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TBR News December 21, 2017

Dec 21 2017 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C., December 21, 2017:” A system, we can call it DARM as an acronym for its real name, has been developed that will short-circuit surveillance drones and cause them to plummet to earth.

Imagine a large drone suddenly crashing into that Christmas tree lot across from the Russian Embassy out on Wisconsin in DC?

Or another drone tipping upside down and smacking into a crowded city bus in Chicago?

Random, of course.

Or another out-of-control drone hitting a major high tension line on its way to smashing into the ground and killing two squirrels and some beetles.

Or yet another slamming into the ornate roof of St. Stephan in Vienna during a Christmas service.

Who developed this system?

Who is going to use it?

Who would a frightened government blame?

A terrified public would demand answers and, more important,  security.

They can have neither.

Similar in nature to the question about who stole the smallpox virus from that Munich lab.

Who took it?

Most important, what are they going to do with it?

And when?

Hezbollah, controlled to a large degree by Iranian people, has the ability to flatten Israel in an afternoon.

Will they launch their missiles?


And will that Special Operation that DARPA has put together ever reach fruition?

Assange worked for DARPA just as Ed Snowden worked for the Russians.

And then there is that associate deputy director of the CIA who is even now trying to beat Pollard’s haul of secrets from the Navy.

Will he ever get caught?

Probably, because people get careless when they feel they are not in danger of exposure.

If he gets caught, will his captors make him feed disinformation to his previous employers?

Or will he have an accident when an oncoming car suddenly swerves in front of him at high speed?

And that silly business in Cuba with the tormented US intelligence personnel.

A mystery until one considers the many uses of an audio-oscillator.”

Table of Contents

  • Secrecy News 
  • Bussed out: How America moves its homeless
  • Child sex dolls, human-bot babies and the end of society: RT attends London’s Sex Robot Conference
  • What’s Next?
  • Israel’s Netanyahu calls U.N. ‘house of lies’ before Jerusalem vote
  • Bundy case: Judge declares mistrial over 2014 armed standoff

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TBR News December 20, 2017

Dec 20 2017 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C., December 20, 2017:”Benjamin ‘Bibi’ Netanyahu  was born October 21 1949 in Tel Aviv, to Tzila Segal ( August 28 1912 –  January 31, 2000) and Prof. Benzion Netanyahu (1910–2012)

Between 1956 and 1958, and again from 1963 to 1967, his family lived in the United States in Cheltenham Township, Pennsylvania, a suburb of Philadelphia, where he attended and graduated from Cheltenham High School and was active in a debate club.

Bibi, then a cross-dresser, worked for a time for the Bonwit-Teller department store in Philadelphia.  The Bonwit-Teller store has been located at 17th and Chestnut streets in Philadelphia. Bibi, using the name Esther Nitai, modeled women’s undergarments for this firm in 1965.

He speaks fluent English, with a noticeable Philadelphia accent.

Netanyahu returned to the United States in late 1972 to study architecture at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology eventually completed an S.B. degree in architecture

At MIT, Netanyahu graduated near the top of his class, and was recruited as a management consultant for the Boston Consulting Group in Boston, Massachusetts, working at the company between 1976 and 1978.

In 1975 he earned an from the MIT Sloan School of Management in 1977. Concurrently, he studied political science at Harvard University.

At that time he officially changed his name to Benjamin Ben Nitai (Nitai, a reference to both Mount Nitai and to the eponymous Jewish sage Nittai of Arbela, was a pen name often used by his father for articles.

Bibi has been under protracted investigation by law enforcement agencies in Israel for bribery and corruption.

Interesting that Bibi should express such kind feelings for a Donald Trump whose German relative was a senior SS official involved in racial, anti-Semitic, activities.”



Table of Contents

  • Who Wants War With Iran – and Why?
  • Mohammed Bin Salman’s Ill-Advised Ventures Have Weakened Saudi Arabia
  • A Good Year for Israel and Its Friends
  • The Palestinian Holocaust
  • US will ‘take names’ during UN General Assembly vote on Jerusalem
  • Leaked report highlights Israel lobby’s failures
  • CEOs Aren’t Waiting for the Tax Bill to Pass — They’ve Already Started Pocketing the Windfall
  • Inequality:  When will we see the world’s first trillionaire?
  • Big Brother is watching? New Facebook facial recognition spots you even if you’re not tagged
  • Too late, Theresa: Brexit offer to EU citizens leaves many cold
  • Suffering for Fun and Profit

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TBR News December 18, 2017

Dec 18 2017 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C., December 18, 2017: “It is more entertainment watching a huge flock of bleating sheep eagerly investing every penny into Bitcoins in a reprise of the dotcom and South Sea bubbles of years gone by. That Bitcoin will collapse is without question and anyone with the slightest experience of economics or the stock markets is fully aware of this but the sheep continue to bleat…and invest. Soon, we will see InfoWars selling suicide pills instead of Slo-Cum Crème.”


Table of Contents

  • JPost Poll: Skyrocketing support for Trump among Israelis:Trump’s historic first day in Israel
  • Family Connections of a True Friend of Israel
  • The President Plays with Matches
  • US to support new Temple Rebuilding
  • U.S. vetoes U.N. call for withdrawal of Trump Jerusalem decision
  • Surge in 2017 of anti-Semitism reported in new study
  • The Strzok Texts: FBI Plotted to Unseat Trump Before Election
  • Trump-Russia inquiry: Why attacks on Robert Mueller are mounting
  • Bitcoin Bubble Signs Are Everywhere
  • Will the bitcoin bubble burst?

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TBR News December 17, 2017

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The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C., December 17, 2017: “With the ongoing collapse of the American print and television media, the bulk of the population gets its free news from the Internet. This entity does indeed carry very important, accurate and informative material but it is also home to a legion of the unbalanced on the one hand and a massive amount of professional government propaganda on the other. Faked news ranges from the believable to the childish. And note that as well as government paid hack agencies, designed to spread official lies and disinformation, we have the conspiracy lunatics that pontificate endlessly on evil plots coupled with their own inaccurate and often poisonous inventions. It is not a secret in many circles that the CIA ran Radio Free Europe and Radio Liberty out of their offices on the English Garden in Munich. These cost the American public millions of dollars that could have been spent elsewhere to better effect and they had no influence on their target audience. The CIA also had, has, a strong influence at ZDF, the German television network and news from any of these sources ought to be treated with utmost caution and skepticism. It is obvious that US allies are always praised for their kindness and forward-thinking actions. We love the wonderful Saudis who sell us oil and who started and financed the evil IS people and we equally fawn upon an Israel that steals land from the legitimate Arab owners and shoots very dead any of the ousted inhabitants who dare to object. If both Israel and Saudi Arabia vanished from the face of the earth due to some laudable action of God or more direct actions of Hezbollah, peace and quiet would descend on the tormented Middle East within a week.”


Table of Contents

  • NYT Prints Government-Funded Propaganda About Government-Funded Propaganda
  • More people than ever are defaulting on student loans — and it could put the US economy at risk
  • Erdogan says Turkey aims to open embassy in East Jerusalem
  • J20 Defendants Await Verdict in First Test of Government Attempt to Criminalize Protest Group as a Whole
  • WikiLeaks recognised as a ‘media organisation’ by UK tribunal
  • How long can Europe survive without Russian gas?
  • US wants to bury Russian gas pipeline project & force-feed its own LNG to Europe – PM Medvedev
  • Russia’s Vladimir Putin thanks Donald Trump for helping foil terror attack: Kremlin
  • How Trump can get tough on Ukraine corruption
  • The year is 2037. This is what happens when the hurricane hits Miami
  • New Greenland maps show more glaciers at risk

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TBR News December 16, 2017

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The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C., December 16, 2017: “With growing poverty in the United States (almost 96,000,000 unemployed!) and a callous right-wing new government deliberately cancelling support programs, the groundwork is in place for violent civil rebellions, akin to the Vietnam war protests but far more widespread and far more serious.

Taxation income is not spent on the welfare of the citizens but is considered income for a legion of business interests and their co-conspirators in the government. If this situation is not addressed, and rapidly, the results will be something that will make Vladimir Putin laugh. But it will also lead to a second American Revolution with a certainty.”


Table of Contents

  • The Next Crisis for Puerto Rico: A Crush of Foreclosures
  • Fake Silver Dollars From China
  • Country without a Government: Merkel’s Difficult Road to a Coalition
  • The FBI Is Not Your Friend
  • Far-right Freedom Party enters Austrian govt as anti-migrant sentiment creeps across Europe
  • Austria far right: ‘Nobody has anything to fear’ says new minister
  • Poverty in America is a moral outrage. The soul of our nation is at stake
  • A Year in the Ohio River Valley

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TBR News December 15, 2017

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The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C., December 15, 2017: “Every year, the American public pays enforced income taxes to their government. Is that money used to benefit the public? No, it is spread out amongst the agencies and stuffed into official pockets and the pockets of their business friends. Unemployment in the United States is reaching astronomical highs and the wealth, mostly from the technical field, ends up in fewer and fewer hands. Poor neighborhoods are bulldozed to let a few electronic oligarchs build 70 room mansions, the streets are filling up with the dispossed, a business-friendly government cuts off as much public aid as they dare so that there is more money for their own use. And in the bitcoin bubble, we see the deluded dreaming of billions of dollars but when the bubble bursts, as it surely will, the newly-poor will join the ranks of street people and for a  certainty, the Russians will be blamed.”



Table of Contents

  • Bitcoin hits new record high as warnings grow louder
  • A journey through a land of extreme poverty: welcome to America
  • The Coming Storm: Revolt from Below
  • Big Brother asleep on the job 
  • Unlike Nixon, Trump Will Not Go Quietly
  • Donald Trump thanks Russia’s Vladimir Putin for praising American economy
  • The Crowd: A Study of the Popular Mind

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TBR News December 14, 2017

Dec 14 2017 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C., December 14, 2017: “There is serious talk inside the Beltway that if the Democrats get control of both houses of Congress that there will be impeachment proceedings aimed at Trump. Their view is that he has no political or diplomatic skills and his blustering is causing serious problems both inside and outside the country. Trump is alienating everyone in sight and by Tweeting to the public he is denigrating the dignity of his high office. Also, he promises much and delivers almost nothing. Most sensible people, I am sure, hoped that he would prove himself after a period of adjustment but apparently this is not to be. Is this a reprise of the Nixon debacle?”


Table of Contents

  • Putin says U.S. gripped by fabricated spymania, praises Trump
  • Doug Jones’s victory over Roy Moore could mean a dramatic shift in Congress
  • Republicans trade blame over Alabama Senate loss
  • World’s richest 0.1% have boosted their wealth by as much as poorest half
  • Trump’s Jerusalem Decision Rubber Stamps 70 Years of Israeli Violations
  • Fearing 2018 Democratic Wave, Right-Wing Lobbyists Are Mobilizing Against a $15 Minimum Wage Push
  • ISIS threatens attacks on US soil over Trump’s Jerusalem decision
  • Roy Moore issues fiery video refusing to concede: ‘Immorality sweeps over our land’
  • Donald Trump’s First Year Sets Record for U.S. Special Ops
  • Brexit: UK Parliament backs final say in EU divorce in major blow to Theresa May

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TBR News December 13, 2017

Dec 13 2017 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C., December 13, 2017: “Historical events are very much like a child’s kaleidoscope. It is possible to identify all of the shapes and colors of the bits of glass contained in the toy, but when they are placed in a mirrored tube, no one can accurately predict the exact patterns that will emerge when the tube is rotated. Historians can recognize the factors and forces that create change but can never predict exactly when or how they will combine, or what the effect of these combinations will be.”


Table of Contents

  • Trump loses his big bet on Alabama U.S. Senate race
  • ‘America is more progressive than Trump’
  • How Black Voters Lifted Doug Jones Over Roy Moore
  • Bad Moon Rising
  • Russia-gate’s Litany of Corrections
  • The past, the present and the future
  • Muslim leaders declare ‘East Jerusalem as the capital of the State of Palestine’
  • Abduct, imprison, repeat: Israel systematically imprisons Palestinians on false or no charges
  • Brexit: UK Parliament backs final say in EU divorce in major blow to Theresa May
  • You may be mining cryptocurrencies for fraudsters while watching online videos

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TBR News December 12, 2017

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The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C., December 12, 2017: “The Business Deal….

A Chinese gentleman goes into a Jewish-owned establishment to buy black bras, size 38.

The store keeper, known for his skills as a businessman, says that black bras are rare and that he is finding it very difficult to buy them from his suppliers. Therefore he has to charge $50.00 for them.

The Chinese gentleman buys 25 bras.

He returns a few days later and this time orders 50.  The store owner tells him that they have become even harder to get and charges him $60.00 each.

The Chinese customer returns a month later and buys the store’s remaining stock of 50, and this time for $75.00 each.  The store owner is somewhat puzzled by the large demand for black size 38 bras and asks the Chinese purchaser, “Please tell me – What do you do with all these black bras?”

The Chinese customer answers:  “I cut them in half and sell them as skull caps to Jewish men for $200.00 each.”

Table of Contents

  • What Should We Fight For?
  • The Next Roy Moore Question for Republicans: If He’s Elected, Will the Senate Expel Him?
  • Germany: Surge in Migrant Attacks on Police
  • Intifada’ in Sweden: Firebombs Hurled at Jewish Sites Amid Anti-Semitic Upsurge
  • Putin: Trump’s Recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s Capital Destabilizes Middle East
  • Trump’s Jerusalem Folly: Time for Europe to Take the Lead on Peace
  • New study links Antarctic ice-shelf melt to global sea-level rise
  • Arctic permafrost thawing faster than ever, US climate study finds
  • Is Bitcoin the Most Obvious Bubble Ever?
  • ‘You are being programmed,’ former Facebook executive warns

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TBR News December 11, 2017

Dec 11 2017 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C., December 11, 2017: “Ever since the Civil War, the United States has been actually run by groups of businessmen. These are not famous bankers or major personalities but small groups of very modest and very influential citizens.

This is an excerpt from a new novel in progress that a friend sent to me. Having spent considerable time in Washington, I must say it has the strong ring of absolute truth:

‘Washington is never pleasant in the mid-summer months and when Congress is in recess; everyone deserts the capitol for more agreeable surroundings.

It was three days before the Fourth of July and on Pennsylvania Avenue, prefabricated grandstands were being hammered and bolted together for a parade held in honor of the founding of the nation and to provide the new President with another opportunity of strutting before the public.

At the Cosmos Club on Massachusetts Avenue, once the elegant town house of an undersecretary of state, there was a meeting in the second floor library.

It was a very humid day and the long windows facing the street were open, their transparent curtains moving sinuously in the occasional half-hearted breeze. There were stone-faced security people at all the doors, which were closed and locked, but very few club members were in town in the heat and it was not a time when libraries were sought-after refuges.

The ornate oak table in the center of the room had been cleared of its stained globes and magazine racks and a group of men, most overweight and thinning of hair, sat around the table in various attitudes of attention. Bottles of mineral water, glasses and ice buckets were in constant use as were the pads of yellow, lined paper that sat in front of each attendee.

The speaker was a pudgy, balding man with rimless glasses, who looked exactly like a retired librarian. Appearances often deceive and the man was the director of a well-known conservative think tank.

“This, gentlemen, is not quite an emergency situation but I think I ought to inform you that the President has had another of his seizures. Oh yes, but not a serious one and fortunately not in front of anyone. How an epileptic ever got into the White House is a mystery….”

“Well, Josiah, you put him there,” said a thin man with the complexion of a bowl of cottage cheese.

“Don’t remind me, Jim, please do not. Now, we knew nothing about this and I will hold Saul and his people responsible for missing this…little illness. My God, what if Patrick had a grand mal at a state dinner? Or giving the State of the Union? Now, we have to find a way out of this mess. We need someone else….”

“What about Gordon?” asked another attendee.

“Gordon is a good soldier, but not the brightest star in the heavens. Still, he won’t flop onto the stage, pissing his pants and he isn’t a drunk like the second Bush. It’s too long to the next election and if it comes out due to some awful incident that the sitting President is a flip-flop artist….”

There was general laughter.

“Well, you see what I mean. If anything happens to Paddy, Gordon could serve out the term. But we do need to have a better man up and ready for the convention.  I was thinking of Cisek. He’s doing fine in Maine but the public doesn’t know about him yet.  We can have him keynote a few events, get the media to help out with wonderful puff pieces. There’s time but that still doesn’t address the problem of brother Pat.”

“Do a Kennedy on him,” interjected a bald man who was the CEO of a large insurance company.

“Yes, that has occurred to me, Benjamin.  Yes. Or something in his medicine. Sounds like a Borgia trick but the CIA got rid of an inconvenient Pope that way as you all recall. So, let’s get some input here and hopefully we can get a consensus….’”



Table of Contents

  • The Enemy Within
  • The Müller Washington Journals   1948-1951
  • Death by narcissism: The rise of selfie fatalities
  • Trump makes ‘robo-call’ for Moore as Democrat Jones takes lead in Alabama race
  • Trump Risks Uniting the Entire Arab World Against the US
  • Secrecy News
  • Twenty-five EU states sign PESCO defense pact
  • Hezbollah chief says fight for Jerusalem is now top priority
  • Still Waiting

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