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Friday, January 6th, 2017


John Harwood Asks “Who Do You Believe America?” – Gets Surprising Answer

CNBC Political reporter, friend of Hillary, and Democratic Party sycophant John Harwood took to Twitter last night to ask: “Who do you believe America? Wikileaks, or US Intel Officials?” The response is yet another slap in the face for the establishment’s perspective on how the world should really run… And that Mr. Harwood is why Donald Trump is about to become President! When will you and your ilk wake upRead More

ODNI report on ‘Russian activities and intentions’ in US presidential election

The US intelligence community has released the unclassified findings of its investigation into what it says was Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election, hours after President-elect Donald Trump received a briefing on the probe. The ODNI devoted seven pages to RT and its influence on the election “by serving as a platform for Kremlin messaging to Russian and international audiences.” The report claimed “Russian media made increasingly favorable comments about President-elect TrumpRead More

Here’s the House Obama Will Live in After He Moves Out of the White House

The 9-bedroom home isn’t located too far from his current digs President Barack Obama has said that he and his family will remain in Washington, D.C., after they leave the White House in January so that his youngest daughter, Sasha, can finish school. And it looks like the Obamas have settled on a neighborhood. Obama and first lady Michelle will lease an 8,200-square-foot mansion in the Kalorama neighborhood of D.C., accordingRead More

‘Hey Alexa, start my car’: Ford announces plans to have 20 million vehicles equipped with Amazon’s smart assistant by 2020

Drivers of Ford vehicles will soon be able to talk to their cars, demanding anything from a nearby cheeseburger to a weather forecast. The car firm has joined forces with Amazon to implement the technology firm’s personal assistant, Alexa, into its cars over the next three years. The alliance comes as many of Ford’s rivals, including General Motors and Mercedes-Benz, have introduced smart assistants in their vehicles. Ford and Amazon’sRead More

Turkey Threatens To Block US From Using Incirlik Airbase

In the immediate aftermath of the failed Turkish “coup” of July 2016, the immediate concern to the US was not the fate of the Erdogan regime, but whether the US would maintain access to Incirlik Air Base, a strategic output for the US airforce, allowing it fast and easy access to most of the Middle East and part of Russia even in the immediate absence of an aircraft carrier. ItRead More

‘We WILL MARCH’ Women’s Army set to protest in London as Donald Trump becomes President

UP TO one million women are expected to march on London, Washington and major cities across the world in protest on the first day of Donald Trump’s presidency Thousands of women are expected to march on London on January 21 from Grosvenor Square to Trafalgar Square. And organisers in Washington estimate 200,000 people will take part in their weekend protest. The events are just two of many planned around theRead More

Experts reveal the tricks mainstream media uses to brainwash and control the masse

You may not know this, but intelligence agencies around the world have, for decades, infiltrated “target” countries by having their agents and operatives pose as journalists (no, I’m not an intelligence operative). That served two purposes: 1) it provided the operative with legitimate cover; and 2) it allowed the operative’s government to use the operatives “media” position to shape public opinion in the host country. Brainwash them, in other words,Read More

Global Power Project: Meet the Bilderberg Group, High Priests of Globalization

Meet the Bilderberg Group – an annual gathering of 130 of the Western world’s top financial, corporate, political, academic, media, military and policy elites, held every year since 1954. They meet behind closed doors, at five-star hotels, where participants are encouraged to speak frankly – meaning “off the record” and away from the prying eyes and piercing ears of the public. Some journalists and media executives are invited, but theyRead More

Privacy Advocates Warn of Potential Surveillance Through Listening Devices Like Amazon Echo, Google Home

Privacy experts are keeping a close watch on the case of a Bentonville, Arkansas, man who was charged with murder after prosecutors obtained a warrant to receive data from his Amazon Echo, a voice-activated device that is always listening and often recording. James Andrew Bates says he’s innocent of the murder of Victor Collins, who was found strangled in Bates’s hot tub. Prosecutors hope to search audio recordings on Bates’sRead More

In 1968, A US Nuclear Submarine Went On a Russia Super Secret Spy Mission (And It Never Came Back)

In May 1968, a U.S. nuclear-powered attack submarine was sent on a secret mission to spy on the Soviet navy. Seven days later, with the families of the crew waiting dockside for the USS Scorpion to return from a three-month patrol, the U.S. Navy realized that the submarine was missing. Scorpion had been the victim of a mysterious accident, the nature of which is debated to this day. The USS Scorpion was a Skipjack-class nuclear attackRead More

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