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    Today, 02:37 AM
    The election of a new government in Italy has brought change to the strategic energy map, which for a decade seemed to be fixed. The €40 billion Southern Gas Corridor pipeline bringing Azeri gas to Europe was intended to be linked to Italy’s by a yet-to-be-built Trans Adriatic Pipeline, TAP. However, the coalition government of the Five Star Movement and the League has created much uncertainty. Environment Minister Sergio Costa has dubbed TAP as “pointless” and has ordered the launch of a formal review. The coalition partners have made fighting corruption one of their election promises. Furthermore, decreasing gas consumption is used as another argument not to construct an additional pipeline. Although demand has risen over the years, it is nowhere near the peak of a decade ago. Italy imports 90 percent of its needs from Russia, Libya, Algeria, and Holland while there is spare capacity. Environmental reasons are also being used as the 5-Star Movement has a green political program. The new government’s minister for southern Italy, Barbara Lezzi, has said that the government believes that the pipeline presented an unnecessary environmental danger given Italy's excess gas capacity. Although Puglia's governor does not object to the construction of TAP, he has proposed redirecting it away from a tourist area. The TAP consortium, which includes British oil group BP, Italy's Snam and Spain’s Enagas, has said re-routing the pipeline away from Italy is not an option. Also, redirecting it inside Italy could delay the project by four to five years. However, analysts have predicted that there is an alternative: existing gas transit lines through the Balkans could be repurposed, and additional interconnectors could facilitate the transport of gas to Southeastern and Eastern Europe. However, for now, this seems not as a reasonable alternative as it could take years of planning, securing new financing, and receiving political support in a fragmented region with diverging interests. What looked like a streamlined project (Southern Gas Corridor) with political and financial support both from Brussels and local players, has the potential of becoming a crisis. The European strategic energy map has been plunged into uncertainty due to recent developments as several major pipelines are planned, under construction or face uncertain futures. More at: https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-06-24/storm-brewing-southern-gas-corridor
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    Today, 02:12 AM
    Researchers have already explored the idea of using water-repellent ship coatings that let ships travel faster and farther. The US Navy, however, is taking things a step further. It's backing University of Michigan work on an "omniphobic" coating that shrugs off virtually any liquid (it'll even fend off peanut butter) while lasting for a long time. Ships could theoretically glide through the water without nearly as much friction as ordinary vessels, consuming less fuel and traveling longer. The scientists purposefully bucked conventional wisdom, which would combine the most repellent filler material with an equally durable polymer matrix. Rather, they looked for the best combination. The team combed through "vast" computer databases for chemicals and used equations based on molecular properties to see how the two would behave when mixed together. Significantly, the coating appears to be ideal for the real world. You can brush or spray it on, and it can easily resist the dents and scratches that could be all too common while on the open water. Unlike some lofty military projects, there's a solid timeline in place. The university hopes to have the coating ready for "small-scale" military and civilian purposes within two years. It wouldn't just be useful for boats, either. It could also protect above-water components like radar units and sensors against the weather, preventing them from rusting after a bad storm. https://finance.yahoo.com/news/navy-backs-apos-omniphobic-apos-223400373.html
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    Today, 02:07 AM
    POLICE in Turkey have arrested three people after sacks overflowing with sealed ballot papers were found in a car they were driving adding fuel to speculation today’s election was rigged. Officers resorted to firing their guns into the air to stop the threesome in the country’s southeastern province of Urfa from delivering four sacks stuffed with fake voting cards to the Bilge Primary School, which was being used as a polling station. When police tried to pull the car over, the driver put his foot on the gas while the remaining two others hurled the sacks and papers out of the window, prompting officers to use force to stop and detain them while the vehicle was searched. Meanwhile, Turkey’s official news agency reports that authorities have launched an investigation after three French, three German and four Italian citizens have been arrested for interfering with votes. The ten claimed to be ballot box monitors to unsuspecting voters but did not have the proper accreditation to do this and have been brought into a nearby police station to be interviewed. Officers have also been doing the rounds up and down the country monitoring election boxes after several videos showed citizens voting in bulk, triggering mass brawls at polling station checkpoints. Anadolu Agency today reported that in Suruc, the country’s south-eastern Sanliurfa district, a major police probe has been launched when locals called out voters for ‘box-stuffing’ at one particular polling station, though there are no further details on the fight or whether anybody was seriously injured. Sanliurfa governor Abdullah Erin said on Twitter: “The necessary interventions were made concerning the short-lived fighting between the sides.”
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    Today, 01:58 AM
    Kilauea spewed a plume of steam 4,500ft high after a period of high seismicity triggered a “collapse explosion” at the Halemaumau crater. The United States Geological Survey (USGS) warned on Sunday morning the Hawaii volcano summit collapsed after being hit by 40 earthquakes an hour. The resulting summit explosion was likened to a magnitude 5.3 earthquake at the volcano’s crater. The USGS said: “At 6.52pm HST on June 22, after approximately 25 hours of elevated seismicity, a collapse explosion occurred at the summit producing an ash-poor steam plume that rose 500 ft above the ground surface, 4,500 ft above sea level, before drifting to the southwest. “The energy released by the event was equivalent to a magnitude 5.3 earthquake. “Seismicity dropped abruptly from a high of 40 earthquakes per hour leading up to the collapse explosion to 10 or less earthquakes per hour afterwards. “Overnight, seismicity gradually increased, reaching about 30 earthquakes per hour by daybreak.” The resulting plume of steam and ash rose up to 4,500 feet above seas level.
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    Today, 01:52 AM
    Glorious news for all privates who've ever had to haul a Humvee out of a mud-filled ditch: A brand new wheel designed by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency' (DARPA) could make the pain of rough terrain a thing of the past. As part of the Ground X-Vehicle Technologies (GXV-T) program to boot the survivability and mobility of Army combat vehicles, DARPA researchers whipped up high-tech Reconfigurable Wheel-Track (RWT) upgrades that "transition from a round wheel to a triangular track and back again while the vehicle is on the move" — in short, allowing Humvees to transform into tracked vehicles on the fly. "For mobility, we've taken a radically different approach by avoiding armor and developing options to move quickly and be agile over all terrain." DARPA GXV-T head Maj. Amber Walker said in a June 22 release on the program's most recent demonstrations. "We look forward to working with the services to transition these technologies into ground vehicle technologies of the future." There's no fielding date specified in DARPA's latest update on its mobility projects, but the new wheel-track mechanism would prove a major boon to the Humvee, which has been plagued by issues downrange as part of its operational tenure during the Global War on Terror. Indeed, the services are currently eyeing the Joint Light Tactical Vehicle (JLTV) as a long-term, modular replacement to the Humvee. But while the new RWT upgrade may give the Humvee added maneuverability over an alleged 95% of off-road terrain, per DARPA, there's one major problem on the horizon: Actually fixing the damn thing if it breaks down. We can hear all you motor transport troops already groaning over futzing with this expensive machine on the side of the road. It's OK, let it all out; we're here for you. http://www.businessinsider.com/darpa-found-a-way-to-reinvent-the-wheel-2018-6
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    Today, 01:33 AM
    At the end of 2017, there were approximately 1 billion firearms in over 230 countries around the globe, 84.6 percent of which were held by civilians, 13.1 percent by state militaries, and 2.2 percent by law enforcement agencies - with Americans the dominant owners, according to a study released Monday. Of the 857 million guns owned by civilians, the Small Arms Survey says 393.3 million are held in the United States, which is “more than those held by civilians in the other top 25 countries combined.” To clarify - there are more civilian-owned guns in the US than there are people. And while headlines have proclaimed a slowdown in gunmaker revenues, as @StephenGutkowski noted, the numbers are still astounding - In May alone, American civilians bought somewhere around 2 million firearms. Table 1: Estimated total civilian-held legal and illicit firearms in the 25 top-ranked countries and territories, 2017 “The key to the United States, of course, is its unique gun culture,” the report’s author, Aaron Karp, said at a news conference. “Ordinary American people buy approximately 14 million new and imported guns every year,” Karp told a news conference at UN headquarters in New York City. The Second Amendment to the United States Constitution preserves the right of the people to keep and bear arms. This enables Americans to have access to powerful and cheap firearms that are not commercially available in other regions around the world due to strict laws.
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    Today, 01:13 AM
    Their hired lackeys to be exact.
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    Yesterday, 11:44 PM
    Divisions in German Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservative bloc have weakened public support for her "grand coalition" and pushed the anti-immigrant Alternative for Germany (AfD) party to its highest ratings, a poll published on Sunday showed.The poll conducted by Emnid for the Bild am Sonntag newspaper showed Merkel's bloc at 31 percent, down two percentage points from the previous poll. The AfD added one percentage point to reach 16 percent, its highest rating in an Emnid poll. The center-left Social Democrats, junior partner in the ruling coalition, remained unchanged at 18 percent. Markus Soeder, a top CSU leader and Bavaria's premier, plans to carry out the electoral campaign in Bavaria without involving Merkel, a first in the 70-year history of the CSU, according to the Welt am Sonntag newspaper. But Soeder has invited Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz, whose ruling coalition includes the far-right FPO party, to participate in Bavarian election events, the newspaper said. More at: https://www.yahoo.com/news/migration-fight-erodes-support-german-conservatives-far-afd-130714990.html
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    Yesterday, 11:17 PM
    No and No. Their only rights are those basic to all humanity. Since they are criminal invaders they don't have the right not to be shot in the act of invasion.
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    Yesterday, 11:12 PM
    It costs them support when they expose their true selves. One day someone will fight back after they go too far.
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    Yesterday, 11:00 PM
    Congresswoman Maxine Waters (D-CA) openly called for people to form a mob and physically confront members of Donald Trump's administration if they see them out in public after controversy over separated migrant families erupted two weeks ago. Waters, who doesn't live in the district she represents and paid her daughter $750,000 for Democratic fundraising activities, said to a crowd at a "Keep Families Together" rally on Saturday: "If you see anybody from that Cabinet in a restaurant, in a department store, at a gasoline station, you get out and you create a crowd and you push back on them, and you tell them they’re not welcome anymore, anywhere." Waters' comments come on the heels of several members of Trump's administration being physically confronted by angry leftists. Last week a group of protesters with the Democratic Socialists of America - including a DOJ paralegal - chased Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen out of a Mexican restaurant near the White House. Days later, protesters showed up at Nielsen's Alexandria townhouse. Protestors are outside of DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen’s Alexandria townhouse, playing audio of the detained children. She appears to be still be home. pic.twitter.com/akIcxOcM3q — Philip Lewis (@Phil_Lewis_) June 22, 2018 And on Friday night, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders was ejected from a Lexington, VA restaurant because the gay staff was too triggered by her presence. After the story went viral, Sanders posted to Twitter: "Last night I was told by the owner of Red Hen in Lexington, VA to leave because I work for potuS and I politely left. Her actions say far more about her than about me. I always do my best to treat people, including those I disagree with, respectfully and will continue to do so"
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    Yesterday, 10:33 PM
    Italy is seeking to have seven boats carrying roughly 1,000 migrants needing rescue off Libya taken back to North Africa, according to a Spanish aid group. Proactiva Open Arms, which has rescued thousands of migrants in the Mediterranean, said the Italians want the Libyan coast guard to conduct the rescues and return the migrants. Proactiva said in a tweet that Italian coast guard authorities who coordinate rescues sent out advisories to all ships in the area but told the aid group: 'We don't need your help.' In a tweet on Sunday, hard-line interior minister Matteo Salvini said: 'It's right that the Libyan authorities intervene, as they've been doing for days, without having the NGOs interrupt them and disturb them.' Salvini has threatened that Italy will withhold its payments to the EU if it does not get more help on the migrant issue. More at: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5880003/Italy-order.html
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    Yesterday, 10:09 PM
    An interesting idea, I don't agree with it but Trump is more ruthless than I am: Trump’s campaign in Syria goes beyond just trying to effect regime change in Iran. It is also part of his full-court press to force real change in Europe. By keeping Syria a mess, with multiple areas of the country unstable it puts even more pressure on Europe to deal with potential migration issues. This morning, as part of his election campaign, President Erdogan in Turkey vowed to send the Syrian refugees in Turkey back home. But to where, exactly? Merkel herself, in support of her own policy, visited Lebanon where there are millions of Syrian refugees and said Syria isn’t stable enough for them to return home. Are you getting the picture yet? But any substantive change in the U.S.’s military position in Syria will change that in a heartbeat. The main source of the instability in Syria would end and life there could begin to return to normal. Unfortunately, that doesn’t serve the goals of the power elite nor their quislings, like Merkel. And so this insanity will continue until it can’t and then something radical will change. For Merkel, she no longer has any allies. Macron in France wants to take over for her as leader of the EU, so he’ll back the U.S. in Syria.
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    Yesterday, 09:51 PM
    You don't get to say "unrestricted" and then claim you are only talking about checks 100 miles from the border, "unrestricted" means wide open borders and that is what you meant and what you argue for in many other posts.
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    Yesterday, 09:49 PM
    GOD owns divine title to every inch of the world and he can grant or remove custody of any part of it he wants to. Times change, back then there was less economic and philosophical difference between the US and the rest of the world and travel was more expensive, slower and more dangerous, also if there was a problem back then the people or the government of a country would just round up all foreigners on a racial and/or cultural basis and expel them.
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    Yesterday, 09:43 PM
    But any way around it would cost money and/or trouble, the incentive would be reduced and more would leave. Maybe but then what would happen if we managed to eliminate the foreign aid after the countries stopped the flow? Wouldn't they just let the flow begin again? I don't want to turn foreign aid into tribute paid to barbarians to not invade.
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    Yesterday, 09:39 PM
    In our preview of Sunday's now-concluded emergency EU meeting on refugee policy which the FT dubbed "The summit to save Merkel", we said that the German chancellor fate could be decided as soon as today should a newly populist Italy present a set of insurmountable demands on how to deal with Europe's migrant problem. And judging by the opening salvo, the odds of Merkel's political career just slumped after Italy’s prime minister Giuseppe Conti demanded the EU rip up its system for dealing with migrants, laying bare seemingly insurmountable divisions in the bloc over migration policy. The hastily-gathered meeting, a segue to the formal EU summit scheduled for June 28 in which migration will be the key topic, was requested by Berlin as a chance for Ms Merkel to press for stronger powers for countries to send back asylum seekers already registered in another EU country: a key condition in an ultimatum that was handed to Merkel last week and which threatens her tenure as chancellor. In other words, Merkel was testing the water to see how much of a political case she can formally make at the international level on Thursday, one that supposedly saves her career domestically. She was, however, stunned after the Italian prime instead called for "radical change" in the EU’s so-called Dublin principle that makes frontline countries such as Italy responsible for dealing with asylum claims and allows for registered asylum seekers that move on to another country to be sent back to the state they landed in. As the FT first reported, in an eight-point plan presented to leaders on Sunday, Conte called for “severing” the link between the “safe port of disembarkation” and the “competency to examine asylum rights”. The reason why is simple: Italy, along with most other peripheral European nations, tends to be on the short-end of that trade, as Rome ends up stuck with any migrants that cross the Mediterranean to arrive in Italy. At the moment, when migrants arrive on Italian soil only Italian authorities can process their asylum application. Rome wants this to be broadened to other EU countries, a step that would in effect end a 25-year system for handling asylum claims. “Whoever arrives in Italy, arrives in Europe,” the document reportedly said adding that “we must reaffirm responsibility and solidarity. Schengen is at stake,” referring to the possibility that border-free movement across some EU countries could be threatened if no deal is reached.
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    Yesterday, 09:28 PM
    I know but it would help reduce the ease and profitability and many would leave because of it.
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    Yesterday, 09:20 PM
    The Injuns should have kept them out and America didn't have the kinds of problems or threats that we do when Trump's ancestors came, we shouldn't emulate the Injuns and succumb to the same outcome.
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    Yesterday, 09:17 PM
    He wants an elimination of tariffs, barriers and subsidies so the market can sort things out, that is what he offered and Canada and the others rejected.
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    Yesterday, 09:15 PM
    We need to require proof of citizenship/legal residence for international money transfers, the self deportation stampede would cause minor earthquakes.
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    Yesterday, 09:12 PM
    While most analysis has been focused on the non-tit-for-tat trade tariff responses to Trump's $450 billion tariff threats against China, it is the Trump administration that is preparing to fire the next salvo in the trade war, and as The FT notes, this move could have even greater long-term consequences for the economic relationship between the US and China than tariffs. The FT reports that according to officials and people briefed on the discussions, the administration has decided to restrict China’s ability to invest in or acquire US companies in the industries identified by Beijing in its so-called Made in China 2025 plan. The Trump administration appears likely to invoke an act that allows US presidents broad powers in the event of a national economic emergency, which the president is likely to declare. The International Emergency Economic Powers Act (IEEPA) dates to the 1970s and has in the past been used mostly to impose sanctions on countries such as North Korea and Iran. Administration officials argue that the restrictions are needed because the US is in an existential innovation war with China over key technologies that will define the future of the world’s two largest economies. Although the exact scope of the investment measures is unknown, this level of dramatic escalation implies the China hawks have taken the upper hand in The White House, as is clear by Trump trade advisor Peter Navarro's comments - aimed directly at Xi's goal of leading the world in sectors from aerospace to AI... “China has targeted America’s industries of the future, and President Trump understands better than anyone that if China successfully captures these emerging industries of the future, America will have no economic future, while its national security will be severely compromised.” However, as we recently noted, China inbound investment has already collapsed in the last six months. According to research firm Rhodium Group, Chinese companies completed acquisitions and greenfield investments worth only $1.8 billion, a 92% drop over the past year, and the lowest level in seven years.
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    Yesterday, 09:07 PM
    Reducing the trade deficit means everyone buys everything from us? That's some interesting math there.
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    Yesterday, 09:05 PM
    Foreigners don't have a right to come here.
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    Yesterday, 08:48 PM
    The corporate media is reporting intrepid crusader Robert Mueller is preparing to do a Pontius Pilate on his special council investigation of Russia and the Trump campaign. According to WaPo, Mueller has beefed up his team with a number of prosecutors and the job of prosecuting Russian nationals for supposedly influencing the 2016 election will be fobbed off on them. “The Post reports that the new hires are the first indication of Mueller preparing for the end of his investigation,” WaPo reported. The Trump component is in the process of performing a disappearing act in slow motion. The investigation petered out months ago. Democrats continued to pound on it. Because it’s all they have. The establishment Resistance run by Pelosi and Schumer is treading water and looking toward the midterms. It’s like simple math. There is no evidence Trump or his associates colluded with Putin and the Russians to somehow - through the exaggerated influence of social media - throw the election in his favor. This nonsense was dispelled early on. It’s true. Enterprising Russians ran a lucrative clickbait scheme on social media - just like hundreds of other entrepreneurs. It took the the Democrats - fresh off a humiliating defeat to a casino and real estate windbag - to make up a fantasy deserving of a novel discount bin. Establishment Dems counted on the corporate media to whip up the required hysteria and frenzy among already hysterical and frenzied liberals. Many apparently sought trauma counseling after the election. Even with the media lavishing coverage on the Mueller investigation, it has failed to do much of anything except get Paul Manafort, Michael Cohen, and others in trouble - not for working under Putin’s direction to get the MAGA candidate elected, but for alleged bank fraud and violation of campaign finance laws.
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    Yesterday, 08:37 PM
    I could get some but you don't deserve the effort.
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    Yesterday, 08:35 PM
    Swordsmyth replied to a thread Trump Facts in U.S. Political News
    It directly relates to what you said but you are either too stupid to understand or are playing dumb. You make perfect the enemy of good and demand an equal level of vehement opposition to Trump, the Swampublicans and the Demoncrats in spite of the vast differences between the three. The public has shown it is not going to embrace the perfect any time soon but we can get them there if we move them step by step within the range that they will support. Trump is not the lesser of two evils, he is the least of all possible goods, I will support him until something better comes along, if he succeeds the public's comfort range will have moved in the right direction and they will accept something better the next time.
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    Yesterday, 08:23 PM
    Swordsmyth replied to a thread Trump Facts in U.S. Political News
    We can shift things in the right direction until we get where we should be or we can all vote Demoncrat and then launch an actual revolution against the communist police state they will erect without the support of a foreign power. People aren't going to all wake up one day and vote LP. (especially with the LP doing everything in its power to drive them away) The odds of success with the second option aren't worth discussing.
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    Yesterday, 08:19 PM
    Update 3: It appears Mr McAfee is recuperating well from his near-death poisoning experience... pic.twitter.com/Lqh7H0NsQI — J.W. (@McAfeeExecutive) June 24, 2018 Update 2: That did not take long. McAfee now claims to know the identity of the motorcyclist and "I want him" explaining that he is a "wanted sex trafficker." OK. The guy's name is John D. Nichols, lives in Burbank at 1687 Oakway Lane. The man is a wanted sex trafficker. And I want him. I nicknamed him Alexander, after a similar dude I once met. — John McAfee (@officialmcafee) June 24, 2018 * * * More at: https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-06-23/john-mcafee-vows-revenge-enemies-who-tried-poison-me
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