from Neon Revolt:
We’re going to put some puzzle pieces together here, with the help of some #Anons… “During a standard weapons inventory at Minot Air Force Base in North Dakota on 16 May, a M-240 7.62 caliber weapon was discovered missing. The 5th Bomb Wing and 91st Missile Wing immediately began a search of their weapons …
A Russian Nightmare For Mueller – Special Counsel Trial Lawyer Woefully Unprepared To Actually Prosecute The Indicted ‘Russians’
by Susan Duclos, All News Pipeline:
Having failed to indict even one American with actual collusion with Russia in regards to the 2016 presidential election, with others charged on a variety of issues that had nothing to do with the original Special Counsel mandate of probing collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia to sway a presidential election, Team Mueller decided to indict 13 Russian individual and three Russian companies, in what many thought was an attempt to justify the millions in taxpayer money the special counsel has spent to date.
The reason many speculated that it was nothing more than “show” to indict 13 Russian companies and three Russian individuals is because, as legal experts highlighted at the time, none of the individual or entities were subject to U.S. law, or our court systems, so to Robert Mueller and his “dream team,” it was a slam dunk, indict them, slap the notches on the bedpost, so to speak, and call it a day…..until one of the Russian companies, Concord Management and Consulting, LLC, decide to hire two Washington based lawyers, and have team Mueller put up (try the case) or shut up (drop the charges.)
by John Vibes, The Free Thought Project:
Travelers who are deemed “offensive” could be the targets of even more harassment from the TSA if they are placed on the agency’s new secret watchlist.
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is forming a new watchlist specifically for people who give its agents a hard time during security screenings, and are deemed “unruly” passengers who act in ways that TSA agents find “offensive.”
The New York Times obtained a five-page directive recently published by the agency announcing the establishment of the watchlist or “95 list,” which is a new program that began in February.
by Derrick Broze, Activist Post:
Facebook has announced a new partnership with the Atlantic Council, a think tank with close ties to the Military Industrial Complex and Defense Department.
On Thursday Facebook announced a new partnership with the Atlantic Council, a think tank which officially claims to provide a forum for international political, business, and intellectual leaders. The social media giant said the partnership is aimed at preventing Facebook from “being abused during elections.” The press release promotes Facebook’s efforts to fight fake news by using artificial intelligence, as well as working with outside experts and governments.
by Mac Slavo, SHTF Plan:
Leakers have confirmed to the New York Times that the Federal Bureau of Investigation ran a spy operation against the Trump campaign. This covert spy operation involved government informants, secret subpoenas, and possible wiretaps.
“The F.B.I. obtained phone records and other documents using national security letters — a secret type of subpoena — officials said. And at least one government informant met several times with Mr. Page and Mr. Papadopoulos,” the Times reported, citing “current and former officials.”
by Jeff Berwick, The Dollar Vigilante:
I’ve been involved in bitcoin since 2011 when it was just $3. Many of my friends were in earlier in 2010. At the time, it actually felt like I was late to the party.
We all jumped on board as soon as we learned about cryptocurrency and what was happening, because we knew a censorship-free digital money held the potential to eradicate the tyrannical central-banking monetary system, as well as its crony capitalist monsters like Goldman Sachs.
But, now in 2018, a bunch of Wall Street deadbeats have finally seceded that crypto is unstoppable and are predictably pouncing on it to retain their ill-gotten gains.
by Martin Berger, New Eastern Outlook:
According to the data released by the UN Office on Drugs and Crime, some 30 million people across the world may be described as habitual drug users. These means that all of these people are not just addicted to drugs but they also need professional treatment. Due to the ever increasing volume of illegal drug trafficking, a total of 100,000 people die every year. Since 2011, Europe has witnessed a 30% increase in cocaine users, while the worldwide opium production increased by 33% last year in comparison with the previous one.
The continuous smuggling of drugs enriches terrorists and strengthens extremist groups that pose a real threat to the peace and security of the international community.
by John Vibes, The Free Thought Project:
Google employees are now quitting in protest of the company’s contract to develop a controversial drone program for the Pentagon.
Last month, The Free Thought Project reported that thousands of Google employees were speaking out about the company’s close relationship with the Pentagon, and their involvement in the business of war.
Initially, 3,100 Google employees signed a letter to Google CEO Sundar Pichai, demanding that the company cancel an ongoing contract with the Pentagon that supported a drone program called “Project Maven.” As expected, Google has not backed down, and at least a dozen of the employees who signed the letter are now resigning from the company in protest.