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Part 1
British Role Confirmed in
Trump Spying Scandal
by Accuracy In Media
 North Korea's Failure to Launch 
North Korea has become increasingly belligerent over the years, as pathetic attempts at diplomacy — begun with Bill liar-Clinton's special emissary Jimmy Carter — failed to yield the desired results. In Saturday's celebration of "the Day of the Sun," the birthday of North Korea's founder, Kim Il Sung, the communist nation held a massive parade to show off its military prowess. This included numerous missiles on display (or at least on faux display), some of which are intercontinental ballistic missiles capable of reaching the U.S. mainland. Though it did not launch a ballistic missile or conduct a nuclear test, on Sunday morning, the North Koreans attempted a missile launch — it exploded almost immediately.
          That failed launch was timed to coincide with Vice President Mike Pence's departure for South Korea. "The era of strategic patience is over," Pence warned North Korea from the demilitarized zone Monday. "President Trump has made it clear that the patience of the United States and our allies in this region has run out and we want to see change. We want to see North Korea abandon its reckless path of the development of nuclear weapons, and also its continual use and testing of ballistic missiles is unacceptable."
          The Trump administration is hoping for — and starting to receive — cooperation from China. Over the weekend, Air China suspended its Beijing-Pyongyang route, which is a small bit clear signal of disapproval. China said the decision was "market-based," but coming from a Communist nation that's obviously a smokescreen. Still, the question is whether North Korea will listen. Kim Jong Un is a bit of a loose cannon, and his government isn't responding to Chinese requests for diplomatic meetings.
          If Kim doesn't settle down, however, Pence offered this warning: "Just in the past two weeks, the world witnessed the strength and resolve of our new president in actions taken in Syria and Afghanistan. North Korea would do well not to test his resolve or the strength of the Armed Forces of the United States in this region."  ~The Patriot Post
North Korea Vows Weekly Missile Launch
{} ~ North Korea will continue to test missiles, a senior official has told the BBC in Pyongyang, despite international condemnation and growing military tensions with the US... "We'll be conducting more missile tests on a weekly, monthly and yearly basis," Vice Foreign Minister Han Song-Ryol told the BBC's John Sudworth. He said that an "all-out war" would result if the US took military action. Earlier, US Vice-President Mike Pence warned North Korea not to test the US. He said his country's "era of strategic patience" with North Korea was over...
Chinese And Russian Subs Reportedly
Following USS Carl Vinson
by Wilmot Proviso
{} ~ Now that the USS Carl Vinson is getting near the coast of the Korean peninsula, it’s picked up some very undesirable followers... The Japan News reported Sunday that two intelligence-gathering vessels from both Russia and China have been dispatched to follow the Carl Vinson’s carrier strike group. A Japanese official told The Japan News’ parent publication, The Yomiuri Shimbun, that it appears the two nations are looking to probe the actions of the carrier strike group as it arrives off the coast of troubled North Korea...
Brainwashing Shocker: MIT Press
Releases “Communism for Kids” Book
by Selwyn Duke
{} ~ With due respect to Santayana, perhaps we can say that those who love the mistakes of the past will condemn others to repeat them... A case in point is a new book published by MIT Press that’s actually titled Communism for Kids — I kid you not. The Washington Free Beacon reports that the book, “written by a German author who specializes in political theory and ‘queer politics,’ was released last month. The thesis of the children's book is that communism is ‘not that hard,’ but has not been implemented in the right way.” Wow, I’ve never heard that one before. You mean, if I try touching the hot stove just one more time, it may not burn my hand?...
Jihad in South Dakota – Muslims Threaten,
Officials Do Nothing
by John Guandolo
{} ~ Last Sunday evening, April 9, 2017, over 500 people gathered for the Worldview Weekend Rally in Sioux Falls, South Dakota... The Muslim Brotherhood threatened, a Muslim showed up in what was a possible thwarted attack, and local officials did nothing. This is how America will lose this war if it does not change course immediately at the local level. The Sioux Falls Police Department notified the speakers, radio personality Brannon House and Shahram Hadian, a former Iranian muslim who is now a Christian pastor, that the Islamic Center of Sioux Falls filed a permit to protest the Worldview Weekend Rally event because they viewed the event as bigoted and Islamophobic. The property for the Islamic Center of Sioux Falls is owned by the North American Islamic Trust (NAIT), meaning it is a part of the Muslim Brotherhood’s jihadi network in America waging “Civilization Jihad.”...
Turkey President Erdogan Suspected Referendum Fraud Brings Calls For Annulment
by Rick Wells
{} ~ President Erdogan of Turkey “survived” a suspicious coup and poorly conducted coup in July of last year, which exposed his opposition and provided the pretext for inserting “his people” into key mid and upper level positions in government and the judiciary... Now he’s claiming victory in a referendum which will strengthen his ever-tightening grip on power, abolishing much of the power sharing by eliminating the Prime Minister and curtailing the powers of Parliament. BBC stated Turkey’s “judicial independence has plummeted,” and their press freedom ranks 151 of 180 countries. They cite Reporters Without Borders, as saying, “an all-powerful president would spell the death knell of democracy.” Erdogan’s opponents have denounced the nation’s slide towards authoritarianism under his rule, which now includes the distinction of being the world’s largest jailer of journalists, with more than 140,000 people having been arrested, dismissed or suspended since the failed coup of last year...
Part 1
British Role Confirmed in
Trump Spying Scandal
by Accuracy In Media
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The British Guardian posted a report on April 13 claiming that its sources now admit that the British spy agency GCHQ was digitally wiretapping Trump associates, going back to late 2015. This was presumably when the December 2015 Moscow meeting between Russian President Vladimir Putin and Lt. General Michael Flynn took place.
This runs contrary to the blanket nature of the denial insinuated in GCHQ’s carefully-crafted statement of March 17 claiming it was all “nonsense” and “utterly ridiculous” that they conducted surveillance of “then president-elect” Donald Trump. The surveillance went back a year before he became “president-elect.”
President Trump’s claim of being “wire tapped” has been vindicated. Indeed, the surveillance is far more extensive than even he suspected at the time.
Based on the new disclosures, we can safely conclude that the world’s most advanced and extensive system of computerized espionage was indeed used against him and people he worked with, for political purposes, with the knowledge and approval of top liar-nObama officials such as CIA Director John Brennan, one major name implicated by the Guardian.
Fox News Senior Judicial Analyst, Judge Andrew Napolitano, who said GCHQ was involved in wiretapping Trump, has also vindicated. Fox News owes Napolitano an apology for yanking him off the air for a week for making that “controversial” and now-verified assertion.
Trump Was Right
President Trump stressed the pervasive “extent” of this liar-nObama political “wiretapping” to Maria Bartiromo of Fox Business in an Oval Office interview on April 11 (aired April 12).  “Me and so many other people” surveilled, Trump said. He explained again that he had picked up the “wire tapped” terminology straight from the headline of The New York Times (of January 20) as he has explained before.
Now we’re learning that GCHQ did wiretap Trump for a year before the election. “Trump” is, of course, shorthand for Trump associates and possibly Trump himself directly, depending on context. But GCHQ is trying to put a positive spin on what it admits would be illegal spying on U.S. citizens if done by U.S. agencies.
The Guardian’s sources claim a heroic role for the British GCHQ as a courageous “whistleblower” in warning U.S. agencies to “Watch out” about Trump and Russia—but carefully avoiding mention of the U.S.’s NSA, which must be protected at all costs as part of the NSA-GCHQ spy-on-each-other’s-citizens “wiretap shell game.”
These sources virtually admit the mutual “wiretap shell game” by inadvertently mentioning the Trump-Russia data was originally passed on to the U.S. by GCHQ as part of a “routine exchange” of intelligence. The use of this term, “exchange,” suggests what we had previously reported—the shell-game “exchange” between the NSA and GCHQ where they can spy on each other’s citizens and deny it all...
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