TBR News May 16, 2018

May 16 2018

The Voice of the White House  

Washington, D.C. May 16, 2018:”Trump is not a stable person and is doing terrible damage to Amercan political and business both domestically and abroad. Netanyahu and the rabid right wing politicians in Isreal have made the error of believing Trump’s support will permit them to destroy the Palestinians with American permission. He may have Trump’s permission but the results of his pogrom will so outrage the rest of the civilized world that Trump will have to change his mind (which he does regularly and without regard to truth or morality) and Israel will then be facing legions of outraged Muslims. He can always come back to the United States but he is now too fat and ugly to model ladies underwear as he did the last time he lived in that country.”


Table of Contents

  • Newly Uncovered Pages From Anne Frank’s Diary Reveal Risqué Jokes
  • The Anne Frank Diary Fraud
  • Fist-size gunshot wounds, pulverized bones, inadmissible use of force by Israel in Gaza – HRW to RT
  • S. Media Whitewashes Gaza Massacre
  • Israel’s violent rule increasingly driving liberal American Jews on to the streets
  • We don’t need your permission: Russia responds to US condemnation of Crimean Bridge
  • Russian economy under Putin: Quality of life tripled, foreign debt fell 75%
  • Russia Economic Outlook
  • In Taking Crimea, Putin Gains a Sea of Fuel Reserves

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TBR News May 15, 2018

May 15 2018

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C. May 15, 2018:”As an act of unbalanced stupidity, Trump’s gushing love of Israel has seldom been equaled. Trump has alienated American allies everywhere and created such an image of aggression, stupidity and arrogance that no one, friend, former friend or enemy has anything but contempt for his incompetence and fear for his psychotic reactions to criticism. He is succeeding in unifying everyone against him, both in American and global economic and political circles. Absent, of course, the shrieking delight on the part of the Israeli Ashkenazi who are hoping that Trump will use the American military to attack Israeli enemies. They want to fight to the limit of American power and lives.”


Table of Contents

  • An anniversary, an embassy, and the destructive power of Donald Trump by DW Editor-in-Chief Ines Pohl
  • Israel at 70: Bibi’s Troubled Hour of Power by Patrick J. Buchanan
  • The Guardian view on Gaza shootings: stop killing unarmed civilians
  • Gaza residents to bury dead from Israel border protest
  • Zionism vs Democracy by Joel Timmerman
  • Israel and Palestine Human Rights Watch
  • A short flight to Armageddon: Trump & Netanyahu bringing us closer to end of times by George Galloway
  • The 1948 UN Bunche Report

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TBR News May 14, 2018

May 14 2018

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C. May 14, 2018:” On August 21st, 2008, the Iranian MV Iran Deyanat, a 44468 dead weight tonnage carrier. that is  owned and operated by the Islamic Republic of Iran Shipping Lines (IRISL) – a state-owned company run by the Iranian military that was sanctioned by the U.S. Department of the Treasury for its false manifests and traffic in forbidden nuclear materials, was seized by Somali pirates to be held for their usual ransom.

The ship had set sail from Nanjing, China, July 28, 2008

The Old Nanking Port of Nanjing is the largest inland port in China, yearly reaching 108.59 million tons in 2007. The port area is 98 kilometers (61 mi) in length and has 64 berths including 16 berths for ships with a tonnage of more than 10,000. Nanjing is also the biggest container port along the Yangtze River; in March 2004, the one million container-capacity base, Longtan Containers Port Area opened, further consolidating Nanjing as the leading port in the region.

During her stay at Nanjing, the MV Iran Deyanat was loaded primarily with eight cargo containers, lined with lead and with electronic locks. The 20 ft containers are  8’ wide, and carry a load of 48,060 lb per container. This special container cargo had a total load of 384,480 pounds which consisted of packaged of nuclear waste that originated at the Tianwan 1&2 Atomic plants from Jiangsu Province (built in 2007) Once the radiation death of many of the pirates (16) became known, reporters attempting to contact responsible officials in the Pentagon and the Department of State were told these officials refused to comment on any of the implications of the cargo. The ship’s manifest was falsified but the deadly cargo was supposed to be headed for Rotterdam and an unspecified “German client.”

Much of the story was covered in a London Times article which was subsequently removed from that paper’s archive and the initial story was tailored by the ‘Long War Journal,’ a website with close connections to the Department of Defense and the CIA. It tended to dismiss the entire question of a radioactive cargo and instead, discussed unspecified chemicals.

Let us say that a mythical ship, the Extreme Venture, picks up a cargo at an approved port and sails off to another port that is also approved. Again, if a country or entity wanting to take a dangerous cargo to the same port, it need only paint out its name, change its radio call signs, and using the methodology instituted by the U.S., enter, for example, the port of Haifa a day in advance of the real Extreme Venture. Having passed all the approved requirements, it can enter the harbor, proceed to an assigned dock, unload its containers onto waiting trucks and sail out of the harbor without let or hindrance. And the next day when the real Extreme Venture arrives, one can expect that the security people would be in a state of frenzy. By that time, the fake Extreme venture has put yet another name on her bows and stern, run up another flag and using shipping information easily available on the internet, become another innocent cargo ship among many.

The American view, known to several other countries, is that as both the United States and Israel have been at the forefront of violent verbal attacks against, and threats of violence to, Iran, they are now the prime targets of what, at the worst case scenario, could amount to a commercial delivery of least 16 containers of deadly radioactive material, mixed with high explosives.

One of the largest cargo container ports in America, Long Beach, California, has DHS inspection teams at work on a round the clock basis but because of the huge volume of traffic, only 2% of the cargo containers can be checked thoroughly at any given time. This means that should another Iranian cargo container, sailing under a false flag and with a false manifest, dock at Long Beach and offload her deadly cargo, there is a 98% chance that it could avoid any kind of inspection, be loaded onto waiting trucks and shipped to destinations all over the United States.”

  • Gearing Up for the Third Gulf War
  • Kim Jong-un: The Commie Who Came in From the ColdIs he North Korea’s Gorbachev?
  • US exceptionalism Trump-style: Believing no deal can work without America
  • ‘Terrible massacre’: Israel kills 43, injures 2,200 Gaza protesters as US embassy opens in Jerusalem
  • The Great Majority of Jews Today Have No Historical or Ethnic Relationship to Palestine
  • Israel in control in Washington
  • Pastor who prayed at embassy opening is ‘a religious bigot’ says Mitt Romney
  • Different…but the same!
  • Brother and Sisters in Christ!!!!
  • Popular encrypted email standards are unsafe – European researchers
  • Employers are monitoring computers, toilet breaks – even emotions. Is your boss watching you?
  • Thieves suck millions out of Mexican banks in transfer heist

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TBR News May 13, 2018

May 13 2018

The Voice of the White House  

Washington, D.C. May 13, 2018:”Bureaucratic Washington is always a seething caldron of gossip intermixed with state secrets, lies and rampant self-importance.

At present, rolling waves of excited gabble about two subjects.

The first is about certain highly unacceptable chronic behavior patterns of the sitting President, unacceptable in the sense that if they became public and gained credence, would result a wave of pubic revulsion and demands for his removal from office.

The second concerns the official plans to launch a war against Iran.

As I have said, there are no secrets in Washington and all one has to do is to sit in the lobby of the Cosmos Club or certain restaurants and many rumors, truths and slanders can be heard from chattering people.”

Table of Contents

  • The planned US/Israeli attack on Iran
  • Iran’s military power: What you need to know
  • Rhetoric over U.S. exit from Iran deal rises amid sanctions threat
  • Europe moves to safeguard interests in Iran after U.S. pullout
  • Michael Cohen is ‘in business’. But just what sort of business is he in?
  • The Deep State First – Madness On Both Ends of the Acela Corridor
  • As Gaza Sinks Into Desperation, A New Book Makes the Case Against Israeli Brutality
  • Pentagon to keep backing Lebanon military, despite Hezbollah gains
  • We created poverty. Algorithms won’t make that go away

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TBR News May 12, 2018

May 12 2018

The Voice of the White House  

Washington, D.C. May 12, 2018:” The U.S. intelligence community, the FBI, the CIA and the NSA uses Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) to conduct surveillance on foreign targets outside the country. Emails are routinely intercepted and entered in data bases and checked by personnel for information. In September of 2017, an email send to Slovenia by the wife of the President was intercepted and filed and eight months later, retrieved and read. In this message, according to an official who has seen and read it, she wished to return to her home in Yugoslavia and bring her young son with her. She stated various reasons for her wishes and also was most emphatic as to why she did not want her son anywhere near her husband. This intercept is now making the rounds in official Washington and at least one reader plans to post it, in toto, on the Internet. Considering all the factors involved, this does not seem like a successful plan.”


Table of Contents

  • The Broken Encirclement Plan: Nato in Eastern Europe
  • Torture? Let’s Also Not Forget Assassination
  • Israel Nudges Trump Towards War With Iran
  • Trump approaches geopolitics like The Apprentice – but this is not his show
  • White House official mocked ‘dying’ Senator McCain: media
  • Germany seeks Russian support after Donald Trump’s Iran decision
  • Trump Strikes a Deep Blow to Trans-Atlantic Ties

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TBR News May 11, 2018

May 11 2018

The Voice of the White House  

Washington, D.C. May 11, 2018: “It is well-known in Washington that Donald Trump is a very vocal racist. He uses the ‘nigger’ word constantly, hates Obama and is determined to ‘root out’ Mexican, Central American and Muslims from the United States. His frantic staff is terrified that Trump will use ‘inappropriate’ language concerning these groups in front of members of the media or other inconvenient people. As Trump has very little self-control and his often irrationally outspoken, their fears are not unfounded.”

Table of Contents

  • The anti-Obama: Trump’s drive to destroy his predecessor’s legacy
  • Are Bibi and Bolton in the Wheel House Now?
  • Trump’s Ten Lies: A Response to the Iran Nuclear Agreement Speech
  • Europe Must Resist the US to Salvage the Iran Nuclear Deal
  • Business Is Booming for the U.K.’s Spy Tech Industry
  • Department of Defense
  • Iran denies attacking Israeli positions

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TBR News May 10, 2018

May 10 2018

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C. May 10, 2018: “By his mindless support of Israel, manifested in the withdrawal by the US from agreements with Iran, President Trump has again badly shaken world confidence in his capability of leading the United States in world affairs. His perceived instability appears in the media on a regular basis and inside the Beltway, Trump is viewed as a menace to both domestic and foreign peace. And now we learn from Washington people that certain highly damaging letters written by Trump to a friend when he was in a military academy are circulating. I have read these when they were sent to me and if they are ever published, Trump will be finished as a reputable figure, not only in the United States but across the planet.”


Table of Contents

  • Arms and Influence
  • Trump’s rejection of Iran nuclear deal may be Israel’s dream moment
  • Syria’s Bashar Assad talks ‘world war,’ chemical weapons and political solution in new interview
  • Peter Thiel and Palantir Are at the Heart of the Iran Nuclear Deal
  • Lawsuit against U.S. border searches of phones can move forward: judge
  • The Rise of Russia and the ‘End of the World’

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TBR News May 9, 2018

May 09 2018

The Voice of the White House 

Washington, D.C. May 9, 2018:” In the history of Israeli espionage in and against the United States, the case of Jonathan Pollard was certainly the most heinous. Stanford graduate Pollard, a civilian U.S. naval intelligence analyst, provided Israeli intelligence with an estimated 800,000 pages of highly classified U.S. intelligence information. An FBI report indicates that Pollard stole more secret documents than any other American traitor. Among other things, Pollard stole a 10 volume guide to the means by which the NSA intercepted foreign intelligence messages, a thick computer file of U.S. agent reports from foreign countries that easily pin-pointed the agent and their locale. Pollard also supplied his handlers many highly classified U.S. codes.  The Israelis in turn immediately passed this stolen information to the Soviets, thereby compromising American intelligence (CIA and military) agents in the field – a significant number of whom were captured and killed as a result.

Israel at first denied, and then, faced with overwhelming evidence, admitted, (after he was arrested in 1985, convicted and sentenced to life in prison,) that they were well aware of Pollard’s connections to the Mossad and an Israeli Air Force intelligence unit working out of the Israeli Embassy in Washington.

The case created severe strains in American-Israeli relations, and is a source of ongoing rage for many American Jews, who believe that since Pollard was spying for Israel, he had an imperative obligation to do this and that his life sentence was unduly harsh.

Many Jewish groups in the United States, acting in concert with high level Israeli officials have constantly importuned American Presidents to pardon Pollard and permit him to emigrate to Israel where he has been promised a large sum of cash and a seat in the Israeli Knesset.

Pollard also offered top secret U.S. government documents to other countries besides Israel (New York Times, January 16, 1999.)

Any attempt to understand the official U.S. response to any accusations of Israeli espionage in the United States as well as to comprehend the media response must take into account both the smoke screen that states blow over incidents that could jeopardize their strategic alliances, and America’s unique and complex relationship with Israel. The Jewish state is a close if problematic ally with whom the United States enjoys a “special relationship” unlike that maintained with any other nation in the world.

But U.S. and Israeli interests do not always coincide, and spying has always been deemed to cross a line, to represent a fundamental violation of trust. According to intelligence sources, the United States might perhaps secretly tolerate some Israeli spying on U.S. soil if the American government decided that it was in our interest, such as observation and infiltration of pro-Palestine Arab groups legally resident in the United States (although it could never be acknowledged), but certain types of spying will simply not be accepted by the United States, whether the spying is carried out by Israel or anyone else.

If England spied on the United States, as she aggressively did for years, and this was discovered, American officials would, and did, conceal it. In the case of Israel, there are far stronger reasons to hide any unseemly violations of the “special” relationship.

The powerful pro-Israel political constituencies in Congress; pro-Israel lobbies; the Bush administration’s strong support for Israel, and its strategic and political interest in maintaining close ties with the Jewish state as a partner in the “war against terror”; the devastating consequences for U.S.-Israeli relations if it was suspected that Israeli agents might have known about the Sept. 11 attack — all these factors explain why the U.S. government might publicly downplay any public accusation of Israeli espionage against the United States and forcefully conceal any investigation that might be expected to produce results unacceptable to the Israel lobby and the American Jewish community that firmly supports it.”

The pro-Israel lobby is an enormous and very powerful force in American politics; the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, or AIPAC, is the No. 1 foreign-policy lobby in Washington and the fourth most powerful lobby in Washington, according to Fortune Magazine. Other powerful and influential pro-Israel groups include the Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs (JINSA), the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), and the Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting in America (CAMERA).”


Table of Contents

  • Trump just manufactured a national security crisis for no reason
  • Trump’s Iran nuclear deal exit dangerous for the world
  • Firm tied to Russian oligarch gave Michael Cohen $500,000, says Stormy Daniels’ lawyer
  • Breakingviews – U.S. fires trio of bullets at own foot over Iran
  • This New Tool Helps You Turn Off Facebook’s Surveillance and Reclaim Some Privacy
  • Fresh U.S. Sanctions Not Likely to Strangle Iran’s Oil Market
  • Donald Trump withdraws US from Iran nuclear deal: How the world reacted
  • Hezbollah makes strong showing in Lebanon elections
  • Hezbollah missile arsenal
  • Global warming is melting Antarctic ice from below
  • ‘Fate worse than death’: What are the fears surrounding human re-animation?

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TBR News May 8, 2018

May 08 2018

The Voice of the White House 

Washington, D.C. May 8, 2018: “President Trump is not an easy person to work with. He has a violent temper, is very vindictive towards anyone who has the temerity to disagree with him, changes his mind and goals very often and, in general, is considered to be an egotistical and irrational person.

Herewith is a list of the senior members of his administration he has either rudely fired, forced to quit or who have left his employ in disgust:

Ty Cobb, White House special counsel

Tom Bossert, homeland security adviser

Michael Anton, National Security Council spokesperson

David Shulkin, secretary of veterans affairs

H.R. McMaster, national security adviser

Andrew McCabe, FBI deputy director

Rex Tillerson, secretary of state

John McEntee, Trump’s personal assistant

Gary Cohn, director of the National Economic Council

Josh Raffel, deputy White House communications director

Hope Hicks, White House communications director

Rachel Brand, associate attorney general

Rob Porter, White House staff secretary

Brenda Fitzgerald, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Rick Dearborn, deputy White House chief of staff

Omarosa Manigault-Newman, director of communications for the White House Office of Public Liaison

Dina Powell, deputy national security adviser

Tom Price, secretary of health and human services

Sebastian Gorka, deputy assistant to the president focusing on national security and terrorism

Steve Bannon, White House chief strategist

Carl Icahn, special adviser to the president on regulatory matters

Sean Spicer, White House press secretary

Anthony Scaramucci, White House communications director

Reince Priebus, White House chief of staff

Walter Shaub, director of the Office of Government Ethics

James Comey, FBI director

Michael Dubke, White House communications director

Vivek H. Murthy, surgeon general

K.T. McFarland, deputy national security adviser

Katie Walsh, White House deputy chief of staff

Michael Flynn, national security adviser

Preet Bharara, US attorney for the Southern District of New York

Sally Yates, acting attorney general”


Table of Contents

  • The Ultimatum: Europe’s Last Ditch Effort to Save Iran Deal
  • Don’t Trash the Nuclear Deal!
  • Trump and Netanyahu Could Fall Into a War with Iran
  • In Plots to Smear Obama Aides and George Soros, Israeli Spies for Hire Attack Netanyahu’s Enemies
  • Point: The mainstream media’s misdirection on Jerusalem
  • Counterpoint: Israel and Occupied Palestinian Territories 2017/2018

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TBR News May 7, 2018

May 07 2018

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C. May 7, 2018: “Trump as a businessman

Trump has said “I’m the best businessman in the world because I know how to negotiate!”

1.Trump built four casinos for three billion dollars.

They all went bankrupt and many contractors and employees lost huge money.

2.Trump bought the Trump Plaza Hotel for four hundred million dollars.

It was repossessed by the lending bank.

3.Trump bought a yacht for twenty nine million dollars.

It, too, was repossessed by the lending bank.

4.Trump created Trump Airlines for three hundred and sixty five million dollars

This, too, failed and the stock was repossessed by CitiBank

  1. Trump created Trump Mortgage, Trump Vodka and Trump Steaks.

All of these collapsed.

The following other Trump business creations also collapsed:

  1. GoTrump (online travel site)
  2. Trump: The Game
  3. Trump Magazine
  4. Trump University
  5. Trump Ice (bottled water)
  6. The New Jersey Generals (pro football team)
  7. Tour de Trump (bicycle race)
  8. Trump Network (nutritional supplements)
  9. Trumped! (syndicated radio spot)

Now Trump has embarked on his most ambitions business venture to date, running the United States government.

How long will it be before this, too, collapses?”



Table of Contents

  • Variations on a Theme of ‘The Revolution Betrayed’
  • As gentrification escalates in Calif., people wonder: Where can the homeless go?
  • Poland’s Holocaust law triggers tide of abuse against Auschwitz museum
  • Iran says could remain in nuclear deal if its interests guaranteed: TV
  • How Customs and Border Protection Illegally Tried to Unmask a Rogue Twitter Account
  • Face to Face: Saudi Arabia-Iran
  • Conversations with the Crow

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