Archive for August, 2016

TBR News August 21, 2016

Aug 21 2016 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C. August 21, 2016: “The West, led by the United States, has always viewed Turkey, with its large and capable military, as an asset. The Armenian massacres were put away and forgotten and Turkey was used as a base of operations against the Soviet Union. The country has had more CIA personnel inside its borders than any other country, aside from Germany (which is packed with them). When Russia began to assist Assad in Syria in his fight against American-backed rebels, his bombing raids totally disrupted the flow of looted Syrian oil to Turkey where their President and members of his family were able to great profit from the thefts. The Russian attacks on the rebels also killed a number of CIA personnel who were in place, training them. It was then suggested by instigators that the Turks could punish Russia, a traditional enemy, for their aerial slaughter of American agents and the interdiction of Syrian oil by making a statement. That statement was to shoot down a Russian bomber and warn Russia it had gone too far. Turkey was also assured of “unconditional Western support (via Nato) in the event of Russian military intervention. Instead of sending in Russian troops, Putin clamped economic restrictions on Turkey that were extremely costly for the Turks but were insufficient to permit Nato to respond. The West did nothing but wring their hands and the once-reliable Turks began to look for allies elsewhere. Moynihan was right when he said: For a quarter of a century the CIA has been repeatedly wrong about every major political and economic question entrusted to its analysis.’ Continue Reading »

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TBR News August 20, 2016

Aug 20 2016 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C. August 20, 2016: “Washington official circles are extremely angry with Turkey for Erdrogan’s approaches to both Vladimir Putin and the PRC. Although Turkey and Russia have been traditional enemies, Erdrogan is furious with the United States’ perceived hostility to his growing dictatorial graspings and is moving, in public, towards a Russian alliance. He has, in essence, walking away from Nato and also on the disintegrating EU. Turkey is also involved with the Shanghai Cooperation Organization that also involves Russia and Iran. Erdrogen is seeking a military and economic alliance with Russia and an economic alliance with the PRC.

Russia feels that Turkish assistance could assist them in their support of Assad. True, Turkey is basically Sunni in the Moslem faith and since the Saudi-organized IS is an arm militant of that branch of the faith, they clandestinely cooperate with IS.Turkey is also afraid of the Kurdish separatists because about 25% of Turkey’s population is Kurdish and must be silenced. Turkey is now also communicating with Iran and this could result in an armistice between the Jihadic Sunnis

Russia clearly sees that it would be important to gain Turkey’s assistance in containing the Sunnis in Syria, as well as achieving strong influence in the Middle East.

The United States and the EU/Nato people do not wish to have a and the other NATO countries don’t want to appear to have an open breach with Erdroden. They do not want to force Turkey out of Nato and the EU does not want to so antagonize him that he reneges on his refugee acceptance agreement

Erdogan is outraged that the United States will not extradite Fethullah Gulen to Turkey. They blame him, with justification, for instigating the recent failed putsch and feel, again with justification, the elements in the American intelligence community were also involved.

The incident in which the Turks shot down a Russian plane was instigated by the CIA who told Erdogen that if Russia attacked them because of this, Nato would rush to their defense. Nato did not and Putin retaliated with economic sanctions against Turkey that did very considerable damage to that country. As is their habit, the CIA expressed dismay at the sanctions but did nothing to support Erdogen. In essence, like their behavior in the Ukraine, they ran away.

It is obvious from all of this that Vladimir Putin is always two, or three, steps ahead of his trade enemies in Washington. It is a pity that the United States cannot find a statesman like Putin to run the country as Putin does for Russia.

Instead, the American people are ruled by business and banking cartels and her leading politicians have all the integrity of a Bessarabian rag picker.” Continue Reading »

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TB News August 19, 2016

Aug 19 2016 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C. August 19, 2016: “The current hyped anti-Russian rhetoric coming from official Washington is not a reflection of physical threats from that country but simply a pathetic, and non-effectve reprise of the cold war which started in 1948.

Russia is not really viewed as a military threat but she is seen as an ecomomic one. Russia has an enormous, and potentially very valuable, land mass. She has control of serious amounts of oil, so important to American economics and she is seen in Wasington as a real political, not military, threat to American frantic attempts to defend her position as the leader of the world.

The United States does have a huge military machine but it is obsolete in many aspects and its costs to maintain are putting a burden on the American taxpayers that is causing serious domestic problems.

America is no longer a significant producing nation and instead of maintaining its position in an economic sense, she is attempting to do so by destroying any major potential economic rival.

Hence we see CIA unrest gendered in the Ukraine, sanctions, press attacks and on and on. England was once the most powerful nation on earth but like all economic/military empires, she began to slip and much of this slippage was due entirely to rising German economic might.

England could not tolerate another rival and so the propaganda war against Germans began.

This ended in the First World War and the eventualy reduction of the once-powerful British Empire to the level of a third world country.

What goes up, always comes down.” Continue Reading »

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TBR News August 18, 2016

Aug 18 2016 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C. August 18, 2016: “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.” Continue Reading »

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TBR News August 17, 2016

Aug 17 2016 Published by under Uncategorized


The Voice of the White House  

Washington, D.C. August 17, 2016: “As we have mentioned previously, a number of government agencies are personally enriching their membership by seizing money from people under the pretext that is it “terrorist” money or from legal pot growing. The CIA makes huge money from shipping raw opium from Afghanistan to Columbia for processing into heroin so why shouldn’t other agencies enrich themselves? Eventually, sooner if not later, the general public will become fed up with giggling police shooting three year old black kids who point pacifiers at them in a menacing and life-threatening manner and will overreact. And then the thieves will punish them by shooting down more of them in peaceful assemblages.” Continue Reading »

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TBR News August 16, 2016

Aug 16 2016 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House  

Washington, D.C. August 16, 2016: “The Internet has proven to be the greatest source of information since lunatic Christians burnt down the library of Alexandria. Anything being sought, be it an address or an in-depth analysis of Dead Sea scrolls, is there and is the main reason that the famous Encyclopedia Britannica has gone out of business.

At the same time, because it is open to one and all, the Internet is also a breeding ground for a legion of strange persons with a frantic desire to air their pet theses, themselves and their friends.

We see earnest discussions about the 1963 assassination of President Kennedy,the Sinister Truth about Hurricane Katrina, Tesla Death Rays used to bring down the buildings of the WTC, balanced with other information proving beyone a shadow of a doubt that Russian bombers were used. We also discover the evil plottings of the Illuminiati, a group that has been long gone, or that the Rothschild banking house had taken over the whole world. And from one source, now long  vanished, we discover that Houston was destroyed by a nuclear bomb set off by Jewish radicals or that the Fukishima disaster was really caused by an Israeli submarine, using German-made nuclear torpedos! The media, the print and television media, publishes, or does not publish, what the establishment requires but the Internet is impossible to control. Influence, yes, but control, no.

Reading the officially-sanctioned newsites can be highly amusing.

Yes, the Internet can entertain as well as inform.” Continue Reading »

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TBR News August 15, 2016

Aug 14 2016 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House 

Washington, D.C. August 15, 2016: “There are only two really superior intelligence agencies exant today. One is the Roman Catholic Church and the other is the Russian GRU. The rest are either in the pockets of the Russians or the Americans and are, to be generous, second and often third class. It is well-known in American intelligence circles that the British intelligence, once highly competent, is entirely in American hands and the Russians have their hands on Wikileaks and when Edward Snowden flew to Moscow, the GRU made what is probably the most impressive intelligence coup in history. There is not one “secret” internet system that has not been broken and entered by hostile intelligence agencies but the many users of these systems are apparently unaware of it.” Continue Reading »

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TBR News August 14, 2016

Aug 14 2016 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C. August 14, 2016: “There are four very serious issues that lie dormant behind deliberate media silence.

These are:

  1. The MERS mortgage scam, created by the government to hide the fact that over 75 million Americans will never be able to sell or remortgage their homes. Wyhy? Because, with the help of crooked banks and a few equally crooked lawmakers, mortgages were put together in packages, sliced up and sold overseas. The result is that no one knows who owns a mortgage and because of that, the mortgage can never be traced to any one person and the owner of the home is out of luck.
  2. The rising unemployment in the United States which has reached slightly over 25%. The highest the unemployment rate was during the Great Depressions of ’29 and ’38 was 14%. This is never mentioned anywhere in the media and is papered over to keep the voters happy.
  3. The student loan fraud which were hyped “student loans” pushed off on unsuspecting college students, some as high as 40 thousand dollars. These loans draw interest and because of rampant unemployment, they cannot be repaid. The result is, as planned, that these loans are turned over to aggressive bill collectors who seize property, bank accounts, cars and personal property. The for-profit universities and colleges get 50% of what the bill-collectors can extort from the student victims and the rest of the money goes to the school.
  4. The increasingly blatant thefts by government agencies of money from citizens, without any due process, and usually on the spurious ground of “terrorist” or “criminal suspected activities.” This is pure theft but since the agencies always get away with this, it is considered good business.

These are subjects that are long overdue for public exposure and this exposure is surely coming.” Continue Reading »

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TBR News August 13, 2016

Aug 13 2016 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C. August 13, 2016: “Hillary Clinton, in the White House, was known for violent and erratic behavior, and no one in the White House enjoyed working with her.

She was subject to sudden, and unexplained, bursts of rage during which she screamed vulgarities at staff members, was extremely rude and abusive to Secret Service agents and was known to have verbally abused her husband in front of staff members.

Questions about her sexual orientation arose and it appeared that she was jealous of her husband’s interest in women whom she also was attracted to.

At one point in time, while living in New York, Hillary, who tended to be unstable on her feet, fell down and struck the right side of her head on an object on the floor. This resulted in a blood clot in the right sphere of her brain and she was under treatment for this by a neurologist for a considerable time, and her increasingly bizarre behavior, manifested while under stress, was treated by a New York psychiatrist.

Recently, a hacker managed to get into these files and download a considerable portion of them. He has sent these around to various internet sources with the hope they will be published for the public viewing. Unfortunately, publishing filched medical records would result in serious problems for the publisher so the suggestion was made that perhaps the Wikileaks people, now located in Sweden, might find them of interest.” Continue Reading »

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TBR News August 12, 2016

Aug 12 2016 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C. August 12, 2016 :” There are rumors voiced inside the Beltway that the DEA’s attacks on state-legalized pot growers and marketers is not an accident. The states legalized this activity and it flourished. A good deal of money, cash especially, was involved. Then the DEA decided to sieze this cash and claim that pot growing, while legalized by the states was not legal in the eyes of the Federal government, hence the seizure of millions of dollars. Where does this money go? Where does the raw opium payments to the CIA for transport to Columbia go? To the taxpayers? Of course not, it goes into deep pockets. Small amounts actually might go to the agencies for operating expenses but the rest goes for trips to Europe, first class, sailing boats, clothes, new cars and other important areas. In short, the American government is redolent of some third world corrupt country where it is expected that officials loot, pillage and shoot citizens for target practice.” Continue Reading »

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