Daily Archives: September 18, 2016

Cuomo Lies About NYC Bombing [VIDEO]


Published on Sep 18, 2016

Why is Mayor Cuomo so quick to label the bombing in NYC as not an act of terrorism?


James Corbett investigated the government’s response to 9/11 and found that General Ralph Eberhart played a key role in disabling standard defense procedures and, thereby, caused the largest failure to defend North American airspace in history.



The official record shows that Eberhart lied in testimony to Congress and the 9/11 Commission. In spite of this, he never has been called to account and is generally considered as a 9/11 American hero.







Published on Sep 17, 2016

Sub for more: http://nnn.is/the_new_media | Adam Kredo for the Washington Free Beacon reports Congress on Friday launched a wide-ranging investigation into a secret Obama administration-funded campaign to unseat Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, according to information exclusively obtained by the Washington Free Beacon.

Hillary Gives Press Conference On New York Explosion Appearing To Be Weak And Tired. [VIDEO]


Published on Sep 17, 2016

Hillary Clinton appeared to almost faint and collapse again, this time in the middle of a press conference in New York City when giving a statement about the dumpster incident in Chelsea after the Saturday night explosion. Media analyst Mark Dice has the story. © 2016 by Mark Dice

They Lied to You About Iraq, they Lied to You About Libya. Do You Think They’re Lying to You About Russia?



A British parliamentary inquiry into the Libyan fiasco has reported what should have been apparent from the start in 2011 – and was to some of us – that the West’s military intervention to “protect” civilians in Benghazi was a cover for what became another disastrous “regime change” operation.

The report from the U.K.’s Foreign Affairs Committee confirms that the U.S. and other Western governments exaggerated the human rights threat posed by Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi and then quickly morphed the “humanitarian” mission into a military invasion that overthrew and killed Gaddafi, leaving behind political and social chaos.


The report’s significance is that it shows how little was learned from the Iraq War fiasco in which George W. Bush’s administration hyped and falsified intelligence to justify invading Iraq and killing its leader, Saddam Hussein. In both cases, U.K. leaders tagged along and the West’s mainstream news media mostly served as unprofessional propaganda conduits, not as diligent watchdogs for the public.

Today, we are seeing an even more dangerous repetition of this pattern: demonizing Russian President Vladimir Putin, destabilizing the Russian economy and pressing for “regime change” in Moscow. Amid the latest propaganda orgy against Putin, virtually no one in the mainstream is exercising any restraint or finding any cautionary lessons from the Iraqi and Libyan examples.

Yet, with Russia, the risks are orders of magnitude greater than even the cases of Iraq and Libya – and one might toss in the messy “regime change” projects in Ukraine and Syria. The prospect of political chaos in Moscow – with extremists battling for power and control of the nuclear codes – should finally inject some sense of responsibility in the West’s politicians and media, but doesn’t.



The bombings in NJ and NY will overshadow any coverage of – “U.S. Admits It Bombed Syrian Troops”



The cruelest irony of a U.S.-led coalition strike that mistakenly killed at least 62 Syrian forces is that rather than damage the Islamic State, as the strikes intended, the coalition may instead been a boon for the terror group.

The Syrian forces based near the eastern city of Deir el-Zour, the site of four strikes Saturday, were a buffer between the citizens of Deir el-Zour and the terror group. And if Syrian troops were hit by a coalition strike, it could lead them to retreat, creating an opening for ISIS to move onto a major city in eastern Syrian.


In recent months, ISIS has made an increasingly aggressive push for the city, putting Syrian government forces on the defensive. While ISIS has launched strikes against the airport, near the site of Saturday’s strikes, the airport has always remained under Syrian government control.

A defense official told The Daily Beast that U.S. Central Command now has concluded it was a mistaken strike and is trying to determine how it made such a big mistake.

The repercussions came swiftly. On Saturday evening, U.S. officials reportedly told their Russian counterparts that they reject the “unintentional loss of life,” essentially admitting responsibility for a strike. And Russia called for an emergency United Nations Security Council session Saturday night.

Around the region, some looked at the strike as proof that the United States created the ISIS threat and now is conducting strikes on its behalf.

“These attacks confirmed that the U.S. clearly supports the terrorism of Daesh,” said SAMA television, a Syrian state-run news outlet, using an Arabic acronym for the Islamic State.

What remains unclear is how the U.S. military could make such a mistake. A U.S. Central Command official told The Daily Beast that U.S. officials monitored the strike site, roughly 30 miles southwest of the city center, for two days before Saturday’s strike.

“There was a tank and other vehicles occupied by ISIS. There were people there who we thought were ISIS,” the CENTCOM official said.





US-armed Terrorists kicks out American special forces troops from Syrian border [VIDEO]


Yet ANOTHER failed Obama/Clinton policy of spending billions of U.S. dollars funding and training “moderate” Free Syrian Army rebel forces, the majority of whom have defected to the Islamic State (ISIS) or al-Qaeda linked rebels like al-Nusra.


Published on Sep 16, 2016

“Five or six” US special forces troops had to withdraw from the town of al-Rai on Syria’s border with Turkey, after allies from the Free Syrian Army (FSA) had driven them out, calling them “infidels” and “crusaders,” several media outlets have reported.