Gray Terror File: MGM Resorts Int’l disputes FBI’s timeline revision for worst terror attack on US soil since 911, also contradicts LVMPD’s original script, refocuses attention on mysterious Mandalay Bay security guard; hotel statement says “lone gunman” Stephen Paddock wounded Jesus Campos in leg within 40 seconds of launching attack on Las Vegas Village concertgoers; Stephen Schuck’s interview with NBC’s Today show reveals discrepancy with FBI narrative, aligns with MGM and concertgoers’ phone recordings, hotel engineer says he heard shooting in Paddock’s room SHORTLY BEFORE bullets blasted through door, pinning down both Campos and Schuck in hallway, i.e., Paddock started firing on concert venue before briefly turning his attention to unarmed security guard; alt-media uncovers more troubling details: Campos neither registered as security guard in State of Nevada, nor listed in Mandalay Bay employee registry; Campos ducks out of five interviews on Oct. 12, including with Fox’s Hannity, Campos’ union president: “We were in a room and we came out and he was gone”; Campos’ residence in Sunrise Manor, NV protected by armed security guard from shady firm, family clams up on Campos’ whereabouts with independent reporters: “We can’t talk about stuff right now”

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Campos is afraid. He was either Paddock’s accomplice or he witnessed Paddock’s accomplice(s).


Gray Terror File: Official investigation into Las Vegas Village massacre once again embarrassed by timeline errors as LVMPD not only revises position on timing of Stephen Paddock’s attempt to kill Mandalay Bay hotel security guard Jesus Campos, but also day on which alleged killer checked into room, Sept. 25, instead of Sept. 28 as first reported; Campos reportedly wounded in barrage of 200 bullets that erupted from Paddock’s hotel room, touted as “hero,” but his role as critical witness or Paddock’s accomplice on hotel staff overlooked; fake news story of Campos’ arrest under suspicion of being second gunmen, murdering Paddock apparent attempt to derail this conclusion; Newsweek notes no pic of Campos on GoFundMe account, says calls and text messages to Campos, co-worker, other acquaintances unanswered, admits: “Much of Campos’s story and background remains a mystery” (indeed); citizen journalist Jake Morphonios interviews Las Vegas cop, officer says many colleagues reject “lone gunman” theory pushed by higher-ups in LVMPD, FBI, believe multiple gunmen staged shooting diversions at other hotels to draw police away from concert attack, possibly ambush officers

Gray Terror File: MSM mouthpiece Newsweek ventures into “forbidden territory,” candid piece suggests alleged Las Vegas mass murderer Stephen Paddock may indeed be ISIS soldier “Abu Abdul Barr al-Amriki,” Islamic State waiting for FBI to thoroughly discredit itself before posting conclusive evidence of ex-accountant’s conversion to Islam (possibly in form of rumored video confession referenced by Trump campaign manager in MA, more recently by Islamist Twitter account), terrorism analyst Michael S. Smith II notes: “Islamic State has been very focused on undermining confidence among civilians in the West that their technologically superior governments are competent managers of our collective security”; NY Daily News reveals—one week after mass shootings in Vegas–second hotel worker in hallway with security guard Jesus Campos, engineer Stephen Schuck confirms Paddock directed “relentless” gunfire at them (9:59 p.m.) from Room 32135, says Campos “saved his life” by shouting warning after Schuck summoned to unlock fire exit on 32nd floor; Schuck radioed for help, i.e., possibly five minutes before Paddock launched military-style assault on Route 91 Harvest Festival (10:05 p.m.), but hotel security failed to call police after Campos shot; MGM Resorts Int’l disputes Sheriff Lombardo’s timeline

Gray Terror File: FBI, LVMPD affirm alleged Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock: 1) used freight elevator to convey military-style rifles, tactical and survival gear to sniper’s nest at Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino (which implicates staff or, more disturbingly, MGM Resorts Int’l CEO Jim Murren, Republican turncoat who backed Hillary in 2016); 2) used incendiary bullets, not conventional as previously reported, to detonate 43,000-barrel aviation fuel tanks 2,000 feet away, explosive rounds recovered at McCarran International Airport (which increases likelihood shootings part of terrorist attack, not mere personal vendetta); investigators also found 200 incidents of Paddock moving about Las Vegas — alone — prior to attack; break-in reported at Paddock’s Reno home, neighbors notice light days after police raid; Chairman and CEO of Wynn Resorts contradicts FBI line on Paddock’s involvement in carnage, offers sterling character reference for Paddock, Steve Wynn: “The most vanilla profile one could possibly imagine. A modest gambler . . . paid promptly, never owed any money anywhere in Las Vegas . . . This is a man who behaved rationally, privately, a little introverted . . . And every historical review of his behavior indicates that he was a rational man . . . And yet he [supposedly] prepared over an extended period of time, a totally irrational act”; Wynn chastises MGM Resorts Int’l for failing to intercept shooter, no client permitted to carry guns, use freight elevators in his own hotels; incidentally, Wynn “frenemy” of ex-casino operator Donald Trump, RNC finance chair since Jan. 2017

Gray Terror File: Clark County Sheriff Joseph Lombardo revises timeline of Route 91 Harvest Festival concert massacre, says alleged perp Stephen Paddock shot and wounded Mandalay Bay hotel security guard Jesus Campos six minutes before, rather than after, launching Oct. 1 military-style assault on 22,000 country music fans, LVMPD now unable to explain why retiree gambler-turned-killing machine abruptly ended 10-minute full-auto barrage at 10:15 p.m.; police discover Campos in hallway two minutes later, but SWAT team assault on killer’s suite did not occur until 11:20 p.m.; NaturalNews founder Mike Adams demands FBI “stop lying to America” about Vegas investigation, conducts forensic acoustic analysis of gunfire, says at least two gunmen involved, one at 425-475 yards (consistent with Paddock’s alleged hotel perch), second at 250-270 yards (consistent with survivor accounts of “multiple gunmen” in or near Las Vegas Village), suggests three possible locations for Paddock’s accomplice(s): rooftop of AM/PM convenience store N of concert venue, Oasis Apartments rooftops to SE; or dirt mound/construction site due S; CNN admits Paddock took 20 cruises to foreign ports, including Med and at least two Muslim countries, Jordan and United Arab Emirates; Paddock’s car found in hotel garage, contained 50-90 pounds of Tannerite high-velocity bullet-detonated explosive, two suitcases filled with 100s of rounds of ammo

Gray Terror File: Route 91 Harvest Festival attendee insists 3-5 street-level shooters, horizontal gunfire, police close gates minutes before shooting, no FBI follow-up after statement; Savage interviews another survivor who heard gunman RELOAD weapon, indicating presence in concert venue; LVMPD audio dispatch reveals active shooters in multiple sites, including Tropicana hotel; Eric Paddock admits last heard from brother 6 months prior to Las Vegas Village massacre, Stephen (“Not an Avid Gun Guy”) may have been radicalized by Islamic State during this period; ISIS “triples down” on claim of responsibility for atrocity, maintains career gambler converted to Islam 6 months ago; President Trump’s Massachusetts campaign manager James Brower alleges Paddock declared motives in ISIS video, cites leak; Clark County Sheriff Joseph Lombardo admits possible conspiracy, evidence Paddock planned to survive and escape crime scene: “You’ve got to make the assumption he had to have some help at some point”; Paddock may have tried to detonate two aviation fuel storage tanks at nearby McCarran International Airport; smashed out two windows in adjoining Mandalay Bay hotel room/suite, E window faces fuel tanks 2,000 feet away, NE window faces concert venue 1,100 feet away; construction crew repairs holes in one tank caused by two bullets, airport official confirms tanks operating normally, aviation expert says jet fuel “very hard to ignite”

Gray Terror File: Interviews with Route 91 Harvest Festival concertgoers, tourists by TV breaking news, social media posts, Australian media refute official narrative, offer evidence of coordinated multi-site terrorist attack in Las Vegas ignored by US national news networks, expose accomplices in ex-accountant Stephen Paddock’s “motive-less,” military-style barrage from Mandalay Bay hotel’s 32nd floor (Oct., 1, 10:05-10:15 p.m.); country music fans testify to full-auto weapons fire, multiple street-level gunmen in Las Vegas Village (concert venue), accomplice lighting diversionary firecrackers among concertgoers; female witness: “Everyone stayed down. As soon as everyone started to get up and run, they just kept shooting. It was quite literally like five minutes of shooting. People just kept dropping. It was definitely someone on the ground. Definitely, most definitely. THE WAY THEY HERDED THE CROWD AND ALL OF US. They kept coming. THEY EVEN CAME INTO THE BACK STAFF PARKING LOT. THEY SHOT PEOPLE OUT THERE TOO. They just kept coming. I hope they get them”; Australians Wendy Miller and husband staying at Luxor hotel, witness security guards emerge from enclosed skyway connecting Mandalay Bay and Luxor in pursuit of possible fake colleague; tourists hear gunfire at other hotels as much as 1.5 miles N. of Mandalay Bay, along Las Vegas Strip; seek shelter in lobbies of Bellagio Resort and Casino (10:45-10:55 p.m.), Aria Resort and Casino (11:00 p.m.); stampede ensues at Caesar’s Palace casino after 20 shots fired (11:30 p.m.); meanwhile Paddock holed up in Mandalay Bay until suicide confirmed at 11:20 p.m.; Paddock, like many other mass shooters in recent US history, on prescription anti-depressant with known dangerous side-effects (i.e., violent or aggressive urges), possibly subject to mind control by unknown handlers, killer’s doctor refuses interviews

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One car driving East down [Las Vegas’] Tropicana [Avenue] had a young, brown skinned girl [Muslim?] who I could not determine nationality hanging out the passenger window yelling at the crowd. I honestly could not make out what she was saying, but it was clear to me that she was taunting us. Whatever was coming out of her mouth was hateful based on how she was saying it, but I am unsure if she was speaking English or not. The sinking in my stomach from that image will be hard to forget.

Rick Ardito, survivor of Las Vegas Village massacre, Facebook post, October 2, 2017

Gray Terror File: Australian Brian Hodge staying at Mandalay Bay on night of Stephen Paddock’s deadly shooting spree, checked into room next to killer’s on 32nd floor, fled hotel to hide behind bushes for “several hours,” refers to multiple gunmen in interview: “There were multiple people dead and multiple shooters. I was just hiding waiting for police to come get us. It was a machine gun from the room next to me. My floor is a crime scene. They killed a security guard on my floor”; hotel server Tony Hernandez Armenta says Paddock checked into main suite on Sept. 25, not Sept. 28 as officials reported, merely occupied adjoining room on latter date; room service receipts indicate Paddock may have had guest on Sept. 27; Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo admits well-off retiree Paddock may have been “radicalized”: “The fact that he had the type of weaponry and amount of weaponry in that room, it was preplanned extensively, and I’m pretty sure he evaluated everything that he did and his actions, which is troublesome. . . . Did this person get radicalized unbeknownst to us? And we want to identify that source”; Paddock also tried to book rooms at Ogden luxury condo tower 15 blocks from Mandalay Bay, possibly to attack Life Is Beautiful Festival, slated for Sept. 22-24; Paddock’s girlfriend, “person of interest” Marilou Danley arrives at LAX from Manila, meets FBI agents to face questioning over knowledge of murder plot, also visited Hong Kong during overseas stint that began Sept. 15

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16 Unanswered Questions About The Las Vegas Shooting That The Mainstream Media Doesn’t Want To Talk About

Michael Snyder asks the crucial questions about Stephen Paddock’s involvement in the Las Vegas massacre

Five MORE things that don’t add up about the Las Vegas massacre… Where is all the expended brass?

Mike Adams asks some “stupid” questions about the physics behind Paddock’s much-touted marksmanship, as well as the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department’s deplorable 72-minute response time before blowing up Paddock’s hotel room door

Gray Terror File: ISIS bestows jihadi name upon mass murderer Stephen Paddock amid widespread skepticism over Islamic terror links, even as multi-millionaire real estate investor, gambling addict wired US$100,000 to Philippines bank account 1 week prior to killing spree in Las Vegas; Paddock’s Filipina-Australian girlfriend Marilou Danley in Tokyo at time of massacre, former “person of interest” faces questioning by authorities upon return to USA, Philippines home to Islamic and communist insurgencies; Paddock used Marilou’s ID to check into room on Mandalay Bay hotel’s 32nd floor, smashed out 2 windows to establish sniper’s perch, SWAT team followed smoke alarm to Paddock’s room, used explosives to enter; police find arsenal of weapons in Paddock’s Mesquite, NV residence, several pounds of ammonium nitrate in killer’s car; Marilou previously married to Bella Vista, AK resident Geary Danley, which “far-right trolls” mistakenly identified as shooter; meanwhile concertgoer at Route 91 Harvest Festival alleges “Hispanic” woman with male companion warned unsuspecting country music fans of attack 45 minutes beforehand: “She told us ‘They’re all around… You’re all going to f***ing die today’”; couple escorted away by concert security; warning possibly implies presence of multiple killers, which early news reports alleged before shifting to “lone wolf” attacker scenario

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The British tabloids are taking the lead in reporting some of the more interesting but overlooked elements of this tragedy.

Snopes concludes that Breanna Hendricks’ eyewitness account of a “mystery woman” who warned concertgoers of their impending death actually happened but was unrelated to Stephen Paddock’s murder plot, which unfolded less than an hour later. The only way to determine the truth behind this disturbing coincidence, of course, would be to locate and question the “mystery woman.”

Gray Terror File: ISIS claims responsibility for shooting massacre in Las Vegas, 58 dead, including 2 off-duty police officers, 400 injured in worst mass murder in US history, Islamic State alleges gunman Stephen Paddock converted to Islam “months ago,” but offers no evidence: “The Las Vegas attacker is a soldier of the Islamic State in response to calls to target coalition countries”; officials unable to confirm Paddock’s motives, no criminal record; ISIS threatened to attack “Sin City” in May 2017 rant; Eric Paddock on Oct. 1 carnage, says brother not religious, no financial difficulties, family dumbfounded by murder spree; 64-year-old white resident of Mesquite, NV holed up in room on 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino, used at least 10 rifles to rain death on concertgoers at Route 91 Harvest Festival, died from self-inflicted gunshot wound as police forced way into hotel room; Las Vegas killer son of notorious bank robber/fugitive, Benjamin Paddock on FBI most wanted list between 1969 and 1978; police ID Paddock’s Mesquite roommate Marilou Danley as “person of interest,” drop search after ex-casino hostess located overseas

WW4 File: North Korea fires second IRBM across Japan, missile launched from Pyongyang international airport, covers 2300 miles in 19 minutes, crashes in Pacific Ocean but within range of US territory of Guam; civil defense sirens wail across Hokkaido, civilians urged to take shelter as weapon arcs over Japanese island; South Korea promptly sends message to Kim Jong-un, stages rocket drill, fires Hyunmu missile into Sea of Japan, within range of NK capital; communist regime targeted Japan with first provocative missile over-flight on Aug. 29; Japanese PM Shinzo Abe: “We can never tolerate that North Korea trampled on the international community’s strong, united resolve toward peace that has been shown in UN resolutions and went ahead again with this outrageous act”; SK President Moon Jae-In holds emergency session of national security council, says “Dialogue with the North is impossible in a situation like this,” “The South has the power to destroy the North”; President Trump: “Our options in addressing this threat are both effective and overwhelming”; Sec. of State Tillerson admonishes Moscow, Beijing to be wary of showing any support for DPRK: “China and Russia must indicate their intolerance for these reckless missile launches by taking direct actions of their own”

WW4 File: NATO fears Russia prepping to occupy Belarus under cover of Zapad 2017 while North Korean militarism distracts world leaders; Ukraine reinforces patrols along borders with Belarus, Russia as Union State places air defense units on joint combat duty ahead of Sept. 14-20 war game; Belarusian patriots monitor Russian military activity, confirm predictions Putin would requisition more than 4,000 railway cars to transport weapons, equipment to buffer state, plan anti-Zapad demo in Minsk on Sept. 8; Russia’s top general Valery Gerasimov meets with NATO counterpart Petr Pavel in Azerbaijan, assuages concerns over Zapad; Gen. Pavel’s military career began in Czechoslovak People’s Army (1983-1990); Poroshenko accuses Russia of plotting to openly invade Ukraine, cites annexation of Crimea, Putin’s 40-month hybrid war in Donbas, Turchynov’s estimate of 240,000 Union State troops in Zapad, 140,000 more than even German DM’s figure; Russian Defense Ministry scoffs at Western estimates of maneuver’s size, but NATO Sec.-Gen. Jens Stoltenberg says Russia skirting stipulations of OSCE’s Vienna agreement by permitting only three foreign observers and alleging no more than 13,000 troops, 250 tanks in drill; Moldova sends small contingent to NATO’s Rapid Trident drill in W. Ukraine, government overrules head of state’s opposition, President Igor Dodon pro-Russia, communist until 2011

Zapad 2017 Area of Operations

Above: Zapad 2017’s area of operations according to the Russian Ministry of Defense. The Russians and Belarusians would be well poised to attack the Baltic states if they wanted to risk war with NATO.

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I hope that Belarusian soldiers will refuse to obey orders of traitors and will take the side of the people in order to defend our common interests and our homeland – Belarus. Long Live Belarus! Square-2017!”

These exercises bring no good. We will have to become partisans.

A similar scenario was in the Crimea – the [Russian] Navy base with 30 thousand military men on legal grounds. If foreign troops do not leave Belarus after exercises, there will be problems. Something should be done now, otherwise it may be too late.

We need to fight, not be indifferent, we need to take a stand against Putin’s occupation, against any presence of foreign soldiers in Belarus. Lukashenka was the one who made the decision. He surrendered our culture and language. Workers wake up, young people make all kinds of bikers run away. They [Russia’s pro-Putin Night Wolves biker gang] have no place in our country. People, we will win if we take the street and do not leave it until we win.

The Lukashenka’s regime is not eternal. Sooner or later it falls. And Lukashenka will be liable then.

No one can stand aside when occupants are trying to become masters here! The Russians have already proved their “brotherhood” in Ukraine with their fascist actions, the war, murders of Ukrainians… We must clearly understand it to have an opportunity for a better life of our children and grandchildren.

Belarusian patriot, August 17, 2017

WW4 File: North Korea effectively declares war against Japan, launches ballistic missile at neighbor in communist regime’s most outrageous provocation yet, projectile crashes into Pacific Ocean after flying over Japan’s northernmost main island; coincides with completion of US-Japanese military drill Northern Viper on Hokkaido; weapon believed to be Hwasong-12 intermediate-range missile, Pentagon: “The missile launched by North Korea flew over Japan. We are still in the process of assessing this launch”; US forces also conducting annual maneuvers with S. Korean military, which N. Korea typically perceives as rehearsal for invasion; Russian FM Lavrov in Abu Dhabi, blandly says N. Korea must “respect UN resolutions,” while United Arab Emirates counterpart warns Pyongyang to “stop its provocations,” think tank: Kim Jong-un obtained rocket tech from Russian, Ukrainian black market; US President Trump juggling international and domestic disasters as he heads to Houston to survey catastrophic flooding in wake of Hurricane Harvey, comments on Pyongyang’s suicidal course: “All options are on the table”; N. Korea’s UN ambassador justifies attack against Japan: “My country has every reason to respond with tough counter-measures as an exercise of its rights to self-defence”

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North Korea’s missile flight over Japan, whether it contained a warhead or not, is a direct declaration of war against that country and an indirect one against the USA. It must not go unanswered.

Blogger’s Note: International Black Ribbon Day 2017/ European Day of Remembrance for Victims of Stalinism and Nazism

Gray Terror File: ISIS claims responsibility for vehicle-ramming attacks in Spanish region of Catalonia, four suspects—3 Moroccans, 1 Spaniard—in custody, manhunt for others underway: Aug. 16, evening: 1 person killed in Alcanar, 120 miles S of Barcelona, after house leveled by massive explosion, authorities find 20 gas canisters in rubble, initially believed to be drug lab, next day authorities say jihadists building huge butane bomb; Aug. 17, 5:30 p.m.: Jihadist plows van, travelling at about 50 mph, into crowds of tourists in Barcelona’s Las Ramblas district on Aug. 17, 13 killed and 100 wounded along 500-meter path of carnage, perp reportedly escaped; Aug. 18, next morning: 5 jihadists ram car into crowds in seaside resort of Cambrils, 1 pedestrian killed, 5 injured; attackers wearing explosive belts, emerge from vehicle wielding edged weapons, police gun down all perps; flashback: Barcelona police arrest Swedish national after high-speed chase in Feb., suspect driving truck filled with butane canisters, MSM yet to link incident with this week’s atrocities; follows spate of Islamist-motivated “poor-man’s” vehicle-ramming attacks in France, Germany, Sweden, UK and USA since July 2016; deadly stabbing attacks also occur in Dusseldorf, Germany and Turku, Finland on Aug. 18, motives unclear, manhunts underway

USSR2/WW4 Files: Prominent Russian communist Sergei Udaltsov released from penal camp after serving 4.5-year sentence, convicted of fomenting “mass disorder” during anti-Putin protests in May 2012; 40-year-old Left Front leader great-grandson of Bolshevik Ivan Udaltsov, managed CPRF chairman Gennady Zyuganov’s presidential bid in 2012, defended Russia’s takeover of Crimea: “I am a Soviet patriot and consider the destruction of the Soviet Union the greatest mistake and a crime. Therefore, I regard the absorption of Crimea to be a small but important step towards the revival of a renewed [Soviet] Union”; United Communist Party (OKP) chair Darya Mitina: “The release of Left Front coordinator Sergey Udaltsov permits us, on the one hand, to expect the strengthening of the left in Russia, and may change the relations between the [CPRF] . . . and other Red activists”; OKP founded in 2014, backs Donbas rebels in Ukraine, sends delegate to Aug. 10 meeting of Workers’ World Party in Los Angeles; meanwhile first units of Russian army arrive in Belarus, prep for Zapad 2017 exercise in mid-Sept., Russia’s Northern Fleet joins Union State drill; NATO fears 100,000 Russian troops to be deployed to buffer state, US Army Europe to monitor Zapad

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The delegation from one of Russia’s minor communist parties to LA is pretty low level but, still, it shows the contemporary (i.e., post-Soviet) linkages between US and Russian commies. Don’t expect the fakestream media to cover that story.

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 Donbas 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; Donbas 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.

Bolivarian Revolution File: Venezuelan police pilot mutinies, commandeers helicopter, launches attacks against government buildings in downtown Caracas, fires 15 shots at Interior Ministry, lobs 4 grenades at Supreme Court; Capt. Oscar Alberto Perez appears in uniform on online video, flanked by armed, masked comrades, demands Pres. Nicolas Maduro’s “immediate resignation,” general elections, describes his role in “coalition of members of the security forces whose mission is ‘to serve our people’”; Hugo Chavez’s successor denounces “terrorist attack,” says Perez flew for former interior minister Miguel Rodriguez Torres, accuses Torres of being informant for US Drug Enforcement Agency, alleges opposition Democratic Unity Roundtable in league with CIA, plotting arrest of leaders of United Socialist Party of Venezuela; National Assembly President, opposition head Julio Borges: “There are people who say it was a government-staged hoax, others who say it was real…. Whatever it was, it all points in the same direction: that the situation in Venezuela is unsustainable”; chaos in capital follows widespread looting in coastal city Maracay on June 26, 68 supermarkets, pharmacies and liquor stores plundered, government offices torched

Useful Idiots Bin: FBI found hit list in pocket of DC ballpark shooter, would-be assassin of Majority Whip Steve Scalise, targets included House Freedom Caucus members Mo Brooks, Jeff Duncan, Trent Franks, Jim Jordan, Scott DesJarlais and Morgan Griffith; killer James T. Hodgkinson drove from hometown in Illinois to Alexandria, VA in March 2017, lived out of his van in YMCA parking lot, rented storage unit where he stashed 200 rounds of ammo, took pics of DC landmarks and baseball field where he attacked GOP Congressmen on June 14; disgruntled Bernie Sanders volunteer also visited office of Vermont senator, in email contact with Democratic senators from home state, Tammy Duckworth and Dick Durbin; Democratic official from Nebraska ousted from party post after rejoicing over attempted murder of Scalise: “I’m glad he got shot! I wish he was f–king dead”; Hodgkinson’s social media rants fueled by American Left’s hatred of Trump, Republicans, most lately evident in Breitbart’s compilation of venomous Hollywood actors, musicians who have advocated or depicted president’s assassination; Johnny Depp joins list of vicious celebrities to espouse Trump’s demise, White House and Secret Service duly note actor’s allusion to Lincoln’s assassin Booth

WW4 File: Special forces from Russia, Belarus, Serbia wrap up third Slavic Brotherhood drill near Polish border on June 14, one day after Montenegro’s accession to NATO, Moscow-led allies focus on “counter-terrorism”; Russia, Red China to launch first-ever joint naval drill in Baltic Sea in July, Chinese Communist flotilla to include missile destroyer, precedes Joint Sea exercise in Sea of Japan, Sea of Okhotsk; US, British, Polish and Portuguese troops deploy to Lithuania to deter Russian aggression as Vilnius reintroduces conscription, awaits delivery of German-built Panzerhaubitze 2000 armored artillery, German/Dutch-built Boxer IFVs, tests operability of Lithuanian army’s Iron Wolves Mechanized Infantry Brigade; US Army Europe to station 600 troops across Baltic states for duration of Moscow and Minsk’s Zapad 2017 exercise in Sept., some NATO officials expect Union State to deploy up to 100,000 troops near vulnerable Suwalki Gap; Russian FM Lavrov scoffs at rumors Russian troops will occupy Belarus: “I can hardly imagine a bigger load of nonsense especially from the mouths of politicians, who claim to command respect in the European Union”

Red World Order File: Lenin’s legacy alive and well in Europe and N. America: Putin sends formal greetings to 17th Congress of Communist Party of Russian Federation, 340 Communist delegates assemble in Moscow on May 27 amid preps for celebration of centennial of “Great October Socialist Revolution”; Chairman Zyuganov reports “his organization is ready to a constructive dialogue with all branches of power [i.e., Putin regime] in order to contribute to the strengthening of the nation”; German police conduct Stasi-like raids across 14 states, arrest both leftists and rightists allegedly guilty of posting “hate speech” online, confiscate cell phones of 23-year-old Munich man who reportedly advocated death penalty for “gays” (i.e., sodomites); Canada continues to strangle freedom of speech by prohibiting “discrimination” against “transgenderism,” Senate follows House of Commons by passing Bill C-16; Canadian Criminal Code, Human Rights Act already penalize “hate speech” against “sexual orientation” (i.e., perversion); ruling Liberal Party under Islam-friendly Trudeau dynasty leads way in ironically killing off Canadians’ civil liberties in name of personal freedom

WW4 File: Russian Su-27 fighter jet chases off NATO F-16 that attempted to intercept aircraft flying Russian defense minister over Baltic Sea to Kaliningrad exclave, Russian pilot rocks his jet’s wings to display weapons to Western warplane; national identity of NATO plane unclear in potential superpower crisis, follows by one day Russian Air Force’s provocative intercept of USAF recon jet in region; Sergei Shoigu blames NATO for “deteriorating situation” on Russia’s western borders: “This is linked to the increasing military activity of NATO countries in Eastern Europe. The North Atlantic Alliance is stepping up its presence in the Baltic states”; plans to strengthen military potential along front with NATO, modern weapons to be supplied to troops, 100 snap drills carried out since Jan. 2017: “Around 20 military units and bases will be established in the Western Military District before the end of the year, around 40 garrison towns are currently being built”; Western sanctions delay production of Russia’s 3rd-gen. T-14 main battle tank, Armata to enter service in 2020 with 2nd Guards Tamanskaya Motor Rifle Division, based outside Moscow; Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov vows “retaliatory measures” to new round of US Treasury sanctions against 38 Russian citizens and companies

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Contrived or not, the Kremlin propaganda machine will work overtime to portray the West in a bad light after this incident with Shoigu’s plane.

WW4 File: Russian Defense Ministry threatens to use SAM systems to “track” US military planes as “air targets” over Syria after US Navy F/A-18E downs Syrian Su-22 fighter jet, US warplanes west of Euphrates River vulnerable to Russian missile threat, Kremlin avoids phrase “shoot down”; in first-ever such incident during Syrian Civil War, US Navy pilot shot down one of Assad’s aircraft after Syrian Arab Air Force bombed US-backed rebels near town of Ja’Din on June 18; next day Russian Su-27 fighter armed with air-to-air missiles approached within five feet of USAF RC-135 recon jet over Baltic Sea, US officials accuse Russian pilot of “provocation”; most recent of 35 “interactions” between US, Russian warplanes over Baltic region since June 2, NATO wrapped up annual 2-week BALTOPS military drill on June 16, involved USAF B-52, B-1 strategic bombers in “Russia’s backyard”; US-UK battle group, allied troops from Poland, Lithuania, Croatia prep for Russian re-seizure of Baltic states, practice defending 65-mile Suwalki Gap between Russian exclave of Kaliningrad, buffer state Belarus; U.S. Army Lt. Gen. Ben Hodges: “The gap is vulnerable because of the geography. It’s not inevitable that there’s going to be an attack, of course, but … if that was closed, then you have three allies that . . . are potentially isolated from the rest of the alliance”; Baltic officials fear Russia, Belarus will rehearse attack on Suwalki Gap during Zapad maneuver in Sept. 2017

USA File: Would-be Scalise assassin, Bernie Sanders supporter with criminal record going back 11 years James Hodgkinson frequented YMCA across street from Simpson Field in Alexandria, VA, apparently conducted 6 weeks of surveillance from this vantage prior to attacking Republican congressmen at ballpark on June 14; before opening fire, gunman approached ballgame participants, inquired “Are these the Republicans or the Democrats,” prompting speculation concerning suspect’s motives; neighbors in Belleville, IL complained of Hodgkinson firing high-powered rifle near residences in March 2017, although ex-home inspector in compliance with Illinois firearms regulations, licensed for concealed carry; YMCA member observed Hodgkinson’s regular use of laptop computer, suspect belonged to “Terminate the Republican Party” Facebook group, ranted: “Trump is a traitor. Trump has destroyed our democracy. It’s time to destroy Trump & Co.”; self-avowed “democratic socialist” Sanders disavows Hodgkinson’s bloody rampage: “I am sickened by this despicable act”

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The attack against Scalise and his colleagues appears to have been carefully planned over a number of months. Even if Hodgkinson was some lone nutjob, he was definitely radicalized by the virulent anti-Trump propaganda in both the fakestream and social media.

USA File: Leftist with semi-automatic rifle opens fire on GOP baseball team at Simpson Field ballpark in Alexandria, VA; House Majority Whip, key Trump backer Steve Scalise shot in hip, hospitalized for surgery; congressional staffer, 2 Capitol Hill police agents also shot in “deliberate attack”; Arizona Sen. Jeff Flake describes how Scalise’s security detail returned fire on attacker: “50 (shots) would be an understatement, I’m quite sure”; Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul: “We were like sitting ducks. Without the Capitol Hill police it would have been a massacre”; shooter identified as James T. Hodgkinson (66, white) of Belleville, IL, dies of injuries at hospital, known Bernie Sanders supporter, moved to Alexandria, VA 2 months ago in apparent bid to stalk targets, posted inflammatory anti-Trump remarks in social media; President Trump tweets: “The Vice President and I are aware of the shooting incident in Virginia and are monitoring developments closely”; Scalise backed White House immigration ban, spearheaded effort to repeal, replace ObamaCare

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So, Scalise’s would-be assassin was a Trump-hating leftist, no doubt radicalized by the fakestream media. It’s so obvious, in fact, that “progressive” news sites like Raw Story are candidly reporting the details of Hodgkinson’s bio.

WW4 File: Russia scrambles Su-27 fighter to intercept USAF B-52 Stratofortress flying over Baltic Sea on June 6, ex-Russian Air Force commander grumbles: “Such behaviour does not deserve respect. Strategic bombers should not fly so close to our land borders”; “Comrade” Pyotr Deinekin conveniently ignores repeated intrusions around Alaska and occasionally off California coast by Russian nuclear bombers; US military participating in regional NATO exercises, including Saber Strike with Poland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, annual BALTOPS naval training in Baltic; Lithuania installs fence, surveillance equipment along border with Kaliningrad, deter provocations, but not full-scale military attack from Russian exclave during Zapad maneuvers in Sept. 2017; Poland announced building of 6 watchtowers along its 124-mile border with Kaliningrad in 2015; Latvia completes 23 km of planned 276-km border fence with Russia in Feb. 2017, touts anti-migrant function; Estonia plans to build 70 miles of anti-migrant fence along Russian border in 2018, lakes form remaining barrier between adversaries; Kremlin media suggests Russia “real” target of NATO fencing-building activity

Bolivarian Revolution File: Venezuela’s 18-year-old Marxist regime on brink of destruction after 2 months of violent opposition demos lead to 59 civilian deaths, 18 injured in latest clash with Caracas police; opposition forces control National Assembly, motivated by country’s economic collapse, including widespread starvation, demand Pres. Nicolas Maduro call early election to undo socialist policies, accuse Goldman Sachs Group of propping up regime with cheap bonds from state-run oil company PDVSA, New York-based bank defends investment; Venezuelan military holds meeting at base in NW city of Barquisimeto in late April, Army Div. Gen. José Rafael Torrealba Pérez reportedly issues order for snipers to fire on anti-regime protesters; OAS Secretary Luis Almargo: “The Bolivarian National Guard and its head, Major General Benavides Torres, are directly responsible for the repression that has murdered, imprisoned and tortured people”; General Ángel Vivas rejects attempt by regime founder Hugo Chavez to impose Cuban motto “Nation or death, we will overcome!” on Venezuelan military, holds off arrest for years by fortifying home, arming self, finally apprehended in violent siege of residence in April 2017, tortured in prison; Maduro loyalists also arrest 50-60 soldiers for “insufficient loyalty” to Chavez successor

Asia/USA Files: Philippines’ self-avowed socialist president Rodrigo Duterte imposes 60-day martial law over island of Mindanao after army, police attempt May 23 arrest of Islamic militant Isnilon Hapilon, clash with jihadists of both Abu Sayyaf, Islamic State of Lanao, week of fighting in Marawi city leads to deaths of 61 ISIS extremists, 20 troops and 19 civilians, 85,000 people flee homes in Lanao del Sur province; Communist Party of Philippines (CPP)/New People’s Army (NPA) pulls out of peace negotiations in protest, says martial law targets Maoist rebels, urges more “tactical offensives” against government; Filipino-American politician, California Assemblyman Rob Bonta (44) withdraws bill that would have decriminalized Communist Party membership among state employees after “intense pressure” from lawmakers Janet Nguyen, Travis Allen, California’s Vietnamese community; Bonta’s mother and his colleagues in Filipino Advocates for Justice belonged to Union of Democratic Filipinos (KDP), founded in 1973 in Santa Cruz, CA in response to previous imposition of martial law by Pres. Ferdinand Marcos; KDP actively supported CPP/NPA until US-based org’s dissolution following overthrow of Marcos in 1986

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Back from vacation. Communists still lurking around, so blogging continues . . .

USA File: “Lock Her Up”: James Comey’s departure from FBI opens path for Trump White House to back prosecution of ex-Sec. of State Clinton for email scandal, other possible crimes, fallen agency director ramping up Trump-Kremlin probe with request for more personnel only days before sacking; ex-chief of staff for AG Edwin Meese (1985-1988) Mark Levin believes Comey protected Clinton: “Now I would contend, as a substantive matter, Hillary Clinton is very, very lucky that Director Comey was the director of the FBI. She may feel that he hurt her presidential chances, but let me tell you something, she should have been indicted”; FBI Dep. Director Andrew McCabe becomes Acting Director, but President Trump will need to quickly ditch McCabe since temp head, wife closely linked to Clintons, Dem Party machine; PAC affiliated with Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe, Virginia Democratic Party together contributed over US$700,000 to Jill McCabe’s 2015 state Senate campaign; meanwhile Trump rebuilds bridges with Russia, welcomes Ambassador Kislyak, FM Lavrov to White House, Russian, but not US, media invited; also holds surprise meeting with veteran globalist Henry Kissinger, ex-Sec. of State under Nixon, Ford, discuss Syrian civil war

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If that f – – – ing bastard [Donald Trump] wins, we all hang from nooses! [NBC’s The Today Show host Matt] Lauer’s finished…and if I lose it’s all on your heads for screwing this up.
— Hillary Rodham Clinton, off-camera rant on September 7, 2016 (source)

USA File: Trump to Comey: “You’re fired!’; in rare move for a US president, The Donald (finally) terminates troublesome FBI director over ongoing probe into Team Trump’s alleged links to Kremlin, dismissal will restore “public trust and confidence”; Democratic politicos foam at mouth, compare Comey sacking to Richard Nixon’s “Saturday Night Massacre”; Sen. Bob Casey bristles: “This is Nixonian”; Sen. Ron Wyden fulminates: “Outrageous,” summons Comey to testify to Congress about “status of Trump-Russia investigation”; Assange, holed up in Ecuadorean embassy in London since 2012, tweets: “FBI source says the FBI will now start leaking like Niagara,” “Mr. Comey knows where many bodies are buried”; Revolutionary Communist Party front to protest Comey firing outside Trump Tower; CNN sources say DOJ preparing to arrest WikiLeaks founder on charges of posting 1000s of files stolen by ex-US Army intel analyst Bradley/Chelsea Manning, believes Assange also helped Edward Snowden; Trump-appointed CIA Director Pompeo: “It’s time to call out WikiLeaks for what it really is: A non-state hostile intelligence service often abetted by state actors like Russia”

Commies for Comey? If both the Democrats and Bob Avakian’s far-left nutjob outfit want him in, then you know he’s got to go.

Dumping Comey is where Trump’s presidential caliber really shines through, although it should’ve been done a few months ago. Still, we’ll need more of that type of leadership if the American Republic is to be restored to its Constitutional parameters.

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EU/USA Files: Populist-nationalist wave sweeping America, Britain dissipates as first Dutch, then French voters embrace globalist candidates, ex-Socialist/ Rothschild banker Emmanuel Macron (39) wins May 7 run-off for presidential bid, First Lady-designate Brigitte Trogneux (64) displays typical French “sophistication,” engaged in pedophile tryst with Macron as latter’s high school teacher in 1990s; The Atlantic describes President Trump’s congratulations to Macron as “tepid” in wake of supposed tacit endorsement of “far-rightist” Marine Le Pen; ex-UKIP chief, Brexit backer Nigel Farage praises Le Pen (48) for highest-ever electoral support for National Front candidate (33.9%), says 80% of retirees voted for Macron, insists Marine enjoys support of younger generations, will win in 2022, meanwhile France will suffer “five more years of failure, five more years of being stuck in the wrong currency, and five more years of increasing terrorist attacks”; Trump flaunts his distinctive “keep’em guessing” policy style in WSJ interview: “Hey, I’m a nationalist and a globalist. I’m both. And I’m the only one who makes the decision, believe me”; meanwhile “Left Coast” cities of Portland, Olympia rocked by red-inspired May Day riots, California Assembly passes bill to repeal anti-communism ban on state employees, bill heads to upper chamber, Republican Assemblyman Travis Allen: “This bill is blatantly offensive to all Californians. Communism stands for everything that the United States stands against”

EU File: Albanian PM Edi Rama says union between his country and quasi-state Kosovo “a possible alternative to the closed door of the European Union,” alludes to Kremlin influence in Balkans: “How can the European Union allow at its own heart a gray zone where other actors can have a larger influence than the EU itself”; Kosovo’s so-called President Hashim Thaci chimes in: “If Brussels closes the door on Kosovo, all Albanians in the region will live in one unified state”; Serbia’s pro-EU PM Aleksandar Vucic reacts to Rama’s comments with threat to form all-Serbian state, including Bosnia’s Serb Republic: “If I said that all Serbs should live in one state, I would be hanged from a flagpole in Brussels”; Russian Foreign Ministry puts its foot down on irredentist musings: “We believe that the international community should jointly show Tirana and Albanian politicians in other Balkan states that it is unacceptable to advance territorial claims and to discuss the revision of borders”; Albania grants citizenship to Kosovo ex-PM Ramush Haradinaj as ethnic Albanian mayor in S. Serbia declares: “According to the Constitution of Albania, Edi Rama is the leader of all Albanians, regardless of where they live”; Moscow, Belgrade vow to deepen military cooperation after last fall’s Slavic Brotherhood exercise with Belarus

WW4 File: North Korea deploys 300 to 400 pieces of long-range artillery for live-fire drill on E. coast, near Wonsan; rocket-assisted shells from communist regime’s 170 mm Koksan self-propelled gun can potentially strike Seoul from positions close to DMZ, but South Korean military’s new mobile counter-artillery radar can detect DPRK’s big guns within 100 km radius; Kim Jong-un’s firepower display coincides with joint maneuvers by US, SK navies in Yellow Sea, joint army exercises NE of Seoul, arrival of guided-missile sub USS Michigan at SK port of Busan; Red China denies US media reports it has placed PLAAF H-6 strategic bombers on “high alert” amid tensions over Korean Peninsula; President Xi Jinping inspects Southern Theater Command of PLA on Apr. 21, stresses importance of “building a strong army,” urges all military personnel to “resolutely safeguard the authority of CPC Central Committee and unswervingly follow the Party’s leadership”; Russian strategic bombers, maritime recon planes skim Alaska’s Air Defense Identification Zone 4 times in as many days, spotted off N., S. coasts of state, prompt intercepts by US, Canadian fighter jets; Pentagon official: There is “no other way to interpret this other than as strategic messaging”

EU File: Marine Le Pen, Emmanuel Macron advance to May 7 run-off vote after France’s Apr. 23 presidential election, National Front chief senses victory, resigns party leadership to appeal to moderates; BNP Paribas stocks surge as ex-Rothschild banker holds slight lead in tally, but Le Pen’s anti-immigrant campaign buoyed by fatal ISIS shooting on Champs-Élysées on Apr. 20; Le Pen lashes “bankers’ candidate” Macron: “He is a hysterical, radical ‘Europeanist.’ He is for total open borders. He says there is no such thing as French culture. There is not one domain that he shows one ounce of patriotism”; failed Republican, Socialist candidates throw support behind Macron, while FN woos working-class followers of far-left firebrand; FN deputy chief Steeve Briois: “The voters who voted for Mr. [Jean-Luc] Melenchon are angry voters. . . . They express a choice outside the system”; Le Pen made “private” trip to Trump Tower on Jan. 12, but apparently did not meet US president-elect; then made high-profile visit to Kremlin on Mar. 24 for tête-à-tête with Putin; Le Pen advocates “strong security ties” between Paris, Moscow, abolishing EU sanctions against Russia, recognizing annexation of Crimea

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European civilization deserves to perish if French voters can’t scrape up enough patriotism to defeat the globalists’ candidate.

WW4 File: North Korea’s most advanced missiles apparently on display during Apr. 15 Pyongyang parade, Western analysts identify KN-11 SLBM, Pukguksong-2, Musudan IRBM, but puzzled by Musudan-like missile only longer, unknown Scud-like missile on tracked transporter; Russian social media shows transportation of S-400 missiles toward Vladivostok, 8 miles from Russia’s tiny border with DPRK, port city home to Russian Navy’s Pacific Fleet; Moscow monitoring US response to Korean tensions, 3,500 troops, MiG-31s hold week-long army, navy drills in E. Military District beginning Apr. 4; US Air Force intercepts 2 Russian Tu-95 bombers 100 miles from Alaska’s Kodiak Island on Apr. 17, first such provocation since Trump inaugurated; follows Russian Air Force intrusions near Japan 5 days earlier, Tokyo scrambles 14 fighter jets to meet 3 Russian Bears, 1 Il-20 spy plane; freelance journalist in NE China films “endless convoy” of missile-carrying trucks near Shenyang city, follows reports of PLA deploying 150,000 troops near NK border; USS Carl Vinson spotted in Indonesian waters, 3,500 miles from Korean Peninsula, one week after MSM reported CSG “bearing down on Kim Jong-un,” 4 to 5 days needed to reach Korean waters at maximum speed; Russia, Red China dispatch spy ships to shadow US carrier; 1,250 US Marines, 13 combat aircraft arrive in Australia’s Northern Territory, CO queried on Korean situation: “We stand ready to fight”

WW4 File: North Korea’s Stalinist regime launches yet another missile from Sinpo on Apr. 16, projectile promptly blows up even as US vice-president flies to South Korea via Anchorage, Mike Pence makes surprise visit to DMZ, announces “the era of strategic patience is over,” reconfirms shipment of THAAD anti-missile systems to SK; President Trump sends another message to DPRK dictator Kim Jong-un after US military deploys first-ever Massive Ordnance Air Blast bomb in Afghanistan’s Nangarhar province on Apr. 13, 95 ISIS militants reportedly killed in cave-tunnel complex; Spicer refuses to confirm whether Trump specifically ordered use of MOAB, but president admits: “We have given them [US military] total authorization, and that’s what they’re doing. Frankly, that’s why they’ve been so successful lately”; follows firing of 59 Tomahawk cruise missiles at Syrian air base on Apr. 7 in response to Assad’s alleged use of chemical weapons against civilians at Khan Shaykhun; former Afghan president Hamid Karzai condemns use of world’s 2nd-most powerful conventional bomb as “an immense atrocity against the Afghan people”; Red China defends sale of trucks to DPRK, flouting international sanctions after vehicles spotted in Pyongyang military parade pulling ballistic missiles; Mexican leftist leader Alberto Anaya Gutierrez leads Labor Party (PT) delegation to Pyongyang, signs “agreement of exchange and cooperation” with ruling Workers’ Party of Korea; PT affiliated with Sao Paulo Forum

WW4 File: PM Shinzo Abe warns North Korea could lob sarin-tipped missiles at Japan, reminds Japanese lawmakers of Tokyo subway terror attack in which doomsday cult used sarin to kill 12, sicken thousands of commuters in 1995; Aum Shinrikyo never admitted crime, still active in Japan, classified as terror org by Russia in 2016; destroyers, helos from Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force to conduct joint drills with USS Carl Vinson Carrier Strike Group, Japan’s National Security Council to organize evacuation of 57,000 citizens from South Korea in event of war with North; US-Korea Institute: NK’s Punggye-ri nuclear test site “primed and ready”; NK dictator Kim Jong-un unveils “big and important event” announced Apr. 12, presides over opening of luxury residential skyscrapers (with no hot water) in downtown Pyongyang; US Sec. of State meets Putin, counterpart Lavrov in Moscow, talk Syria and NK, Tillerson: “There is a low level of trust between our two countries”; meanwhile US Justice Dept. arrests State Dept. employee for hiding contacts with Chinese communist agents, Candace Marie Claiborne “charged with obstructing an official proceeding and making false statements in connection with her alleged concealment and failure to report her improper connections to foreign contacts along with the tens of thousands of dollars in gifts and benefits they provided”

WW4 File: North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un orders “immediate” evacuation of 600,000 residents from Pyongyang, or about 25% of capital’s population, NO WESTERN MEDIA CONFIRMATION YET; NK officials inform 200 foreign journalists present for 105th anniversary of birth of communist state’s founder Kim Il-sung to expect “big and important event” on Apr. 13, 2 days before national holiday; referring to redeploy- ment of USS Carl Vinson carrier strike group to region, Korean Central News Agency fulminates: “If the U.S. dares opt for a military action, crying out for ‘pre- emptive attack’ and ‘removal of headquarters,’ [North Korea] is ready to react to any mode of war desired by the U.S.”; Moscow, Beijing apparently alarmed by NK missile tests, US President Donald Trump’s “message” to DPRK dictator via missile attack against Syrian air base on Apr. 6, follows Assad’s alleged use of sarin gas on civilians; PRC President Xi Jinping in Apr. 12 phone call to Trump “advocates resolving the issue through peaceful means,” while Russian missile cruiser Varyag makes “friendly” port of call at South Korea’s Busan; Red China’s defense ministry denies Yonhap News Agency report PLA deploying 150,000 troops to NK border, communist-run Global Times retracts statement: “Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) will launch attacks to DPRK nuclear facilities on its own”

Latin America/Asia Files: Cold War-era communist insurgencies winding down – NOT: Dissident rebels reject Nov. 2016 peace deal with Colombian government, target army convoy with IED, kill soldier, wound 4 others, military suspects FARC’s 7th Front responsible, 1 of 6 FARC units still active; National Liberation Army still fighting in NE part of Colombia; Shining Path “still strong” in Peru, insurgent snipers attack police convoy on Mar. 18, killing 3 agents of Special Anti-Drug Ops Division; government of Philippines Pres. Rodrigo Duterte, New People’s Army agree to temporary cease-fire, Maoists demand army withdraw from Mindanao in exchange for release of police officer, 3 soldiers; meanwhile, Communist Party of Philippines holds congress, reaffirms “necessity of waging armed revolution in order to counter the armed violence employed by the U.S. imperialists and the local reactionary ruling classes”; Indian police in Chhattisgarh state arrest 2 female Naxalites, follows late-night Mar. 30 attack on Dahikhal railway station in Odisha state, 20 armed Naxalites storm facility, detonate 2 explosive devices, seize station master, porter, demand staff denounce PM Narendra Modi; Nepal’s Maoist regime lifts script from Deng Xiaoping’s “Socialism with Chinese characteristics” (1978 – ), guerrilla commander-turned-PM Pushpa Kamal Dahal rolls out red carpet for Chinese, Japanese, Indian investors, World Economic Forum: “Nepal boasts the best macroeconomic environment in S. Asia”

WW4/Cyber-Leninism Files: US Pacific Command verifies North Korea’s latest missile test was medium-range KN-15 (Pukguksong-2), projectile launched from coastal city of Sinpo, flew 40 miles over Sea of Japan before crashing; Sinpo home port of NK’s sole ballistic missile sub, potential threat even if US, SK wipe out communist regime’s land-based arsenal; Pyongyang’s latest provocation comes 1 day before US president slated to host Red Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort, “Winter White House” site of Feb. meeting with Japanese PM Shinzo Abe; PLA troops hold little-reported drill in Jilin province, near NK border on Mar. 24, while Japanese schoolchildren practice first-ever evacuation drills in event of NK missile attack; NK hackers may have stolen elements of US-SK war plan under cover of Sept. 2016 malware attack, 2,500 computers in SK Defense Ministry infected, including DM Han Min-goo’s, SK military officials downplayed network breach; NK hacking group “Lazarus” also raiding banks worldwide, ripped off US$81 million from state-owned Bangladesh Bank in Feb. 2016 cyber-heist

Red Terror File: Kyrgyz-born suicide bomber reportedly behind Apr. 3 blast in St. Petersburg metro, 14 officially confirmed deaths, 49 commuters hospitalized, Kremlin Investigative Committee suspects 22-year-old Akbarzhon Dzhalilov, Kyrgyzstan’s State Committee for National Security (GKNB) confirms identity; first major terror attack in St. Petersburg since Soviet collapse, follows anti-regime protests, mass arrests in Russia, Belarus and Kyrgyzstan; Kyrgyz police used stun grenades to disperse 500 protesters who rallied outside GKNB HQ in Bishkek in support of Sadyr Zhaparov, nationalist leader returned to homeland on Mar. 25 after three years of self-imposed exile, promptly detained by KGB successor org, plans to run in Nov. presidential election, faces charges of hostage taking; PM Dmitry Medvedev rejects allegations of corruption, which sparked demos across Russia on Mar. 26, 2-week imprisonment of anti-corruption crusader Alexei Navalny; Communist Party plans Apr. 8 protest against United Russia’s economic policies, Chairman Zyuganov yet to announce candidacy for 2018 presidential bid

EU File: Hungary’s nationalist government enacts law closing down Soros-founded Central European University (CEU), Human Affairs Minister: “The organizations of George Soros operating in Hungary and around the world are just such pseudo-civilian agents, and we are committed to stamping out such activity”; Hungary to detain asylum seekers in camps consisting of shipping containers, “transit zones” part of border wall with Serbia; PM Viktor Orban seeks consultation with citizens on EU policies inimical to Hungary, esp. mass immigration, distributes popular survey titled “Let’s Stop Brussels”; Jobbik chief Gabor Vona eyes spring 2018 parliamentary vote, takes cue from France’s Marine Le Pen, moderates party’s far-right origins, softens rhetoric against Roma, Jews, homosexuals: “There is now very little difference between Jobbik’s policies and the [Orban] government on migration”; bankrupt ex-Marxist-Leninist Socialist Party launches campaign for next year’s vote, vows to implement luxury tax, higher taxes on income, real estate; MSZP lawmaker sides with Soros, opposes CEU closure: “This (bill) has zero professional justification”

Red Terror File/Red Dawn Alert: Bomb damages subway car between two St. Petersburg metro stations, 10 morning commuters killed, up to 50 injured; Russian prosecutor general denounces “terrorist act”; Putin in Russia’s second-largest city early Monday for face-to-face with Belarusian counterpart Lukashenko, responds to carnage: “I have already spoken to the head of our special services, they are working to ascertain the cause”; follows large anti-regime protests across Russia, Belarus on Mar. 25-26, 2,000 arrested in both countries; Russian ambassador to Belarus blames Western governments, NGOs for unrest: “We are looking at this closely, but understand that for now, the West does not have the strength to tear Belarus away from Russia”; analysis: Putin may be intimidating opposition ahead of 2018 presidential bid, evidence implicates FSB/KGB behind many “Islamic/ Chechen” terror attacks in Russia since 1999 apartment bombings propelled career Chekist to power; meanwhile Russian Airborne Troops (VDV) travel to Managua for six-day consultation with Nicaraguan military, plan joint exercise to take place in C. American country; Moscow closed ranks with neo-Sandinista regime when long-time KGB agent Daniel Ortega returned to presidency in 2007, Russian Tu-160 supersonic bombers touched down in Nicaragua in provocative 2013 flights

WW4 File: UKRAINE-RUSSIA WAR: Unknown terrorists attack Polish consulate in NW Ukrainian city, fire grenade launcher in early-morning hours, damage building’s roof but no casualties; Lutsk over 500 miles from conflict zone in Donbas; Ukraine’s SBU says weapon appeared to be Soviet-era RPG-26, points finger at Moscow-backed saboteurs: “The provocations against the Republic of Poland, which once in a while occur in Ukraine, are of benefit only to one party – the Russian Federation. Its methods of operation can be seen from far off”; Pawel Soloch, head of Poland’s National Security Bureau, opines: “Undoubtedly, this was a provocation. The question is: who did it and for what purpose? We know the context – there is a Russian aggression against Ukraine”; Russian Foreign Ministry refutes Kiev’s, Warsaw’s accusations in social media; follows Mar. 23 assassination of exiled Kremlin critic, Russian Communist lawmaker, Denis Voronenkov gunned down on Kiev street by ex-Ukrainian National Guard secretly working for Russian FSB, bodyguard also wounded but returns fire, assassin later dies; President Petro Poroshenko says killing “clearly shows the handwriting of Russian special services shown repeatedly in various European capitals in the past,” draws link to massive ammunition depot explosion in Balakleya, near E. city of Kharkiv, on same day, alleges sabotage; Warsaw convicts lawyer “Stanislaw Sz.” of spying for Russian GRU, hands down 4-year prison term

Useful Idiots Bin: George Soros assumes recently deceased David Rockefeller’s mantle of “Mr. Globalist” in “Leftist Billionaire Club,” even as Open Society Foundations condemned, face expulsion in various countries; Russia banned OSF in Nov. 2015, declared “security threat,” part of wider Kremlin crackdown on Western NGOs; Communist Party of China denounces Soros for “declaring war” on yuan, HK dollar, “predicting” crash of PRC economy for personal profit; Hungary prepares to ban OSF, Soros-founded Central European University in Budapest also faces closure under proposed law, CEU Rector Michael Ignatieff ex-chief of Liberal Party of Canada; Macedonia’s ex-PM Nikola Gruevski recommends Donald Trump’s book Great Again, blames Soros for unrest: “Soros NGOs in Macedonia have created a modern army”; Liviu Dragnea, head of Romania’s ruling Social Democratic Party, condemns Soros: “This man and the foundations and NGOs he has been setting up for years now in Romania, since the ’90s, I think, have fed evil in Romania”; GOP lawmakers urge Sec. of State Tillerson to probe claims USAID funding Soros NGOs overseas; Canada’s PM undermines White House immigration ban, welcomes Muslim refugees, globalist Justin Trudeau held face-to-face with Soros at Davos in Jan. 2016, joins forces with UN, OSF to promote private refugee sponsorship worldwide; Trudeau also beholden to Aga Khan IV, flew to Islamic sect leader’s private Bahamian island in Jan. 2017, Canadian taxpayers pour C$310 million into Aga Khan Foundation

USSR2 File: Large protests erupt in Russia, ongoing unrest in Belarus leads to more demos as citizens challenge Putin, Lukashenko regimes; Communist lawmakers break ranks with Kremlin, demand corruption probe into PM Dmitry Medvedev, allege Putin puppet has “amassed huge illicit wealth”; meanwhile Moscow police arrest 1,000 in unsanctioned March 26 demo, jail and fine opposition leader Alexei Navalny, independent Ekho Moskvy radio reports 60,000 took part in more than 80 demos across Russia, largest since 2011-2012; Russia’s opposition fears Putin, 64, will seek fourth presidential term in March 2018 election, ex-KGB officer Russia’s strongman since 1999; Minsk police arrest 400, beating some, during March 25 demo in latest crackdown on opposition, citizens denounce new social parasite tax, Belarusian Foreign Ministry maintains “actions of law enforcement agencies were completely appropriate,” dissidents allegedly hiding petrol bombs and firearms in vehicles; Belarusian KGB releases senior opposition figure after 3-day detention, Mikalay Statkevich missing since early Mar. 25, slated to lead Minsk protest later that day; follows KGB’s arrest of unspecified number of members of White Legion and Patriot Club, groups “suspected of plotting armed provocations,” accused of running training camps near cities of Babruysk and Mahilyou, as well as in Ukraine, NATO states Poland and Lithuania; Kiev, Vilnius scoff at Lukashenko’s allegations

Africa File: South Africa’s president Jacob Zuma rejects own ruling African National Congress resolution on land reform, sides with Marxist-Leninist Economic Freedom Fighters, third largest party in National Assembly; ex-communist Zuma echoes EFF’s Julius Malema, urges confiscation of white-owned land without compensation; Malema: “So, we are saying black people, all of us must unite so that we can change the Constitution so that we can expropriate land without compensation,” condemns “Dutch [Afrikaner] thugs”; Zuma concurs: “The black parties should unite on this issue”; Malema publicly chanted revolutionary song “Shoot the Farmer, Kill the Boer” in 2010, convicted of hate speech, expelled from ANC, song banned but President Zuma later sang same at ANC event, Genocide Watch describes lyrics as “incitement to commit genocide”; black militants invade farms as recently as Feb. 2017, employ unspeakably cruel methods (blowtorches, power tools, etc.) to torture, kill farm families, drive 30,000 rural whites out of South Africa; Boer Afrikaner Volksraad claims 40,000 members, views land expropriation without payment as “declaration of war,” group chair Andries Breytenbach: “We are ready to fight back. We need urgent mediation between us and the government. If this starts, it will turn into a racial war which we want to prevent”

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Meanwhile, long-forgotten by the North American shopping mall regime . . . the de facto genocide of the Afrikaners continues . . .  under the direction of black racist Marxists. Rhodesia/Zimbabwe under Comrade Mugabe was only the beginning of the extermination of southern Africa’s white population.