Archive for February, 2017

TBR News February 23, 2017

Feb 23 2017 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House 

Washington, D.C. February 23, 2017: “We will be out of the office until February 24. ed”

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  • Mosul offensive: Iraqi forces recapture airport in bid to retake city
  • Seven new Earth-like planets discovered around nearby star
  • Israeli malware can hack isolated computers by forcing their LED indicators to blink
  • Trump revokes Obama guidelines on transgender bathrooms
  • Mexico will not accept Trump’s immigration plans, says foreign minister
  • ‘You will be returned very quickly’: DHS secretary warns Guatemalans against illegal US entry
  • The trickle of refugees fleeing the U.S. to Canada could become a deluge in the spring
  • Israel and Its Role in 911
  • The U.S. NATO Alliance Has Been a One-Way Street for Too Long

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TBR News February 22, 2017

Feb 22 2017 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House 

Washington, D.C. February 22, 2017: “What do the Russians, the Chinese and Israel have in common?

They all spy very competently indeed on the United States.

The Chinese are interested in business secrets, the Russian in political and military secrets and the Israelis on everything they think they can use.

On the other hand, one American intelligence agency has bugged the Israeli embassy in Washington as well as other purportedly “secret” Israeli spy centers throughout the United States.

Our secrets flow to Tel Aviv and Fat Bibi the Cross Dresser and their secrets flow to us.

The only really effective methodology to keeping a secret is to tell no one, write no one, commit nothing to the computer and certainly never discuss anything one wishes to keep private on the telephone system.

Our FBI has the US Post Office scan all packages and mail so, while they don’t open your mail, the know to whom you are writing.

On the other hand, coded, confidential and secret FBI memos and reports are as easily read as a supermarket tabloid and about as accurate.”



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  • Merkel’s cabinet approves faster migrant deportations
  • New Trump immigration orders target nearly all illegal immigrants in US
  • How Peter Thiel’s Palantir Helped the NSA Spy on the Whole World
  • Why Do “Progressives” Like War?
  • Israel interferes in our politics all the time, and it’s never a scandal US Politics
  • Accurate medical diagnosis
  • How Israel became a leader in cyber security and surveillance
  • The Deep Rabbit Hole of Israel Spying on America
  • Israeli spies on America: An ongoing threat from a false friend

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TBR News February 21, 2017

Feb 21 2017 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House 

Washington, D.C. February 21, 2017: “Not experienced in the mechanics of professional politics, Donald Trump is making his way, slowly but surely, into his presidency. His latest choice of a National Security Advisor is an excellent one and it is noted that Trump has said one thing at public rallies but shows far more acumen in private. But the Bezos-owned Washington Post is still under the mistaken belief that they control American thought and have continued their unrelenting , and often entertaining, drumfire of negativity towards Trump. In days of yore, the Post was influential but public attention has shifted away and looks elsewhere for its news. Eventually, the major media will continued its sharp declines and then the Internet will be the main source of information. And the Internet is a fascinating mixture of fact, fiction and lunatic ramblings.”


WP Anti-Trump headlines for February 21


  • Trump prepares rollback of rules on climate, water pollution
  • Anti-vaccine movement is energized by Trump in the White House
  • What political expression is allowed in the Trump era? Federal workers aren’t sure.
  • Hundreds of protesters in D.C. march in opposition to Trump
  • I didn’t think I’d ever leave the CIA. But because of Trump, I quit.
  • The Trump White House is already cooking the books
  • After weekend of anti-Semitic acts, Hillary Clinton urges Trump to ‘speak out’
  • The Trump presidency exists in a bubble
  • Can Trump win over African Americans? This survey suggests there’s little chance.
  • Riots erupt in Sweden’s capital just days after Trump comments
  • Trump wasn’t a real CEO. No wonder his White House is disorganized.
  • How a Time magazine cover artist captured the chaos of the Trump presidency



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  • Iraqi Forces Begin Bitter Battle for Mosul in Effort to Destroy Isis
  • Trump taps Army Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster as his new national security adviser
  • Trump’s new warrior-scholar
  • Jewish headstones destroyed at mass vandalization of St Louis cemetery
  • Fourth Wave of Bomb Threats Targets 10 Jewish Community Centers in at Least Six U.S. States
  • Rioters set cars on fire, loot shops in Stockholm suburb
  • Sweden’s two year U-Turn: How Liberals’ refugee policy turned public AGAINST migrants
  • Muslim Rape Wave in Sweden
  • Thousands of spills at US oil and gas fracking sites
  • Russia overtakes Saudi Arabia as No. 1 crude producer
  • Long-winded speech could be early sign of Alzheimer’s disease, says study
  • ‘Sky rivers’ responsible for massive California rain – study

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TBR News February 20, 2017

Feb 20 2017 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House 

Washington, D.C. February 20, 2017:”Roosevelt’s role in the Pearl Harbor attack has been the subject of speculation even from the first. His opponents claimed that he deliberately pushed the Japanese into war to permit him to fight his archenemy, Adolf Hitler. His supporters have firmly denied this thesis and the multiplication of books, scholarly articles and media dramas seems to have no end.

Several valid points have been brought by Roosevelt partisans that deserve to be carefully considered. The first is concerned with American military intelligence work and deals, in the main, with the interceptions of Japanese coded messages. It has been fully acknowledged that the Japanese diplomatic code, called “Purple,” was broken by the Americans and consequently, all high-level diplomatic messages between Tokyo and Japanese diplomats throughout the world were being read almost as soon as they were sent. (The average translation took two days.)

The question of the Japanese Army and Navy operational codes was another matter. The American government has firmly denied for decades that such codes had even been broken or, if that had, were not translated until 1945! While nearly all of the “Purple” intercepts have been made public, only a very few of the coded Japanese Naval messages have appeared in print and then only concerning matters of no special significance.

The Japanese Pearl Harbor task force did not broadcast any messages during their passage to the Hawaiian Islands but Japanese Naval headquarters did send messages to the task force. What they may have consisted of are not known at present and perhaps will never be known, although the National Security Agency, holder of these documents, has stated that it will release the Naval intercepts (known as JN-25) at an unspecified future date.

The argument has been well made, specifically by Roberts Wohlstetter, that so much material was intercepted during the period just prior to the Japanese attack, that it was extremely difficult for American intelligence agencies to winnow out the wheat from the chaff. In retrospect, it is glaringly obvious that some kind of a Japanese attack was planned and in train, but the direction of this attack was lost in the muddle of complex and difficult-to-translate messages.

A further point well made is, had American military intelligence learned of a definite attack on Pearl Harbor, it would have been impossible to keep this a secret, given the number of translators and other military personnel who handled such intercepted messages. The army and navy of that period were small in size and most senior officers in both services knew each other well, having served together for many years. In the absence of any concrete evidence to support the receipt of Japanese military messages dealing with an attack on any specific American installation, it is not within the realm of belief that these senior officers would passively allow American military units to be attacked.

In response to this entirely valid postulation, it should be noted that the specific warning did not come to Roosevelt from below but on a parallel level and from a foreign intelligence source which was far better equipped to decode and translate the Japanese transmissions.

A second area of interest has been the possible motivation for Roosevelt’s increasing pressure on the Japanese, pressure which culminated in a stringent oil embargo that forced Japan into war. Diverse reasons are given for this, including a personal prejudice in favor of China stemming from his maternal grandfather’s highly lucrative opium and immigrant-smuggling operations to an intense hatred of Hitler in specific and Germans in general.

Both of these reasons for Roosevelt’s attitude are historically valid but in and of themselves do not explain the dangerous brinkmanship practiced by Roosevelt in his dealings with Japan. It is clearly evident from reading the intercepts of the Japanese diplomatic coded messages that Tokyo was not only not interested in pursuing war against the United States but was seriously engaged in attempting to defuse and dangerous situation whose accelerating progress caused them great alarm. Roosevelt and his advisers were fully aware of the ease with which they could achieve effective dialog with the Japanese government. All diplomatic approaches by Japan were rebuffed by Washington and as the diplomatic crisis deepened, the possibility of military action by Japan against the United States was very clearly evident in Washington.

The actual motivation behind the turning of the screw against Japan and the refusal on the part of Roosevelt to negotiate has been explored extensively in print but one of the most valid answers seems to lie clearly in the section of the intercepted communication dealing with the Soviet Union.

As much as Roosevelt wished to enter a war against Germany, he was constrained by Congress from conducting a personal war. A de facto war against Germany was in progress in the Atlantic where US naval units were engaged in open warfare with German U boats but Hitler would not rise to the bait and issue a unilateral declaration of war against the United States. For a time, Roosevelt was check in his ambitions.

With Hitler’s invasion of the Soviet Union in June 1941, Roosevelt’s aims shifted. He had very strong reasons for supporting Stalin in his epic struggle with the Wehrmacht. There were no forces available in Europe to effectively counter Hitler. France was defeated and England’s army was shattered and the island under siege. The British has been soundly beaten on the continent by German forces and in 1941, they had been chased out of Greece and Crete. England was in no position to support any kind of a serious military action against Germany and the US was still technically neutral.

Since the beginning of his presidency, Roosevelt had actively sought the support of the well-organized Communist party in the United States. This entity was especially numerous and effective in the state of New York, whose Governor he had once been, and by voting en bloc the Communists could and did swing major elections. Roosevelt’s administration was filled with Communists, both active and passive, who aggressively supported the programs of the New Deal. When the Hitler-Stalin pact was signed in 1939, many of these persons underwent serious conscience crises but in June 1941, when Hitler invaded Mother Russia, their collective angst was resolved and Stalin once more resumed his place as the exalted champion of the workers and peasants and the beau ideal of embittered intellectuals and academics throughout the world.

All of Roosevelt’s aims were addressed by his now permissible support of Stalin, However, the swift advances of the Wehrmacht into Russia and the massive losses in territory, manpower and material suffered by the Red Army caused great consternation in Washington and London. If, as it appeared in the autumn of 1941, Russia could collapse, the last major hope for the containment and destruction of Hitler and his country was gone.

The point of balance now shifted from European Russia to the Far East. The advance guard of the German Army was in front of Moscow and most of the Soviet Army was engaged in a protracted death struggle for the capital. There was an acute possibility that the Japanese, chronic enemies of Russia and putative allies of Germany, would take advantage of Stalin’s major preoccupations and fall onto his rear by invading his eastern provinces, an area extraordinarily difficult to supply as the Tsar’s generals had found out in 1904.

The hostility between the Japanese and the Russians culminated in the Russo-Japanese war which Russia lost. The public humiliation suffered by Russia was balanced by the elevation of Japan tom the status of a world power. The animosity between the two countries never abated and in July of 1938, an expansionist Japan, engaged in a savage war with the warlords of China, turned its attentions to Russia and attempted to seize land near the vital Soviet naval base at Vladivostok. The Soviets counterattacked and drove the Japanese back into their own territory. Undaunted, Japan attacked the Russians again in May 1939 and for four months a series of major battles were fought between the two countries. Finally, in late August, Soviet General Zhukov launched a powerful attack against the Japanese using nine divisions and 600 tanks. The Japanese were severely beaten and suffered a loss of 18,000 men and considerable aircraft.

Following this embarrassing defeat, there was a movement in the Japanese high command to prepare for war against the Soviet Union. Japanese plans for a full scale attack on Vladivostok were shown to Hitler by Baron Oshima, Japan’s pro-German ambassador as early as March 1941. Hitler discussed the probability of these attack with members of his military entourage throughout the balance of the year. The Matsuoka referred to in the Roosevelt-Churchill intercept was Yosuke Matsuoka, a hardline anti-Soviet who had been dropped from the cabinet in July 1941 to placate the Russians. His return to power was certainly not out of the questi

The major problem facing Roosevelt then is evident. Stalin was the lynchpin of the US-British policy. If Stalin fell, Hitler was certain to shatter Russia’s military establishment and this could not be allowed to happen. Roosevelt gave money to Stalin but could render no further assistance to the dictator without actually being at war with Germany. If the Japanese decided to a move against Stalin’s eastern territories, he would be fighting a two-front war and in all probability would be swiftly defeated.

Roosevelt’s most urgent necessity was to prevent Japan from making any military moves against Russia. By applying diplomatic and economic pressure against Japan, Roosevelt hoped to distract them from a Russian adventure and encourage them to move, if move they did, in the opposite direction. The American President was safe in promoting this course of action because the United States had very little invested in the Far East with the exception of a few mid-Pacific islands and the Philippines which were slated for independence in 1948.

The British, on the other hand, had a great deal invested in the Far East as Churchill pointed out. Roosevelt, who at that time held all the cards, brushed Churchill’s fear of loss of empire aside with the vague promise that lost territories could be recovered later. In actual fact, Roosevelt was a bitter opponent of the colonial systems extant at that time and had no intentions of giving any liberated former colonies back to their former masters.

After the outbreak of the Second World War, both Australia and New Zealand had been asked by Churchill to supply troops for duty in North Africa. When it became a possibility that Japan might engage in hostilities in the Pacific, Churchill sought an opinion from his military experts as to the effectiveness of using British military forces to defend British holdings in the Pacific. The resulting report was extremely negative and Churchill decided that it would be an impossibility to reinforce the great British naval base at Singapore or assist in the defense of either Australia or New Zealand against Japanese aggression. Neither of these countries were to be supplied with a copy of  report and his subsequent decision to write them off, but a copy was sent out to the military commander of Singapore. Unfortunately, this report was sent by sea on the SS Automedon which was captured by the German commerce raider Atlantis. The secret Churchill report was forwarded to both the Japanese government and to Berlin. The foreknowledge that Britain could not and would not defend her interests in the Pacific was obviously of great interest to the Japanese.

American pressure on Japan to prevent any attack on Russia is certainly the simplest answer to the complex welter of issues raised in the post-war years concerning the outbreak of the war in the Pacific. In reality, Roosevelt was completely successful in his matador’s movements to distract the Japanese bull. From a pragmatic point of view, he achieved his aims completely. There is no valid place in the compilation of history for moral issues. Morals and ethics are excellent norms but hardly effective techniques.

The British Prime Minister was a man who was the greatest loser in the general end game that represented the Second World War. Frantic to save what was left of the decaying British Empire, he lived to witness its economic and geopolitical destruction. Roosevelt was the posthumous winner if the post-war preeminence of the United States is taken into account. Hitler vanished from the stage and his replacement, Stalin, created a hollow empire which eventually imploded. The Japanese rebuilt their shattered factories and emerged from the charred rubble of their homes to become a powerful world economic force. Their code of Bushido has been transferred from the battlefield to the boardroom and with far more success than they had implementing their Greater East Asian Co-Prosperity Sphere.”



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  • The War Party Fights Back
  • Red Hysteria Engulfs Washington
  • Has the Art Market Become an Unwitting Partner in Crime?
  • The Silent Jew- An Open Letter
  • After seven years of bailouts, Greeks sink yet deeper in poverty
  • Things You Should’ve Learned By Middle Age
  • Your tax-dollars at work!
  • Trump names Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster as new national security adviser
  • Democrats, Liberals Catch McCarthyistic Fever

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TBR News February 19, 2017

Feb 19 2017 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House


Washington, D.C. February 19, 2017: “One of the most important factors in the progress of what passes for modern civilization is the possession, or control, of oil.

At one point, the U.S. produced oil but eventually the fields began to dry up.

We allied ourselves with the Saudis because they had a good deal of oil. Now, the balance has shifted. Russia has oil. A number of Shi’ite countries have oil. Russia has made alliances with Iran, the part of Iraq that has oil and Syria which not only has oil but also ports on the Mediterranean.

America planners are annoyed at this situation.

The U.S. tried to get Russian oil when their man, Yeltsin, was persuaded to de-nationalize Russian oil and offer it for sale.

A group of gangsters, backed by Western oil companies, bought up all the Russian oil assets but were then blocked by the new Russian president, Putin.

The Saudis started IS but are now out of money and running out of oil. That means that the Saudis will no longer be our allies and the balance of power will certainly shift.

The U.S. cannot stand a rival that has its hands on oil so look for the captive press to scream about the rise of another evil empire, one that will need an increase in taxes and military spending to keep America safe from the evil ones and keep her cars on the road.

Fortunately, the press has shot itself in the foot and is no longer the powerful moving factor it once was in American domestic political control.

And when the Saudis run out of oil, we will have to either nuke Russia and steal the oil or try to deal with them.

This might be difficult, given the hate propaganda the oligarchs have generated but in business, what makes money is what is the most important.”

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  • New U.S. travel ban to spare green card holders: Trump official
  • Bill Gates: Bioterrorism could kill more than nuclear war — but no one is ready to deal with it
  • Meet the U.S. Nonprofit That Funds the Israeli Guards Who Terrorize Palestinians
  • Four NATO Nations Would Pick Russia to Defend Them If Threatened: Poll
  • Tentative ceasefire agreed for eastern Ukraine
  • Donald Trump savages media at Florida rally
  • Mass exodus of Polish army’s top ranks in protest over political interference from government
  • Trump administration to expand groups of immigrants to be deported: documents
  • TWA Flight 800: A microcosm of how fantasy is presented as fact
  • Crowding into the behavioral sink: John Calhoun and the rats

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TBR News February 18, 2017

Feb 18 2017 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C. February 18, 2017: “One of the most prolific of the anti-Trump mainline news media is the Washington Post.

At one time, the Post was a powerful national influence on the American political scene but with the advent of the Internet and its presentation of a wide spectrum of genuine news, the Post, and its equal, the New York Times have rapidly lost both influence and paid subscribers.

The Post was bought by Jeff Bezos, a wealthy owner of Amazon and who, after purchasing the Post from the Graham family, got a multi-million dollar contract to work with the CIA.

Between Bezos and Soros, the media has been doing its best to wreck the presidency of Donald Trump.

Why are they interested in so disrupting the American political and social scene?

Trump is a loose cannon in their minds because he is popular with a very large segment of the American public.

The economic oligarchs who basically run the American political institutions do not like Trump because they cannot buy him.

We have gathered together a number of interesting, published, articles concerning some of this and in general, the Post and the Times are only shrill voices crying in the wilderness.

If this obvious deliberate attempt to force the legally elected Trump to resign continues, they are making a very serious error, one that could eventually ruin them.”


Table of Contents

  • Major Washington Post anti-Trump stories in their February 17, 2017 edition
  • Legal action against the Washington Post
  • Jeff Bezos Is Doing Huge Business with the CIA, While Keeping His Washington Post Readers in the Dark
  • Amazon, ‘The Washington Post’ and That $600 MIllion CIA Contract
  • Trump anti-leak drive could prompt prosecutions
  • Why Does Congress Accept Perpetual Wars?
  • Stop foreign cheating: Trump vows penalties for companies that outsource American jobs
  • How many illegal aliens reside in the United States?
  • Kiev Fights for Loyalty in Eastern Ukraine
  • California ‘bombogenesis’, biggest storm in years, kills two

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TBR News February 17, 2017

Feb 17 2017 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C. February 17, 2017: “The individuals and agencies that have been running the United States for years have run into a roadblock with President Trump.

Used to being able to totally dictate American domestic and foreign policies, these oligarchs, through their control of the media, do as they please and then inform the President of their actions.

Generally, the President, who knows little or nothing of the manipulations in progress, goes along with whatever scheme or deed is laid before him and the agencies and individuals prosper, mostly on tax-payers money.

And in the case of President Trump, the incessant, ludicrous and often pathetic articles about him the almost all of the major media will only serve to polarize the public and lead to serious domestic problems.

That eventually these will erupt and turn against the oligarchy has not occurred to them and they go on their way, assured that even though they lost the last election, they can destroy the winner and refresh themselves at the spring of the money pouring in from the unsuspecting and gulled.”


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  • As Leaks Multiply, Fears of a ‘Deep State’ in America
  • Between a Rock and a Hard Place
  • More About Russia and Less About Flynn?
  • George Soros’ Cunning Plan To Turn Trump Deregulatory Agenda Against Him
  • ‘Indivisible,’ With Ties to George Soros, Sows Division Against Trump, GOP Lawmakers
  • German Intel Clears Russia on Interference
  • Record number of Palestinian homes destroyed by Israel in 2016 – rights group
  • Sea ice at record low in Arctic and Antarctic
  • Robotic Ripoffs
  • German regulator tells parents to destroy ‘spy’ doll Cayla
  • Under police probe, Israel’s Netanyahu leaves helm of communications ministry

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TBR News February 15, 2017

Feb 16 2017 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House 

Washington, D.C. February 16, 2017: “The election of Donald Trump to the Presidency has caused shock and outrage to the economic oligarchs who basically control the United States.

They might not have liked Hillary Clinton but at least she was a known, and usable, factor.

Trump is crashing around in the political and economic bean field, knocking over bean poles and frightening the oligarchs.

Left-wing supporters of the oligarchs, like George Soros, hate him and these people, using their wholly-owned and influenced media, are constantly attacking Trump’s every move.

Established bureaucracies like the Pentagon and the CIA are maliciously releasing negative material about Trump and even a child can see focused hatred in the daily drum-fire of anti-Trump articles in all the press.

There are, however, many millions who support Trump and who voted for him and all this negativity will do will be to polarize the same voters and soon the country will consist of two armed camps.

Pro-Trump and anti-Trump.

And ‘armed’ is quite true. The American public is the most heavily armed one on the planet and if the nay-sayers continue their campaign of sabotage and hatred, they will discover some very ugly realities indeed.”


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  • ‘Deadliest yet’: San Francisco-area quake faults found to be connected, massive destruction looms
  • ‘Deadliest yet’: San Francisco-area quake faults found to be connected, massive destruction looms Part II
  • Anti-Muslim hate groups nearly triple in US since last year, report finds
  • Millions of UK families on brink of poverty, report from leading think tank finds
  • The Root Causes of the Mid-East Conflicts
  • Apocalypse soon
  • Mr. President, take the money you give Israel and run
  • Pentagon Video Warns of “Unavoidable” Dystopian Future for World’s Biggest Cities
  • The Crowd: A Study of the Popular Mind by Gustav LeBon

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TBR News February 15, 2017

Feb 15 2017 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House 

Washington, D.C. February 15, 2017: ” I see that Fat Bibi, the cross-dresser, is waddling around Washington, no doubt trying his best to convince the Beltway frauds why they should immediately have American military might flood the Mid-East and destroy all of Israeli enemies. Since that would encompass the entire Mid-East (and  many other areas) our brave boys would be engaged in Glorious Liberation Efforts for the next ten years. Israel is the Spanish Fly in the ointment of peace and harmony and has been since 1948. They have killed and dispossessed countless Palestinians and used as an excuse for their murderous onslaughts, that they are the original occupants of Palestine and have a right to destroy anyone in their way. In point of fact, 95% of the current Israeli population is Ashkenazi which means their ancestors had nothing to do with Palestine.”

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  • Two Uninspiring Choices
  • Trump assails U.S. intelligence agencies amid questions over Russia
  • Trump asks Netanyahu to hold off on settlements, avoids endorsing two-state solution
  • New Declassified CIA Memo Presents Blueprint for Syrian Regime Collapse
  • ‘Our land’: Russia tells US that Crimea won’t be ‘given back’ to Ukraine
  • Finding feelings: Intelligence agency lines up new tool for rooting out insider threats
  • Germany emphasizes importance of two-state solution
  • Treachery in a bad name
  • Palestinians in East Jerusalem battle for their homes
  • NATO allies must pay more or US will ‘moderate its commitment’: Mattis
  • Munich Security Report: Here comes the apocalypse

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TBR News February 14, 2017

Feb 14 2017 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C. February 14, 2017: “A reader asked us why we use RT (Russia Today) as a news source because ‘everyone knows RT is Russian propaganda.’

Of course RT is owned by the Russian government and would be expected to put Russian agendas first.

But the New York Times and the Washington Post are firmly in the pocket of the CIA and the British Guardian prints whatever official Washington wants along with moving stories about the Negro of the Week.

RT practices good journalism, state-owned or not, and on the front page of the two formerly respectable American papers, we can see such stories as a heart wrenching story about a Syrian trans-sexual hunchback that was denied entrance to the US only because of a contagious skin disease or a thrilling notice that a new pizza restaurant was opening in what was once a morgue.

Once mighty and a molder of public opinion, the American print media and their pathetic internet sites have descended, rapidly, to the level of a weekly news sheet from Buffalo Breath, a tiny town in Montana.

‘Cow loose on highway!’ and ‘Marvin Flab weds Nancy Wigglemeier’ headlines on the front pages of these catbox liners ape the bigger newspapers.

RT is a decent site and so also is Antiwar in the US.

And in that country, YouTube is very popular because many Americans are illiterate and like watching pictures while drinking beer with such evocative names as ‘Ruptured Pelican’ or ‘Slimy Frog’ and which tastes like carbonated defrost.”


Table of Contents

  • Over 680 arrested in U.S. immigration raids; rights groups alarmed
  • Trump says U.S. will deal ‘very strongly’ with North Korea after missile test
  • In Shadow of California Dam, Water Turns From Wish to Woe
  • Authorities ignored California dam warning for 12 years, say environmentalists
  • Remote Viewing: A New World! And a Scientology-based con job
  • Expanding settlements ‘absolute provocation‘ — Erdogan
  • Armyworm pests invade southern Africa ‘like one of the 10 plagues of the Bible’
  • Zimbabwe hosts emergency meeting on armyworm infestation
  • America Third
  • Truth is the first casualty of the propagandist.
  • Interesting and entertaining new bumperstickers

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