A couple thoughts on the video below. People are asking how do they get away with this? The answer should be clear, and is quite simple: They do it because they can!
Note these stories on Society’s Child at sott.net just today:
Will sott.net publish the video below? Probably not . . . but you tell me why! Or else, try to get them to publish it!~J
Published on May 5, 2017
Ammon Bundy BEING BEAT AND TORTURED IN JAIL,Will The Feds Turn HIM Into A Martyr
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Europe Surges To Highs Ahead Of ‘Riskless’ French Election . . . remember, the French election is on Sunday!
FakeNews Facepalm: Macron files lawsuit, French prosecutor to probe influence of fake news on election
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The political prospects for China’s ‘Great Silk Road’ revival, by Vladimir Terehov . . . while this report shares some of the very real problems of the Silk Road, unsurprisingly encountered in our upside down world today, I felt it was on the whole unnecessarily negative. When the sott team referred us to the next, somewhat older article, I was happy to read it to gain a more balanced picture.
China’s ‘One Belt One Road’ is a New Geopolitical Paradigm, by James O’Neill, an Australian-based Barrister at Law
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The West’s Cold War towards Moscow preceded the Second World War, continued after the defeat of Nazi Germany and persists to this day regardless of the fact that the Soviet Union no longer exists. Why? Because Russia is a perceived rival to Anglo-American capitalist hegemony, as is China or any other emerging power that undermines that desired unipolar hegemony.
Deal on safe zones in Syria to come into effect 21:00 GMT on May 5 – Russian MoD . . . more and more I think we’re seeing diplomacy used wisely to try to prevent war until the fiat dollar can be removed safely.
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Any more questions? White Helmets, the West’s beloved terrorist support team shared Aleppo headquarters with Al Qaeda
Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi says US military forces will not stay on in his conflict-stricken Arab country once government forces, backed by volunteer fighters from Popular Mobilization Units, retake swathes of land that are still under the control of Takfiri Daesh terrorists.
Abadi, in a statement released on Friday, announced that there are no foreign combat troops on Iraqi soil, but there are military advisers and experts from a number of countries.
The statement further dismissed the Associated Press report on talks between Iraq and the United States on maintaining American forces in the country.
Saudi Arabia progresses an inch from barbaric mentality, allows women to request state services without guardian
Political instability in Saudi Arabia is growing as King Salman bin Abdulaziz begins to overhaul the Saudi government, putting a long list of family members into positions of influence while increasing the power of his son, Deputy Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman. These actions have the potential to lead to a direct conflict with Crown Prince Mohammed bin Nayef. The expected internal power collision, predicted by many analysts, finally seems to be heating up.
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‘Declaration of war’: Russian senators blast US plans to enforce N. Korea sanctions on foreign territory
A senior Russian senator says the American bill allowing the US Navy to enforce international sanctions on North Korea through the control of Russian ports is a violation of international law, and is equal to a declaration of war.
“The realization of this [US] bill includes a proposed force scenario in which the US Navy would conduct compulsory inspections of all ships. Such a scenario is simply unthinkable because it means a declaration of war,” RIA Novosti quoted upper house Committee for International Relations head Konstantin Kosachev as saying.
The comment came shortly after the US Congress approved the bill with additional sanctions against North Korea, allowing for the possible establishment of US control over seaports and sea routes in the Far East, including the Russian ports of Vanino, Nakhodka and Vladivostok.
The bill also expands the powers of the president of the United States to impose sanctions against individuals who violate certain UN Security Council resolutions.
The bill has to be passed by the US Senate and signed by the US president himself to come into force, and Kosachev expressed hope that this would never happen.
The senator emphasized that no one had given the United States official powers to enforce the UN Security Council resolution on North Korea, and said that Washington is trying to establish the primacy of US laws over international law.
Japan, China, South Korea agree to resist US protectionism . . . on a daily basis, there are hints that the US control is breaking down. This, I think, is one of those hints, and I’ll bet that when the US financial system goes, and it becomes safe to ‘jump ship’, many, many countries will exit the control system.
China, Japan and South Korea have agreed to take a united stand against the protectionism advocated by US President Donald Trump.
During a trilateral meeting in Yokohama, Japan, on Friday, finance ministers of the three countries agreed to resist all forms of protectionist policies obstructing free trade.
“We agree that trade is one of the most important engines of economic growth and development, which contribute to productivity improvements and job creations,” the finance ministers and central bank governors of the three countries said in a joint communique issued after the trilateral meeting.
The agreement on free trade was issued in response to Trump’s calls to put America’s interest first and pull out of multilateral trade agreements that he claims are damaging the US economy.
China, Japan and South Korea are opposed to Trump’s protectionist policies, and support free trade.
A terrorist cell supported by the CIA and South Korea’s National Intelligence Service is plotting to kill North Korean leader Kim Jong-un in a “biochemical” attack, Pyongyang has claimed.
The cell has “infiltrated” North Korea but the Ministry of State Security will “ferret out and mercilessly destroy to the last one the terrorists of the US CIA,” the ministry said, as cited by the state’s KCNA news agency.
The Philippines is up in arms over a UN special rapporteur’s unofficial visit to the country, claiming she is biased against the country’s controversial ‘war on drugs,’ and threatening to lodge a complaint to the UN.
Agnes Callamard, UN Special Rapporteur on extrajudicial, summary or arbitrary executions, spoke at a two-day policy forum in Quezon City on Friday.
Callamard is known for her critical position on Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte’s ‘war on drugs.’ While not directly referring to the Philippines, she did warn against pursuing “badly thought out, ill-conceived drug policies” that “not only fail to address… drug dependency, drug-related criminality and the drug trade” but “add more problems.”
Although the UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights said that Callamard was not speaking in her official capacity, Philippines officials were quick to make it clear to the rapporteur that she was not welcome.
Italy is increasingly dependent on the ECB to hold down bond yields as foreign investors dump Italian bonds like mad.
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The Pope in Egypt, by Maxim Orogov. . . towards a one-world religion . . . important reading . . .
… In other words, the objective of the visit was achieved, from the Vatican’s point of view: the visit managed to make another step towards the Copts, bringing them closer, and also scored important points for the Pope in the eyes of Egyptian Christians as a defender of their rights.
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Trump’s “sell-out,” as it is called, coming on top of Obama’s eight-year “sell-out,” is instructive. We have now had a Democratic president who sold out the people who elected him and a Republican president who has done the same thing. This is a very interesting point, the meaning of which most people miss.
But not Russia’s president, Vladimir Putin. At the Valdai discussion club, Putin summed up Western democracy, which I paraphrase as follows:
In the West, voters cannot change policies through elections, because the ruling elites control whoever is elected. Elections give the appearance of democracy, but voting does not change the policies that favor war and the elites. Therefore, the will of the people is impotent.
Feinstein questions why Comey didn’t get search warrant before Clinton email announcement . . . is there something wrong with the values/reasoning here? Wow!
At Wednesday’s Senate Judiciary hearing, Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) let FBI Director James Comey know how disappointed she was in his decision to reopen the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s emails 11 days before the 2016 presidential election after finding thousands more of Clinton’s emails on Anthony Weiner’s computer. That announcement torpedoed Clinton’s campaign, Feinstein argued.
Killary aide Abedin guilty of verifiable, criminal mishandling of classified material – why no charges?
Pat Buchanan Explains How Berkeley Birthed ‘The Right‘ . . . for those with an eye on history.
In December 1964, a Silver Age of American liberalism, to rival the Golden Age of FDR and the New Deal, seemed to be upon us.
Barry Goldwater had been crushed in a 44-state landslide and the GOP reduced to half the size of the Democratic Party, with but 140 seats in the House and 32 in the Senate.
The Supreme Court of Chief Justice Earl Warren, the most liberal in history, was on a roll, and LBJ was virtually unopposed as he went about ramming his Great Society through Congress.
The left had it all. But then they blew it, beginning at Berkeley.
“The House has passed its health legislation but the issue is unlikely to be resolved for several more months, if at all. The main effect of House passage is to delay the consideration of tax legislation, which looks even more likely than before to be delayed until 2018.”
“Today, May 5th 2017, WikiLeaks publishes “Archimedes”, a tool used by the CIA to attack a computer inside a Local Area Network (LAN), usually used in offices. It allows the re-directing of traffic from the target computer inside the LAN through a computer infected with this malware and controlled by the CIA. This technique is used by the CIA to redirect the target’s computers web browser to an exploitation server while appearing as a normal browsing session.”