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TBR News July 20, 2018

Jul 20 2018 Published by under Uncategorized

The voice of him that crieth in the wilderness, Isaiah 40:3-8

Washington, D.C. July 20, 2018:” People tend to get uptight when they are forced to look at the back of a dollar bill. And they have good reason to. There it is on the left — that goddamned pyramid with the freaky eyeball. And what the fuck is that at the bottom? NOVUS ORDO SECLORUM. Obviously some kind of incantation.

According to the official explanation, the phrase is Latin for “a new order of the ages.” The designer of the Great Seal, Charles Thomson, claimed that the “new order” he was referring to was that of the American republic. The year on the pyramid is 1776, which is the date of the signing of the Declaration of Independence.

All right, fine. But what about that eyeball? That thing is definitely occult. Nothing says “Big Brother” quite like a hovering eyeball.

Thomson explained away that one by claiming the eyeball belonged to God (or “Providence,” as he put it), and that the phrase ANNUIT COEPTIS means “it has favored our undertakings.”

Taken together, they are intended to communicate the idea that God is rooting for America.”

 

 

The Table of Contents

  • A Court Decision in California Threatens to Erode the Constitutional Right to a Lawyer
  • Trump Stands His Ground on Putin
  • US firms try to protect themselves amid Trump trade battles
  • The Official Gestapo report on the 20th of July Assassination Plot
  • Events in Berlin, July 20, 1944
  • Stauffenberg’s background

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TBR News July 19, 2018

Jul 19 2018 Published by under Uncategorized

The voice of him that crieth in the wilderness, Isaiah 40:3-8

Washington, D.C. July 18, 2018:” We will be out of the office until July 20, 2018. Ed”

 

 

The Table of Contents

  • Undaunted by criticism, Trump looks to next Putin meeting
  • The global heat wave that’s been killing us
  • Enjoy the warmth while it lasts
  • The New Toll of American Student Debt
  • California high court orders proposal to split up state removed from November ballot
  • Judge slams FBI for improper cellphone search, stingray use
  • Days after Helsinki summit, Russia shows off Putin’s ‘super weapons’
  • US has intervened in twice as many elections as Russia
  • Spanish court drops international warrant for Puigdemont
  • Chaos Prevails in Immigrant Detention Centers, with Children Under 5 Still Separated From Parents
  • Germany sees sharp rise in ‘fake science’ journal publications — report
  • Jon Rappoport

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TBR News July 18, 2018

Jul 18 2018 Published by under Uncategorized

The voice of him that crieth in the wilderness, Isaiah 40:3-8

Washington, D.C. July 18, 2018:” We will be out of the office until July 20, 2018. Ed”

 

The Table of Contents

  • US Media is Losing Its Mind Over Trump-Putin Press Conference
  • Why did Russia annex Crimea?
  • EU ‘positive’ on Russia-Ukraine gas talks
  • Commentary: Trump’s cost to U.S. credibility
  • Trump is right about who’s to blame for bad relations with Russia
  • Three out of four Democrats want ‘fresh face’ to take on Trump in 2020
  • Majority of Americans think Trump mishandling Russia: Reuters/Ipsos poll
  • Economic reality versus official fiction
  • Canada’s high Arctic glaciers at risk of disappearing completely, study finds
  • Secrecy News
  • Dirty Deeds Revealed

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TBR News July 17, 2018

Jul 17 2018 Published by under Uncategorized

The voice of him that crieth in the wilderness, Isaiah 40:3-8

Washington, D.C. July 17, 2018:” The highly entertaining hysteria about the Trump/Putin meeting beats watching Hillary Clinton drowing in a septic tank any day.

The far right, personified by the Neo-Cons, the gun-loving and pot-bellied Farmer Johns, personified by the NRA, the shrinking number of believers in a fictional Jesus and his imminent return, personified by the Pat Robertson Institute, are shrieking with rage at what they claim is a betrayal by a Trump they hoped would carry America in all its tattered glory back to the Middle Ages.

And in order to justify the enormous amounts of tax-payer’s dollars needed for the maintenance of a huge military establishment, it is necessary to have an enemy to justify the lootings.

Japan, Germany and later, Russia were once such perceived enemies but the current Russian state clearly has no intentions of invading Poland, Norway or Seattle.

Any repudiation of the media-hyped purported enemy, in this case Vladimir Putin’s Russia, means a loss of money and influence for the American economic and political oligarchy, hence the howls of animal rage from those who seek to profit by a manufactured need to defend against a non-existent enemy.

Why not invent a new enemy?

Perhaps ‘Militant Invading Polar Bears’?

They could be accused of invading Alaska and eating virgins.

Then the military could demand, and get, Congressional approval for Anti-Bear guns at $2,000,000 per item, the US Army could also demand that Canada allow it to set up billion dollar anti-Bear bases in the northern reaches of that country, and the DHS could get more Congressional approval to shoot small children carrying stuffed bears.

Then the America official media could assure the taxpayers that great progress was being made to stem the Polar Bear Invasion if only whatever political party is in power be allowed to continue to Protect America from Her Vicious, Satanic (read non-Christian here) Enemies.”

 

 

The Table of Contents

  • Trump Calls Off Cold War II
  • In Taking Crimea, Putin Gains a Sea of Fuel Reserves
  • National (In)Security
  • Transcript of Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin’s joint press conference
  • Trump beholden to Putin? Summit does nothing to dispel impression
  • Trump-Putin summit was a troubling media circus
  • ‘Traitor, appeaser’: Era of Twitter’s hysterical ‘hot-take’ comes of age after Putin-Trump summit
  • Commandos Sans Frontières

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TBR News July 16, 2018

Jul 16 2018 Published by under Uncategorized

The voice of him that crieth in the wilderness, Isaiah 40:3-8

Washington, D.C. July 16, 2018:” An elderly Russian, former intelligence agent released from a Russian prison where he was serving time for treason and resident in England, and his visiting daughter were allegedly poisoned by a nerve agent, originating in Russia.

In point of fact, the disgraced Russian was working with a British retired intelligence agent on certain sensitive American issues and was to be deposed by an American investigator.

That the Russians were blamed for the poisoning is nonsense because if that country wished to kill the subject, they could have done so far more easily when he was in their custody. His removal from the scene made it impossible for the Americans to depose him.

And recently, a British resident and his lady, resident in the same area as the Russian, were also poisoned, apparently with the identical nerve poison. The lady died and, as before, the Russians were blamed. But then the investigating police discovered that the nerve poison was in a bottle found in the man’s apartment.

What neither the British nor American press has commented on is that both the man and woman were drug addicts and were undergoing treatment for their addictions and, more important, the man had a relative who worked at Porton Down where this drug was manufactured.

How the latest victims ended up with a bottle of nerve poison is not known nor is any comment expected in either the British or American mainline media.

What ought to be obvious is that the Russians had nothing to do with either episode and if the British authorities continue to broadcast these erroneous accusations, the entire issue could well explode in their faces.”

 

 

The Table of Contents

  • Leak at Porton Down lab may be behind UK nerve-agent poisonings – Russian embassy
  • Trump Finds a New Weapon for His War on Journalism — Leak Indictments Aimed at Smearing Reporters
  • Germans fear Donald Trump more than Vladimir Putin, poll finds
  • Trump’s Family Connections
  • Immigrant children, parents reunited faster under new court order
  • American Jews slam Israel’s ‘racist’ nation-state bill as thousands protest against it in Tel Aviv
  • New York health officials say recreational marijuana should be LEGAL: Report says the drug does more good than harm (and could earn the state $700 MILLION in taxes)
  • EU, China seek closer ties as US turns against trade  
  • An economic disaster approaching
  • An economic disaster approaching

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TBR News July 15, 2018

Jul 15 2018 Published by under Uncategorized

The voice of him that crieth in the wilderness, Isaiah 40:3-8

Washington, D.C. July 15, 2018: “I have learned from a source in the Chase Manhattan bank that his people are scared literally shitless over the news, gleaned from a very competent German intelligence service, that a group, totally off the screen, not Muslim and probably American-based, have managed to crack the entrance information into the electronic, international banking wire and transfer system. These are:

  • SWIFT (Bruxelles)

Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Transactions

  • CHAPS (London)

Clearing House Automated Payments System

  • CHIPS (New York) – Private Sector

Clearing House Interbank Payments System

  • FEDWIRE (New York) – US Government

Fedwire Funds Service

If, as the German reports have rumored, someone or some group successfully sabotages these systems, the world of international banking and the entire country would suffer a terrible blow that would take months, if not years, to recover from. Billions of dollars in bank transfers would vanish instantly and replicating the data, if the attackers know what they are doing, would take eons to try to replace.

For instance, the BofA transfers $200.000,000 to a bank in Germany and in a nano second, the transfer vanishes. No money is sent and none received.

I do not know if this operation is connected with other very disruptive activities that our Brave Defenders of Liberty are trying to track but the Germans seem to feel that the elements involved are not Arabs or Russians but Americans because of the idiomatic English in the messages they have decoded.”

The Table of Contents

  • The Empire in Collapse
  • America’s 10 worst states to live in
  • Heatwave sees record high temperatures around world this week
  • Detaining immigrant kids is now a billion-dollar industry
  • ‘On a mission to destroy families’: Ice targets migrants in once safe spaces
  • U.S. court order brings faster reunions of immigrant parents and children
  • In the J20 Trials, the Feds Said They Went After “Bad Protesters.” That Just Means Another Crackdown on Dissent
  • Iranian Overview

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TBR News July 14, 2018

Jul 14 2018 Published by under Uncategorized

The voice of him that crieth in the wilderness, Isaiah 40:3-8

Washington, D.C. July 14, 2018:” Once, when the public wanted news, they had only newspapers to rely on. Then came radio and television followed. This meant that all news was able to be controlled by various factions wishing to do so. But with the advent of the Internet, all of this changed. The public could find legitimate news cheek by jowl with fantastic lies but all of it was free. As a result of this, the print media started a downward course that had yet to stop; television consists of actors reading the lines their corporate employees give them and news magazines look like supermarket tabloids. And  corporate entities, coupled with various government agencies, support pervericating bloggers in order to hype official lies. The truth is there, on the Internet, but to get at it, one must wear rubber hip boot to wade through immense heaps of rotting cow dung.”

 

The Table of Contents

  • The Broken Encirclement Plan: Nato in Eastern Europe
  • Let’s drop the euphemisms: Donald Trump is a racist president
  • Trump’s Biggest Lie of All
  • What Ben Bradlee Would Think of Donald Trump
  • Is Alex Jones’s Empire In Trouble?
  • Fantasy Followers
  • The Real Truth about Planet X!
  • The Great 9-11 Plot
  • Laser Beam weapons and the collapse of the World Trade Center 
  • TWA Flight 800

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TBR News July 13, 2018

Jul 13 2018 Published by under Uncategorized

The voice of him that crieth in the wilderness, Isaiah 40:3-8

Washington, D.C. July 13, 2018:  “Trump is beating a very dead horse when he demands that Nato members cough up more more. Nato was formed by the US to act as a barrier against Communist Russian military aggression. Huge amounts of American tax payer’s money has gone into this obsolete system and now Europe is trying to escape American control and take care of their own problems. It is obvious that Putin’s Russia has no interest in military aggression and Europe, not unreasonably, has decided to move away from an American-controlled Nato and to that end are down-sizing their military. Trump thinks that by shouting and using brutal speech to his putative allies he will have his way but the attached article indicates that he is barking up the wrong tree:

The Crossroads

The French are establishing military defense treaties with the Russian Federation, and in order to deal with the problems of high energy costs, the E.E.C. is trying to work with the Russians to establish an oil industry [in the Arctic] that will enable Europe to free itself from the need for Middle Eastern oil. Reserves of oil believed to be located both in the Russian Arctic and north of the Caspian may turn out to be larger than the reserves in the Middle East and if the Europeans can get the upper hand over the United States in helping develop these reserves, the geopolitical balance may rapidly shift from U.S. domination to the Eurobloc domination.

The German and French governments have already been seriously considering divesting of all of their investment in U.S. Government bonds, and have already decided that they will stop investing in new U.S. bonds. Given the growing strength of the Euro against the dollar this may make the E.E.C. the de facto world economic superpower.

If they can institute a mutual defense pact with Russia, this alliance may be able to challenge U..S. superpower status, Russia still has a large nuclear arsenal, and their military capability is still potentially formidable . A joint Russian/E.U. defense union, based upon EU/Russian military forces would be a formidable deterrent to U.S. domination in the Eastern hemisphere.

The promulgation of such a pact could well result in an Eastern Hemisphere version of the Monroe Doctrine in which the new superpower demands that no power outside of the Eastern Hemisphere has the right to interfere in the politics of that area. The French most certainly want to challenge US. world domination. and such an alliance would give them the muscle to do so.

The interests of Europe and European Russia are far closer than any alliance with the U.S. and Europe is starting to surpass the United States as an economic superpower. The massive outsourcing of U.S. jobs, as well as the decline of the U.S. as an exporting industrial power also is a massive weakness of the U.S. that the Europeans can and no doubt will exploit to their own economic and political advantage .

Europe still has a significant industrial base, and a large portion of their outsourcing is done in nations that are geographically contiguous to Europe itself. While they do some outsourcing to India and China, they also do a large amount of outsourcing to the Balkans and the ex- Warsaw Pact Nations which greatly lowers their transportation problems, while the U.S. is withdrawing a lot of its outsourced industry from geographically close countries like Canada and Mexico, for places like China and India. This makes our economy far more fragile, and certainly more vulnerable than the European economy.

America is desperately attempting to prevent the formation of an E.U. military/ Russian economic and military alliance which would be ipso facto, a catastrophe from the PNAC point of view. In fact the fall of the Soviet Bloc may be something that will be regretted by those who are claiming it to be one of the great accomplishments of Reagan’s neo con government.

Most of the Warsaw Pact is and the Baltics are now a part of the E.U. All that would be necessary would be for the Russians to form some alliance in order for the entire continental Europe up to the Urals to form a unified continental force. If Turkey were to join such a union, as they have expressed a desire to, this alliance will reach the borders of the Middle East and be able to challenge the U.S for dominations over the region.

The Table of Contents

  • Trump claims victory at Nato summit after fresh row over defence spending
  • Time for a Mercy Killing at NATO
  • How to Start a Nuclear War: The increasingly direct road to ruin
  • Another Season of Despair
  • Secrecy News
  • Rising ocean waters from global warming could cost trillions of dollars

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TBR News July 12, 2018

Jul 11 2018 Published by under Uncategorized

The voice of him that crieth in the wilderness, Isaiah 40:3-8

Washington, D.C. July 12, 2018: ” Trump Supporter Engineering Exam

  1. Calculate the smallest limb diameter on a persimmon tree that will support a 10-pound possum.
  2. Which of the following cars will rust out the quickest when placed on blocks in your front yard? 66 Ford Fairlane, 69 Chevrolet Chevelle, 64 Pontiac GTO.
  3. If your uncle builds a still that operates at a capacity of 20 gallons of shine per hour, how many car radiators are necessary to condense the product?
  4. A woodcutter has a chain saw that operates at 2700 rpm. The density of the pine trees in a plot to be harvested is 470 per acre. The plot is 2.3 acres in size. The average tree diameter is 14 inches. How many Budweisers will it take to cut the trees?
  5. If every old refrigerator in the state vented a charge of R-12 simultaneously, what would be the decrease in the ozone layer?
  6. A front porch is constructed of 2×8 pine on 24-inch centers with a field rock foundation. The span is 8 feet and the porch length is 16 feet. The porch floor is 1-inch rough sawn pine. When the porch collapses, how many hound dogs will be killed?
  7. A man owns a Tennessee house and 3.7 acres of land in a hollow with an average slope of 15%. The man has 5 children. Can each of the children place a mobile home on the man’s land?
  8. A 2-ton truck is overloaded and proceeding 900 yards down a steep grade on a secondary road at 45 mph. The brakes fail. Given the average traffic on secondary roads, what are the chances that it will strike a vehicle that has a muffler?
  9. A coalmine operates a NFPA Class 1, Division 2 Hazardous Area. The mine employs 120 miners per shift. A gas warning is issued at the beginning of 3rd shift. How many cartons of unfiltered Camels will be smoked during the shift?
  10. At a reduction in gene pool variability rate of 7.5% per generation, how long will it take a town that has been bypassed by the interstate to breed a country-western singer?
  11. 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.

The Table of Contents

  • Why Europe Will Ignore Trump’s Wrath Over Nord Stream 2
  • Trump: How much of Germany’s gas comes from Russia?
  • ‘Make them pariahs’: how shaming Trump aides became a resistance tactic
  • Trump and Brexit Have Chaos in Common — A Symptom of Political Self-Harm
  • Coastal Cities Race to Keep Tabs on Rising Seas, Skyrocketing Costs
  • A HISTORY OF THE SWEDISH PEOPLE
  • Where did the Finns come from? 

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TBR News July 11, 2018

Jul 11 2018 Published by under Uncategorized

The voice of him that crieth in the wilderness, Isaiah 40:3-8

Washington, D.C. July 11, 2018: “A few years ago in southern France, there was a group of people who established a barter system. An electrician might, for instance, rewire a farmer’s house in return for three months’ supply of milk, eggs and vegetables. A farmer might give a local mechanic an amount of fresh meat for converting his vehicles to run on methane, produced from cowshit and other organic material stockpiled by the commune for that purpose.

They were arrested for tax evasion.

Of course, it was more a case of tax avoidance, which is not illegal, but the finer points of legality tend to be overlooked by our democratic leaders whenever they perceive a threat to the status quo.

Their rejection of money as a unit of trade amongst themselves was certainly in the spirit of anarchism and it was that small gesture of quiet rebellion that had provoked such a reaction from the authorities.

Although our rulers attempt to scare us with propaganda images depicting anarchists as violent, aggressive thugs, they do not see the pseudo-anarchists in question as a threat. However, they do see people who organise themselves into groups and opt out of the system as a very serious threat indeed, especially when it involves losing tax revenue.

For decades, our rulers have been buying off the redundant working classes with bribes in the form of social security benefits, financed by taxes levied on the decreasing number of Westerners contributing to the economy as it winds down. As the Bush years show, they have also been pillaging the economy to line their own pockets before the termite-ridden structure we call Western Civilisation comes crashing down. This is where the taxes and contributions we have been paying into the system since World War Two have gone.

A further decade of George Soros’ “untrammeled capitalism” finds the economy imitating the Titanic, listing gently to port a few hours after the collision with the iceberg, with a few delusional rich people on the upper decks pretending everything is perfectly alright whilst those locked into the slowly flooding lower decks are very aware of impending oblivion.

Meanwhile, the moneybags sit on dry land, cushioned by vast reserves of money, which is why, even if Westerners wish to send Capitalism the way of Communism, Fascism and National Socialism, Anarchism will never be allowed to catch on.”   Continue Reading »

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