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IDF Chief Says Israel is Becoming Like Nazi Germany, Refuses to Back Down

Last year, a top Israeli general’s comments during the country’s annual Holocaust Remembrance Day address sparked controversy when he likened the atmosphere in modern day Israel to 1930’s Nazi Germany. Now, the outgoing IDF Deputy Chief has doubled down on his remarks and in an interview this week, defended his controversial speech.

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Meanwhile In Venezuela, The Real Mad Max Emerges

While Silicon Valley seems obsessed by 'blood boys', its another part of the world that appears to have gone full Mad Max. As the following clip shows a gang of bikers chase down and attack a truck (with molotov cocktails) to steal its sugar payload...

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BART Withholds Video Of Attacks Over Concern About "Stereotypes"

Over the last few months, several attacks by large groups have targeted riders on San Francisco’s Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) trains, resulting in robberies and injuries. The first of these took place in April and involved as many as sixty youth and seven victims, two of whom were beaten. The two most recent came at the end of June, including an armed robbery with a knife and another incident with a dozen perpetrators robbing a woman.

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China’s Shift Towards California’s Gold Mountain

California has seen an increase in Chinese financial support for politicians, a takeover of anti-Beijing crime groups and growing diplomatic ties between the West Coast and China

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VIDEO: 147-mph biker chase demonstrates latest aerial surveillance tech

On Independence Day, one American decided to exercise his freedom to ride his motorcycle at speeds up to 147 miles per hour. That and several other freedoms were quickly taken away thanks a police plane which released aerial footage demonstrating an astonishing array of data overlaid.

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Horrifying Video Shows Cops Hold Handcuffed Man Down as K9 Rips Him to Shreds

An unarmed mentally ill man was handcuffed and completely subdued as San Diego cops held him down while their K9 tore his arm apart.

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DARPA Wants Bidirectional Brain Implants, 1 Million Neuron Resolution a “Starting Point”

DARPA is known for issuing big challenges. Still, the mission statement for its new Neural Engineering Systems Design program is a doozy: Make neural implants that can record high-fidelity signals from 1 million neurons.

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Was Russian Lawyer Who Met Don Jnr. a Dem Plant?

Questions are swirling over Russian lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya after a picture of her with Obama’s ambassador to Russia emerged that was taken just eight days after she met with Donald Trump Jnr. Veselnitskaya first met with Don Jr. after promising him political dirt on Hillary Clinton, although the meeting, during which Veselnitskaya mainly talked about Russian adoptions, was a complete waste of time.

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Which Campaign Truly Colluded With Russia?

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US-Backed Coalition Violated International Law in Iraqi Killings: Amnesty

A new report from human rights group Amnesty International is harshly critical of the tactics used by Iraq forces and their allies (i.e. the US) in the invasion and occupation of the ISIS-held city of Mosul, saying they flagrantly violated international law and might amount to war crimes. The report centered on the massive civilian death toll in attacks, particularly escalating as the battle moved into western Mosul, saying Iraqi forces regularly used unnecessary amounts of force and indiscriminate targeting which put civilians at undue risk.

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A Bad Blueprint: Intelligence Agencies Coopting Private Enterprise

Earlier this week, The New York Times published a story on how top Trump administration officials have asked Erik Prince, the founder of Blackwater, and billionaire Stephen Feinberg, who owns military contractor DynCorp, to come up with alternative plans on how to proceed in Afghanistan. Perhaps not surprisingly, the two men, who have made untold sums of money off the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, came up with a plan to rely on private contractors instead of the US military. This story may sound familiar and it usually doesn’t end well.

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Two Israeli companies: spying on the world

A quick bit of recent history concerning two little known Israeli companies, Narus and Verint. They have helped the NSA spy on the planet. Narus, in 2010, was folded into Boeing, one of the largest defense contractors in the world. Then, in 2014, Boeing sold Narus to Symantec. In 2016, Symantec sold half of itself to the Carlyle Group. So Narus, a little engine that could, has been keeping very high-priced company.

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Connecticut Capital Hartford Downgraded To Junk By S&P

One week ago, Illinois passed its three year-overdue budget in hopes of avoiding a downgrade to junk status, however in an unexpected twist, Moody's said that it may still downgrade the near-insolvent state, regardless of the so-called budget "deal." In fact, a downgrade of Illinois may come at any moment, making it the first U.S. state whose bond ratings tip into junk, although as of yesterday, credit rating agencies said they were still reviewing the state's newly enacted budget and tax package

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The (In)significance of Baghdadi Being "Dead"

Hopeful onlookers should recall how Bin Laden's death was followed by the expansion of terrorism, not its defeat. 

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Study: Tesla Car Battery Production Releases As Much CO2 As 8 Years Of Driving On Gas

Enormous hopes are linked to electric cars as the solution to the automotive industry’s climate problems. However, electric car batteries are eco-villains during their manufacturing. Several tons of carbon dioxide (CO2) are generated even before the batteries leave the factory.

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French spy who helped bomb Rainbow Warrior tracked down 32 years later

A French spy who infiltrated the environmentalist group Greenpeace and in 1985 helped bomb the organization’s flagship, the Rainbow Warrior, has spoken to the media for the first time. The British-based activist organization had purchased the trawler from the British government in 1977 and used it to carry out maritime research and other operations. In July 1985, the Rainbow Warrior, captained by the American environmental activist Peter Wilcox, was docked at the port of Auckland, New Zealand. It was being prepared to lead a flotilla of vessels to the French Polynesian atoll of Mororoa, in order to try to stop a planned nuclear test by the French military.

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Cashless society closer than we think

While the Greeks rush to hang on to any cash they can find, Denmark has predicted it'll be the first country in the world to get rid of notes and coins altogether. They'll be replaced by plastic and tap and go technology as soon as next year. And Australia might not be far behind.

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OpEd: Donald Trump Jr Did Nothing Wrong By Collecting Criminal Information on Hillary Clinton From Any Source

Donald Trump Jr did nothing wrong by collecting potential criminally incriminating information about a prospective presidential candidate Hillary Clinton from ANY source, as this would protect the American people, the United States of America, and further the interests of law enforcement and justice.

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The Media Says the US Just Liberated Mosul: Here’s What Really Happened

The mainstream media appears to be celebrating ISIS’ recent defeat in Mosul, albeit with some reservations. The media is largely using the word “liberation,” which indicates the people of Mosul have been freed from a monstrous force by a friendly, benevolent one. In reality, the “liberation” of Mosul paints a dark, horrifying picture of America’s foreign policy when one realizes how ISIS took hold of Mosul in the first place

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First video of US Missile Defense Agency's THAAD test

The US Missile Defense Agency (MDA) has released photos and video of its Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) defense system shooting down an intermediate-range ballistic missile (IRBM).

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