Apr 19 2010

On almost every news site, we can see regular requests for money.

I have been operating this site for years without asking for anything but there are now growing, but not huge, costs involved in producing this and so it is that we have a “donate” button to help defray expenses.

No, we won’t have to sell our children to the medical experimenters if we don’t raise $200,000 by next Thursday but as the fat man said, every little bit helps.

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TBR News March 28, 2017

Mar 28 2017

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C. March 28, 2017: “Forced out of Roman-controlled Judea by the Romans following a long and bloody series of revolts, internal massacres and destructive activities, the Jews were eventually expelled from Judea and went to reside in various places such as Alexandria, Egypt.

These deportees are today known as Sephardic Jews and are the descendants of the original Semitic inhabitants of Judea.

Another, larger, group of Jews are called Ashkenazi and are the direct descendents of the Khazar tribes of Central Asia. Originally nomadic peoples, the Khazars were located on the west bank of the Caspian Sea, noted for their savage behavior and in about 700 AD, were converted by their king to Judaism.

Defeated by the Russians, the Khazars spread to Russia, what is now Poland and other eastern European areas. They are not Semitic by background and today, 95% of the citizens of Israel are descended from these nomads, which were composed of Mongols, the occasional Swedish rus or Viking and other diverse ethnic groups.

The oft-repeated claim by Israel that they were the original inhabitants of Judea or Palestine is, from a historical point of view, entirely false.

Modern Zionism was the creation of Theodor Herzl (1860-1904) a Hungarian Jewish writer who advocated a Jewish state in Palestine. That the area was occupied, as it had been for thousands of years, by Arabs, themselves of Semitic origins, did not seem to bother the modern Zionists at all.

Following the end of the Second World War when huge masses of Eastern European Jews had been displaced from their countries in Poland, the Baltic states, Hungry, Romania, Greece, Germany, Austria and other European countries, they decided to move to Palestine and form their own state.

From 1944 through 1948, the entire area was subject to a literal reign of terror as large groups of DPs (Displaced Persons) descended on Palestine, wreaking havoc on the area. Murders, kidnappings, bombings, counterfeiting, bank robberies, blowing up hotels full of people and drive-by shootings were commonplace.

Eventually, the disruptions proved to be too much for the British, who occupied Palestine after the First World War and the collapse of the Ottoman Empire which once controlled it, withdrew and in 1948, the state of Israel was proclaimed.

Israel, a study of the UN report immediately puts the motivating factors behind the long-ongoing bloodshed in accurate perspective.

What is past is certainly prologue.”

Table of Contents

  • Russiagate’s Unasked Questions
  • ‘Terrorism Godfather’ Erdogan pursuing ‘Third Reich-style’ foreign policy – top German MP
  • Exclusive: Inside Diego Garcia, America’s highly secretive military baseA two year investigation reveals the US military’s poor treatment of contract workers on the controversial island.
  • Ferocious Cyclone Debbie batters north-eastern Australian coast
  • After 12 Rejections, Apple Accepts App That Tracks U.S. Drone Strikes
  • Your browsing history may be up for sale soon. Here’s what you need to know
  • Do Muslims Commit Most U.S. Terrorist Attacks?
  • Supreme Court sides with death row inmate who claims intellectual disability
  • Three teenage burglars shot dead in US
  • Scottish parliament backs second independence referendum vote
  • Beijing demands answers after Paris police shoot dead Chinese national
  • Germany proposes EU sanctions on countries not taking back illegal immigrants
  • Lawsuit Seeks Transparency as Searches of Cellphones and Laptops Skyrocket at Borders

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TBR News March 27, 2017

Mar 27 2017

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C. March 27, 2017: “The Internet has an enormous storehouse of information and nearly any desired material can be located and downloaded.

That is the positive aspect of the Internet.

The negative side is that the Internet supplies an enormous flood of false, misleading and useless information, almost all of invented out of whole cloth by the same types that also have rushed to join, and use, what is known as the Social Network.

The Social Networks are a handy means for persons to express their personal views on almost any subject and to communicate with others of a like mind. The problem that one notes from reading their postings is the same one observes in reading the comments appended to serious articles on major newspapers. In reading both of these areas, one is at once struck by the utter stupidity of the writers, their total lack of English, their constant bad grammar and terrible spelling and, most important, their desire not to express a thoughtful view but to parade their insignificance and ignorance to a wide audience.

Another negative aspect of the Social Network is that, at least in the United States, all of the networks of any size are working closely with such official governmental agencies as the DHS and the FBI, to spy on their members at no cost or effort to themselves. In these cases, the mindless babblings and boastings of the dim of wit load federal surveillance files with moronic chatters from which the authorities can easily build a criminal case.”

 

 

Washington Post anti-Trump headlines for March 27

The best from Bezos’ Catbox liner

 

  • Trump shifts blame for health-care collapse to the far right
  • Chairman and Trump ally: Rep. Devin Nunes’s actions raise concerns about Russia inquiry
  • Here’s what the Republicans who just stopped Trump want next
  • The health-care debacle isn’t Trump’s biggest failure
  • The lessons Trump and Ryan failed to learn from history
  • Trump is building an interstate system all the way to dystopia
  • The innocent lives lost amid Trump’s war on terror
  • Nearly 1 out of every 3 days he has been president, Trump has visited a Trump property
  • Does Trump’s health-care failure undercut his ability to bargain internationally?
  • Trump is trying to take credit for a jobs announcement Charter made months ago

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  • Where the Anti-Russian Moral Panic is Leading Us
  • Why the London attacker’s links to Saudi Arabia might matter
  • ‘People aren’t spending’: stores close doors in ‘oversaturated’ US retail market
  • The Secret Playbook of Internet Trolls
  • White House denies reports Trump handed Merkel bill for NATO defense
  • Report: nearly one in two Muslims in Germany engaged in aiding refugees
  • North Korea Fears ‘Regime Change’ Strike
  • We see them as monsters. At least Israel makes normal, typical war’: As Isis caliphate shrinks, Syrian anger grows
  • Facial recognition database used by FBI is out of control, House committee hears

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TBR News March 26, 2017

Mar 26 2017

 

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C. March 26, 2017: “In Europe there is growing concern, and strong anger, about the huge floods of Middle East displaced persons.

Liberal governments and their press do not like to discuss this but it becomes stronger and stronger.

Eventually, the public will demand that the trouble-makers be expelled but the governments will twist and waffle until soon enough, the populace will rise up and the results will be redolent of the Reign of Terror in France.

Liberals will wail and tear their thinning hair but if you asked any of them to sponsor a refugee, they would refuse to do so.

These are the useless sort who say,”I approve of black people and I think everyone should own one.”

Table of Contents

  • Trump Insults the Media, but Bush Bullied and Defanged It to Sell the Iraq War
  • W. Bush: Drunk on Power
  • German police predicted Berlin terror attack nine months prior
  • Laptop ban on planes came after plot to put explosives in iPad
  • UK’s Rudd launches attack on messaging app encryption
  • The Senate just voted to undo landmark rules covering your Internet privacy
  • Sinn Fein says Northern Ireland government talks have failed
  • Marine Le Pen and Emmanuel Macron face off for the soul of France

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TBR News March 25, 2017

Mar 25 2017

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C. March 25, 2017:  “Trump’s defeat of his attempt to dispose of Obama’s health bill should come as no surprise to anyone. The right wing portion of the Congress did not want to deal with the flood of loud objections of their constituents and the bill died before it hit the floor. Trump did do society a favor by officially distancing himself from the grotesque Universal Toilet issue. This was very unpopular with a very large number of citizens. Imagine a dignified lady, perhaps your wife or mother, using a public convenience when skinny six-foot man in a dress waltzes in and urinates in a wash basin. There are always the bushes in the park if need be.”

Table of Contents

  • Trump tastes failure as U.S. House healthcare bill collapses
  • Inside Trump’s War on the Traditional Media
  • Wikileaks: The CIA Has Been Spying on Apple Users for Years
  • Apple Says It Fixed CIA Vulnerabilities Years Ago
  • S. Postal Service Logging All Mail for Law Enforcement
  • The FBI: The Silent Terror of the Fourth Reich
  • SECRECY NEWS
  • Starbucks and Walmart join growing list of advertisers boycotting YouTube
  • DEA approves synthetic marijuana for big pharma company against legalization

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TBR News March 24, 2017

Mar 24 2017

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C. March 24, 2017:  “Researchers at the University of Maryland have developed a robot bird whose wings can flap independently of each other.

Called the “Robo Raven,” the breakthrough engineering technology allows the robot to achieve any desired motion and to perform aerobatic maneuvers.

Developed by University of Maryland Professors S.K. Gupta and Hugh Bruck and their students, the robot birds could one day be used for reconnaissance and surveillance.

The final design enables a tiny video camera, can be launched from the ground, and can fly in winds up to 10 mph.

The micro air bird even fooled a local hawk, which attacked the robot in mid-flight on more than one occasion.

I suppose the next invention will be the reporting toilet seat.”

Table of Contents

 

  • Did Obama Plot To Sabotage Trump?
  • Exposing Shabby Intelligence
  • The evidence that the Russians hacked the DNC is collapsing
  • Risky House healthcare vote to test Trump’s negotiating skills
  • The Life and Death Issue Ignored at Judge Gorsuch’s Confirmation Hearings
  • Stock markets wobbly after delayed Trumpcare vote
  • Truth or Consequences?

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TBR News March 23, 2017

Mar 23 2017

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C. March 23, 2017: “Glenn Greenwald hastens to assure his readers that Edward Snowden never worked for Russian intelligence.

Edward certainly did.

His gatherings constitute one of the largest intelligence coups of history.

And no one claims to know who actually owns and controlls WikiLeaks.

Many members of the intelligence community know but the media and the public do not.

And forthcoming WikiLeaks releases promise to put earlier ones to shame.

Note that once the Presidential elections were over, the Podesta leaks ceased.

And I am thrilled to note that the Divine Hillary is coming out of her cave in the woods to join all of us once more.

The only other issue of similar import would be the notice that smallpox had broken out in Miami.”

Table of Contents

  • S. may accuse North Korea in Bangladesh cyber heist: WSJ
  • UK parliament attacker British-born, had been investigated over extremism concerns
  • Supreme Court unanimously strikes down Gorsuch ruling
  • Is McCain Beyond His Prime?
  • Assange: ‘Only 1 percent’ of the CIA material has been published
  • Real-Time Face Recognition Threatens to Turn Cops’ Body Cameras Into Surveillance Machines
  • ISIS’s killer drones are a threat, but the Pentagon is bracing to face more-advanced ‘suicide’ aircraft
  • Two major US technology firms ‘tricked out of $100m’
  • A Breach in the Anti-Putin Groupthink

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TBR News March 22, 2017

Mar 22 2017

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C. March 22, 2017: “Social problems mount in the United States. A new president who has had no hands-on political experience, an oligarchy who is afraid of losing both power and money because of this, bloated government budgets with money vanishing from sight in corrupt bureaucrat and legislators pockets, vicious internal in-fighting with false accusations being hurled at the public daily from a controlled media are just some of the problems. What is needed is foresight and a firm hand but both, sadly, are obviously lacking. Stories are floating around the Beltway about another Karl Rove false flag operation (like his 911 failed plan) designed to permit governmental controls to be exercised. America was never a democracy but she has been a republic. Now she is drifting to a dictatorship by committee.”

Table of Contents

  • Will Russiagate Backfire on the Left?
  • The Shroud of Turin
  • SECRECY NEWS
  • Adam Schiff: Grifter, Racketeer, Warmonger
  • The Multibillion-Dollar U.S. Spy Agency You Haven’t Heard of
  • Germany blocks arms sales to Turkey – report
  • Latest North Korean missile test fails – Seoul
  • Flight ban on laptops ‘sparked by IS threat’
  • ‘You can’t buy your way out’: Military bureaucracy causing skilled service members to leave – report
  • Erdogan warns Europeans ‘will not walk safely’ if current attitude persists
  • 5 congressional staffers in criminal probe over unauthorized computer access
  • Get outta town: startup offers workers $10,000 if they ‘delocate’ from Silicon Valley
  • Exclusive: Lead poisoning afflicts neighborhoods across California

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TBR News March 21, 2017

Mar 21 2017

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C. March 20, 2017: “We will be out of the country until March 22. Ed”

Table of Contents

  • NYT’s ‘Tinfoil Hat’ Conspiracy Theory
  • Snitching scandal: Denmark reprimands Turkish envoy over ‘hotline to report on Erdogan critics’
  • ‘Coup in Turkey Was Just a Welcome Pretext’
  • For Donald Trump, a Terror Attack Will Be an Opportunity Not a Curse
  • Roosevelt versus the Jews

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TBR News March 20, 2016

Mar 20 2017

 

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C. March 20, 2017: “We will be out of the country until March 22. Ed”

Table of Contents

  • Exclusive: Almost half of Canadians want illegal border crossers deported – Reuters poll
  • Atlantic City and Miami Beach: two takes on tackling the rising waters
  • ‘Has Erdogan lost his mind?’ Turkish leader’s ‘Nazi measures’ jibe sparks fury in Berlin
  • McCain and Montenegro: The Anatomy of a Conspiracy Theory
  • German FM: Turkey ‘further away than ever’ from joining EU
  • Brexit: What is Article 50? A guide to what happens now
  • Consumer Advisory About Counterfeit Coins
  • How do They watch You? Let me count the ways….

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TBR News March 19, 2017

Mar 19 2017

The Voice of the White House

Washington, D.C. March 19, 2017: ”The 9/11 atacks were carried out by Saudis, recruited by one of their police officials, at the specific request of former President George H.W. Bush. Bush and Rove (and three others) wanted a “Reichstag Fire” incident to gain unqustioned American public support for draconian control laws. The then-President, George W. Bush was prepared to introduce and organize the implementation of programs designed to maintain the right wing Republicans in political power.

Only the unforeseen crash of the hijacked airliner that was slated to crash into the Capitol building in Washington when Congress was in session (decimating legislators and permitting the President to rule by decree until some possible future date) caused the plot to fail.

The Saudis creates ISIS so they could establish a Sunni empire and the Americans trained and armed them to please the oil-rich Saudis. But ISIS became savage, butchering rival Shi’ites, so there was a response in the West that lead to both Russian and American air attacks on ISIS, attacks that both interdicted their expansionist activities and killed them in large numbers

The air attacks on ISIS have so enraged this group that in retaliation they have ordered their members to carry out civilian attacks in Western countries.

Such attacks are virtually impossible to defend against.”

 

Table of Contents

  • Islamic Terrorism and the United States
  • Protection for student loan defaulters rolled back
  • Jesus Exposed
  • Germany rejects Trump claim it owes Nato and US ‘vast sums’ for defence
  • Germany threatens legal action if US hikes import tax
  • S. Supreme Court’s ideological balance at stake in confirmation fight
  • Erdogan wants Balkans as ‘leverage’ on Europe: expertTurkey is seeking to gain more influence in the Balkans.
  • Contrasting Tales of Two Besieged Cities
  • Popped Pimp May Uncork Warrant Protection for Cellphone Location
  • Latinos Got 77 Percent of Federal Pot Sentences Last Year
  • Door-Busting Drug Raids Leave a Trail of Blood

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