May 9, 2017, News

 * * * A message for a tyrannical age: You are the true Guardians of the Galaxy, from John W. Whitehead . . . Bamboo-Water agrees, but adds that with FREEDOM comes RESPONSIBILITY.

“When the rivers and air are polluted, when families and nations are at war, when homeless wanderers fill the highways, these are the traditional signs of a dark age.”— Pema Chodron, When Things Fall Apart

Trump wants to talk but can he think? by Finian Cunningham 🙂

US Senator Dianne Feinstein reveals FBI paid $900k to hack into phone of San Bernardino shooter . . .and if I recall correctly, the whole thing was a false flag!

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The next two videos are of interest, because apparently George is creating a far larger picture of the planet using the data he receives from all of us on a daily basis. This is a new idea to me, so I’m not yet sure I understand his efforts. Take a look and see if you get it..

Russia submits draft UN Security Council Resolution on Syrian ‘de-escalation areas’. . . the Agreement is already in effect, but they have excellent reasons for this submission.

Israel has doubled its spy agencies’ budget over last ten years

SOTT Comment: It’s expensive to interfere in other countries’ business. Just ask the CIA.

Beijing offers to rename economic corridor hoping to woo India into One Belt, One Road initiative. . . China continues with diplomatic efforts

WASHINGTON’S REAL MOTIVES IN NORTH KOREA AND AFGHANISTANPSYCHOLOGY, GEOPOLITICS & RARE EARTH METALS . . . I’m not sure I agree with their ‘take’ on this information. The world is no longer in the same place it was, and while we may be taken to the brink of war, I do not believe it will be allowed.

The geopolitics, psychology and economics of the North Korean crisis, the Afghan war and the final gambit.


Were you aware that it was recently discovered that North Korea is sitting on the worlds largest deposit of rare earth metals? In fact their deposit is twice as large as the world’s total known reserves prior to this discovery. This is find is estimated to be worth trillions of dollars (that’s trillions with a T).

Rare earth metals are essential in the manufacture of modern electronics, which makes it a matter of strategic importance, and China currently has a monopoly on global production. In the context of an escalation in the South China or the East China seas, this would be a significant vulnerability for the west.

Afghanistan also just happens to be sitting on a massive deposit of these metals This deposit is also valued in the trillions.

The ousting of South Korea’s President and the country’s new movement that cannot rest

War threats before a major political election had been effective in the past in swinging the South Korean electorate to the right, but not this year. The conservative camp is battered and split into two warring parties following the impeachment of former President Park Geun-hye. The general public—its collective consciousness heightened through the mass protests that successfully ousted Park—is no longer rallying behind hawkish candidates who fan public paranoia to garner votes.

Barring a last-minute surprise upset, liberal democrat Moon Jae-in will be the next president of South Korea. But does he truly represent the interests of the millions who took to the streets to unseat Park and demand systemic change? And what are the tasks facing the left vis a vis the new administration? These are the questions this article will discuss, but first, let’s quickly review the field of candidates.

North Korea’s favored candidate, liberal Moon Jae-in wins South Korea presidential election

China-N.Korea spat over nukes described as ‘tactical and short-lived’ by Russian experts

Gen. Haftar’s Libyan military forces liberate port in Benghazi from Al-Qaeda terrorists

Washington may be pushing the Syrian Kurds’ plan to extend territory

In a mainstream media interview, Hediya Yousef, head of the Kurdish federalism project, said the Syrian Kurds wanted more territory in the North, in return for helping the US retake Raqqa from Daesh. He claimed the Kurds had a “legal right” to create a trade corridor to the Mediterranean.

Iran: Islamabad must confront ‘Terrorist safe havens’ inside Pakistan

Iean has warned Pakistan that Tehran would hit militant bases inside the neighboring country if Islamabad does not confront Sunni insurgents who carry out cross-border attacks.

Iranian state media quoted the army’s chief of staff, Mohammad Hossein Bagheri, as saying on May 8 that Tehran expects “the Pakistani officials to control the borders, arrest the terrorists, and shut down their bases. If the terrorist attacks continue, we will hit their safe havens and cells, wherever they are,” he said.

Ten Iranian border guards were killed in April in an attack claimed by the Sunni militant group Jaish al-Adl.

Pepe Escobar: French Election of Emmanuel “Clinton” – Revolt of the Western Elites

US Equity Markets “Most Euphoric” In 23 Years Despite Commodity Carnage


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One Response to May 9, 2017, News

  1. Freedom does come with Responsibilities; and the sooner one is taught that the better. I published this comment when Justin Trudeau won the Liberal Leadership in Canada. Stable Societies and productive, civilised Countries are built on the foundations described below.

    Take a look at the productivity per capita and their Standard Of Living in Countries where violence is the norm.

    Michele Baillie

    Apr 15, 2013 at 9:22pm

    Finally a person in a leadership position who is not a career politician nor a business person! Mr.Trudeau; you’ll probably never see this; but, if you do, I hope you consider these words below:

    “Harming an innocent, whoever they be is wrong. Freedom is not a sanction for wrong doing. All people should have the same freedoms, and the same responsibilities to live by a just law.

    Morality comes from the top, such as parent to child. The first step then, is to set down just laws and show that all of us must live by their maxims.

    You can never stop all wrong doing, but if you don’t punish it, then it proliferates until anarchy wears the robes of tolerance and understanding.”


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