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Free Speech Rally featuring controversial alt-right speakers scheduled for Saturday | The Daily Californian
Sat, 15 Apr 2017 19:34
Members of the Berkeley community are preparing for a Free Speech Rally set to take place in Martin Luther King Jr. Civic Center Park on Saturday that will feature several divisive far-right speakers and has prompted a counter-demonstration supported by Berkeley Antifa.
The rally is organized by Rich Black, who was also behind the ''March 4 Trump'' rally that took place last month and erupted in violence, resulting in seven people being evaluated for injuries and at least 10 arrests. Berkeley Police Department is aware of both upcoming events and has scheduled to have additional officers in the area, according to BPD spokesperson Sgt. Andrew Frankel.
The Free Speech Rally is set to feature several controversial far-right speakers, including Brittany Pettibone, a contributor to AltRight.com, and Kyle Chapman, wh o rose to internet fame under the moniker ''Based Stick Man'' after he was arrested for allegedly hitting a violent counter-protester over the head with a stick at the ''March 4 Trump'' rally. Many attending the event, however, do not identify as members of the alt-right.
In light of the upcoming rally, the Ecology Center has canceled its Downtown Berkeley Farmers' Market for Saturday to ensure public safety, according to its Executive Director Martin Bourque.
''We are deeply saddened that political confrontations have escalated this far,'' Bourque said in the statement. ''In a peace-loving city with such a long nonviolent tradition, it is terrible that the only responsible course of action is to close market this Saturday. It is disturbing, as a lifelong resident of Berkeley, that this confrontation will take place in front of Berkeley's Peace Wall.''
In February, violent protests resulted in the cancellation of controversial conservative speaker Milo Yiannopoulos' scheduled appearance on campus and garnered national attention. Chris Tilton, a Sacramento resident planning to attend the Free Speech Rally, said his decision to demonstrate in Berkeley is influenced by the campus's response to the Yiannopoulos event.
''There have been lots of attempts to shut down or silence people,'' Tilton said. ''I'm a normal dude that happens to have a different opinion.''
Tilton '-- who also attended the march last month '-- said he does not expect the Free Speech Rally to become violent. He said the organizers for the event are better organized this time and have a clearer vision of nonviolence, though they cannot account for the violence they might face from counter-protesters.
The Defend the Bay! Bloc Party & Cookout counter-demonstration is scheduled to take place two hours before the Free Speech Rally in the same location and is billed as a potluck featuring music. The goal of the event, according to its Facebook page, is to shut down the Free Speech Rally before it begins.
Campus student and former Daily Californian columnist Neil Lawrence, w ho will attend the counter-demonstration, said in an email that he hopes to show through the event that alt-right elements are unwelcome in Berkeley.
''I'm exhausted from looking over my shoulder,'' Lawrence said in an email. ''They bill themselves as a ''free speech rally,'' but if the people organizing this event (and those aligned with them) cared about free speech, I wouldn't have received so many death threats for exercising my first amendment rights and expressing my opinions about Milo in the press.''
Jessica Lynn is the city news editor. Contact her at [email protected] and follow her on Twitter at @jessicailynn.
MK-Ultra: Alt-Right head threatens to release intel on the personal lives of GOP if Bannon is fired
Sat, 15 Apr 2017 20:26
Trump demanding ride in queen's gold carriage during Buckingham Palace visit: report
Russia expert: Putin has something on Trump and will use it on him now that he is no good to him
'Nobody's got to use the Internet': GOP's Sensenbrenner calls Internet optional as FCC readies to limit broadband
Lawyers for Trump fan who attacked black woman at Kentucky rally blame Trump for 'urging' him on
'Goodnight '' goodnight we're done': Don Lemon abruptly ends show after losing it with Jeffrey Lord
Gun advocates fear armed Trump supporters as they escalate threats of violence against progressives
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Robert W. Taylor, a pioneer of the modern computer, dies at 85
Easter Egg Roll presents massive challenge for the Trump White House - AOL
Fri, 14 Apr 2017 18:13
A recent New York Times report revealed that Donald Trump's White House seems to be struggling to plan the Easter Egg Roll.
The 138-year-old celebration has drawn 35,000 people to the South Lawn in recent years.
See also: Sean Spicer used to be the White House Easter Bunny
The first warning sign of egg-based strife came from a tweet. Wells Wood Turning, the company that traditionally supplies commemorative wooden eggs for the event, sent an urgent message to the president, Melania Trump and Ivanka Trump.
According to The New York Times, the staff was wondering if the Trumps planned to continue the tradition of distributing the eggs, or forego the celebration all together.
In March, the White House announced that there would indeed still be an Easter Egg Roll, and they put in a rush order for wooden eggs.
The egg scramble had people wondering -- would the many goings on of Trump's presidency -- The New York Times cites the Russian investigation, travel ban, off-site first lady and health care bill, for instance -- distract from this massive, elaborate public event?
"It's the single most high-profile event that takes place at the White House each year, and the White House and the first lady are judged on how well they put it on," Melinda Bates, who organized eight years of Easter Egg Rolls as director of the White House Visitors Office under President Bill Clinton, told The New York TImes. "I'm really concerned for the Trump people, because they have failed to fill some really vital posts, and this thing is all hands on deck."
President Barack Obama faced criticism himself for a White House party catastrophe. In 2009, a pair of aspiring celebrities crashed a state dinner, and it subsequently went viral.
The New York Times repeatedly requested information about the Easter Egg Roll, which is usually heavily promoted, but received no new details.
"Plans for the Easter Egg Roll are well underway, and the White House looks forward to hosting it," said Stephanie Grisham, Melania Trump's communications director. She said it is not accurate to assume that the event will be scaled back from pervious years, but did not give any specific information about the program.
According to The New York Times, it seems that the event will draw about 20,000 people -- nearly half as much as last year -- and be staffed by 200 volunteers, which is one-fifth of the normal number. The people who spoke to The Times did so anonymously, since they were not authorized to do so -- even a week before the event.
"Plans for the Easter Egg Roll are well underway, and the White House looks forward to hosting it," said Stephanie Grisham, Mrs. Trump's communications director, installed only a few weeks ago.
Costumed characters didn't know for sure that the event was happening until they were contacted late last month.
"We just got word about this year's Egg Roll and are working on planning," Jennifer Rankin Byrne, the senior director of media relations for PBS, said on March 20.
Members of Congress have reportedly not heard from the White House about whether they will be given tickets to distribute to their constituents.
The confusion regarding the events is likely linked to the fact that the East Wing staff is in charge of the Easter Egg Roll.
That responsibility would fall upon Melania Trump, but she lives in New York and has had a limited presence in the White House since President Trump was sworn in.
She has not yet named a director for the Visitors Office, who is usually a "central player" in the event, according to The New York Times.
"You don't understand what a beast this thing is to plan until you go and plan your first one," Ellie Schafer, who organized Easter Egg Rolls for the Obamas as the director of the White House Visitors Office from 2009 to 2016, told The New York Times. "Every administration tries to put its own stamp on it, but the stakes are high because it's such a Washington tradition, and people just love it and have very strong feelings about it."
She said that if you can organize a White House Easter Egg Roll, you can do anything.
[H/T The New York Times]
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White House to keep visitor logs secret - BBC News
Fri, 14 Apr 2017 20:39
Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Mr Trump breaks with the Obama administration's policy of disclosing names of most visitors President Donald Trump will not release logs of those who visit the White House, reversing his predecessor's voluntary disclosure policy.
The White House cited "grave national security risks and privacy concerns" as the reason for its decision.
Former President Barack Obama voluntarily disclosed more than 6 million records during his presidency.
Critics say the logs allow for monitoring of individuals or groups who may be trying to influence policy.
White House Communications Director Michael Dubke said the administration is following a 2013 federal court ruling that found most of the logs are considered presidential records and are not subject to the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA).
He argued Mr Trump has taken steps to improve ethics such as imposing new restrictions on lobbying and opening to the White House news briefing room to outlets that previously did not have access.
Senior White House officials also contend Mr Trump's new policy mirrors what previous administrations have done before Mr Obama.
The Obama administration began releasing visitor records in September 2009 in response to legal challenges.
The policy had some exceptions, which included private visits to the Obama family and those in attendance for "sensitive meetings", such as potential Supreme Court nominees.
But the records were not made available immediately and sometimes took months before they appeared online.
White House lawyers also redacted names for national security concerns and other reasons before the logs were made public.
In 2012, Mr Trump criticised Mr Obama for concealing names.
Image copyright Twitter Under the new directive, records of those entering the White House complex will be kept confidential until at least five years after Mr Trump leaves office.
But White House agencies such as the Office of Management and Budget and the US Trade Representative may be subject to Freedom Of Information Requests.
Earlier this week, a coalition of watchdog groups filed a lawsuit against the Trump administration with the aim of publishing the visitor records.
The Obama administration published the logs on a White House-maintained web page. Since Mr Trump took office, the page has been shuttered.
Image copyright Getty Images Image caption No records documenting any White House visits will be released on a routine basis while he is in office. White House officials said on Friday they would no longer maintain the web page and said it would save taxpayers $70,000 (£55,867) by 2020.
Democratic lawmakers have also proposed legislation that would require the Trump administration to disclose the names of visitors at other places where he conducts business, including his Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida.
Mr Trump has been widely criticised for his lack of transparency. He has repeatedly refused to release his tax returns, breaking with decades of precedent.
Thousands of protesters are expected to march on Saturday in cities across the US calling on Mr Trump to release his personal tax returns.
Danger: Federal Tax Revenue Growth Falls to 80-Month Low.
Fri, 14 Apr 2017 21:42
A new report from the US Treasury Department shows that growth in federal receipts has fallen to the lowest level seen in 80 months, with the 12-month average falling 1.3 percent from March 2016 to March 2017.
The last time federal receipts fell as far was during July of 2010 when they dropped 2.4 percent from July of the previous year. More importantly, the last time receipts fell this much, while in a downward trend, was in July 2008 shortly before the financial crisis.
March 2017 was the fourth month in a row during which federal receipts were down year over year, while growth rates overall have been falling quickly since mid-2015.
If we remove the rolling averages and simply look at straight year-over-year growth, we find that growth rates have been bumping along near zero percent for the past year. By this measure, the overall trend has been downward since mid-2013.
This isn't to say that the federal government is hurting for revenues, of course. Through mid-2015, the feds were pulling in record receipts, and only over the past year have receipts begun to flatten out. Nevertheless, they remain above pre-recession levels.
So why is this trend important? Going back decades, we find when receipts turn from positive to negative, the US is either about to slip into recession or is already in recession.
Declining federal revenues should be a warning sign that all is not well in the economy. The habit of measuring economic well-being in terms of the Dow Jones or home prices '-- as the Trump administration likes to do '-- tells us little since rising home prices and stock prices are more indicators of price inflation in the current economy. And, of course, rising home prices largely just indicate that the cost of living is going up.
It's more likely that the lackluster tax data '-- lackluster from the government's perspective '-- illustrates that households and workers aren't doing nearly as well as we're being told they are. Janet Yellen, after all, tells us that the economy is doing just swell, and this will allow for increases in the Fed's target rate.
But don't worry too much about the feds. Even if revenues fall, they'll be fine because they'll be able to make up for it by inflating the money supply and through deficit spending. Your household revenues '-- and thus the tax receipts you produce '-- may be going down, but the feds will simply go deeper into debt and ignore the problem.
Moreover, if we dig deeper into recent receipt data, we find that through the end of 2016, corporate tax revenues fell a whopping 11 percent, which was the largest drop since 2009 '-- in the midst of recession. Indeed, it appears that much of the recent decline in receipts is due to falling corporate revenue.
Looking at personal income taxes through 2016, we find that growth in receipts is at the lowest level seen since 2003, in the wake of recession. The quarterly data doesn't look any better.
While we have plenty of measures of how people "feel" about the economy, tax receipts remain one of the more objective measures of earnings. After all, in spite of what some cranks may say, paying federal taxes is mandatory under pain of legal sanctions, and thus provides us with a reliable glimpse into how much revenue people are earning. For most people, when they earn more, they pay more in taxes.
Last year, a look at total tax returns and personal income taxes paid revealed that wages and salaries went nowhere between 2007 and 2014 (the most recent year available).
On the other hand, those who already own lots of inflationary assets '-- such as stocks, real estate, and fine art '-- are doing fine. Many others '-- many who pay the taxes '-- appear to be doing less well.
Professor Who First Predicted Trump's Victory Just Predicted His Impeachment As Well
Fri, 14 Apr 2017 21:53
After his stunning defeat of Hillary Clinton in November, President-elect Trump took the time out of his transition planning to write a letter to American University Professor, Allan Lichtman, congratulating him for being the first to predict the outcome of the election even when polls declared Hillary a 'yuge' favorite: "Professor - Congrats - good call."
That said, Trump may not be so enthusiastic about Lichtman's next big prediction which he spells out in a new, soon-to-be-released book entitled "The Case for Impeachment." Within the new book, Lichtman, who is not a Trump fan despite his prediction, ''explains how Trump threatens the institutions and traditions that have made America safe and free for 230 years."
Unfortunately, unlike his novel approach to predicting presidential elections, Lichtman's "Case for Impeachment" seems to be a disappointing regurgitation of tired mainstream media narratives including treason with Russia (an argument Trump has pretty much rendered obsolete over the past week or so) and emoluments violations. Per Politico:
Lichtman's list of possible offenses that could get Trump to that point are familiar: charges of treason with Russia, abuse of power and emoluments violations. Lichtman also cites now-Attorney General Jeff Sessions, then a senator, who argued that a president could be impeached for offenses committed before he took office. Among those potential offenses, Lichtman lists Trump's housing violations, charity problems, potential violations of the Cuba embargo and Trump University.
Imagine, Lichtman writes, if Trump gets Congress to lift sanctions against Russia by lying about some promise made by Vladimir Putin, or shakes the economy by lying about Bureau of Labor Statistics employment numbers.
It's all part of a brief '-- designed to be damning '-- tour through Trump's history. It includes section headings like ''Trump Towers Become Vacant Lots'' and ''Lying His Way to the Presidency.'' It eventually leads Lichtman to the conclusion that Trump might serve himself up for impeachment: ''Trump's disregard for lying in sworn testimony, examined in the context of the Bill Clinton precedent, shows how Trump's opponents could set an impeachment trap for him through a civil lawsuit.''
Of course, Hillary and Obama were not guilty of any of the alleged offenses listed above...certainly Hillary couldn't be accused of having "charity problems."
Fortunately for the Trump admin, Lichtman has some suggestions on how to avoid impeachment as well, namely pursue a liberal agenda.
Lichtman's advice to Trump to avoid his prediction is a checklist that includes divesting, supporting the Paris Climate accord, using a fact-checker and treating women with respect. He also dares Trump to ''add a shrink to the White House physicians.''
''Opponents will challenge your decision-making abilities and claim that they were right all along about your temperamental unfitness for the presidency, yet you have survived and thrived by defying the conventional political wisdom. Why not do it again?''
For those who missed it, below is our note on Lichtman's original Trump prediction.
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American University Professor, Allan Lichtman, has accurately predicted every U.S. presidential election since 1984 and now he's calling 2016 for Trump. Lichtman uses a system he calls the "Keys to the White House" which he developed after studying every election cycle from 1860 through 1980.
Lichtman's "Keys to the White House" are the following 13 true/false questions, where an answer of "true" always favors the re-election of the incumbent party, in this case, Hillary. If, however, the answer to six or more of the 13 keys is "false" then the incumbent loses.
Here is how Lichtman answered his "13 Keys to the White House":
1. Party Mandate: After the midterm elections, the incumbent party holds more seats in the U.S. House of Representatives than after the previous midterm elections.
Lichtman Answer: False - "They got crushed."
2. Contest: There is no serious contest for the incumbent party nomination.
Lichtman Answer: True
3. Incumbency: The incumbent party candidate is the sitting president.
Lichtman Answer: False
4. Third party: There is no significant third party or independent campaign.
Lichtman Answer: False - "In his highest polling, Gary Johnson is at about 12 to 14 percent. My rule is that you cut it in half. That would mean that he gets six to seven."
5. Short-term economy: The economy is not in recession during the election campaign.
Lichtman Answer: True
6. Long-term economy: Real per capita economic growth during the term equals or exceeds mean growth during the previous two terms.
Lichtman Answer: True
7. Policy change: The incumbent administration effects major changes in national policy.
Lichtman Answer: False - "No major policy change in Obama's second term like the Affordable Care Act."
8. Social unrest: There is no sustained social unrest during the term.
Lichtman Answer: True
9. Scandal: The incumbent administration is untainted by major scandal.
Lichtman Answer: True
10. Foreign/military failure: The incumbent administration suffers no major failure in foreign or military affairs.
Lichtman Answer: True
11. Foreign/military success: The incumbent administration achieves a major success in foreign or military affairs.
Lichtman Answer: False - "No major smashing foreign policy success."
12. Incumbent charisma: The incumbent party candidate is charismatic or a national hero.
Lichtman Answer: False - "Hillary Clinton is not a Franklin Roosevelt."
13. Challenger charisma: The challenging party candidate is not charismatic or a national hero.
Lichtman Answer: True
We would probably be more likely to argue that the answer to almost every one of those questions is "False" but we'll take Lichtman's word for it.
But, while Lichtman predicted a Trump victory, he did hedge the prediction by pointing out that Trump is unlike any candidate this country has seen since 1860.
"Donald Trump has made this the most difficult election to assess since 1984. We have never before seen a candidate like Donald Trump, and Donald Trump may well break patterns of history that have held since 1860."
Here is his full interview with The Washington Post:
Trump demands gold'‘plated welcome | News | The Times & The Sunday Times
Sat, 15 Apr 2017 20:20
President insists on a carriage journey down The Mall to Buckingham Palace
Francis Elliott, Political Editor | Fiona Hamilton, Crime & Security Editor
Donald Trump waving from the Queen's royal carriage is not a scenario many would have foreseen a year ago, but it has become a very real prospect, forcing security services to plan an unprecedented lockdown.
The White House has made clear it regards the carriage procession down the Mall as an essential element of the itinerary for the visit currently planned for the second week of October, according to officials.
Security sources have warned, however, that the procession will require a ''monster'' security operation, far greater than for any recent state visit.
President Obama arrived at Buckingham Palace in an armoured motorcade during his 2011 visitLewis Whyld/Press Association Barack Obama chose to spare his hosts the task of securing the journey from Horse Guards Parade to Buckingham Palace when he was welcomed by the Queen in 2011. In a slight change'...
March for Science
Sun, 16 Apr 2017 13:05
The March for Science is the first step of a global movement to defend the vital role science plays in our health, safety, economies, and governments.
Science, scientists, and evidence-based policymaking are under attack. Budget cuts, censorship of researchers, disappearing datasets, and threats to dismantle government agencies harm us all, putting our health, food, air, water, climate, and jobs at risk. It is time for people who support science to take a public stand and be counted.
What
The March for Science is the first step of a global movement to defend the vital role science plays in our health, safety, economies, and governments.
We are building a broad, nonpartisan, and diversecoalition of organizations and individuals who stand up for science. We are advocating for evidence-based policymaking, science education, research funding, and inclusive and accessible science. All with your support!*
Who
People who value science. Science advocates, science educators, scientists, and concerned citizens. More than 170 partner organizations and counting. And you!
Where
The National Mall in Washington, DC and 425+ satellite marches around the world. For DC, event details here, and info on buses here.
When
April 22nd, 2017. But that's only the beginning'...
*All proceeds will go to funding the March for Science. Any additional support will be used to promote science outreach and education.
Note: Our official merchandise is sold at store.marchforscience.com from bonfire.com and at marchforscienceshop.com. There are several ads on Facebook for identical clothing sold at sunfrog, teechip, teespring '-- these stores are not associated with us and the sellers do not send the money raised to the March for Science.
When A Bully is President - Reflection Press
Sun, 16 Apr 2017 14:10
Self-Care for Kids! This is not your usual kid's book! This book is a call to BE, to step forward and LOVE yourself, LOVE your community, know your history and your powerful place in it and strengthen your own creative power! This book is a tool to use. I created it because I know you are an important part of our world and your strength matters.
Bullying is real, but we can change the story by changing the focus. Begin with yourself. Begin the journey of art activist. You are the artist. You are the storyteller. Change yourself. Change the world!
Watch the Video:(listen to Maya as she reads the book in English and shares some final and in-process art)
Playful ink and watercolor illustrations support a powerful journey that touches on bullying in the founding history of the US, how that history may still be impacting kids and families today, and ways to use creativity and self-respect in the face of negative messages for all marginalized communities. The first part of the book briefly acknowledges the United States' past and present and shows some basic forms of activism that kids engage in. The next part talks about walking away from a bully or de-escalation and focusing on how to take care of yourself and community. Finally practical ways creativity and portraiture can be used to support self-respect and spread respect in community are explored. Communities reflected include Native Americans, African Americans, Mexican Americans, Chicanx, LGBTQ Americans, disabled Americans, Americans who identify as women and girls, Muslim and Sikh Americans and Asian Americans. The back includes related resources and referrals.
Award-winning children's book artist and author Maya Gonzalez draws from 20 years working with kids using her Claiming Face curriculum, to provide a place for kids to land during difficult times and counteract the impact of oppression with truth, expression and personal creative power.
As stories surface near and far about increased harassment in the schools and on the streets, we know how important it is for our kids to see us center and value our lives and communities. This book is an opportunity to talk more about what's going on, how it fits into the history of bullying in the US and what we can do about it, while providing a structure to use our creative power to stay strong and focused on ourselves.Join us in developing/continuing traditions that teach our kids expressive, creative skills and self esteem to continue negotiating life in the US. When a Bully is President: Truth and Creativity for Oppressive Times supports our families and communities in becoming stronger by investing in our own identity, creative power and self love.
View the Reader's Guide and other resources for When a Bully is Presidenthere.
F-Russia
Obama flew to England to campaign but Guardian blames Putin for interfering in Brexit '-- RT Op-Edge
Fri, 14 Apr 2017 05:47
Bryan MacDonald is an Irish journalist, who is based in Russia
It was the fourth week of April, last year. The Brexit referendum was only two months away, and the campaign was heating up. However, the most recent opinion polls showed 'remain' was on course for a resounding victory.
The ORB company predicted an eight-point margin (51% vs. 43%) and ComRes indicated an eleven percent lead (51% vs 40%).
Doubtlessly confident of success, David Cameron welcomed Barack Obama to England for a three-day visit. The American president saw the European Union as a useful US ally, and his arrival amounted to a campaign event in favor of the United Kingdom's continued membership. It was a very public and unprecedented intervention. And, at a time when Eurocrats themselves were trying to keep some distance, it involved an external leader with no obvious direct stake in the outcome.
Nevertheless, Washington had selfish interests in continued British influence in Brussels. Because, since 1973, the UK had consistently acted as America's voice at the European table. Indeed, it was for that very reason Charles DeGaulle strained to keep London out of the club in his working lifetime. As the legendary French statesman always insisted that Britain would act as a 'Trojan horse' for American interests.
Poodle PeriodAnd this fear was vindicated around the turn of the century when Downing Street pushed for rapid expansion into Eastern Europe to lock former Warsaw Pact states in the 'Western' club. A project enthusiastically supported by Washington, which increasingly perceived the EU as an adjunct to its NATO military alliance, but less warmly embraced by Germany, Italy, and France. Ironically, the massive migration unleashed by the extension would ultimately become one of the main catalysts for Britain's exit. If not the principal one.
Never short of confidence, Obama strutted into London wielding more stick than carrot. During a joint news conference with Cameron, he sternly told assembled journalists how Britain would 'go to the back of the queue' if it left the European Union and then tried to negotiate its own trade deal with the United States. Liberal UK media seized on this as part of their attempts to scare voters into backing 'remain.'
On the contrary, Obama's arrival was met with derision by the anti-EU media. Thus, surely aware of this, the president justified his interference by invoking the spirit of the Second World War. He claimed the sacrifice of GIs meant America had a share in Europe's future direction and stability. The BBC and the Guardian enthusiastically embraced Obama's message.
Which makes it all the more bizarre when this week we see the latter not only alleging how Vladimir Putin meddled in Brexit, for which there is no actual evidence, but splashing it across their 'morning briefing.' Because if American suffering gives them a ''stake'' in Europe, by that logic, they may as well deliver the keys to the entire continent to Moscow, or perhaps even Minsk.
Who Deserves It?Because whereas around 175,000 US soldiers died battling the Nazis in the conflict, Russia lost in the region of 14 million people. Meanwhile, 25 percent (2.3 million) of Belarus' entire population was wiped out. Incidentally, its leader, Alexander Lukashenko, seems troubled by the British withdrawal. ''The European Union is a strong pillar of support for the planet and, if it disappears, there will be trouble. That is why I do not appreciate your Brexit and nationalistic movements,'' he told Didier Reynders, the Belgian deputy prime minister, in comments not widely circulated by Fleet Street.
As for Putin, he maintained silence during the campaign before subsequently making comments which were far from enthusiastic. ''It is clear that this referendum's traumatic effect will make itself felt for a long time yet. We will see how they all put democratic principles into practice,'' he observed. Putin also expressed hopes of establishing a ''common economic and humanitarian space'' in co-operation with a post-Brexit EU.
Yet, the Guardian just can't let go of its ridiculous mantra, which boils down to Russia being ultimately responsible for everything that shakes its world view. From Trump's US election triumph to the rise of Marine Le Pen and Germany's AfD movement, they see the Kremlin's nefarious hand behind every threat to the 'liberal order' the newspaper promotes. No matter how ridiculous or implausible the conjecture.
The fact is Britain's best-selling tabloid, The Sun; it's leading mid-market newspaper, The Daily Mail and the most popular broadsheet, The Daily Telegraph, all supported Brexit. As did a host of celebrities, captains of industry and politicians. They included household names like Michael Caine, John Cleese, Joan Collins, Theo Paphitis, James Dyson, Bernie Ecclestone and even ex-footballers David James and Sol Campbell. Furthermore, to top it all, The Sun revealed how the head of state was behind the campaign with its remarkable ''Queen Backs Brexit'' front-page.
And don't forget how the margin of victory was decisive - 17.4 million for ''leave'' and only 16.1 million opting to 'remain.'' That's a difference of 1.3 million voters.
Putin, Putin, Putin, PutinBut the Guardian continues to bang the Putin drum. This time jumping on a report from the Commons public administration and constitutional affairs committee to exaggerate the narrative. Speaking of ''foreign interference in last year's Brexit vote,'' it tells us ''the committee does not identify who may have been responsible, but has noted that both Russia and China use an approach to cyber-attacks.''
And the key argument is how external actors may have organized the collapse of a voter registration website which resulted in ''concerns that tens of thousands of people could have been disenfranchised.'' Now, given leave, as noted above, won by a margin of 1.3 million, the newspaper is clutching at straws.
It's also worth observing how despite the equal billing given to China by parliamentarians, the Guardian's headline only focuses on Putin personally. Which should remind everyone of last year when they illustrated the ''Panama Papers'' revelations with the Russian President's image, despite him not even being referenced in the leak. As it happened, David Cameron was. And Ukraine's Petro Poroshenko.
At present, it seems Putin is the Guardian's villain for all seasons. Which is not only depressingly sophomoric, it's also pathetic, dismal and negligent. Not to mention how there are surely ethical implications. Particularly for a newspaper which erroneously presents itself as impartial, equitable and balanced.
The statements, views and opinions expressed in this column are solely those of the author and do not necessarily represent those of RT.
Syria
Lame Cherry: Now We Must Hate The First Lady of Syria
Fri, 14 Apr 2017 18:06
As another Lame Cherry exclusive in matter anti matter.
Apparently there will be no pussy grabbin' of Asma Assad, as the word is out in the Trump media, that we must now hate the First Lady of Syria, for her crimes of smiling, hashtag #Love and #Children, and her great crime of caring about Syrian children being murdered by John McCain and Barack Obama-created ISIS.
The Instagram account of Bashar Assad's wife is adorned with tender snapshots: AsmaAssad reading to Syrian children; holding an infant inside a maternity ...I mean after Col. Khadaffi was anal raped and shot in the head in American policy, President Mubarak was put in a cage in American policy, why does not the First Lady of Syria simply trust the West to not hang her husband, herself and her children, because America through Rupert Murdoch would never stoop to smearing a woman her Syrian People cherish, and ..........well the rest of media did too in 2011, as the Desert Rose, and all of this evil of President Assad in her husband only started when he stopped using the Dollar as his exchange currency.
President Bashar al-Assad's wife Asma refused offers of protection and financial security in exchange for fleeing Syria.You do remember a few months ago the fake news was saying that President Assad was about dead from being sick..........well he sort of got better or all of this fake news is fake news like chemical weapon's attacks.
The thing is the CIA media is just locked in hatred for this woman now for some reason, which probably is Ivanka related as it makes absolutely no sense. For instance, she was asked about this photo:
''This is a forged picture and not a real one,'' ''We have real pictures of children being harmed, but this one specifically is a forged one.''
President Bashir Assad
The first Lady knew nothing of the details, but said she was concerned about all the injured and murdered children in Syria. President Assad later in an interview with intelligence over this Aleppo photo, stated it was a forgery.
Whatever the photo is, there is no outcry from the media about the person who posed this kid in a chair, and took a photograph of him, rather than giving the child a hug and protecting them. So who is the bigger beast, the media not protecting a child who is there, or Asma Assad who is imprisoned and hostage in her own country, because the Americans tried to do the above to her children, and herself when they went after President Assad in trying to assassinate him.
Oh you did not know that the United States backed an assassination attempt on Bashir Assad as he attended his Mother's funeral. Yes it was right out of Kim Jong Un's artillery as the American backed assassins fired high explosive shells at the President during his funeral.
International media outlets have reported that an assassination attempt on Syrian President Bashar al-Assad occurred on Tuesday evening whilst he attended his mothers ... yournewswire.com /assassination-attempt-on-syrian-president.. This is not the first time this kind of unAmerican actions have taken place against the leader of Syria. It is though the kind of disgusting thing that America and her chosen terrorists have been behind. You see without proof the Trump group condemns Russia as having known about chemical weapons, which Obama removed entirely from Syria, but America engaged in stooping to blowing up a son at his Mum's funeral is just something everyone should be proud of.
Asma Assad, is an innocent. This is HER SYRIA. She is the First Lady because Syrians installed her husband into power to protect them from the terrorists, who were created to bring down Syria. Now though the media is in a frenzy for more blood. So what comes next? Ivanka Trump ordering up an MOAB bomb as Asma Assad attends her child's birthday party, because what every birthday cake needs is an American bomb on top.
But Americans now with such horrid existences are enjoined to all of this hatred to afflict on others to transfer their hatred, as Sarah Palin is no longer around, so create some more fake news about chemical weapons to be able to watch reality television of Asma Assad gang raped like Chris Stevens and her brains blown out like Khadaffi, as that is all going to make a difference in Donald Trump failing to keep his promise in getting rid of Obama rationed death.
Because we know we can trust the CIA and the media as there is no history of them lying about anything, including Syria.
"PresidentAssad is in excellent health." Syria claims changing political situation accounts for false claims of Assad's near death in an assassination att silverdoctors.com /headlines/world-news/assad-stroke-after-a The facts that matter to me are HW Bush kept Bashir Assad around when he was guilty and now that President Assad's Syria was the one place in the Mideast where Christians were safe and had rights, including surpassing the Israeli state, I know once I am lied to by the Americans on a subject, I never believe them again.
That is why when I see the Kushner media ring begin demonizing the First Lady of Syria in the most ludicrous of smears, I know I was by God's leading on the right path from the start of this, because when it degrades to beating up innocent women to get a political victory, whether it was Barack Obama on Hillary Clinton, Karl Rove on Sarah Palin or Hillary Clinton on Melania Trump, that is a bestial nature which I am not going to be associated with.
I wonder where the limits are for Americans when their White House in President Trump pushes FOX stories like this, if something in them stirs to say ENOUGH, or are they such depraved pariahs now that all they think is they want to masturbate over the necro rape of this woman laying in the streets.
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Getting ready: Pentagon to protect electric grid from massive attack | Washington Examiner
Fri, 14 Apr 2017 18:13
Amid warnings that North Korea and Iran have plans to take out parts of the U.S. electric grid through a cyber attack or atmospheric nuclear blast, the Pentagon is taking steps to both protect the nation's communications and power lifeline.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has charged BAE Systems to map a system that can detect a cyber attack and gin up an alternative communications network for military and civilian use if the grid is fried, according to Defense Systems, the online newsletter.
Former CIA Director James Woolsey has been warning for years that the grid is extremely vulnerable, and recently the Pentagon and some states have taken the warning seriously. Woolsey and former EMP Commission chief of staff Peter Vincent Pry have pointed a finger at North Korea, which is now threatening the U.S.
DARPA's focus is on thwarting a cyber attack, but Pry and Woolsey have also warned that North Korea or Iran could attack the grid with an atmospheric nuclear explosion over the East Coast that will disable the grid and that could end up leading to the death of 90 percent of those in the East.
The DARPA plan presented in Defense Systems has several elements react to attack.
First, it would include ways to sense an imminent attack that would trigger protections. And if damaged, it would have an alternative way for communications killed in the attack to continue in a backup system '-- key for the military and presumably the financial system.
It won't be ready until 2020.
In a statement, DARPA said it is "interested, specifically, in early warning of impending attacks, situation awareness, network isolation and threat characterization in response to a widespread and persistent cyber-attack on the power grid and its dependent systems. Potentially relevant technologies include anomaly detection, planning and automated reasoning, mapping of conventional and industrial control systems networks, ad hoc network formation, analysis of industrial control systems protocols, and rapid forensic characterization of cyber threats in industrial control system devices."
The program is dubbed Rapid Attack Detection, Isolation and Characterization Systems. Defense Systems talked with a BAE official who said, "The purpose for this program is to provide a technology that quickly isolates both the enterprise IP network and the power infrastructure networks to disrupt malicious cyberattacks."
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US successfully tests new nuclear gravity bomb '-- RT America
Fri, 14 Apr 2017 18:43
Published time: 14 Apr, 2017 18:08Edited time: 14 Apr, 2017 18:11
As the world's attention was on the first combat use of the conventional ''Mother Of All Bombs,'' the US National Nuclear Security Administration announced the successful field test of the modernized gravity nuclear bomb in Nevada.
The NNSA and the US Air Force completed the first qualification flight test of the B61-12 gravity nuclear bomb on March 14 at the Tonopah Test Range in Nevada, the agency announced on Thursday.
The test was intended to evaluate the weapon's ''non-nuclear functions'' and the capability of the F-16 fighter to successfully deploy the bomb. An F-16 fighter from Nellis Air Force Base dropped the ''non-nuclear test assembly,'' the NNSA said in a statement.
''The successful test provides critical qualification data to validate that the baseline design meets military requirements,'' said Brigadier General Michael Lutton, NNSA's principal assistant deputy administrator for military application. The NNSA is part of the Department of Energy, which is charged with managing US nuclear weapons.
The B61-12 is a modernized version of the B61 gravity bomb, the mainstay of the Air Force's nuclear arsenal and one of the legs of the so-called nuclear triad, along with the intercontinental ballistic missiles deployed from either ground-based silos or oceangoing submarines.
President Donald Trump has endorsed an ambitious '' and expensive '' plan to modernize the US nuclear triad, begun under his predecessor. The B61-12 is intended to consolidate and replace all the B61 variants currently in service.
Three successful development flight tests of the B61-12 were conducted in 2015. The March test was the first in a series scheduled to span the next three years, with the final design review due in September 2018 and the first production unit scheduled for completion by March 2020.
On Thursday, the US attracted the world's attention by dropping a GBU-43/B Massive Ordnance Air Blast Bomb (MOAB), also known as "Mother Of All Bombs," on Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) positions in eastern Afghanistan's Nangarhar province. It was the first combat use of the weapon, the largest conventional bomb in the US arsenal.
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Mother of All Bombs Hit CIA-Built Tunnels: Wikileaks
Sat, 15 Apr 2017 13:41
The world's biggest conventional bomb destroyed what the CIA helped to build during the Cold War
The tunnels used in Afghanistan by the Islamic State group that were blown up on Thursday by the world's most powerful non-nuclear bomb were built by the CIA, according to whistleblowing organization WikiLeaks.
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WikiLeaks tweeted out a screenshot and a link from a 2005 article from The New York Times which explained how the intricate tunnel networks of the Tora Bora in Northern Afghanistan were used by former al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden.
''Those tunnels the U.S. is bombing in Afghanistan? They were built by the CIA,'' WikiLeaks tweeted with the screenshot.
The article, written by Mary Anne Weaver, detailed how the Tora Bora tunnel networks dated back to the Cold War battle between the Soviet Union and Afghan mujahedeen fighters, whom bin Laden was previously a part of.
During the 1980s, the CIA sent huge amounts of military aid and training to Afghan forces pitted against the Soviet military in an attempt to halt the spread of Soviet power in the region. Part of this CIA support for the mujahedeen included building tunnel complexes complete with bunkers and base camps that were built deep into the Tora Bora mountains of Eastern Afghanistan.
The tunnel networks had later been used by the Taliban and in 2001 as part of the war in Afghanistan, U.S. forces targeted the complex with the belief that bin Laden and al-Qaida troops were hiding deep within the tunnels.
Now the U.S. believes that the Tora Bora caves were being used by other Islamic militant groups, most notably the Islamic State group, and was used as justification for Thursday's drop of the ''mother of all bombs'' on the Achin district of the Nangarhar province.
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''The United States takes the fight against ISIS very seriously and in order to defeat the group we must deny them operational space, which we did,'' White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer told the media after the attack.
The bomb which was used for the first time in battle, ''targeted a system of tunnels and cave that ISIS fighters use to move around freely," Spicer continued.
U.S. forces in Afghanistan claim that in dropping the US$16 million bomb, they took ''every precaution to avoid civilian casualties.'' On Thursday evening, the Afghan Defense Ministry said that 36 Islamic State group militants were killed in the attack and that there were no civilian casualties.
The huge blast from the 21,600-pound GPS-guided bomb was likely to be felt by at least 95,000 people and locals recounted a deafening blast and earthquake-like tremors. Other reports citing locals said that the area was no long under the control of Islamic State group militants.
In other tweets, WikiLeaks noted that amid the hype of the MOAB being dropped, in 2016 the Obama administration on average per day dropped more bombs than the weight of a MOAB.
$1 Trillion Trove of Rare Minerals Revealed Under Afghanistan
Sat, 15 Apr 2017 20:25
Rare Earths, clockwise from top center: praseodymium, cerium, lanthanum, neodymium, samarium and gadolinium.
Despite being one of the poorest nations in the world, Afghanistan may be sitting on one of the richest troves of minerals in the world, valued at nearly $1 trillion, according to U.S. scientists.
Afghanistan, a country nearly the size of Texas, is loaded with minerals deposited by the violent collision of the Indian subcontinent with Asia. The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) began inspecting what mineral resources Afghanistan had after U.S.-led forces drove the Taliban from power in the country in 2004. As it turns out, the Afghanistan Geological Survey staff had kept Soviet geological maps and reports up to 50 years old or more that hinted at a geological gold mine.
In 2006, U.S. researchers flew airborne missions to conduct magnetic, gravity and hyperspectral surveys over Afghanistan. The magnetic surveys probed for iron-bearing minerals up to 6 miles (10 kilometers) below the surface, while the gravity surveys tried to identify sediment-filled basins potentially rich in oil and gas. The hyperspectral survey looked at the spectrum of light reflected off rocks to identify the light signatures unique to each mineral. More than 70 percent of the country was mapped in just two months. [Facts About Rare Earth Minerals (Infographic)]
The surveys verified all the major Soviet finds. Afghanistan may hold 60 million tons of copper, 2.2 billion tons of iron ore, 1.4 million tons of rare earth elements such as lanthanum, cerium and neodymium, and lodes of aluminum, gold, silver, zinc, mercury and lithium. For instance, the Khanneshin carbonatite deposit in Afghanistan's Helmand province is valued at $89 billion, full as it is with rare earth elements.
"Afghanistan is a country that is very, very rich in mineral resources," Jack Medlin, a geologist and program manager of the U.S. Geological Survey's Afghanistan project, told Live Science. "We've identified the potential for at least 24 world-class mineral deposits." The scientists' work was detailed in the Aug. 15 issue of the journal Science.
Afghanistan treasure maps
In 2010, the USGS data attracted the attention of the U.S. Department of Defense's Task Force for Business and Stability Operations (TFBSO), which is entrusted with rebuilding Afghanistan. The task force valued Afghanistan's mineral resources at $908 billion, while the Afghan government's estimate is $3 trillion. [Gold Quiz: How Much Do You Know About Gold Mining?]
Over the past four years, USGS and TFBSO have embarked on dozens of excursions in the war zone to collect and analyze mineral samples to confirm the aerial findings.
"Performing an assessment of mineral resources in Afghanistan is not like going out in the United States and doing normal field work," Medlin said. "What becomes very, very obvious in Afghanistan is the huge amount of pre-planning that has to take place in order to visit any site in that country, such as who is going to provide security and how much security is needed. You also have to plan how you are actually going to get to some place, as for most of the sites in Afghanistan, you cannot drive there '-- our work involved helicopters, and for our safety, we couldn't be on the ground very long to get samples."
The researchers' work has helped develop what are essentially treasure maps that let mining companies know what minerals are there, how much is there, and where they are, all to attract bids on the rights to the deposits. The Afghan government has already signed a 30-year, $3 billion contract with the China Metallurgical Group, a state-owned mining enterprise based in Beijing, to exploit the Mes Aynak copper deposit, and awarded mining rights for the country's biggest iron deposit to a group of Indian state-run and private companies. [Is China Mining a Rare Earth Monopoly? Op-Ed]
"These resources provide the potential for Afghanistan to develop its economy, to create jobs and build infrastructure, as it goes into the future," Medlin said.
The mineral riches could lift Afghanistan out of poverty and fight crime and terrorism, said Said Mirzad, co-coordinator of the U.S. Geological Survey's Afghanistan program.
"Terrorists in Afghanistan exploited the misery of the local population," Mirzad said. "If you give the population jobs, if they could bring bread to the table, if they had something to defend, then the terrorists, who are very few in number, won't have sway."
Challenges to mining
However, developing a mining industry in Afghanistan faces major challenges. "One of the biggest challenges is security," Medlin said. "Another challenge is the lack of infrastructure. We're talking about access to energy, which is required to develop mines. We're talking access to roads, railroads and so forth. We're also talking about access to water, which is needed in most mining operations. It's all a big challenge, but it's doable. It won't happen overnight, but it's doable."
The USGS is currently helping to rebuild the scientific expertise of the Afghanistan Geological Survey, teaching the researchers modern techniques such as remote sensing. "We want to bring the Afghanistan Geological Survey into the 21st century," Medlin said. "The aim is to help the Afghans develop their mineral resources in a sustainable way."
Mining and other forms of natural resources development can lead to graft, corruption, social unrest and environmental degradation. Other nations rich in resources such as Botswana, Chile and Norway could provide Afghanistan good models to emulate in order to avoid these problems, said Marcia McNutt, editor-in-chief of the journal Science and director of the USGS in the summer of 2012.
For example, important factors contributing to peace and prosperity in those nations are strong public institutions, equitable redistribution of revenues, environmental planning and investment in education, scientific institutions and human resources, McNutt noted.
"The leaders of Afghanistan will have many important decisions to make in the coming years and decades," McNutt wrote in an editorial in the Aug. 15 issue of the journal Science. "Science has opened the door to a new, more prosperous future. May they use this opportunity wisely."
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New York Times Promises Truth and Diversity, Then Hires Climate-Denying Anti-Arab White Guy
Fri, 14 Apr 2017 21:26
Following Donald Trump's election, The New York Times promised its readers that it would aggressively pursue truth and challenge power in the days and months ahead. Publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr. and executive editor Dean Baquet wrote an open letter to readers on November 13, vowing to ''hold power to account, impartially and unflinchingly.''
And readers responded in droves. During the last three months of 2016, the Times added 276,000 digital subscribers '-- readers who were presumably drawn to the promise of aggressive and adversarial writing that was firmly based in reality.
''The truth is more important now than ever,'' the Times proclaimed in an ad during the Oscars in February.
The Times has also strongly committed itself to diversity in its hiring. Times CEO Mark Thompson told hiring managers last year that supervisors who failed to recruit minority candidates would be encouraged to leave or fired.
''Only by having a staff as wide as it is deep, broad in perspective, backgrounds and experiences are we able to capture the multitude of voices of America and the world, with true fidelity,'' the company proclaims in its mission statement.
But the Times's editorial page '-- which is distinct from the newsroom '-- apparently has other priorities.
In the paper's biggest marquee hire since the election, the Times has poached the Wall Street Journal's Bret Stephens as a regular columnist.
In a statement announcing the hire, Editorial Page Editor James Bennet explained the move in glowing terms.
''He's a beautiful writer who ranges across politics, international affairs, culture and business, and, for The Times, he will bring a new perspective to bear on the news,'' Bennet wrote. He summarized Stephens as a ''generous and thoughtful colleague with a deep sense of moral purpose and adventure about our work.''
But Stephens's voice is hardly new to the media landscape '-- it echoes the powerful and attacks the powerless, specifically marginalized groups like Arabs and Muslims who have little representation in U.S. media.
And although Stephens has been hailed as an anti-Trump conservative, he and Trump share a very significant belief that defies reality: They both deny the existence of climate change. Stephens used his Wall Street Journal columns to compare climate science to a religion, saying that environmental groups ''have been on the receiving end of climate change-related funding, so all of them must believe in the reality (and catastrophic imminence) of global warming just as a priest must believe in the existence of God.''
In April of 2010, he proclaimed that ''global warming is dead, nailed into its coffin one devastating disclosure, defection and re-evaluation at a time. Which means that pretty soon we're going to need another apocalyptic scare to take its place.''
He then mockingly proposed ''a readers' contest to invent the next panic. It must involve something ubiquitous, invisible to the naked eye, and preferably mass-produced. And the solution must require taxes, regulation, and other changes to civilization as we know it.''
And as a white male member of the media elite, he hardly brings diversity to the stable of editorial page columnists. Indeed, several regulars already hold right-wing or center-right views. And although the editorial board consistently espouses liberal positions in the editorial column, the op-ed page by and large has to outsource to publish genuinely left perspectives on most major issues.
The Times editorial page currently does not have a female minority columnist and, despite frequently writing about conflicts in the Middle East, employs no regular Arab American or Muslim American writers.
On the contrary, at a time when Arab American and Muslim American civic society faces unprecedented demonization from a presidential administration, the Times has chosen to hire someone who takes part in it regularly.
For instance, Stephens used Egyptian judo player Islam El Shehaby's politically-based refusal to shake hands with his Israeli opponent at the Rio Olympics last year as an excuse to launch into a long racist tirade against the state of the Arab world.
''If you want the short answer for why the Arab world is sliding into the abyss, look no further than this little incident,'' Stephens wrote. ''It did itself in chiefly through its long-abiding and all-consuming hatred of Israel, and of Jews.''
He claimed that ''the Arab world's problems are a problem of the Arab mind, and the name for that problem is anti-Semitism.''
This ''Arab mind,'' in Stephens's telling, has few achievements. ''Today there is no great university in the Arab world, no serious indigenous scientific base, a stunted literary culture,'' he explained '-- all of which would continue until the Shehabys of the world would embrace their Israeli judo counterparts.
Responding to a wave of violence between Palestinians and Israelis in 2014, Stephens shrugged off the international consensus that occupation and statelessness is the root of the conflict, instead blaming it on ''Palestinian blood fetish.'' To him, they had ''been seized by their present blood lust '-- a communal psychosis in which plunging knives into the necks of Jewish women, children, soldiers and civilians is seen as a religious and patriotic duty, a moral fulfillment. Despair at the state of the peace process, or the economy? Please. It's time to stop furnishing Palestinians with the excuses they barely bother making for themselves.''
In January 2017, Stephens wrote that ''maybe'' Palestinians are entitled to a state, but then ticked off a long list of other peoples, including ''Native Hawaiians,'' who also lack a state, so ''what gives Palestinians the preferential claim?'' At least they aren't being ruled by the Chinese, he argued: ''Have they experienced greater violations to their culture than Tibetans? No: Beijing has conducted a systematic policy of repression for 67 years, whereas Palestinians are nothing if not vocal in mosques, universities and the media.''
Stephens also frequentlyappearsin the media arguing for military attacks and regime change in the Middle East.
He has directly helped activists lobby to scuttle diplomacy. In 2015, as Congress was debating the nuclear deal with Iran, he held an off-the-record call with the Christian Zionist group Christians United For Israel, where he advised them on how to lobby members of Congress.
He is, however,an outspoken supporter of one prominent Muslim: Egypt's autocratic leader Abdel Fattah Al Sisi, who he interviewed in 2015 in an article titled ''Islam's improbable reformer.''
Many Times readers took to social media to decry Stephens's hiring:
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Teens are becoming transgender because it's trendy, expert says | News | LifeSite
Sat, 15 Apr 2017 13:40
BRISBANE, Australia, April 12, 2017 ( LifeSiteNews) '-- Children think it's cool to be transgender and they're trying the self-identity out in droves, claims an Australian psychiatrist.
Psychiatrist Stephen Stathis, who runs the gender clinic at Brisbane's Lady Cilento Children's Hospital and is responsible for diagnosing gender dysphoria, reports that ''many'' youth are ''trying out being transgender'' in order to stand out.
Apparently, declaring oneself ''transgender'' is trendy. ''One said to me, 'Doctor Steve ... I want to be transgender, it's the new black,''' Stathis related.
Dr. Stathis also says many girls want to be transgender as a result of sexual abuse. ''The girls say, 'If only I had been a male, I wouldn't have been abused,''' Stathis explained.
Some are so convinced their life would be better if they were the opposite sex that they do something drastic or permanent. ''I've seen genital mutilation, some who try to cut off their penis,'' Stathis said.
Australia began a new, government-funded "gender service" for children at Lady Cilento Hospital, which expects to assess 180 youth this year. The goal of most of the gender-confused children is to get puberty blocking chemicals and/or sex change hormone treatment.
Most patients, however, are simply going through a common phase of adolescent life, Stathis explained.
Despite intense feelings of gender dysphoria, by the time boys and girls reach puberty, most identify as their birth gender. By early adulthood, they have outgrown their previous feelings of gender confusion.
Because gender confusion is usually temporary and hormone blockers can cause permanent damage, Stathis requires his young patients to go through intense mental-health screenings. The pro-transgender pediatrician also insists that teens "socially transition" successfully before he proscribes sex-change drugs.
Online response to Dr. Stathis' testimony was overwhelmingly against viewing transgenderism as healthy. "People should get it once and for all that transgender is a mental illness," Jack posted. "You can put a rubber glove on a dog's head and attach a feather-duster to its tail, but that don't make it a chicken."
Helen noted that it "is pretty normal for many kids to hate their bodies. And eventually we get over it."
Other comments were deeper. "There is a reason why a child may feel as if they want to be the opposite sex," one commenter wrote. "The question is, where does that idea or feeling come from? '... For a child to suddenly say that they desire to dress or act like the opposite sex means that something happened to the child, or they were exposed to something that caused the alteration in their perspective."
Soros Sued by Fellow Billionaire in $10 Billion Mine Brawl - Bloomberg
Sat, 15 Apr 2017 16:51
George Soros, billionaire and founder of Soros Fund Management LLC, pauses during an interview.
Companies controlled by Israeli mining magnate Beny Steinmetz sued fellow billionaire George Soros, claiming he cost them at least $10 billion through a defamation campaign that stripped them of rights to an iron ore deposit in Guinea and other business opportunities around the world.
Soros funded law firms, transparency groups, investigators and government officials in Guinea in a coordinated effort to ensure BSG Resources Ltd. lost the rights to the Simandou deposit in April 2014, BSGR said in a complaint filed Friday in Manhattan federal court.
After years of BSGR accusing Soros of propagating corruption allegations which resulted in its loss of Simandou, this is the first time it took direct legal action against him. In the complaint, BSGR alleges that Soros was driven by a grudge dating back to 1998 around a business in Russia and his alleged hostility towards Israel.
''To Soros, Steinmetz's success, as well as his active, passionate promotion of Israeli life, business and culture are anathema," BSGR said in the complaint. ''Soros is also well known for his long-standing animus toward the state of Israel.''
Soros's spokesman Michael Vachon didn't immediately respond to an email or messages left on his work and mobile phone outside of regular business hours.
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Simandou, hailed by mining companies as the richest untapped iron ore site in the world, has also been the subject of numerous court fights. Rio Tinto Group sued Steinmetz, accusing him and BSGR of conspiring with Vale SA to steal the rights to the deposit. That lawsuit was thrown out in 2015 by a federal judge in New York. BSGR lawyers demanded billions of dollars in damages from Rio Tinto in December after Rio announced that it had informed law enforcement agencies of a $10.5 million consultancy payment to a friend of Guinea's president.
FTI SettlementBSGR's former public relations adviser FTI Consulting LLP in 2013 settled a London lawsuit that claimed it was part of Soros's campaign against the mining company. FTI said it didn't admit any wrongdoing.
Steinmetz has also been investigated and questioned by Swiss and Israeli law enforcement officials on suspicions that he paid bribes to help his company win a stake in Simandou. No charges have been laid.
Steinmetz and BSGR originally lost their rights to Simandou, because the Guinean government found that they obtained the permits after paying millions in bribes, including to Mamadie Toure, the fourth wife of Guinea's former president.
The government's decision was based on fabricated reports by Soros-funded companies, BSGR said in the complaint. Toure, who implicated BSGR and Steinmetz, received $50,000 from an adviser to President Alpha Conde and $80,000 from an "agent or affiliate of Soros," according to the complaint.
A spokesman for Conde didn't answer calls outside of regular office hours. Toure couldn't be immediately reached for comment.
BSGR said its case is supported by an email from a senior Soros investment executive in New York relating to Guinea's interactions with BSGR around their mining contract and information from witnesses that Soros had personally demanded BSGR be pushed off Simandou.
''Soros's financial clout gave him power over Guinea's processes of government, which he then thoroughly abused,'' BSGR said in the complaint. Soros was "motivated solely by malice, as there was no economic interest he had in Guinea," the company said.
The case is BSG Resources (Guinea) Ltd. v. Soros, 17-cv-02726, U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York (Manhattan).
Facebook Suspends YouTuber for Disliking 'Transgender Mother' Commercial - Breitbart
Sun, 16 Apr 2017 02:55
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''The Dove soap company has a new commercial out titled 'No One Right Way' which features a transgender 'woman' as a new 'mom' holder 'her' little baby,'' wrote Dice in the status, which has since been removed by Facebook. ''Excuse me now while I go grab some Irish Spring to clean up my puke.''
The post was reportedly removed by Facebook for violating their ''community standards,'' before Dice was also allegedly suspended from the platform.
Numerous conservative and anti-SJW personalities have previously been suspended from Facebook, including Twinks4Trump creator Lucian Wintrich, Gab founder Andrew Torba, transgender YouTuber Blaire White, prominent Islam-critic Pamela Geller, and political commentator Robbie Travers.
Several pages have also been removed, often without warning or reason, including political satire page Polandball, anti-SJW and feminism page Meninist, a Hillary Clinton-mocking comedy page, and even an Islam-critical gay magazine.
Breitbart Tech has reached out to Facebook for comment.
Drupal Contributors Threaten to Quit After a Developer is Banned for His Private Sex Life
Sun, 16 Apr 2017 03:29
Drupal developers are threatening to quit unless Larry Garfield, a developer who was summarily removed from the development community for his unconventional sex life, is reinstated. Garfield, a long-time contributor to Drupal and PHP communities, was banned after he was outed for his private interest in BDSM and the Gorean ''lifestyle.''
Gorean living is a form of consensual role-play, based on a series of science fiction novels by John Norman. It's a sexual subjugation fantasy, in which male participants take on the role of master, and women role play as slaves. It's everything feminists hate.
Acquia CTO and Drupal trademark owner Dries Buytaert claims he asked Garfield to leave ''because it came to my attention that he holds views that are in opposition to the values of the Drupal project.''
Explaining his decision in a post, Buytaert says he expressed ''varying degrees of shock and concern'' that someone he worked with held such private kinks. He added that he believes ''all people are created equally,'' and that he ''cannot in good faith support someone who actively promotes a philosophy that is contrary to this.''
After being outed, Garfield wrote a self-deprecating post called ''TMI about me'' to elaborate on his alternative lifestyle, and Buytaert's response to finding out about it.
''Dries wouldn't budge on me leaving, including making it clear that it wasn't an option, but an instruction ['...] informing me that I'd been summarily dismissed from my position as track chair and as a speaker at DrupalCon,'' he said.
Referring to Drupal's Code of Conduct on bullying, which was cited against him, Garfield says, ironically, that he is ''being bullied, harassed, and excluded because of my personal activities, which I don't even publicize much less advocate for in tech circles.''
The community of Drupal developers, committers, and funders is furious about the actions taken against Garfield, and banded together in an open letter directed to Dries Buytaert, to threaten their support of the project unless Garfield is reinstated.
The letter rejects the discrimination Garfield is facing and says that the community has for years welcomed participants with alternative lifestyles and private sexual kinks like BDSM.
''Our concerns do not make us pro-Larry '-- we do not endorse his beliefs or his personal life '-- but we are passionately committed to openness, transparency, due process, fairness, inclusivity, diversity, having personal lives that are none of Drupal's business, and professionalism in tech; and we are vehemently opposed to discrimination, harassment, intimidation, bullying, doxxing, secret trials, and digging up information on member's personal lives.
So on this day, and because of our concerns, we stand together to affirm that the abusive behavior we have witnessed has no place in the Drupal community. We stand to demand with one voice that the Drupal community conduct itself as a professional community, which does not discriminate against people for who they are on the outside, for what they believe, for what they value, or for how they lawfully, consensually, and peacefully live their personal lives'--even and especially in cases where people's personal lives might be outside the mainstream or even offensive to some people.''
The Drupal contributors promise that unless Garfield is reinstated, they will abandon the project.
''If you will not fight for us and restore our faith in the professionalism of the Drupal community, then a number of us will be permanently leaving the Drupal community, ceasing all contributions to the official, Drupal-branded branch of the codebase, and ceasing participation in all Drupal communities This is not our first choice, but we cannot and will not participate in a community that encourages abusers to totally destroy people's careers for personal or ideological reasons.''
Ian Miles Cheong is a journalist and outspoken media critic. You can reach him through social media at @stillgray on Twitter and on Facebook.
Caliphate!
Dortmund attack explosive '²from German military'² - media | News | DW.COM | 15.04.2017
Sat, 15 Apr 2017 18:02
A German newspaper has said explosives used to attack the Borussia Dortmund team bus may have come from the armed forces. The players were on their way to a Champions League match on Tuesday when three blasts went off.
The newspaper "Welt am Sonntag" cited a source involved in the investigation as saying supplies belonging to the German military may have been used to make the explosives used in last Tuesday's attack.
"The explosives in the pipe bombs, which were filled with metal pins, might have come from the stocks of the German armed forces but that's still being checked," the paper reported on Saturday.
The source also said that specialist knowledge was required to use the military detonators, which are not easy to get.
Prepare for more attacks
"Welt am Sonntag" said police believe further attacks are possible and that soccer games, rock concerts and cultural events are particularly at risk.
The German Federal Criminal Police Office (BKA) would not confirm the latest report, saying that all lines of inquiry are being examined regarding the attack, which occurred as the bus left the team's hotel for a Champions League match against Monaco. The match was postponed for 24 hours.
A heavy police presence was reported at Bundesliga matches at the weekend, following Tuesday's blasts
New email emerges
The latest revelations came hours after the Berlin-based "Tagesspiegel" newspaper said it had received an anonymous note claiming responsibility for the bombing, which left Dortmund defender Marc Bartra and a police officer injured.
The authors of the email described the bus attack as a "final warning" and threatened another strike on April 22 in Cologne, the day protesters are set to rally against the anti-immigration Alternative for Deutschland (AfD) party.
German federal prosecutors are examining the latest note.
Several leads
The email follows a similar claim of responsibility at the blast site, which investigators said appeared to suggest links to Muslim extremists.
Hours after the bombing police found three identical letters that allegedly mentioned the "Islamic State" (IS) militia, and demanded that Germany pull its jets from the anti-IS coalition in Syria.
But German public broadcasters and the "S¼ddeutsche Zeitung" newspaper reported on Friday that investigators had "significant doubts" about the link to militant Islam.
A left-wing group has also claimed it carried out the bombing.
Former Barcelona defender Bartra, who had to undergo a wrist operation, left hospital on Saturday, but will be out of action for about four weeks.
Security was stepped up for Bundesliga matches on Saturday, in which Dortmund beat Frankfurt 3-1 at home.
Berlin truck attacker Anis Amri acted on orders of top IS commander '' report '-- RT News
Sat, 15 Apr 2017 20:10
Published time: 15 Apr, 2017 19:29Edited time: 15 Apr, 2017 19:30
Anis Amri, who ploughed a truck into a crowded Berlin Christmas market killing 12 people, received orders directly from the top organizer of Islamic State's ''external operations,'' Abu Baraa al-Iraki.
Germany's security authorities received a tip off about Amri's ties with Abu Baraa al-Iraki from the United Arab Emirates' intelligence services back in January, Der Spiegel reported.
According to the German media, the Prosecutor General and Federal Criminal Police Offices are currently investigating the report.
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The 24-year-old Tunisian, who managed to escape Germany following the attack, was eventually killed in a shootout with Italian police in Milan on December 23 after successfully crossing the borders of Germany, France, and Italy.
On December 19, Amri deliberately drove a stolen truck into a Christmas market in central Berlin, killing 12 people and injuring 56. Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS, ISIL) subsequently claimed responsibility for the attack.
He arrived in Germany in the summer of 2015 and constantly registered under new names, the head of North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW) state's criminal police, Dieter Schuermann, said. German authorities currently know of 14 of them, including the one under which he was reported as the perpetrator of the truck attack. The identities allowed Amri to receive social benefits under different names in different municipalities, the police chief said.
Though he was classified as a potential threat to public safety in February of 2016, authorities failed to collect evidence against Amri that would stand up in court.
Schuermann said they had ''exhausted all legal powers to the limit to ward off potential dangers.'' Despite seven separate investigations, the German authorities could not agree on whether the Tunisian would actually commit a terrorist attack.
Ottomania
US 'politicians, bureaucrats & academics' caught in Turkey's failed coup attempt probe '-- RT America
Sun, 16 Apr 2017 06:02
Turkey has launched an investigation to examine whether 17 prominent Americans could have links to the FETO movement of an exiled US-based cleric, Fethullah Gulen, which Ankara blames for last summer's failed coup attempt.
The Chief Public Prosecutor's Office launched the probe into 17 individuals including US politicians, bureaucrats, and academics after a number of Turkish attorneys filed a criminal complaint against these persons, local media report.
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Former CIA Director John O. Brennan, New York Senator Chuck Schumer, US attorney for the Southern District of New York Preet Bharara, and Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) President David Cohen are among the suspects, Anadolu reports.
Other American residents caught in the probe include Henri Barkey, Director of the Middle East Program at Wilson Center former CIA figure Graham E. Fuller, and President of the Turkic American Alliance (TAA) Faruk Taban.
Schumer, for instance, is being suspected of receiving millions of dollars from Gulen's movement and representing his organizational interests in the US.
Fuller, a former vice chairman of the National Intelligence Council at the CIA, allegedly was a sponsor for Gulen when he applied for a US residence permit.
The individuals are being accused of conspiracy to overthrow the Turkish government and are suspected to have links with FETO. Alleged evidence of their involvement with the Gulen movement has been submitted to the prosecutors, Turkish media report.
Gulen leads the popular Islamic transnational religious and social movement called Hizmet, believed to be funding numerous businesses, think tanks, private schools, and publishing houses around the world. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has accused the prominent cleric and his group of masterminding the failed coup in Turkey on July 15, 2015.
READ MORE: No evidence exiled Turkish cleric Gulen behind anti-Erdogan coup '' German intel
Gulen, once an Erdogan ally, is now living in self-imposed exile in Pennsylvania. Ankara has repeatedly demanded his extradition to investigate his alleged participation in the coup attempt, as well as that of Hizmet, known as FETO in Turkey, and considered a terrorist organization by Ankara. The 74-year-old has denied any involvement in the failed coup plot.
Suspected Gulen followers, known as Gulenists, allegedly infiltrated all layers of Turkish society and have been persecuted and hunted down in Turkey in a massive crackdown on Erdogan's opposition which followed the events in July 2016.
More than 100,000 people were fired from their jobs and around 30,000 detained, including teachers, journalists, security personnel and army officers.
Shut Up Slave!
Internet anonymity should be banned, says German president | Euronews
Sun, 16 Apr 2017 06:07
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Microsoft Transparency Report Shows Massive Increase in 2016 Obama Era FISA Orders'...
Fri, 14 Apr 2017 22:21
Microsoft tries to thread the needle of transparency by telling its consuming audience as much about governmental collection of data as possible. Toward that end Microsoft releases a biannual transparency report.
Within the latest transparency release Microsoft reports in the first half of 2016 they received a massive increase in FISA orders; primarily from U.S. governmental agencies.
' ''For the latest Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) data reported, Microsoft received 1,000-1,499 FISA orders seeking content disclosures affecting 12,000-12,499 accounts, compared to the 0-499 FISA orders seeking disclosure of content impacting 17,500-17,999 accounts reported for the previous period.
We received 0-499 National Security Letters in the latest reporting period, which remains unchanged from the previous period.'' (link)
Why would there be such a significant spike in FISA orders during the first six months of 2016?
Due to legal compliance restrictions Microsoft cannot divulge the actual number of FISA Court Orders, only the range. As you can see there was at least a doubling of requests (Prior: 0-499 ~vs~ Now: 1,000-1,499) perhaps much more.
However, simultaneous to the increase in the number of FISA orders, the requests were on fewer accounts. So FISA using agencies were seeking more total data but on a smaller number of accounts.
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I'm Sorry Our Officers Dragged Doctor Off United Plane, Aviation Boss Says - O'Hare - DNAinfo Chicago
Sat, 15 Apr 2017 18:02
City Aviation Commission Ginger Evans talks to reporters. View Full Caption DNAinfo/Heather Cherone
CITY HALL '-- Aviation Commissioner Ginger Evans apologized Thursday for allowing a Louisville doctor to be dragged off a United Airlines flight Sunday and seriously injured.
Dr. David Dao's nose was broken, two of his front teeth were lost, and he suffered a concussion during the incident, his attorney said Thursday morning.
''I want to express our extreme regret for the actions of our officers," Evans said at an emergency hearing of the City Council Aviation Committee.
Ald. Michael Zalewski (23rd) called the incident that was captured by several other passengers on widely seen videos a "nightmare" that was "totally avoidable."
Zalewski said there were no excuses for the incident that began when several Aviation security officers gathered around Dao's seat before one officer lunged at him, dragging him forcefully out of his seat as the doctor wailed.
"We have to make sure this never happens again," Zalewski said.
Three Aviation security officers have been suspended with pay in connection with their role in this incident.
None of the officers, who are represented by the Service Employees International Union, have been identified by city officials.
Evans said a complete investigation of the incident was underway, and the results would be released publicly when the investigation is complete.
In response to heated and repeated questioning by 14th Ward Ald. Ed Burke, Evans acknowledged that Aviation security officers had been ordered to no longer wear uniforms emblazoned with the word "police."
Evans said the Aviation security officers were told in January to identify themselves as "security."
The investigation will probe why the officers captured on video were wearing black-and-white jackets with the word "police" on them, Evans said.
Burke and 37th Ward Ald. Emma Mitts suggested that the city would end up paying the price for the incident, with Mitts speaking directly to Evans.
"You should apologize to the whole city of Chicago and the taxpayers," Mitts said.
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City employees should never have intervened in the incident, Burke said.
"To be quite frank, Chicago employees should not be doing the dirty work for the 'friendly skies' airline," Burke said, referring to United's commercial slogan.
Jeff Redding, deputy commissioner for security for the Aviation Department, said the department's protocol is for security officers not to board a plane if they deem the call for help a "customer service incident" and there is no "immediate threat."
Citing the ongoing investigation, Redding declined to answer whether that protocol was followed in the incident involving Dao.
However, 38th Ward Ald. Nicholas Sposato '-- a former firefighter '-- and 15th Ward Ald. Ray Lopez '-- a former Midway Airport skycap '-- said Dao bears some of the blame for the incident.
"When you are at the airport, you cooperate," Sposato said, referring to a video that captured Dao telling officers that he would not leave the plane before they removed him.
In response to questioning from Ald. Danny Solis (25th), Margaret Houlihan Smith, United's managing director for corporate and government affairs, said Dao, who came to America from Vietnam, was not targeted because of his ethnicity.
In response to the the incident, Aviation security officers, who are not part of the Chicago Police Department, will be taught how to de-escalate altercations verbally and given sensitivity training, Evans said.
United Airlines flight 3411, an Embraer jet flown through the airline's United Express arm, was scheduled to depart from O'Hare International Airport at 5:40 p.m. Sunday headed to Lousiville International Airport when the company asked four passengers to voluntarily leave the plane so that four nonworking crew members could travel to Louisville, according to several travelers who posted about the incident online.
Those four passengers were picked based on their frequent flyer status, the price they paid for their ticket and the time they checked in, said John Slater, the vice president of United's operations at O'Hare.
Passengers were offered a hotel stay and compensation ranging from $400 to $800, in accordance with U.S. Transportation Department rules requiring airlines to compensate passengers who miss flights due to the controversial practice of overbooking.
Houlihan Smith apologized again for the incident, which she said was "unacceptable" and "disturbing."
"This is not who we are as a company," Houlihan Smith said. "We are deeply sorry."
The incident is under review, and the airline will review its protocols as part of a thorough investigation, Slater said.
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DDoS attack halts heating in Finland amidst winter | Metropolitan.fi
Thu, 13 Apr 2017 22:21
A Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack halted heating distribution at least in two properties in the city of Lappeenranta, located in eastern Finland. In both of the events the attacks disabled the computers that were controlling heating in the buildings.
Both of the buildings where managed by Valtia. The company who is in charge of managing the buildings overall operation and maintenance. According to Valtia CEO, Simo Rounela, in both cases the systems that controlled the central heating and warm water circulation were temporarily disabled.
In the city of Lappeenranta, there were at least two buildings whose systems were knocked down by the network attack. In a DDoS attack the network is overloaded by traffic from multiple locations with the aim of causing the system to fail.
In an interview with Etel¤-Saimaa, Rounela estimated the attack in Eastern Finland lasted from late October to Thursday the 3rd of November. The systems that were attacked tried to respond to the attack by rebooting the main control circuit. This was repeated over and over so that heating was never working.
At this time of the year temperatures in Finland are below freezing and a long-term disruption in heat will cause both material damage as well as the need to relocate residents elsewhere. Thankfully in this case the fix was easy to do by limiting network traffic.
Building Automation security is not a priorityThe devices under attack were built by the company Fidelix. According to company representative Antti Koskinen, there have been other attacks in the country before the case in Lappeenranta. He also states to Helsingin Sanomat that when people want convenience and ease of use it often opens up vulnerabilities.
Building maintenance specialist Sami Orasaari confirms that building automation security is often neglected. Many housing companies or private owners do not want to invest in network firewalls, and that security in general tends to be lax. In this case the devices targeted were attacked because they've been found to be vulnerable and the attackers have scanned network to find more of them.
The cause of the issues were not apparent to staff handling regular maintenance tasks, because they have little or no training related to network attacks against the systems they routinely operate. The attack comes following a series of attacks done using so-called Internet of Things (IoT) devices. The Mirai botnet is one example that has been in the news lately.
IoT embeds connectivity to many house-hold electronics such as fridges, lamps and washing machines. Manufacturers and developers of these products are often ill-equipped and compromise by using tools not suitable for high availability automation systems and have limited motive for long term maintenance.
We are apparently already living the age of machine wars as everyday things such as surveillance cameras are used to cause material, and possibly, bodily harm to citizens by attacking critical infrastructure. In the worst case the attack could come from the same exact network.
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Could half a million French people be tempted to vote twice? - The Local
Sat, 15 Apr 2017 19:26
A computer bug in France's electoral roll has meant some half a million voters could in theory cast two ballots. And some are tempted.
With the first round of the presidential election just over a week away (April 23rd) French voters around the country have been receiving their ballot cards through the post as usual.
But many have received two '' in fact some half a million voters could cast two ballots thanks to the bug, according to authorities.
The duplicate voting cards were sent out mainly in the cases where people have moved homes since the last time they voted.
Normally the electoral roll is automatically updated when people register their new address but for some reason the system has not been working.
Voting twice is illegal of course but in a year four candidates appear to have a fighting chance of making the second round including the extreme right Marine Le Pen, far left Jean-Luc M(C)lenchon, independent novice Emmanuel Macron and scandal-hit Fran§ois Fillon, some voters appear tempted to cast two ballots.
''This year is the first time I am asking myself the question of whether I should take advantage of the system and vote twice,'' a voter named Cecile told Europe1 radio.
During the primary elections for the left and right candidates numerous voters and journalists reported that they had been able to vote twice in two different polling stations.
But the electoral roll bug has not just resulted in duplicate ballot cards. It's also apparently resulted in some foreigners, who normally wouldn't have the right to vote, being send a voting card.
Including a Swedish woman named Alice, who lives in France. She too is tempted to flout the rules.
''I do not know if I will go and vote and but I am really tempted, I really want to,'' she told Europe1 radio.
Those who do vote twice risk a heavy punishment: up to six months in prison and a fine of up to '‚¬15,000.
Despite the huge numbers of duplicate voting cards, the Ministry of Interior is not worried that the result of the election could be invalid.
They are confident the stiff penalties will put most people off, even if many will be tempted in order to see their candidate through to the second round runoff vote.
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How Stephen Colbert Went From Worst to First '-- Amplifi Media
Fri, 14 Apr 2017 07:40
Producer Chris Licht conferring during a taping. Chad Batka for The New York Times
Stephen Colbert's late night show was essentially on life support. Since the program's debut, ratings significantly trailed Jimmy Fallon and Jimmy Kimmel. CBS Chief Les Moonves was worried and brought in a new show producer. Today, Colbert is the leader in late night.
The difference was a deep rethink of the roll the program filled versus their late night competition, combined with pivoting to the strength of its talent. Today's Colbert "Late Show" is far more political; certainly benefiting from the Trump resistance. Beyond that, the show plays more closely to Colbert's origins with The Daily Show and his character on the Colbert Report.
For programmers producers and talent, whether broadcast or podcast, the lessons in Colbert's ascension are plentiful as chronicled in this New York Times article. "How Stephen Colbert finally found his elusive groove."
Without a strategy of differentiation, many shows and podcasts will tread water or disappear. In radio, there are far too many indistinguishable ''Biff and Bonnie'' type morning shows. They all do the same trivia contests and have the same take on entertainment news. Programmers scratch their heads wondering why the program is not growing. While sometimes it is a lack of talent, which will certainly doom a show, often it is the dearth of a differentiating strategy.
The same holds true in a sea of 350,000 podcasts. No matter the subject, there are plenty of choices '' there are 27 podcasts about crocheting. How can one show stand out from the pack? What is measurably better or different? Those questions remain elusive for too many programs.
Without a thoughtful strategy of differentiation, many shows and podcasts will tread water or disappear.
In the case of Colbert, his cast and crew are the same, but there is now great clarity regarding content selection, direction and presentation. Colbert's new producer, Chris Licht's focus was not on how to be good '' Colbert is good - but how to be different. His scouting report; "this is all over the place. This doesn't seem cohesive." By focusing on viewer (or listener) needs, expectations and seizing on hot topics, they have captured the moment and built a show for the times we live in, thus filling a void.
There is a lot of content out there. There is a lot of talent out there.
The win is the combination of talent + strategy.
The article is a great read for content creators and talent.
In an amazing turnaround, 23andMe wins FDA approval for its genetic tests - Vox
Sat, 15 Apr 2017 10:46
The Food and Drug Administration just granted the genetic testing company
23andMe approval to tell people whether they are at a higher risk for certain diseases '-- after ordering the company to stop doing precisely that in 2013. That's a big turnaround for the Silicon Valley startup, but it's not yet clear how helpful these tests will be for people's health.
Like other California-based biotechs (such as Theranos), 23andMe had charged ahead with promises to disrupt health care. Company co-founder Anne Wojcicki said 23andMe was poised to become the "world's trusted source of personal genetic information" and was "empowering" users with information about their genetic makeup.
But that revolutionary language didn't pass muster with health regulators. Many of the genetic analyses 23andMe was giving to consumers hadn't yet been validated or FDA-approved, so the company's health service had to slow down and reboot for a couple of years until coming back online in 2015.
With today's clearance from the FDA, 23andMe will become the first company to sell regulator-approved genetic predisposition tests directly to consumers. This is both a good and bad thing for consumers. It means people now have direct access to risk assessment information that's actually backed by science, should they want to purchase it. But the results of these tests can be pretty difficult to interpret and even misleading.
23andMe can tell users if they're at a higher risk for everything from Parkinson's to celiac diseaseAccording to the FDA, the 10 tests 23andMe can now run include:
Parkinson's disease, a nervous system disorder impacting movement;
Late-onset Alzheimer's disease, a progressive brain disorder that destroys memory and thinking skills;
Celiac disease, a disorder resulting in the inability to digest gluten;
Alpha-1 antitrypsin deficiency, a disorder that raises the risk of lung and liver disease;
Early-onset primary dystonia, a movement disorder involving involuntary muscle contractions and other uncontrolled movements;
Factor XI deficiency, a blood clotting disorder;
Gaucher disease type 1, an organ and tissue disorder;
Glucose-6-Phosphate Dehydrogenase deficiency, also known as G6PD, a red blood cell condition;
Hereditary hemochromatosis, an iron overload disorder; and
Hereditary thrombophilia, a blood clot disorder.
The company said the tests won't be available immediately, and it's important to note that this is a big scale-back from the days before the FDA intervened in 2013. Back then, the company had offered its million-plus users risk assessments on 254 diseases and conditions based on an analysis of their DNA through a saliva sample.
The FDA and other critics said the science hadn't yet caught up to the company's interpretations of these tests. A person's risk of developing a particular disease can be determined by environmental and lifestyle factors as much as by genetics. Science is only just in its infancy when it comes to understanding how all these factors come together and influence human health.
So the FDA had serious concerns about the accuracy of the genetic interpretations 23andMe was giving consumers. In 2013, it sent a sternly worded letter to the company, ordering it to stop marketing health interpretations for its genetic testing service. (23andMe continued to offer its ancestry services, which were not a source of regulatory controversy.)
That letter was quickly followed by a class-action suit from people who alleged that 23andMe misled them by continuing to promote health promises without regulatory approval or good science behind them. The complaint notice also cited FDA concerns about potentially inaccurate and incomplete health risk assessments, which could lead people to make harmful choices.
But the FDA warns these tests are not the final wordAfter that, 23andMe went back into negotiations with the FDA, seeking approval for its health data. Today's FDA clearance means they've been working hard to validate their technology.
''Authorization of the 23andMe GHR tests was supported by data from peer-reviewed, scientific literature that demonstrated a link between specific genetic variants and each of the 10 health conditions,'' the FDA said in a statement. The FDA also said, through this approval, they've set up a regulatory pathway to get other direct-to-consumer risk assessments approved more efficiently '-- but they offered scant detail on what that pathway will look like.
Still, consumers shouldn't take the tests' results too seriously. ''[It's] is important that people understand that genetic risk is just one piece of the bigger puzzle, it does not mean they will or won't ultimately develop a disease,'' said Jeffrey Shuren, director of the FDA's Center for Devices and Radiological Health, in the agency's statement.
The tests only deliver genetic risk information, but they can't take into account all the other factors that come into play in determining whether a person will get sick with a particular disease. So even if consumers find they're at a high risk for a disease like celiac or Alzheimer's, that doesn't necessarily mean they'll get it. And if they're at a low risk, they may eventually come down with the illness later.
For this reason, consumers should be aware of false positive findings, the FDA warned, and shouldn't view the test results as diagnoses. This will leave a lot of room for interpretation and confusion, as Stanford ethicist Hank Greely pointed out.
What surveyed consumers say they know may or not be quite diff from what they do. Expect primary care docs to get LOTs of Qs. Hope GCs used
'-- Hank Greely (@HankGreelyLSJU) April 6, 2017Over the phone, Greely said he doesn't think these tests will harm consumers. But he's just not sure what benefit they deliver. ''I don't think there's very much consumers can do with [the information they get from these tests],'' Greely said.
A systematic review of the research on the impact of giving people genetic risk information in the hopes of changing their health behaviors concluded there's no evidence it works.
In other words, people don't suddenly quit smoking, lose weight, or do all the other things they know they should be doing for their health when they find out they are at a higher risk of a certain disease.
There is one place Greely thinks this approval will have an impact: sending a signal to other startups rushing to market ahead of medical regulation. ''Silicon Valley is almost allergic to FDA and regulation. But it looks like working with the FDA is a lot better than ignoring it.''
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Apple receives autonomous-car testing permit in California - Roadshow
Fri, 14 Apr 2017 18:06
Whether or not you think it's working on a car, Apple's new autonomous-car permit in California is certainly proof of something related to self-driving vehicles.
According to the California Department of Motor Vehicles website, Apple is the latest company to receive a permit to test autonomous vehicles within the state. It follows a number of automakers, suppliers and other companies, including Uber, Bosch, Mercedes-Benz, Faraday Future and Tesla.
You weren't expecting a picture of an Apple Car, were you?
Gabrielle Lurie/AFP/Getty Images While it's not clear what Apple has up its sleeve, something must be there, because the application process for this permit isn't exactly short. Not only do companies need insurance and basic things like that, but also they must include an outline for operator training and registration information for all vehicles used for testing.
There's no guarantee that this means Apple is building an autonomous car. In fact, it almost certainly isn't -- at least for now. According to Tim Bradshaw from the Financial Times, Apple's DMV permit covers three Lexus RX450h crossovers, which is the same model that Waymo used for development when it was still lumped under the Google banner. It certainly won't keep the "Apple is building a car" rumor mill from operating at top speed for the next few days or months, though.
Apple did not immediately respond to a request for comment, but it declined comment to Business Insider and claimed that the company has already discussed investing in autonomy.
Apple's project won't be as secret as some of its other programs. Part of California's autonomous-vehicle laws require each manufacturer to submit accident and disengagement reports, the latter explaining when and why vehicles cede control to the driver.
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Google's car will automatically pull you over for the police
Sat, 15 Apr 2017 17:41
Posted on September 11, 2016in Transport
Google's self-driving cars might yield the road to emergency vehicles, like police cars, automatically. A new U.S. patent shows sensors inside the car recognizing police lights, red and blue, and moving to the side of the road before the emergency vehicle passes.
This may reduce accidents associated with drivers not knowing what to do when an emergency vehicle charges past. There have been plenty of accidents like this, where a driver has hit another car or hit an object on the side of the road, as they try to avoid the emergency vehicle.
See Also:What is going on at Google's self-driving car unit?
Google is currently inputting a large amount of data to teach the sensors the difference between sunlight, traffic lights, and emergency vehicles. For now, police cars are the focus, though it might extend to other vehicles that require drivers to yield the road.
Communication between cars and roads could be another way to alert self-driving cars of emergency vehicles. That may reduce the time spent moving back into the lane after the vehicle passes, if all cars are connected and autonomous.
The search giant has been building various programs for its self-driving system to make it friendlier and safer than human drivers. It recently added functionality to recognize multiple cyclists and provide them with adequate space on the road.
Even with these seemingly small updates, Google and other self-driving operators still have a large blank space in the encyclopedia of what to do in certain situations. It's part of the reason Google, Uber, and others are adamant about testing cars in the real world, as its the perfect way to experience random encounters on the road.
Tags: autonomous cars, Google, Internet of Things, IoT, patent, police, Self-Driving, Uber
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Uber's revenue hits $6.5 billion in 2016, still makes large loss
Fri, 14 Apr 2017 21:45
The logo of Uber is seen on an iPad, during a news conference to announce Uber resumes ride-hailing service, in Taipei, Taiwan April 13, 2017. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
Ride-hailing service Uber Technologies Inc [UBER.UL] generated $6.5 billion in revenue last year and its gross bookings doubled to $20 billion, the ride-hailing service said on Friday.
Its adjusted net loss was $2.8 billion, excluding the operation in China it sold last year, said Uber, the largest of Silicon Valley's 'unicorns,' or venture capital-backed companies with a valuation above $1 billion.
As a private company, now worth $68 billion, Uber does not report its financial results publicly. Uber confirmed the figures in an emailed statement after Bloomberg first reported the results.
Uber did not provide first quarter figures, but a spokeswoman said they "seem to be in line with expectations."
In a separate emailed statement, Rachel Holt, Uber's regional general manager for the United States and Canada, said: "We're fortunate to have a healthy and growing business, giving us the room to make the changes we know are needed on management and accountability, our culture and organization, and our relationship with drivers.''
Uber has been rocked by a number of setbacks lately, including detailed accusations of sexual harassment from a former female employee and a video showing Chief Executive Travis Kalanick harshly berating an Uber driver.
The company is in the process of hiring a chief operating officer to help Kalanick manage the company, repair its tarnished image and improve its culture.
(Reporting by Sangameswaran S in Bengaluru; Editing by Bill Rigby)
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Apple considers bidding for big stake in Toshiba chip business: reportTOKYO Apple Inc is considering teaming up with its supplier Foxconn to bid for Toshiba Corp's semiconductor business, Japanese public broadcaster NHK reported on Friday - the latest twist in the sale of the world's second-biggest flash memory chipmaker.
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Report Finds Male Pets More Likely to Destroy Your Phone
Sun, 16 Apr 2017 14:12
Hide your tablets, hide your laptops and hide your cellphones, because your pets are out there and they are bored.
SquareTrade, a protection plan provider for electronics, recently released its aptly-named Pet Break Stuff Damage Report, which takes a look at what devices pets are breaking and how they are destroying them.
While TV, tablets, game consoles and laptops are all victims to pet carelessness, it's smart phones that see the brunt of the damage, with 59% of SquareTrade users polled for the report saying their pets have destroyed at least one phone.
As for the offenders themselves, it turns out males are a little more mischievous than females. Males made up 63% of the tech wreckers, 55% of the culprits were small in size and 58% were middle-aged. So if you have a male Chihuahua that's around 7 years old, watch out!
Curiosity will kill your gadgets: 63% of responders described their pets as curious and 73% said they believe their pet was bored when they ''accidentally'' destroyed their stuff.
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In regards to how the deed was done, most owners (59%) said their gadget was chewed up by a pet, knocked off a high place came second (19%) and liquid spilled on it came in third (10%).
Overall, these numbers add up to pets damaging an average of 3.3 devices per owner. So keep your phone in your pocket, and maybe think about getting your furry friend a few food puzzles to keep them occupied.
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VIDEO - Reorganizing the Executive Branch: We Need Your Input! | whitehouse.gov
Sun, 16 Apr 2017 13:47
On March 13th, President Donald J. Trump signed an Executive Order that will make the Federal government more efficient, effective, and accountable to you, the American people. This Executive Order directs the Director of the Office of Management and Budget to present the President with a plan that recommends ways to reorganize the executive branch and eliminate unnecessary agencies.
President Trump wants to hear your ideas and suggestions on how the government can be better organized to work for the American people.
Share your ideas below by June 12th!
VIDEO - Pope Francis uses Easter message to condemn 'vile' Syria attack - BBC News
Sun, 16 Apr 2017 12:48
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Media caption Pope Francis prayed for those trying to bring comfort and relief to civilians in SyriaPope Francis has used his Easter address to condemn Saturday's deadly attack on a bus convoy in Syria.
The Pope delivered his "Urbi et Orbi" ("To the City and the World") message to thousands of pilgrims who gathered in St Peter's Square at the Vatican.
Francis said the bombing, which killed more than 100 people near the city of Aleppo, was "the latest vile attack on fleeing refugees".
He also spoke against "old and new" forms of slavery and discrimination.
"May [God] sustain the efforts of those who are actively working to bring comfort and relief to the civilian population in beloved Syria, who are greatly suffering from a war that does not cease to sow horror and death," he said.
In the latest attack, a vehicle filled with explosives targeted buses carrying evacuees from besieged, government-held Syrian towns.
At an earlier vigil, Francis spoke of migrants' pain, and criticised "paralysing and barren bureaucracies that stand in the way of change".
Easter was also marked in Coptic churches in Egypt, where attacks a week ago, claimed by Islamic State militants, killed at least 45 people.
Image copyright EPA Image caption The Pope called for peace in Yemen and Ukraine Image copyright AFP Image caption He also drew attention to "continuing hostilities" in South Sudan, Sudan, Somalia and the Democratic Republic of Congo Image caption Like many spectators, BBC Rome correspondent James Reynolds was far from the basilica Image copyright AFP Image caption Egyptian Copts took part in an Easter Mass in Cairo on Saturday led by Pope Tawadros II
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VIDEO - (203) Jeffrey Lord Says Donald Trump is like Martin Luther King Jr: Don Lemon Loses IT - YouTube
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VIDEO - (203) We know what happened: Khan Shaykhun chemical attack. 13 Apr 2017 - YouTube
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VIDEO - Assad: US and its Terrorist Proxies 'Fabricated' Chemical Claims as Pretext for Airstrike | MRCTV
Sun, 16 Apr 2017 04:55
Claims that his regime used chemical weapons against civilians in Khan Sheikhun on April 4 were ''fabricated'' by the U.S., colluding with al-Qaeda terrorists, to provide a pretext for Friday's cruise missile strike on a Syrian airbase, President Bashar al-Assad in an interview released Thursday.
VIDEO - Activist Naomi Klein Urges Left to Destroy Trump's Brand | MRCTV
Sun, 16 Apr 2017 04:50
Another liberal says the way to take down President Donald Trump is to hit him where it hurts '-- in the wallet.
The Intercept published a video from liberal activist and award-winning journalist Naomi Klein giving instructions on ways ''to jam the Trump brand,'' on April 12. Arguing Trump ''has turned the presidency into an extension of his corporate brand,'' she laid out a plan to tarnish that brand and cost him money.
Klein clearly stated her aim: ''Now, i don't mean make him seem less rich. No, I mean actively take money from him by sending his branding empire into crisis.''
''Boycotts and sidewalk protests aren't the only way to wreak havoc on Trump's businesses,'' Klein said. ''What if a whole lot of people made reservations at Trump Hotels and resorts and then all those people changed their minds right before the cancellation deadline?''
In an attempt to avoid responsibility for the consequences, she claimed she wasn't really ''suggesting anyone do this,'' just wondering what would happen. Yet, she encouraged anyone who did it to ''be polite'' because people answering the phones ''almost certainly'' are underpaid or may be ''secretly trying to form a union.''
She also asked, ''What if customers who really did want to book reservations had a hard time getting through because so many other people were calling to express their views on Trump's attacks on the EPA, or mass detentions of immigrants, or losing their health insurance.''
Some of her other tactics included challenged the narrative of Trump as a boss and encouraged TV hosts and others to promote the idea that Trump is a puppet. Klein also endorsed efforts like #grabyourwallet and called for more similar boycotts of Trump brand products.
Though the media have bolstered boycott efforts against Trump, many aren't working. Recently, Yuengling's CEO Dick Yuengling said boycott efforts against his company have amounted to ''nothing noticeable.'' Liberals tried to bring down Ivanka Trump's sales as well, but her brand saw record sales after boycott efforts.
Klein's video concluded with the idea that ''the essence of good branding is repetition and the same thing goes for good brand jamming. So go forth and repeat thyselves. Have fun out there.''
VIDEO - North Korea attempts and fails missile launch, U.S. confirms - CBS News
Sun, 16 Apr 2017 03:21
North Korea attempted and failed to launch a missile, the U.S. Pacific Command confirmed on Saturday.
The official said the missile was not an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM), which North Korea has claimed to possess but has never successfully tested.
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The missile blew up almost immediately, the U.S. Pacific Command said. The type of missile is still being assessed.
It's unclear why it failed. The missile was launched from Sinpo, on its east coast.
U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis issued a short statement Saturday night, saying ''the president and his military team are aware of North Korea's most recent unsuccessful missile launch. The president has no further comment.''
Vice President Mike Pence is en route to Seoul, the South Korean capital, as part of a 10-day swing through Asia.
The Yonhap news agency in South Korea first reported the failed launch, citing the South Korean military.
''The North attempted to launch an unidentified missile from near the Sinpo region this morning but it is suspected to have
failed,'' the South's Office of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said in a statement
North Korea spent the weekend celebrating the 105th anniversary of the country's late founder, Kim Il Sung. At a massive military parade presided over by North Korea leader Kim Jong Un on Saturday, the military displayed new ICBMs and other military hardware, CBS News correspondent Ben Tracy reported from Pyongyang.
The display included submarine-launched ballistic missiles, believed to be the same type of missile North Korea fired from land in February. The missiles use solid fuel, making them easier to load and harder to detect than liquid fuel rockets.
The parade went on for more than two hours as thousands of North Korean soldiers marched in lockstep through the city's main square.
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On Friday, a senior North Korean official accused the Trump administration of wanting to ''annihilate'' his country in an interview with CBS News' Ben Tracy. He blamed the escalating tension on the Korean Peninsula squarely on the U.S. and South Korea.
There was strong suspicion the North might conduct the test this weekend, a major holiday as the nation marks what would have been the 105th birthday of North Korea's founder, Kim Il Sung, the current leader's grandfather.
North Korea's Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs, Han Song Ryol told CBS News in Pyongyang on Friday that the situation between the U.S. and North Korea was the worst it had ever been, and if provoked, his country was ready and willing to fight a war. He said North Korea's nuclear program was non-negotiable.
He said Mr. Trump's decision to send the navy strike group to the region, as well as a large-scale, ongoing joint U.S.-South Korean military exercise in the area, were deliberate provocations.
''If the U.S. comes up with a dangerous military option, then the first card is in our hands. We'll deal with it with our pre-emptive strike. This means war,'' Han said.
Tracy sought to clarify Han's remark; ''So you are saying if you feel North Korea is going to be attacked, you will use nuclear weapons?''
''Of course,'' Han replied.
Even before this nuclear test, North Korea had already conducted four missile launches this year, including tests of more advanced technology and potentially longer-range capability.
The sixth nuclear test will be seen as part of the Kim regime's quest to build a nuclear-tipped missile capable of reaching the U.S. mainland. Most analysts believe North Korea is still at least several years away from that capacity, but Pyongyang already has weapons that pose a serious threat to U.S. allies South Korea and Japan, and U.S. troops based in those countries.
On Thursday, CBS News was there as Kim cut the ribbon to open a large new residential neighborhood in Pyongyang -- a gesture clearly designed to show North Korea can survive further U.S. economic sanctions -- and continue its nuclear program.
Han told CBS News on Friday it was ''impossible'' for anything to deter North Korea from conducting its sixth nuclear test, which he only said would ''take place at a time, at a place that the supreme leadership deems necessary.''
Han told Tracy that North Korea does not want a war, and insisted his government was only responding to U.S. threats.
Asked whether he retains any hope that a peaceful solution can be reached in the escalating crisis, Han suddenly switched to English, and told Tracy, ''you hope for the best and prepare for the worst.''
Later on Friday the government of China -- North Korea's most important trading partner and ally -- warned that, ''once a war really happens, the result will be nothing but multiple loss. No one can become a winner.''
Foreign Minister Wang Yi told reporters in Beijing that China was calling on ''all the parties, no matter verbally or in action, to stop provoking and threatening each other and not to allow the situation to become irretrievable and out of control.''
He said China would continue to give its support to any political dialogue to resolve the North Korean standoff, be it ''official or unofficial... bilateral or multilateral.''
Mr. Trump has pressured China to wield its economic leverage over North Korea to make the Kim regime stop its nuclear and missile tests, and there have been strong indications that Beijing is in fact cutting key imports from the North.
VIDEO - Arrests, fights break out at Berkeley protests
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VIDEO - The big one is coming, and it's going to be a flu pandemic - CNN.com
Sun, 16 Apr 2017 02:46
And yet, like with most people, it is probably something you haven't spent much time thinking about. After all, it is human nature to avoid being consumed by hypotheticals until they are staring us squarely in the face.
Such is the case with a highly lethal flu pandemic. And when it comes, it will affect every human alive today.
Pandemic flu is apolitical and does not discriminate between rich and poor. Geographical boundaries are meaningless, and it can circle the globe within hours. In terms of potential impact on mankind, the only thing that comes close is climate change. And, like climate change, pandemic flu is so vast, it can be challenging to wrap your head around it.
When most people hear "flu," they typically think of seasonal flu. No doubt, seasonal flu can be deadly, especially for the very young and old, as well as those with compromised immune systems.
For most people, however, the seasonal flu virus, which mutates just a little bit every year, is not particularly severe because our immune systems have already probably seen a similar flu virus and thus know how to fight it. It's called native immunity or protection, and almost all of us have some degree of it.
Babies are more vulnerable because they haven't been exposed to the seasonal flu and older people because their immune systems may not be functioning as well.
Pandemic flu is a different animal, and you should understand the difference.
PanËdemik/: pan means "all"; demic (or demographic) means "people." It is well-named, because pandemic flu spreads easily throughout the world. Unlike seasonal flu, pandemics occur when a completely new or novel virus emerges. This sort of virus can emerge directly from animal reservoirs or be the result of a dramatic series of mutations -- so-called reassortment events -- in previously circulating viruses.
In either case, the result is something mankind has never seen before: a pathogen that can spread easily from person to defenseless person, our immune systems never primed to launch any sort of defense.
Our only hope
With pandemic flu, we cannot solely rely on our bodies' ability to fight. A vaccine is our only real hope.
That fact is part of the reason the number 24 has been stuck in my head the past few months as I have been working on the CNN original film "Unseen Enemy." I have become convinced that if we can develop and deploy a pandemic flu vaccine just 24 weeks faster than is currently projected, the impact could change the course of human history.Twenty-four weeks faster could mean the difference between 20,000 people dying in the next flu pandemic or more than 20 million people dying.
In the 20th century alone, we experienced serious flu pandemics. The Spanish Flu of 1918 was an unprecedented catastrophe. Experts' best estimates (before there was more formal census and record-keeping) were that 20% to 40% of the world became ill and more than 50 million people died.
In the United States alone, approximately 675,000 people died in just the eight months between September 1918 and April 1921. Some people died the same day they became ill, and others died within a few days from complications of the flu, such as pneumonia or meningitis.
Forty years later, the Asian flu of 1958 and 1959 had a global death toll as high as 2 million and an estimated 70,000 of those in the US alone.
Early in 1968, the year before I was born, the Hong Kong flu began. By September, it made its way around the world, including the United States, and became widespread by December. It is believed that the number of those infected peaked during the fall, when kids were at school, transmitting the virus more freely.
Still, as many as a million people died, 34,000 in the US alone between September 1968 and March 1969.
We are overdue
We have learned a lot over the past 100 years and are better prepared because of it. In the developed world, at least, we have the ability to ease suffering with antivirals, breathing machines and antibiotics for secondary bacterial infections.
Experts can also more quickly characterize pathogens causing outbreaks. Although it took several years to identify the virus causing AIDS, for example, it took only a few weeks to identify the SARS virus.
We are also much faster at developing vaccines. According to research compiled by the science publication Mosaic, a typhoid vaccine was first tested in 1896 but only developed into a safe and effective vaccine nearly a hundred years later, in 1994. It took just 12 years, however, to develop a safe and effective Ebola vaccine (2003 to 2015). And, last week, the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases announced initiation of a phase II trial for a Zika vaccine that started in August with the hope it may be ready for emergency use by 2018.Most important, our production capabilities have increased tremendously around the world. In 2006, according to the World Health Organization, we had the ability to make only 350 million doses of flu vaccine, but now, in theory, we could make 5.4 billion doses of flu vaccine if we harnessed and aligned manufacturing facilities all over the world.
24 weeks faster?
Would it ever be possible, however, to create and distribute a vaccine 24 weeks faster -- in six weeks instead of 30 weeks -- and save more than 20 million lives?
For starters, the way we typically make flu vaccine is still pretty antiquated and hasn't changed much in nearly 70 years.
We rely largely on hens' eggs to incubate and replicate the virus, which is too slow of a process to respond rapidly to pandemic flu.
Richard Hatchett, CEO of the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations, told me that recent scientific advances, however, are fully transforming the speed at which vaccines can be developed and approved.
Genomic techniques can be used to map the DNA or RNA of a new pathogen, genetically to engineer and mass-produce the same DNA or RNA and then inject it into the human body, leading to the production of antibodies to fight the virus. This method results in a new type of vaccine, a DNA vaccine.
Faster development and production is one critical step to shortening the vaccine process by 24 weeks.
Another is more robust surveillance systems everywhere in the world. As we were reminded with Ebola and Zika, an infection anywhere can be an infection everywhere.
The first time an ill patient shows up at a hospital anywhere on the planet with a novel virus, the clock starts ticking.
Improved surveillance means that hospital staff has to be astute enough to recognize that the patient doesn't fit the normal patterns we were taught in medical school and start to investigate further.
After that, there has to be speedy and accurate identification of the virus, purification and sequencing of the genetic material and then immediate sharing of the knowledge (via the cloud) enabling researchers everywhere to get to work on the development of new vaccines. After this genetically engineered vaccine is developed, it would have to be manufactured in the billions and then distributed to every city in the world.
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To make this a reality, it will take unprecedented partnerships between governments, even those at odds with each other. It will take the public and private sector working together every step of the way to ensure that the newly created vaccine can be distributed, trusted and administered.
It will take research and development money, as it always does, to bolster the techniques and infrastructure I described and make them available everywhere.
And it will take accepting that a pandemic of flu is likely in our lifetime. But with preparation and imagination, it need not be as nearly catastrophic as it was 50 or 100 years ago.
Make no mistake, outbreaks -- sudden, unexpected and localized eruptions of infection -- are inevitable. But, as epidemiologist Larry Brilliant (who spearheaded the effort to eradicate Small Pox), puts it: pandemics can be optional.
This is how.
VIDEO - Marine Le Pen facing wipe out in French election after COMPUTER BLUNDER | World | News | Express.co.uk
Sat, 15 Apr 2017 17:33
Half a million people received duplicate polling cards in the post, which would allow them to cast two votes at the first round of the election, held on April 23.
French authorities confirmed they would not be investigating the potential electoral fraud until AFTER the election, when retrospective prosecution may take place.
This could crush Ms Le Pen's dreams of surging to power, as most French nationals living outside of their country are not right wing - demonstrated by the fact many feel they depend on the European Union (EU) to guarantee their stay in foreign countries.
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London's French population equates to France's sixth largest city, and now many of those 300,000 people will have the chance to vote for Mr Macron twice.
Far left candidate Jean-Luc Melenchon, who has surged in the polls recently and threatens to break into the leadership race against Ms Le Pen and Mr Macron, could also benefit from this catastrophic error.
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Half a million people received duplicate polling cards in the post She said: ''This year, this is the first time I have asked myself the question, would I take advantage of this anomaly to vote twice? My candidate was low enough in the polls.''
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Voting twice is a crime, but police will only find out if they run a check on the individual through their computer systems.
The punishment can be up to two years in prison and a fine of about £13,500.
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Described as more democratic and republican than her nationalist father, she has led a movement of "de-demonization of the Front National" to detoxify it and soften its image
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Emmanuel Macron with London Mayor Sadiq khan, after a visit to London urging ex-pats to vote for him France's Interior Ministry has said it will not be invalidating the election because of the duplicate voting glitch, but with Bloomberg's latest poll currently showing Mr Macron and Ms Le Pen polling at 22.8 per cent, and far left Mr Melenchon at 18.3 per cent, it is possible an extra 500,000 votes either way could swing the balance of power.
Express.co.uk has contacted the French Embassy in London for comment and is awaiting response.
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VIDEO - White Helmets 'Made Up Syria Gas Attack Story in Campaign for No-Fly Zone'
Sat, 15 Apr 2017 17:08
Middle East21:50 10.04.2017(updated 22:16 10.04.2017) Get short URL
According to the independent organization Swedish Doctors for Human Rights, the video shot by White Helmets group purporting to show a chemical attack in the Idlib province of Syria in March 2015 is clearly a fake.
The self-styled Syria Civil Defense, also known as the White Helmets, is an organization working in rebel-controlled areas of Syria which claims to carry out "search and rescue" operations.
Their members have been hailed as heroes by the mainstream media and a propaganda film praising their activities even won an Oscar earlier this year.
However, the group, which receives funding from outside Syria, is dogged by accusations of links to terrorist groups operating in Syria, including Jabhat al-Nusra.
In March 2015, the White Helmets claimed that the Syrian army carried out a chemical gas attack in Idlib province. They published pictures online of the alleged attack and a video purporting to show a child suffering from the effects of a poison gas attack, being treated by medics.
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However, independent medical experts from the Swedish Doctors for Human Rights organization have examined the video and say it looks like a fake. Professor Marcello Ferrada de Noli, founder and chairman of Swedish Doctors for Human Rights, told Radio Sputnik that the video doesn't present any proof it was shot in Idlib, nor were the medical procedures shown appropriate for a chemical gas attack.
"In the opinion of our doctors, these procedures were non-medical, non-lifesaving and even counter-productive in terms of life-saving purposes for children," Noli said.
"In this particular case, this was referred to as an alleged gas attack, and then we have the videos showing what was going on in an emergency room but nothing from the attack itself."
"Nothing about what was going on outside the room and other evidence that would have been important in order to evaluate the correspondence between the life-saving procedures and the agent that was producing those injuries."
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Noli said that allegations about the gas attack appeared at the same time as renewed calls for the establishment of a no-fly zone in Syria, which would play into the hands of armed opposition groups."They (allegations about chemical weapons attacks) have been put forward simultaneously with the request to Western powers to establish a no-fly zone in Syria. So, of course, this reference should make us very cautious as to whether there really was a gas attack."
"If you consider that Syrian opposition forces, that coalition, renewed their petition for a non-flight zone in Syria two or three days ago, then I think that the conclusion is rather obvious," Noli said.
The doctor said that the White Helmets' assertions need to be assessed by experts before they can be believed. In addition to the false allegation in Idlib, the White Helmets have previously spread false reports about a Russian airstrike in Homs and produced a "mannequin challenge" video in which they faked a rescue.
"It is absolutely necessary for an expert to examine that evidence '' what is a fact, what is a fantasy, what is a fake and trying to deceive the public with the political purpose of establishing a no-fly zone in Syria which would have enormous consequences in geopolitical terms."
"This will be a long procedure and not all the so-called human rights organizations operating in this world are willing to assess events on behalf of the truth," Noli said.
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VIDEO - Trump North Korea brinkmanship puts millions of lives at risk | MSNBC
Sat, 15 Apr 2017 13:21
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VIDEO - Erectile dysfunction injection cure is also able to INCREASE penis size | Life | Life & Style | Express.co.uk
Sat, 15 Apr 2017 11:01
The P-shot or the Priapus shot, named after the Greek god of fertility, is a blood-based treatment used to cure erectile dysfunction and increase penis size in patients.
The shot was pioneered by Dr Charles Runels, an American MD who specialises in sexuality issues.
The procedure is not for the faint-hearted, as the patient's blood is withdrawn and processed through a centrifuge to create platelet-rich plasma which contains growth factors.
The plasma is then injected into specific areas of the penis using an ultra-thin needle. The process is already used in sport medicine to rejuvenate torn ligaments.
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Dr Runels uses it to increase penis size by ten to 20 per cent and improve blood flow for a stronger, harder erection.
Runels, the inventor of the notorious Vampire Facelift spoke about the procedure to GQ and said: "When I first started doing cosmetic procedures to sculpt the face, it occurred to me that it would be wonderful to do the same thing to the penis."
The treatment is described on the P-shot website, which says: ''First the doctor or nurse applies a numbing cream to the Penis and the arm. Then blood is drawn from the arm in the same was as with any blood test.
''Then, using a high speed centrifuge, platelet rich plasma is isolated from the red blood cells, and contains valuable growth factors.
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''The whole process takes about 30-40 minutes and is done in the room with the patient. Then, using a very thin needle, the growth factors are injected into very specific areas the penis.
''Because this area has been numbed with the anaesthetic cream, the patient feels little or no pain.''
Results take from a few days to four weeks to show, and are claimed to last 12-18 months. P-shot costs from £1,000. pshot.co.uk.
Injecting blood isn't the only treatment being trialled to improve sexual dysfunction - a study in the Journal Of Urology researching new therapies for erectile dysfunction found that "neovascularisation using vascular growth factors have been demonstrated to be feasible in animal models".
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The P-Shot works by taling blood from the patient and running it through a high speed centrifuge This means if you inject growth factors into a human penis, it will grow new tissue and blood vessels. This has yet to be trailed on a human though, so the treatment is not available in the UK.
Those suffering from erectile dysfunction have welcomed plans to introduce viagra into pharmacies without prescription.
Men would be able to buy the drug, which is used to treat erectile dysfunction after a consultation with pharmacists.
The proposal is set out in a consultation that runs until April 17 from the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA).
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(Via AP) A strike by the largest non-nuclear weapon ever used in combat by the U.S. military killed 36 Islamic State group militants and left no civilian casualties, hitting a tunnel complex in the remote mountains of eastern Afghanistan, Afghan officials said Friday.
The massive bomb terrified villagers 20 miles away across the border in Pakistan with a blast they described as earsplitting.
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The strike was carried out against an Islamic State group tunnel complex carved in the mountains that Afghan forces have tried repeatedly in past weeks to assault in fierce fighting in recent weeks in Nangarhar province, Afghan officials said. The Afghan Ministry of Defense said in a statement that several IS caves and ammunition caches were destroyed by the bomb.
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"Kellyanne Conway made that ridiculously stupid statement, it's unbelievable she works in the White House," said Mika Brzezinski, a co-host of MSNBC's Morning Joe program today.
Conway caused quite a stir by claiming microwaves could be used to surveil Americans when she was trying to defend Trump's allegations that President Obama wiretapped him.
This morning's outrage was caused by new statements that were made yesterday at the Center for Strategic & International Studies by the new chief of the CIA, Mike Pompeo.
Pompeo said, "These officers, like me, have sworn an oath to uphold the Constitution. They've signed secrecy agreements. They quietly go about their work and try not to get too worked up over the headlines, including the fanciful notion that they spy on their fellow citizens via microwave ovens.''
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VIDEO - Trump's CIA Director Pompeo, Targeting WikiLeaks, Explicitly Threatens Speech and Press Freedoms
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In February, after Donald Trump tweeted that the U.S. media were the ''enemy of the people,'' the targets of his insult exploded with indignation, devoting wall-to-wall media coverage to what they depicted as a grave assault on press freedoms more befitting of a tyranny. By stark and disturbing contrast, the media reaction yesterday was far more muted, even welcoming, when Trump's CIA Director, Michael Pompeo, actually and explicitly vowed to target freedoms of speech and press in a blistering, threatening speech he delivered to the D.C. think tank Center for Strategic and International Studies.
What made Pompeo's overt threats of repression so palatable to many was that they were not directed at CNN, the New York Times or other beloved-in-D.C. outlets, but rather at WikiLeaks, more marginalized publishers of information, and various leakers and whistleblowers, including Chelsea Manning and Edward Snowden.
Trump's CIA Director stood up in public and explicitly threatened to target free speech rights and press freedoms, and it was almost impossible to find even a single U.S. mainstream journalist expressing objections or alarm, because the targets Pompeo chose in this instance are ones they dislike '' much the way that many are willing to overlook or even sanction free speech repression if the targeted ideas or speakers are sufficiently unpopular.
Decreeing (with no evidence) that WikiLeaks is ''a non-state hostile intelligence service often abetted by state actors like Russia'' a belief that has become gospel in establishment Democratic Party circles '' Pompeo proclaimed that ''we have to recognize that we can no longer allow Assange and his colleagues the latitude to use free speech values against us.'' He also argued that while WikiLeaks ''pretended that America's First Amendment freedoms shield them from justice,'' but: ''they may have believed that, but they are wrong.''
He then issued this remarkable threat: ''To give them the space to crush us with misappropriated secrets is a perversion of what our great Constitution stands for. It ends now.'' At no point did Pompeo specify what steps the CIA intended to take to ensure that the ''space'' to publish secrets ''ends now.''
Before delving into the chilling implications of the CIA Director's threats, let's take note of an incredibly revealing irony in what he said. This episode is worth examining because it perfectly illustrates the core fraud of U.S. propaganda.
In vilifying WikiLeaks, Pompeo pronounced himself ''quite confident that had Assange been around in the 1930s and 40s and 50s, he would have found himself on the wrong side of history.'' His rationale: ''Assange and his ilk make common cause with dictators today.''
But the Mike Pompeo who accused Assange of ''making common cause with dictators'' is the very same Mike Pompeo who '' just eight weeks ago '' placed one of the CIA's most cherished awards in the hands of one of the world's most savage tyrants, who also happens to be one of the U.S. Government's closest allies. Pompeo traveled to Riyadh and literally embraced and honored the Saudi royal next-in-line to the throne.
This nauseating event '' widelycovered bytheinternational press yet almost entirely ignored by the U.S. media '' was celebrated by the Saudi-owned outlet Al Arabiya: ''The Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Nayef bin Abdulaziz al-Saud, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior, received a medal on Friday from the CIA . . . . The medal, named after George Tenet, was handed to him by CIA Director Micheal Pompeo after the Crown Prince received him in Riyadh on Friday in the presence of Deputy Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman al-Saud, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defense.''
The description of this Pompeo/Saudi award ceremony was first reported by the official Saudi Press Agency, which published the above photographs. It gushed: ''In a press statement to the Saudi Press Agency (SPA), following the reception, the Crown Prince expressed appreciation of the CIA for bestowing on him such a grace, laying assertion that this medal is a fruit of endeavors and instructions of the leaders of the kingdom, notably the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, bravery of security men and cooperation of all walks of the community to combat terrorism.''
Then there's the venue Pompeo chose: the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS). As the New York Times reported in 2014, the CSIS '' like so many of D.C.'s most prestigious think tanks '' is itself funded by dictators.
In particular, the United Arab Emirates has become ''a major supporter'' of the group, having ''quietly provided a donation of more than $1 million to help build the center's gleaming new glass and steel headquarters not far from the White House.'' Other CISIS donors include the regimes of Saudi Arabia, Turkey, and Kazakhstan.In return, UAE officials are treated like great statesmen at CSIS.
UAE Ambassador Yousef Al Otaiba, with CSIS President John J. Harme
Photo: UAE Embassy
This is all independent of the fact that Pompeo's boss, President Trump, just hosted at the White House and lavished praise on one of the world's most repressive tyrants (and closest allies of the U.S. Government), Egyptian leader Abdel Fatah al-Sissi. And the government of which Pompeo is a part sends arms, money and all kinds of other support to dictators across the planet.
So how could Mike Pompeo '' fresh off embracing and honoring Saudi tyrants, standing in a building funded by the world's most repressive regimes, headed by an agency that for decades supported despots and death squads '' possibly maintain a straight face as he accuses others of ''making common cause with dictators''? How does this oozing, glaring, obvious act of projection not immediately trigger fits of scornful laughter from U.S. journalists and policy makers?
Pompeo in Riyadh with Saudi Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and Crown Prince Prince Muhammed bin Nayef
Photo: ABNA
The reason is because this is a central and long-standing propaganda tactic of the U.S. Government, aided by a media that largely ignores it. They predicate their foreign policy and projection of power on hugging, supporting and propping up the world's worst tyrants, all while heralding themselves as defenders of freedom and democracy and castigating their enemies as the real supporters of dictators.Try to find mainstream media accounts in the U.S. of Pompeo's trip to Riyadh and bestowing a top CIA honor on a Saudi despot. It's easy to find accounts of this episode in international outlets, but very difficult to find ones from CNN or the Washington Post. Or try to find instances where mainstream media figures point out what should be the unbearable irony of listening to the same U.S. Government officials accuse others of supporting dictators while nobody does more to prop up tyrants than themselves.
This is the dictatorship-embracing reality of the U.S. Government that remains largely hidden from its population. That's why Donald Trump's CIA Director '' of all people '' can stand in a dictator-funded think tank in the middle of Washington, having just recovered from his jet lag in flying to pay homage to Saudi tyrants, and vilify WikiLeaks and ''its ilk'' of ''making common cause with dictators'' '' all without the U.S. media taking note of the intense inanity of it.
But it is Pompeo's threatening language about free speech and press freedoms that ought to be causing serious alarm for journalists, regardless of what one thinks of WikiLeaks. Even more extreme than the explicit attacks in his prepared remarks is what the CIA Director said in the question-and-answer session that followed. He was asked about WikiLeaks by the unidentified questioner, who queried of ''the need to limit the lateral movements such as by using our First Amendment rights. How do you plan to accomplish that?'' This was Pompeo's answer:
A little less Constitutional law and a lot more of a philosophical understanding. Julian Assange has no First Amendment privileges. He is not a U.S. citizen. What I was speaking to is an understanding that these are not reporters doing good work to try to keep the American Government on us. These are actively recruiting agents to steal American secrets with the sole intent of destroying the American way of life.
That is fundamentally different than a First Amendment activity as I understand them. This is what I was getting to. We have had administrations before that have been too squeamish about going after these people, after some concept of this right to publish. Nobody has the right to actively engage in the theft of secrets from American without the intent to do harm to it.
Given how menacing and extreme this statement is, it is remarkable '' and genuinely frightening '' that it received so little notice, let alone condemnation, from the U.S. press corps, most of which covered Pomepo's speech by trumpeting his claim that WikiLeaks is an agent of an enemy power, or noting the irony that Trump had praised WikiLeaks and Pompeo himself had positively tweeted about their revelations.
Pompeo's remarks deserve far greater scrutiny than this. To begin with, the notion that WikiLeaks has no free press rights because Assange is a foreigner is both wrong and dangerous. When I worked at the Guardian, my editors were all non-Americans. Would it therefore have been constitutionally permissible for the U.S. Government to shut down that paper and imprison its editors on the ground that they enjoy no constitutional protections? Obviously not. Moreover, what rational person would possibly be comfortable with having this determination '' who is and is not a ''real journalist'' '' made by the CIA?
But the most menacing aspect is the attempt to criminalize the publication of classified information. For years, mainstream U.S. media outlets '' including ones that despise WikiLeaks '' nonetheless understood that prosecuting WikiLeaks for publishing secrets would pose a grave threat to press freedoms for themselves. Even the Washington Post Editorial Page '' at the height of the controversy over WikiLeaks' publishing of diplomatic cables in 2010 '' published an editorial headlined ''Don't Charge WikiLeaks'':
Such prosecutions are a bad idea. The government has no business indicting someone who is not a spy and who is not legally bound to keep its secrets. Doing so would criminalize the exchange of information and put at risk responsible media organizations that vet and verify material and take seriously the protection of sources and methods when lives or national security are endangered.
The Obama administration, in 2010, explored theories for how it could prosecute WikiLeaks, and even convened a Grand Jury to investigate. But it ultimately concluded that doing so would be impossible without directly threatening First Amendment press freedoms for everyone. As former Obama DOJ spokesman Matthew Miller yesterday said of Pompeo's threats:
But back in 2010, the Obama DOJ briefly flirted with, but then abandoned, the possibility that it could get around this problem by alleging that WikiLeaks did more than merely publish secrets, that it actively collaborated with its source (Chelsea Manning) on what documents to take. As the New York Times' Charlie Savage reported then: ''a government official familiar with the investigation said that treating WikiLeaks different from newspapers might be facilitated if investigators found any evidence that Mr. Assange aided the leaker, who is believed to be a low-level Army intelligence analyst '-- for example, by directing him to look for certain things and providing technological assistance.''
Ultimately, though, no evidence was found that this happened. And, beyond that, many in the DOJ concluded '' rightly so '' that even this ''collaboration'' theory of criminalization would endanger press freedoms because most investigative journalists collaborate with their sources. As Northwestern Journalism Professor Dan Kennedy explained in the Guardian:
The problem is that there is no meaningful distinction to be made. How did the Guardian, equally, not ''collude'' with WikiLeaks in obtaining the cables? How did the New York Times not ''collude'' with the Guardian when the Guardian gave the Times a copy following Assange's decision to cut the Times out of the latest document dump?
For that matter, I don't see how any news organisation can be said not to have colluded with a source when it receives leaked documents. Didn't the Times collude with Daniel Ellsberg when it received the Pentagon Papers from him? Yes, there are differences. Ellsberg had finished making copies long before he began working with the Times, whereas Assange may have goaded Manning. But does that really matter?
The dangers to all media outlets from this theory should have been crystal clear when Joe Lieberman and former Bush Attorney General Mike Mukasey argued that the New York Times itself should be prosecuted for publishing and reporting on WikiLeaks' secret documents '' on the ground that no meaningful distinction could be made between the NYT and WikiLeaks.
But criminalizing WikiLeaks' publication of documents is clearly part of what Pompeo is now planning. That's what he meant when he argued that ''administrations before have been too squeamish about going after these people, after some concept of this right to publish'': he was criticizing the Obama DOJ for not prosecuting WikiLeaks for publishing secrets. And this is why Pompeo yesterday claimed '' with no evidence '' that WikiLeaks ''directed Chelsea Manning in her theft of specific secret information.'' He clearly intends to pursue prosecution of WikiLeaks and Assange for publishing classified information.
It has long been a dream of the far right, as well as hawkish Obama followers, to prosecute journalists and outlets that publish secret information based on this theory. As Newsweek noted in 2011: ''Sarah Palin urged that Assange be 'pursued with the same urgency we pursue Al Qaeda and Taliban leaders,' and The Weekly Standard's William Kristol wants the U.S. to 'use our various assets to harass, snatch or neutralize Julian Assange and his collaborators.'''
This same ''collaboration'' theory that Pompeo is advocating is what various Obama loyalists, such as MSNBC's Joy Reid, spent months hyping in order to justify the prosecution of the journalists (such as myself) who reported the Snowden materials: that we did not merely report them but ''collaborated'' with our source. Her theory then became the basis for her NBC colleague David Gregory asking if I should be prosecuted on the ground that I ''aided and abetted'' Snowden.
This '' the ''collaboration'' theory propounded back then by Bill Kristol and Joe Lieberman and Joy Reid, and now by Mike Pompeo '' is the mentality of people who do not understand, who do not practice, and who hate journalism, at least when it exposes the bad acts of the leaders they revere. Just as is true of free speech abridgments, if you cheer for it and endorse it because the people targeted in the first instance are ones you dislike, then you are institutionalizing these abridgments and will be unable to resist them when they begin to be applied to people you do like (or to yourselves).
WikiLeaks now has few friends in Washington: the right has long hated it for publishing secrets about Bush-era war crimes, while Democrats now despise them for its perceived role in helping defeat Hillary Clinton by exposing the secret corruption of the DNC. But the level of affection for WikiLeaks should have no bearing on how one responds to these press freedom threats from Donald Trump's CIA Director. Criminalizing the publication of classified documents is wrong in itself, and has the obvious potential to spread far beyond their initial target.
People who depict themselves as part of an anti-authoritarian #Resistance '' let alone those who practice journalism '' should be the first one standing up to object to these creepy threats. The implications of Pompeo's threats are far more consequential than the question of who one likes or does not like.
VIDEO - Trump dumps Russia for China - CNNPolitics.com
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Once upon a time, Trump mused about how well he and Russian President Vladimir Putin would get along. Then-candidate Trump said Putin had declared him a "genius," criticized the Obama administration's tensions with Moscow and said it would be better "if we got along."
China, on the other hand, was a currency manipulator, a thief of US jobs that should no longer be allowed to "rape our country." If elected, Trump promised to impose heavy tariffs on Beijing and take it to court for shady trade practices.It turns out that wielding power -- as opposed to criticizing it -- can change your outlook.
This month, during which his administration has stepped up US military action in Syria and Afghanistan as he looks to reassert US power, Trump said that "we're not getting along with Russia at all, we may be at an all-time low." He and Chinese President Xi Jinping, on the other hand, have "a very good chemistry," Trump declared.
The President's reversal on Russia and China is part of a series of policy flip-flops that have seen Trump abandon campaign positions on NATO, Israel, the Iran nuclear agreement and US alliances in Asia.
The shifts, which bring Trump's White House in line with many Obama and George W. Bush administration policies, may not last under this mercurial president, but they reflect some hard facts about America's interests.
"Whatever the aspirations on the campaign trail, they have given way to the realities of what it takes to conduct American foreign policy in a cruel and unforgiving world," said Aaron David Miller, vice president at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.
"The way this administration does business is highly unorthodox in so many respects," Miller said, "but the ultimate outcome on so many issues seems now to come around to a pretty conventional approach."
And so it is -- these days -- with Russia and China.
Trump had been eager to improve relations with Moscow and often expressed confidence that his ability to bond with Putin would ease friction between Washington and Moscow over Russia's role in Syria and its annexation of Crimea from Ukraine.
But Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's alleged April 4 chemical weapons attack on his own civilians triggered Trump's outrage, leading him to strike a Syrian airfield with Tomahawk missiles and seeming to mark a change in Trump's outlook on Russia -- which has supported Assad throughout Syria's bloody civil war.Trump's administration, shadowed by Russia's alleged interference in the US election, had already been shifting its views on Moscow as the former real estate mogul brought more figures into the White House who backed traditional foreign policy positions.
Defense Secretary James Mattis and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, who had his own foreign policy research and risk analysis staff as CEO of ExxonMobil, along with UN Ambassador Nikki Haley, all sounded a tougher note on Russia than the President did, pointing out the ways that Moscow works to counter US interests around the world.
"They were all sounding much tougher on Russia, much more like the Obama administration, and the outlier was the White House," said Angela Stent, director of the Center for Eurasian, Russian and East European Studies at Georgetown University.
The US missile strike was an exclamation mark establishing that Trump, for the time being at least, has come to see Russia in more conventional US foreign policy terms. "You have a much more consolidated policy toward Russia now," Stent said.
Putin told Russian TV in an interview Wednesday that under Trump, the relationship between Washington and Moscow had "worsened."
Even as he took a harsher tone on the longtime US adversary, Trump still seemed to offer some reassurance in a Wednesday appearance with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, saying that, "It would be wonderful ... if NATO and our country could get along with Russia." On Thursday, Trump tweeted that, "things will work out fine between the U.S.A. and Russia. At the right time everyone will come to their senses & there will be lasting peace!"
But Stent said that actually there is likely to be continued US-Russia tension. "All the problems the previous administration had still remain," she said.
"You had these role reversals," according to Miller, a former State Department official, "with China as a bad guy and Putin being courted. But in the face of realities, there's been a switch. Russia basically now occupies the role that China was supposed to occupy in the Trump administration."
The "realities" that Trump faces include North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's accelerating pursuit of nuclear and missile technology. Trump sent tweets this week praising Xi for committing to help restrain North Korea, which may be on the verge of a sixth nuclear test. Beijing is Pyongyang's closest ally.
On Tuesday, Trump tweeted that he'd told Xi a trade deal with the US would be "far better for them if they solve the North Korea problem." On Wednesday, Trump tweeted that he and Xi had had "a very good call" about Pyongyang. And Thursday, the president tweeted that he had "great confidence that China will properly deal with North Korea. If they are unable to do so, the U.S., with its allies, will! U.S.A."
Sandy Pho, a senior program associate for the Kissinger Institute on China at the Wilson Center, said that Trump, like many new presidents, has been facing a learning curve on the ways of Beijing.
"You cannot not talk to China. I think that's what he realized. It's too important," said Pho, but she warned Trump may be underestimating China's influence over North Korea and its interest in an outcome the US would be happy with.
What Beijing wants in North Korea is stability, not potentially disruptive change. "The last thing they want is a flood of North Korean refugees coming over their border," Pho said.
And the only thing Beijing might think was worse, she said, would be a unified and US-allied Korean Peninsula on the border.
If Trump thinks his new posture towards the geopolitical rivals will help him play them off against each other, Stent suggested he think again.
"I think he fundamentally doesn't understand the nature of the Russia-China relationship," she said, describing it as pragmatic. The two authoritarian governments support each other on major foreign policy problems, dislike domestic protest and see the US in a similar way.
"Both agree that we need a new world order that takes their interests into account more than it does right now, and both agree it's time to move away from a US-dominated global order," Stent said.
China, on the other hand, was a currency manipulator, a thief of US jobs that should no longer be allowed to If
CNN's Dan Merica contributed to this report.
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