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TBR News April 30, 2016

Apr 30 2016 Published by under Uncategorized

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Washington, D.C. April 30, 2016: “For every action there is a reaction. Government snoopers can, and do, pry into every aspect of American’s private lives. The FBI scans all domestic first class mail, every computer is vulnerable, every telephone conversation laid bare, all medical records can be read and on and on. But for this action, or series of actions, there are reactions. A new program has been designed to deal with anyone breaking into a private computer. The program puts a virus into the computer, a virus that is harmless in normal use but let another system break into it and the virus obliterates the intruder’s computer, wiping out files and rendering the computer utterly useless. And even more satisfying, if the intruder’s system is interfacing at the time, other computers are fried immediately. This system is easily available through the so-called “Dark Internet” and has been selling very well, not only in the United States but in other countries as well. Action and reaction.” Continue Reading »

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TBR News April 29, 2016

Apr 29 2016 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C. April 29, 2016: “The growing illiteracy of the American public, aided by a decaying and grossly incompetent public educational system, coupled with various computer-based systems, bodes ill for society in general. These systems draw more and more into their nets and by doing so, make it very, very easy for governmental surveillance systems to keep its eyes on the citizenry, to watch their every move and study their daily activities without even leaving their offices. That this trend is deliberate is without a doubt and the so-called ‘social networks’ are a boon to what the agencies hope is the ability to watch each and every citizen, from age nine upwards. The government wants no more civil defiance such as it experienced during the Vietnam war and wants to identify, and crush, any person or any movement it deems threatening to whatever plans it wishes to implement. ”Won’t you come into my parlor? said the Spider to the Fly…” Continue Reading »

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TBR News April 28, 2016

Apr 28 2016 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C. April 28, 2016: “Having failed of their object in the Ukraine, the CIA persuaded the Turks to shoot down a Russian plane because the aerial attacks had disrupted and ruined the heavy flow of IS-captured Syrian oil to Turkey and onwards to the US. Also, since the CIA was arming and training the Saudi-based IS people, the aerial attacks were killing their agents. They assured Ankara that if they attacked the Russians, NATO would come to their rescue and Turkey would triumph over an old enemy, and a destroyed of the sacred oil. As usual with CIA plans, the plan did not work and Russian sanctions on Turkey have done terrible damage to the Turkish economy. What will the CIA come up with next? No doubt their top echelon of planners is meeting even as I write in their secret headquarters in one of the back wards of St. Elisabeths’ Fun House.” Continue Reading »

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TBR News April 27, 2016

Apr 27 2016 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House

 

Washington, D.C. April 27, 2016: “Some form of religion has always been with humans, from the beginnings when cavemen pointed in awe at a bright comet in the night sky. The original Christian religion was Roman Catholic, followed very quickly by Eastern Orthodox and these congregations remained fairly steady until Luther launched his Reformation. After this there were great flowerings, and later witherings, of a multitude of cults which reached its peak in the late nineteenth century. The more strident of the cults moved into the political sphere, seeking to gain control over it and force the general public to follow their own dictates, no matter how obnoxious or unrealistic these might appear. This grabbing for power peaked during the reign of the obnoxious and badly flawed George W. Bush and after his welcome departure from the Presidency, the surge upwards stopped and began the long slide into oblivion. Christianity is, in fact, a dying religion. And what will replace it? Perhaps a resurrection of the Egyptian cult of Aten or the Roman Mithras cult, both of whom worshipped the sun.” Continue Reading »

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TBR News April 26, 2016

Apr 26 2016 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House

 

Washington, D.C. April 26, 2016: “The proliferation of conspiracy theories has so clogged the Internet, that truth, whatever that might be, has been virtually obliterated. It is a favorite governmental game to create a flood of weird and often conflicting theories to cover up their daily multitude of unacceptable activities such as the CIA’s murders of many international leaders and personalities they personally deem unacceptable. If an historical author compiled a list of CIA assassinations, character poisonings, revolts, slaughters, tortures and other events, the printings would rival the Encyclopedia Britannica in size. Here, for instance, is an accurate, but unacceptable, analysis of a religious figure whose popularity has been steadily waning over the last few decades. Could articles like this be the reason or are the Brilliant Millennials too busy text-messaging or searching the markets for Gluten-free shoe polish to bother with truth?” Continue Reading »

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TBR News April 25, 2016

Apr 25 2016 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C. April 25, 2016: “One of our contributors send in a manuscript for consideration. It is an exact translation of a report prepared by a German police official in 1941 and is concerned with the killing of Jews in the Baltic states after the German occupation. Historical revisionists now claim that the killing of Jews never happened and that reports concerning this mass killing are all post-war inventions. Throughout history, we see similar slaughters. Turks killing Armenians, Japanese killing Chinese, Americans killing Indians, Israelis killing Palestinians are examples. Current Germans would like to forget this, and Turks would like to do it again. Butchery of perceived enemies is not restricted by time or nation. And this is an actual report, one of many that exist. Later, after the war, many of the SD Einsatzgruppen personnel concerned in these reports were taken over by the Gehlen Org. This originally was under the control of the U.S. Army but in 1948, control passed to the CIA and was run by Colonel James Critchfield. They were headquartered at Pullach, outside of Munich, and later became the German BND.” Continue Reading »

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TBR News April 24, 2016

Apr 24 2016 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C. April 24, 2016: “In this edition, we are including the well-known Bunche Report. This is a special report made by UN personnel to Ralph Bunche who was taking over UN duties in embattled Palestine after the murder, by Zionists of Folke Bernadotte. Many have found this report informative while others are infuriated by its implications. Whatever view a reader might have, all of the events listed have checked out with period happenings and all are very accurate.” Continue Reading »

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TBR News April 23, 2016

Apr 23 2016 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C. April 23, 2016:” The establishments do not like the Internet because it is very difficult to control the information contained on it. Their main method of control is to confuse and not inform. News stories are planted, their paid commentators comment on the planted stories and real and important information is covered up by these creative writings. For instance, the ‘Panama papers’ were compiled to attack persons and institutions that a certain US government agency disliked and wished to discredit. When the operation, clumsy as usual and unsubtle in the extreme, began to get the wrong kind of reception, the media quickly dropped mention of it. And some reporters, not paid or controlled by outside interests, began to ask the wrong kind of questions, there was a mixture of silence and loud defense evident. Someone once said, with great accuracy, “Once a newspaper man, always a whore.” Continue Reading »

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TBR News April 22, 2016

Apr 22 2016 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C. April 22, 2016:”One of America’s intelligence agencies has bugged the Israeli Embassy in Washington. Incoming, outgoing phone calls, faxes, computer messaging, cell phone conversations, and even conversations are captured and recorded. Here is an interesting conversation that is typical. And when Fat Bibi was in the Embassy once, he referred to President Obama as a ‘South Side Nigger’ and this, when reported, did not please the President

Transcription of telephone conversation on August 3, 2006

from

Israeli Embassy, Washington D.C. Telephone Number (202) 364-5582.

to

unidentified individual at AIPAC, Washington D.C., Telephone Number (202) 639-5201

Commenced 1821 hrs, concluded 1826 hrs.

Speaker A: Reuven Azar – Counselor for Political Affairs, Embassy of Israel

Speaker B: Unidentified individual located at AIPAC headquarters

  1. Well, things are going as well as expected, better perhaps than expected. There is military progress there (Lebanon) and we have wonderful cooperation here.
  2. For sure, but don’t forget the dangers in having too much cooperation. All right for this moment but in the long run, this can certainly backfire on us. You know, we are seen as being too much influential with the Bush people.
  3. I wouldn’t worry too much about that. The media is certainly not to worry about and most Americans really do not care about things there (Lebanon) The main point is that by the time the U.S. makes itself felt at the UN, we will have accomplished our goals and established the buffer we need.
  4. Absolutely but…there is still the future to think about.
  5. Who cares? Once we establish the buffer, the rest is just shit. It will all be hidden soon in the coming press reports of Arab ‘attacks’ on the U.S. This is for the voting in November. You know, ‘many Arab groups will for sure attack American targets.’ They (the U.S. Government) will choose so-called target areas where they need the most support. We don’t need to worry about Miami, Skokie or Beverly Hills after all. (Laughter) and this is a little crude but the public here is terribly stupid and the warning color days worked before, didn’t they?
  6. Yes, but there are second thoughts on all of that. If you go to the well too often, there are problems. People lose interest.
  7. The British are being such swine about this, aren’t they? They are causing trouble about the bombs these days.
  8. Just a few troublemakers. The press here does not cover that and who reads the foreign media? Most Americans can’t read anyway. But there is danger that the U.N. might be motivated to move a peace keeping force into Lebanon and this might negate our purposes. Hesbollah must be utterly wiped out and Syria must be made to realize…with force if necessary…that it cannot supply the terrorists with more Iranian rockets. Maybe an accidental airstrike on Syrian military units could say to them to mind their own business. We have done this before.
  9. It is too bad that we cannot teach Tehran a lesson. The ultimate goal would be to have America attack Iran but I am afraid the American military is dead set against this…
  10. They are all Jew-haters up there.
  11. For sure but we know that Americans can bomb the shit out of Tehran and hopefully kill off a number of the militants, probably disrupt their atomic program and teach all of the area that the U.S. means business. We support them, they support us. But they cannot send in ground troops and if we did that, our losses would not be borne at home. As it is, there are the usual malcontents bleating about the Lebanon business.
  12. They are just afraid they will get a rocket on their house and there are the same ones here. The Lieberman business is not that good, after all. Yes, of course he is a liberal Democrat but his support of us is too obvious. He could be a little critical too. We see the Bush people doing this, just to keep the people quiet. Yes, they say, see, we too are actually critical of Israel….
  13. But not too critical, right?
  14. No, never that. Too many pictures of dead jerks for example. We need to see more pictures of grieving Israelis, mourning lost sons and children. Can’t we get more of those? Fuck the Arabs.
  15. I feel sorry for the American media. Their instincts are to defend dead Arab children…
  16. But nits make lice, don’t they? Who mourns dead Israeli children?
  17. I’m sure there would be more on this but not enough children are dead.
  18. Not yet, anyway. But if they rocket Tel Aviv…
  19. Well, then, for sure.
  20. We should have pictures all ready if that happens. Do you think it will?
  21. Tehran directs that part of the business. We don’t have as much inside gen on them there…
  22. The fucking Russians are on their side.
  23. We have always had trouble with those Slavic pricks. First weapons…
  24. The Chinese assholes also do this, don’t forget.
  25. No one around here will forget that, be assured. The time will come when we get them too. Say we cut off their oil from the Gulf? What then? They will dance to our tunes then, not Tehran’s.
  26. If we had oil…
  27. But we do not. The filthy Putin has the oil. They should get rid of him while they are at it. Our people almost had it but he forced them out.
  28. They can always come back. The people here would really support this. We put our people back in after we get rid of Putin and then a guaranteed flow of oil to America.
  29. And Russia is off the chessboard too.
  30. They all want that badly here, too. Cheney is the strongest supporter of cutting the nuts off of Russia. The military here are against fishing in troubled waters.
  31. They can’t be replaced, Bush can’t sack them all.
  32. Set an example. Sack a few more of the assholes and the rest will shut up. They always do. So, send me your latest list and I’ll see what I can do here.

A .Send someone to pick it up. The mail here is awful. It will take a week if some black doesn’t  steal    it, throw it away or wipe his ass with it.

  1. Tomorrow for sure.
  2. OK. And one other matter. We feel very strongly that if the current people get kicked out in November, as it looks like they might, we owe them to help them stay right where they are. It has taken a long time and much money to get all the ducks lined up and we don’t want to have to start in again. We can generally rely on sympathy from the Democrats but they will not support any more military ventures over there. That’s for sure.
  3. Then what do you suggest?
  4. The terrorism card works wonders. We were going to release a statement that Arabs were going to attack an El Al plane on takeoff, with rockets….
  5. Probably leftovers from the CIA businesses in Afghanistan.
  6. Let’s not get into that now. But this scare would only affect flights to Israel and we don’t think it would have any impact on the election.
  7. Well then, why not have these attacks aimed at American aircraft? Where would they attack from?
  8. Say at the perimeter fence lines at airports. Or better still, why not a plan cooked up to smuggle explosives on board transatlantic flights to or from America? Something clever that will catch the public imagination….
  9. That stupid bomb in the shoe routine?
  10. Don’t knock it. It worked, didn’t it? We can always find some suckers with a bent to this we can fill up with real enthusiasm and then turn them in, complete with plans. They actually believe they are going to paradise and fuck virgins and we have another propaganda coup. Let’s give this some effort. You know, a terrified public will not want to change horses in mid stream. So far, the Rove people have a good line: If you’re against the Republicans, you’re encouraging the evil terrorists sthick.
  11. Well, they did that with the alert warnings and it worked…more or less.
  12. Face it, they aren’t too bright here. They ran it into the ground, had to fire Ridge and Ashcroft, one of our very best friends ever, and put those things on ice. They need to discover a huge plot but in America. You know, as you said, infiltrate a group of crazies, plant things on them, call the FBI…
  13. Oh, they do that themselves. That business in Florida was pathetic…
  14. But it worked, didn’t it?
  15. For about ten minutes at six o’clock for about three days.
  16. Well, think about it and get back to me.
  17. Right.
  18. What’s the situation with your two people? Are they going to be tried or not?
  19. Probably not, as far as the Bush people are concerned. But it is up to the courts and we are very careful not to fuck with them. They are expected to have the charges thrown out soon…
  20. Well, I’ll pray for them. I have to go now so I’ll get back to you later. Don’t forget to send someone for the list
  21. OK.

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TBR News April 21, 2016

Apr 21 2016 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C. April 21, 2016:” See how quickly our once-friendly ally, Saudi Arabia is turning against us. Why for years, we have been spending huge money with them, buying their oil but now that the Saudis have funded ISIS, made guerrilla war in the Mid-East, and worse, are running out of oil, the US is looking elsewhere for oil. They would not approach oil-rich Russia because the neo-cons would not approve of this. Since most of the neo-cons are Jewish and since most Jews detest Russia (where they had been viciously persecuted by the Tsars for centuries) the administration admonishes and sanctions Russia over the Crimea. Why when Russia regained its former province, the US lost a naval base and even more important, the rich pickings of the Crimean off-shore oil fields.”   Continue Reading »

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