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  1. Trump Told Russia To Get Clinton's Emails. The Same Day, They Obeyed. Amanda Terkel,HuffPost• July 13, 2018 In the morning of July 27, 2016, Donald Trump encouraged Russian hackers to find emails that had been deleted from Hillary Clinton’s private server that she used while serving as secretary of state. “I will tell you this, Russia: If you’re listening, I hope you’re able to find the 30,000 emails that are missing,” Trump said at a press conference in Florida. “I think you will probably be rewarded mightily by our press.” Russia appeared to be listening and heeded Trump’s call, according to a bombshell revelation on Friday. A grand jury convened by special counsel Robert Mueller indicted 12 Russian intelligence officials for their involvement in hacking the Democratic National Committee during the 2016 election. The indictment states that on July 27 ? the same day as Trump’s press conference ? Russian hackers, “for the first time,” attempted to break into email accounts, including those used by Clinton’s personal office. Notably, the indictment specifies that the hack happened in the evening, meaning the Russian officials could have done it after Trump’s press conference. Around the same time, they also tried hacking the Clinton campaign ? although the hacking of the campaign began earlier, before Trump’s call.
  2. First Russia. Now the U.S. The G-7 won't trade with us anymore. Sure, we are allowed to buy their shit, but the rest of the G-7 won't buy anything from U.S.A. anymore. They don't play fair. We are supposed to subsist on a domestic service economy and remain dependent on their substandard manufactured goods, because the foreign international brotherhood labor unions will not allow us to manufacture anything in U.S.A. anymore. They took our guns away.
  3. Jeff Sessions is interviewed by Robert Mueller over the Russia Investigation. Yellow journalism. The news media are frightened. Jeff Sessions fired 46 attorneys general for cause. He is too personally involved in the Russia investigation to act as prosecuting attorney in those matters, so he recused himself. It is natural that he would be interviewed extensively by the special counsel appointed in his stead. I am not sure that Jeff Sessions did anything wrong, but he has too much work cleaning up what those 46 attorneys he fired did wrong. These attorneys need to maintain their independence and personal integrity, and their work needs to stand or fall on its own merits.
  4. The Russia investigation: Everything you need to know By Zachary Cohen, CNN Viktor Yanukovych is reviled in the Main-Stream Media for rejecting an agreement with the EU and pursuing closer ties with Russia. Neither Yanukovych nor his 2010 opponent Yulia Tymoshenko seem to have escaped unscathed by criminal charges for the discharge of their duties. The litigiously aggressive and politically motivated criminal charges are a characteristic modus operandi of Russian "thieves in law." The EU agreement for a country of Ukraine's economy, on the other hand, I'm sad to say, amounts to little more than a total submission to Germany's trifecta of industrialism, trade protectionism, and mercantilism, and I cannot really blame Yanukovych for rejecting it. There does not appear to be any clear path to victory for Ukraine or NATO or even the U.S. here. The Germans especially highly resent suggestions that they are not paying their full dues to NATO or willing to support Ukraine militarily under the terms of the treaty -- as they liken this to the reparations demanded of them after the First World War.
  5. In Russia, a conspiracy stretching over the neighbouring lands is not unique. My recommendations could be withdrawn from an Institute based in MInsk.
  6. this article is a real explanation of what happend exactly there
  7. Swedish towns told to 'make preparations regarding the threat of war and conflict' with Russia Swedish Towns Told to Prepare for War With Russia Urged to Move Operations Centers to Underground Bunkers --- Russia’s Ramping Up for War Where Nobody’s Looking The Nordic countries of Norway, Sweden and Finland fear greater likelihood of conflict with Putin.
  8. Funding Terrorism Is Treason GABBARD, SYRIA, QAEDA, GOVERNMENT, ISIS, SYRIAN, WAR, ASSAD, TULSI, OBAMA, FUNDING, US, TERRORIST, TRUMP, RUSSIA, REBELS, AMERICAN, FIGHTING, TERRORISTS, CONGRESSWOMAN, HAWAII, REBEL, WEAPONS, Name & shame the traitors who fund Al Qaeda. Name & shame the traitors who fund ISIS. ➽ YouTube video: US Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard has proposed a bill that makes it treason for Americans to provide material support for Al Qaeda and ISIS. ____________________________________________________________
  9. Is Russia preparing for war against the West?(Please excuse the URLs; I can't make normal links anymore for some reason.)LA Times: Great Read: Russia's military clubs for teens: Proud patriotism or echoes of fascism? Putin Just Warned Global War Is Increasingly More Likely: Here's Why Times: U.S. vs. Russia: What a war would look like between the world's most fearsome militaries Negative attitude of Russians to US policies hits new record high
  10. So I can't be the only one that sees the E.U., NATO, & U.S. waging a de facto war with Russia through Ukraine and Syria? So where is that in the news? 2 years ago the EU and the US tried to get the Ukraine to separate from the Russians and at that time, Putin was very clear that he would not allow this to happen, he was quoted as saying he would take whatever steps necessary to keep the Ukraine part of the trade allies with Russia. Fast forward to the present and the EU and US are applying tremendous pressure to the Ukraine government again and thus resulting in the current war with NATO advising the Ukraine government and the Russians slowly building their force of "rebels" and continuing the build up of weapons on the border. In response NATO and the US will have training exercises later this year next to the war zone. Now, it is a fact that the Ukraine is a major shipping hub for the Russians for oil export and importation of goods, and a they have a major sipping yard that was built by the Russians. Hell, the entire Ukraine infrastructure was built by the Russians during the Soviet empire after WWII. Now, little talked about in the news is the tremendous build up of weapons by the US and NATO across the entire western boarder of Russia. We are building and maintain hundreds of military bases across all of Europe. Planes, missile installations, lions and tigers and bears... oh my... Now to Syria. It is well known that the Assad Regime has been backed by the Russians for decades. The EU, and the US have now trained and armed thousands of men in coalitions in Syria to oust the Assad Regime and gotten half of its army to defect. Hundreds of separatists groups are now operating in the war in Syria. One side backed by the US and the other backed by Russia. Sounds familiar doesn't it? And as a side note, it was only 2008 that the same groups backed the Georgian government when they attacked the Russians and received a NATO membership action plan... the majority of the countries we invade get their weapons from Russia if not a majority of goods... This makes me wonder, 1) Why is the US, NATO, and the EU in the last 5-6 years (maybe longer) become so concerned with Russia? Is it just the fact that they still have the second largest army in the world? 2) Is this the new start of a cold war? 3) Where is the media coverage for this de facto war? 4) and why the hell does no one respond on this forum? I see tons of posts and very few responses... Just seeing if you are still reading...
  11. TheGAM

    War with Russia?

    Ucranium hurts then Crymeariver! That was just a simple wordplay action on Crimea and Ukraine. What you are about to read is what the larger media outlets won’t tell you. Why does the US actually care about a country of little to no significance to us? Maybe because people like Zbigniew Brzezinski ( from Warsaw Poland no less would love to see the remnants of the old Soviet Empire fall one by one (Progressively) to the European Union. Or the greater IMF the US is desperate to keep USD hegemony in place. Not for the same reasons that I hope you embrace though. You see it is the weapon of global destruction. The USD’s place in the world has brought both great prosperity and great poverty. A little history here on the petrodollar how about that? I bet you thought it was strong because of the American work ethic! Maybe our great education system! Don’t worry Common core will fix the education system. But I digress. I believe every war since the Bosnian conflict has been over IMF hegemony. We have been encircling Russia and China and their “buddies” for a long time. If we could only get them to surrender their nukes it would all be over! Let me tell you how this ends. One of two ways I hope. The other is thermonuclear war. #1.The whole world bows to the USD and then a new currency is born “levelling” the playing field. #2. The USD and European currencies collapse. A catastrophic depression and war follow close after that. You see someone will have to be blamed other than the Politicians and bankers. They can never be wrong.