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February 23, 2019

Feb 23 21:13

‘PR stunt to justify intervention in Venezuela’: Experts slam US regime change ‘gangsterism’

The battle over ‘humanitarian convoys’ is just a big PR operation designed to provoke scenes of violence and justify further US intervention to oust Nicolas Maduro from power in Venezuela, political experts have told RT.

“This is an attempt to set out a pretext for some kind of intervention,” political analyst and journalist John Wight told RT. “The Red Cross and all the other international aid agencies are refusing to touch this because they know that this is a Trojan horse, deployed to try to foment the kind of scenes we're seeing at the border.”

Feb 23 21:11

Horrifying VIDEOS show RAMMING at Simon Bolivar bridge in Venezuela

Three Venezuelans, who rammed a barrier blocking a border bridge in Venezuela before defecting to Colombia, seem to have paid little care about the well-being of civilians and injured several people.

The incident occurred on Saturday morning amid a larger confrontation there, over the attempts by Venezuela’s US-backed opposition to force a delivery of ‘humanitarian aid’ into the Latin American country – a move that its government denounced as a PR stunt and possibly a cover to smuggle arms.

Footage of the incident released by AFP shows two armored vehicles speeding towards the camera and a crowd of people running away to avoid being hit. The front vehicle then rams into the metal barrier. In the aftermath several people appear to be hurt, including a young woman covered in blood with an injury on her forehead.

Feb 23 21:09

Red Cross denounces unsanctioned use of its emblems to smuggle US aid to Venezuela

The largest international aid organization has demanded that activists at the Venezuela-Colombia border not use the insignia of the Red Cross, which isn’t participating in what Caracas has dismissed as a US “propaganda show.”

The Red Cross learned that some “people not affiliated” with the agency are trying to disguise themselves as aid workers to smuggle cargo for Venezuela’s opposition across the closed frontiers.

“They might mean well but they risk jeopardizing our neutrality, impartiality & independence,” the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies said.

Feb 23 12:51

More Than 100 Bills Proposed in 30 States to Expand, Restrict or Eliminate Vaccine Informed Consent Rights

Feb 23 12:26

How The Jussie Smollett Hoax Reveals The Scope Of The Surveillance State

Op-Ed by Kevin Samson

As the Jussie Smollett hoax has taken over the media, and the ramifications of such deception are yet to be felt in full, one aspect of the exposure has been largely ignored.

As Activist Post has previously covered, there is a new type of court case that has been slowly but steadily emerging within the American legal system: alleged crimes being detected from data supplied by the interconnected network of government surveillance combined with a range of smart home devices...

Feb 23 11:53

Scott Adams: Eating Salad With a Comb, Syria Non-Withdrawals, The Gaffe Deficit and More

Contrast and direction are what matter in persuasion
Contrast current President Trump with current anti-Trumpers
Michael Steele on MSNBC, even the host wanted clarification
Steele’s comment was wrong on unprecedented levels
As socialism is flowering in AOC and others, Venezuela is rotting
Best possible contrast for capitalism versus socialism
Comb-salad eating Amy Klobuchar angry with staffer
Story probably isn’t exactly what we’re hearing
Black History Month White House event
Watch the video closely, OBVIOUS respect and affection
Breadline Bernie versus Crazy Bernie
The search for his most effective nickname
Crazy Bernie is the clear winner
The supply of hate crimes is less than demand for them by the left
What is the rate of interracial marriages? Has it increased over time?
Good indicator of the state of race relations
More racial crimes are being reported

Feb 23 11:20

NEW: DOJ Officials Say They Are NOT Expecting to Receive Mueller Report Next Week

Earlier this week, CNN reported that newly-confirmed Attorney General Bill Barr was preparing to announce as early as next week the completion of dirty cop Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation.

CNN reported Wednesday that AG Bill Barr plans to submit a summary of Mueller’s report to Congress as early as next week, but the timing of the announcement was subject to change.

Feb 23 11:18

Hundreds more troops heading to U.S.-Mexico border

The Pentagon is planning to deploy hundreds more American military personnel to the southern border, in the wake of President Trump’s announcement of a national emergency along the country’s border with Mexico.

Currently 5,000 U.S. troops are stationed in Texas, Arizona and California, backing immigration enforcement operations led by the Department of Homeland Security. With Mr. Trump’s declaration of a national emergency, that number is expected to surge to 6,000 by March 1, a senior Defense Department official said Friday.

Those troops will provide air support to Customs and Border Patrol officers and Homeland Security agents carrying out border security operations. In addition, those forces have been tasked with securing the hundreds of miles of territory along the border, in between the major points of entry into the U.S.

Feb 23 11:17

Rare Southwest Snowfall Bewilders Southern California And Closes Schools In Las Vegas

It snowed today in parts of California and the desert southwest that aren’t accustomed to seeing much in the way of wintry precipitation. Social media lit up with a mixture of delight and confusion as snowflakes, sleet, graupel, and even hail fell around the Los Angeles metro area. Wintry precipitation is so uncommon at lower elevations in southern California that the National Weather Service in Los Angeles had to explain the difference between different types of icy precipitation. Las Vegas saw measurable snow for a second day in a row on Thursday and the threat for icy roads on Friday morning will give students in the area a rare snow day. Nearly three feet of snow fell in Flagstaff, Arizona, today, which is an all-time record for the most snow the city’s airport has ever measured in one day.

Feb 23 11:17

Rare snow dusts Vegas strip, sticks to LA-area foothills

Winter storms in the U.S. Southwest brought snow to places it rarely falls, dusting casino marquees on the Las Vegas Strip and sticking at very low elevations on the foothills around Southern California.

"No need to panic Los Angeles — the LAPD is on snow watch," the city's police department tweeted, along with video of a light flurry.

Snow fell in the Santa Monica Mountains above the Malibu coast. In the nearby celebrity haven of Calabasas, actor Jerry O'Connell recorded video of himself as snow fell on his car and quickly melted. "It is snowing in Calabasas — crazy," he said.

The National Weather Service had said the snow level could lower to 1,000 feet (305 meters).

Feb 23 11:16

Las Vegas hit with first measurable amount of snow in a decade

Parts of the Southwest that are known for sunny weather experienced a true winter wonderland this week. Las Vegas was hit with its second snowstorm in a week Wednesday, and it's the most snow the city has received in over a decade.

Feb 23 11:14

YouTube Demonitizes Anti-Vax Channels After BuzzFeed Contacts Advertisers

YouTube on Friday demonetized channels which promote anti-vax content, after BuzzFeed notified a spate of advertisers that their ads were being run alongside anti-vax videos, reports BuzzFeed. YouTube said that such videos fall under its policy prohibiting videos with "dangerous and harmful" content to be monetized.

Feb 23 11:13

Smartphone Apps Sending "Intensely Personal Information" To Facebook - Whether Or Not You Have An Account

Facebook has been collecting "intensely personal information" from millions of people - whether they have Facebook accounts or not, according to testing performed by the Wall Street Journal.

According to tests of more than 70 apps using software to monitor internet communications, the Journal found that "the apps often send the data without any prominent or specific disclosure," and that "Facebook software collects data from many apps even if no Facebook account is used to log in and if the end user isn’t a Facebook member."

Eleven of the apps tested sent Facebook "potentially sensitive information about how users behaved or actual data they entered."

For example, Flo Health Inc.'s "Period & Ovulation Tracker" - which boasts 25 million active users, was sending Facebook information on when women were having their periods - or indicated their desire to get pregnant, according to the tests.

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Feb 23 11:13

Pentagon won't say if it will seek congressional approval to move billions for wall

Pentagon officials on Friday would not say whether the Defense Department will seek approval from Congress before it moves billions of dollars from its counter-drug program coffers to fund President Trump’s southern border wall.

At question is $2.5 billion from the Pentagon’s drug-interdiction program, which the White House has indicated it plans to repurpose under Trump's national emergency declaration last week to help build a barrier at the U.S.-Mexico border.

Traditionally, when the Pentagon seeks to reprogram large amounts of dollars, it must notify Congress in advance. Lawmakers are then given the chance to agree or deny the request, though the Defense Department is not required by law to obtain an approval before it moves forward.

“It has been the practice of the Department of Defense to request approval and it’s not required by law,” one official told reporters when asked if the Pentagon would move forward on the reprogramming if Congress does not approve the request.

Feb 23 11:12

Trump, Xi In Talks To Meet At Mar-A-Lago Next Month

News of the summit, which follows reports earlier this month that the two sides were in the process of planning a sit-down between the two leaders, though Beijing had proposed the summit be held at the Chinese resort island of Hainan following Trump's summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. A meeting between the two leaders would be their first since a Dec. 1 dinner in Buenos Aires.

CNBC also reported that China has committed to buy $1.2 trillion in US goods (though a time frame for these purchases wasn't given, though it doesn't sound very realistic on its face).

The summit will offer the two leaders an opportunity to engage in marathon talks that will likely be needed to clinch a deal. Though the wide gulf between the two sides' positions suggests that an agreement is far from guaranteed.

Feb 23 10:57

SECOND BILLBOARD: Group Trolls Ocasio-Cortez With Another Billboard

Job Creators Network, the group behind a New York City billboard criticizing socialist Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), trolled the 29-year-old congresswoman with a second billboard after she lashed out at the group's first billboard.

Feb 23 10:51

Win in Washington State: Judge Strikes Down Unconstitutional “Cyberstalking” Law Chilling Free Speech

By Rebecca Jeschke

Great news out of Washington state: a federal judge has ruled that the First Amendment protects speech on the Internet, even from anonymous speakers, and even if it’s embarrassing.

EFF has been fighting this statute for a long time. It’s a prime example of how sloppy approaches to combating “cyberstalking” can go terribly wrong...

Feb 23 10:51

New York Reveals the Scam Behind Firearms Waiting Periods

Among the many anti-Second Amendment bills being considered in New York is S.2374/A.2690. Behind that combination of two letters and eight numbers is a very insidious way of infringing your right to keep and bear arms. Essentially, it can impose a waiting period of up to 30 days. These bills, if they pass the state legislature, will likely be signed by Andrew Cuomo.

Feb 23 10:35

Police: Two Soldiers Plotted Murder Of Another Soldier On Snapchat

Police in Michigan say that two Georgia-based soldiers spent months planning the murder of the husband of one of the soldiers and specifically used Snapchat as a way of attempting to keep the plot secret.

Feb 23 10:34

Self-Proclaimed Marxist Threatened Cops Who Oppose Gun Control: You ‘Will Be Shot. By Me’

A 23-year-old Washington state resident was arrested earlier this month after posting threatening messages to cops on Facebook.

Feb 23 10:08

1998 to 2000 All Over Again

Feb 23 09:53

Cuba Accuses US Of Preparing For Military Action In Venezuela 

At a Havana press conference Tuesday, the Cuban government accused the Trump administration of preparing a military operation against Venezuela, suggesting that humanitarian aid is a pretext for intervention.

"You're starting to see American military transports that originate in U.S. military installations, where marine infantry and special forces operate and plan covert action," Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez said in Havana.

Rodriguez told journalists that the US military is quickly building up assets unbeknownst to Caribbean governments where their bases are located.

Journalists questioned what evidence Cuba has the US is preparing to stage a military operation to overthrow Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro. Rodriguez told Local 10's Cuba correspondent Hatzel Vela to examine the airports where he would uncover evidence of the buildup.

Feb 23 09:53

Migrants attack unarmed officials as they cross from Guatemala into Mexico

Members of a Central American migrant caravan violently attacked unarmed Mexican federal immigration officers with rocks and other blunt objects Tuesday after government officials tried to block the group from illegally crossing into Mexico from Guatemala.

Newly released video taken from inside one of the Mexican government vehicles shows a group of about 1,000 people walking down a road in Tapachula after refusing to turn around. Similar videos and pictures circulated by Mexican media confirm the incident took place Tuesday.

Federal immigration officers from Instituto Nacional de Migracion, Mexico's national immigration agency, had lined up a handful of white vans and pickup trucks in a row to keep the caravan from passing by.

Feb 23 09:52

Truly Amazing! Media Can't Even Call THIS What it OBVIOUSLY Is!

Feb 23 09:51

Militants Keep Preventing Refugees From Leaving Rukban Camp - Russian Military

Militants are still stopping refugees and their families from leaving Syria's Rukban camp and providing them false information about true intentions of Russia and Damascus, head of the Russian Defense Ministry's Center for Syrian Reconciliation Lt. Gen. Sergei Solomatin said on Friday.

According to Solomatin, two checkpoints were opened on Tuesday to facilitate the refugees' withdrawal from the Rukban camp, which lies in the area controlled by the United States. Soldiers from the Russian Reconciliation Center in Syria and crews of the Syrian Arab Red Crescent are working at the checkpoints, and are prepared to provide assistance for those who want to leave the camp, he added.

Feb 23 09:51

Venezuela Crisis Reaching ‘Flashpoint’ After Attempted Aid Delivery

On Friday, a number of border incidents in Venezuela were reported as the US and its right-wing allies in Colombia and Brazil set the stage for intervention. February 23 is the deadline for Caracas to accept foreign aid, but a journalist in the country told Sputnik that as the coup attempt fails, invasion becomes more likely.

Feb 23 09:50

‘Russia Is Aware’: US Military Conducting Open Skies Flight Over Russia

Unarmed US military aircraft carried out a surveillance flight over Russia this week under the protection of the Treaty on Open Skies, the Pentagon has announced.

Signatories to the treaty permit legal reconnaissance missions over one another's territory, military facilities and other sensitive locations. There are 34 signatories, including many NATO and former Warsaw Pact member countries.

"Russia is aware of the flight," US Defense Department spokesman Jamie Davis told reporters Friday, adding that "six Russian Federation observers are on board the US aircraft to monitor all phases of the flight."

Feb 23 09:49

Weaponized water: India threatens to divert 3 rivers away from Pakistan

India has reiterated claims it is building dams to shut off its share of the water supply to Pakistan-controlled Kashmir in response to the February 14 suicide bomb attack in Pulwama which killed 40 paramilitary soldiers.

The bombing in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir was claimed by an insurgency group called Jaish-e-Mohammed which operates out of Pakistan. It was the deadliest attack on Indian soldiers since the Kashmiri insurgency began in 1989. India has accused its neighbour of not doing enough to rein in extremist insurgents operating within its borders while Pakistan denies any involvement.

Feb 23 09:49

Outrage as kids pick cotton, sing slave songs during school field trip (VIDEO)

Disturbing cell phone video has appeared online apparently showing a class of 10-year-old South Carolina elementary school kids picking cotton and singing slave songs as their teachers supervise.

The cell phone video was reportedly taken by one of the teachers and sent to parents of fifth graders from Ebenezer Avenue Elementary in Rock Hill, South Carolina this week. “I like it when you don’t talk back, make money for me,” the children can be heard singing in the videos.

“I’m livid right now,” parent Jessica Blanchard told Fox 46 after the video emerged. “I’m African-American and my ancestors picked cotton. Why would I want my son to pick cotton and think it’s fun?”

According to Blanchard and other parents, there was apparently no mention of picking cotton on the permission slip for the field trip.

Feb 23 09:48

ISIS’s last march: Truckloads of the final fighters and their jihadi brides – carrying designer knockoff bags – line up to leave terrorists’ last frontline after US-coalition airstrikes prompt their surrender

The final remnants of Islamic State have left the group's last pocket of territory in eastern Syria - as truckloads of fighters and their jihadi brides are seen being transported from the area.

The move came just hours after US-led coalition air strikes intended to pressure the militants targeted the area on the banks of the Euphrates River.

At least 36 trucks and two buses were seen leaving the area through a humanitarian corridor from the militants' last patch of territory in the remote village of Baghouz near the Iraqi border.

They were escorted by gun-mounted trucks belonging to the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF).

As the convoy passed, automatic machine gun fire could be heard in the distance and coalition aircraft flew overhead.

Some 300 IS militants, along with hundreds of civilians believed to be mostly their families, have been under siege for more than a week in the tent camp in Baghouz.

Feb 23 09:47

First Venezuela, now Nicaragua? Bolton says Ortega’s days ‘numbered’ & people ‘will soon be free’

US President Donald Trump’s top foreign policy advisor John Bolton appears dead set on resuming his decades-long stand-off with Nicaragua President Daniel Ortega, hinting that Washington-backed regime change may be in the offing.

“The Ortega regime has sentenced three farm leaders to 550 years in prison for their roles in protests in 2018, where Ortega’s police forces reportedly killed 300 activists. As President Trump said Monday, Ortega’s days are numbered and the Nicaraguan people will soon be free,” the national security advisor to the US president tweeted on Wednesday.

Feb 23 09:47

What is at Stake in Venezuela: National Sovereignty

NYU history professor Greg Grandin discusses the history of the concept of national sovereignty as it originated in Latin America, but was repeatedly challenged by the US. The latest US threats against Venezuela once again threatens to make the concept irrelevant and would serve as justification for more unilateral interventions

Feb 23 09:46

Wall Street Legends Identified In Florida Prostitution Sting

While the big news of the day was that New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft was named as one of those involved in a prostitution sting in Florida, NBC News reported that he’s far from the only one named in the Orchids of Asia Spa bust, and may in fact "not be the most famous person involved."

According to ESPN, while Kraft's naming in the prostitution bust prompted shocked gasps - with many asking why a billionaire would resort to a $75/hour day spa to satisfy his basic urges - he is reportedly not the most famous person, as "there’s someone else whose name hasn’t surfaced yet who’s better known than Kraft."

“I’m also told that Robert Kraft is not the biggest name involved down there in South Florida,” Schefter said.

According to Schefter, another 175 names to be revealed, in addition to the 25 people already named in the police report with up to 200 names in total involved in the investigation.

Feb 23 09:46

As Yellowstone Awakens, Dr. Michio Kaku Warns That It Could "Literally Tear The Guts Out Of The USA"

Scientists assure us that one day the absolutely massive Yellowstone supervolcano will once again experience a Category 8 eruption, and if it happened today it would “literally tear the guts out of the United States of America”. That is why what has been happening at Yellowstone in recent months is so alarming. We know that the ground has been rising and that “a 465-mile-long piece of molten rock” is moving upwards directly under Yellowstone. And we also know that the major geysers at Yellowstone were more active last year than in any other year in any of our lifetimes. Are these signs that an eruption is coming? We better hope not, because as Dr. Michio Kaku recently told Fox News, there is “a sleeping Godzilla underneath Yellowstone”…

Feb 23 09:45

Venezuela, Hezbollah and Iran: The latest hysteria from the US ‘backyard’

The US ‘obligation’ to respond to manufactured threats constitutes preemptive justification for yet more pernicious activity

Feb 23 09:44


A Palestinian teenager was killed and dozens were injured during violent protests along the Gaza security fence on Friday.

Identified by the Gaza Health Ministry as 15-year-old Yousef Saeed Dayeh, he was reported to have been shot in the chest by IDF fire while taking part in clashes. Another 41 Palestinians were injured, three of them seriously, by live bullets or rubber-coated rounds fired by IDF troops.

Feb 23 09:43

Who’s Afraid of Electric Cars? And Why

In the fall of 2017, as China announced its dramatic new regulations pushing electric cars, the price of lithium and cobalt went through the roof. The two minerals, essential in the production of batteries for ‘New Energy Vehicles’, were highly sought. The Democratic Republic of the Congo, Australia and other countries that are source of rare minerals sped forward, expanding extraction to meet rising demand.

However, the price of these two prized commodities is now decreasing, amid a glutted market. The Wall Street Journal reports: “Cobalt prices have fallen more than 30% in 2019 to their lowest level in two years” and “a lithium price index published by Benchmark Mineral Intelligence dropped for the 10th consecutive month in January.”

Feb 23 09:42

What War Films Never Show You

Newspapers on the other side of the world are calling it “the biggest U.S. cinema event of all time.”

Critical acclaim has poured in from all corners for the BBC production They Shall Not Grow Old, a technical and emotional masterpiece on the First World War — the war Woodrow Wilson said would “make the world safe for democracy.”

The way the film brings old footage, and therefore the soldiers, to life is almost magical and powerfully moving. But because of how director Peter Jackson defined his film, a critical element is virtually invisible: the wounded.

Jackson distilled the stories of 120 veterans who spoke on some 600 hours of BBC audio tape done in the 1960s and ‘70s. His goal was to have “120 men telling a single story…what it was like being a British soldier on the Western Front.” He artfully presents it, using no narration other than the archive of BBC interviews.

Feb 23 09:40

SWAMP: PAC Aligned With Ocasio-Cortez Paid Her Boyfriend $6,000. PAC Responds.

A political action committee (PAC) aligned with media darling Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) paid her boyfriend Riley Roberts two payments of $3,000 during her run for congressional office in 2017. Brand New Congress PAC, which was founded by Ocasio-Cortez’s current Chief of Staff Saikat Chakrabarti, claims it paid Roberts the $6,000 for his marketing services.

Feb 23 09:40

Sen. Amy Klobuchar once ate salad with a hair comb, then made her aide clean it

Sen. Amy Klobuchar's legend as a tough (or worse) boss continued to grow Friday, when The New York Times reported on a unique lunch situation that resulted in her eating salad with a hair comb and making an aide clean it afterward.

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Feb 23 09:39

College nixed student group's pro-Second Amendment banner because it includes ?image? of guns

Administrators at a California college demanded the removal of a pro-Second Amendment banner from a conservative student group's recruitment booth because the banner included an image of guns, Townhall reported.

Feb 23 09:39

Nebraska lawmaker compares American flag to Nazi swastika: ‘It’s a rag!’

State Sen. Ernie Chambers (I) compared the American flag to the Nazi swastika Tuesday night while on the floor of the Nebraska Legislature, according to the Washington Examiner.

Feb 23 09:38

Secret Mayan Tombs Uncovered Beneath Pyramids

Two untouched tombs have been discovered beneath Mayan pyramids in Guatemala. Archaeologists said the secret tombs date back to 650-700AD, the same period of the disappearance of the Mayan Empire. It was very fortunate that archaeologists found them first before the tomb raiders did.

Feb 23 09:25


The Iranian navy is no match for the US navy, which has major assets in the Persian Gulf, but Iran’s display is meant to show that its locally-designed ships and submarines can perform too.

Feb 23 09:25

Saudi crown prince defends China's right to put Uighur Muslims in concentration camps

Mohammed bin Salman, Saudi Arabia’’s crown prince, on Friday defended China’s use of concentration camps for Muslims, saying it was Beijing’s “right”.

"China has the right to carry out anti-terrorism and de-extremisation work for its national security,” Prince Mohammed, who has been in China signing multi-million trade deals much to the annoyance of his Western allies, was quoted as saying on Chinese state television.

Xi Jinping, China’s leader, told the crown prince the two countries must strengthen international cooperation on de-radicalisation to “prevent the infiltration and spread of extremist thinking”.

Feb 23 09:24

White House warns Maduro as Venezuela orders partial closure of border with Colombia

The White House warned Venezuelan leader Nicolas Maduro on Friday that any "egregious" human rights violations by troops under his government's command would not "go unpunished" as Maduro's forces seek to keep foreign aid out of the country.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Madura has allowed aid to come into Venezuela from places like Russia and China. It is only the US "aid" he is blocking, out of concern it is intended to support paramilitary groups working for the US to oust him.

Once again the US forces its way into places they are not wanted.

Feb 23 09:22

Sudan's Bashir declares state of emergency, dissolves government as protests mount

President Omar al-Bashir has declared a one-year state of emergency and dissolved government in Sudan. He is facing the most sustained challenge to his 30-year rule with repeated protests in recent weeks.

Feb 23 09:21

Graham: 'Handful' of GOP senators will vote to block Trump's emergency declaration

Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) predicted on Friday that a "handful" of Republicans will back a resolution to block President Trump's emergency declaration to construct the U.S.-Mexico border wall.

"A handful. … [But] there will be enough [left] to sustain a veto," Graham told Fox News, asked how many Republicans would vote with Democrats in the Senate.

Graham didn't offer a specific number for how many of his Republican colleagues he thinks will back the resolution.

He said that he would "absolutely not" vote for the Democrat-led resolution, adding that he is "100 percent with the president."

Feb 23 09:20

Pelosi’s Chief of Staff: Speaker Will Release Tax Returns ‘If and When She Runs for President’

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) “will gladly release her tax returns if and when she runs for president,” said her Chief of Staff Drew Hammill, apparently indicating that, in Pelosi’s current position as speaker, she will not release her tax returns.

Feb 23 09:19

New polls put Gantz-Lapid ahead of Netanyahu

New polls released Thursday evening showed Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s Likud party trailing well behind the new joint Blue and White list of Benny Gantz and Yair Lapid, with 47 days until the April 9 Knesset elections.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"BOMB SYRIA!" -- Nodding Yahoo

Feb 23 09:19


“Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said on Friday that Moscow will continue all-out cooperation with Iran, including in the area of nuclear energy," Iranian media reported.

Feb 23 09:18

"Humanitarian Intervention" And The New World Order, Part 1

The term „humanitarian intervention“ is the American political neologism (newly coined word) to morally cover a new format of Washington’s global imperialism at the time of the post-Cold War’s „New World Order“ in which the USA feel very comfortable to play a role of a global policeman. Theoretically, according to the Western conception of „humanitarian intervention“, one or more states (the USA and the NATO) have a moral (quasi) obligation and/or right to intervene into the internal affairs of other state, if this state (according to the self-evaluation by Washington) does not respect commonly accepted principles of humanitarian law but in particular if the task of such military intervention is to save the lives of a particular group of people (minority) which the state’s authorities, to be intervened against, either threatens or is incapable of protecting. Here it is not of any importance whether such a group is of domestic or foreign origin (citizens).

Feb 23 09:18

"Humanitarian Intervention" And The New World Order, Part 2

It is a very fact that modern Public International Law strictly prohibits either any threat of armed force by any sovereign political entity (state) or use of armed force by any state acting without the authorization of the UNSC on the foundation of the VII Chapter of the UN Charter. In other words, the use of force, including an armed (military) intervention, is possible only under the umbrella of the UN Charter but after the authorization by the UNSC in accordance to the idea of collective security. Here, two questions arise: What is Public International Law and What is collective security?

Feb 23 09:18

"Humanitarian Intervention" And The New World Order, Part 3

The NATO launched a military intervention against the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (Serbia and Montenegro) on March 24th, 1999 in the name of protection of human rights of Kosovo Albanians. In other words, the 78 days of barbaric air-strikes were formally justified by “humanitarian intervention” which was mainly based on the false flags and fake news (like the Rachak case) by Western corporate mass media or brutal lies from the ground (like by William Walker – a Head of the Kosovo Verification Mission).

Feb 23 09:12

'My parents taught me to work': Enterprising teen rakes in $35k in just FOUR DAYS plowing driveways in Seattle's heaviest snowfall in 70 years - and he'll donate 20 per cent to church

An Idaho teenager has been hailed a 'smart kid' who has a 'bright future' after raking in a whopping $35,000 in just four days for plowing driveways in Seattle.
And kindhearted David Holsten now plans to donate 20 per cent of his earning to charity.
The 18-year-old was in Washington state visiting his mother in hospital after surgery when a friend advised him to put and advert out on Craigslist for his landscaping services.
During February the city had received its heaviest snowfall in 70 years with up to 10 inches in some places.

Feb 23 09:10

America's opioid epidemic is moving east - from the rural, white Midwest to urban black communities where fentanyl overdoses are soaring

The opioid epidemic seems to be moving, geographically, spreading from the poor, rural Rust Belt to the East Coast.
Overdose deaths, particularly those from synthetic opioids, have increased especially sharply in the eastern US.
The number of people who died due to opioids at least doubled every three years between 1999 and 2016 in eight states: Connecticut, Illinois, Indiana Massachusetts, Maryland, Maine, New Hampshire and Ohio.

Feb 23 09:09

2019 revolution (top-down & bottom-up) on 4 levels of .01% rogue state empires: US, global, exo-political/ET, and cosmic to allow such robust evil

*hyperlinks/videos live at source*

“You can be amazing;
you can turn a phrase into a weapon or a drug.
You can be the outcast;
or the backlash of somebody’s lack or love.

Or you can start speaking up.”
~ Sara Bareilles, Brave (music video)

Revolution: from Latin revolutio, a “turn around” or return.

Earth is in historic revolution at four levels, with 2019 analogous to The Emperor’s New Clothes when We the People trust our own eyes to see:

1. Ongoing US illegal rogue state empire, lying for centuries to neocolonial-loot targeted “slave” groups (human resources) parasitizing natural resources that annually kill millions, harm billions, and loot trillions. The empire’s lies are paper-thin, repeated in controlled corporate media and public education, and will be recognized and ended in a relative moment after We the People choose to look rather than take dictates from literal .01% psychopaths.

Feb 23 09:07

12-year-old journalist busts cop who threatens to jail her for recording him

Twelve-year-old Hilde Lysiak takes her job as a journalist seriously. You can see from the web version of her paper — the Orange Street News — that she covers serious stories. According to the Washington Post, Hilde has recently been covering stories in southern Arizona, even though she lives in Pennsylvania, and while she was there, she ran into Joseph Patterson, the town marshal in Patagonia.

Feb 23 09:06

Elementary School Celebrates Black History Month by Having Kids Play Runaway Slave ‘Game’

Teachers at a northern Virginia elementary school recently decided it would be a great idea to teach black history by having kids play slaves on the Underground Railroad running from imaginary fugitive slave catchers because, well ... there’s no other way to say this: a lot of racist people are also stupid.

Feb 23 09:05

Proposed Asian grocery in Fairfield sparked fear of 'undesirables', and citizens shut it down

Narayan Dhungel is broke, and he doesn't want his family to know it.
The longtime grocer, who has made a career owning stores in Chicago and, before that, in his native country of Nepal, is reeling after an unexpected defeat. Not against shrinking profits or aging infrastructure but Fairfield City Hall.

Feb 23 09:05

Woman Who Grew Up in Communist China Crushes Bernie Sanders’ Claim That Breadlines Are ‘Good’

Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders is a self-described socialist and he even once said breadlines are “a good thing,” but a woman who grew up in Communist China gave Sanders a much-needed history lesson.
You have probably seen the video by now; in 1985, Sanders defended the socialist regime ruling Nicaragua at the time by saying breadlines are “a good thing.”

Feb 23 09:04

FLASHBACK - The Reese Committee - NORMAN DODD (full interview by Edward Griffin)

"The Reese Committee learned that the 'Rockefeller Foundation' and the 'Carnegie Endowment for International Peace' were, with tax exempt dollars, funding leftist propaganda operations aimed to changing America through the brain, not the battle field."

With these words, Mr. Norman Dodd, director of research of the Reese Committee, defines very well what this documentary is all about. The Committee was put together by the American Congress in 1953 with the task of investigating the activities of foundations in the USA (led by the Rockefeller Foundation) and also related issues abroad (led by the Carnegie Endowment). What have the tax exempt foundations been up to all this time?

Feb 23 09:03

Tommy Robinson supporters bombard personal trainer with racist abuse after she advertises fitness class for Muslim women

A personal trainer who started a fitness class for Muslim women was bombarded with abuse from Tommy Robinson supporters, according to reports.
Bianca Jade, 30, claims she was subjected to death threats after Tommy Robinson shared a poster for her 'Muslim women only classes' on social media.
Ms Jade, from Nottingham, said she had been getting 250 calls a day since Robinson's post on Monday, the Independent reports.
She claims she has received texts, calls, and messages over social media, as well as people trying to FaceTime her.

Feb 23 09:02

Too white to be a copper? Graduate, 25, who wanted to follow in his detective father’s footsteps was turned down by the police because he isn’t disabled, gay or black

The son of a police chief who tried to join his father’s force was rejected for being ‘a white, heterosexual male without disability’.
Matthew Furlong, 25, had applied for his ‘dream job’ as a constable with Cheshire Police, where his father, Liam, 52, is a detective inspector.
He performed well in tests and at interview but the force was so desperate for more recruits from ethnic minorities or who were gay or transgender that it refused to hire him.

Feb 23 09:01

Everyone has fallen for the lies about Venezuela (by Lee Camp)

Socialism, ditching the dollar, and having natural resources are the three crimes that usually provoke the US into overthrowing a foreign government. And these are the reasons it’s backing the coup in Venezuela.
There are three things I know for sure in this fanciful, sometimes inglorious experience we call life:

You will never have a safety pin when you need one, and you will have thousands when you don’t need one.

Wild animals are breathtakingly majestic until they’re crawling up your pant leg.

A US presidential administration will never admit that it invaded another country or backed a coup attempt in order to essentially steal the natural resources (oil) of said country.

This is why it was so very shocking last week when members of the Trump administration admitted they were backing a coup attempt in order to essentially steal the natural resources (oil) of another country.

Feb 23 09:00

Couple Sues Planned Parenthood over Failed Abortion of Son

An Idaho couple who sought a drug-induced abortion from Planned Parenthood in 2016 is suing the abortion vendor for failing to end the life of their son and leaving with them the costs of raising “an additional unplanned child.”

A lawsuit filed last week and cited by the Albuquerque Journal Wednesday claimed Planned Parenthood’s “failure to properly supervise and administer the abortion service directly resulted in the failure of the pregnancy termination which resulted in injury to plaintiffs’ interests in family planning and their interests in financial planning for the future of their family.”

Feb 23 08:59

The Yankee Plot to Overthrow Nicolás Maduro and Steal Venezuela’s Oil

Feb 23 08:56

3 Things That Trump Just Did That Are Absolutely Confounding The Pundits

With President Trump, you should always expect the unexpected. Just when you think that you have Trump all figured out, he will inevitably do something that completely surprises you, and this week there are three items in the news that are perfect examples of this. Each of these three items is confusing the experts, because in each case Trump is moving in a new direction that seems counter to what he had done previously.

Feb 23 08:50

Domino effect: Pompeo vows US will help uproot ‘authoritarianism’ in Nicaragua & Cuba

The United States will help the people of Nicaragua and Cuba to resist “non-democratic regimes” in their countries, Mike Pompeo has said. His comments come as Washington steps up calls for a new government in Venezuela.

The secretary of state responded in the affirmative when asked during an interview with Telemundo if the US would “help” people living in “non-democratic regimes” in South America.

“Yes, President Trump’s administration has done so and will continue to do so. Not just in Venezuela but certainly in Nicaragua and Cuba,” Pompeo said, adding that the Washington is “working diligently to achieve good outcomes for those people.”

Feb 23 08:49

France's Jewish Elites Demand Yellow Vest Protests Be Shut Down

Le Parisien today (19 February) has an interview with Frances Kalifat, president of the CRIF (Representative Council of Jewish Organisations of France), the main Jewish ethno-activist organisation in France. All major French politicians are expected to attend its dinners and pay court to it it, except those of the Front National (now renamed Le Rassemblement National), who, being defenders of French interests, are systematically excluded.