Federal Reserve Bank Of Dallas warns Trump that the system cannot continue with this debt load. Trump promises to make the government more efficient. The Fed pats itself on the back for a great job well done. The Fed is now broadcasting to the world that they fixed the economy. The IMF released a paper letting everyone know that Russia might be to blame for what is happening to the economies of the world globally. Judicial Watch file suit and tells states to fix their voting system numbers. Former Hillary Clinton employee arrested for treason. Sweden’s largest newspapers thinks it might be a good time to ban vehicles. Trump calls Xi of China about North Korea. US deploys sniffer plane to North Korea, getting prepared to create an instance of why the US needs to go into North Korea. China says it fake news, they have not deployed troops to the border of NK. Pentagon release 4 page paper on the chemical attack, it shows no proof whatsoever. Tillerson meets with Putin. Seymour Hersh says Hillary sold sarin gas to the terrorists. Trump says we are not evading Syria. The entire bombing of the base in Syria was put on as a show to expose the deep state. The trap has been set and the deep state is about to get caught up in it.
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Current News – 04.12.2017
- Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas President Robert Kaplan warned “we are highly leveraged” implicitly warning President Trump that the country’s ability to boost growth through debt is limited.
- It appears Mr. Kaplan was fine with President Obama’s doubling of the national debt as The Fed held rates at zero during his term?
- Judicial Watch today announced it has sent notice-of-violation letters threatening to sue 11 states having counties in which the number of registered voters exceeds the number of voting-age citizens, as calculated by the U.S. Census Bureau’s 2011-2015 American Community Survey. According to the letters, this is “strong circumstantial evidence that these … counties are not conducting reasonable voter registration record maintenance as mandated under the [National Voter Registration Act] NVRA.” Both the NVRA and the federal Help America Vote Act require states to take reasonable steps to maintain accurate voting rolls.
- The 11 states are: Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Iowa, Kentucky, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina and Tennessee.
- Section 8 of the National Voter Registration Act requires states to make a reasonable effort to remove the names of ineligible voters from official lists due to “the death of the registrant” or “a change in the residence of the registrant,” and requires states to ensure noncitizens are not registered to vote.
- Based on its review of Election Assistance Commission (EAC) data, and more recent U.S. Census Bureau American Community Survey and the states’ voter registration records, Judicial Watch found the following counties have more total registered voters than the citizen voting age (18) population:
- Alabama: Choctaw, Conecuh, Greene, Hale, Lowndes, Macon, Marengo, Perry, Washington, Wilcox.
- Florida: Clay, Flagler, Okaloosa, Osceola, Santa Rosa, St. Johns.
- Georgia: Bryan, Columbia, DeKalb, Fayette, Forsyth, Fulton, Lee, Marion, McIntosh, Oconee.
- Illinois: Alexander, Bureau, Cass, Clark, Crawford, DuPage, Franklin, Grundy, Hardin, Henderson, Jefferson, Jersey, Massac, McHenry, Mercer, Monroe, Pulaski, Rock Island, Sangamon, Scott, Union, Wabash, Washington, White.
- Iowa: Scott, Johnson.
- Kentucky: Anderson, Bath, Boone, Breathitt, Caldwell, Carlisle, Cumberland, Fulton, Gallatin, Greenup, Hancock, Henry, Jefferson, Jessamine, Kenton, Livingston, Magoffin, McCracken, Menifee, Mercer, Monroe, Oldham, Powell, Russell, Scott, Spencer, Trigg, Trimble, Wolfe, Woodford.
- Maryland: Montgomery.
- New Jersey: Essex, Somerset.
- New York: Nassau.
- North Carolina: Buncombe, Camden, Chatham, Cherokee, Clay, Dare, Durham, Guilford, Madison, Mecklenburg, New Hanover, Orange, Union, Watauga, Yancey.
- Tennessee: Williamson.
- Candace Marie Claiborne has become the first Clinton-era State Department employee indicted on treason charges, after a federal grand jury indicted her for conspiring to defraud the U.S. government, concealing contact with foreign spies, obstructing an official proceeding, and making false statements to the FBI.
- Claiborne, a veteran State Department employee who possessed a Top Secret security clearance, concealed her extensive contacts with Chinese intelligence agents, who for years lavished her with thousands of dollars in gifts as part of a pay-for-play scheme, according to a Department of Justice press release.
- The bill of charges contains numerous felonies and Claiborne, 60, is facing spending the rest of her life behind bars, as prosecutors warn she is “the first of many” corrupt Clinton-era State Department employees that will be bought to justice by a reinvigorated DOJ.
- You knew it was coming, we knew it was coming…and now the day has finally arrived that some extreme leftist has called for the banning of automobiles as a means of preventing terrorist attacks…you know, because the person driving the vehicles couldn’t possibly be to blame.
- Eva Franchell, writing for a large Swedish newspaper, Aftonbladet.
- Franchell’s opinion piece referred to automobiles as “effective murder machines” that must be banned at once if our world leaders are truly committed to the cause of fighting terrorism.
“It just isn’t reasonable that a big truck can be driven right into one of Stockholm’s busiest streets on a Friday afternoon right before Easter.”
- Trump called President Xi on the phone to discuss trade and the developing North Korean situation. According to China’s state television, Xi stuck with his objective of “denuclearization” of the Korean Peninsula, and called for a peaceful resolution of rising tension.
- China’s Defense Ministry said on Wednesday that foreign media reports about a build-up of Chinese troops on its border with North Korea were “pure fabrication”.
- As tensions over North Korea’s nuclear program mount, the United States Air Force has deployed a WC-135 (a.k.a. the “Nuclear Sniffer”), an aircraft that specializes in detecting radioactive debris after the detonation of a nuclear device, to Okinawa, Japan to assist with monitoring for potential nuclear tests in the region.
- According to The Aviationist, the WC-135 can be used to capture atmospheric samples and analyze the fallout residue in real-time to help confirm the characteristics of any nuclear warhead used.
- the White Hosue released a “declassified four-page report” on the alleged chemical weapons attack in the village of Khan Shaykhun in the Syrian province of Idlib.
- However, the report provides only a “summary” of the United States vision of the situation. According to it, the United States have intelligence and evidence of the attack but it cannot provide it because they are classified…
- The report says that the Syrian government maintains a capability to conduct chemical weapons attack to prevent “the loss of territory deemed critical to its survival”. Then, the “declassified” report just retells the story
And the rest of the paper is dedicated to blaiming and shaming of Russia and Syria.
- Despite speculations to the contrary, US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is meeting Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow. Some observers claimed this wouldn’t happen due to the tension between the two nations.
- On Tuesday, Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI) wrote an email to The Hill, pushing back against criticism of her criticism of President Donald Trump’s missile strike in Syria.
- The Hill chopped the headline down to “We Need to Learn From Iraq,” even though what Gabbard actually said was, “We need to learn from Iraq and Libya,” questioning not only President George W. Bush’s policy in Iraq but the Obama administration’s intervention in Syria.
- A draft resolution condemning the Syrian government for the alleged chemical attack in the country that was introduced by the UK, France and the US was blocked by Russia
- The resolution asked the Syrian government to provide flight plans and logs of its military operations on the day of the incident and for the country to open its air bases to UN investigators.
- Russia supports Damascus’ request filed with the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) that it should deploy a representative international mission with balanced staff whose conclusions could be trusted, Mikhail Ulyanov, the head of the Russian Foreign Ministry’s department on arms control, told TASS on Wednesday.
- “It has been eight days since the incident occurred, but the OPCW has taken no practical steps to launch an investigation,” “It was only announced that an OPCW mission had started collecting all the available information but we understand that means they are collecting information on the internet and questioning witnesses in Syria’s neighboring countries. It is nothing but a sham while there is a need for a serious and full-fledged investigation to be conducted on the scene.”
- American investigative journalist Seymour Hersh claims that Hillary Clinton secretly sold Sarin nerve gas to Syrian rebels when she was secretary of state.
- According to Hersh, the Obama administration helped approve the transfer of chemical weapons from Libya into the hands of terrorists operating within Syria.
- US President Donald Trump has ruled out sending American troops to Syria to fight the government of President Bashar al-Assad, insisting that defeating Daesh (ISIL) remains Washington’s first priority.
- “Our big mission is getting rid of ISIS (ISIL),” Trump said. “That’s where it’s always been. But when you see kids choking to death, you watch their lungs burning out, we had to hit him (Assad) and hit him hard.”
- Claiming that the US attack was “an act of humanity,” Trump said he reflected a lot on the severity of the strike and came to the conclusion that “this would be the appropriate first shot.”
- Nearly half of the approximately 20,000 foreign militants fighting in Syria hail from the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), Russian President Vladimir Putin said.
He further estimated that around 5,000 fighters are from Central Asian states.
“These are mainly CSTO countries, by the way,” Putin stressed, underscoring the need to create a broad international anti-terrorist coalition.
- Source: sputniknews.com
- The Saker
- a classical US-executed false flag
- a Syrian strike on a location which happened to be storing some kind of gas, possibly chlorine, but most definitely not sarin. T
- the US fed bad intelligence to the Syrians and got them to bomb a location where the US knew that toxic gas was stored.
- What is evident is that the Syrians did not drop chemical weapons from their aircraft and that no chemical gas was ever stored at the al-Shayrat airbase. There is no footage showing any munitions or containers which would have delivered the toxic gas. As for US and other radar recordings, all they can show is that an aircraft was in the sky, its heading, altitude and speed. There is no way to distinguish a chemical munition or a chemical attack by means of radar.
- Also, and just for the record, the US had been considering exactly such a false flag attack in the past. You can read everything about this plan here and here.
- The attack:
- American and Russian sources both agree on the following facts: 2 USN ships launched 59 Tomahawk cruise missiles at the Al Shayrat airfield in Syria. The US did not consult with the Russians on a political level, but through military channels the US gave Russia 2 hours advance warning. At this point the accounts begin to differ.
- The Americans say that all missiles hit their targets. The Russians say that only 23 cruise missiles hit the airfield.
- It is also indisputable that there were no chemical munitions at this base as nobody, neither the Syrians nor the Russian reporters, had to wear any protective gear.
- The missiles used in the attack, the Tomahawk, can use any combination of three guidance systems: GPS, inertial navigation and terrain mapping. There is no evidence and even no reports that the Russians shot even a single air-defense missile. In fact, the Russians had signed a memorandum with the USA which specifically comitting Russia NOT to interfere with any US overflights, manned or not, over Syria (and vice versa).
- Trump never intended to really hit the Syrians hard and this entire attack was just “for show”
- Explanation B: The Russians could not legally shoot down the US missiles. Furthermore, it is incorrect to assume that these cruise missiles flew a direct course from the Mediterranean to their target (thereby almost overflying the Russian radar positions). since the Russians were warned about the attack they had plenty of time to prepare their electronic warfare stations to “fry” and otherwise disable at least part of the cruise missiles.
- There are two reasons why the Russians would have decided to use their EW systems and not their missiles: first, it provides them “plausible deninability” (at least for the general public, there is no doubt that US signal intelligence units did detect the Russian electronic interference (unless it happened at very low power and very high frequency and far away inland), and because by using EW systems it allowed them to keep their air defense missiles for the protection of their own forces. Can the Russian really do this?