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Decision to bring White Helmets to Canada dangerous and criminal

Decision to bring White Helmets to Canada dangerous and criminal | 10 Aug 2018 | Did Canadians get to vote on whether or not to bring potential terrorists or supporters of terrorists to Canada? No. Will Canadians get a say in where these potentially dangerous men will be settled? Highly unlikely. Ninety-eight members of the White Helmets, and a few hundred of their families, were evacuated by Israel and allies to Jordan late in evening of July 21. They will seemingly be shipped off to a few Western nations for resettlement: Canada, the UK, and Germany. So far, Canada has pledged to take 50 White Helmets and around 200 family members. Wrongly dubbed the "Syrian Civil Defense" (the actual Syrian Civil Defense has existed since 1953), the White Helmets narrative is flawed in every conceivable manner. [The White Helmets] are in reality a massively Western-funded organization with salaried volunteers...They contain numerous members who have participated in or supported criminal acts in Syria, including torture, assassinations, beheading, and kidnapping of civilians, as well as inciting Western military intervention in Syria.

Homebase to review sale of Monsanto weedkiller after US cancer verdict

Homebase to review sale of Monsanto weedkiller after US cancer verdict --Roundup was ruled by a Californian jury to have caused Dewayne Johnson's lymphoma | 11 Aug 2018 | One of the UK's largest DIY retailers is reviewing the sale of Roundup weedkiller products amid mounting concerns about their use, after a US jury found that the herbicide had caused a terminally ill man's cancer. The manufacturer of the weedkiller, Monsanto, has insisted that British consumers are safe to continue using Roundup products, which are widely sold at DIY stores and used by British farmers. But a spokesperson for Homebase said it would be reviewing its product range after the ruling in California.

Monsanto ordered to pay $289m to terminally ill groundsman who used Roundup weedkiller

Monsanto ordered to pay $289m to terminally ill groundsman who used Roundup weedkiller | 11 Aug 2018 | A jury has ordered the chemical giant [terrorist group] Monsanto to pay a terminally ill school groundskeeper $289 million (£226 million) in damages in the first trial over claims that its Roundup weedkiller causes cancer. Lee Johnson, whose doctors didn't think he'd live long enough to learn the verdict, prevailed Friday in San Francisco state court after jurors deliberated for three days. The trial was an important test of the evidence against Monsanto and will serve as a template for litigating thousands of other claims over the herbicide.

Police block public from entering Metro station where Unite the Right attendees are gathering

Police block public from entering Metro station where Unite the Right attendees are gathering | 12 Aug 2018 | The D.C. Metro system has closed at least one entrance at a Virginia station to the public, allowing in only attendees of the "Unite the Right" rally. Video posted to Twitter by WUSA reporter Mike Valerio showed about a dozen police officers in riot gear entering the north entrance of the Vienna metro station. "We're being told by police that ONLY #UniteTheRight2 protesters will be allowed in this entrance - NOT the general public," Valerio tweeted.

Spicer: Omarosa taping chief of staff John Kelly is 'a massive violation of every security protocol'

Spicer: Omarosa taping chief of staff John Kelly is 'a massive violation of every security protocol' | 12 Aug 2018 | Former White House press secretary Sean Spicer on Sunday called ex-White House aide Omarosa Manigault Newman's taping of White House chief of staff John Kelly "a massive violation of every security protocol." "She taped the chief of staff for the White House in the situation room, clearly a violation of every security protocol that she signed when she applied for a security clearance," Spicer said on "Fox News Sunday." A number of lawyers in the national security community and journalists were quick to point out that the recording should not have happened, given electronics are not allowed to enter the situation room.

Boston Globe calls on US newspapers to target Trump in coordinated attack

Boston Globe calls on US newspapers to target Trump in coordinated attack | 11 Aug 2018 | The Boston Globe is calling on newspapers across the country to publish editorials taking a stand against President Trump's repeated attacks on the media. The Associated Press reported Friday that the Globe is calling for the editorial boards of other newspapers to publish editorials on Aug. 16 denouncing the Trump administration's "dirty war against the free [sic - Deep State-owned] press." Marjorie Pritchard, the deputy managing editor of the Globe who oversees the paper’s editorial page, told the AP that dozens of newspapers have already signed on to join the coordinated effort, including larger metropolitan daily newspapers and smaller publications.

Jury orders Monsanto to pay $289 million in California Roundup cancer trial

Jury orders Monsanto to pay $289 million in California Roundup cancer trial | 11 Aug 2018 | A jury's $289 million award to a former school groundskeeper who said Monsanto's Roundup left him dying of cancer will bolster thousands of pending cases and open the door for countless people who blame their suffering on the weedkiller, the man's lawyers said. Johnson, 46, alleges that heavy contact with the herbicide caused his non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. The state Superior Court jury agreed that Roundup contributed to Johnson's cancer and Monsanto should have provided a label warning of the potential health hazard.

Julian Assange 'seriously considering' request to meet US Senate committee

Julian Assange 'seriously considering' request to meet US Senate committee --Lawyers say WikiLeaks founder may agree to speak to inquiry into Russia's [alleged] role in US election | 09 Aug 2018 | Lawyers for Julian Assange say they are "seriously considering" a request from a US Senate committee to interview the WikiLeaks founder as part of its investigation into alleged Russian interference in the 2016 US election. The Senate select committee on intelligence has written to Assange at the Ecuadorian embassy in London, where he has been living for more than six years. Assange fears that he will be extradited to the US for questioning over the activities of WikiLeaks if he leaves the embassy building.

US bars Pakistani military officers from training programs

US bars Pakistani military officers from training programs | 10 Aug 2018 | The Trump administration has barred scores of Pakistani military officers from coveted training and educational programs that have been a staple of bilateral relations US taxpayer-funded lunacy for more than a decade. The move is one of the first known steps from Trump's decision this year to suspend security assistance to Pakistan to compel it to crack down on Islamic militants.

Male, pale and stale university professors to be given 'reverse mentors'

Male, pale and stale university professors to be given 'reverse mentors' | 09 Aug 2018 | Male, pale and stale university professors are to be given "reverse mentors" to teach them about unconscious bias, under a new Government funded scheme. Under the project, white men in senior academic posts will be assigned a junior female colleague from an ethnic minority as a mentor. Prof John Rowe, who is overseeing the project at Birmingham University, said he hoped the scheme will allow eminent professors to confront their own biases and leave them "feeling quite uncomfortable”.

Nearly 10K people have gotten cancer from toxic 9/11 dust

Nearly 10K people have gotten cancer from toxic 9/11 dust | 11 Aug 2018 | The city is approaching a terrible milestone -- nearly 10,000 people have suffered cancers linked to the toxic dust and smoke at Ground Zero, The Post has learned. With the 17th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks [inside job] a month away, the federal World Trade Center Health Program has counted 9,795 first responders, downtown workers, residents, students and others with cancer deemed 9/11-related. In all, more than 1,700 responders and others affected have died, including 420 of those stricken with cancer, officials said.

Mystery recess triggers speculation in Manafort trial

Mystery recess triggers speculation in Manafort trial | 10 Aug 2018 | Paul Manafort's criminal trial on bank and tax fraud charges was held up for several hours Friday as the federal judge presiding over the case repeatedly met with federal prosecutors and Manafort's defense attorneys. Judge T.S. Ellis III, who has otherwise placed a priority on the trial moving quickly, pushed the start of witness testimony in the trial until Friday afternoon, according to multiple media reports. Ellis began the day by holding a bench conference with attorneys from both sides before the jury was called into the courtroom, and held a second conference before leaving the room "to consider an issue," according to Politico.

Senate Judiciary announces Kavanaugh's confirmation hearing

Senate Judiciary announces Kavanaugh's confirmation hearing | 10 Aug 2018 | The Senate Judiciary Committee announced on Friday that it will hold its confirmation hearing for Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh early next month. Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa), the committee's chairman, announced the hearing for President Trump's nominee to replace former Justice Anthony Kennedy will start on Sept. 4 and last three to four days. Republicans want Kavanaugh on the bench as early as the first of October, before the court starts its next term.

Salisbury explosion: Person dies after fire breaks out at military factory

Salisbury explosion: Person dies after fire breaks out at military factory | 11 Aug 2018 | An explosion at a military hardware factory in Salisbury killed one person and left another in a critical condition on Friday evening. A fire broke out at Chemring Countermeasures facility after the blast, Wiltshire Police said. The blaze has since been extinguished and an investigation is being launched.

Do You Want to Know What the FISA Court Documents Reveal? Here They Are

Do You Want to Know What the FISA Court Documents Reveal? Here They Are | 08 Aug 2018 | The folks at Judicial Watch emailed me their latest "find" regarding the ongoing Russian investigation at the U.S. Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISA), which I think my readers may want to read...Here are 412 numbered pages from that release with more redactions than there are "nuggets of information."

Man arrested at 'extremist Muslim' New Mexico compound was training kids to commit school shootings - documents

Man arrested at 'extremist Muslim' New Mexico compound was training kids to commit school shootings - documents | 09 Aug 2018 | The father of a missing 3-year-old who was arrested at a New Mexico compound linked to "extremist Muslims" last week was training children to commit school shootings, court documents filed on Wednesday revealed. Prosecutors allege Siraj Ibn Wahhaj, 39, was conducting weapons training on the compound, where 11 children were found hungry and living in squalor. They asked Wahhaj, who appeared in court on Wednesday, be held without bail.

Mendocino Complex Fires grow to over 300,000 acres collectively

Mendocino Complex Fires grow to over 300,000 acres collectively | 09 Aug 2018 | Cal Fire officials said crews are still working hard to contain the Mendocino Complex Fires which have scorched over 300,000 collectively. The River Fire has now grown to 48,920 acres and is 84 percent contained, while the Ranch Fire grew overnight to 255, 482 acres...The Mendocino Complex Fires is now the largest fire in state history, and bigger than the city of Los Angeles. If it were a city, the fire would be the 14th largest by area in the entire country, and bigger than New York City, Philadelphia, Chicago and Houston.

US State Dept sanctions against Russia aimed at 'undercutting' Trump, analysts say

US State Dept sanctions against Russia aimed at 'undercutting' Trump, analysts say | 09 Aug 2018 | The US State Department decision to blame Russia for the poisoning of Sergei Skripal without any evidence amounts to "flicking matches in a gasoline-filled room," former US diplomat Jim Jatras told RT. The announcement of sanctions on Wednesday came despite the fact that the US is entirely aware that Russia was not responsible for the poisoning of Sergei Skripal in Salisbury, UK in March, he said. "This is a political demand... this is designed to undercut the overtures from the Trump administration for President Trump directly and also Senator Rand Paul - now in Moscow - to warm relations with Russia." Former Pentagon official Michael Maloof echoed that sentiment, telling RT that "you have Donald Trump's foreign policy and you now have the Trump administration's foreign policy." He added that the sanctions are being orchestrated by the deep state to "make the president look bad and basically to corner him." [Exactly. Poisoning was likely executed by MI6 or CIA, to sabotage the US relationship with Russia at the behest of the Deep State.]

US to impose new sanctions on Russia over Skripal poisoning

US to impose new sanctions on Russia over Skripal poisoning | 09 Aug 2018 | The US is imposing new sanctions on Russia over the poisoning of double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter in the UK. The measures are scheduled to go into effect on or around August 22, according to the State Department. The accusation comes despite there being zero evidence suggesting Moscow was behind the attack. A State Department official told reporters in a conference call on Wednesday that Washington informed Russia "this afternoon" about the sanctions.

Ohio and Kansas races deadlocked; Trump's candidates lead

Ohio and Kansas races deadlocked; Trump's candidates lead | 08 Aug 2018 | Two high-stakes elections that tested President Donald Trump's clout and cost both parties millions of dollars were too close to call early Wednesday. Trump claimed victory in one nevertheless. In battleground Ohio, the president took credit for Republican Troy Balderson's performance, calling it "a great victory," even though the contest could be headed to a recount. Democrats could also celebrate their showing in a district that has gone Republican for decades.

Preferred pronoun usage on college faces legal challenges

Preferred pronoun usage on college faces legal challenges | 07 Aug 2018 | Anti-PC professor [and CLG Founder] Michael Rectenwald on the potential legal changes facing a University of Minnesota proposal to force preferred pronoun usage on campus. Plus, a sneak peek at his new book, 'Springtime for Snowflakes.' [Video - 'Tucker Carlson Tonight']

Voters reject Missouri right-to-work law

Voters reject Missouri right-to-work law | 07 Aug 2018 | Missouri voters on Tuesday solidly rejected the state's right-to-work law, which would have allowed workers to opt out of paying mandatory union fees as part of their contract. The Associated Press called the results shortly before 11 p.m., with 63 percent of voters opposing the state law that had not yet gone into effect. Roughly 37 percent of voters supported the law, with 54 percent of precincts reporting as of 10:50 p.m. EST.

Defense in Manafort trial zeroes in on Gates's 'secret life'

Defense in Manafort trial zeroes in on Gates's 'secret life' | 07 Aug 2018 | Defense attorneys in the criminal trial against Paul Manafort hammered Richard Gates, the prosecution's star witness, on the stand Tuesday, accusing him of stealing money from Manafort to "to fund a separate secret life." Manafort's attorney, Kevin Downing, suggested there was a side to Gates few had seen. "The secret life of Rick Gates," he said. Gates admitted on the stand that he had a relationship for a period of time with someone in London and maintained an apartment there for two months when Downing pressed him to admit he stole about $3 million from Manafort.

Manafort prosecutors, Judge Ellis engage in 10-minute courtroom spat

Manafort prosecutors, Judge Ellis engage in 10-minute courtroom spat | 06 Aug 2018 | After jurors were dismissed Monday in the Paul Manafort trial Monday, the federal judge overseeing the case and prosecutors trying the former Trump campaign chairman got into an extended verbal debate -- lasting about 10 minutes -- over the merits of the prosecution, the length of the case and even the eye contact of prosecutor Greg Andres. U.S. District Judge T.S. Ellis III specifically pushed Andres on why the prosecution was moving slowly with Rick Gates -- the former Manafort business partner who testified on Monday -- and specifically to describe the link between wealthy Ukrainian politicos and Manafort. Ellis argued that the connection was not the basis of the case. "What matters are the allegations that he made money from them and didn't report it," Ellis said. "You don't need to throw mud at these people."

Primary one children in Scotland will be told 'your gender is what you decide'

Primary one children in Scotland will be told 'your gender is what you decide' --Guidelines set to come into effect in 2019 | 06 Aug 2018 | Children from the age of five could be taught in school that they should "decide" their gender. Teachers across Scotland will tell children it's up to them to decide if they are a boy a girl or if they "don't like to decide that" from as early as primary one. Under the draft guidelines created by Education Scotland, NHS boards and the Scottish Government, children will be told in classrooms that "Your gender is what you decide." But politicians and experts have warned that the plans risk confusing young children before they are ready to understand gender and identity.

Rick Gates set to take the stand in Manafort trial

Rick Gates set to take the stand in Manafort trial | 06 Aug 2018 | Rick Gates, the longtime deputy of former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort, is set to take the stand Monday afternoon in Manafort's trial on charges of bank and tax fraud related to overseas earnings, a lawyer for Gates told POLITICO. Gates [who allegedly stole millions of dollars from Paul Manafort] is considered the star witness for the prosecution against Manafort -- and his testimony in an Alexandria, Virginia, courtroom is the first time he's known to have faced Manafort since he agreed to cooperate with special counsel Robert Mueller's team in February.

Tech totalitarianism: Facebook deletes InfoWars pages

Tech totalitarianism: Facebook deletes InfoWars pages | 06 Aug 2018 | Facebook [FaCIAbook] has removed four pages belonging to the controversial conspiracy theorist Alex Jones following weeks of pressure from critics and similar moves from other tech platforms. The pages include one for Jones's flagship radio show InfoWars as well as his fan page. Facebook said in a blog post Monday morning that the pages were unpublished due to repeated violations of the platform's [biased] content policies, and they come after the company took down videos posted by Jones last week. The move comes shortly after Apple and Spotify took down Jones's podcasts.

Trump ramps up attacks on journalists: 'They can also cause War!'

Trump ramps up attacks on journalists: 'They can also cause War!' | 05 Aug 2018 | President Trump on Sunday ratcheted up his attacks on the news media as the "enemy of the people," saying they "can also cause War." He accused journalists in an early morning tweet of "purposely" causing "division & distrust" in the country. "The Fake News hates me saying that they are the Enemy of the People only because they know it's TRUE," he said. “I am providing a great service by explaining this to the American People." "They purposely cause great division & distrust," he added. "They can also cause War! They are very dangerous & sick!" [Exactly. Remember when Dick Cheney pimped out Deep State dirt-bag Judy Miller to spread 'Iraq has WMDs' stories on every Sunday talk show and through The New York Times?]

Pompeo vows to 'enforce' Iran sanctions as 90-day grace period ends

Pompeo vows to 'enforce' Iran sanctions as 90-day grace period ends | 06 Aug 2018 | A part of US sanctions on Iran is kicking after Washington gave businesses there 90 days to wind down their activities. US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said they would be rigorously enforced as the period expired on Monday. Pompeo launched another verbal assault against the Iranian leadership as the first element of reintroduced US sanctions kicked in on Monday. The penalties affect existing contracts between foreign companies, which flooded the Islamic Republic after the 2015 nuclear deal, and Tehran.

Portland police declare rally a civil disturbance after protesters seen throwing projectiles

Portland police declare rally a civil disturbance after protesters seen throwing projectiles | 04 Aug 2018 | Rocks and bottles flew through the air in Portland, Oregon, Saturday afternoon as a self-described libertarian group clashed with antifa counter-protesters. Police in heavy riot gear declared Patriot Prayer's rally in downtown Portland a civil disturbance and ordered everyone to leave, The Oregonian reported, after demonstrators were seen hurling projectiles into the crowds. "There will be a significant law enforcement presence in the area of the demonstration due to past threats and acts of violence," Portland police wrote in a statement earlier Saturday afternoon.

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