North Koreans in the dark about Trump summit – but officials know ‘he’s crazy’…
Global stocks climb after Xi promises trade reforms
Markets around the world are rallying Tuesday morning after Chinese President Xi Jinping delivered a speech pledging to significantly lower tariffs on imported cars and emphasizing that China wants a “greater balance of international payments.”
The British Empire Is Un-Masked, But Desperate
The British Imperial Lords are in a state of shock. Their frantic effort to save the Empire came crashing down Tuesday when the scientists at Porton Down refused to lie for the Empire — refused to say that the nerve agent in the Skripal case came from Russia. Recall that it was David Kelly, the head of the Defence Microbiology Division at Porton Down and a member of the inspection team in Iraq, who blew the whistle on Tony Blair’s “sexed up” dossier claiming that Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction. As a scientist he refused to lie. Kelly was “suicided” as a result, and the illegal and genocidal war went on.
This time, neither George W. Bush nor Barack Obama are around to provide cover for the Empire’s lies. President Trump, to the dismay of the British and American oligarchs and press whores, has refused to say (or tweet) a word about the Russian role in the Skripal case. He spoke to Putin afrter the incident without mentioning it, and, just yesterday, told the press yet again that “getting along with Russia is a good thing, not a bad thing.”
President Trump: “We are not in a trade war with China, that war was lost many years ago”
Despite President Trump previously calling the US’ relationship with China “one-sided”, Trump once again insisted there is no impending trade war. Taking to Twitter this morning, the president tweeted: “We are not in a trade war with China, that war was lost many years ago by the foolish, or incompetent, people who represented the U.S. Now we have a Trade Deficit of $500 Billion a year, with Intellectual Property Theft of another $300 Billion. We cannot let this continue!”
TEPCO is finally admitting that Fukushima radiation has been leaking to the Pacific Ocean all along. And it’s NOT over….
Tokyo: Japan’s embattled prime minister hit back today at critics over a favouritism and cover-up scandal that has seen his popularity plunge and loosened his iron grip on power. In a hotly…
Russia‘s EU ambassador has suggested a UK research laboratory could be the source of the nerve agent used…
Hillary Clinton had another embarrassing tumble in India while on her endless book tour.
A cronyism scandal engulfing the Japanese government has taken a dark turn, with reports that a finance official left a note before his suicide saying that he was forced to rewrite crucial records.…
China Reveals Largest Defense Budget In Three Years
China’s government has been relatively vocal in transforming itself into a serious threat against the West — by modernizing its military in anticipation of future wars with Washington. It it therefore not surprising when the official Xinhua news agency reports that China will increase its defense budget by 8.1 percent in 2018, up marginally from last year’s 7 percent.
China has undoubtedly given America’s military-industrial complex and clueless politicians in Washington a stern message, by increasing its defense budget to the highest levels in more than three years, even as the country insists it does not mean harm.
According to the annual budget report, submitted to the first session of the 13th National People’s Congress Monday, the 2018 defense budget will be 1.11 trillion yuan (approximately 175 billion U.S. dollars). In 2017, the country spent roughly 1.02 trillion yuan (approximately 161.87 billion dollars) on its military budget in 2017, or about 1.3 percent of its gross domestic product (GDP).
The United States is the only country that outpaces China in defense spending, with the Pentagon’s expenditures exceeding four times Beijing’s, according to the latest report of the 2018 Military Budgets via the London-based International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS).
In a speech at an annual Meeting of China’s National People’s Congress, Premier Li Keqiang suggested the country faced “profound changes in the national security environment,” requiring a stronger military.
As we stated before the conference, geopolitical strategists are concerned about President Xi Jinping aggressive military buildup and power grab, which has put Beijing on a crash course for military conflict with Washington.
“In the Asia-Pacific, the dominant role of the United States in a political and military sense will have to be readjusted,” said Cui Liru, former president of the China Institutes of Contemporary International Relations, a think tank under the Ministry of State Security that often reflects official thinking. “It doesn’t mean U.S. interests must be sacrificed. But if the U.S. insists on a dominant role forever, that’s a problem.”
Free Energy Breakthrough in Russia
Remember too though that the U.S. also has free energy technology, but has chosen not to release it……
Russian scientists have successfully created a technology that can alter the protons of an atom and change the atom itself, making one element from another. The breakthrough was announced in Geneva, Switzerland by the Swiss Press Club and can be viewed on their website.
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North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has agreed to stop nuclear and missile tests if his country holds talks with the United States on denuclearizing the Korean peninsula.
Article by WN.Com Correspondent Dallas Darling
“No one has listened to us. You listen to us now.” – Russian President Vladimir Putin
Although one of the first experiments of the 1969 Apollo lunar landing mission has been largely lost to history, let alone completely censored in the United States, it’s something Russian President Vladimir Putin can’t forget.
To be sure, the former KBG strongman still recalls Soviet intelligence reports detailing how two astronauts, Neil Armstrong and Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin, set up an array of small reflectors on the moon and faced them toward the Earth.
Meanwhile, back on Earth – which is 240,000 miles from the Moon – two teams of astrophysicists located at observatories in California and Texas proceeded to take careful notes regarding where, exactly, the two astronauts were when they set down the mirrors on the Moon.
The reason was to point a telescope at that precise location and to send a small pulse of power into the tiny piece of hardware the astrophysicists had added to their telescope.
Inside the telescope, a beam of “extraordinarily pure red light” emerged from a crystal of synthetic ruby, pierced the sky, and entered the near vacuum of space traveling at the speed of light. The laser beam took less than two seconds to hit the mirrors left behind on the moon by the astronauts, and then the same amount of time to travel back to earth, where the astrophysicists detected its beam.1
Years before President Ronald Reagan’s Star Wars Program, DARPA and NASA had already started working on placing weapons in space that would be mounted with laser beams.
Not Your Ordinary Bayonet’s and Horses
Israeli media: Close Netanyahu aide turns state witness
JERUSALEM (AP) — A third confidant of Benjamin Netanyahu has agreed to turn state witness and testify against the prime minister, who faces a wave of corruption allegations, Israeli media reported Monday.
Various outlets say longtime Netanyahu family spokesman Nir Hefetz agreed to testify in return for a more lenient punishment. He joins Shlomo Filber, another long-time aide, enmeshed in scandal. Both are under arrest on suspicion of promoting regulation worth hundreds of millions of dollars to Israel’s Bezeq telecom company