TBR News April 17, 2017

Apr 17 2017

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C. April 17, 2017:”We will be out of the office until April 18. Ed.”

Table of Contents

  • Turkey’s Erdogan celebrates victory as count points to tight win
  • A people killed twice
  • Donald Trump Channels Hillary Clinton, Attacks Syria: From America First To America Last
  • FBI Facial Recognition System Gives Officers an Investigative Lead

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TBR News April 16, 2016

Apr 16 2017

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C. April 16, 2017:”The print media in American has basicially collapsed. The once mighty and very influential New York Times and the Washington Post are teetering on the verge of bankruptcy. The reading public has gone over to free news on the Internet and paid circulations have plummeted. A newspaper’s life-blood are not in subscriptions but in advertising revenue and no advertister wished to spend large amounts of corporate cash on running advertisements in a paper with almost no subscribers. Ergo, we see frantic efforts to keep what is left of the paper afloat by going onto the Internet and trying, desperately, to get readers to pay for information that is, in the main, trivial, late and badly written. RIP”

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  • Journalism faces a crisis worldwide – we might be entering a new dark age
  • Bad News on the Doorstep
  • The Washington Post Is In Even Worse Shape Than You Think
  • Sample headlines from the April 16, 2017 on-line issue of the WP, otherwise known as Jeff Bezos’ Cat Box Liner
  • A Father Describes Saving His Daughter From U.S. Bombardment of Mosul
  • North Korean test missile ‘fizzles’ hours before Pence arrives in South
  • New Revelations Belie Trump Claims on Syria Chemical Attack
  • North Korea nuclear: US ‘working with China’ on response
  • The new evil empire

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TBR News April 15, 2017

Apr 15 2017

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C. April 15, 2017; “Diplomacy is the art of negotiating and force its antithesis. America had never practiced the former and always resorted to the latter. This is clearly evident in the overreaction to an alleged Syrian gas attack in one quarter of the globe and a hysterical nuclear threat by the North Koreans in another. Instead of investigation and negotiation, the American answer is a show of violent force. While this might, in the short run, prove to be a success, it will prove to be a disaster in the long. Advocating a diplomatic solution to a problem is not acceptable to an American government that has always ruled, or attempted to rule, by military and economic force. But the advocates of such a system ought to realize that a force is one direction always results in an equal force in the other.”

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  • China fears North Korea-US conflict ‘at any moment’
  • North Korea displays apparently new missiles as U.S. carrier group approaches
  • There Is No Military Solution To The North Korea Conundrum
  • The Syria ‘Chemical Attack’: Cui Bono?
  • ‘Top secret CIA virus control system’: WikiLeaks releases ‘Hive’ from #Vault7 series
  • For Trump, a Steep Learning Curve Leads to Policy Reversals
  • Leaked NSA Malware Threatens Windows Users Around the World
  • Saudi banks, bin Laden companies face $4.2 billion U.S. lawsuit by 9/11 insurers
  • What Does an “America-First” Foreign Policy Actually Mean?
  • Hitler’s reported death
  • The actual existence of Jesus

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TBR News April 14, 2017

Apr 14 2017

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C. April 14, 2017;”In 2000, one Robert T. Crowley, once Deputy Director for Clandestine Operations of the CIA, died in a Washington hospital. Crowley had been a high-level official in the CIA since its inception in 1948 and was privy to an impressive number of historically important events. He was also chief liaison to the major media and was responsible for many inaccurate and deliberately planted stories, designed to draw public attention away from embarrassing events. Crowley had just completed a manuscript covering his years of service before he went to the hospital and for some time after he died, the FBI and other agencies and their paid helpers made frantic efforts to locate the manuscript. They failed. Now, it is strongly rumored, this compendium of small, and large, murders, instigated revolts, drug involvements and more is being offered to various publishers, both in and outside of the United States. Ten years ago, the bulk of the American public would dismiss Crowley’s revelations as nonsense but at this point in time, they would not.”

Table of Contents

  • Nuclear tests and preemptive strikes: fears grow over North Korea escalation
  • China says North Korea tension has to be stopped from reaching ‘irreversible’ stage
  • Trump Walks Into Syria Trap Via Fake ‘Intelligence’
  • The True Cost of Israel
  • AIPAC Activities
  • CIA director brands WikiLeaks a ‘hostile intelligence service’
  • Trump’s CIA Director Pompeo, Targeting WikiLeaks, Explicitly Threatens Speech and Press Freedoms
  • 10 Dirty Secret CIA Operations
  • SECRECY NEWS

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TBR News April 13, 2017

Apr 13 2017

The Voice of the White House

Washington, April 13, 2017: “This issue contains only two articles but both are very informative concerning the recent allegations of Syrian gas attacks and an illegal US missile attack instigated by the President. They are long article but for those interested in the issue, well worth reading.”

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  • White House claims on Syria chemical attack ‘obviously false’ – MIT professor
  • A multi-level analysis of the US cruise missile attack on Syria and its consequences

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TBR News April 12, 2017

Apr 12 2017

The Voice of the White House

Washington, April 12, 2017: “There are no secrets any more. The Internet is a splendid system but while the units of surveillance and suppression in the government can read all emails, so also can their putative enemies and also, many government computer experts have been opening doors for sites like WikiLeaks and hitherto confidential information no longer is. One entertaining, if disgusting, aspect is that a number of very prominent American business and political leader have been accessing child pornography sites. As most of these are located in the friendly Ukraine, the Russians have been able to tap into them and are considering a WikiLeaks release of which person is looking at which site. This, I am told, is part of a new series of releases in train.”

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  • Five Top Papers Run 18 Opinion Pieces Praising Syria Strikes–Zero Are Critical
  • North Korea warns of nuclear strike against US if aggression continues
  • Pentagon Casts Doubt on AP Report Claiming Russia Knew About Syrian Chemical Attack
  • Intercepted Podcast: The Emperor’s New Cruise Missiles
  • Putin says trust erodes under Trump, Moscow icily receives Tillerson
  • Behind Trump’s Syria Turnabout
  • Syria air strikes: Russia sends more warships to Assad-controlled port of Tartus
  • Iran the Destabilizer
  • Largest US firms stash huge sums in tax havens: report
  • The CAP Operation Athena List

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TBR News April 11, 2017

Apr 11 2017

The Voice of the White House

Washington, April 11, 2017: “With the increasing agitations with, and over, North Korean threats to the United States, I am excerpting portions of an interesting conversation I recently had in Washington with an old friend who is involved in anti-terrorist activities at a very high level.

Let us postulate the following scenario: A large cargo container ship is in the stream of such vessels destined for the California port of San Diego. This port is the largest one on the west coast of the United States. Every year is handles more that 6.8 million 20-foot container units.

This represents 82.3 million metric tons of cargo and this  cargo comes in the bottoms of 2,000 ships. In other words, San Diego is a busy port.

A report from DHS indicates that only 2% of the cargo is checked for illegal or explosive devices.

Given these figures, consider if you will, the probability, not possibility, of a hostile entity putting an atomic weapon into a cargo container and timing it to explode after a certain amount of time elapses.

If the container is not inspected, is off-loaded and put onto a truck for delivery, say, to Denver and without warning, the cargo explodes, say in Oklahoma City en route, there would be astronomical damage and many deaths.

Even the controlled media would not be able to ignore this and then the following disconnected and useless uproar would deafen the nation.

Russia, of course, would be blamed by the lunatic neo-cons, the President, whose actions caused it, would shout and point accusing fingers in circles, the media would accuse any country harboring a grudge against the United States (hundreds of countries would be possible perpetrators) and then some kind of attack would be launched, perhaps against whomever the President did not like.

And always look for the truth in the jest.”

Table of Contents

  • North Korea state media warns of nuclear strike if provoked as U.S. warships approach
  • US, North Korea, China – diplomacy and saber rattling
  • Donald Trump actions risk ‘millions dying on Korean Peninsula’, congressman warns
  • FAA bans drone flights over 133 US military bases, threatens criminal charges for violators
  • Is Trump Enlisting in the War Party?
  • It’s not just Syria. Trump is ratcheting up wars across the world
  • Christian Fascism: The Seizure of Power in America
  • Saudi Arabia Paid Conservative PR Firm $90,000 to Bring Vets to DC to Lobby Against JASTA
  • The Vicious Inheritance: Stalin’s Jewish Executioners

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TBR News April 10, 2017

Apr 10 2017

The Voice of the White House

Washington, April 10, 2017: “The discussions inside the Beltway, among old associated, is that the Syrian strike was a planned attempt to convince the renegade North Koreans that if they did not cease and desist in their efforts to develop long-range rockets and nuclear warheads, the US was quite capable of launching missile strike against them.

Note that the Russians were advised in advance of the strike as were the Syrian air force personnel so the target airfield was basically empty at the time of the attack and Syrian air force units were able to use the base the next day without a problem.

That there was a gas attack, with Sarin, is beyond a doubt but the question arises as to who was responsible for it.

Not the Russians nor the Syrians, who do not have such weapons, but since the attack, which lost half of its launched missiles into the ocean, was planned in advance, the perpetrator of the gas attack is not so much in question but unproven.

Qui bono is the most important issue here and the answer is quite obvious.”

 

Table of Contents

  • What could go wrong for the U.S. in Syria? War with Russia.
  • The Minerva Program: Civil Repression from Academia
  • SECRECY NEWS
  • Loans ‘Designed to Fail’: States Say Navient Preyed on Students
  • Trump’s Base Revolts Against Syria Strike
  • US-Russian honeymoon turns sour over Syria
  • Burn After Reading

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TBR News April 9, 2017

Apr 09 2017

The Voice of the White House

Washington, April 9, 2017 “Now firmly in the hands of the militants, Trump is playing a game he thinks he understands but does not.

The bloated American military, the immense and vicious CIA, the DHS lusting for more domestic control, all are after increased Congressional funding and to get this, they need excuses.

That the money they demand comes from helpless taxpayers is of no interest to them, only that the cash rolls in.

And parallel with their needs is another group that also demands more and more taxpayer money.

This is what Eisenhower warned was the military/industrial complex.

Corporations who benefit from war scares and a resultant flood of taxpayer monies are also in favor of heightened anxieties.

And more money.

Of course none of them actually want a war that could result in serious damage to their offices, homes, families or businesses but they keep pushing up the levels of confrontation to the point where, like the assassination of the Austrian Archduke in 1914, matters escalate entirely out of control and death and, worse, economic destruction comes upon them.”

Table of Contents

  • Domestic insurgency by the DoD
  • Syrian President Assad’s allies say U.S. attack crosses ‘red lines’
  • Here We Go Again! US Air Strikes in Syria Cross Russian ‘Red lines’ and Risk Escalation to Nuclear War
  • Why are liberals now cheerleading a warmongering Trump?
  • America owes China $1tn. That’s a problem for Beijing, and Trump knows it
  • Counterfeiting significant to China’s overall economy
  • US Navy group headed towards Korean Peninsula – US official
  • Shadow Brokers hackers release NSA hacking tools to punish Trump for ‘abandoning’ his base
  • 59% of Germans disapprove of US strike on Syrian airbase – poll
  • Like Obama, Only Worse:Trump’s Ill Thought-Out Battle Against Islamic State
  • Jihadists in America
  • Uzbek suspect in Swedish attack sympathized with Islamic State: police

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TBR News April 8, 2018

Apr 08 2017

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C. April 8, 2017: “When Napoleon had a potential rival murdered, Talleyrand, his foreign minister said, “It is worse than a crime; it is a mistake.”

This same aphorism can be applied to Trump’s attack on a Syrian air base on the totally unproved claim that the Syrian government had launched a poison gas attack on a civilian population.

This act has branded the new American president as a man who shoots first and asks questions later.

Some have hinted that this apparently rash act was designed to terrify the North Koreans who are threatening the United States with long range rockets that keep falling into the ocean after being in flight for ten seconds.

Perhaps this is so but if it is, this is an example of shooting a butterfly with a rifle.

There are serious reports that the Sarin gas used in the civilian attack could easily have been the property of the radical Islam organization IS who has no problem murdering civilians in large numbers.

On the other hand, neither the American military or the IDF also have any problems killing as many unarmed civilians as they can, but preferably before lunch.

And what if some entity set off a bomb in Bangor, Maine on a school buds and the dim-witted media claimed it was a Muslim radical from Canada?

Would Trump order a missile attack on Ottawa in retaliation?

Diplomacy is not a dying art, it is a dead one and he who lives by the sword will surely perish by the sword.”

Table of Contents

  • Iran’s Rouhani wants chemical attack in Syria investigated
  • Legal Experts Question Whether Trump’s Syria Strike Was Constitutional
  • Russia says U.S. strike ‘illegitimate,’ attempt to distract from Iraq
  • Despite tough talk, Turkey caught between U.S. and Russia in Syria
  • What’s really behind America’s rush to war in Syria?
  • Donald Trump has jumped into a quagmire with his eyes shut
  • Trump’s ‘Wag the Dog’ Moment
  • US polarizes world with attack on Syrian regime
  • Uzbek man arrested over Swedish truck attack that killed four
  • Coup D’Etat:The Technique Of Revolution

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