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TBR News May 31, 2017

May 31 2017 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House  

Washington, D.C. May 31, 2017:”The once-great and certainly powerful, New York Times is shrinking on a daily basis. The public, once solely informed by the press, now finds free news on the Internet. Times change and we must change with them. This explains why Obama and Sunstein wanted to take official control of the Internet. The US may have a much larger military than Russia, their perpetual scapegoat, but Russia has a much larger internet and computer force, as the Sainted Hillary discovered in the last election. If it is true that Trump once agreed to more or less normalize relations with Russia in exchange for their assistance in the election, he had best keep his end of the bargain. Otherwise, we will see WikiLeaks turning its spotlight on him.”

Table of Contents

  • US military tests ballistic missile interceptor in California amid North Korea threat
  • The UK Government Has Known Since 2003 That the Failed ‘War on Terror’ Could Cause an Attack Like the One in Manchester
  • Angela Merkel’s Tears
  • A Trans-Atlantic Turning Point: What Was Merkel Thinking?
  • The Meaning of Assange’s Persecution
  • Turkey blasts US for ‘extremely dangerous’ arming of Kurds in Syria
  • Ancestors of ancient Egyptians came from Europe and Middle East, says study
  • The Modern Man
  • The aircraft accident as a political weapon
  • New York Times offers buyouts, scraps public editor position
  • The Numbers Don’t Lie: White Far-Right Terrorists Pose a Clear Danger to Us All
  • More than 80,000 American service members remain missing in action
  • America’s Iran Hysteria

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TBR News May 30, 2017

May 29 2017 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House  

Washington, D.C. May 30, 2017:”Self-denial is a hallmark of stupid people.

As an example, we have the muted controversy about the rising sea levels along the east coast of the United States.

There is absolutely no question, whatsoever, that the melting Greenland and Antarctic glaciers are dumping millions of square feet of water into the oceans.

But as usual, those with vested interests claim that either this is not happening or that it is happening but the sea level rises will only be a few centimeters in a hundred years.

The government does not want to discuss this because millions of residents will be forced to relocate and the government would rather spend tax payer’s monies on new tanks and rockets than helping the same tax payer’s move to higher ground..

And the precious banks will not forgive mortgages on homes with sea water flooding their basements.

Any attempt on the part of the government to assist these flooded people by passing laws to forgive mortgages would be met with very firm resistance on the part of the banking community.

What bankers want, bankers get so even if someone has to wear a wet suit to go into his living room, he still has to pay.

That’s the American way, after all.

‘Not (hopefully) on my watch!’ is the cry inside the Beltway and the press obediently discusses Korean rockets instead of flooded basements.”


Table of Contents


  • The Nightmare Scenario for Florida’s Coastal Homeowners
  • This Dystopian Device Warns You When AI Is Trying to Impersonate Actual Humans
  • Israel’s economy heading for disaster, experts warn
  • Military’s clout at White House could shift U.S. foreign policy
  • The CIA: An overdue overview
  • U.S. Relies Heavily on Saudi Money to Support Syrian Rebels
  • Manufacturing the Cold War in 1948
  • China’s Top 6 Environmental Concerns
  • EU Commissioner Malmström:’Millions of U.S. Jobs Depend On Trade with EU’

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TBR News May 29, 2017

May 29 2017 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House 

Washington, D.C. May 29, 2017:” “The Social Network Follies

The Internet has an enormous storehouse of information and nearly any desired material can be located and downloaded. That is the positive aspect of the Internet. The negative side is that the Internet supplies an enormous flood of false, misleading and useless information, almost all of invented out of whole cloth by the same types that also have rushed to join, and use, what is known as the Social Network.

The Social Networks are a handy means for persons to express their personal views on almost any subject and to communicate with others of a like mind. The problem that one notes from reading their postings is the same one observes in reading the comments appended to serious articles on major newspapers. In reading both of these areas, one is at once struck by the utter stupidity of the writers, their total lack of English, their constant bad grammar and terrible spelling and, most important, their desire not to express a thoughtful view but to parade their insignificance and ignorance to a wide audience.

Another negative aspect of the Social Network is that, at least in the United States, all of the networks of any size are working closely with such official governmental agencies as the DHS and the FBI, to spy on their members at no cost or effort to themselves. In these cases, the mindless babblings and boastings of the dim of wit load federal surveillance files with moronic chatters from which the authorities can easily build a criminal case.

We did some research on the social networks and discovered that they have attracted more members than the government can keep up with, redolent of the thousands of hungry flies congregating in a cow pen.


750,000,000 – Monthly Visitors


250,000,000 – Monthly Visitors


110,000,000 – Monthly Visitors


85,500,000 – Monthly Visitors


70,500,000 – Monthly Visitors

Google +

65,000,000 – Monthly Visitors


25,500,000 – Monthly Visitors

Live Journal

20,500,000 – Monthly Visitors


19,500,000 – Monthly Visitors


17,500,000 – Monthly Visitors


12,500,000 – Monthly Visitors


12,000,000 – Monthly Visitors


7,500,000 – Monthly Visitors


5,400,000 – Monthly Visitors

4,300,000 – Monthly Visitors


117,000,000 Yearly Visitors

BlackPlanet (Black Americans)

20,000,000 Yearly Visitors

Blauk  Anyone who wants to tell something about a stranger or acquaintance.       1,081,215  Yearly Visitors              .

Formspring    social Q&A website

290,000,000  Yearly Visitors

Habbo  For teens. Chat room and user profiles.

268,000,000 Yearly Visitors

Itsmy     Mobile community worldwide, blogging, friends, personal TV shows

2,500,000 Yearly Visitors

Kiwibox General.

2,400,000 Yearly Visitors”

 Table of Contents

  • Russia condemns latest North Korea missile launches, calls for restraint
  • US, Japan to take ‘specific action’ after N. Korea missile hit Japanese economic zone
  • Abolish Memorial Day
  • Donald Trump’s War on Journalism Has Begun. But Journalists Are Not His Main Target.
  • US considers laptop ban on all international flights
  • The Roosevelt-Churchill Conversations
  • Defense secretary Mattis says US policy against Isis is now ‘annihilation’ 
  • When Intelligence Isn’t
  • If SNP wins election in Scotland, PM May will have to grant independence vote -Sturgeon
  • France outraged by desecration of Charles de Gaulle tomb

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TBR News May 28, 2017

May 28 2017 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C. May 28, 2017:”It is increasingly evident that Trump is a businessman and not a politician. He orders but does not negotiate and when his orders are challenged, he is swift to react with anger. His total lack of experience in dealing with domestic and global political situations is telling against him in his dealings with world leaders, Congress and the American (and foreign) media. This is not to accuse Trump of being wicked but it is to point out that his lack of practical political skills is causing serious domestic, and foreign, problems. If he can learn and develop such skills, he might yet prove to be a significant president.”

Table of Contents

  • European allies see the two sides of Trump
  • Merkel: Europe can no longer rely on US and Britain
  • ‘Many intl problems can’t be resolved without Russia’ – French President Macron
  • The Control of the American News Media
  • Trump’s nonsensical defense budget just adds to government waste
  • Food stamps: a lifeline for America’s poor that Trump wants to cut 
  • Trump considers White House shake-up as reports link Kushner to Russia 
  • Blessed Prozac Moments!

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TBR News May 27, 2017

May 27 2017 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C., May 27, 2017: “Amidst the hysteria in the left-wing shrinking media over Russian interference in the last Presidential election, there are a number of important questions that occur.

  • Who controls WikiLeaks?
  • For whom did Edward Snowden really work?
  • What did Snowden manage to download and pass to others?
  • What have those who control WikiLeaks managed to extract from believed secret US private and political sources?
  • What will WikiLeaks (and other entities of a similar stripe) release next?
  • Are rife rumors about very high-level US government officials using repulsive (and very illegal) Ukrainian child pornographic systems?

These are legitimate questions but will there ever be legitimate answers?”


Table of Contents

  • US President Can’t Escape Troubles on the Road
  • ‘Getting Trump’ with the New McCarthyism
  • Leaked Documents Reveal Counterterrorism Tactics Used at Standing Rock to “Defeat Pipeline Insurgencies”

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  • The Demented Detectives on Seth Rich’s Case
  • Portland’s City Council Votes to Give Furries the Right to Defecate, Mate in Dog Park
  • Bushes Lied – Watched JFK Die! Game Over!
  • The Pegasus Unit is Now Identified
  • Jon Rappoport

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TBR News May 26, 2017

May 26 2017 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House

Washington D.C., May 26, 2017: “The so-called Social Networks may bring joy and happiness to millions of eager, and lonely, people but they are really nothing more than a link in the chain of total surveillance built by official government agencies.

I had lunch yesterday with a mid-level FBI person whom I have known for some years, and he told me that these networks had been specifically set up to save his agency (and no doubt others) a great deal of time and trouble when investigating citizens.

Instead of questioning neighbors and co-workers, all the agency has to do is to tap into the Social Networks to gather valuable personal information on anyone they choose.

The more powerful and the more potentially invasive a Social Network might be, the more unconditional support it receives from his agency.

And the same agencies can use any cell phone as an eavesdropper, regardless if the owner has it turned on or not. The phone can be in your pocket while you are having lunch with a friend and, without any notice, it can be turned on and someone can hear every word you say.

And the cell phone can be used, on or off, to track someone in a car or a bus or train.

There are containers designed to hold the cell phone that have linings that will block any such activity and sensible people, who are not interested in some pin head snooping on them, buy these and use them.

And beware of any system which publicly announces that its system is ‘unbreakable’ because, in most cases, it has been set up with trapdoors big enough to permit passage of a Mack truck.”

Table of Contents

  • How Facebook’s tentacles reach further than you think
  • Playing the Shell Game in the Mediterranean
  • Deep Six the Deep State
  • Israel Lobby Pays the Political Piper
  • Jared Kushner subject of FBI Russia investigation: reports

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TBR News May 25, 2017

May 25 2017 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House

        Washington, D.C. May 25, 2017: “In the media, we see a picture of President Trump, sporting a black beanie, standing pensively in front of what is known as the ‘Wailing Wall.’

This old retaining wall is currently believed to have been originally erected as part of the expansion of the Second Jewish Temple by Herod the Great.

This is not correct.

The wall, and the pavement in front of its base, were put up by the Arabs in 600 AD.

The second temple had been destroyed by the Romans when they expelled the Jews from Judea in 66−70 AD as the result of their revolt, and subsequent internal civil war.

It is interesting to note that while the Jewish defenders of the city were besieged by three Roman legions, they spent more time fighting, and killing, each other rather than the Romans.

The original Jewish, Semitic, occupants of Judea are the Sephardi Jews and the current Israelis are about 95% Ashkenazim Jews.

These are not Semitic but Turkish in origin and their ancestors were converted to Judaism in 900 CE.

In short, they have no ancestral claims to origins in Judea. So while they weep and pray in front of the stone walls, they are weeping and praying to an Arab structure.”

Table of contents

  • Excerpt from “Military Intelligence Blunders”
  • Photographs of Manchester bomb parts published after leak
  • Why Jerusalem is not the capital of Israel
  • Hunger Striking for Palestinian Rights
  • New Cracks in Russia-gate ‘Assessment’
  • Trump no longer considering Joe Lieberman as FBI director
  • Down the Memory Hole
  • OPEC agrees to extend oil production cut for nine months
  • List of CIA front organizations, domestic and foreign

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TBR News May 24, 2017

May 24 2017 Published by under Uncategorized


The Voice of the White House

        Washington, D.C. May 24, 2017:” Trump is a businessman, not a politician.

His intent to swell the coffers of the military by cutting off food stamps and medical aid to the general public is the action of a businessman, not a politician.

The pubic pay (forced) taxes and vote and Trump looks at the figures and not the consequences of enraging tax-payers and voters.

Also, his business deals with the crooked and untrustworthy Saudis are good economic business for the military and the armaments industry but a geo-political disaster.

The treacherous Saudis organized IS in an attempt to enforce their own brand of Islam on the rest of the Middle East and to get control of the area’s oil deposits (Their own are running out soon)

This may be good business for the Saudis but it is bad business for any attempt to stabilize the volatile Middle East.”


Table of contents

  • America’s Reign of Terror
  • The ‘War On Terrorism’ Isn’t Working
  • The Only Way to Stop Atrocities Like Manchester Is by Ending Wars
  • Washington’s Shameful Fondness for Saudi Arabia
  • Sea level rising at triple speed since 1990
  • Researchers model differences in East Coast sea level rise
  • Trump’s budget slashes $3.6 trillion from domestic programs over 10 years
  • Republicans voice opposition to Trump’s budget: ‘Dead on arrival’
  • Republicans Will Reject Trump’s Budget, but Still Try to Impose Austerity On Washington
  • Arizona ends taxation on purchase & exchange of gold and silver coins
  • Mass Chinese Counterfeiting of American gold and silver coins and gold bars
  • Turkey’s Erdogan: If Berlin wants to pull troops, we’d say ‘Goodbye’

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TBR News May 23, 2017

May 23 2017 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House

        Washington, D.C. May 23, 2017:”Why is it that there have been no IS terrorist acts inside the United States?

Is it because the DHS and the FBI are so effective that no terrorist dare show his face in the 48 states?

No, it is because the Saudis have founded IS and turned them loose on their Shiite enemies and further, because the US makes big business with Saudi Arabia that the Royal Family has declared the US off limits, at least for the time being.

Carefully shoved under the carpet is the Saudi attack on New York and Washington during 9/11.

As long as Trump can make money with Saudi Arabia and as long as their oil holds out, America is (temporarily) safe.”

Table of Contents

  • Suicide bomber kills 22, including children, at British concert hall
  • How US covered up Saudi role in 9/11
  • At CNN, Imagining an Absurd Iranian/ISIS Alliance
  • Facebook Won’t Say If It Will Use Your Brain Activity for Advertisements
  • America’s Reign of Terror
  • Trump seeks to slash $3.6 trillion of government spending in budget
  • North Korea link to WannaCry ransomware ‘highly likely’
  • Facebook flooded with ‘sextortion’ and revenge porn, files reveal

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TBR News May 22, 2017

May 22 2017 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House

        Washington, D.C. May 22, 2017: “Much uproar about the Trump visit to Saudi Arabia.

His lecturing the Saudis about cooperating in ridding the area of  fanatics is hilarious in view of the fact that the Saudis are the ones who started IS and persuaded the US CIA and Special Forces, with the consent of Washington, to arm and train them.

It has been the Sunni Saudi scheme to establish a Greater Sunni Reich and exterminate their deadly foes, the Shiites.

Iran is a Shiite country and so is Yemen where the Saudis are doing their best, armed with American weapons, to obliterate them in imitation of the Turkish butchery of a million Armenians and their hope to kill even more Kurds.

Trump accused the Saudis of being the mainstay of the 9/11 attacks before he was elected but the Saudis dangled money in front of him and he snapped at it like a trout at a fruit fly.”

Table of Contents

  • Trump to propose big cuts to safety-net in new budget, slashing Medicaid and opening door to other limits
  • Donald of Arabia: A Disgusting Spectacle
  • Trump Puts US on Sunni Muslim Side of Bitter Sectarian War with Shias
  • The Real Meaning of ‘Sensitive’ Intelligence
  • ‘WikiLeaks Will Always Be the Bad Boy’
  • North Korea vows to strengthen nuclear-strike ability
  • UK PM May climbs down on ‘dementia tax’ plans after poll lead halves
  • Jews Tried to Kill Truman in 1947

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