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TBR News March 20, 2014

Mar 20 2014 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House



Washington, D.C. March 20, 2014:  “It is by no means a secret that the Arctic territories hold vast untapped reserves of oil and gas. They have increasingly been at the center of disputes between the United States, Russia, Canada, Norway and Denmark as rising global temperatures have led to a massive reduction in sea ice and have thus made these  energy reserves more accessible.


Russia has made claims to several Arctic shelf areas and plans to defend its bid at the United Nations, initially, or by a serious show of force if they are unable to secure this UN approval.


As the immense cover of the Arctic icecap has melted, commercial companies from Canada, Denmark, Norway, Russia, and, most especially,  the United States — the five countries that have a border with the Arctic — have been frantically attempting to secure rights to drill for oil and natural gas in places that are now accessible.


The Russian Federation is claiming a large extended continental shelf as far as the North Pole based on the Lomonosov Ridge within their Arctic sector. Moscow believes the eastern Lomonosov Ridge is an extension of the Siberian continental shelf.


As a significant amount of oil and gas are strongly believed in these areas, naturally American interests strongly object to Russian possession and these objections are finding reception in both the CIA and the White House (which is ever receptive to business needs.)  Some years ago, the CIA’s Head of the Canada desk, on his own initiative, believed that the US should take physical control of Canada’s natural resources and for that reason, supported the Quebec libre movement with weapons, and tactical support. His hope, according to his papers, was that if Quebec broke away from the Confederation, Canada might well break up and if that happened, the United States could, at the least, get its hands on British Columbia with its physical attachment to Alaska and its untapped natural resources. And American conservatives could find allies in Alberta and the Arctic and help drive North American energy production, both fossil fuel and renewable, in ways that would make current arguments over the Keystone oil pipeline redundant.


Since the successful annexation by Putin of the Crimea, with its vital and highly desired naval base, the growing idea now being pushed in the top intelligence and political levels in Washington, is the creation of a domestic situation in Canada that would permit the US to annex it, all 4 million square miles of it, in toto, to the United States. This would result in American control of the northern part of Canada that abuts on the Arctic areas and to enable a massive American buildup desogmed to serve as a warning to Putin not to have Russia develop oil or gas in the Arctic. The present Canadian military forces are viewed as no threat to American putative military action. Instead, the United States is planning an “Arctic Commission” that would force the countries bordering on it to “universalize” the area with, of course, the “conservation-conscious” American and British oil companies having the sole right of “sensitive” drilling. Hyping this conservation angle is one of the developing aspects of the project. “Saave the Arctic seals!” is one considered project with full expected cooperation from American and Canadian conservation groups being currently cultivated and promised payment.


 In furtherance of this annexation project, at a summit in Mexico last month celebrating the 20th anniversary of the North American Free Trade Agreement, Canadian prime minister Stephen Harper and US and Mexican presidents Barack Obama and Enrique Peña Nieto all urged “regional trade harmonisation” as a counterweight to China and Russia and agreed on a new fast-track border scheme for “trusted” travellers to move between the nations involved. This is designed solely to prevent both Russian and Chinese businessmen free access to the nations involved but also to prevent any inter-nation movement of political agitatiors whom President Obama said ought to be jailed for anti-democratic attitudes.


Being groomed for long-term service in Alaska, and possibly, with  official Canadian permission (or without if necessary), in Canada, are elements of the 25th Infantry Division


 The 25th Infantry Division (‘Electric Strawberry’)

 Cmdr: MG Kurt Fuller 2012–present


1st Brigade Combat Team (Stryker) “Arctic Wolves” (under United States Army Alaska)


184th Military Intelligence Company

185th Military Intelligence Company

4th Brigade Combat Team (Airborne) “Spartan” (under United States Army Alaska)

1st Battalion (Attack Reconnaissance), 25th Aviation Regiment (AH-64) “Gunfighters”


Note: There will be more detailed information on this subject in the coming months. Ed Continue Reading »

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TBR News March 14, 2014

Mar 13 2014 Published by under Uncategorized


The Voice of the White House


            Washington, D.C. March 13, 2014: “I was recently sent a link for a book published on Amazon.                                    


            This book entiteled “Jesus the Essene by a Dr. Kushner, creates an approach-avoidance conflict. On the one hand, it is very well researched and I can find no fault with the scholarship. On the other hand, the conclusions of the author are, to be conservative, very unsettling. It is true that there are no period writings about the historical Jesus and it is also true that rumors about one of the Dead Sea scrolls have been floating about for some time but the thesis that Jesus was born in Alexandria, that he had two older brothers (effectively demolishing the virgin birth stories) and that Jesus was a practicing member of the Essene religious cult is a very disturbing one indeed. It is fairly well known in scholarly circles that the Essenes were clearly an agricultural and religious community that was exclusively male and without a doubt of a homosexual nature.


            If this scroll in question is authentic to the period, as it appears to be, the entire dogma of the Christian church comes sharply into question. Dr. Kushner, one learns from Internet exploration, has also written a work highly negative to the person of Mohammad but like the current book on Jesus, it is well written and well researched. This is not a book for young people nor those of a strong religious cast of mind. For more reflective persons, I recommend it as a very thoughtful piece of writing. Continue Reading »

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