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Turkey’s New Relationship with Russia — and Assad

Until the July 15th U.S.-backed (or so the Turkish government alleges) coup-attempt to overthrow Turkey’s President Tayyip Erdogan, Erdogan was trying to overthrow Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad, whom the U.S. regime likewise wants to overthrow. However, Russia’s President Vladimir Putin saved Erdogan’s Presidency, and probably Erdogan’s life, by contacting him hours prior to the pending coup and thus enabled him to plan and prepare so as to overcome the attempt, and crush the operation.

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Israeli tech company’s spyware turns UAE activist’s iPhone into a self-tracking device

Two University of Toronto researchers from Munk School of Global Affairs Citizen Lab have uncovered an iPhone-based attack on Ahmed Mansoor, a prominent United Arab Emirates human rights defender. Bill Marczakand John Scott-Railton, with the collaboration of Lookout Security, discovered the attack, which used Zero Day exploits against Apple’s iOS operating system. Citizen Lab shared the preliminary findings with Lookout Security for verification and further analysis and undertook an immediate responsible disclosure of the zero days to Apple Inc.

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Good Cop Vindicated After Being Raided by Sheriff for Calling Out Corruption in His Town

Police officer Wayne Anderson took a risk when he shared evidence of corruption in the Terrebonne Sheriff’s Office. He was finally vindicated, however, when the Louisiana First Circuit Court of Appeals ruled a raid on his home was unconstitutional. A unanimous decision handed down from the Louisiana First Circuit Court of Appeals found that a raid on Anderson’s home was unconstitutional, as the rationale for it contained a fatal flaw. Two computers and five cellphones were confiscated from his home under the premise that he was breaking the law with defamation. He was not, the court found.

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Russian journalist critical of Vladimir Putin found dead on his birthday with gunshot wound to head

A well-known Russian journalist and critic of President Vladimir Putin has been found dead in his Kiev apartment with a gunshot wound to the head. The body of Alexander Shchetinin, founder the Novy Region (New Region) press agency, was found at his flat after friends tried to visit him on his birthday.

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Prison Corporation Demanded Women Show Vaginas to “Prove They Were Menstruating” – Lawsuit

Private prison company Corrections Corporation of America asked a judge to seal documents in a case brought by women claiming they had to prove they were on their period when they visited a Tennessee prison. In January 2015, Jane Doe sued CCA and South Central Correctional Facility employees for unreasonable search and seizure, claiming jail guards made her pull down her pants to prove that she was on her period when she visited an inmate.

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Obama's Parting Gift: $20 Trillion In Public Debt And A Rising Budget Deficit

This means that US debt under president Obama has nearly doubled from $10.6 trillion to $19.5 trillion: there is a good chance that on the last day of Obama's presidency, total debt will be in the $20 trillion range. Yet even as US debt has continued to grow, one topic which several years ago was a key political talking point - facilitating the emergence of the tea party, and even resulting in the US downgrade of 2011 - , America's surging budget deficits, have gotten far less prominence in recent years, for one reason: the US deficit, while massive, was declining.

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Norway Builds A Wall, Because Migrants

The Left always complains that the United States isn't more like Europe, particularly Scandinavia, and now the joke's on them because Norway now plans to build a border wall to halt the flow of illegal migrants pouring in from Russia. This racist display of European white supremacy will be a 660 foot-long steel fence stretching 11 feet high and will run from the Storskog border crossing on the Norway-Russia border.

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Colin Kaepernick Is Righter Than You Know: The National Anthem Is a Celebration of Slavery

Almost no one seems to be aware that even if the U.S. were a perfect country today it would be bizarre to expect African American players to stand for the Star Spangled Banner. Why? Because it literally celebrates the murder of African Americans.

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The Turkish Invasion Of Syria As Path To "Regime Change"

Turkish supplies for the Islamic Army of Conquest offensives in South Aleppo and Latakia: arms, ammo, supplies, even artillery, tanks have been reported as flowing like water over the Turkish border Turkey is obviously not coordinating its incursion with the Syrian government which condemns it as a violation of its sovereignty. The Kremlin's impotent calls for Turkey to coordinate with Damascus while waving the old Geneva communique have been completely ignored. Unfortunately there is little they can do at this point without engaging in a full scale war with Turkey and the U.S. in Syria. Something the Kremlin lacks the will to do. Turkey/U.S. intend that their proxies take Aleppo as leverage in settlement negotiations to force Assad to step down, or partition if that fails. Both the Turkish and FSA flags, (not the Syrian flag), were raised over "liberated" Jarablus

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COINTEL CHAOS: The MI5’s ‘Known Wolf’ Preacher, Aleppo Agitprop & NATO’s Mask

A hyper-propagandized war image goes viral in the West, while a preacher implicated in terror plots was ‘protected’ by MI5 – two narratives, both reflecting the ‘humanitarian’ and ‘radicalization’ guises of NATO’s international security syndicate. When we scratch away the mainstream surface version of the story, what we discover underneath is a web of deep state actors, clandestine deception and media manipulation that exceeds anything Robert Ludlum’s pen could ever put to paper…

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Hillary Clinton’s “Humanitarian Interventionists” Prepare for War in Syria

Defense One, the online magazine published by the self-described “neocon guy" David Bradley, has called for a no-fly zone in Syria. Evelyn N. Farkas, a senior fellow at the Atlantic Council, a NATO operation, writes the United States is “morally complicit in the worsening humanitarian catastrophe that is Syria,” but not for the reason you might think. The United States is guilty because it has not intervened more directly. “We should be ready to enforce [a no-fly zone] through military force and communicate this directly to the Russian government. We should seek U.N. Security Council approval, but be prepared to proceed without it.”

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German Pro-Atlantic Paper Admits: Ghouta Sarin Attack Committed By Al-Qaeda

The German paper Die Welt is staunchly pro-NATO and pro-U.S. It always follows the official, conservative propaganda lines up to the dot on the last i. But in today's Sunday edition one of its well-connected journalists and department head argues for a change of direction on Syria. Assad is not going to go away and "the west" needs to accept that to prevent a Salafist take-over of that country.

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North Dakota Governor Declares STATE OF EMERGENCY — Calls On Cops To Squash Native American Protests To Save State Money

The price tag for the cost of police to fight the protesters is small in comparison to the cost of cleaning up an oil spill. With the steady stream of protesters pouring into the area around the Dakota Access pipeline demonstration near the Standing Rock Indian Reservation, state and county officials are asking North Dakota Governor Jack Dalrymple for financial assistance. Native News Online reports that Governor Dalrmple issued an emergency declaration for southwest and south central North Dakota.

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Oligarchy in action. Billionaire donors Laura and John Arnold support far more in Maryland than aerial police surveillance

From low-tech eyeglasses to high-tech spyglasses, the wealthy Texas philanthropists bankrolling secret aerial surveillance of Baltimore are no strangers to public policy initiatives in Maryland that match their charitable vision. In the spring, Laura and John Arnold gave $450,000 from their Houston-based foundation to Johns Hopkins University to support a city initiative to give free glasses to thousands of public school students to study how better vision improves school performance.

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Govt Exposed for Forcing Foster Kids, Even Toddlers to Take Dangerous Psychotropic Drugs

After years of growing concern, the California state auditor has produced a damning report describing how the state’s 79,000 foster children are being drugged with psychotropic medications at abnormally high rates. The report found that nearly 12 percent of kids in California’s child welfare system were prescribed psychotropic medications – including antipsychotics, antidepressants and mood stabilizers – during 2014-2015. This compares to a rate of 4 to 10 percent for non-foster kids.

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Total State Or Total Freedom: The 8 Marks Of Fascist Policy

The most definitive study on fascism written in these years was As We Go Marching by John T. Flynn. Flynn was a journalist and scholar of a liberal spirit who had written a number of best-selling books in the 1920s. It was the New Deal that changed him. His colleagues all followed FDR into fascism, while Flynn himself kept the old faith. That meant that he fought FDR every step of the way, and not only his domestic plans. Flynn was a leader of the America First movement that saw FDR’s drive to war as nothing but an extension of the New Deal, which it certainly was. As We Go Marching came out in 1944, just at the tail end of the war, and right in the midst of wartime economic controls the world over. It is a wonder that it ever got past the censors. It is a full-scale study of fascist theory and practice, and Flynn saw precisely where fascism ends: in militarism and war as the fulfillment of the stimulus spending agenda. When you run out of everything else to spend money on, you can always depend on nationalist fervor to back more military spending.

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Rebranded Al-Qaeda Cell In Syria Receiving US Weapons

Though many scoffed when the Al Qaeda affiliate in Syria, Jabhat Al-Nusra, rebranded itself Jabhat Fateh Al-Sham, that cosmetic change was apparently enough to convince the US government to start sending them arms. In the recent push by rebels in the city of Aleppo, Al-Nusra /Al-Sham took a leading role and was reportedly among the rebels groups who received US weapons. Those weapons will first be used to kill Syrian government troops and after that, well, who knows?

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Report: Twitter Suspends DCLeaks Account After Huge George Soros Leak

Twitter has suspended the account of DCLeaks after the site released documents on the liberal billionaire George Soros, including those showing that he worked to block immigration reform and documenting illegals. “This account has been suspended,” Twitter says when accessing DCLeaks page with the Soros documents via a posting by WikiLeaks, which is not affiliated with the group

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Talking-Car Technology Pits Two U.S. Agencies against Each Other

Cars that wirelessly talk to each other are finally ready for the road, creating the potential to dramatically reduce traffic deaths, improve the safety of self-driving cars and someday maybe even help solve traffic jams, automakers and government officials say. But there's a big catch. The cable television and high-tech industries want to take away a large share of the radio airwaves the government dedicated for transportation in 1999, and use it instead for superfast Wi-Fi service. Auto industry officials are fighting to hang on to as much of the spectrum as they can, saying they expect they will ultimately need all of it for the new vehicle-to-vehicle communications, or V2V.

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Shocking Video Shows Cops Kick In Door, Assault, & Pepper Spray Innocent 84yo Grandma

Last week, an innocent 84-year-old grandma was attacked by police, pepper sprayed, arrested, and hospitalized after officers chased her son during a traffic stop. On Friday, the graphic body camera video of that attack was released showing the horrid and outright insane response to her son rolling a stop sign. Police were after the victim’s son, who they say refused to stop and ran into her home instead. When officers showed up, according to Smith and the body camera video, they kicked in her door and as she got up to see who was there — she was met with a face full of chemical agent.

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