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Russian Olympic official says doping whistleblower should be executed


This article indicates the level of effort Russia will put forth to ensure that their Olympic team does not cheat.   Russia, however, lives in the world of cheating. If a Russian official is not lying, cheating, or stealing, something must be amiss.  In this case, the whistleblower impeded a doping effort by the Russian Olympic committee… Continue reading Russian Olympic official says doping whistleblower should be executed

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Baghdad Ten Years Ago – 18 Nov 07


WEEK 53: As the deployment nears its end, I reflect on how wrong I was about Prime Minister Maliki’s resilience. On a side note, I recall thinking during the Surge how at least my U.S. government wasn’t as corrupt as the Iraqi government. Superman “I’m still standing, yeah, yeah, yeah” Elton John As I look… Continue reading Baghdad Ten Years Ago – 18 Nov 07

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McCain: U.S. must not shirk from calling Russian propaganda what it is


Posted Nov 15, 2017, 1:11 pm Responding to Russia’s plans to register international media outlets as foreign agents, U.S. Sen. John McCain reiterated his stance that “RT’s propagandists debunk the truth, spread lies, and seek to undermine democratic governments in order to further Vladimir Putin’s agenda.” The lower house of Russia’s parliament gave unanimous approval… Continue reading McCain: U.S. must not shirk from calling Russian propaganda what it is

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Former internet troll reveals secrets of Russia’s Internet Research Agency


There is not much new in this article, but it does reveal the division of labor within the Internet Research Agency, today known as Glavset.  </end editorial> November 17, 2017 A former insider at Russia’s Internet Research Agency (IRA) has divulged details on the online troll factory’s operations, stating that he “absolutely” believes the organization is connected to the Kremlin.… Continue reading Former internet troll reveals secrets of Russia’s Internet Research Agency

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A Fight Is Brewing Between Congress and the Military Over Cyber War


By Patrick Tucker November 16, 2017 U.S. military commanders want more authority to launch cyber operations. But Congress is mulling new restrictions and reporting requirements, setting up a showdown that will shape American defense in the network era. In one corner, you have commanders like Lt. Gen. Paul Nakasone. The head of U.S. Army Cyber… Continue reading A Fight Is Brewing Between Congress and the Military Over Cyber War

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Caitlin Johnstone: I’ve Been Banned From Facebook For Sharing An Article About False Flags


Caitlin Johnstone Rogue journalist, poet, and utopia prepper. Nov 16 I’ve Been Banned From Facebook For Sharing An Article About False Flags My personal Facebook account, which has the maximum 5,000 friends and an additional 5,000+ followers, has been blocked from posting for three days. My page hasn’t been blocked yet, but we’ll see; I shared… Continue reading Caitlin Johnstone: I’ve Been Banned From Facebook For Sharing An Article About False Flags

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Russia / Strategy Ad Hoc Media Update (5) – 17 November 2017


Anonymous expert compilation, analysis, and reporting. </end editorial> Much in the media on Russia over the last week. DPP at State observes that “The threat to [the West’s] collective security posed by Russia is clear, and we on both sides of the Atlantic cannot ignore it”. Pres Macron states much the same. Sen Portman comments on Russia… Continue reading Russia / Strategy Ad Hoc Media Update (5) – 17 November 2017