. On August 19, the US Department of State reported that Volker is travelling to Minsk to hold a meeting with "a representative of the Russian government" on August 21 to discuss the Russian-Ukrainian relations. US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson earlier said Volker’s meeting with Russian Presidential Aide Vladislav Surkov would be held soon. Volker was appointed to his current position on July 7. His task is to coordinate all efforts by the US Department of State aimed at resolving the conflict in the Donbass region.

Aug 21 11:33

Lost & Found: Grandmother Contacts RT After Seeing Granddaughter’s Plight

RT is campaigning to help orphans stranded in war-torn Iraq to find their relatives and return home.

Aug 21 11:33

Obama’s DHS Chief: Trump’s Generals Should Stay To ‘Right The Ship’

The cadre of US generals and retired generals working under President Donald Trump should not resign as a wave of resignations hits the White House in the wake of a terrorist attack during a demo against white supremacy in Charlottesville, Virginia, says the former head of the Homeland Security (DHS).

Aug 21 11:32

From India To Copenhagen, Humanity And Sludge: To Give Up Would Be To Give In, To Give In Would Be To Let Them Win

It would be easy to say, “to hell with India.” It is easy to say, “to hell with India.” To hell with the whole squalid scene of humanity crawling through its own sludge.

From Theni, across the southern belt with its searing heat, with its endless advertisements for cement across to Madurai and beyond. Yes, the multi-billion-rupee cement industry hellbent on continuing the ever-expanding unfinished building site of concrete sprawl and ugliness that is becoming India. Reaching out towards the dusty roadside shacks and concrete box dwellings and huts with their roofs of vegetation.

Aug 21 11:28

US visa changes to affect mainly Russian independent travelers, says authority

Changes in the visa-issuing procedures introduced by the US on Monday, will affect mostly independent travelers requesting US visas not only for tourism, but also for business, studies and other purposes, the Association of Tour Operators of Russia (ATOR) said on Monday... "Requests for academic programs in the US were rather active, but not all clients could get them even before the imposed restrictions, as the visa-issuing procedures this year have been already excessively long," the director of the department for education abroad of BSI GROUP tour operator, Irina Naumova, commented. "That is why, the students who wanted to study exactly in the US and turned to us at the end of spring, failed to be in time for these programs in July-August," she added. Tour operators note that the biggest problem will be for those who used the services of regional consulates, especially in the Far East. According to ATOR, the region accounted for some 40% of tourists applying for package tours.

Aug 21 11:26

US suspends procedure of issuing nonimmigrant visas throughout Russia as of August 23

The United States will suspend its procedure of issuing nonimmigrant visas in Russia as of August 23, in Moscow this procedure will be resumed on September 1, the US embassy has announced. "As a result of the Russian government’s personnel cap imposed on the US Mission, all nonimmigrant visa (NIV) operations across Russia will be suspended beginning August 23, 2017. Beginning September 1, nonimmigrant visa interviews will be conducted only at the US Embassy in Moscow. NIV interviews at the US Consulates in St. Petersburg, Yekaterinburg, and Vladivostok are suspended until further notice. As of 0900 Moscow time Monday, August 21, the US Mission will begin canceling current nonimmigrant visa appointments countrywide. The NIV applicants who have their interviews canceled should call the number below to reschedule their interview at the US Embassy in Moscow for a later date," the embassy stated.

Aug 21 11:20

U.S. and South Korea Stage Huge Military Exercises Starting Today Despite Tensions

By Aaron Kesel

The U.S. and South Korean militaries will go forward with their annual massive sea, land and air drills today, despite tension with North Korea who has recently threatened to shoot four Hwasong-12 intermediate-range ballistic missiles toward the U.S. owned island of Guam.

The annual joint exercises started in the 1970s...

Aug 21 11:12

Putin confers Ushakov medal upon 47 British veterans of Arctic convoys

The decree says the award is for the British subjects’ "personal courage and bravery displayed during participation in World War II Arctic convoys." For special merits in promoting friendship and cooperation among peoples Putin presented state awards to a number of foreign citizens. The Order of Friendship was awarded to Prime Minister of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern (Germany) Erwin Sellering, Cuba’s ambassador to Russia Emilio Lozada Garcia, French government’s special representative for relations with Russia Jean-Pierre Chevenement and others.

Aug 21 11:11

I am not a number! I am a man!

The United States of America is the world leader for invading your privacy. No other country past or present even comes close, and this absolutely includes Nazi Germany. Not many Americans really know this.

Aug 21 11:09

The USS Indianapolis Still At Sea

The Worst Naval Disaster in US History

At 12:14 a.m. on July 30, 1945, the USS Indianapolis was torpedoed by a Japanese submarine in the Philippine Sea and sank in 12 minutes. Of 1,196 men on board, approximately 300 went down with the ship. The remainder, about 900 men, were left floating in shark-infested waters with no lifeboats and most with no food or water. The ship was never missed, and by the time the survivors were spotted by accident four days later only 316 men were still alive.

Aug 21 11:05

Washington’s new strategy in Afghanistan aimed against China, expert says. Afghanistan may become new stronghold for IS

A new strategy of the United States for Afghanistan affects China’s interests in the region, a leading expert from the Russian Institute for Strategic Studies said on Monday. "New scenarios of the US strategy in Afghanistan affect the interests of China. Over the recent time, the administration of (President Donald) Trump has been way too active in initiating hotbeds of tension close to the Chinese borders: in North Korea, and now in Afghanistan," said Adzhar Kurtov, who is also editor-in-chief of the Problemy Natsionalnoy Strategii (National Strategy Issues) magazine. "Behind all these bright-eyed statements about a certain new strategy in Afghanistan is a trivial position - to remove a rival or weaken him. Nowadays, the People’s Republic of China is the main rival of the US on the global arena," Adzhar Kurtov said. He pointed to Beijing’s "serious plans for cooperation with Afghanistan, including in the economic sector.

Aug 21 10:29

Psychologists Who Developed CIA Torture Reach Secret Deal to Avoid Trial

By Derrick Broze

The two psychologists credited with creating the CIA’s torture program have reached a confidential settlement with victims of the brutal techniques ... and the CIA (the American taxpayer) picked up the tab...

Aug 21 09:47

Wireless Warfare Exposed - Declassified Military Doc Proves Smart Phones Are Killing Mankind

SMART PHONES FOR STUPID PEOPLE: We've been treated like guinea pigs

Aug 21 09:46

Frequency Of Hot Days In The Midwest Down More Than 99%

During the summer of 1936, one maximum temperature measurement out five in the Midwest was over 100F, compared to one out of 800 this summer. One hundred degree days have become very rare in the Midwest since CO2 hit 350 PPM.

Aug 21 09:45

ALERT: GINGRICH JUST SOUNDED THE ALARM AND GAVE TRUMP EXACTLY WHAT HE NEEDS TO SAVE HIS PRESIDENCY

Former Speaker of the House and longtime Trump supporter Newt Gingrich is seriously worried about the future of Donald Trump’s presidency.

Aug 21 09:43

Plummeting August 21 Temperatures In The US

On August 21, 1936 twenty one percent of US stations were over 100F, compared to two percent last year (NASA’s hottest year ever™)

Aug 21 09:41

Micro-Blogging App Zappl Will Utilize Steem Blockchain To Pay Users For Posts

Micro-blogging is loved by everyone, but censorship isn’t; up until this point there haven’t been many suitable replacements for the big social giant Twitter that has increasingly begun to censor its users. That’s about to change with the release of Zappl currently planned for later this month...

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