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    Today, 07:10 AM
    #ReleasetheMemo “It is so alarming the American people have to see this. It's troubling. It is shocking,”” Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan “Part of me wishes that I didn't read it because I don’t want to believe that those kinds of things could be happening in this country that I call home and love so much.” North Carolina Rep. Mark Meadows “I believe the consequence of its release will be major changes in people currently working at the FBI and the Department of Justice,” Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz "not only will the release of this memo result in DOJ firing, but people will go to jail." Rep. Matt Gatetz
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    Yesterday, 10:40 PM
    Washington Humiliates South Korea, Threatens North Korea Fearing that peace might break out with the two Koreas talking to each other, Washington instructed South Korean President Moon Jae-in to keep the message about anything but peace. It is not just Trump. A former top official for the Obama administration warned Moon that South Korea was not going to get anywhere with the North Koreans unless they have the “US behind them”. … The official went on to say, “If South Koreans are viewed as running off the leash, it will exacerbate tension within the alliance”. Running off the leash! Now more humiliation … During the talks it was agreed for North Korea to participate in the Winter Olympics … The two countries will even march together under a common flag, and future talks between the two are planned … the two Koreas have “engaged in the most substantive direct talks in years”. Neocons … are outraged … To Washington, South Korea talking peace is weak, running off the leash and going it alone without its US master. … In retaliation the US sent more nukes to Guam, and put the state of Hawaii on a full alert that a “ballistic missile was inbound“. The nukes outbound to Guam are real; the ones inbound to Hawaii were fake, … The US wants its chorus to perform the tragedy of telling North Korea to obey or watch 500,000 of their children die. As Madeleine Albright said about Iraq’s 500,000 dead children from US sanctions, “the price is worth it“. … The US continues to block efforts at diplomacy, and express its contempt for South Korea’s elected President Moon Jae-in … elected on a peace platform … Moon’s predecessor Park Geun-hye sang from the US hymnbook … and now she is in prison. Peace is not anything that Washington’s plutocrats want to hear … The message of the humiliation from US apparatchiks is that if Moon does not change his tune the US will try to undermine South Korea’s democracy with a regime change project …The US habitually meddles in other’s elections, and wants to keep tensions high on the Korean peninsula … Even at the risks of a nuclear war, which the US proposes making easier.
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    Yesterday, 10:03 PM
    The "False Alarm" The “false alarm” delivered to a population of 1.5 million in the US Pacific island state of Hawaii on Saturday morning has laid bare the clear and present danger of a nuclear war. … The fact that this event is so rapidly disappearing from the front pages of major newspapers and is being reduced to a secondary story by television news is itself a disturbing indication of how much more is involved in the Hawaii ballistic missile warning than the public is being told. The corporate media, working in tight coordination with the US government, is in full containment mode. Monday night, all three US television networks broadcast virtually identical reports … the official story that the chaos was caused by the inadvertent error of a single employee. … The event and its implications are being minimized. No one is going to conduct an investigation and present findings to the public. There will be no televised public hearings before the US Congress.
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    Yesterday, 09:40 PM
    Slapping an Israeli Soldier More Newsworthy than Shooting a Palestinian Child in the Face Israeli soldiers shot 14-year-old Palestinian Mohammad Tamimi point-blank in the face with a rubber-jacketed bullet on December 14, 2017, in Nabi Saleh … The boy had to undergo six hours of surgery and was placed in a medically induced coma. An hour later, Mohammad’s cousin, Ahed Tamimi, slapped and kicked at an armed Israeli soldier. Early the next week, after video of Ahed’s actions went viral, Israeli soldiers raided the Tamimi home at 3 a.m., arresting Ahed and confiscating the family’s phones, computers and laptops. Ahed has been denied bail and could face years in prison. …
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    Yesterday, 08:47 PM
    In Midst of North-South Progress Trump’s Tillerson Threatens Military Action Against North Korea Following up on Tuesday’s statements from Vancouver that the US and allied nations want to ignore the North Korea diplomatic efforts with South Korea and pursue new sanctions, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson piled on with a threat of US military action against North Korea. … North Korea has repeatedly suggested negotiations in recent weeks, and been rebuffed every single time by the US. … The US position, as stated now, boils down to pretending diplomacy is not ongoing and threatening to start a massive war with North Korea to punish them for the lack of diplomacy, even though important bilateral talks are in fact ongoing and … the US refuses to participate. This makes the position increasingly puzzling and nonsensical, as the US keeps threatening war despite positive developments, presents diplomacy as an end-goal while spurning every opportunity to engage in it …
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    Yesterday, 08:42 PM
    Koreas’ Olympic Détente Upends Washington Strategy The 20+ nations in Vancouver talking about North Korea repeatedly heard the same message from US officials: pay no attention to the bilateral talks between North and South Korea, with officials suggesting they not be “fooled” by the talks and suggesting that nothing would come of them. That’s a problem for the US though, because something is coming of those talks. North and South Korea … made big progress in just a few meetings, agreeing to march unified at next month’s Winter Olympic, and even field a common team for ice hockey. Significant reconciliation on the Korean Peninsula seems to be happening, and it’s a big blow to Trump Administration strategy, which has centered on isolating North Korea and presenting the whole world, beyond China and Russia of course, as unified against them. If even South Korea sees the merits of diplomacy in the face of US talk of military action, the US unwillingness to engage in direct talks with North Korea looks all the more like the real aberration …
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    Yesterday, 08:04 PM
    The whole concept of the government trying to keep Amtrak alive as a cross country form of transportation is a failure. Cross country train travel is not a comparable alternative to jet travel. People are not going to prefer train for a four day trip from Phoenix to Atlanta and another four days for the return, when they can purchase airline tickets for the same or lower price that does the same trip in only hours. People will however take the train in lieu of driving intercity travel. An Amtrak focus on neighboring intercity travel would be far more popular. Taking an afternoon or morning train from Phoenix to Tucson, or Vegas, or L.A. would be very popular and cost effective.
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    Yesterday, 07:53 PM
    This thread is stacked with information.
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    Yesterday, 07:27 PM
    So its not disputing it gave rise to ISIS in Syria and Iraq, only disputing responsibility for the spillover into Afghanistan.
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    Yesterday, 10:37 AM
    From truthdig : Secretary of State Rex Tillerson gave a talk … in which he committed to a Forever War in Syria. … a mishmash of incompatible talking points and full of inaccurate and tendentious assertions, … determination to keep US troops in Eastern Syria over the long haul. … Tillerson laid out five strategic goals in Syria …First, ISIS and al-Qaida in Syria suffer an enduring defeat … Second … post-Assad leadership … Third, Iranian influence in Syria is diminished ... Fourth , … refugees … voluntarily return to Syria. And fifth, Syria is free of weapons of mass destruction.
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    Yesterday, 10:25 AM
    Good Michael Rozeff piece from lewrockwell.com : the U.S. intends to build a 30,000 man army manned by locals in Syria’s northern region … Tillerson’s plans for Syria are those of an empire whose principals believe they have the right to intervene in foreign countries on their own say-so and for their own ends … The U.S. plan means in effect a permanent U.S. presence inside Syria … Turkey has vowed to strangle it, threatening invasion. Sooner or later, Assad will actively find means, military, political and other, to regain control of northern Syria as he is doing now in Idlib. Tillerson has tried to dampen the reaction with a cover story. He doesn’t deny the creation of the force. … He claims it’s projected as an anti-ISIS force … His explanation or shift in description doesn’t hold water because anti-ISIS forces in those regions have already overcome major portions of ISIS forces without the formation of an army of the type being projected … permanent U.S. bases inside Syria. The defeat of ISIS as a state and territorial entity has largely been accomplished … Why is the U.S. even present in Syria uninvited? Why doesn’t it leave? The anti-ISIS justification proffered by Tillerson is not an answer that makes sense. … The U.S. is interjecting itself into a trouble spot and creating more trouble in its quest for its own foothold … of leverage and dominance …on plans and activities launched months ago. … the Kurdish-led SDF … had a very different understanding of plans: “They have a strategy policy for decades to come. There will be military, economic, and political agreements in the long-term between the leadership of the northern areas ” . The U.S. military expressed a third view: “Our mission…is to defeat in designated areas of Iraq and Syria and to set conditions for follow-on operations to increase regional stability.” …
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    Yesterday, 07:27 AM
    I must deduce that if one examines semantic objectivism of postmodernism generator, one is faced with a choice: either reject neocapitalist narrative of the generation or conclude that consciousness is responsible for hierarchy of generation of postmodernism, but only if the prefuture postmodernsim narrativity is distinct from art; otherwise, we can assume that the raison d’etre of the pastprepostmodernism of the reader is social comment abstractly distinct from the generator.
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    Yesterday, 07:16 AM
    http://www.wnd.com/2018/01/1-state-aims-to-be-sanctuary-state-for-gun-rights/ A West Virginia lawmaker has introduced a bill to the state House that would outlaw enforcement of current and future gun-control laws that violate the U.S. or state constitutions. House Bill 2138, introduced by Republican Del. Pat McGeehan, would effectively nullify all federal gun control within the state’s boundaries, according to a report from the Tenth Amendment Center. The bill would make any attempt to enforce such laws a felony. HB2138 reads: “All current and future federal, state, and local statutes, ordinances, laws, orders, rules, and any other actions which attempt to restrict, tax, or regulate the possession, use, discharge in lawful self-defense, transportation, purchase, acquisition, sale, transfer, ownership, carrying, manufacture, or repair of firearms, firearm accessories, ammunition and their accouterments contradict the true meaning and original intent of the Second Amendment to the Constitution of the United States and Section twenty-two, Article III of the Constitution of the State of West Virginia. Those statutes, ordinances, laws, orders and rules which violate the Constitution of the United States and the Constitution of the State of West Virginia are invalid, and therefore, are null and void.”
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    Yesterday, 06:57 AM
    This is not an article. Louis Anslow is just an idiot nobody posting a blog mainly to himself. His juvenile 7th grade level writing is nothing but a bunch off tinfoil hat delusional accusations strung together without a single piece of actual evidence in support. For instance the loony Louis Anslow writes 162 million unsolicited emails were sent by botnets in Ukraine; that Paul's success in online polls were nothing but a bunch of Russian "bots" (Sounds like Sean Hannity), and popularity of his articles on Digg and others were nothing but Russian bots- A series of self delusional innuendo and imaginary explanations without any factual bases. Tinfoil hat nutcase Louis Anslow fails to explain the popularity of the message of freedom and the US Constitution. Paranoid zealots like Louis Anslow fail to account for the tens of thousands of people that showed up at Dr. Paul's rallies, or the inspired passion and activism of many thousands of grassroots events of individuals spontaneously having rallies, sign wavings, marches and other activist events, sometimes numbering in the hundreds to thousands ( a movement not seen with any other candidate for at least the past century) , the hundreds of thousands of individually homemade signs and banners hand posted and hung across the nation; or the nearly $7 million in donations generated from individual American citizens in a single day money bomb. Louis Anslow the fool wants to write off all the online American activism as automated "bots", yet all the friending and associations by individuals on Facebook and Myspace are verifiable individuals; The online activism with thousands of individual comments and postings and blogs and editorials each individually unique and thoughtful and signed by real names of individuals dedicated to activism, entire websites such as ronpaulforums and dailypaul and hundreds of others created and operated by individuals, the petitions, the pledges all with real actual names of verifiable people, the creation of many tens of thousands of individual videos on YouTube and other sites showing activism across the nation, creative songs and artistic music and video and art and more; - all these things that are impossible by bots. This same wave of people (millions that voted for Dr. Paul in the primaries) of highly impassioned, dedicated individual activists can easily and legitimately vote up online polls or articles (except in the demented wacko tinfoil mind of Louis Anslow).
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    01-17-2018, 09:12 PM
    New John Stossel piece exposing the SPLC Southern Poverty Lie Center
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    01-17-2018, 08:24 PM
    Good quote by Lawrence Vance at LewRockwell.com : According to a new report issued by the American Civil Liberties Union and Human Rights Watch, “Police arrest more people for marijuana use than for all violent crimes — combined.” On any given day in the United States, “at least 137,000 people sit behind bars on simple drug-possession charges.” This in spite of the fact that medical marijuana is legal in 29 states, recreational marijuana is legal in 8 states, and the possession of small amounts of marijuana has been decriminalized in 21 states. As I recently stated: “No one should ever be arrested, fined, or imprisoned for possessing a plant the government doesn’t approve of. Not in the land of the free.” Want to eliminate half of the cops in the United States? End the war on drugs. It is, after all, a war on freedom.
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    01-17-2018, 08:13 PM
    NBC News Crew just happened to be inside the FEMA/HEMA bunker that sent out the false alarm just hours before it went out. NBC reports: “Hours before the false alarm sounded with warning of an inbound missile we had exclusive access to the bunker where it was sent from,”
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    01-17-2018, 07:00 PM
    Excerpts and comments: Confirming that the US military presence inside Syria had little to do with fighting ISIS, US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson unveiled … the real US strategy for Syria: overthrow of the Assad government. … Tillerson vowed that the United States military would continue to occupy Syrian territory until three conditions are met: First: ISIS must be destroyed. The same gang Washington helped create, train their recruits before they join, provide aerial protection by creating buffer zones to keep the SAA away from ISIS (before Russia got involved) and arm them via rat lines from Libya , or through Washington’s “moderate” terrorists and Al Qaeda groups.] Second: Assad must go.
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    01-17-2018, 06:45 PM
    Donnack Jamessein OTtrumpa
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    01-17-2018, 06:43 PM
    They already had democratic elections and Assad won and won again. Washington does not like the elections, only outcomes. Washington does not care what Syrians want. So the Washington Reich unlawfully invades and militarily occupies a sovereign nation while training terrorist proxy armies to disrupt, kill, destroy and wreak havoc until Washington gets what it wants. Sounds like a military toppling with a facade of phony baloney.
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    01-17-2018, 06:52 AM
    Pentagon Proposes Nuclear First-Strikes to Counter Cyberattacks on the Pentagon’s new Nuclear Posture Review ... the details continue to slowly emerge, and show a scramble to establish more pretexts for nuclear first strikes. This includes cyberattacks.... Pentagon’s document proposes the use of nuclear first strikes against cyber foes, presenting that as the only “realistic” option to such threats. ... Which is another problem. US assignments of blame in cyberattacks are rarely grounded in evidence or reality, but rather they blame whoever is politically expedient at the time, whether it’s Russia, China, or North Korea. Such reckless blame is relatively consequence-free when the US just responds with angry threats, but nuclear strikes could quickly start massive, civilization ending nuclear warfare. Making nuclear war more likely is the general theme of the Nuclear Posture Review ... The Trump Administration has spent its entire time in power easing restrictions on the military, and giving commanders more and more leeway on their operations. It might not be such a surprise for that to spill over into nuclear weapon policy.
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    01-17-2018, 06:26 AM
    Apple Music edited Mensa's music video to delete scenes or blur any background images identifiable as Palestine out of the original video. Further Apple actually deleted words from the song cutting out any mention of Palestine. Apple still left in scenes and reference to Ferguson, native Americans, Charlottesville, and US police, but Apple Music completely erased from the artist's video and song of any traces of reference to Palestine. More on the Apple suppression of the artist's nessage The original full video:
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    01-17-2018, 05:28 AM
    Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan Tuesday called on NATO to take a stance against the United States ... over its plans to form a 30,000-strong Kurdish-led border security force in Syria. Erdogan Monday accused the United States of creating an “army of terror” in Syria along the border with Turkey, and vowed to crush the U.S.-backed border force. ... Erdogan questioned NATO’s stance on the issue, saying, “Hey NATO! You are obliged to take a stance against those who harass and violate the borders of your members.” The coalition has said the new force, expected to reach 30,000 in the next several years, is a key element of its strategy in Syria to prevent the resurgence of Daesh in Syria. ... Turkey has sent reinforcements to its border in recent weeks and Erdogan said this week that Turkish troops were already firing artillery at Afrin from the border.
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    01-16-2018, 11:25 PM
    So now Hawaii and FEMA have a confirmation pop-up that asks, "Are you sure you want to send a message to every person in the entire state that their life may be obliterated by incoming missiles in a matter of minutes?"
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    01-16-2018, 11:21 PM
    The government class is a protected privileged class. Can you imagine if a private citizen accidentally sent a message to say a hospital or school that there was a bomb there about to go off, and they freaked and evacuated the building, and then the citizen waited nearly 40 minutes to tell them it was a mistake. What would happen to that citizen? Would the government say, oh just a mistake, and protect their identity? They'd be seeking long time prison terms. Yet, when a member of the elite government class commits the largest bomb scare ever, not only no charges, but no punishment and protects that person, and the complicit superiors that authorized and approved the system that made such a mistake so easy and thus likely.
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    01-16-2018, 10:41 PM
    Washington's new proxy army inside Syria U.S.-led coalition spokesman Ryan Dillon announced the plan to establish a 30,000-strong new border security force with the SDF -- the U.S.-backed group that is largely controlled and manned by the PKK/PYD terrorist organization in Syria. Dillon mentioned that this army will be provided with both theoretical and technical information as well as military training and high-tech equipment. ... “Washington holds that Turkey's interests should be confined to Turkish borders, and the U.S. interests extend to the whole world. ... first and foremost, such a policy is directed against Iran. “But it's also against Turkey. Turkey is too independent, according to Washington ...
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    01-16-2018, 10:24 PM
    Erdogan: “A country we call an ally is insisting on forming a terror army on our borders. What can that terror army target but Turkey? Our mission is to strangle it before it’s even born.”
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