May 28

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Obama Steps In To Defend Hillary: DOJ Fights To Block Clinton Deposition:

If there was any doubt, or suspense on which side of the Hillary email scandal the “impartial” Department of Justice stands, the suspense was lifted and all was revealed yesterday when as The Hill reported, the Obama administration stepped into the ongoing Judicial Watch lawsuit and is fighting to prevent former SecState Hillary Clinton from being deposed.

Late Thursday evening the Justice Department, under US attorney general Loretta Lynch, first appointed in 1999 by none other than Bill Clinton,  filed a court motion opposing the Clinton deposition request from conservative legal watchdog Judicial Watch, claiming that the organization was trying to dramatically expand the scope of the lawsuit.

As a reminder, as revealed last night, in the first deposition from the ongoing Judicial Watch lawsuit – which has obtained or seeks depositions from all SecState staffers close to Hillary – we learned thanks to State Department veteran Lewis Lukens, that not only did Hillary not know how to use a computer but that her email actually had no password protection. Continue reading »

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May 28

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Putin Vows Retaliation Over US Missile Shield; Warns Poland, Romania Now In The “Cross Hairs”:

While Obama was in Hiroshima in a historic trip as the first standing president of the only nation to have ever used a nuclear weapon during wartime, and warning about the dangers of nuclear power without offering an apology to Japan, Russian president Putin was in Greece seeking to resume where he left off one year ago, ahead of the turbulent Greece “referendum” and capital controls, following which the Greek people have turned increasingly against remaining in the Eurogroup, a shift Putin certainly hopes to capitalize on. Continue reading »

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May 28

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Oregon Senator Warns – The U.S. Government is Dramatically Expanding its Hacking and Surveillance Authority:

The Patriot Act continues to wreak its havoc on civil liberties. Section 213 was included in the Patriot Act over the protests of privacy advocates and granted law enforcement the power to conduct a search while delaying notice to the suspect of the search. Known as a “sneak and peek” warrant, law enforcement was adamant Section 213 was needed to protect against terrorism. But the latest government report detailing the numbers of “sneak and peek” warrants reveals that out of a total of over 11,000 sneak and peek requests, only 51 were used for terrorism. Yet again, terrorism concerns appear to be trampling our civil liberties.

– From the post: More “War on Terror” Abuses – Spying Powers Are Used for Terrorism Only 0.5% of the Time

Ron Wyden, a Senator from Oregon, has been one of the most influential and significant champions of Americans’ embattled 4th Amendment rights in the digital age. Recall that it was Sen. Wyden who caught Director of National Intelligence, James Clapper, lying under oath about government surveillance of U.S. citizens.

Mr. Wyden continues to be a courageous voice for the public when it comes to pushing back against Big Brother spying. His latest post at Medium is a perfect example.

Here it is in full: Continue reading »

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May 28

There have been many seers, who foresaw a conflict between Russia and Turkey (prior to WW3), with the Turks being wiped off the map by Russia.


Provocation? Turkish Military Advances 700 Meters Into Syria:

The division of the Turkish army has made advances by 700 meters into Syria, in the city of Afrin located in northern Aleppo province according to al-Mayedin channel.

The Turkish military has put up a checkpoint next to the settlement, which has a predominantly Kurdish population.So far there has been no official comment regarding this information. Continue reading »

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May 28

Many seers foresaw that Paris will be (totally) set on fire by its own people.


VIDEO: Policeman grabs woman by throat, slams her down, as French clashes escalate:

A shocking video has emerged of a Toulouse policeman dressed in riot gear assaulting a woman, following a verbal provocation during a labor reform protest. The demonstrations have become increasingly radicalized, with aggressive tactics on both sides.

Two videos featuring the woman were posted by a YouTube account, Ben Art Core, that appears sympathetic to the cause of the demonstrators, who have been regularly flooding streets of most notable French urban centers since the turn of the year.

The footage appears to be selectively edited, but in the first video, the woman can be seen trying to restrain officers, as they pounce on one of the demonstrators, while appearing to be overmatched, during Thursday’s chaotic rally in the southern city. As they rip the clothes off a demonstrator she picks up his jumper, and attempts to hand it back to a row of impassive officers. Local media reported that he was detained for causing violence with a homemade weapon.

The second video starts with a policeman blocking the same woman off from walking down a street, where a cordon has been erected. Continue reading »

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May 28

Report: Swedish Police Excuse Migrant Rape, Blame ‘Nordic Alcohol Culture’ And ‘Ignorance’:

A Swedish police report into rape and sexual assault committed by migrants has blamed “Nordic alcohol culture,” “ignorance” and the “non-traditional gender roles” of European women for the growing problem.

The report notes that Sweden has the worst rates of physical and sexual violence committed against women in the European Union (EU), according to a survey by the EU’s rights agency. Continue reading »

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May 28

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Russia developing kamikaze drone that hits target & detonates – report:

One of the drone models used by Russia is to be modified to be used as a kamikaze, Russian media said. Such drones can be used to suppress enemy air defenses or to provide tactical-level air support to units in the field.

“A drone which would act similar to a fire ship is being developed now. It detonates after hitting a target,” a defense source told TASS. Continue reading »

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May 28

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German Professor: If Our Men Weren’t Such Wussies, Migrant Rape Wouldn’t Be A Problem:

A prominent German history professor and author believes the Cologne rape scandal on New Year’s Eve was a result of the German man’s inability to fight back and protect women.

Jorg Baberowski — a history professor at Humboldt University in Berlin and author of “Spaces of Violence” — says German men have become less aggressive over time, and have too much trust in authorities for protection. Close to 500 women reported getting sexually assaulted during the celebrations in Cologne on New Year’s Eve, but not a single suspect has been found guilty so far. Continue reading »

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May 28

Amputations & stoning: Malaysia govt backs Islamic penal law sparking outrage among ethnic minorities

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May 28

China Warns The World: America Is The “Greatest Threat To Peace & Stability”:

It is no secret that the relationship between the United States and China has been strained for quite some time. Earlier this month when the US sailed its guided missile destroyer the USS William P. Lawrence within 12 nautical miles of Chinese-occupied Fiery Cross Reef, it ended in China scrambling of two fighter jets and three warships to shadow the destroyer and convince it to leave the area.

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The US admitted that it sailed the USS William P. Lawrence by the disputed island in order to “challenge excessive maritime claims” made by China. In turn, China had this to say about the US effort: “This action by the U.S. side threatened China’s sovereignty and security interests, endangered the staff and facilities on the reef, and damaged regional peace and stability.Continue reading »

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May 28

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When socialism takes hold, hospitals collapse into ruin… Disturbing photos from Venezuela show the human cost of bad government:

Sen. Bernie Sanders, the first openly socialist U.S. presidential candidate, won’t become the Democratic Party’s nominee, no matter how much his supporters kick and scream about the unfair advantages awarded his chief rival for the Oval Office, Hillary Clinton.

But sometimes dreams don’t come true, and for a reason: Some entity somewhere is trying to spare Sanders supporters (and the rest of the American public) the pain and agony and despair that socialism would bring to the United States. Continue reading »

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May 28

No Rules For Hillary And Lots Of Rules For Everyone Else:

STATE DEPARTMENT COMPUTER SECURITY

Interesting clip. Senator Bob Corker has questions about cyber security training at the State Department in the wake of Hillary Clinton’s email scandal. It turns out that regular employees at State are automatically locked out of their computers if they don’t take a yearly cybersecurity class, among other revelations.

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May 28

Medvedev orders extension of foreign food ban through 2017:

Restrictions against countries that joined the anti-Russian sanctions will be prolonged till the end of 2017, announced Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev. He instructed the government to prepare the relevant documents.

“Our agricultural companies have repeatedly asked to continue the embargo on agricultural products from countries that had imposed sanctions against Russia or later joined them. I ordered draft proposals on extending the countermeasures not for a year but until the end of 2017,” Medvedev said while meeting with members of the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs (RSPP) on Friday.

The Prime Minister added that Russian agricultural companies will get an opportunity for long-term investment planning which they have asked for.

Western countries have lost around $9.3 billion since the introduction of the Russian food ban, according to a report from the Russian government’s analytical center.

The United States and the European Union initially introduced anti-Russian sanctions in 2014 after Moscow was accused of supporting rebels in eastern Ukraine and annexing Crimea. Sanctions targeted Russia’s financial, energy, and defense sectors, as well as some government officials, businessmen, and public figures.

Moscow responded by imposing an embargo on agricultural produce, food and raw materials against countries that joined anti-Russian sanctions. Since then the sides have repeatedly broadened and extended the sanctions.

However, lately some European policymakers and businesses have become increasingly skeptical about the sanctions, pointing out that they have proven to be politically ineffective and economically harmful for both Russia and European countries.

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May 28

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Pleading for Peace in Chicago: ‘We Could Be Looking at a Blood Bath’

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May 27

First “Shocking” Deposition In Clinton Email Case Reveals She Did Not Use A Password:

Submitted by Eric Zuesse, investigative historian and author, most recently, of  They’re Not Even Close: The Democratic vs. Republican Economic Records, 1910-2010, and of  CHRIST’S VENTRILOQUISTS: The Event that Created Christianity.

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U.S. Ambassador Lewis Lukens’s sworn testimony in the case of Hillary Clinton’s privatization of the U.S. Secretary of State’s email is the first evidence to be released in the Clinton email cases, and it was published on May 26th at the website of Judicial Watch, the organization that originally brought the suit. Headlining “First Deposition Testimony from Clinton Email Discovery Released”, it reported that: Continue reading »

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May 27

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Trump Decides He Won’t Debate Bernie, Says “Inappropriate To Debate Second Place Finisher”:

Having already scored a political victory by redirecting the news cycle to his proposal to debate Bernie Sanders in lieu of a debate between the Vermont socialist and Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump moments ago decided to also slam Sanders himself as well as the democratic race, when the Republican presidential nominee announced that he will not participate in a debate with Bernie Sanders, as “it seems inappropriate that I would debate the second place finisher” and also because the networks who “want to make a killing on these events and are not proving to be too generous to charitable causes.”

His full statement. Continue reading »

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May 27

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Alan Greenspan: Venezuela Declares Martial Law, America Is Next:

Alan Greenspan issued a dire warning about the U.S. economy during an interview with Fox News on Thursday. Greenspan said that as Venezuela descends into martial law, the U.S. is heading in the same direction. 

Greenspan warned that the U.S. has “a global problem of a shortage of productivity growth” which is leading it into an impending disaster.

Foxbusiness.com reports:

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May 27

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May 27

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Brexit would cost British consumers an extra £9billion in trading costs alone and UK would have to negotiate new terms with 161 countries, warns World Trade Organisation:

Britain would be hit with an extra £9 billion in trading costs if voters back Brexit in June’s referendum, the head of the World Trade Organisation (WTO) has warned.

Roberto Azevedo said Brexit would leave ministers with the unprecedented task of having to strike new trade deals with 161 countries, warning that Britain would not be allowed to simply ‘cut and paste’ existing EU terms.

Thousands of new deals would have to be agreed on tariff and quota levels on agricultural produce, for example, while officials would also have to negotiate new terms for access to international markets currently enjoyed by British banks and the UK’s booming service industry.

‘Pretty much all of the UK’s trade [with the world] would somehow have to be negotiated,’ Mr Azevedo told the Financial Times.

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May 27

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British SAS Special Forces ‘Dressed Up As ISIS Rebels’ Fighting Assad in Syria


Caught on camera: US Special Forces on ISIS frontline in Syria:

US Special Forces operatives have been photographed fighting alongside the Kurdish militia in northern Syria in a drive against the Islamic State-held city of Raqqa. The Pentagon insists the Americans are there in “advise and assist” capacity only, however.

A photographer for Agence France-Presse (AFP) took pictures of the American special operatives in what The Washington Post identified as the village of Fatisah, roughly 30 miles (48 km) north of Raqqa. Kurdish fighters from the People’s Protection Units (YPG) – part of the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) fighting against Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) in northern Syria – identified the men as Americans.

The SDF launched a push against the IS capital this week, following the secret visit to the northern Syrian region by General Joseph Votel, head of the US Central Command (CENTCOM).

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May 27

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Special Operations troops assaulted downtown Tampa … all to thunderous applause:

TAMPA — On Wednesday, Special Operations troops from more than a dozen countries jumped out of helicopters, rappelled from buildings and expended hundreds of rounds of ammunition as they attempted to rescue the mayor of this Florida city.

The operation was, of course, an exercise, but it was also a public spectacle for a force that has tried desperately to remain in the shadows despite now being at the forefront of America’s wars.

Aside from U.S. Special Operations forces, including Navy SEALs, Marine Raiders and Army Green Berets, countries such as Ireland and Jordan also participated in the exercise. Many of the participants covered their faces, and only a select few were allowed to speak to the media afterward.

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May 27

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Almost 100 Beheadings So Far in 2016 and Counting… And No, It’s Not ISIS:

(MEEAmnesty International warned on Friday that a surge in executions carried out by Saudi authorities could see more than 100 people put to death in the first six months of 2016.

The London-based watchdog says that the kingdom carried out at least 158 death sentences last year, making it the third most prolific executioner after Iran and Pakistan.

This year, at least 94 people have been executed so far, “higher than at the same point last year,” Amnesty International said. Continue reading »

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May 27

MPs warn voters being ‘conned’ as Brussels keeps plans for EU army secret until after referendum:

British voters are being “conned” by Brussels officials who are keeping plans for a European army secret until after the referendum, leading Tories have claimed.

Liam Fox, the former defence secretary who served under David Cameron, told The Telegraph that the ambitions showed the EU is wedded to the “dangerous fantasy” of creating a single defence force.

Another eurosceptic Tory MP said voters were being “deceived” and “hoodwinked” about the true scale of the EU’s drive to create a single army.

The backlash came as it emerged plans to move towards the creation of a European army are being kept secret from British voters until the day after next month’s referendum.

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May 27

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Brussels fears Brexit will be ‘THE END’ of EU

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May 27

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Erdogan Unleashes More Threats on Europe as EU-Turkey Deal Falters:

The arrangement for Ankara to carry the weight of administering millions of Syrian refugees collapses as Europe refuses to offer Turkish citizens visa-free travel and Turkey slides into Fascism.

An historic deal between the European Union and Turkey detailing the administration of Syrian refugees continues to unravel amid concerns by Brussels regarding Ankara’s quickly deteriorating record on human rights.

Recently, European leaders nearly unanimously signaled an unwillingness to approve visa-free travel for Turkish residents within the Schengen zone, citing Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s persecution of domestic opposition and dissent. Europe’s decision to retreat from offering Turkey visa-free travel, a critical component of the EU-Turkey refugee negotiations, tipped Erdogan into a fit of rage on Tuesday.

Speaking at a World Humanitarian Summit in Istanbul, Erdogan threatened to unleash a flood of refugees into Europe if the EU failed to approve his visa-free travel demands. Continue reading »

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May 27

Still thinking of going to France this weekend? Half the country’s petrol stations have run dry, riots break out in Paris and human traffickers are waging war in Calais:

  • Up to half of the country’s petrol stations are now empty
  • North and north-west areas particularly badly affected
  • Thousands preparing to make trip to France for bank holiday
  • RAC: Cancel journeys unless vehicle has fuel for entire trip 
  • Riot police were sent in to try and lift blockades of fuel refineries    
  • 40 migrants injured at ‘Jungle’ camp during people smuggler mass brawl 

As thousands prepare to make trips across the Channel for the bank holiday weekend, British motorists were advised to cancel trips to France today as fuel pumps ran dry and violent industrial action against employment reform spread across the country.

Up to half of the country’s 12,000-odd petrol stations are now empty, as riot police were sent in to try and lift blockades of fuel refineries.

By this afternoon, all but one of the blockades manned by union activists had been cleared away, a government spokesman said, adding that the situation is ‘improving everywhere, all over the country’.

It came as French Prime Minister Manuel Valls warned that ‘this country is dying from its inability to reform’.

Meanwhile, a mass brawl involving people smugglers at the ‘Jungle’ refugee camp in Calais left 40 injured, including a young female aid worker, yesterday.

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May 27

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Netherlands says calls to boycott Israel allowed under freedom of speech:

Calls to boycott Israel are covered by the right to free speech, Dutch Foreign Minister Bert Koenders has announced, upholding the Boycott, Sanctions and Divestment (BDS) Movement’s right to operate in Netherlands despite Israel’s objections.

“Statements or meetings concerning BDS are protected by freedom of expression and freedom of assembly, as enshrined in the Dutch Constitution and the European Convention on Human Rights,” Koenders said during a debate on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict at the Dutch parliament’s Foreign Affairs Committee in The Hague. He was answering questions recently posed by Green Left MP Rik Grashoff concerning Israel’s threats against BDS activists. Continue reading »

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May 27

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Donald Trump nails Hillary Clinton for being caught in 4 lies following the release of the IG report on Hillary’s illegal use of a private email server that broke several laws and compromised national security.

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May 27

State Dept IG Finds Hillary Clinton Violated Government Records Act and Refused to Speak to Investigators:

Politico reports that the State Department inspector general has concluded that Hillary Clinton violated State’s recordkeeping protocols. The finding is contained in a much anticipated report provided to Congress today.

Significantly, the report also reveals that Clinton and her top aides at State — Cheryl Mills, Jake Sullivan, Huma Abedin, and possibly others — refused to cooperate with the IG’s investigation despite the IG’s requests that they submit to interviews. Continue reading »

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May 27

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Trump’s Decision To Debate Sanders In California Is His Most Genius Move Yet:

Here, a Clinton match-up is highly likely to be an unmitigated electoral disaster, whereas a Sanders candidacy stands a far better chance. Every one of Clinton’s (considerable) weaknesses plays to every one of Trump’s strengths, whereas every one of Trump’s (few) weaknesses plays to every one of Sanders’s strengths. From a purely pragmatic standpoint, running Clinton against Trump is a disastrous, suicidal proposition.

– From the February article: Why Hillary Clinton Cannot Beat Donald Trump

If the Trump/Sanders debate proceeds as planned in California, you’re about to witness one of the most important moments of a 2016 general election that hasn’t even begun yet. To say such a debate would be an unmitigated disaster for Hillary Clinton would be the understatement of the century. Let’s explore why. Continue reading »

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