Saturday, June 17, 2017

Get Ready For The World Truth Ministry And The Unimaginable

Merkel, EU Nazis have already been actively pressuring social media to censor any news or commentary that is critical of their Satanic globalist cabal  

By Phil Butler

What began as Germany’s so-called “Ministry of Truth”, has now expanded to include spying, censoring, and vetting of citizens worldwide. 

If “Big Brother” is pulling all the levers of power out there, he’s missed his best chance ever to run the entire show. Here’s the latest pieces in the zigsaw puzzle of civic control George Orwell prophesied. When I wrote about Facebook testing new censoring tools before, during, and after the French election process, only a few thousand readers took notice. The main reason the public seems so disinterested is that the sensational news and events, fake and real, over the past four or five years have left them numb. 

When Edward Snowden revealed the NSA is spying on everybody, the news cycle quickly diverted our attention away from the reality the Obama White House tore up the US Constitution.

The aforementioned report of mine, influenced in part on a Stefan Frank story at the Gatestone Institute, showed evidence Germany and/or EU efforts to get Facebook to “filter” the truth are already in play. 

But this story is merely the continuation of earlier reports like the one republished at The News Doctors from February, 2016, and the latter June, 2016 story of corporate/governmental control of media and Google’s Digital News Initiative, followed by our tips and stories to Sputnik and other media on the so-called EU Counter Propaganda Unit show the progression of message control mechanisms being set in place. Now we see the final phases of idea control being put in place on hearing the US will make visa applicants submit their social media handles and accounts for scrutiny before allowing entry.

Google notice to The 5th Estate advising the bureau that the EC has censored content

Today, the London Bridge terror attack is the excuse British Prime Minister Theresa May is using to demand strict internet regulation she says will eliminate “safe zones” for terrorists. With real people, being run over by solid automobiles and trucks, and being stabbed with steel knives, the fear of social media and free voices has led us into the waiting arms of Big Brother and 1984. Anyone who cannot see this by now is certainly blind, stupid, or working for “the man”. Here is what May offered by way of a warning:

“We cannot allow this ideology the safe space it needs to breed – yet that is precisely what the internet, and the big companies that provide internet-based services provide. We need to work with allied democratic governments to reach international agreements to regulate cyberspace to prevent the spread of extremist and terrorism planning.”

Reading what the European Commission has to say on cyber-propaganda, it’s clear the perpetrators of the real “fake news” intend to put the blame on their opponents, those who would voice any opposition. 

The real fake news

Those same parliamentarians that suck up tax money and solve nothing, now they intend to create yet another bureaucracy to “help us understand” fake news. I quote from a recent commission PDF:

“Whereas recent research indicates that a majority of people have difficulties determining when news is fake, the EU’s steps towards countering this growing information challenge are still tentative.”

Reading between the lines it’s fair to say the Brussels geniuses were apparently to nearsighted to fear fake news and social media beforehand, and now they’re begging for more extreme controls over what people see, hear, read, and believe. Further along in the document the essence of our collective stupidity comes out:

“US research has shown that most young, digital-savvy school and college students have difficulties in identifying fake news.”

What this means is, if you are not tethered to a smart-device, you are even more susceptible Putin puppets. The study referred to is from brilliant Stanford students who discovered “amazingly” that the same age group that cannot name the first president of the United States or find Canada on a map, also cannot figure the truth from fiction. The Stanford History Education Group (SHEG) released yet another useless report showing how lame American students are these days. Interestingly, one of the most liberal and most anti-Trump publications in the world, The Atlantic also blamed Hillary Clinton’s loss to Trump on a lack of civics education. 

As far back as 2000 education reports revealed that 65 percent of college seniors surveyed failed to pass a high-school level American history test, while this recent National Association of Scholars (NAS) study revealed that college student knowledge of Western Civilization and the so-called “Big Picture” has practically vanished. Vanished knowledge. And it takes Stanford studies to show young people cannot discern?

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People, what we are witnessing is not our elected and appointed leadership protecting us from the Ruskies or Chinese, and especially not from knife wielding Islamic extremists bent on murder. What we are witnessing is Big Brother hurriedly and desperately stamping out the small wildfires of dissident voices with his great-big-black jackboots. 

At the same time, Vladimir Putin and his new soviets are blamed for everything from poisoning Roundup weed killer to killing JFK, the renewed Nazi threat gets ready to goose step all over what’s left of freedom. This is becoming an unarguable point, and a horrendous eventuality. I suggest you pay close attention, and get ready for the unimaginable.

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Southeast Asia Turning Into Battlefield: Regional Security Outlook Marked By Uncertainty

Failing at "regime change" in the Philippines, CIA drug-running mass murderers now unleash their surviving ISIS scum in ASEAN  

By Andrei Akulov

Indonesia and Malaysia, and other countries with sizeable Muslim minorities, like the Philippines, realize just how vulnerable they are. They have been on high alert for fighters returning home from Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) front lines in Syria and Iraq. 

Obama criminals deployed CIA/ISIS on Duterte after
he tells them where to stick it
The group has made known its ambition to create Southeast Asian provinces of the ISIS caliphate. According to a report published by the Institute for Policy Analysis of Conflict (IPAC), a Jakarta think-tank, Southeast Asia faces a growing risk of extremist violence to encompass the Philippines, Malaysia and Indonesia. The Indonesian military is beefing up security along the nation’s sea border with the Philippines, where Islamic State-inspired militants are engaged in combat with Filipino security forces in the southern city of Marawi located in Mindanao – the island, which could potentially become a focal point for regional fighters.

According to Indonesian Armed Forces Commander Gen. Gatot Nurmantyo, "Almost in all Indonesian provinces, except for Papua, there are ISIS sleeper cells." A strategic plan of defense has been presented to Indonesian President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo. Military facilities are being built in outermost northern islands to counter terrorists invading from the Philippines. Indonesia has deployed submarines off Marore and Miangas islands along the northern end of Sulawesi Island. Military presence will be bolstered presence around the Natuna Islands in the South China Sea, Biak Island in Papua and Saumlaki Islands in Maluku.

Army Major General Ganip Warsito, a territorial military commander overseeing Sulawesi and the border with the Philippines, said, "If the Philippines wins, Indonesia would get a spill-over effect from the retreating militants, but if the Philippines loses, Mindanao would be a strong regional ISIS base that threatens Indonesia among others." So, whatever the outcome is, Indonesia will have to be combat ready.

Ready to combat ISIS:  Indonesia's elite anti-terror squad Detachment 88

Meanwhile, Indonesia and Malaysia are holding talks on joint actions to be taken to repel the common enemy. Indonesia has called for a conference with the Philippines and Malaysia to discuss events in Marawi. The three countries, with Singapore's assistance, will begin joint air surveillance over the Sulu Sea, using reconnaissance planes and drones, and enhance joint naval patrols. The joint maritime operations would begin on June 19. The emerging alliance of these states is a new trend shaping the security landscape in the Asia-Pacific.

There are other states of the region affected. Islamist attacks have also taken place in China and Thailand.

At the last year’s East Asia Summit (EAS) in Vientiane, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov clearly stated that signing of a comprehensive document on Asia-Pacific security is Russia’s long-term goal. According to him, "the region has no ‘umbrella structure’ that would unite all without exception, the Asia-Pacific Region states, and develop, unified for all, rules of conduct, on a non-bloc basis, of an equal and indivisible security." 

Indonesian President Joko Widodo takes hardline stance against terrorism

The EAS includes all 10 ASEAN members plus Russia, Australia, India, China, New Zealand, South Korea, the United States and Japan. Today, the regional security agenda is more focused on territorial disputes than combating international terrorism.

The 12th East Asian Summit will take place in the Philippines in November. Escalation of hostilities in the region demonstrates the need for serious discussions of the Russia-launched initiative.

Speaking at the ASEAN meeting on June 6, Philippine Foreign Affairs Secretary Alan Cayetano said agreements on security cooperation with China and Russia are being worked out. Last month, Russia and the Philippines forged a number of security and intelligence agreements delving in security issues. During the visit, a total of 10 deals were signed, including a defense agreement and a deal to share intelligence. The defense agreement will pave the way for more exchanges between military experts and top officials. Russian President Putin discussed with President Duterte the planned cooperation on security matters at the recent Belt and Road leaders’ summit in Beijing.

Why the CIA created the Abu Sayyaf in the Philippines

Last May, Russia and Indonesia signed an intergovernmental agreement on cooperation in defense, including transfer of technologies and joint manufacturing. The parties also agreed to expand intelligence exchange to address the terrorist threat. A contract on Indonesia purchasing Russian Su-35 fighters is being discussed.

On April 3, 2017, the Russian Federation and Malaysia celebrated an important date — the 50th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations. The meeting between President Vladimir Putin and Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak in May last year in Sochi on the sidelines of the Russia–ASEAN summit gave strong impetus to cooperation in all spheres. The Malaysian Air Force uses modern Russian Su-30MKM warplanes.

Doomed: CIA/ISIS in ASEAN and Indonesia

Russia is fighting ISIS in Syria, while the countries of Southeast Asia are gearing up to repel a massive terrorist offensive as the IS loses ground in the Middle East. They have a common enemy. Russia has vast experience of fighting terrorism to share and weapons battle-tested in Syria to offer. The growing threat puts to the fore the Russia’s proposals on creating regional security organization in the region.

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Pentagon To Send 4,000 Troops To Afghanistan In Trump's Largest Deployment Yet

Another broken promise guaranteed to result in more coffins arriving at Dover AFB - and for WHAT?


Two days after Trump ceded unilateral authority on Afghan troop deployments to the Department of Defense, the Pentagon wasted on time and according to AP, the Pentagon will send 4,000 additional American forces to Afghanistan to support existing forces and in hopes of breaking a stalemate in a war that has now been passed on to a third U.S. President. The deployment will be the largest of American manpower under Donald Trump’s young presidency.

According to AP, the decision by Defense Secretary Jim Mattis could be announced as early as next week, and was prompted by "the rising threat posed by Islamic State extremists, evidenced in a rash of deadly attacks in the capital city of Kabul, has only fueled calls for a stronger U.S. presence, as have several recent American combat deaths." Asked for comment, a Pentagon spokesman, Navy Capt. Jeff Davis, said, “No decisions have been made.”

Trump’s decision Tuesday to give Mattis authority to set force levels in Afghanistan mirrored similar powers he handed over earlier this year for U.S. fights in Iraq and Syria. 

The change was made public hours after Sen. John McCain, the Senate Armed Services Committee’s Republican chairman, blasted Mattis for the administration’s failure to present an overarching strategy for Afghanistan. McCain said the U.S. is “not winning” in Afghanistan, and Mattis agreed. 

Psychotic coward McCain calls for the useless spilling of
more American blood in failed Afghan "war"
The finality of the decision isn’t entirely clear. 

While Trump has handed over the troop level decision-making, there is nothing preventing him from taking it back. 

Mattis has repeatedly stressed that increasing the number of U.S. troops in Afghanistan would take place within a broader, long-term strategy for stabilizing Afghanistan. 

In congressional testimony this week, he said the strategy will take into account regional influences, such as Pakistan’s role as a Taliban sanctuary. 

Regional powers Iran, India and China, which all have political stakes in the fate of Afghanistan, also must be considered.

The bulk of the additional troops will train and advise Afghan forces, according to the administration official, who wasn’t authorized to discuss details of the decision publicly and spoke on condition of anonymity. A smaller number would be assigned to counterterror operations against the Taliban and IS, the official said. 

From the Afghan side, reactions were split: Daulat Waziri, spokesman for Afghanistan’s defense ministry was reluctant to comment on specifics Friday but said the Afghan government supports the U.S. decision to send more troops. “The United States knows we are in the fight against terrorism, ” he said. “We want to finish this war in Afghanistan with the help of the NATO alliance.”

However, another Afghan lawmaker, Nasrullah Sadeqizada, however, was skeptical about additional troops and cautioned that the troop surge should be coordinated with the Afghan government and should not be done unilaterally by the United States. “The security situation continues to deteriorate in Afghanistan and the foreign troops who are here are not making it better,” he said.

The gamble to send even more troops in Afghanistan is a big one for the president who inherited America’s longest conflict with no clear endpoint or a defined strategy for American success, though U.S. troop levels are far lower than they were under Presidents Barack Obama and George W. Bush. In 2009, Obama authorized a surge of 30,000 troops into Afghanistan, bringing the total there to more than 100,000, before drawing down over the rest of his presidency.

Trump, who barely spoke about Afghanistan as a candidate or president, concentrating instead on crushing the Islamic State group in Syria and Iraq, may be underestimating the potential risk he faces by sending more troops in harms way. His predecessors both had hoped to win the war. Bush scored a quick success, helping allied militant groups oust the Taliban shortly after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, before seeing the gains slip away as America’s focus shifted to the Iraq war. In refocusing attention on Afghanistan, Obama eliminated much of the country’s al-Qaida network and authorized the mission that killed Osama bin Laden, but failed to snuff out the Taliban’s rebellion.

Obama set a cap a year ago of 8,400 troops in Afghanistan after slowing the pace of what he hoped would be a U.S. withdrawal. Nevertheless, there are at least another 2,000 U.S. troops in Afghanistan not included in the official count. These include forces that are technically considered temporary even if they’ve been in the war zone for months.

That said, Mattis’ deployment of more troops will be far smaller than Obama’s. While the new troops could raise fears of mission creep, Mattis told lawmakers this week he didn’t envision returning to the force levels of 2010-11, when Obama thought he could pressure the Taliban into peace talks. Despite heavy losses, the Taliban fought on and in recent months appear to be gaining traction.

Meanwhile, this is the kind of news that awaits Trump: there have been almost 2,400 U.S. military deaths in Afghanistan since 2001. Three U.S. soldiers were killed and another was wounded in eastern Afghanistan this weekend in an attack claimed by the Taliban.

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The real truth on 9/11 slowly continues to bleed out

Technical experts are mounting major challenges to official U.S. government accounts of how three World Trade Center skyscrapers collapsed in near-freefall after the 9/11 attacks 15 years ago.

Many researchers are focusing especially on the little-known collapse of



The Geopolitics Of The United States, Part 1: The Inevitable Empire

The Empire and the inevitable fall of the Obama criminal regime

STRATFOR Editor’s Note: This installment on the United States, presented in two parts, is the 16th in a series of STRATFOR monographs on the geopolitics of countries influential in world affairs.

Like nearly all of the peoples of North and South America, most Americans are not originally from the territory that became the United States.



Geopolitics Of The United States Part 2: American Identity And The Threats of Tomorrow

A look back at 2011 predictions for the future in order to put events of today into perspective

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We have already discussed in the first part of this analysis how the American geography dooms whoever controls the territory to being a global power, but there are a number of other outcomes that shape what that power will be like. The first and most critical is the impact of that geography on the American mindset.



By Robert S. Finnegan

This e-mail outlines and confirms the acts of espionage against Indonesia and Indonesians by Akiko Makino and the others involved both in Kobe University and in AI Lab at University of Airlangga, Surabaya; Bahasa Indonesia original follows English translation...



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By Robert S. Finnegan

On October 12, 2002 the Indonesian island of Bali experienced a terrorist attack that rocked the world. It was unquestionably well-coordinated and executed, the largest in the country's history.