Monday, October 9, 2017

Trump’s Meltdown Now Makes Sense, Mueller Meets with Key Witness That Could End it All


New reports reveal that Special Counsel Robert Mueller met with Christopher Steele, former British spy and author of the infamous Trump/Russia dossier, back in August.

The contact with Steele could help Mueller and his team determine what, if any, of the contact between Trump’s campaign and Russian operatives, was illegal.

CNN reports that FBI and the US intelligence community took the infamous Steele dossier much more seriously than publicly acknowledged.
The CIA and the FBI took Steele’s research so seriously that they chose to keep it out of the publicly-released January report pertaining to Russian meddling in the election. The agencies specifically did this to not reveal which parts of the dossier they had corroborated and how.

CNN goes on to report:
This contrasts with attempts by President Donald Trump and some lawmakers to discredit Steele and the memos he produced.

Ever since the dossier came to light in January, Trump and his allies have repeatedly insisted that it is a complete work of fiction. He told The New York Times this summer that the dossier “was totally made-up stuff.” In a series of tweets earlier this year, Trump said the memos were written by a “failed spy” who had relied on “totally made-up facts by sleazebag political operatives.”

While the most salacious allegations in the dossier haven’t been verified, its broad assertion that Russia waged a campaign to interfere in the election is now accepted as fact by the US intelligence community. CNN also reported earlier this year that US investigators have corroborated some aspects of the dossier, specifically that some of the communications among foreign nationals mentioned in the memos did actually take place.

The above article is self explanatory and hardly needs any elaboration. This new revelation would now expedite Muller’s long awaited report to draw the conclusion and the public might as well wait for the report sooner than as was expected earlier.

Russian forgets that had it not been of the support of US during WWII the existence to day of Russia would have not been in the world map.

This back stabber nation with a dirty disgusting President tried to stab back US thinking it would make Russia great. But on the contrary it has failed to gain its mission. And all the good name it earned with the help of US all these years is washed off with its one criminal deed.

In conclusion, it can be boldly mentioned that such heinous “SIN PARDONS NONE” NOT EVEN ITS FATHER. IT FOLLOW HIM TO HIS GRAVE. And that is what we International Community of Nations would see soon. 

As Its Relationship with China would become dwindling because of it inherent criminal habit of stabbing back who so ever helps it during its rainy day.

China would not leave it to go so easily, Russian should remember this fact. The days of show of power of past days over China is long gone with the winds.    

Friday, October 6, 2017

White House Claims Trump Keeps 'The World From Chaos'

Celeste Katz,Newsweek 2 hours 10 minutes ago
Don't panic: President Donald Trump's spokeswoman says he's got the planet under control.

"I think the president is the one that's keeping the world from chaos," White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders told reporters Friday. "He's got an incredible team around him that's helping him lead that effort, and he's had tremendous accomplishments on the international stage by working with allies and confronting enemies."

Her defense of the president came in response to a question about Republican Senator Bob Corker's assertion that Trump's chief of staff and secretaries of state and defense "help separate our country from chaos."

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The criticism from Corker, who just announced he will not run again in 2018, dovetails with an unusual news conference held earlier this week by Secretary of State Rex Tillerson in the wake of reports that he'd referred to Trump as "a moron" over the summer. Tillerson generally rebuffed the reports by gathering reporters for a Trump praise session, although he didn't directly deny having called the commander-in-chief a dope.

Reporters also peppered Sanders with questions about a nebulous comment Trump made about "the calm before the storm" during a Thursday photo-op with military families. The president had refused to clarify what storm he was talking about, except to say, “you’ll find out" and "we have the world’s great military people." 

Sanders followed suit when pressed and refused to say whether Trump was foreshadowing military action.

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"We're never going to say in advance what the president's going to do, and as he said last night, in addition to those comments, you'll have to wait and see," she said.
How seriously should Americans -- or the nation's adversaries -- take his cryptic line?

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"I think you can take the president protecting the American people always very serious," she said. "If he feels that action is necessary, he'll take it."
Asked about the off-chance that Trump was merely being "mischievous" or even "messing with the press a little bit," Sanders replied that she hadn't said that was the case and that North Korea and Iran continued to be "bad actors" that merit U.S. vigilance.

One reporter at the White House briefing questioned whether leaving an unclarified statement out there might be counterproductive if the president is as bent on not tipping his hand in international affairs as he says.
Sanders came to his defense once more, suggesting he hadn't shown his cards. 










Monday, September 18, 2017

North Korea says sanctions will accelerate nuclear programme

  • 1 hour ago

  • From the section Asia


Image copyright AFP/Getty Image caption Kim Jong-un and top military officials celebrated Friday's missile launch

North Korea has warned that more sanctions and pressure will only make it accelerate its nuclear programme.

In a strongly worded statement, Pyongyang called a new set of UN sanctions "the most vicious, unethical and inhumane act of hostility".

Meanwhile, the presidents of the US and China committed to "maximising pressure" on the North through vigorous enforcement of UN resolutions.

Earlier, the US and South Korea carried out joint military exercises.

North Korea fired its latest missile over Japan on Friday. It travelled 3,700km (2,299 miles), putting the US Pacific territory of Guam, which North Korea says it has a plan to target, within reach.

The launch followed a fresh round of UN sanctions and was unanimously condemned by the UN Security Council as "highly provocative".

What has North Korea said?

The foreign ministry statement, carried by the country's official news agency KCNA, said: "The increased moves of the US and its vassal forces to impose sanctions and pressure on the DPRK [Democratic People's Republic of Korea] will only increase our pace towards the ultimate completion of the state nuclear force."

It also said that the goal of the new UN sanctions, approved on 11 September, was to "physically exterminate" the country's people, system and government.

The sanctions are an attempt to starve North Korea of fuel and income for its weapons programmes, and restrict oil imports and ban textile exports.

The fresh measures followed the sixth and most powerful nuclear test conducted by Pyongyang earlier this month.

But some critics have raised questions over the effectiveness of the restrictions, as North Korea is still able to trade internationally.

The country's commerce with China, its main ally, was partially responsible for an estimated economic growth of 3.9% last year, Bloomberg news agency reports.

How is the world responding?

The issue of North Korea's weapons programme is expected to dominate US President Donald Trump's address at the UN General Assembly and his meetings with the leaders of South Korea and Japan.

Mr Trump previously warned that "all options" were on the table and that North Korea would face "fire and fury" if it continued to threaten the US.

Media captionTrump is to make his debut at the UN General Assembly: Will he listen or lecture?

In a phone call on Monday, Mr Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping committed to "maximising pressure on North Korea through vigorous enforcement" of UN Security Council resolutions, the White House said.

Washington has repeatedly urged Beijing to take more direct action to rein in Pyongyang, while China says the US should refrain from issuing more threats.

Russia has also criticised what it describes as "aggressive rhetoric" from the US.

China and Russia only agreed to the new UN sanctions after they were softened by Washington.

Meeting on the sidelines of UN General Assembly, the foreign ministers of both countries reaffirmed their call that the crisis should be resolved by diplomacy, a statement from Russia's foreign ministry said.

What about US-South Korea military drills?

The US military carried out an aerial military drill on Monday with South Korea near the border between the Koreas, the defence ministry in Seoul said.

The drill was to "demonstrate the deterrence capability of the US-South Korea alliance against North Korea's nuclear and missile threats", it added.

Image copyright AFP/Getty Image caption US and South Korean jets carried out a joint military drill

Defence Minister Song Young-moo told a parliamentary hearing that the exercises were being conducted "two to three times a month these days", Reuters news agency reports.

In other developments:

  • China and Russia began a joint naval exercise east of the Korean peninsula but it is unclear if it is linked to current tensions in the region

  • Spain said it was expelling the North Korean ambassador. The move follows similar decisions by Peru and Mexico and comes after the US urged international action against the country. Kuwait has reportedly decided to take the same measure

  • US Defence Secretary Jim Mattis said at the Pentagon there were military options to address the North Korean crisis that would not put the South Korean capital, Seoul, at grave risk. But he declined to give details



What is this that means to USA that North Korea threatened to the World’sLone Super power with that confident?

Is this what we nation would be forced to gulp because of this criminal President who has left nothing upturned stone to invite abusive language to be hurled at our motherland.

And yet we are to call this son of a filthy dirty swine President of the country who smeared the bright reputation of our motherland to it lowest ebb down to the deep oceanfloor. Our Pride and high head brought down to earth by this bloody rascal by his talk as directed by his father the Russian President bloody PUTIN.


This bastard ultimately sold our country to foreign country’s authorities for a few coin.  This GRAND SON OF A PIMP  that to day he proved that a MEMBER OF PIMP DYNASTY of whores can never be fit for the post of a President of the lone super power. It is extremely shameful that we have a highly intellectual corrupt sex scandalous bastard as our President of the country. It is simply disgusting.

In conclusion I would request the investigators to kindly draw an end of the investigations and stop this racist bloody idiot from harassing the nation in front of the International community of nations any further. 

If you all can, please see that he is prosecuted on charges of treachery with the country and the nation by colluding with a foreign enemy country Russia to become the President of US. And lying outright to save his associates of Republican Party ‘s, Zionists lawmakers particularly Mitch McConnel the Senate Majority Leader  and the Speaker of the Congress Ryan Paul  at the earliest..  


09/17/2017 05:21 pm ET

Rohingya Muslims Beg Myanmar Authorities For Safe Passage

“We’re terrified. We’ll starve soon and they’re threatening to burn down our houses,” one villager told Reuters.

SITTWE, Myanmar, Sept 17 (Reuters) – Thousands of Rohingya Muslims in violence-racked northwest Myanmar are pleading with authorities for safe passage from two remote villages that are cut off by hostile Buddhists and running short of food.

“We’re terrified,” Maung Maung, a Rohingya official at Ah Nauk Pyin village, told Reuters by telephone. “We’ll starve soon and they’re threatening to burn down our houses.”

Another Rohingya contacted by Reuters, who asked not to be named, said ethnic Rakhine Buddhists came to the same village and shouted, “Leave, or we will kill you all.”

Fragile relations between Ah Nauk Pyin and its Rakhine neighbors were shattered on Aug. 25, when deadly attacks by Rohingya militants in Rakhine State prompted a ferocious response from Myanmar’s security forces.

At least 430,000 Rohingya have since fled into neighboring Bangladesh to evade what the United Nations has called a “textbook example of ethnic cleansing.”

About a million Rohingya lived in Rakhine State until the recent violence. Most face draconian travel restrictions and are denied citizenship in a country where many Buddhists regard them as illegal immigrants from Bangladesh.

Tin Maung Swe, secretary of the Rakhine State government, told Reuters he was working closely with the Rathedaung authorities, and had received no information about the Rohingya villagers’ plea for safe passage.

“There is nothing to be concerned about,” he said when asked about local tensions. “Southern Rathedaung is completely safe.”

National police spokesman Myo Thu Soe said he also had no information about the Rohingya villages but that he would look into the matter.

Asked to comment, a spokeswoman for the U.S. State Department’s East Asia Bureau made no reference to the situation in the villages, but said the United States was calling “urgently” for Myanmar’s security forces “to act in accordance with the rule of law and to stop the violence and displacement suffered by individuals from all communities.”

“Tens of thousands of people reportedly lack adequate food, water, and shelter in northern Rakhine State,” spokeswoman Katina Adams said. “The government should act immediately to assist them.”

Adams said Patrick Murphy, the U.S. deputy assistant secretary of state for East Asia, would reiterate grave U.S. concern about the situation in Rakhine when he meets senior officials in Myanmar this week.Britain is to host a ministerial meeting on Monday on the sidelines of the annual U.N. General Assembly in New York to discuss the situation in Rakhine.

Cathal McNaughton / Reuters

Rohingya cross a swollen river at a refugee camp in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, September 17, 2017.


Ah Nauk Pyin sits on a mangrove-fringed peninsula in Rathedaung, one of three townships in northern Rakhine State. The villagers say they have no boats.

Until three weeks ago, there were 21 Muslim villages in Rathedaung, along with three camps for Muslims displaced by previous bouts of religious violence. Sixteen of those villages and all three camps have since been emptied and in many cases burnt, forcing an estimated 28,000 Rohingya to flee.

Rathedaung’s five surviving Rohingya villages and their 8,000 or so inhabitants are encircled by Rakhine Buddhists and acutely vulnerable, say human rights monitors.

The situation is particularly dire in Ah Nauk Pyin and nearby Naung Pin Gyi, where any escape route to Bangladesh is long, arduous, and sometimes blocked by hostile Rakhine neighbors.

Maung Maung, the Rohingya official, said the villagers were resigned to leaving but the authorities had not responded to their requests for security. At night, he said, villagers had heard distant gunfire.

“It’s better they go somewhere else,” said Thein Aung, a Rathedaung official, who dismissed Rohingya allegations that Rakhines were threatening them.

Only two of the Aug. 25 attacks by the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army (ARSA) took place in Rathedaung. But the township was already a tinderbox of religious tension, with ARSA citing the mistreatment of Rohingya there as one justification for its offensive.

In late July, Rakhine residents of a large, mixed village in northern Rathedaung corraled hundreds of Rohingya inside their neighborhood, blocking access to food and water.

A similar pattern is repeating itself in southern Rathedaung, with local Rakhine citing possible ARSA infiltration as a reason for ejecting the last remaining Rohingya.

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Shading crocodile tears by the world powers are nothing but a fraudulent act of treachery to the human beings and the humanity. It is their creation of ethnic killing in particular where there is Muslims by this group claiming to be the policeman of the world for the safety and security OF THE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY OF NATIONS.

But in reality it is they who ignite the Fire of killings and after the fire has almost wiped of a segment of the Muslims they outburst into shading crocodile tears to hide their filthy acts of terrorism.

They do it through a bloody motherfuckers kicked out Zionists from the homeland of Germany. The Myanmar Generals Russia directly, UK, and French through the motherfucker Zionists leader Netanyahu PM of Israel.

Bloody well stop this fake crying and stop this killing. Bloody rascal if you can’t do it then get out of the so called policing the world. Disgusting filthy nations running the world as the protector of safety and security of the world. The bloody thieves, thugs and cold blooded murders.

A naked impotent bloody organization United Nation. All these permanent members the noted criminals should resign. And break down the UN structure. It would be better to have nothing then an ass sucker of the criminal UN.

How funny we have a genocide criminal as the Chairman of UN law affairs of the world. Can you now believe this bastards the Zionist those who were responsible for the Holocaust have been made the Chairman of the legal section of UN why is to protect the criminal police men of the world indirectly the criminals.

The Myanmar Generals those who are responsible must be arrested on charges of committal of genocide and tried in Hague ICC and punished.

Immediate investigation against the genocide of Rohinga be started by Human Rights Commission. Why were they waiting? To see the fun!