Monthly Archives: January 2018

USA File: Making America Great Again: GOP lawmakers on Senate Judiciary Cmte. narrow sights on Clinton cabal and Democratic Party allies, address letters to individuals and entities believed to have concocted salacious “Pissgate File” (i.e., Trump-Russia dossier), Chuck Grassley (IA) and Lindsey Graham (SC) demand info from following, two-week response time given: DNC, John Podesta (HRC’s former campaign chair), Robby Mook (HRC’s former campaign manager), Debbie Wasserman Schultz (former DNC chair), Donna Brazile (interim DNC chair) and Joel Benenson (Hillary for America chief strategist); same parties requested to provide any and all communications with Glenn Simpson (Fusion GPS co-founder), Christopher Steele (ex-MI6 officer), Bruce Ohr (demoted DOJ official), Peter Strzok (FBI agent), Andrew McCabe (former FBI Dep. Dir.) and John Brennan (former CIA Dir.); FBI’s Little Rock field office “actively investigating allegations of corruption related to the Clinton Foundation”; alt-media commentators David Seaman, Roy Potter express skepticism concerning validity of “Q Anonymous/Q Clearance Patriot” posts on 8Chan, suggest Trump Admin insiders behind initial 4chan posts but infiltrators took over by end of Nov. 2017, point to inaccuracies in recent posts; sealed indictments in all federal court dockets across country reach unusual high of 13,605 as of Jan. 26, 2018, meanwhile President Trump reportedly preparing to rescind Obama-era directive to close Gitmo

USSR2 File: Putin mouthpiece accuses Washington of “meddling” in Russia’s presidential election following US Treasury report listing oligarchs with close ties to Kremlin, Dmitry Peskov: “We do think this is a direct and obvious attempt timed to coincide with the elections in order to influence them”; however, State Dept. rejects new sanctions against Russia, while CIA Director Mike Pompeo warns of limited Russian meddling in 2018 mid-term elections: “I have every expectation that they will continue to try and do that, but I’m confident that America will be able to have a free and fair election”; meanwhile Russia’s “ex”-communist dictator cracks down on opponents ahead of March 18 vote, anti-corruption crusader Alexei Navalny briefly detained on Jan. 28 after joining 1,500 protesters to boycott “rigged” election, leader of center-right Progress Party disqualified from race, faces 30-day jail term; Russia’s Prosecutor General blocks after website reports on FSB chief Alexander Bortinkov’s secret US$5.3 million home outside St. Petersburg; KGB successor org likely behind spate of bomb threats terrorizing Russians since Sept., Putin signs law doubling penalty for false reports to 10 years in prison, latest threat targets parliament’s upper chamber, Federation Council evacuated on Jan. 29; Russian Ministry of Culture bans Anglo-French movie The Death of Stalin after scathing reviews, pro-Kremlin Russian Military Historical Society rants: “It’s an abomination and filth. All the characters are portrayed as idiots. They could have been tyrants, but they weren’t idiots. It’s how the West sees our people”

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The American Left has overplayed Russian influence in the Trump Admin while downplaying its own collusion with the Moscow Leninists. However, there’s no question that Putin’s Russia is Soviet Union “lite.”

Communist Bloc Military Updates: Kremlin preps for second Korean war as Russian marines continue months-long maneuvers in country’s Far East, practice sniper skills, fire grenade launchers near 11-mile land border with North Korea; Russian Defense Ministry: “In low temperature conditions, the servicemen are perfecting wintertime camouflage habits, techniques of covert deployment, preparing reserve firing positions and covering one another while moving position”; Russian Navy’s Pacific Fleet spent four times longer at sea in 2017 than initially planned as Viktor Leonov spy ship once again spotted off US E. Coast; US President Trump in Oval Office interview with Reuters takes Moscow to task for skirting international sanctions against Kim Jong-un regime by transferring cargoes at sea, including oil shipments: “Russia is not helping us at all with North Korea”; says US military must bolster defensive and offensive missile capabilities since Pyongyang “steadily advancing” its own ICBM technology; advocates peaceful resolution to Korean crisis, but refuses to discuss whether White House considering “limited, pre-emptive attack” against NK; Russia, Red China criticize Jan. 16 summit in Vancouver, Canada after neither country invited, only those that participated in 1950-53 UN military coalition, FM Sergei Lavrov denounces “outright lies” of US State Dept., brands meeting on Korean crisis “destructive,” Beijing says same will “only create divisions within international community”

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Russia’s and Red China’s participation in resolving the Korean crisis is critical, but they are purposely withholding their support for the peace process. What else can you expect from a bunch of commies and “ex”-commies?

USSR2 File: Communist Party of the Russian Federation finally ditches Chairman Gennady Zyuganov as candidate after four failed presidential bids since 1996, instead nominates well-paid farm director Pavel Grudinin to run against Vladimir Putin on March 18; politically unknown 57-year-old mechanical engineer operates former Soviet collective farm as “socialist oasis in the capitalist jungle of suburban Moscow,” workers at Lenin Sovkhoz supply fresh produce to upscale markets in Russia’s capital, while Grudinin provides his employees with salary, housing, health care and education for their children; Russian political analyst Yevgeny Minchenko: “The Communist Party is a pro-government party integrated in the state political system, so no one should consider its campaign decision to be a stunt unexpected by the authorities”; Kremlin mouthpiece Dmitry Peskov “confident” Putin will win vote, attributes leader’s long-lasting popularity most lately to annexation of Crimea in 2014; Orthodox bishop in Siberia breaks ranks with fellow clergy over warm relations with Kremlin, criticizes Putin’s recent remarks favorably comparing Christian practice of displaying saints’ relics to Bolsheviks’ mummification of Vladimir Lenin in Red Square; Bishop Yevtikhiy of Ishim takes to social media, says he won’t “vote for darkness,” first-time ever Orthodox clergyman crosses swords with Putin

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I have a feeling something bad might happen to the good bishop. Putin’s opponents have a way of, well, winding up dead . . .


Gray Terror File: LVMPD lawyer makes shocking admission during failed courtroom bid to keep lid on search warrants, affidavits related to Route 91 concert massacre, confirms Clark County Sheriff Joseph Lombardo’s early candid remarks that Stephen Paddock had accomplices, Nicholas Crosby says “potential charges against other people could be in the works,” indictments possible within next 60 days; bombshell comments essentially confirm multiple eyewitness accounts of gunmen in and around concert venue, others possibly in helicopters lurking behind Mandalay Bay and Delano hotels, stampede-inducing shootings at other hotels along Vegas Strip up to 2 hours after Paddock’s alleged suicide; valet ticket shows Filipina-Australian girlfriend Marilou Danley (or someone using her name) checked Paddock’s vehicle into Mandalay Bay hotel on day of attack, Oct. 1, 2017, former “person of interest” supposedly visiting Philippines, Hong Kong between Sept. 15 and Oct. 3, FBI failed to arrest Danley upon her return to LAX even though her fingerprints found on Paddock’s ammo in Room 32-135; Paddock had strange relationship with Caliente, NV pharmacy owner Adam Katschke and unlicensed pharmacist Angela Walker, both convicted of insurance and Medicaid fraud in early 2017; Paddock, while living in Reno 7 hours away by car, co-owned two vehicles with Katschke and Walker (2013-2014)

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The Vegas cover-up stinks to high heaven. We continue to report on this tragedy since we believe there is a strong foreign component to its origin (i.e., Saudi-ISIS).

WW4 File: Japan’s public broadcaster NHK transmits false missile alert three days after Hawaii Emergency Management Agency commits same blunder during routine drill, 8:10 a.m. text message on Jan. 13 sends Aloha State residents into needless panic amid fears of nuclear war with Communist North Korea: “Ballistic missile threat inbound to Hawaii. Seek immediate shelter. This is not a drill”; Japanese officials revoke alert 5 minutes after issuance, while officials in Honolulu take 38 minutes to rescind terrifying alert sent to citizens; HI-EMA director Maj. Gen. Arthur Logan confirms false alarm with U.S. Pacific Command, while agency spokesman Richard Rapoza admits: “Someone clicked the wrong thing on the computer”; Hawaii Gov. David Y. Ige huffs: “What happened today was totally unacceptable”; July 2017 photo by AP exposes lax security at HI-EMA command post, computer login password clearly displayed on sticky note affixed to monitor; Pentagon counters Kim Jong-un’s saber rattling, deploys three B-2 stealth bombers and 200 airmen to Guam, join “number” of B-1 bombers already deployed to US territory in W. Pacific Ocean; meanwhile, in a threat far surpassing Pyongyang’s, Russia’s Strategic Rocket Forces hold drill with road-mobile Topol-M and Yars missiles across Siberia; Russian Air Force also carries out live-fire drill near NE China, short border with NK

Gray Terror File: Unsealed FBI docs contain important but no earth-shattering info on Las Vegas concert massacre, expose Stephen Paddock as gun runner, girlfriend’s fingerprints on ammo, Marilou Danley in Philippines during shooting, deleted Facebook account more than 2 hours before Paddock’s name released; Jake Morphonios drops more bombshells on FBI-LVMPD-MGM narrative, interviews country music fan who was near stage on night of Oct. 1, 2017, witness says gunman popped off 6 to 8 rounds inside concert venue 30 to 45 sec. before main volley of auto weapons fire at 10:05 p.m. (i.e., from Paddock’s alleged sniper nest in Mandalay Bay hotel), audience began to panic, gunman popped off second set of 6 to 8 rounds, witness saw “fiery” muzzle flashes at waist to chest level, says another concertgoer shot dead only feet away by this early gunfire; woman sheltering at bus stop near Mandalay Bay saw glass falling from hotel during full-auto barrage, possible conflict with official timeline which requires Paddock to smash out windows beforehand; Saudi Crown Prince throws Prince Al-Waleed Bin Talal into max security Al Ha’ir prison after rival refuses to cough up US$6 billion ransom for his freedom, Mandalay Bay co-owner arrested on Nov. 4 in anti-corruption purge, believed to have financed Sept. 11, 2001 terror attack, ordered Royal Saudi Air Force sniper team to shoot up Vegas concertgoers

Event Convergence Alert: Pres. Donald Trump follows up on EOs targeting human trafficking and human rights abusers, sends “yuge” message to VIP child abuse rings (esp. in DC and Hollywood), proclaims Jan. 2018 “National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month”; alt-media speculation concerning 9,000-plus sealed indictments deposited in federal court dockets across country over past 2 months finally acknowledged in MSM, Epoch Times interviews Marc Ruskin, former FBI undercover agent suggests many indictments related to human trafficking, AG Jeff Sessions keeping low profile to avoid media attention, alerting indictees: “If he’s been occupied with an initiative that is sort of under wraps and being conducted covertly, it would explain why he hasn’t had a prominent position in the media as of late—because these are things he can’t talk about”; Arizona National Guard military police deploy to naval base in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, purportedly to support Operation Freedom’s Sentinel, Fox News describes mission as “very sensitive,” asked not to show faces of soldiers and their families; meanwhile fire erupts in Secret Service structure behind Chappaqua, NY home of Bill and Hillary Clinton, follows Trump’s tweet to investigate HRC aide Huma Abedin’s alleged treasonous relations with Kremlin; Clintons purchased Chappaqua home in 1999, house next door in 2017

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The timing of the fire at the Clinton home is pretty suspicious. One cannot help but wonder if Bill and Hillary were trying to get rid of still more incriminating evidence pertaining to Uraniumgate, Pedogate and who knows how many other “gates” ahead of ongoing congressional probes and DOJ indictments . . .

Event Convergence Alert: Donald Trump urges DOJ to investigate former top Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin, former FBI director James Comey after State Dept. releases “heavily redacted” classified emails found on laptop belonging to Huma’s husband and convicted pedophile Anthony Weiner; US president acknowledges existence of “Deep State” (i.e., unpatriotic elements in government) in tweet: “Crooked Hillary Clinton’s top aid, Huma Abedin, has been accused of disregarding basic security protocols. She put Classified Passwords into the hands of foreign agents. . . . Jail! Deep State Justice Dept must finally act? Also on Comey & others”; Abedin reportedly regularly forwarded sensitive State Dept. emails and top-secret govn’t passwords to Yahoo account hacked by FSB officer Igor Sushchin in 2014, allowing Putin’s henchmen to access 500 million webmail accounts for another two years; US authorities charged Sushchin and fellow Kremlin agent Dmitry Dokuchaev with hiring services of Canadian citizen Karim Baratov to raid 11,000 Yahoo accounts between 2010 and 2017 arrest; Baratov waived extradition hearing to appear before US judge in San Francisco federal court in Nov. 2017; Sushchin also worked for Russian investment bank Renaissance Capital, which paid former Pres. Bill Clinton US$500,000 for June 2010 speech in Moscow; Trump possibly anticipating high-profile arrests, signs Dec. 21 EO declaring “national emergency” and imposing financial sanctions against “Human Rights Abusers and Corrupt Actors Across the Globe,” freezes assets and blocks transactions of 52 designated individuals and companies; sends Def. Sec. Jim Mattis on unusual trip to Guantanamo Bay same day, first trip by Pentagon chief to US Navy’s Cuba facility in 16 years, follows July visit by AG Jeff Sessions, who emphasized Trump Admin’s support for continued use of Gitmo

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Several months of alt-media speculation re. significance of more than 9,000 sealed indictments (as of Dec. 31, 2017) in federal court dockets across USA and numerous pro-Trump posts by anonymous “Q Clearance Patriot” on 4Chan and 8Chan appear to be somewhat validated by Pres. Trump’s latest tweet on Huma Abedin. If there’s any collusion between US political elite and the Putin regime, it’s not with the Trump White House but with the American Left (Soros, Clintons, Obama, DNC, et. al.).

In the end, if Abedin’s former employer is also locked up, per Trump’s campaign promise, it could be a very happy new year indeed! BTW, we hope your Christmas was merry and your Hanukkah happy.