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Mar 25 09:00

Longtime Russian Colluder Nancy Pelosi Heads Up Trump-Russia Collusion Harassment Campaign

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer will continue to harass President Donald Trump as a Russian Agent—even after the release of the Mueller Report is calling for no more indictments.

By urging a full release of the report with their demand that Attorney General William Barr not give President Trump or his lawyers a ‘Sneak Preview’, Pelosi and Schumer want the public to believe that there is something substantial in the report proving that the president colluded with the Russians to rob Hillary Clinton of the 2016 presidential election—an obsession gone too far, and an outrage given that Pelosi was herself a prime Russian colluder back in the early 1990s.

Mar 25 08:59

Macron's Brexit anger REVEALED: 'English stopped us from building United States of Europe'

Mr Macron, the French president, was an influential agitator in last week’s seven-hour negotiation over Theresa May’s request to delay Brexit until June 30. He drove a hard bargain as he urged his EU colleagues to push Britain out of the bloc in early May, with or without a deal in place. Former politicians and experts have suggested Paris’ tough rhetoric on Brexit is the result of a six-century rivalry between France and Britain.

Mar 25 08:58

EXCLUSIVE AUDIO: Shep Smith Accuser Says Fox News Host Sexually Attacked Him, Kept Going After He Tried To Push Him Off

A man told his story to Big League Politics about an encounter with Fox News host Shep Smith in 2004 in New York City. The man describes how he woke up with Smith on top of him with his tongue down his throat, how he tried to push the Fox host off him, and how Smith lunged at him three or four more times while continuing to force the unwanted physical encounter.

In a revelatory interview with Neil McCabe for Big League Politics, John Doe #1, 35, says that Smith took advantage of him. Here is audio from the interview:



Emigrate While You Still Can - Finca Bayano In Panama!

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Mar 25 08:57

Trump's son and son-in-law to be charged in New York City by Justice Dept.

President Donald J. Trump’s son, Donald Jr., and son-in-law, Jared Kushner, will be prosecuted by former members of the Mueller team in New York City.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

If at first you don't succeed...

Mar 25 08:56

Ari Fleischer Lied, and People Died

Ari Fleischer, the former White House Press Secretary under President George W. Bush, ignited a firestorm of controversy Wednesday when, while commenting on the 16th anniversary of the U.S invasion of Iraq, he sought to defend the reputation of his boss when it came to the veracity of the claims about Iraqi Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) that underpinned President Bush’s case for war.

“The Iraq war began sixteen years ago tomorrow,” Fleischer tweeted on March 19. “There is a myth about the war that I have been meaning to set straight for years. After no WMDs were found, the left claimed ‘Bush lied. People died.’ This accusation itself is a lie. It’s time to put it to rest.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

BULL BISCUITS!

Mar 25 08:55

It Was All a Lie

The short version? Mueller is done. His report unambiguously states there was no collusion or obstruction. He was allowed to follow every lead unfettered in an investigation of breathtaking depth.

It cannot be clearer. The report summary states, “The Special Counsel’s investigation did not find that the Trump campaign or anyone associated with it conspired or coordinated with Russia in its efforts to influence the 2016 US Presidential Election…the report does not recommend any further indictments, nor did the Special Counsel obtain any sealed indictments that have yet to be made public.”

Robert Mueller did not charge any Americans with collusion, coordination, or criminal conspiracy between the Trump campaign and Russia. The special counsel also considered whether members of the Trump campaign “coordinated,” a much lower standard defined as an “agreement, tacit or express,” with Russian election interference activities. They did not.

Mar 25 08:54

Banning of manifesto raises free speech debate in N. Zealand

New Zealanders are debating the limits of free speech after their chief censor banned the 74-page manifesto written and released by the man accused of slaughtering 50 people at two mosques in the city of Christchurch.

The ban, issued Saturday, means anybody caught with the document on their computer could face up to 10 years in prison, while anyone caught sending it could face 14 years. Some say the ban goes too far and risks lending both the document and the gunman mystique.

At the same time, many local media organizations are debating whether to even name the Australian man charged with murder in the March 15 attacks, 28-year-old Brenton Tarrant, after New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern vowed she would never mention him by name.

In some ways, Tarrant’s manifesto provides the greatest insight into his character and thinking, with neighbors and those he met in a gym in the sleepy seaside town of Dunedin recalling nothing particularly remarkable about him.



Mar 25 08:53

INTELBRIEF: THE TRANSNATIONAL NETWORK THAT NOBODY IS TALKING ABOUT

In the wake of the New Zealand mosque attacks, links have emerged between the shooter, Brent Tarrant, and a Ukrainian ultra-nationalist, white supremacist paramilitary organization called the Azov Battalion. Tarrant’s manifesto alleges that he visited the country during his many travels abroad, and the flak jacket that Tarrant wore during the assault featured a symbol commonly used by the Azov Battalion. Tarrant’s transnational ties go beyond Ukraine, however. Tarrant claimed that he was in touch with Anders Behring Breivik, the Norwegian terrorist, and he took trips throughout Europe, including the Balkans, visiting sites that symbolized historical battles between Christians and Muslims. During the video of his attack he could be heard listening to a song that glorified Bosnian-Serb war criminal Radovan Karadzic, and his gun featured racial messages and names of white supremacists from around the world.

Mar 25 08:52

How the Media Distort News From Venezuela

Whenever officials in Washington, D.C. set out to overthrow a foreign government, mainstream US media outlets are there to give a helping hand. All pretense of fairness and balance disappear in favor of outrageous distortion. For the most recent example, let’s look at Venezuela.

Both high-level Republicans and Democrats have decided it’s time for Venezuela, with the world’s largest oil reserves, to rejoin the US sphere of influence. Hawks may call for direct military intervention while doves seek punishing sanctions, but all agree that the elected government of President Nicolas Maduro has got to go.

Mar 25 08:51

Syrian state media says rebels shell village with gas, injuring 21

Syrian state media on Saturday cited a hospital in government-held Hama as saying 21 people suffered choking symptoms from poison gas after rebels shelled a village.

A war monitor, the Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, also said 21 people were hospitalized with choking symptoms, but it was not known if this was from chemicals or smoke and dust raised by the shelling.

State news agency SANA cited the head of the Saqilbia National Hospital as saying the attack took place in the village of al-Rasif and it published images and footage of people lying in hospital beds wearing oxygen masks.

Mar 25 08:51

AIPAC Is Coming to Town - Again!

The Trump Administration has delivered yet another concession to Israel’s embattled Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on the eve of parliamentary elections: the Israeli military occupation of much of the Palestinian West Bank and of the Golan Heights will no longer be referred to in official U.S. government documents as an occupation. America’s so-called Ambassador to Israel is a former Trump lawyer named David Friedman who is more involved in serving Israel than the United States. He personally supports the view that the illegal Jewish settlements are legitimately part of Israel, choosing to ignore their growth even though it has long been U.S. policy to oppose them. He has also long sought to change the State Department’s language on the Israeli control of the West Bank and Golan Heights, being particularly concerned about the expression “occupied,” which has legal implications. Now he appears to have won that fight, to the delight of the Netanyahu government.



Mar 25 08:50

Erdogan says Turkey will take issue of Golan Heights to U.N.

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan said on Sunday that Turkey will take the issue of the Golan Heights to the United Nations.

In an interview with broadcaster TGRT Haber, Erdogan said U.S. President Donald Trump’s statement on Golan Heights was a “gift” to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu ahead of elections there.

Trump moved on Thursday to recognise Israeli sovereignty over the territory seized in war, marking a dramatic shift in U.S. policy.

In a speech at a meeting of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation on Friday, Erdogan said the legitimisation of the occupation of the Golan Heights cannot be allowed.

Mar 25 08:50

The BARR Report (Political Humor)

Mar 25 08:49

Egyptian singer banned after claiming lack of free speech

An Egyptian singer has been banned from performing in her home country after suggesting that it does not respect free speech.

A video clip circulated online shows Sherine Abdel-Wahab, during a performance in Bahrain, saying: "Here I can say whatever I want. In Egypt, anyone who talks gets imprisoned."

Egypt's Musicians Union responded late Friday by barring the singer, popularly known by her first name, from performing. It also summoned her for questioning.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Thereby proving her point.

Mar 25 08:49

Israeli air-to-ground missile wounds 3 Palestinians in central Gaza

At least three Palestinians were injured on Saturday in an Israeli airstrike targeting the area east of the Bureij refugee camp in central Gaza Strip, close to the border with Israel, medics said.

Ashraf al-Qedra, spokesman of the Health Ministry in Gaza, told reporters that three men were slightly injured by the shrapnel of a missile fired by an Israeli drone, adding that the injured were sent to hospital for treatment.



Mar 25 08:48

On Live TV, Netanyahu Admits Approving Submarine Sale to Egypt Because of 'State Secret'

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu denied any financial connection to the sale of German submarines to Egypt on Saturday evening and said his reasons for approving the sale are "state secrets." In addition, Netanyahu admitted that the decision was made without the involvement of the defense minister and the chief of staff.

In a surprise interview on Channel 12 news, his first in three years, the premier denied any wrongdoing in the submarine affair and addressed recent allegations about his investments in the Seadrift steel factory.

Mar 25 08:48

Hunt for Blue November: Democrats would sooner destroy America than lose to Trump in 2020

With the likelihood of a Democratic candidate ousting Trump in 2020 looking like mission impossible, the party is resorting to a number of desperate and even dangerous tactics to steal as many voters as possible.

Perhaps the best way to gauge the desperation that has overrun the Democratic camp like kudzu in June is the frenzy that has greeted the arrival of Beto O’Rourke, the former lawmaker who recently announced his candidacy for the 2020 election. If the Liberals believed in God, their response to Beto’s arrival would rank up there with the Second Coming of Christ himself, entering stage left on a skateboard, hair trailing behind with a hint of hope and gunge polluting the air.

Mar 25 08:47

With an eye on Iran, U.S. clinches strategic port deal with Oman

The United States clinched a strategic port deal with Oman on Sunday which U.S. officials say will allow the U.S. military better access the Gulf region and reduce the need to send ships through the Strait of Hormuz, a maritime choke point off Iran.

Mar 25 08:46

Now for Confrontation in Space

Which leads us to General “Fighting Joe” Dunford, who at his Senate hearing for appointment as Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said “my assessment today, Senator, is that Russia presents the greatest threat to our national security.” In October 2018 he reiterated that “the Russian challenge is not isolated to the plains of Europe. It is a global one” requiring the armed forces of the United States “to be able to project power to an area... and then once we’re there we’ve got to be able to freely manoeuvre across all domains... sea, air, land, space, and cyberspace.”

Naturally he didn’t mention that at the very time he uttered his confrontational challenges there was close cooperation in air, land and space between the US and Russia whose astronauts were “able to freely manoeuvre” in harmony, adding to world knowledge and engendering trust by jointly conducting research projects in the International Space Station.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

War in orbit is a BIG MISTAKE!



Mar 25 08:45

Faith No More: America’s Trust in Mainstream Media Hits Rock Bottom

Gone are the days when US consumers looked to the nightly news and print media as a trusted source of information, and especially if they hold conservative views, according to a new poll by the Columbia Journalism Review.

Things are going from bad to worse for the US legacy media as its trust credentials have reached an all-time new low, as if that were possible. It has even achieved a lower trust rating than lawyers and members of Congress.

The introduction to the CJR poll provided the following ominous opening: "For decades, we’ve known that Americans don’t trust the press. What we haven’t known is how people view the makings of journalism, from the use of fact checkers and anonymous sources to the question of whether money skews journalistic decision-making. This new national poll for CJR answers those questions, and points to how big the trust gap remains."

Indeed, the cynicism on the street should have every mainstream media purveyor in a state of absolute panic.

Mar 25 08:44

Palestine: ‘Israeli war crimes should go to international court’

Israeli crimes against peaceful Palestinian protesters in Gaza should go to the International Criminal Court (ICC), said the Palestinian ambassador to UN in Geneva on Sunday.

Ibrahim Khraishi’s call came after the UN Human Rights Council on Friday passed a resolution on strengthening the UN presence in the Israeli-occupied Palestinian territory.

The council said it was “gravely concerned” by the findings of the UN-appointed independent international commission of inquiry, which said Israeli forces may have committed war crimes and crimes against humanity during the peaceful Great March of Return protests.

“That report should be transmitted to the ICC by the commissioner,” Khraishi told Anadolu Agency, referring to Michelle Bachelet, who heads the council.

Khraishi said that Israeli forces target all people, not sparing children, the disabled, the media, or healthcare providers.

Mar 25 08:44

Too Big To Sell



Mar 25 08:44

Morocco arrest 5 Israelis for producing fake passports

Morocco announced on Saturday that its police had arrested five Israeli nationals over their involvement in a network which committed crimes and produced fake passports, Anadolu reported.

In a statement, Morocco’s National Brigade of Judicial Police said it uncovered a criminal network headed by a Moroccan Jew. They did not release his name.

The network was uncovered earlier this month after suspicions were raised that IDs and passports were being created for “Jews of Moroccan origins”, noting that two of the suspects were on an INTERPOL wanted list.

One of the suspects was accused of murder while the other is suspected of involvement in an international drug smuggling network.

Mar 25 08:43

Israeli forces raid Hebron school, arrest 10-year-old boy

Israeli occupation forces arrested a minor during a school raid

Mar 25 08:38

8 Historic Cases That Show the FBI and CIA Were Out of Control Long Before Russiagate

By Jon Miltimore and Carey Wedler

Conservatives tend to have two bad habits. First, they’re prone to viewing the past through a nostalgic lens. Second, they tend to instinctively give law enforcement the benefit of the doubt.

These tendencies help explain why conservatives for decades have been able to overlook the many abuses—constitutional, legal, and moral—of US intelligence agencies.

Unlike some more seasoned media, conservatives have appeared genuinely shocked by revelations of the Trump-Russia saga: abuse of FISA warrants, classified leaks from top FBI brass, corruption, campaign moles, and an apparent plot to remove an elected president through undemocratic (and likely extra-constitutional) means.

These revelations are unique in that they have become highly public and involve a sitting president. However, an examination of the history of US intelligence agencies reveals government bureaucrats were out of control long before the 2016 presidential election...

Mar 25 08:36

Whose Blood, Whose Treasure?

“Veni, Vidi, Vici,” boasted Julius Caesar, one of history’s great military captains. “I came, I saw, I conquered.”

Then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton echoed that famed saying when summing up the Obama administration’s military intervention in Libya in 2011 — with a small alteration. “We came, we saw, he died,” she said with a laugh about the killing of Muammar Gaddafi, that country’s autocratic leader. Note what she left out, though: the “vici” or victory part. And how right she was to do so, since Washington’s invasions, occupations, and interventions in Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, and elsewhere in this century have never produced anything faintly like a single decisive and lasting victory.

Mar 25 08:36

Rafale fighters will ensure Pakistan comes nowhere near the LoC or International Border: IAF ACM Birender Singh Dhanoa

Calling the twin-engine Medium Multi-Role Combat Aircraft (MMRCA) Rafale jet superior to any fighter in the arsenal of either the Pakistani Air Force or China's People's Liberation Army Air Force, ACM Dhanoa pointed out that once "the Rafale comes in, the deterrence of our air defence will increase manifold". The first Rafale jet will arrive in Indian in September 2019

Mar 25 08:35

The Left Ruins Everything



Mar 25 08:32

The Mueller Report Is In. They Were Wrong. We Were Right.

The Robert Mueller investigation which monopolized political discourse for two years has finally concluded, and his anxiously awaited report has been submitted to Attorney General William Barr. The results are in and the debate is over: those advancing the conspiracy theory that the Kremlin has infiltrated the highest levels of the US government were wrong, and those of us voicing skepticism of this were right.

The contents of the report are still secret, but CNN’s Justice Department reporter Laura Jarrett has told us all we need to know, tweeting, “Special Counsel Mueller is not recommending ANY further indictments am told.” On top of that, William Barr said in a letter to congressional leaders that there has been no obstruction of Mueller’s investigation by Justice Department officials.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Now is the time for the GOP to go on the offensive. It has already started with Lindsey Graham calling for investigations into the FISA warrants and to just where the accusations of collusion came from.

It's Mueller time!

Mar 25 08:30

Major Israeli Assault On Gaza Imminent As Netanyahu Cuts Short US Trip

Israeli TV images showed a badly damaged residential house which police said had also burst into flames as a result of the direct hit. Though Israeli's foreign ministry was quick to identify the launch as originating in Gaza, the Palestinian side had not confirmed the attack.

Mar 25 08:29

Many sharks closer to extinction than feared: Red List

Human appetites are pushing makos and other iconic sharks to the brink of extinction, scientists warned in a new assessment of the apex predator's conservation status.

Seventeen of 58 species evaluated were classified as facing extinction, the Shark Specialist Group of the International Union for the Conservation (IUCN) said late Thursday in an update of the Red List of threatened animals and plants.

"Our results are alarming," said Nicholas Dulvy, who chairs the grouping of 174 experts from 55 countries.

"The sharks that are especially slow-growing, sought-after and unprotected from overfishing tend to be the most threatened."



Mar 25 08:29

Theresa May’s ‘departure absolutely GUARANTEED’ – Brexiteer MP spells out WHEN PM will go

Theresa May was dealt a huge blow to her leadership over the weekend with a series of reports in the press over a Cabinet coup with ministers trying to oust the Prime Minister. Conservative Party MP and Brexit supporter Nigel Evans has claimed the Prime Minister’s resignation is “absolutely guaranteed” before he spelt out when Mrs May should leave her role. The Tory MP for Ribble Valley added the Prime Minister could still “save her legacy” by delivering the Brexit that Brits voted for in the historic 2016 vote.

He told Sky News: “Everybody knows now that the Prime Minister’s departure from Number 10 is absolutely guaranteed.

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 08:28

AIPAC convenes annual conference in Washington amid division

The 2020 contenders for the Democratic presidential nomination skip AIPAC, as discourse on Israel changes among youth.

Mar 25 08:28

Israel mobilizes after Gaza rocket strike, Netanyahu cuts U.S. visit short

Israel and Hamas are on the brink of war – again – just two weeks before Israelis go to the polls to decide whether or not to reelect Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

Seven people were wounded Monday after a family home north of Tel Aviv was hit by a long-range rocket from the Gaza Strip. The IDF immediately prepared to call up troops and Netanyahu canceled his AIPAC appearance, cutting short his celebratory visit with Trump - to laud U.S. recognition of Israel’s annexation of the Golan Heights.

As Chemi Shalev notes, Hamas knew exactly how to rain on Netanyahu’s victory parade. Netanyahu’s rivals were quick to pile on blame and chip away at his security image. Amos Harel explains how this all comes just a day after Netanyahu, in a botched TV interview, raised new questions about his involvement in the ‘submarine and state secrets’ scandal.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The timing is just too cute. This does not help HAMAS. It helps Netanyahu! This coming weekend is the one year anniversary of the Great March of Return where a million Gazans are expected to march along the fence. An Israeli attack would derail that.

And apparently, that Iron Dome system didn't work. In fact there is no mention of it even being used. This smells like a classic Israeli false flag.



Lockerdome
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 08:13

TOO LATE: Australian BANK BAIL-INS OF RETAIL DEPOSITS Have Already Happened



Mar 25 08:13

WHERE DOES PM STAND IN SUBMARINES AFFAIR? – ANALYSIS

What we know about Netanyahu and Case 3000

Very little so far. Until a few weeks ago, the “Submarines Affair” was about top defense officials and top officials close to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu skimming off the top of a deal for Israel to buy nuclear submarines from Germany. After actively keeping Netanyahu clear from being viewed as a suspect for more than two years, Attorney-General Avichai Mandelblit opened an initial review 10 days ago into the prime minister’s conduct regarding the case.

If Netanyahu is connected at all to the submarines case, it started when he purchased 1.7% of the shares in NMDM in 2007 for around $600,000. NMDM was a supplier for the German company Thyssenkrupp, which later sold submarines to Israel and Egypt.

Mar 25 08:12

In Trumpland, there is no such thing as a free lunch - not even for Netanyahu

While the US president has handed the Israeli prime minister Jerusalem and the Golan and walked away from the Iran deal, the day is approaching when the bill for such goodwill has to be paid - and Trump is determined to push through his 'deal of the century' in the Mideast

Mar 25 08:11

AIPAC 2019 SPEAKERS



Mar 25 08:09

COLLUSION HOAX!

Trump campaign releases video montage of Democrats' reckless, false charges.

Mar 25 08:06

MAJOR: Russian Troops Land In Venezuela – Show ‘Red Line’

A flight-tracking website showed that two planes left from a Russian military airport bound for Caracas on Friday, and another flight-tracking site showed that one plane left Caracas on Sunday.

Two Russian air force planes landed in Venezuela’s main airport on Saturday carrying a Russian defense official and nearly 100 troops, according to local journalists, as Moscow demonstrates to the rest of the international community that its red line on Venezuela is similar to its red line on Syria.

Mar 25 08:06

MAJOR (BEX) : ISIS Plans To Attack European Targets Revealed, Says British Media

English media claims to have exposed that the terrorist group “Islamic State”, or ISIS, as they are losing control over Syria, have planned terrorist attacks in Europe. This much is said to be revealed in documents found in the territories liberated from the militants, The Sunday Times reported .

According to the publication, the plan involves the use dormant cells located in the West, also known as sleeper cells, to carry out the attacks. In the last number of years, there have been a number of terrorist attacks in Europe.



Mar 25 08:05

Hariri undergoes heart procedure in Paris

Prime Minister Saad Hariri has undergone a "precautionary" heart procedure in Paris, his office said in a statement Monday.

"Hariri this morning underwent a cardiac catheterization and stent insertion procedure at the American Hospital in Paris," the statement said.

Mar 25 08:03

"My fellow Americans, our long national nightmare is over." — President Gerald Ford 

On the count of three, everyone: WE TOLD YOU SO! We told the rotten and rancid Fake News Media and corporate Ted Baxter sockpuppet [DS] apparatchiks that nothing would ever come of the Nothing Burger called the #MuellerReport. We warned that it was a colossal waste of time, taxpayer money and so many Americans’ gullible faith. It was misplaced focus, all designed to address one sole, solitary position: The Mueller Report was contrived and manufactured to justify and explicate how the Oven Mitt Fashionista lost a rigged election. After, of course, it was used surgically to attempt to undermine and destroy a man, a brave citizen, who dared seek the highest office. A man who deigned to defy [DS] cabal coteries and covens. That plain. That simple. There was never the slightest indicium of Russian collusion, contamination, interference, election fraud, nothing, nada, niente. Zip. No evidence, proof, probable cause, reasonable suspicion.

Mar 25 08:02

The President Isn't a Russian Spy. Resistance Media Will Keep Freaking Out Anyway: Reason Roundup

If you exist on social media or consult any kind of news platform, you've heard that Special Counsel Robert Mueller finished his foray into possible Trump-Russia collusion and sent his final findings Friday to new Justice Department head William Barr. On Sunday, Barr sent Congress a four-page summary of Mueller's findings and then released them publicly. After years of investigation and endless media hoopla, "The Special Counsel's investigation did not find that the Trump campaign or anyone associated with it conspired or coordinated with Russia in its efforts to influence the 2016 U.S. presidential election."

People have been rushing to point out that this doesn't mean Russia is innocent of election "interference."

Mar 25 08:01

North Korea Returns to Liaison Office With South Three Days After Pulling Out

North Korean officials reversed course and returned to talks with the South at a joint liaison office near their border, a sign Pyongyang remains open to diplomacy with Seoul and Washington after their detente had shown signs of strain.



Mar 25 08:00

The Green Bad Deal

The recently-proposed Green New Deal is proof that climate change is for progressive Democrats what terrorism is for neoconservative Republicans: a ready-made excuse to expand government and curtail liberty. This radical plan would authorize the US government to seize control of major sectors of the US economy, phase out gasoline-fueled cars, make buildings “energy efficient,” and even replace air travel with rail travel.

Supporters of the Green New Deal claim that the science regarding the risk of climate change is “settled.” However, the science is far from settled. Many of the claims regarding climate change have been debunked.

Mar 25 08:00

Apple's TV streaming service: The company's biggest gamble yet

I'm writing this article on Sunday night, about 12 hours before Apple's event, when it's expected to announce a streaming service. Early rumors indicate that the company is expected to aggregate some big name streaming services, as well as provide its own video programming. We'll obviously know more about what the event shapes up to be, and I'll update this article with links to the details.

What I want to look at with you now is the "why" of the event. Why is streaming so important for Apple now, in 2019?

To unpack this, we need to look at two seemingly unrelated vectors: the changes in Apple's revenue balance over the past few years, and the change in television and streaming overall.

Mar 25 07:59

FALSE FLAG ALERT? Gaza rocket destroys home in central Israel, 7 wounded

Two women were moderately hurt and five others, including an infant, lightly wounded after a rocket fired by Gaza militants struck a residential house in a community northeast of Tel Aviv; Netanyahu cuts his Washington trip short in light of the rocket attack

Mar 25 07:57

PROVED RIGHT AGAIN: David Icke predicting the war on Russia and explaining why



Owl 2
Mar 25 07:53

Priceless: Dictator schools France in Democracy

In March 2014, following a government coup in Kiev, Crimeans voted to secede from the Ukrainian state. Around 84% of eligible Crimeans voted in the referendum, with 97% in favour of unification with the Russian Federation. Sevastopol, a city with a longstanding history of Russian military battles and victories, had a 90% turnout, where people voted 97% in favour.

Crimea became a part of the Russian Empire following the Turko-Russian war of 1783, ending the 300-year rule by the Ottomans. The next key date in the debacle is that Crimea was gifted to the Ukraine in 1954 by Soviet leader Nikita Kruschev.

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

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

(*Timing is Everything !
Nice Work Bob! )

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.

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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

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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>>>



Owl 3
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:

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Mar 25 05:19

Global stocks open week lower this morning as global growth fears grip markets



Taboola
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.>>>

Mar 25 04:32

Israel begins construction of new Gaza barrier

Six-metre tall fence will prevent Palestinians from infiltrating Israel from the Gaza Strip, prime minister says.

Israel has said the work to strengthen its fence along the Gaza Strip entered a new phase with construction starting on a massive new barrier along the frontier.

"Over the weekend we began building the above-ground barrier along the Gaza border," Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told journalists on Sunday before a weekly cabinet meeting.

The barrier, set to stand six metres off the ground, will be constructed on the pretext of preventing the infiltration of Palestinians from the Gaza Strip into Israel, Netanyahu said.

The Israeli prime minister gave no further details but a defence ministry statement said the work on the structure began on Thursday.

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Mar 25 01:22

The number of Auckland suburbs with million dollar price tags has tripled in five years

One in five Auckland suburbs had median house prices below $500,000 five years ago - but now you won't find a single suburb anywhere in the city that cheap.

That's according to the new data by research firm CoreLogic that highlighted how house prices have leapt beyond the reach of many Kiwi families.

The closest to the $500,000-mark is apartment-filled Auckland Central with a median value of $532,200. Elsewhere, prices in many other suburbs have skyrocketed past $1m over the last five years.

*Can you say bubble? I knew you could!*

Mar 24 13:17

INTERNET DATING | Redonkulas.com

Profanity and Butts!

Popp lays down all his tips for how NOT to go about dating on the internet. Since just about everyone does this nowadays, listen closely and try not to get too offended. This one is brutal.

Mar 24 12:50

It's Official: RussiagGate Is This Generation's WMD

Nothing Trump is accused of from now on by the press will be believed by huge chunks of the population, a group that (perhaps thanks to this story) is now larger than his original base. As Baker notes, a full 50.3% of respondents in a poll conducted this month said they agree with Trump the Mueller probe is a “witch hunt.”

Mar 24 12:20

16 Years Later, How the Press That Sold the Iraq War Got Away With It

The myths had enormous utility to the working press, whose gargantuan errors have been re-cast as honest mistakes of judgment. A lot of the people who made those mistakes are still occupying prominent positions, their credibility undamaged thanks to a new legend best articulated by New Yorker editor David Remnick, who later scoffed, “Nobody got that story completely right.”

Nobody except the record number of people who marched against the war on February 15, 2003 — conservative estimates placed it between six and ten million worldwide (I marched in D.C.). Every one of those people was way ahead of Remnick.

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