The following is a roundup of the @FinanceExaminer Ken “the Shotgun Professor” Schortgen Jr’s posts about the hysteria surrounding the Trump-Putin summit and the intriguing discovery of a Russo-Japanese war era shipwreck reportedly containing over $100 billion in gold bars. Even if the estimate of what can be salvaged from the Far Eastern waters proves overly optimistic, the shipwreck underlines the massive mineral wealth the Russian treasury possessed on the eve of World War I that Moscow’s historic enemies in the City of London coveted, and eventually plundered while using the mass murdering Bolsheviks as their agents. — JWSRead More
Posted by Harley Schlanger on March 04, 2018
March 2—It is not exactly a secret that so-called neo-conservatives in the U.S. State Department and the National Endowment for Democracy (NED), in conjunction with "left-wing" speculator and City of London operative George Soros, collaborated in the regime change coup in Ukraine in February 2014, which overthrew the democratically-elected government of Viktor Yanukovic. Former Assistant Secretary of State for Europe and Eurasian Affairs, the unabashed neocon Victoria Nuland, bragged that the U.S. and related agencies, such as the NED, spent $5 billion to lay the groundwork for the coup.
What is not generally known, however, due to the lying coverage in the Trans-Atlantic "Fake News" media, is that included in this unholy alliance of coup plotters were armed militia units made up of neo-Nazis, who were responsible for the bloodshed on Maidan Square in Kiev, and which threatened the ethnic Russians, which constitute the majority of the population in the eastern Ukraine regions of Donetsk and Luhansk. The lie that there was no neo-Nazi involvement has been maintained, despite ample evidence to the contrary, including interviews with militants pronouncing admiration for Hitler's collaborators in the Bandera movement in Ukraine during World War II, when Ukrainian units murdered ethnic Poles, Russians, and other "non-Ukrainians", including Ukrainian Jews. The armed "Banderistas" and related thugs have been incorporated into the security apparatus of the Kiev regime, and continue to march in the halls of Parliament and on the streets, under banners with pictures of Bandera, the Nazi collaborator, and symbols going back to their alliance with the Nazi SS.Read More
Sunday's thorough indictment of the FBI by New York judge and former prosecutor Jeanine Pirro was needed, and completely accurate as far as she went. America does not need, and should not have, such a Federal Bureau of Investigation.
Since its creation under Anglophile President Theodore "Teddy" Roosevelt in 1908, at British instigation, the role of the FBI has been to delude Americans as to who their adversaries and enemies were, not to fight crime.
Its first job was to tar and feather "Russian and Eastern European reds"; then to arrest, exile, or kill American leaders who did not believe in 1915 that the United States should go to war with Germany. Then it was East European "reds" again, and dossiers to blackmail Presidents Franklin Roosevelt and John F. Kennedy (as well as JFK's brother Attorney General Robert Kennedy) against detente with Russia; harassment, surveillance, arrests and murders to destroy the Civil Rights movement. And then the post-J.Edgar Hoover "modern era" of making serial murderers into FBI informants and protected witnesses, including protecting the Saudi accessories before-and-after-the-fact to the 9/11 attacks. [Above WH photo of Xi and Trump by: Andrea Hanks)Read More
The Senate Intelligence Committee's hearing Tuesday, with the leaders of the U.S. intelligence agencies, was an anti-Russia, anti-China riot by Senators and witnesses alike. The new McCarthyite political correctness overwhelmed any discussion of the actual topic, "threats to America's national security." If there is any question as to why President Trump has failed to pursue what he intended — great power cooperation with both Russia and China against terrorism and regional wars — it was answered by the display in the Senate Tuesday, which surrounds him in the White House as well.Read More
Thursday's terrorist attack ISIS is taking credit for in Barcelona, Catalunia (see Deb @BanksterSlayer Caruthers important article on the numerology of this atrocity) has barely dented the frenzied media coverage of President Donald Trump's allegedly insufficient denunciations of the Klu Klux Klan and neo-Nazism after the tragic death of a young woman in Charlottesville, Virginia. The legacy media is attempting to pressure, or more accurately choreograph, a growing number of supposedly moderate Republicans like Sen. Bob Corker (R-TN) into denouncing the president, as the most partisan Democrats demand impeachment or more than hint at his assassination. Meanwhile, Vice News, a media outlet that made a name for itself covering the Maidan mayhem in Ukraine and the subsequent war in Donbass, is provocatively calling for a Taliban-style destruction of Mount Rushmore.
Click on the extended post to listen to the Thursday, August 17, 2017 edition of Hanging with Harley on RogueMoney Radio, and for video of NSA whistleblower William Binney's takedown of the US intelligence (Clapper/Brennan) assessment 'Russia hacked the DNC' on Tucker Carlson's August 14 Fox News show.
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The Russia Analyst collates the latest legacy media BS about the Russians hacking the election to tilt it towards Trump -- despite The Donald winning 62.8 million voters and 306 electoral votes -- and #NeverTrump fanatics pushing an Electoral College coup. V and Producer CJ take it all apart in Monday December 12th's Mornings With V. -- JWSRead More
U.S. News and World Report says several news outlets and aggregators smeared as conduits for 'Russian propaganda' to reach at least 15 million Americans are preparing legal action against the people behind @PropOrNot. It isn't clear from the US News article if these individuals are also weighing a libel lawsuit against the Foreign Policy Research Institute (FPRI), the neoconservative-dominated, Cold War 2.0 promoting think tank based in Philadelphia and Washington that pushed @PropOrNot's 'methodology' to Washington Post reporter Craig Timberg. Turning the tables when it comes to the use of anonymity, a private citizen who wishes to remain anonymous is offering a $10,000 reward, payable in bitcoin, for verified exposure of the identities behind @PropOrNot...Read More