Monthly Archives: July 2017

USA File: Making America Great Again/Draining the Swamp: President Trump announces ban on transgender individuals serving in military “in any capacity,” cites “tremendous medical costs and disruption,” National Center for Transgender Equality wails: “This is an appalling attack on our service members; it is about bigotry rather than military readiness, reason or science”; Family Research Council’s Tony Perkins: “I applaud President Trump for keeping his promise to return to military priorities – and not continue the social experimentation of the Obama era that has crippled our nation’s military”; FBI, US Capitol Police, CBP arrest Imran Awan at Dulles International after months-long probe, Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s Pakistan-born staffer attempting to flee country amid allegations of “double charging” government for IT equipment, “exposing private House information online”; Imran and his brothers Abid, Jamal managed IT for Democratic members of House Permanent Select Cmte. on Intelligence, Imran and family received “large sums of money” during stint with Schultz; Awan required to wear GPS ankle monitor until preliminary hearing on Aug. 21, remained on Schultz payroll until day after arrest; FBI also seizes smashed hard drives from Awan’s residence

WW4 File: UKRAINE-RUSSIA WAR: Moscow-backed Donbass rebels launch fiercest artillery barrage against Ukrainian troops in nearly 6 weeks, five soldiers killed near town of Avdiivka, 18 km north of rebel-held regional capital of Donetsk, three comrades-in-arms earlier blown up by mine; insurgents launch total of 29 attacks along front; follows latest illegal attempt to federate Ukrainian oblasts of Donetsk, Lugansk into “Little Russia” (Malorossiya), Alexander Zakharchenko, president of unrecognized “Donetsk People’s Republic,” pushes initiative, but Vladimir Degtyarenko, chairman of People’s Council of unrecognized “Lugansk People’s Republic,” rejects proclamation; Donbass rebels announced formation of “New Russia” (Novorossiya) in 2014, but abandoned project following year; Ukraine’s border police detained 2 FSB officers attempting to infiltrate Black Sea coast aboard small boat on June 30, Kiev detained Russians for 15 days; Ukrainian SBU accuses FSB of masterminding June cyberattack against government, banks, Chernobyl nuke plant, as well as dropping power grid in 2015, 2016; pro-separatist Ukrainian communists protest outside appeals court in Kiev, demand reversal of last year’s party ban

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The war in Ukraine’s Donbas flares up, but few in the shopping mall regime are paying attention.

WW4 File: USA, NATO allies deploy Patriot, 29 other anti-missile batteries in Lithuania in move guaranteed to irk Russia, Patriots will be removed July 22 after Lithuanian troops wrap up NATO’s Tobruq Legacy 2017 drill with counterparts from USA, UK, Latvia, Poland; Russia’s Baltic Fleet holds counter-drills on July 12, deploys 10 Kamov KA-27 ASW helos, simulates bombing “hostile” (i.e., US Navy) sub off coast of Kaliningrad exclave; People’s Liberation Army Navy missile destroyer, missile frigate to arrive in Kaliningrad on July 21, carry out Red China’s first-ever joint drills with Russian Navy in Baltic Sea; Lithuania convicts Russian citizen of spying for Federal Security Service in first-of-its-kind case, slaps Nikolay Filipchenko with 10-year prison term for trying to recruit officers of State Security, install bugging devices in Pres. Dalia Grybauskaite’s office, residence; Filipchenko conducted espionage between 2011 and 2014, arrested in 2015; organizer of annual Russian Marches, disciple of Eurasianist Alexander Dugin violates conditions of house arrest, Yuri Gorsky flees to Lithuania (in possible Kremlin-orchestrated provocation) after being detained by FSB in Moscow, accused of “extremism”

EU/WW4 Files: Putin rubs elbows with Western leaders at G20 summit in Hamburg, meets Trump for first time as 77 international NGOs, left-wing political parties, think tanks, trade unions descend upon German city days before G20, hold alternative “Global Solidarity Summit”; 100s of protesters don makeup, outfits resembling “undead,” move zombie-like through downtown Hamburg on July 5; “anti-capitalist” demos turn violent next day, 76 officers hurt as police use water cannon, pepper spray to repel 12,000 “anti-globalization” activists, including masked anarchists, from site of G20 conference; “G20: Welcome to Hell” demos target Putin, Turkey’s Erdogan for special ill-will; website vows to close port of Hamburg on July 7; Left Party (descended from E. Germany’s red regime), German Communist Party (founded in W. Germany in 1968), Trotskyists, Greens prime movers behind more demos planned for July 8; meanwhile, 5,000 Russian airmen carry out practice airstrike on country’s “northwest flank,” drill involves Su-27, Su-30SM, Su-35, MiG-31 aircraft, Krasukha EW units; 2,500 paratroopers stage exercise near town of Kislovo, 50 km from Russia’s border with Estonia

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Sounds like a Cold War-era scenario: Communists provoke unrest in Germany, Russia prepares to attack West. Has anything really fundamentally changed on the world scene over the past 25 years? Neo-Marxism lurks behind masks like “anti-globalization” or “identity politics.” New names for old.