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TBR News November 9, 2017

Nov 09 2017 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C., November 9, 2017:” 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.”


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  • Washington’s Wonderful World of Corruption
  • Suburbs Rebel Against Trump, Threatening Republicans in Congress
  • Syrian army ousts ‘IS’ from Albu Kamal, last urban stronghold in country
  • Shifting sands: What is changing in Saudi Arabia?
  • Saudi Arabia could seize $800bn in assets in corruption crackdown
  • Saudi Arabia vs. Iran: From ‘twin pillars’ to proxy wars
  • America’s opioid crisis & modern anxieties prove the limits of capitalism
  • Special Report: The decisions behind Monsanto’s weed-killer crisis
  • Antarctic supervolcano to rival Yellowstone melting ice sheet from within – NASA

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TBR News November 8, 2017

Nov 08 2017 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C., November 8, 2017:”Every year, the American public pays out trillions of their earned dollars, automatically and without redress, to a government who delights in spending it on projects that benefit it and not the people. Everywhere are signs of corruption, favoritism, greed and deceit that daily grow greater and with a greater potential damage to the silent tax-payers. If a way were found to make tax payment voluntary, Washington would have to fold up shop and go back to the social zoo they crept out of.”

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  • Democrats’ victories in Virginia mark a key shift in American politics
  • The Undrained Swamp: Trump’s Washington, One Year On
  • A Year After Trump, Democrats, Socialists, and Populists Sweep Elections
  • Business as Usual at the Pentagon
  • US spent $5.6 trillion on wars since 9/11 – study
  • Leaked German military doc predicts EU collapse & rise of pro-Russian ‘Eastern bloc’ by 2040
  • Ashamed to work in Silicon Valley: how techies became the new bankers
  • Paradise Papers: Apple shifted billions offshore to avoid tax

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TBR News November 7, 2017

Nov 07 2017 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C., November 7, 2017:”It is entertaining to listen to defeated Democrats wail about Fake News. The Internet is the greatest repository of news and historical writings since the lunatic Christians burned down the great library at Alexandria. It is also the nesting place for an enormous amount of bovine feces, personal opinions, political thrusts and baldfaced lies. The American print and television media are filled with examples of official propaganda. These, along with paid bloggers, are the ones who scream the loudest about Fake News. For an example of an officially approved view of what the government views as fake news, look at the description of it on Wikipedia. News is certainly available to the public but one has to ignore the bloggers from both sides of the aisle and pick the wheat from the chaff.”

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  • Mohammed Bin Salman: The Unlikely Anti-Oligarchic Bolshevik?
  • Saudi crown prince calls Iran supply of rockets ‘military aggression’
  • Saudi Arabia says Lebanon has declared war against it
  • Red Lines and Lost Credibility
  • 100 Years Since the October Revolution: Russia’s Unloved Anniversary
  • ‘U.S. department stores tap brakes on stocking for holiday season
  • Steven Mnuchin, Foreclosure King of America

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TBR News November 6, 2017

Nov 06 2017 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C., November 6, 2017:”One can daily see legions of citizens endlessy babbling into their cellphones. In markets, in cars, in movie theaters, on streets, public transportation, in offices everywhere, a growing dependence on deals with trivia triumphs. Here is a most interesting article on the subject that is well worth reading:

The Latest on Teen Cell Phone Addiction

The Newport Academy

Teen cell phone addiction has become an important issue facing parents. For parents with a teenager, this is not surprising. Have you had frustrating confrontations with your child about their cell phone usage? Probably more than a few.

Cell phone addiction is so common. It’s hard to overcome because using mobile devices is now an endemic part of the modern world.

Understanding Teen Cell Phone Addiction

Cell phone addiction is a modern phenomenon. It puts many traditional assumptions to the test. In the past, addiction meant something different to parents. Parents worried about about cocaine or heroin or nicotine. Today, the addiction landscape has shifted. Teens tethered to their smartphones for seven hours on average each day.

Do you allow your child to watch three to four hours of television every night? Is it healthy to be so occupied by screens? The reality is, no, it’s not. And smartphones are so ubiquitous that managing the behavior is problematic.

Cell Phone Addiction=More Than Talking

Teenage cell phone addiction goes well beyond texting and talking. It includes apps, games, and, in particular, social media. For teens, cell phones have become a way to comment and criticize, approve and admire. They are not always communicating with friends. Often, they are commenting on their activities. They are checking for likes and responses to their own posts.

There’s a biological component to this behavior. The brain reacts to the cell phone as if it were a drug. Studies have shown that both the phone ringing and the alert of a new text cause the brain to release dopamine.

What could be a benefit has descended into an obsession for many teens. Take the smartphone app Snapchat—a photo-sharing service. It boasts that teenagers use the app more than 18 times a day.

Teen Cell Phone Addiction—A Behavioral Disorder

The clinical community defines cell phone addiction as a behavioral disorder. Such a disorder means obsessive use that affects everyday functioning. Like any addiction, once triggered, it can be quite difficult to stop.

Cell phone addiction goes beyond actually using the phone to talk. Talking on cell phones is less common among teens than adults. Teen smartphone addiction includes repetitive, compulsive use of the device for other activities. Such behaviors are perfectly normal in moderation. They become dangerous when tied to an obsessive compulsion.

Regular smartphone use can descend into cell phone addiction. As a result, these behaviors get in the way of being part of the real world.

Signs of Cell Phone Addiction

Does your teen repeat any of the following behaviors over and over again? They could be an indicator of cell phone addiction:

  • Texting with friends and checking for incoming texts
  • Listening to music and watching videos using headphones
  • Checking e-mail and social media accounts
  • Playing single-player video games and interactive multi-player games
  • Worrying about cell phone battery life and access to electrical power.

If you believe smartphone addiction is affecting someone you love, you are not alone. Teen cell phone addiction is a serious issue for the whole family.

A recent poll reveals that 50 percent of teens believe they are addicted to their cell phones.

More than a third of teens try to cut down the amount of time they spend on their mobile devices, but most fail to change.

The symptoms of teen cell phone addiction are contradictory. The teen can’t imagine being without the phone, but they also feel it’s a burden

Teen Cell Phone Addiction Statistics

Here are some statistics on teen mobile use:

  1. 59 percent of parents feel their teens are addicted to their mobile devices
  2. 78 percent of teens check their mobile devices at least hourly
  3. 72 percent of teens feel an urgent need to immediately respond to texts
  4. 44 percent of teens believe they spend too much time on their cell phones
  5. 77 percent of parents feel their teens get distracted by their cell phones. For example, they fail to pay attention to other people at family events
  6. 30 percent of both teens and parents claim to argue about mobile devices and cell phones on a daily basis
  7. 44 percent of teens use their mobile devices at the dinner table.

Mobile devices are the primary information and communication hub for teens. Text messaging is now the most common way that teens communicate.

Given this reality, it’s not surprising that teenagers spend so much time on their cell phones. When does this shift from a preferred form of communication to a possible technology addiction?

Teenage Cell Phone Addiction Takes Kids Out of the Moment

Cell phone addiction drains our attention. Teens’ intense focus on cell phones distracts thew. They are not present in their everyday life. Once cell phone addiction sets in, behaviors can change.

Grades at school can drop and participation in extracurricular activities can diminish. Did you know that 61 percent of kids say smartphone use has had a negative impact on their schoolwork?

The comedian Louis C.K. doesn’t let his children use cell phones. “I think these things are toxic, especially for kids,” he says. “You need to build an ability to just be yourself and not do anything. That’s what the phone is taking away—the ability to just sit there. That’s being a person.”

He does not like the idea of kids being tethered to their phones. It makes people less reflective, less empathetic, and less human

Teen Cell Phone Addiction and Co-Occurring Disorders

Teen cell phone addiction goes hand-in-hand with mental health and substance use issues. For example, anxiety increases when the cell phone is not readily available. Moreover, depression deepens with a lack of human contact.

Look at a recent study on mobile device addiction. The study was done by University of Illinois psychology professor Alejandro Lleras. It was published in the journal Computers in Human Behavior.

The study surveyed more than 300 university students. The goal is to examine high engagement with the Internet and mobile phones. Do they affect the user’s psychological well-being?

Lleras says, “People who self-described as having really addictive-style behaviors toward the Internet and cellphones scored much higher on depression and anxiety scales.”

Teen cell phone addiction is related to obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). Constant cell phone use is a powerful driver for making this condition worse. The cell phone becomes a focus of OCD-oriented behaviors.

Very often, those with OCD need to have things organized in a certain way. Cell phone addiction fosters compulsive behavior pattern. Teens feel the need to use the smartphone all the time.

Teen cell phone addiction means the smartphone is always needed. The cell phone, like a drug, becomes a way to escape stress and reality. It alters the perception of the user and builds a barrier between the addicted teen and the real world.

Cell Phone Addiction and Driving

Driving could be the most dangerous manifestation of teen cell phone addiction. We all know the dangers of driving while texting or talking on the phone.

Unfortunately, teen smartphone addiction increases the chances of this happening. Like any addiction, cell phone addiction leads to recklessness and poor decision-making. When combined with motor vehicles, cell phone use can have frightening outcomes.

Let’s look at the facts about teen cell phone use and driving:

  1. 52 percent of teens talk on a cell phone while driving and 32 percent text while driving
  2. 25 percent of teens respond to at least one text while driving, every single time they drive
  3. 11 teens die every day because they were texting while driving
  4. 21 percent of teen drivers in fatal accidents were distracted by cell phones
  5. 94 percent of teen drivers acknowledge the dangers of texting and driving. 35 percent admit to doing it anyway
  6. Cell phone use reduces the brain activity associated with driving by 37 percent
  7. Distraction is a key factor in 58 percent of crashes involving teen drivers.
  8. Reaction time for a teen using a cell phone is the same as that of a 70-year old not using one, per a University of Utah study
  9. Teen drivers have a 400 percent higher chance than adults of crashing when texting.

The final statistic is based on an analysis of video footage of 1,691 moderate to severe crashes. The crashes were examined six seconds before they occurred. Each crash involved teen drivers and resulted in injury or death.

Typing text messages and talking on the phone reduces a driver’s capability. They can’t direct attention to the road. Teen drivers are even less likely than adults to respond to important traffic events.

Teen cell phone addiction and driving are a deadly combination.

Other Negative Health Consequences of Teen Cell Phone Addiction

There is more than the flood of potential co-occurring disorders outlined above.

Teen smartphone addiction leads to other negative health consequences, including the following:

  • “Text neck”—chronic strain from looking down at a cell phone
  • Eye strain and blurred vision as a result of focusing on a small screen
  • Decreased neural connectivity, leading to poor emotional regulation
  • Poor dietary habits, as junk food is consumed to a greater extent
  • Phantom vibrations of a non-existent cell phone going off. This happens to nine out of 10 cell phone users.

Cell phone addiction is turning more and more teenagers into walking zombies. They are glued to their screens and removed from their lives by their focus on a mobile device.

A teenager addicted to a cell phone craves the next incoming text or social media update. They are more likely to ignore face-to-face interaction. As a result, they fail to communicate with their families.

Teen Cell Phone Addiction Warning Signs

As a consequence, it’s good to know the warning signs of teen cell phone addiction. By being aware of these red flags, you can catch an initial problem before it becomes a serious addiction.

These warning signs include:

  1. A drug-like withdrawal when not allowed to use the cellphone. The effects can include shaking, sweating, headaches, and nausea
  2. Weight loss when eating becomes secondary. Weight gain when the quality of the food eaten nosedives
  3. Insomnia and negative shifts in sleeping patterns
  4. Increased anxiety and misplaced worry connected with the cell phone
  5. Physical isolation from friends and family. Such isolation leads to mental health problems, such as depression or anxiety
  6. Increased aggression in connection to control of the cell phone.

Teenage Cellphone Addiction and Bedtime

The location of a teen’s cell phone when they go to bed could be an indicator of potential cell phone addiction. Teens who keep their smartphones under their pillows or by the bedside are more likely to become cell phone addicts.

Let’s take a look at some recent statistics:

62 percent of teens say they use their cell phones after bedtime

77 percent of teens say they text and tweet messages while in bed

21 percent of teens say they wake up whenever a text comes in

66 percent of teens say it negatively affects their sleep.

There are ways to combat these behaviors at home before seeking professional care.

Stratagems for Responding to Teen Cell Phone Addiction

Without question, treating cell phone addiction is not easy. Some limitations, boundaries, and structure may help.

  • Applying strict data limits reduces cell phone usage.
  • Cell phone providers offer inexpensive, password-activated programs. These programs shut off cell phones at night.
  • Tech timeouts for the family in the evening and on the weekends can help.
  • Try using a “Be Present Box” at the dinner table. Turned-off cell phones stay in the box during family time.
  • Create a cell phone moratorium one day a week, or even one afternoon or evening per week.

If boundaries aren’t working, professional help might be warranted.  By accessing, such help, parents could end up saving the life of their teens. We all want to prevent a tragedy from happening. Successful cell phone addiction treatment is possible.

Teens relearn how to get comfortable without their mobile devices. As a result, they become happier and healthier. Indeed, such teens are more connected to themselves, others, and the world around them.

When a teen loses their cell phone privileges, they often feel and act like it’s the end of the world. Such dramatic responses pass more quickly than you would expect in the majority of cases. Still kids, teens often are unable to make the best choices for themselves.

Cell phone addiction is replaced with healthy alternatives and engaging activities. As a result, teens’ initial negativity fades. The stress of constant connection and comparisons is replaced by calm and even a smile.

Relieved of the cell phone burden, the teen experiences the joys of life like a kid once again. The gift of presence in the real world is the very best present of all.


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  • Gunman kills 26 in rural Texas church during Sunday service
  • Texas church shooting: What we know about alleged gunman Devin Kelley
  • Trump: Year One
  • Donald Trump and the Erosion of American Greatness
  • 2017 ‘very likely’ in top three warmest years on record
  • What Happened in Saudi Arabia Last Night — And How Washington Corruption Enabled It
  • The Trump Administration Is Keeping a U.S. Citizen Secretly Locked Up Without Charges
  • Donna Brazile tells critics of Hillary Clinton revelations to ‘go to hell’
  • The Kennedy Assassination: Facts and Fictions

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TBR News November 5, 2017

Nov 05 2017 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C., November 5, 2017:”One of Donald Trump’s most successful claims made during his election campaign was the illegal immigration situation in the United States. Liberals of all stripes laughed at him as did the media. The truth of the matter is as follows:

  • The illegal alien population of the U.S. is now over 20 million – more than the current population of New York State.
  • There are 15 million jobs in the U.S. currently held by illegal aliens, or about 8 percent of the entire American work force.
  • 6 million jobs have shifted to the underground economy since 1990. These are not jobs Americans won’t do, but rather jobs Americans used to do. The Mexican invasion has effectively dispossessed the American-born citizen blue collar worker from his right to work.
  • The United States is losing $35 billion a year in income tax revenue because of the number of jobs that are now ‘off the books’ and eagerly taken by illegal immigrants and welcomed by American businessmen eager to hire workers not bound by union wages. Most Mexican and Central American illegals send large portions of their pay out of the country to support their families in Mexico and Central America. Therefore, none of this money flows, as do the taxed wages of American workers, into the national economy.
  • More than 5 million illegal workers are currently collecting wages on a cash basis and are avoiding all state and Federal income taxes.
  • There are over 96 million American citizens now unemployed.”


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  • Thousands of Basque protesters take sides in Catalonia dispute
  • Sacked Catalonia leader turns himself in, polls show independence strength
  • Saudi princes among dozens detained in ‘corruption’ purge
  • Saudi Arabia’s Mohammed bin Salman: Reformer and hardliner
  • The Tiger
  • Four Viral Claims Spread by Journalists on Twitter in the Last Week Alone That are False
  • Beware of bitcoin bubble, warn investment & financial advisors
  • Chasing a killer: U.S. and Congolese scientists are tracking a virus.

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TBR News November 4, 2017

Nov 04 2017 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C., November 4, 2017:”I note that not only are the New York Times and the Washington putting up paywalls, now the television CNN is doing the same. The general public gets its news from the Internet, not print or TV reportage and media makes is money from the number of viewers or subscribers in advertising revenue. If a newspaper loses paid subscribers, their attraction as an advertising medium drops and advertisers rush to where the public looks. The major media used to be a place where one could find actual and important national and international news but now the bulk of them are trivial and always a day late in reporting events. Eventually, these old fashioned and outdated forms of information will wither on the vine and then we will see all the websites packed with useless ads for worthless products.”


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  • From Miami to Shanghai: 3C of warming will leave world cities below sea level
  • New Greenland maps show more glaciers at risk
  • Florida’s Sea Level Rose 6x Faster Than Average And It’s Not Due To Climate
  • Change A Broke, and Broken, Flood Insurance Program
  • Sayfullo Saipov had 90 Isis videos on his phone. Has the fight against online extremism failed?
  • Terrorism and Counterterrorism
  • The New York Attack, Trump’s Outbursts, and Misconceptions About Terrorism
  • One Solution to Terrorism: Night and Fog
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TBR News November 3, 2017

Nov 03 2017 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C., November 3, 2017: “We have just received a notice from a firm that specializes in digging electronic information out of the woodwork. The firm lists several pages of topics, some of which are unbelievable. They are very expensive but one must assume that their data is correct. We are excerpting some of this list and have included their address for those who have the money to learn the truth as, according to the précis, it has never been available before.

  • Successor to the NSA ‘Harvest” programs that catalog important overseas telephone calls made via communications satellites.
  • In depth information on the DoD’s DISA sytems / VIPER and others
  • USIA/Warrentown files
  • In depth dossiers on members of Congress. These, the list advises us, consists of medical and financial records.
  • A 250 page report on the fake Anthrax scare
  • Firms and individuals in foreign countries known to be friendly sources.
  • Scanned copies of Governor George W. Bush’s personal correspondence and financial records, now hidden in the George H.W.Bush Presidential Library
  • Lists of offshore bank accounts for senior political and military figures
  • The so-called ‘Wilson Blvd.’ technical and scientific records

There are many more fascinating offerings but it should be noted that on the list we were sent, prices are very high indeed but approved credit cards, especially American Express, can be used. We have not availed ourselves of this reported service but as it might prove to be interesting to our many readers, especially those with large amounts of cash, we are including the address for your general information: and one must apply for an entrance code.

Good hunting!”

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  • How U.S.-Saudi Marriage Gave Birth to Jihad
  • Islamic State on verge of defeat after fresh losses in Syria, Iraq
  • Angry About the DNC Scandal? Thank Obama.
  • Digital Darwinism: We Need New Rules for the Internet Economy
  • Apple could become world’s first trillion dollar company
  • The INSCOM Story
  • Bowe Bergdahl: Judge orders no prison time for US soldier in desertion case

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TBR News November 2, 2017

Nov 02 2017 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C., November 2, 2017: “It is obvious that the radical Sunni Islam organization, IS, is being driven out of its conquered territories in the middle east and because also of their pending loss of Saudi Arabian aid, the frantic fanatics will, without a doubt, begin to attack the United States. And when this happens, believe it that the citizenry, frightened and then angered, will turn on the peaceful Muslim population in America and inflict terrible damage on them. Here is a roster of other race rioting that should serve as a warning to duly constituted authority:

Race Riots

1829 Cincinnati, Ohio

1863 New York: Draft Riots: 2,000 killed and 8,000 wounded

1866 Memphis, Tennessee

1868  New Orleans

9 Dec 1873 Clunes, Australia

14 Sep 1874 New Orleans: The Battle of Liberty Place (38 killed, 79 wounded).

1878 Grant Paris, Louisiana: Colfax Massacre (600+ dead)

10 Nov 1898 Wilmington, North Carolina: (8 killed, 30 wounded)

1900  New Orleans

1904 Springfield, Ohio

1906 Springfield, Ohio

13 Aug 1906 Brownsville, Texas

22 Sep 1906 Atlanta

14 Aug 1908  Springfield, Illinois

2 Jul 1917 East St. Louis, Illinois: (200 killed)

23 Aug 1917 Houston, Texas: 19 dead. Later, 13 members of the 24th Infantry Regiment are hanged.

25 Jul 1918 Chester, Pennsylvania: (5 killed)

26 Jul 1918 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: (4 killed, 60 wounded)

5 Jun 1919 Liverpool.

6 Jun 1919 Newport, England.

11 Jun 1919 Cardiff, Wales.

11 Jun 1919 Barry, England.

11 Jun 1919 Chicago: A riot erupts at the white-only 29th Street Beach.

14 Jun 1919 London.

Jul 1919 Gregg County, Texas

19 Jul 1919 Washington, DC: (40 killed, 150 wounded)

27 Jul 1919 Chicago: At the whites-only 29th Street bridge, a white man tosses rocks at a group of black boys floating in a raft. He manages to bean Eugene Williams in the forehead, who panics and drowns. Five days of rioting ensue. (38 killed, 291 wounded)

27 Jul 1919 Cardiff, Wales

Aug 1919  Knoxville, Tennessee: (7 killed)

31 May 1921 Tulsa, Oklahoma: After a white woman claimed that a black man had grabbed her arm in an elevator, the largest race riot in U.S. history broke out. Marauding whites set fire to the exclusively-negro Greenwood district, leveling its 35 city blocks of black-owned businesses. Somebody even dropped explosives onto the buildings from an airplane. The official death toll is reported as 36, but later historians estimate it was more like 300.

1923 Rosewood, Florida: (8 killed, dozens wounded)

Feb 1942 Detroit, Michigan

1943 Beaumont, Texas

1943 Harlem, New York

1 Jun 1943 Los Angeles: Zootsuit riots, between zoot suiters and sailors. Time Magazine called it “the ugliest brand of mob action since the coolie race riot of the 1870’s.”

20 Jun 1943 Detroit, Michigan: Belle Island Riots (34 killed, 700 wounded)

1946 Columbia, Tennessee: (2 killed, 10 wounded)

1946 Athens, Alabama: (100 wounded)

1946 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

1960 Chattanooga, Tennessee

1960 Biloxi, Mississippi

1960 Jacksonville, Florida

1 Oct 1962 Mississippi

1964 Harlem, New York: (1 killed, 100+ wounded)

1964 Rochester, New York: (4 killed, 350 wounded)

1964 Paterson, New Jersey: (100+ wounded)

1964 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

11 Aug 1965 Los Angeles: Watts Riots. (35 killed, 1000 wounded)

1966 Los Angeles: Watts again

Jul 1967 Newark, New Jersey: (23 killed)

23 Jul 1967 Detroit, Michigan: (43 killed)

Jul 1969 York, Pennsylvania: (2 deaths)

4 Jul 1970 Asbury Park, New Jersey: (100 wounded)

17 May 1980 A three-day race riot breaks out after an all-white jury acquitted four white Miami police officers of killing Arthur McDuffie, a black insurance salesman. The cops had beaten him with their flashlights and billyclubs, and he died in the hospital. 18 fatalities and more than $100 million in property damage are the final result.

16 Jan 1989 Three days of race riots begin in Overtown, Miami when a black man fleeing on motorcycle is killed by a hispanic police officer. 125 blocks are sealed off during the riots.

29 Apr 1992 Los Angeles: Rodney King Riot: (52 killed, 3000 wounded)

1995 Bradford, England

9 Apr 2001 Cincinnati, Ohio

26 May 2001 Three days of rioting begin in Oldham, England.

Jun 2001 London

7 Jul 2001 Bradford, England.

6 Nov 2002 Antwerp, Belgium

16 Feb 2004 Redfern, Australia (suburb of Sydney)

6 Aug 2011  race rioting broke out in north London and flared for four nights across the capital and other English cities as black street gangs and looters trashed shops and vehicles.”



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  • NSA wanted to use the Espionage Act to prosecute a journalist for using FOIA
  • Friendly Fire: U.S. Military Drafted Plans to Terrorize U.S. Cities to Provoke War With Cuba
  • Why the far right believes a US civil war will start on Saturday
  • Fake gold not ours, mint says
  • Mystery in the woods: In 2014, a woman’s severed head was found. Who is she?

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TBR News November 1, 2017

Nov 01 2017 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C., November 1, 2017: “Here we have an in-depth article concerning the power some private organizations have over the governance of the United States. Combined with the needs of the military, the intelligence communities and the banking consortiums, all the American public do is to pay their enforced taxes and hope for the best. That they would get it is highly doubtful at best.”


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  • The Family: The Octopus of God

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