TBR News November 25, 2017

Nov 25 2017

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C., November 24, 2017: ”Coming upon us we have the unedifying spectacle of newly-rich American businessmen pushing themselves forward as candidates for the Oval Office. They have made so much money and are so used to getting their feet kissed by their employees that they actually believe they are important people. Jeff Besos now owns the tottering Washington Post and wants all the few subscribers left on their rolls to know his very important views and Mark Zuckerberg owns Facebook and feels that with as many subscribers as this firm has, he can easily sway a nomination, or an election, in his favor. Pride indeed goeth before a fall and a haughty spirit before destruction! And an ancient George Soros thinks that he can have is own way by spending money. When the Roman Empire ended up on the auction block and rich businessmen bought the title of Caesar, the days of that Empire were indeed numbered!”

Table of Contents

  • The New Information War: How Social Media Is Leveling the Playing Field Between Governments, Militants, and Ordinary People
  • An American Spy Base Hidden in Australia’s Outback
  • Soros sheltering $18bn that American tax authorities can never touch
  • Gunmen in Egypt mosque attack carried Islamic State flag, prosecutor says
  • Egypt targets militants following Sinai attack
  • Who are the Sufis associated with the mosque attacked in Egypt?
  • Europe at Its Ugliest: The Refugee Scandal on the Island of Lesbos
  • Diplomats Sound the Alarm as They Are Pushed Out in Droves
  • Lies for Fun and Profit!

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TBR News November 24, 2017

Nov 24 2017

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C., November 24, 2017: ”I regularly help a friend with a very elite business assess potential workers.

I am amazed at the almost total lack of knowledge on the part of recent college or university graduates, although a large number of these alleged developers of higher learning are nothing but money-making scams.

One graduate, with honors, had no idea where Egypt (‘Next to Mexico?” said one recently) was and another thought that Lake Erie was in Arizona.

And the worst of these ill-educated ones all carried some kind of cell phone or tablet and during my interview, they were constantly fishing their electronic toys out of pocket or purse and having brief and mindless bursts of talk with their callers.

All of these useless creatures were told how excited I was in looking over their applications and that I would get back to them very soon.

The applications went straight into the shredder and I armed myself for the next applicant.

If these honor graduates represent the cream of American intelligentsia, I shudder to contemplate the future.

I call this the Curse of the Millennials or the Triumph of Matter over Mind.”

Table of Contents

  • Staggering Variety of Clandestine Trackers Found In Popular Android Apps
  • The US-Saudi Starvation Blockade
  • Backstory: The resignation – and return – of Lebanon’s Hariri
  • ‘They shot at ambulances’: 235 dead, scores injured in bomb & gun attack at Sinai mosque
  • Irish government set to fall weeks before Brexit summit
  • Hello? Anybody Home? Germany’s Voice Suddenly Missing in Brussels
  • The Ever-Expanding ‘War on Terror’
  • The CIA’s private wars

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TBR News November 23, 2017

Nov 23 2017

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C., November 23, 2017:”This it turkey day. Here are entertaining turkey stories: An Alabama redneck passed away and left his entire estate in trust for his beloved widow. She can’t touch it until she’s 14.

Folks in Arkansas now go to some movies in groups of 18 or more. They were told ‘17 and under are not admitted’.

It’s true! In Mississippi reruns of Hee Haw are called documentaries.

Q: How can you tell if a West Virginia redneck is married?

A: There’s dried tobacco spit on both sides of his pickup truck.

Florida has a new $3,000,000 State Lottery. The winner gets $3 a year for a million years.

Recently, the Governor’s Mansion in Little Rock burned down. In fact, it almost  took out the entire trailer park.

A law recently changed in South Carolina now states: When a couple gets divorced, they’re still brother and sister.

The best thing to ever come out of Arkansas is I-40!

The best thing to even come out of California is an empty bus.

An Alabama State Trooper stopped a pickup truck. He asked the driver, “Got any ID?” The driver said, ‘’Bout what?’”

Table of Contents

  • Boy, Is This Stupid or What?
  • Why Russia is sending robotic submarines to the Arctic
  • Germany, Democracy and the World: The End of the End of History
  • The Numbers Game: An Analysis of Demographics in Holocaust Literature
  • Britain falls out of world’s top 5 economies
  • Iraqi army launches operation to clear ‘Islamic State’ remnants
  • Event ‘consistent with an explosion’ detected near missing Argentine sub: navy

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TBR News November 22, 2017

Nov 22 2017

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C., November 22, 2017:”Some years ago, it was revealed that peasants had dug up a large clay jar filled with very rare Greek coins in Turkey. Prestigious coin dealer rushed to acquire these and soon the very rich were cooing with arrogant delight at their glittering acquisitions. Unfortunately for such cultural luminaries as the Koch brothers, these coins were all proven to have been struck in a mint in Sofia, Bulgaria, to get money for the Bulgarian KGB. Art magazines and newspaper cultural writers gushed forth like a broken septic tank one day and were very silent the next. We see the same thing in almost every aspect of collecting, be it Adolf Hitler fake paintings, fake Chinese rare coins or repainted old pieces of art. Barnum said there was a sucker born every minute but with the increased population every second would be more realistic. Here are some examples of frauds and how they are engineered.”

 

Table of Contents

  • Trade in Dead Sea Scrolls awash with suspected forgeries, experts warn
  • Someone Spent Almost Half a Billion Dollars on a Possibly Inauthentic da Vinci Painting
  • Christie’s Is Selling This Painting for $100 Million. They Say It’s by Leonardo. I Have Doubts. Big Doubts.
  • The Anatomy of a Fraud
  • The Rommel Honor Dagger: How expensive frauds are created

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TBR News November 21, 2017

Nov 21 2017

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C., November 15, 2017:”We will be out of the country until the end of the month. Ed”

 

Table of Contents

  • Who’s A ‘Foreign Agent’?
  • On the Rehabilitation of George W. Bush
  • Life on Earth may already exist on alien planets, say scientists
  • The Dreamers: Doubts about Brexit on the Rise in Britain
  • In Crisis, Angela Merkel Prefers Elections to Minority Rule
  • Russian nuclear facility denies it is source of high radioactivity levels
  • Congressmen press the U.S Mint for action on counterfeit gold and silver coins 
  • With Fake American Silver Eagles on the Rise, How Can You Spot the Fakes?

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TBR News November 19, 2017

Nov 19 2017

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C., November 15, 2017:”We will be out of the country until the end of the month. Ed”

Table of Contents

  • When Unpaid Student Loan Bills Mean You Can No Longer Work
  • Millennials are narcissistic? The evidence is not so simple
  • Both GOP and Dems at Fault for Failing Schools, Government
  • America’s Turn toward Empire
  • Upsurge in big earthquakes predicted for 2018 as Earth rotation slows
  • Turkey pulls troops out of NATO exercise over ‘enemy’ list
  • Germany replaces US as country with best international image
  • What if Ken Starr Was Right?
  • Our Saudi Allies and Their Cooperation in American Political Fun and Games

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TBR News November 18, 2017

Nov 18 2017

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C., November 15, 2017:”We will be out of the country until the end of the month. Ed”

 

 

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  • U.S. nuclear general says would resist ‘illegal’ Trump strike order: CBS
  • Lebanon’s premier Hariri meets President Macron in Paris, says will return to Lebanon
  • Lebanon FM says Hariri crisis an attempt to create regional chaos
  • Saudi Arabia recalls ambassador to Germany over Gabriel comments
  • Oil prices could double if Middle East conflict escalates
  • Germany bans children’s ‘smart’ watches over surveillance concerns
  • The Iranian Mystery Ship: Death from the Sea
  • No Protection for Protectors

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TBR News November 17, 2017

Nov 17 2017

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C., November 15, 2017:”We will be out of the country until the end of the month. Ed”

 

Table of Contents

  • Is America Up for a Second Cold War?
  • Next stop, Paris! The strange journey of Lebanon’s Saad Hariri
  • Saudi Arabia’s Incompetence Would Be Comical If It Weren’t Killing So Many People
  • Saudi Arabia swapping assets for freedom of some held in graft purge: sources
  • Keystone oil pipeline leaks thousands of gallons of oil in South Dakota
  • Is a military coup against Trump in the cards?
  • A Country, Still Divided: Why Is the Former East Germany Tilting Populist?

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TBR News November 16, 2017

Nov 16 2017

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C., November 15, 2017:”We will be out of the country until the end of the month. Ed”

 

Table of Contents

  • Lebanese president hopes Hariri visit to France will end crisis
  • More than three years after the demise of the Mt. Gox exchange, its customers still haven’t received a crypto cent. Here’s why.
  • Bitcoin is a bubble, no plans to short-sell: Japan Post Bank CIO
  • US official: Crown Prince Salman ‘behaving recklessly’
  • Two more women accuse Senate candidate Moore of sexual misconduct
  • Saudi Arabia wants to kill the petrodollar – economist
  • Over 48,000 Gulen-linked suspects remanded in custody in Turkey
  • Homeless evictions near future site of Zuckerberg-funded school spark protest
  • Official Government Suppression
  • The Muslim Assault on Germany

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TBR News November 15, 2017

Nov 15 2017

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C., November 15, 2017:”We will be out of the country until the end of the month. Ed”

Table of Contents

  • Behind the Saudi Troublemaking
  • Secrecy News
  • Da Vinci auction: Who will pay $100 million for a potential original?
  • The Anatomy of a Fraud

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