20:29 [The Corbett Report/YouTube] (E)
Welcome back to New World Next Week – the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in open source intelligence news.
20:16 [Voltaire Network] (E)
President Trump does nothing like his predecessors (except for his model, Andrew Jackson), thereby destabilising his partners. The « Deal of the Century » that he dreamed up for Palestine angered President Abbas, who interpreted it from the point of view of previous US propositions. Could he have been wrong? President Donald Trump has declared several times that his method of government was enough to solve many different conflicts, and that he even hoped, during the course of his mandate (or mandates), to attain peace between the Palestinians and the Israëlis.
20:15 [Voltaire Netzwerk] (D)
Präsident Trump tut nichts so wie seine Vorgänger (mit Ausnahme seines Vorbildes, Andrew Jackson).Er verwirrt daher seine Partner. Der "Deal des Jahrhunderts", den er sich für Palästina vorgestellt hat, verärgerte Präsident Abbas, der ihn im Lichte der früheren US-Vorschläge interpretiert hat. Hat er sich nicht geirrt? Präsident Donald Trump hat mehrmals erklärt, dass seine Regierungsmethode fähig sei, viele Konflikte zu lösen, und dass er während seiner Amtszeit (Amtszeiten) sogar hoffe, Frieden zwischen Palästinensern und Israelis erzielen zu können.
19:32 [Telepolis] (D)
Beim Schlagabtausch mit nicht-weißen demokratischen Frauen im Kongress soll Amerika nationalistisch von beiden Seiten gerettet werden
21:21 [youtube/George Webb] (E)
George Webb deserves the Pulitzer Prize, but nobody cares about true journalism in the mainstream! Awesome video.
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21:19 [Global Intel Hub] (E)
Whatever your bias or special interest, it’s important to understand what’s going on here which is beyond markets and politics. The world is changing at a pace so fast few can understand what’s really going on. Taking into account the fact that the world is not presented in real form (fake news) it becomes even more confusing to the average reader. We have touched on this in our book Splitting Pennies and want to dive deeper here. Trump is a good example because he’s the first politician that’s not a politician.
21:18 [youtube/George Webb] (E)
George Webb is a journalist based in Washington, DC best known for finding the alleged "DNC Pried Hard Drives" and "DNC Blackberries" at the Virginia home of a convicted felon who worked for 45 different US Congressmen including a very close relationship with DNC Chairwoman, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, and had access to all DNC and DCC Server passwords.
21:18 [youtube/Know More News] (E)
Interview with Titus Frost
20:48 [USAWatchdog] (E)
Billionaire money manager Jeffery Epstein has been arrested for sex trafficking and other charges in New York this week. He reportedly catered to top world leaders, politicians and business executives on his private island, reportedly called “Orgy Island.” The case is way more than one billionaire’s lust for underage girls. It could deliver a significant blow to the global elite of a magnitude that has never happened before in history.
20:46 [Tom Luongo] (E)
From the moment I heard Jeffrey Epstein had been arrested I knew none of us had anything close to the real story. And, by the time this is over, I don’t think we’ll have anything close to the real story either. That shouldn’t, however, keep us from picking through the bread crumbs and see where they lead us. I wrote previously that I thought this story would lead to Hillary Clinton. The MAGA crowd loved that. Regardless of whether Hillary winds up being the target is irrelevant. What I wrote the other day I still feel is the most likely situation.
10:16 [youtube/trunews] (E)
Today on TRUNEWS we discuss the shocking arrest of politically connected pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, who allegedly ran an international sex trafficking ring which serviced and blackmailed political elite such as Bill Clinton and Prince Andrew.
10:11 [wunderhaft] (D)
Es ist an der Zeit deine Unabhängigkeit von der Tyrannei zu erklären, Amerika. Zu lange schon haben wir die Ungerechtigkeiten einer Regierung ertragen, die auf unsere Rechte oder auf unser Menschsein keine Rücksicht nimmt.
1:11 [williamengdahl.com] (E)
A major problem for the Trump prospects to win a second term in November 2020 is the fact that since 1913 no American President, nor the Congress, control the decisions of the central bank, the legendary Federal Reserve or Fed. What few are aware of is the fact that the Fed is not a government agency. This is despite the fact the President nominates persons to serve as directors. The reality is that the Fed is privately owned largely by the international banks and financial groups that control global money flows. They determine in complex ways the control of US money creation, the heart of the economy.
0:48 [The Babylon Bee] (E)
Harvard student David Li was put on time-out and told to stand in the corner by his professor after far exceeding the expected test score of oppressed minorities last Tuesday. The professor of physics, Dr. Liam Sternberger says that he was "visibly trembling" after he had witnessed Li`s test scores.
22:55 [Russiepolitics] (F)
A l`occasion de la fête de l`Indépendance américaine du 4 juillet, Donald Trump a organisé un défilé militaire et osé un discours, ce qui a provoqué de vives réactions médiatiques, rarement positives, comme à chaque fois en ce qui le concerne. Dans ce cas précis, la réaction épidermique des médias montre bien que Trump s`est attaqué à un tabou - l`Etat. Or, une démonstration de force pour le climat ou les LGBT, c`est normal, mais quand l`Etat s`assume en tant que tel, nous frôlons la "dictature".
19:48 [Zero Hedge] (E)
The media ran headlines right up to the day of President Trump’s July 4 speech predicting only a “tiny crowd” would show up. How spectacularly wrong they were.
An Independent article titled ‘Trump officials ‘fear embarrassingly tiny crowd’ for his Fourth of July speech’ was typical of the coverage. In reality, photos from the event show crowds stretching the full length of the national mall.
19:47 [RT] (E)
In just a few short years, the woke crusade against “hate” in the US has gone from demanding the removal of Confederate flags and monuments to targeting George Washington, the national anthem and now even the American flag.
19:46 [WhatDoesItMean] (E)
According to this report, on today’s 243rd Anniversary of the 4 July 1776 date that saw a band of tyrannically ruled British colonists in North American declaring war against King George III, the world’s oldest democracy now known as the United States would be unrecognizable to its Founding Fathers, the over 600-million citizens who’ve lived and died in the US since its founding, and the over 1.1-million US soliders who died defending the freedom of this country since their nation was born.
8:12 [Tikkun] (E)
Geopolitical, economic, energy, and military determinants have shaped U.S. Middle East policy since the Second World War. No less significant, however, is the powerful influence of Christian Zionism on the formation of America’s Israel-first policy. With over 40 million adherents, it has become a powerful force in shaping that policy, especially today. Christian Zionism is the political outgrowth of dispensationalism—a movement that originated with 19th century Anglican priest, John Nelson Darby. Darby’s theology reached a vast American audience with the 1909 publication and widespread distribution of the Scofield Reference Bible. By the 1970s, Christian Zionism had become synonymous with American evangelicalism.
8:05 [youtube/Fox News] (E)
Democratic candidate and Hawaii Rep. Tulsi Gabbard weighs in on foreign policy and the first primary debate on `Tucker Carlson Tonight.`
7:56 [youtube/E. Michael Jones] (E)
Dr. E. Michael Jones interviewed by Press TV about the significance of recent testimony by former US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson about unauthorized diplomatic negotiations that President Trump`s son-in-law Jared Kushner conducted behind Tillerson`s back.
7:56 [American Intelligence Media] (E)
‘A Great Day for the World’: Trump-Kim Meet in Diplomatic Breakthrough.
23:53 [youtube] (E)
Democratic candidates take a hard-left turn at first presidential primary debate.
8:43 [Anderweltonline] (D)
Wäre es nicht so ernst, könnte man über das Schmierentheater, das uns die Amerikaner da in schlechtester Hollywood-Manier mit ihrer Auseinandersetzung mit dem Iran vorspielen, nur schallend lachen. Oder im Jargon von Donald Trump zu bleiben: Die Welt wird mit einer Serie von Fake News beballert und Washington erwartet selbstverständlich, dass wir die abstrusen Verlautbarungen aus dem Weißen Haus bzw. dem Pentagon für bare Münze nehmen.
8:43 [WSJ] (E)
‘These people want to push us into a war... It’s so disgusting,’ president told confidant. President Trump bucked most of his top national-security advisers by abandoning retaliatory strikes in Iran on Thursday. In private conversations Friday, Mr. Trump reveled in his judgment, certain about his decision to call off the attacks while speaking of his administration as if removed from the center of it. “These people want to push us into a war, and it’s so disgusting,” Mr. Trump told one confidant about his own inner circle of advisers. “We don’t need any more wars.”
8:16 [The American Conservative] (E)
In a move sure to flummox the warmongers and national security elite, Trump proposes a "Make Iran Great Again" plan. President Donald Trump almost ordered a retaliatory strike against Iran over explosions on oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman and a downed American surveillance drone, a move which would have pleased the Beltway’s war gurus. But Trump is proving that there’s a new sheriff in town, and he is willing to turn decades of Washington conventional foreign policy on its head.
8:12 [Fox News] (E)
President Trump on Monday signed an executive order demanding the upfront disclosure by hospitals of the actual prices for common tests and procedures. Trump`s order also requires that patients be told ahead of time what their out-of-pocket costs like deductibles and copays will be for many procedures. “This landmark initiative continues our work to put American patients first,” Trump said at the White House. “We are fundamentally changing the nature of the health care marketplace.”
8:46 [youtube/Jimmy Dore] (E)
13:41 [youtube] (E)
Another excellent comment on the current situation by Tucker Carlson.
13:40 [youtube/trunews] (E)
Today on TRUNEWS we discuss the life-saving decision by President Trump to call off the attack on Iran, and the Israeli origin of Iran’s nuclear and ballistic missile programs.
21:27 [Humanisme] (F)
Après trois ans à la présidence des États-Unis, Donald Trump nous donne une idée assez claire du lien qu’il établit entre ses promesses électorales et ses actions. À ce titre, il est plus que pertinent de revenir à certaines de ses promesses les plus percutantes pour les États-Unis et l’avenir des peuples. Lors de son discours d’investiture, Trump a fait, entre autres, trois déclarations qui ont été reçues avec enthousiasme et beaucoup d’espérance par la communauté internationale.
8:27 [Press TV] (E)
According to an excerpt from an upcoming interview with NBC aired on Friday, Trump also said that the United States has no intention of going to war with Iran.
21:35 [Moon of Alabama] (E)
Last night U.S President Trump allegedly pulled back from a military strike against Iran after it had already been ordered. That is the official story but there are doubts that it is true. The Iranian campaign of "maximum pressure" against Trump`s sanctions is still on. But there are first signs that it is successful. The New York Times headlines: Trump Approves Strikes on Iran, but Then Abruptly Pulls Back.
20:33 [Democracy Now/YouTube] (E)
On Wednesday, a subcommittee of the House Judiciary held a historic hearing on reparations for slavery—the first of its kind in over a decade. Wednesday’s hearing coincided with Juneteenth, a day that commemorates June 19, 1865, when slaves in Galveston, Texas, finally learned that the Emancipation Proclamation had abolished slavery. This year marks the 400th anniversary of the transatlantic slave trade.
7:55 [youtube/RonPaulLibertyReport] (E)
ecretary of State Mike Pompeo`s rush to judgement that Iran was behind the apparent attacks on two tanker ships last week has not galvanized world opinion against Iran, as the neocons hoped. Instead, it was met with high skepticism even among Washington`s closest allies.
7:55 [U.S. Department of Justice] (E)
International Business Machines Corporation (IBM) and Cúram Software have agreed to pay $14.8 million to settle alleged violations of the False Claims Act arising from material misrepresentations to the State of Maryland during the Maryland Health Benefit Exchange (MHBE) contract award process for the development of Maryland’s Health Insurance Exchange (HIX) website and IT platform, the Department of Justice announced today.
13:31 [Zero Hedge] (E)
It`s been known for some time that the US Government based its conclusion that Russia hacked the Democratic National Committee (DNC) on a report by cybersecurity firm Crowdstrike, which the DNC paid over a million dollars to conduct forensic analysis and other work on servers they refused to hand over to the FBI.
22:03 [Strategic Culture Foundation] (E)
Philip Giraldi - On May 25th Vice President Mike Pence was the featured speaker at the United States Military Academy commencement. His speech was predictably an encomium celebrating both the diversity and the success of the newly commissioned officers as well as of the system at West Point that had produced them, but it also included interesting insights into how he and the other non-veterans who dominate the policy making in the White House see the military. Most media commentary on the speech was either shocked or pleasantly surprised by Pence’s prediction that the graduating officers would soon be at war. He said “It is a virtual certainty that you will fight on a battlefield for America at some point in your life. You will lead soldiers in combat. It will happen.
13:50 [youtube/H. A. Goodman] (E)
James Clapper Knew There Was No Evidence of Trump-Russia Collusion In 2016
20:40 [realclearpolitics] (E)
KOMO`s Eric Johnson explores the impact the drug and homelessness problem is having on the city and possible solutions in this documentary titled, "Seattle is Dying."
8:48 [Counterpunch] (E)
I am as horrified as Paul Krugman at the authoritarian threat posed by Donald Trump and his supporters, but in different ways, with a different understanding.
17:09 [Mint Press News] (E)
While Russia often serves as a useful “boogeyman” for promoting militaristic policies, the odd moments when those same policies actually benefit Russia and avoid strong opposition from U.S. politicians and media provide a rare glimpse into the real motivations behind Cold War 2.0.
9:24 [The Ron Paul Institute] (E)
It cannot be emphasized too often: Russiagate—allegations that the American president has been compromised by the Kremlin, which may even have helped to put him in the White House—is the worst and (considering the lack of actual evidence) most fraudulent political scandal in American history. We have yet to calculate the damage Russsiagate has inflicted on America’s democratic institutions, including the presidency and the electoral process, and on domestic and foreign perceptions of American democracy, or on US-Russian relations at a critical moment when both sides, having “modernized” their nuclear weapons, are embarking on a new, more dangerous, and largely unreported arms race.
13:15 [rt] (E)
The commencement address Trump`s VP, Mike Pence, gave to West Point graduates recently goes down in history for all the wrong reasons.
13:12 [Zero Hedge] (E)
President Trump on Friday said that he wants Attorney General William Barr to investigate the UK, Australia and Ukraine for their roles in the `greatest hoax in the history of our country.`Speaking with reporters at the White House on Friday before his trip to Japan, Trump discussed his decision this week to issue a sweeping declassification order - leaving it in the hands of Barr to determine exactly what happened to Trump and his campaign before and after the 2016 US election. "For over a year, people have asked me to declassify. What I`ve done is declassified everything," said Trump, adding "He can look and I hope he looks at the UK and I hope he looks at Australia and I hope he looks at Ukraine."
13:12 [youtube/The Last American Vagabond] (E)
Welcome to The Daily Wrap Up, a concise show dedicated to bringing you the most relevant independent news, as we see it, from the last 24 hours.
23:28 [Dedefensa] (F)
Une réunion entre les chefs du groupe démocrate au Congrès (Chambre et Sénat) et Trump à la Maison-Blanche s’est conclue en trois minutes, dans des conditions catastrophiques d’affrontement. Trump a donc reçu Pelosi (Speaker de la Chambre), Schumer (président du groupe démocrate au Sénat) et d’autres démocrates, ne leur a pas serré la main et a déclaré qu’il n’y avait rien à négocier, que le Congrès devait “légiférer ou enquêter, mais pas les deux en même temps”.
21:33 [Strategic Culture Foundation] (E)
For the first time in over half a century, an American President has actually come out attacking the Military Industrial Complex. Of course, everyone knows of President Dwight D. Eisenhauer’s famous outgoing 1961 speech warning the world (and the incoming President Kennedy) what sort of monster had arisen at the heart of America’s defense institutions. Very little on the matter was said on the frightening topic by decades of political leaders who rose to prominence in the shadow of JFK’s corpse.
9:18 [Réseau International] (F)
Aux échecs du renseignement et aux évaluations politiques erronées sur la réalité vénézuélienne, à la rhétorique de guerre contre l’Iran, aux menaces contre le Mexique pour la crise migratoire et contre la Chine au milieu d’une guerre économique alors que la marine américaine a attaqué un navire nord-coréen, vient se joindre la crise constitutionnelle devant le refus du gouvernement de Trump de coopérer avec le Congrès et la résurgence du spectre d’un procès politique contre le président.
8:27 [Réseau International] (F)
Le sentiment qu’ils vivent dans « le meilleur pays du monde » est plus fort que dans n’importe quel autre pays, selon le projet YouGov-Cambridge Globalism, une enquête menée dans 23 pays et conçue en collaboration avec The Guardian. Cela fait deux ans que Donald Trump essaye de « rendre l’Amérique grande à nouveau », et il semble que le sentiment de grandeur et d’identité nord-américaine continue de croître par rapport aux autres nations.
15:28 [youtube/The Last American Vagabond] (E)
Welcome to The Daily Wrap Up, a concise show dedicated to bringing you the most relevant independent news, as we see it, from the last 24 hours.
18:23 [Zero Hedge] (E)
Former Attorney General Loretta Lynch accused former FBI Director James Comey of lying about whether she told him to refer to the Hillary Clinton email investigation as a "matter" instead of an investigation in a September 2015 meeting. While testifying last year at a closed-door House Oversight Committee hearing last June, Comey said Lynch had pressured him to minimize the significance of the Clinton email probe - an encounter which he says left him questioning her impartiality, and - along with Lynch`s clandestine tarmac meeting on a hot summer`s day in 2016 - contributed to his decision to hold a July 2016 press conference announcing the FBI`s conclusions.
18:22 [AlterNet] (E)
by Max Blumenthal - But you wouldn’t know it from reading most mainstream coverage of the revealing affair. When Congress authorized Robert Mueller and his team of lawyers to investigate “links and/or coordination between the Russian government and individuals associated with the campaign of President Donald Trump," opponents of the president sensed that sooner or later, hard evidence of Trump`s collusion with the Russian government would emerge Seven months later, after three indictments that did little, if anything, to confirm the grand collusion narrative, Mueller had former National Security Council advisor Michael Flynn dragged before a federal court for lying to the FBI. The Russia probe had finally netted a big fish.
8:42 [youtube/M Tracey] (E)
Tucker does a segment warning the Trump Administration against military entanglement with Iran. 5/14/2019
7:53 [Réseau International] (F)
Patrice-Hans Perrier, journaliste indépendant et libre-penseur, vient de perdre sa nouvelle chronique au sein du quotidien québécois Le Journal de Montréal. Motif de cette suspension : le principal intéressé aurait omis de déclarer certains faits d’armes au moment de présenter son offre de service à la haute direction de ce média mainstream. Ce géant de l’information peut compter sur un lectorat qui se rapproche du million en additionnant les internautes qui consultent l’édition montréalaise et celle de la ville de Québec. Cette décision prive Patrice-Hans Perrier d’une tribune qui lui aurait permis de faire percoler ses idées et prises de position auprès du plus grand nombre.