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TBR News August 11, 2017

Aug 11 2017 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C., August 10, 2017:” Here is a translated, direct quote from a German intelligence secret briefing on political and economic problems in the United States that is circulating, privately, throughout selected recipients on the Internet:

’ A small number of extremely wealthy men control and operate all of the major American print and television media.

Each of the few very powerful, rich men have their own reasons for deciding what qualifies as news.

But the public in America now gets its news, without cost, from various internet sites and the circulation number of major print news has dropped dramatically. This has forced the internet editions of the print news media to erect what they call “paywalls.” This permits a very limited number of articles to be read or downloaded before the system demands money for the use of additional material.

The major print media in America is faced with imminent bankruptcy and are making frantic efforts at attempts to prevent free news sites from being aired on the internet.’”

Table of Contents

  • What Are We To Believe?
  • Any new Korean war could quickly escalate to catastrophe
  • North Korea: Angela Merkel sees no military solution
  • Donald Trump’s nuclear fixation – from the 1980s to now
  • Is the American Empire Worth the Price?
  • ‘Deep state’ memo that rattled McMaster’s National Security Council finally released
  • ‘Nazis, Spies and Terrorists’: Can the German-Turkish Relationship Be Saved?
  • The Browning Version: An Examination of Sources

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TBR News August 10, 2017

Aug 10 2017 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C., August 10, 2017:”It is long known in American, and foreign, intelligence circles, that the sole reason the United States maintains a military presence in Afghanistan is because of the huge and very profitable opium fields located there.

American interests, mostly CIA, have been involved in the drug business for decades and the financial rewards from the raw opium are far too much to abandon.

So what if many soldiers are killed or maimed?

So what if civilians are slaughtered in droves?

What matters is that the raw opium share the American secret police gets is not in any way interdicted.

There is no other logical reason for the American military to be in that remote and primitive country.

They have no oil but they do have opium.

Opium, refined, (in Columbia) makes heroin and heroin makes money.

And in our sanctified government, money calls for deep pockets.

It was said, in jest, that last winter it was so cold in Washington that a Senator was seen with his hands in his own pockets.

Always look for the truth in the jest.”

 

Table of Contents

  • The Madman With Nuclear Weapons is Donald Trump, Not Kim Jong-un
  • China seethes on sidelines amid latest North Korea crisis
  • Privatize the Afghan War?
  • North Korea: Donald Trump’s threats ‘load of nonsense’
  • CIA CouchPotato tool ‘captures video stream images remotely’ – WikiLeaks
  • The Sea Level Did, in Fact, Rise Faster in the Southeast U.S.
  • Hillary’s Plea Bargain
  • Is the Queer Brigade Fighting ISIS in Syria a Force for Liberation or Alienation?
  • Can the Pentagon Win When Putsch Comes to Shove?
  • The Great Con Job: General Gehlen, The U.S. Army, the CIA and the BND

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TBR News August 9, 2017

Aug 09 2017 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C., August 9, 2017:”Today, long articles. The first one is an important analysis of incipient, and dangerous, social decay in modern America and, if nothing else, to be read with consideration. The news, as reported on the Internet, is either a great deal or almost nothing. Will the US nuke North Korea? Who knows? Trump says one thing and does another. The PRC is not pro-American but they do not want a North Korean-instigated war on their borders. The North Koreans pay no attention to repeated attempts on the part of Beijing to calm troubled waters and eventually, China will tell the US (in private) to do as they wish about the missile threats. Most serious international situations are resolved, or exacerbated, in private conversation behind closed doors.”

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  • How the elites use white supremacy in the age of Trump
  • FBI raided former Trump campaign manager Manafort’s home in July
  • Sphere of Influence: How American Libertarians Are Remaking Latin American Politics
  • The Empire Strikes Back: with destructive and dishonest neocolonialism
  • The Bolshevik Coup d’Etat and Trotsky’s tactics

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TBR News August 8, 2017

Aug 08 2017 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C., August 8, 2017:” The raging infighting inside the Beltway between agencies competing fiercely for tax dollars is starting emerge into public view. The pro-establishment papers like the Washington Post and the New York Times are screaming at Trump and doing their best to try to poison public opinion that they are losing subscribers in record number. Trump is thwarted at every turn and because he has no political experience, he has no effective response. If he cannot govern effectively, neither can the warring agencies and the opposing political entrenched entities. Eventually, an outraged public will turn on everyone involved and, like California, the states will break away from the Union, or attempt to. If the California movement to withdraw from the United States wins at their upcoming elections, the US Army will have another country to invade and subjugate.”

 

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  • Jeff Sessions and the Alabama Watergate
  • More Evidence That Jeff Sessions’ Cannabis Crackdown May Never Materialize
  • Turkey’s Erdogan claims Germany abetting terrorists
  • Japan defense review: North Korea threats enter new stage
  • Europe needs to fend off expensive American gas – German energy major
  • Slouching Toward Mar-a-Lago
  • Washington Post Circulation Drops 37 Percent Since 2009, States DCRTV
  • What is behind Israel’s attempt to ban Al Jazeera?
  • The conservatives turning against Donald Trump
  • Early CIA History-Frank Gardiner Wisner
  • Have Smartphones Destroyed a Generation?

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TBR News August 7, 2017

Aug 07 2017 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C., August 7, 2017:” “Prior to the event of printed, and later television, media, it was not difficult for the world’s power elites and the governments they controlled, to see that unwelcome and potentially dangerous information never reached the masses of people under their control. Most of the general public in more distant times were completely illiterate and received their news from their local priest of from occasional gossip from travelers. The admixture of kings, princes and clergy had an iron control over what their subjects could, or could not, hear. During the Middle Ages, and even into the more liberal Renaissance, universities were viewed with suspicion and those who taught, or otherwise expresses, concepts that were anathema to the concept of feudalism were wither killed outright or permanently banished. Too-liberal priests were silenced by similar methods. If Papal orders for silence were not followed, priests could, and were, put to the torch as an example for other to note.

However, with the advent of the printing press and a growing literacy in the population, the question of informational control was less certain and with the growing movements in Europe and the American colonies for less restriction and more public expression, the power elites found it necessary to find the means to prevent unpleasant information from being proclaimed throughout their lands and unto all the inhabitants thereof.

The power elites realized that if they could not entirely prevent inconvenient, and often dangerous, facts from emerging and threatening their authority and control, their best course was not censorship but to find and develop the means to control the presentation and publication of what which they wished to keep entirely secret.

The first method was to block or otherwise prevent the release of dangerous material by claiming that such material was a matter of vital state security and as such, strictly to be controlled in the public interest. This, in short, was not only for the protection of the public but also for their continued security.

The second method was, and has been, to put forth deliberate disinformation that so distorts and confuses actual facts as to befuddle a public they see as easily controlled, naïve and gullible.

The mainstream American media, which theoretically once was a balance against governmental corruption and abuse of power, quickly became little more than a mouthpiece for the same government they were supposed to report on.

In the latter part of the nineteenth century, most American newspapers were little better than Rupert Murdoch’s modern tabloids, full of sound and fury and signifying nothing, but during the First World War, President Woodrow Wilson used the American entry into the European war as an excuse for clamping iron controls upon the American public. Aside from setting up dictates over food distribution, the railroads, much industry involved in war production, he also established a powerful propaganda machine coupled with a national informant system that guaranteed his personal and abiding control, In 1918, citing national security, Wilson arrested and imprisoned critical news reporters and threatened to shut down their papers.

Wilson, as a wartime president, set clear precedents that resonated very loudly with those who read, and understood, history and its realities.”

 

Table of Contents

  • Saudi Arabia Corruption Report
  • Fire McMaster
  • Scale of media leaks against Trump indicates US Deep State coup agenda
  • How Do Chicago Police Treat Mental Health? With SWAT Raids
  • After military shake-up, Erdogan says Turkey to tackle Kurds in Syria
  • North Korea refuses to stop nuclear weapon development, threatens US over sanctions
  • As Netanyahu Investigators Close In, Some Ask: How Long Can He Hold On?
  • Military Justice Manifested
  • These Are the Technology Firms Lining Up to Build Trump’s “Extreme Vetting” Program

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TBR News August 6, 2017

Aug 06 2017 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C., August 6 , 2017:” Global warming has raised global sea level about 8 inches since 1880, and the rate of rise is accelerating.

Rising seas dramatically increase the odds of damaging floods from storm surges.

A Climate Central analysis finds the odds of “century” or worse floods occurring  are on track to double or more, over widespread areas of the U.S.

These increases threaten an enormous amount of damage. Across the country, nearly 5 million people live in 2.6 million homes at less than 4 feet above high tide — a level lower than the century flood line for most locations analyzed. And compounding this risk, scientists expect roughly a 2 to 7 more feet of sea level rise within the next seven to ten years.

More than half of the area of 40 large cities (population over 50,000) is less than 10 feet above the high tide line, from Virginia Beach and Miami (the largest affected), down to Hoboken, N.J. (smallest). Twenty-seven of the cities are in Florida, where one-third of all current housing sits below the critical line — including 85 percent in Miami-Dade and Broward counties. Each of these counties is more threatened than any whole state outside of Florida – and each sits on bedrock filled with holes, rendering defense by seawalls or levees almost impossible.

By the metric of most people living on land less than 10 ft above the high tide line, New York City is most threatened in the long run, with a low-lying population count of more than 700,000. Sixteen other cities, including New Orleans, La.; Norfolk, Va.; Stockton, Calif.; Boston, Mass.; St. Petersburg, Fla.; and Jacksonville, Fla.; are on the list of places with more than 100,000 people below the line. (Much of New Orleans is already below sea level, but is protected, but only at today’s levels, by levees.)”

Table of Contents

  • Rise of the machines
  • ‘Nissan, you made us mad’: union promises to fight Mississippi defeat
  • Syrian army pushes IS out of last stronghold in Homs
  • U.S. Justice Department not looking to charge journalists for leaks: official
  • Department of Defense Domestic Military Order – Counterinsurgency Overview
  • Israel moves to shut down local operations of Al-Jazeera
  • Plans Underway for Construction of Third Temple in Jerusalem

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TBR News August 5, 2017

Aug 05 2017 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C., August 5 , 2017: “MERS claims to be a privately-held company and their function is keeping track of a confidential electronic registry of mortgages and the modifications to servicing rights and ownership of the loans.  However, if you dig deeper into MERS and their shareholders you will find the same crony bankers that have led our economy off the financial cliff.  Shareholders include AIG, Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, WaMu, CitiMortgage, Countrywide, GMAC, Guaranty Bank, and Merrill Lynch.  It is a stunner how these same players show up in every financial war we have been dealing with.

MERS was founded in 1995 under the pretext that it would lower the cost of recording an assignment of ownership in county land records.  By the way, as someone that has bought property in multiple states the filing fee is the lowest cost in acquiring a home.  If you cannot afford the tiny fee in recording the deed then you probably shouldn’t be buying a home.  The reality of course is MERS allowed for the mortgage backed security business to explode since it allowed mortgages to be shipped off to Wall Street to be minced into tiny tranches and sold off by the big investment banks to pensions, foreign investors, retail investors, and everyone else that wanted a piece of the mortgage bubble.”

Table of Contents

  • Is Trump’s Russia Policy Being Hijacked?
  • Has Seymour Hersh Debunked ‘Russia-gate’?
  • ROUGH TRANSCRIPT: Seymour Hersh on Seth Rich.
  • Alan A. Shapiro
  • US sanctions on Russia could endanger energy security for EU
  • What’s Worse: Trump’s Campaign Agenda or Empowering Generals and CIA Operatives to Subvert it?
  • Netanyahu’s former aide turns state’s witness in bribery cases
  • The Anna Frank Diary Fraud
  • Mecca, ruled by House of Saud, should belong to all Muslims

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TBR News August 4, 2017

Aug 04 2017 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C., August 4, 2017:” Like volcanologists contemplating the underground rumblings of Yellowstone, sociologists and historians are contemplating the growing global political pressures.

That overpopulation is driving the latter is beyond a doubt and also beyond a doubt, there will be major eruptions in the near future.

Rising sea levels endanger human development near the coastal areas of the world and altered weather patterns are seriously interfering with food production.

All of this is entirely predictable but no one knows when the eruptions will happen.

But idiot bloggers rush to proclaim whatever fantasies they have dreamt up when their Prozac has worn off and politically slanted news sites point here and there.

Be entertained and be sure to stock up on food and ammunition.”

Table of Contents

  • Groupthink at the CIA
  • Conversatons with the Crow
  • ‘Classified info, influence peddling, cover-ups’: More Clinton emails brought to light
  • Congress heads into break with Republican promises unfulfilled
  • The Sport of Plutocrats
  • Jared Kushner’s Pro-Israel Bias Is Nothing New for U.S. Mideast Envoys — It’s Just the Most Blatant
  • The Marriage of Evil
  • Donald Trump backs ‘devastating’ curb of legal immigration
  • China, India struggle to put a lid on their border row involving Bhutan
  • Is India turning its nuclear focus toward China?

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TBR News August 3, 2017

Aug 03 2017 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C., August 3 , 2017:”The basic problem with any government agency is its frantic desire to expand, to control, to get more fundings from Congress and, most important, to squash rivals agencies (who are doing the same thing) In the US, the lead power-grabber is the CIA. They were set up in 1948 by Harry Truman to be a global information agency that would give him private briefings. Truman did this because he felt the US Army was feeding him inaccurate information. But like Topsy, the CIA growed and now it is an arrogant aggregation of self-important people who do as they choose and interfere in every level of government. Eventually, they get too powerful but woe to the President who threatens their existence. John Kennedy started to break them up and the had him killed so no other President dares to tamper with the Langley Louts.”

 

Table of Contents

  • Sanctions, smoke and mirrors from a kindergarten on LSD
  • Russian gas pipelines to go ahead despite U.S. sanctions
  • Dumbo: WikiLeaks reveals CIA system to take over webcams, microphones
  • Under Trump, a Hollowed-Out Force in Syria Quickly Lost C.I.A. Backing
  • CIA Front Organizations

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TBR News August 2, 2017

Aug 02 2017 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C., August 2 , 2017: “US Military Casualties 1950-present

  • Korean War 1950–1953 128,650
  • S.S.R. Cold War 1947–1991 44
  • China Cold War 1950–1972 16
  • Vietnam War 1955–1975 211,454
  • 1958 Lebanon crisis 1958 7+  
  • Bay of Pigs Invasion 1961 4
  • Dominican Republic 1965–1966 330
  • Iran 1980 12
  • El Salvador Civil War 1980–1992 0
  • Beirut deployment 1982–1984 0
  • Persian Gulf escorts 1987–1988 0
  • Invasion of Grenada 1983 0
  • 1986 Bombing of Libya 2
  • Invasion of Panama 1989 0
  • Gulf War 1990–1991 1,143
  • ‘Operation Provide Comfort’ 1991-1996 23
  • Somalia 1992–1993 0
  • Haiti 1994–1995 0
  • Colombia 1994–present 0
  • Bosnia-Herzegovina 1995–2004 0
  • NATO bombing of Yugoslavia 1999 22+
  • Iraq War 2003–2011 36,710
  • Afghanistan War 2001–present 35,904

 

Table of Contents

  • The End of Globalism
  • Collateral Damage
  • Republicans urge Trump to keep critical health subsidies for low-income people
  • Can this marriage be saved? Relationship between Trump, Senate GOP hits new skids.
  • Other times, other problems
  • Toward an ‘America First’ foreign policy

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