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November 13, 2018

Nov 13 13:01

PROBABLE BEX - New Study: North Korea Has At Least 13 Secret Ballistic Missile Sites

A new study is alleging that the North Korean regime is operating at least 13 secret ballistic missile sites. This could be a sign that Kim Jong-Un is not quite ready to de-nuclearize despite the decreased rhetoric in recent months.

Totalitarian North Korea is not winding down the country’s nuclear program despite public promises made to the Trump administration. According to a report by USA Today, new research, conducted by the Washington-based Center for Strategic and International Security, has identified 13 of an estimated 20 North Korean missile operating bases that Kim’s regime has not declared.

Nov 13 12:58

US Farmers Are Stashing Soybeans In Toolsheds And Caves As They Wait Out Trade War

Amid China's worsening trade-war fueled economic slide, the Communist country's April decision to slap a 25% tariff on imports of US soybeans has remained one of its most rewarding retaliatory maneuvers. So far, at least, the food-price inflation that many feared would follow hasn't materialized - while the plunge in soybean purchases (imports to China fell 94% between the beginning of September and mid-October) has helped maximize the pressure on Trump-supporting farmers in North Dakota, Iowa and across the US farm belt.

Nov 13 12:58

Trouble Brewing In Hong Kong

When the British took Hong Kong over in the late 1800s, it was nothing more than an irrelevant backwater made up of fishing villages and illiterate fishermen.

But after a few decades, it became one of the most prosperous places in the world.



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Nov 13 12:58

US-Led Coalition Transfers Daesh Terrorists From Syria's Hasakah

According to SANA's earlier reports, over 60 civilians were killed or injured in an airstrike carried out by the US-led coalition on the town of al-Sha'afa in eastern Deir ez-Zor.

The US-led coalition evacuated the other day a number of Daesh* terrorists by helicopter from the province of Hasakah to some unknown location, SANA reported.

"On November 10, the helicopters of the international coalition led by the US evacuated supposedly three militants out of As-Suwayda village in the north-eastern part of Hasakah province and headed in an unknown direction," the agency cited its sources as saying.

Nov 13 12:57

'Caravan' Full of LGBT Migrants Approaches US Border

A group of LGBT migrants has split off from the main caravan traveling from Central America to the US and managed to reach a city of Tijuana, Mexico, situated near the southwestern US border, Fox News reported. The group, consisting of 76 people, reportedly decided to separate from the main column due to constant verbal insults and poor living conditions.

Nov 13 12:56

John Bolton Says "No Evidence" Implicating Crown Prince On Khashoggi Kill Tape

Hours after the New York Times reported that Turkey's long-rumored audio recording of Saudi journalist-turned dissident's murder inside the Saudi consulate included "strong evidence" that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman ordered the killing, National Security Advisor John Bolton said Tuesday that no such link existed, according to the Wall Street Journal.



Nov 13 12:56

The Biggest Threat To Dollar Dominance

Russian oil exporters are pressuring Western commodity traders to pay for Russian crude in euros and not dollars as Washington prepares more sanctions for the 2014 annexation of Crimea by Moscow, Reuters reported last week, citing as many as seven industry sources.

Nov 13 12:55

Trump To Fire DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen, "Discussing" Kelly Replacement: WSJ

Hours after the Washington Post published a report claiming that DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen's job was in jeopardy, WSJ is reporting that Trump has decided to fire Nielsen, who succeeded John Kelly as head of DHS when he took the chief of staff job.

Apparently, all of Kelly's lobbying on her behalf failed to convince Trump to keep her on.

In a slightly more surprising development, Trump has also decided to remove John Bolton's top deputy, Mira Ricardel, over an unspecified dispute with the first lady.

Nov 13 12:55

NY taxpayers to pay $48,000 per Amazon HQ job

New York state is kicking in more than $1.5 billion in taxpayer-funded incentives for getting half of Amazon's second headquarters located in a section of Queens.

The Seattle-based company made its long-awaited announcement Tuesday, saying Long Island City and Alexandria, Virginia, will each get 25,000 jobs. The online retailer also said it will open an operations hub in Nashville, creating 5,000 jobs.

Amazon will also receive as-yet unspecified incentives from New York City.

New York state's incentives are nearly triple those of Virginia's, while Tennessee's are $102 million.

Nov 13 12:54

Poliquin sues in federal court to stop ranked-choice vote count

Republican 2nd District Rep. Bruce Poliquin filed a federal lawsuit Tuesday against Maine Secretary of State Matthew Dunlap in an attempt to stop a tabulation of ranked-choice ballots in his race against Democratic challenger Jared Golden.

The suit filed in federal court in Bangor is asking for an injunction against Dunlap to stop what would be the first congressional race in the nation to be decided through ranked-choice voting.



Nov 13 12:52

Romania Extradites Hacker Who Claimed to Have Hacked Clinton's Email Account

The perpetrator's nickname was later used by another persona, which was allegedly involved in hacking the DNC’s servers and publishing information from them via WikiLeaks ahead of the US presidential elections in 2016.

Romania has conditionally released Marcel Lazar Lehel, a hacker known by the nickname Guccifer, and who in 2016 claimed to have hacked former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's email account. However, his release only served as a means to extradite the hacker to the US, where he is set to face another sentence lasting 52 months, a court in Alba Iulia reported, citing Interpol. The extradition took place several days ago.

Nov 13 12:47

Finnish PM: Russia Suspected Of Massive GPS Blackout In Finland During War Games 

On Sunday, Prime Minister Juha Sipila told Yleisradio Oy (Yle), Finland's national public broadcasting company, that large-scale GPS blackouts over northern Finland during Nato war exercises over the past few weeks were intentional and the culprit could be Russia.

Air Navigation Services Finland (ANS Finland) issued a warning last week for all air traffic due to massive GPS interruption in the northern region of the country. Norway also posted a similar notice about GPS disruption for air traffic during the NATO exercise.

Here is the announcement on Eurocontrol's website:

Nov 13 12:46

Turkey's "Sea Bandit" Threats Are Indirectly Aimed Against The US

Turkish President Erdogan warned against so-called “sea bandits”.

He was speaking in regards to the controversial issue of energy exploration in disputed Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean territories along his country’s maritime borders with Greece and Cyprus, the latter of which is comprised of a northeastern third that declared itself the “Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus” and is only recognized by Ankara.

Nov 13 12:46

Here Is How Walmart Plans To Seize Further Control Of Your Community 

At the most recent International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) conference in Atlanta, Walmart announced new plans to repurpose twelve of its locations into Town Centers -- an outdoor gathering area with seating, community activities, entertainment, dining facilities, jogging paths, fountains, green spaces, playgrounds, and even space for live music.

The idea behind Walmart's seismic shift is that it wants to recreate the downtown of small communities that it was instrumental in destroying.

“We want to provide community space, areas for the community to dwell,” said L.B. Johnson, vice president of realty operations for Walmart in his ICSC keynote speech.



Nov 13 12:45

Israeli Tanks Prepare Imminent Gaza Offensive After "Green Light" For "Major Retaliation"

Commenting on Monday's flare-up of rocket fire after a prior Israeli commando raid into Gaza territory to assassinate Hamas leaders, the Jerusalem Post observed that Hamas' retaliation included "the most amount of rockets ever fired into Israel in 24 hours."

Various international reports have cited over 300 rockets and mortars fired into Israeli, which began with a sustained barrage of about 100 within the first hour of the launches alone. What's been dubbed as a "revenge" attack on heels of Monday funeral prayers for slain Hamas commanders killed by Israeli special forces were quickly met with widespread airstrikes on the strip, including on a Hamas television broadcast building, and some 70 targets in total across the strip.

Meanwhile there appears preparations for what could be a major war and full Israeli invasion of Gaza underway as tank units have been observed mustering at entry points into Gaza.

Nov 13 12:45

This Year, Ironically, First U.S. Deficit Record In 12 Years

According to the latest U.S. Census Bureau data, the U.S. trade deficit will almost certainly set a record in 2018 for the first time in 12 years , new data suggests for the first time.

It's been a remarkable run without a deficit. To provide context, prior to 2006, the last record-setting year, the United States had set a record 11 of the previous 12 years.

It is also not without irony that the run of years without a deficit would come to an end under President Trump.

Trump, first as a candidate and since as president, has complained loudly and vociferously about how other countries, particularly but not exclusively China, have taken advantage of the United States, leading to large trade deficits.

Nov 13 12:44

“Fake News” CNN Brutally Summed Up by 11 Hilarious Cartoons

Nov 13 12:43

IN IMAGES ~~ EYES ON GAZA

I made this cartoon 6 years ago, but the way mainstream media portrays Israel siege of Gaza remains the same: “Blame Hamas”



Nov 13 12:42

NASA Scientist Warns: The Lack Of Sunspots Could Bring Record Cold

“The sun is entering one of the deepest Solar Minima of the Space Age,” wrote Dr. Tony Phillips just six weeks ago, on September 27, 2018. The lack of sunspots on our sun could bring about record cold temperatures, and perhaps even a mini ice age.

Sunspots have been absent for most of 2018 and Earth’s upper atmosphere is responding, says Phillips, the editor of spaceweather.com. “The bad news,” according to Phillips, is: “It also delays the natural decay of space junk, resulting in a more cluttered environment around Earth.”

“It could happen in a matter of months,” says Martin Mlynczak of NASA’s Langley Research Center on the cold snap that may be coming. “If current trends continue, it could soon set a Space Age record for cold,” says Mlynczak. “We’re not there quite yet,” he said. However, “months” is not all that far away.

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Nov 13 12:36

Midterm Elections: A Disaster Denied, And What Is Coming

Before the 2016 Presidential Election, and both before and after the inauguration, I wrote specifically about how important the midterm election would be, and the results if the President should lose even one House of Congress. That happened: the Republicans just lost the House of Representatives. Now that the Democrats control it, not one piece of legislation will pass that is on the President’s agenda. In the supreme act of denial, the Republican party claims the “Blue Wave” was not successful; the President even declared a “victory” with the midterms.

Nov 13 12:35

On Veterans' Day, Remember the Lies That Filled Military Cemeteries

Politicians will be heartily applauded for saluting American’s soldiers today. But if citizens had better memories, elected officials would instead be fleeing tar and feathers. Politicians have a long record of betraying the veterans they valorize.

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Nov 13 12:34

IDF Bus was NOT hit with Kornet Anti-tank Missile

Nov 13 12:28

Russia and China's 'attack on Google': Virtual wargame 'experiment' hits search giant with 'worst ever' internet hijack that intercepted search, cloud and business services

Google has been hit by the 'worst ever' internet hijack in the company's history, security experts say.

Information from users' Google searches, cloud-hosting services and the company's bundle of collaboration tools for businesses - known as G Suite - were all affected.

Data belonging to users across the globe was intercepted by servers in Nigeria, China and Russia - including those run by major state-owned telecoms providers.

Security experts suggested the hack was a 'wargame experiment' - meaning it may prelude similar, more wide-scale attacks from the nations involved in future.

Google is downplaying Monday's incident, saying it does not believe it was malicious, but has failed to allay fears that the personal data of millions of users may have been compromised.

Nov 13 12:27

Parents accuse CDC of not reporting children's deaths from polio-like AFM

Parents of children who had a horrifying polio-like illness are accusing the Centers for Disease Control of hiding the deaths of two children who suffered from the condition.

The parents say by not publicly acknowledging the two deaths, the agency is intentionally downplaying the severity of acute flaccid myelitis (AFM), a disease that paralyzes healthy children in a matter of hours.
"I feel like they're just sugar-coating this," said Katie Bustamante, whose son Alex, age 6, died in May. "It eliminates my trust in the CDC."

Nov 13 11:43

Amazon Echo Home Recordings At Center of Murder Trial As Judge Orders Data Release

By Nicholas West

A new type of court case has been slowly but steadily emerging within the American legal system: alleged crimes being detected from data supplied by smart devices. The very nature of the 1st, 4th and 5th Amendments to the Constitution appears to be at stake.

A New Hampshire judge appears ready to demand that Amazon turn over recordings from the home where two women were allegedly stabbed to death by Timothy Verrill. Verrill has pleaded not guilty, and this appears to be the first case in the state of New Hampshire where a judge is willing to summon data from a smart device – an Amazon Echo speaker – as evidence that could be central to a trial. The implications of this have also been stated by legal experts...



Nov 13 10:37

Dutch Govt Agency Warns Against Fake ‘Piracy’ Fines

The Dutch Government's Telecom Agency is alerting the public that its name is being abused by scammers to demand piracy fines. In a warning issued today, it recommends recipients not to respond to these emails. It appears that scammers are capitalizing on the news that rightsholders may soon start sending 'fines' to alleged pirates.

Nov 13 10:35

Yikes. UK military looking into building 'fully autonomous' killer drone tech – report

The UK's Ministry of Defence is "actively" trying to create fully autonomous killer drones, according to a report (PDF) by a campaign group.

"Powered by advances in artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, and computing, we are likely to see the development not only of drones that are able to fly themselves – staying aloft for extended periods – but those which may also be able to select, identify, and destroy targets without human intervention," said campaign group Drone Wars UK in its latest report, titled "Off The Leash: The development of autonomous military drones in the UK".

Nov 13 10:34

Trump Approves Major Disaster Declaration For California As Deadly Wildfires Rage On

President Donald Trump has approved a major disaster declaration for California, unlocking funds and other resources from federal agencies to help the tens of thousands of people affected by the deadly wildfires raging in the state.
“Wanted to respond quickly in order to alleviate some of the incredible suffering going on,” Trump wrote in a Monday tweet. “I am with you all the way.”

Nov 13 10:29

Trump could soon fire Homeland Security Secretary Nielsen: Washington Post

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump has told advisers he wants to remove Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen from her post, and could do so in the coming weeks, the Washington Post reported, citing five current and former White House officials.



Nov 13 10:23

Are you getting enough vitamin D? Low levels linked to compromised immune function

Studies show that low levels of vitamin D cause compromised immune system function. A person who is deficient in vitamin D has a weak T-cell response during any infection. If protecting children and the community is so important, why aren’t vitamin D levels as important to individual and herd immunity as vaccination requirements are?



Nov 13 10:22

Sucralose EXPOSED – Artificial sweetener proven in studies to generate cancerous tumors and fuel obesity

If you read the slogan on a package of Splenda, it tells you that its main ingredient, sucralose, is “made from sugar” and “tastes like sugar,” but make no mistake, it is concocted in a laboratory and does not grow in nature, as they would have us all believe. Sucralose is a synthetic compound manufactured through a chemical process. In other words, if it was sugar at one time, it’s not anymore. Do you consume Equal or NutraSweet? Research reveals that animals consuming sucralose have a “significant dose-related increased incidence” of “bearing malignant cancer tumors.” Is that because at least 15 percent of the chemicals in sucralose are absorbed by the body? You may not be a lab rat, but don’t forget, humans are animals too, with very similar DNA.

Nov 13 10:20

DRUG ALERT Common painkiller taken by millions ‘increases risk of heart attack and stroke by 50%’

A COMMON painkiller prescribed to millions of people could increase the risk of heart attack or stroke by 50 per cent, experts have warned.

Diclofenac - marketed under the brand name Voltarol or Voltaren in the US - can cause heart failure and irregular heartbeats, new findings show.

Nov 13 10:18

Gerard Butler Lost His House In The California Wildfires. You Won't BELIEVE Why Leftists Say They Don't Feel Sorry For Him. (8 Pics)



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Nov 13 10:13

CNN’s top news story on their website is about CNN

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Nov 13 10:10

'It's all acting': NGO exposed teaching migrants how to trick ‘f***ing stupid’ EU border guards



Nov 13 09:52

Are US Equities Flashing a 'Crash Signature'

Nov 13 09:34

First the stock, then the preferred, now junior debt: GE capital structure crumbling before our eyes.



Nov 13 09:32

VIDEO: Female HS student punches teacher in face, adds ‘don’t f***in’ get smart with me’

A 17-year-old female was caught on video punching a chemistry teacher in the face inside a classroom at Frederick Douglass High School in Baltimore last week, WBAL-TV reported.

Nov 13 09:31

Racist note left on dorm door. But when cops question student who reported it, the truth emerges.

Kansas State University police officers were called last Monday evening to a school apartment complex to investigate a harassment case, the Wichita Eagle reported.
Seems “a note using a racial slur [was] posted on a door in the Jardine Apartment Complex,” campus police said on Facebook Thursday.

Nov 13 09:26

‘Crying Nazi’ releases video game where users play Richard Spencer and kill reporters and LGBT people in Pulse-like club

Infamous “Crying Nazi” Christopher Cantwell’s podcast has released a sequel to its 2017 white supremacist video game Angry Goy where users shoved Jews into ovens.

As noted by the Angry White Men blog, Angry Goy II allows users to play as Cantwell’s fellow Charlottesville white nationalist Richard Spencer, who is seen in the trailer burning leftist protesters with a lit Tiki torch.

Nov 13 09:08

Beijing has a 20,000-acre secret underground city, Dìxià Chéng, that was built during the Cold War by 300,000 people digging by hand

In the late 1950s, relation between the two biggest communist nations—the People's Republic of China and the Soviet Union—soured because of differing political ideologies, and for a while it appeared as if a major conflict was imminent—a war where neither country would hesitate to use nuclear weapons.

Nov 13 09:06

Chicago Expelled a Male Student 4 Days Before Graduation Because His Ex Made a Dubious Sexual Violence Claim

A former student who was expelled for sexual misconduct just four days before graduating is suing the University of Chicago for allegedly violating his due process rights.
He has also sued his accuser—his ex-girlfriend—which is a rare step for those seeking justice in such cases. Most lawsuits born of shoddy campus sexual misconduct adjudication solely target the institution.

Nov 13 09:03

Christine Assange Issues Call For All Journalists, Politicians, Medical Professionals and Activists To Stand Up For Julian Assange

By Aaron Kesel

WikiLeaks founder and former editor Julian Assange is in dire need of health assistance, according to his mother in an emergency plea to the world uploaded to the Unity4J YouTube channel.

Christine Assange urged officials to allow access to medical attention for her son, and for the UK and Ecuador to end Assange’s illegal 8-year detainment...

Nov 13 08:46

China To Adopt Gold Standard?

Nov 13 08:42

Pence, Abe reaffirm need to keep N. Korea sanctions, discuss trade talks

US Vice-President Mike Pence and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Tuesday reaffirmed the need to keep sanctions on North Korea to achieve its denuclearization. Washington will continue to put diplomatic and economic pressure on North Korea and urged all Indo-Pacific nations to maintain pressure and sanctions until the complete denuclearization of North Korea is achieved, Pence said in Tokyo on Tuesday.

Nov 13 08:40

NATO chief wants China to join intl nuclear arms control treaty

NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg on Tuesday voiced concern about Chinese as well as Russian medium-range missiles and urged Beijing to join an international nuclear arms control treaty, AFP reported. “We see that China is investing heavily in new, modern weapons, including new missiles,” Stoltenberg said on German ZDF television. “Half of their missiles would violate the INF treaty if China were a signatory,” he said, referring to the 1987 nuclear weapons control accord that US President Donald Trump last month threatened to quit. “We support expanding this treaty so that China is also bound by it,” Stoltenberg said Tuesday. He also said that the alliance is “very worried about the new Russian missiles… they are mobile, they are nuclear-capable and they can reach cities in Europe like Berlin.”

Nov 13 08:38

NATO drills fallout: Norwegian frigate almost underwater after oil tanker collision (PHOTOS)



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Nov 13 08:37

'Woman' of the Year: GQ slammed for quote marks on Serena Williams cover

GQ magazine has prompted widespread bemusement for a cover featuring Serena Williams as its “Woman” of the Year – with many questioning the use of quotation marks in the title describing the US tennis star.

The men’s magazine revealed covers featuring several of its Men of the Year on Monday – including actors Michael B. Jordan, Henry Golding and Jonah Hill. But it was the cover introducing Williams as its pick for the female version of the accolade which caused the biggest commotion.

The image next to the tennis star – who was clad in a revealing black outfit set off with a chunky Chanel belt – was accompanied by a title with the word ‘Men’ crossed out and replaced by “Woman,” denoting the gender in quotation marks.

Nov 13 08:35

‘Completely safe’: Monsanto owner Bayer hit by new wave of lawsuits over Roundup weed killer

German chemicals and pharmaceuticals giant Bayer disclosed that lawsuits from 9,300 plaintiffs were pending at the end of October. The lawsuits allege that the company’s recently acquired weed-killing product causes cancer.

Plaintiffs claim that Roundup weed killers, which Bayer acquired in its takeover of US agrochemical firm Monsanto, made them ill and that the company knew or should have known of the risks but failed to warn adequately.

Bayer rejected all the accusations, claiming there are hundreds of scientific studies and regulatory authorities that show glyphosate, the compound contained in the weed killers, is safe to use.

Nov 13 08:09

Berkeley Christian Student Senator Pressured To Resign For Abstaining From Vote For Religious Beliefs

A Christian student senator at the University of California, Berkeley, is being ousted from her position after abstaining from a resolution that condemns the Trump administration for considering narrowing the definition of gender.
The resolution was introduced on October 31, and in response, Isabella Chow gave a statement explaining why she could not vote on the resolution because of her Christian beliefs.

Nov 13 08:08

‘Disgusting’ bullying: Boy with cerebral palsy made to lie in muddy creek as human bridge for laughing schoolmates

Scotia teenager living with cerebral palsy said he was walked on by a classmate while he was lying face down in a stream Wednesday — and no one helped.
Brett Corbett, 14, said his classmates dared him to stand in the shallow water near his school, Glace Bay High School, on lunch break.
“I was standing there as a dare and then they said if ‘you don’t get in I’m going to effin’ punch you, get on your effin’ stomach,'” Corbett said. “And then I let a girl walk on my back thinking it was nice, but then I realized it wasn’t nice at all.”

Nov 13 07:52

John Rubino – Panic Setting In?

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