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Russia & China Bond Together against Western Subversion

In the forty-first edition of the Russian Newspapers Monitor, Professor Filip Kovacevic discusses the articles from four Russian newspapers: Nezavisimaya Gazeta, Izvestia, Rossiyskaya Gazeta, and Pravda. He discusses the exponentially growing military, economic, and energy ties between Russia and China, focusing on the recent visit to China by one of the top Russian officials and Putin's long-time friend and associate, Nikolai Patrushev. In addition, he examines how geopolitics and sports are linked together in the Russian political and media sphere and how Gennady Zyuganov, the leader of the largest opposition party in Russia, the Communist party, thinks Russia should respond to the new U.S. economic sanctions.

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Nezavisimaya Gazeta – July 28, 2017

Izvestia – July 31, 2017

Rossiykaya Gazeta – August 1, 2017

Pravda – August 1, 2017

Yuri Drozdov: The Mastermind of the Soviet Deep Undercover Spying Program

In the second edition of the new monthly show produced by Newsbud Tales from the Russian Intelligence, Professor Filip Kovacevic discusses the life and writings of Yuri Drozdov, a KGB major general who passed away in Moscow on June 21, 2017 at the age of 91. Drozdov was one of the masterminds of the Soviet deep undercover operations in the West. He was the long-time head of the legendary KGB Department ‘S’ which prepared and directed the so-called Illegal agents who operated under fake identities in the U.S. and Western Europe. Professor Kovacevic looks at several imaginative KGB operations run by Drozdov as described in his memoir “Fiction Excluded: Notes of the Chief of Illegal Intelligence,” and various TV and print interviews. This is the first time most of this material is discussed in English. Do not miss this exclusive edition of Tales from the Russian Intelligence!

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Юрй И. Дроздов [Yuri Drozdov]. Вымысел исключён: Записки начальника нелегальной разведки [Fiction Excluded: Notes of the Chief of Illegal Intelligence]. — Мoсква [Moscow]: ОЛМА-Пресс, 2000.

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The Age of No Privacy: The Surveillance State Shifts Into High Gear

The government has become an expert in finding ways to sidestep what it considers “inconvenient laws” aimed at ensuring accountability and thereby bringing about government transparency and protecting citizen privacy. Indeed, it has mastered the art of stealth maneuvers and end-runs around the Constitution. It knows all too well how to hide its nefarious, covert, clandestine activities behind the classified language of national security and terrorism. And when that doesn’t suffice, it obfuscates, complicates, stymies or just plain bamboozles the public into remaining in the dark. Case in point: the National Security Agency has been diverting “internet traffic, normally safeguarded by constitutional protections, overseas in order to conduct unrestrained data collection on Americans.” It’s extraordinary rendition all over again, only this time it’s surveillance being outsourced instead of torture.

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“NSA's use of 'traffic shaping' allows unrestrained spying on Americans,” ZDNet

“More Than 50 Countries Helped the CIA Outsource Torture,” Wired

“File Says N.S.A. Found Way to Replace Email Program,” The New York Times

“Legal loopholes could allow wider NSA surveillance, researchers say,” CBS News

“NSA broke into Yahoo and Google data centers around world, report says,” CBS News

“NSA Ends Sept. 11-Era Surveillance Program,” NPR

“10 ways America has come to resemble a banana republic,” Salon

“Microsoft to follow Amazon into UK with cloud hosting service,” PC World

“Our Partners,” Domestic Surveillance Directorate

“The NSA is watching. So are Google and Facebook,” Los Angeles Times

“Dystopia, Digital Detoxes, And How 'Black Mirror' Helps Us Make Sense Of The Apple Watch,” Forbes

“Forget Credit Cards, Now You Can Pay With Your Eyes,” Smithsonian

“Rise of 'voiceprint' ID technology has privacy campaigners concerned,” The Guardian

“Google’s secret NSA alliance: The terrifying deals between Silicon Valley and the security state,” Salon

“The Details About the CIA's Deal With Amazon,” The Atlantic

“ATT, Verizon, Sprint Are Paid Cash By NSA For Your Private Communications,” Forbes

“What You Need To Know About The NSA Reform Bill Passing Through Congress,” ThinkProgress

The Age of No Privacy: The Surveillance State Shifts Into High Gear

Battlefield America: The War on the American People

Rutherford Institute

India Blinks! Soros in Asia; and Pattycake with Miles Kwok

The Bhutan situation may not be developing to India’s advantage; Marawi, meet Mosul; George Soros and his European multilateral intervention model explore opportunities in Asia; and Miles Kwok plays pattycake with the New York Times as they parallel construct the Wang Qishan corruption story.

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Both India, China should pull back troops for talks: Sushma Swaraj in Parliament

Pentagon urges India, China to reduce tensions through direct dialogue

Chinese army carries out military exercise on Tibet plateau

Bhutan can solve its border problem with China—if India lets it

Why is the India-China border stand-off escalating?

Marawi extremists have upgraded weapons, logistics, tactics

Marawi, the “East Asia Waliyah”, and Indonesia

Behind a Chinese Powerhouse, a Web of Family Financial Ties

Mingjing Interview with Miles Kwok, part 4 (Chinese)

American Horror Story: The Shameful Truth About the Government’s Secret Experiments

It’s easy to denounce the full-frontal horrors carried out by the scientific and medical community within a totalitarian regime such as Nazi Germany. However, what do you do with a government that claims to be a champion of human rights while allowing its agents to engage in the foulest and most despicable acts of torture, abuse and human experimentation? Mind you, the U.S. government has seldom had its citizens’ best interests at heart. The government didn’t have our best interests at heart when it passed laws subjecting us to all kinds of invasive searches and surveillance, and censoring our speech and stifling our expression. It didn’t have our best interests at heart when it turned America into a battlefield and transformed law enforcement agencies into extensions of the military. Certainly the government did not have our best interests at heart when it conducted secret experiments on an unsuspecting populace—citizens and noncitizens alike—making healthy people sick by spraying them with chemicals, injecting them with infectious diseases and exposing them to airborne toxins. Bottom line: a government that repeatedly lies, breaks the laws, overreaches its authority and abuses its power can’t be trusted.

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“Ugly past of U.S. human experiments uncovered,” Associated Press

“NAZI MEDICAL EXPERIMENTS,” U.S. Holocaust Museum

“Secret World War II Chemical Experiments Tested Troops By Race,” NPR

“The Legacy of the CIA’s Secret LSD Experiments on America,” Time

“The Department of Homeland Security Will Test Bioterror Airflow in New York Subway System,” New York Magazine

“Spray-On DNA "Barcode" Tracks Harmful Chemicals,” Inside Science

“DNAtrax tracks tainted food with molecular bar code,” Gizmag

“DHS: A wasteful, growing, fear-mongering beast,” The Washington Post

“Secret Testing in the United States,” PBS

“When Prince Took on Reagan—And Chemtrails,” Daily Beast

“'One of the largest human experiments in history' was conducted on unsuspecting residents of San Francisco,” Business Insider

“President Obama Orders Behavioral Experiments On American Public,” Daily Caller

 American Horror Story: The Shameful Truth About the Government’s Secret Experiments

Battlefield America: The War on the American People

Rutherford Institute

Space War: Feeding the Military Industrial Complex

The chairman of the Armed Services Committee, Rep. Mike Rogers, is leading a push to militarize space. He wants to create a new arm of the military dedicated to confronting Russia and China. On this edition of The Geopolitical Report, we examine the Space Corps plan, part of a budget package that will deliver nearly $700 billion in funding to the military, billions more than requested by the Trump administration. The plan provides for combat-ready space forces that will fight wars in outer space. Systems proposed for space warfare range from measures as simple as ground and space-based anti-missiles to railguns, space based lasers, orbital mines, and similar weaponry. Despite rhetoric from supporters and the propaganda media, the United States holds a clear technology lead and spends at least 10 times more on military space operations than every other country on earth combined. If adopted, the Space Corps will largely benefit the military establishment and the military industrial complex and put the people of earth in further danger of never-ending war.

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Government debates need for military Space Corps

Lamborn-backed space corps proposal raising concerns

United Launch Alliance

Atlas 5 rocket launches secret military payload

The classified Space Shuttle missions

Unmanned U.S. Air Force space plane lands after secret, two-year mission

NASA hacker: I found evidence America has Deep Space Warships

Space warfare

Stop The Fearmongering Over War In Space: The Sky’s Not Falling, Part 1

Stopping The Slide Towards A War In Space: The Sky’s Not Falling, Part 2

Space Posture Review Key Points & Facts

Rising Budget Stakes for Space Warfare

Musk’s SpaceX Joins the Military

Weapons & Energy: Putin-Erdogan Alliance

In the thirty-ninth edition of the Russian Newspapers Monitor, Professor Filip Kovacevic discusses the articles from four Russian newspapers: Nezavisimaya Gazeta, Izvestia, Vedomosti, and Kommersant. He discusses the weapons and energy deals currently being made between Russia and Turkey, the efforts by the Russian government to combat the falsification of the World War II history now rampant in the anti-Russian regimes in Eastern Europe, and the recent high-level negotiations of the U.S. and Russian diplomats in Washington, DC that seem to have led nowhere.

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Nezavisimaya Gazeta – July 17, 2017

Izvestia – July 18, 2017

Vedomosti – July 19, 2017

Kommersant – July 19, 2017

Bumrushing China Containment in India and Australia

This week on Newsbud’s China Watch: Bumrushing China Containment in India and Australia.  What’s really going on between the Indian Army and the PLA in Bhutan?  Spoiler: it’s not a threat south to the Siliguri Corridor.  It’s competition between China and India east west along the Himalayan tier.  We’ll also take a look at Australia’s 50 billion dollar submarine screw-up, and find out who’s blocking Australia’s promotion to a full-fledged member of the China containment quadrilateral…and why.  And Is Liu Xiaobo’s death a case of medical murder?

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A Third Update on Lawyer Li Chunfu: He Was Drugged in Custody

Carcinogenisis in Rats by Aflatoxins B1, G1, and B2

India’s Deaf Ear to Demands Will Worsen Doklam Standoff: Chinese Media

For a Chinese toehold in Bhutan

Nepal’s OBOR Railway Dreams

India blocks Australian bid to join Exercise Malabar naval war games

French subs builder’s record of corruption

Scorpene Scandal Gathers Stream in France

Another Scorpene submarine scandal

The Malaysian Scorpene Submarine Affair

Abishek Verma files criminal defamation case against Advani

French officials probing bribes in Brazil submarine deal – reports

Why did we agree to pay too much for French submarines?

Malcolm Turbull spruiks submarines with Macron after Abbott’s call for rethink

Execution by Firing Squad: The Militarized Police State Opens Fire

Legally owning a gun in America could get you killed by a government agent. While it still technically remains legal to own a firearm in America, possessing one can now get you pulled over, searched, arrested, subjected to all sorts of surveillance, treated as a suspect without ever having committed a crime, shot at and killed. This same rule does not apply to government agents, however, who are armed to the hilt and rarely given more than a slap on the wrists for using their weapons to shoot and kill American citizens.

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“Police Shooting Innocent People Is One of the Most Common Forms of Gun Violence—It's Time We Understood That,” AlterNet

Tom Jackson, “Gun owner unarmed, unwelcome in Maryland,” The Tampa Tribune

Wynton Hall, “Washington State Bill to Search Gun Owner Homes First Introduced in 2005,” Breitbart

Jonathan Turley, “ACLU Files On Behalf Of Gun Owner Abusively Arrested By Philadelphia Police,” Jonathan Turley

David Sherfinski, “NRA: Federal surveillance policies could lead to gun registry,” Washington Times

Claire Healey, “NEW SMARTPHONE APP INVADES GUN OWNERS’ PRIVACY,” American Spectator

“U.S. Supreme Court Rejects Appeal in Second Amendment Case, Refuses to Prohibit Police from Using Lawful Gun Ownership as a Trigger for ‘No-Knock’ Police Raids,” The Rutherford Institute

Christopher Ingraham, “1 in 13 people killed by guns are killed by police,” The Washington Post

David French, “The Philando Castile Verdict Was a Miscarriage of Justice,” National Review

“Police Fatally Shoot Man During Traffic Stop, Aftermath Video Posted,” CBS Local

Mark Joseph Stern, “Appeals Court: Officer Who Shot and Killed Innocent Man in His Own Home Cannot Be Sued,” Slate

David French, “A Sad Supreme Court Case Highlights the Need for Smarter Second Amendment Jurisprudence,” National Review

Tom Jackson, “Gun owner unarmed, unwelcome in Maryland,” The Tampa Tribune

Adam Liptak, “A Liberal Case for Gun Rights Sways Judiciary,” The New York Times

Eloise Lee and Robert Johnson, “The Department Of Homeland Security Is Buying 450 Million New Bullets,” Business Insider

“Request for Quote for Ammunition,” Federal Business Opportunities

Michael Shank and Elizabeth Beavers, “America’s police are looking more and more like the military,” The Guardian

Peter Baker and Michael D. Shear, “Obama to ‘Put Everything I’ve Got’ Into Gun Control,” New York Times

Robert Johnson, “11 Incredible Weapons That Only America Has,” Business Insider

Thomas Jefferson, “Thomas Jefferson, Resolutions Relative to the Alien and Sedition Acts”

 Adam Gabbatt and Jon Swaine, “Times Square car crash driver told New York police he 'heard voices,'” The Guardian

Laurel Wamsley, “White Supremacist Charged With Killing 2 In Portland, Ore., Knife Attack,” NPR

Joseph Straw In Washington , Rocco Parascandola , Bev Ford And Chelsia Rose Marcius In Boston AND Larry Mcshane, “Bombs at Boston Marathon were made from pressure cookers and ball bearings,” NY Daily News

Awr Hawkins, “Study: Concealed Carry Saves Lives, Assault Weapon Ban Ineffective,” Breitbart

Kevin Carson, “Some Observations on the Gun Control Debate,” Counter Punch

Norman Cameron and R.H. Stevens, Hitler’s Table Talk 1941 – 1944: His Private Conversations

Execution by Firing Squad: The Militarized Police State Opens Fire

Battlefield America: The War on the American People

Rutherford Institute

Project Mind Control: The CIA and Nazi Interrogation

On this edition of The Geopolitical Report, we delve into the dark art of mind control and its use in torture as practiced by the Nazis and passed on to the CIA. From Operation Paperclip to MK Ultra and beyond, Nazi scientists and their American counterparts collaborating with the CIA experimented on often unwitting subjects, dosing them with drugs, including LSD and mescaline, in an effort to control the mind and also enhance torture at a time when the Soviet Union and communist China were practicing brainwashing techniques. Despite inducing mental illness in victims, and in at least two cases causing death, the programs continued for years, and possibly up until the present day.

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Operation Paperclip Casefile

What Cold War CIA Interrogators Learned from the Nazis

Operation Paperclip: The Secret Intelligence Program that Brought Nazi Scientists to America

US Has Killed More Than 20 Million People in 37 “Victim Nations” Since World War II

Operation Paperclip offshoots: LSD & Torture experiments

1951–1960s: Dr. Henry K. Beecher, CIA collaborator in use of psychoactive drugs for torture

Project MKUltra

Senate Report on MKUltra

One of the Most Shocking CIA Programs of All Time: Project MKUltra

CIA’s Denial of Protecting Nazis is Blatant Lie - Part 1

Nazis Were Given ‘Safe Haven’ in U.S., Report Says

Ex-CIA chief revitalizes 'truth serum' debate

The CIA Did Not Drug Detainees Before Interrogations, Says the CIA

Despite Trump-Putin Agreements, NATO Continues with Aggressive Plans

In the thirty-eighth edition of the Russian Newspapers Monitor, Professor Filip Kovacevic discusses the articles from four Russian newspapers: Rossiyskaya Gazeta, Nezavisimaya Gazeta, Izvestia, and Komsomolskaya Pravda. He discusses the Russian reactions to the Trump-Putin meeting during the G-20 Summit in Hamburg, Germany, the aggressive NATO plans to incorporate Ukraine, which are fully endorsed by the Kiev government, the departure of the long-time Russian ambassador to the U.S., Sergei Kislyak, and the revival of the intense religious Orthodox Christian sentiments in the Russian population.

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Rossiyskaya Gazeta – July 10, 2017

Nezavisimaya Gazeta – July 11, 2017

Izvestia – July 12, 2017

Komsomolskaya Pravda – July 11, 2017

It’s Not Just China Containment Anymore…It’s China Rollback

This week on China Watch.  The Most Dangerous Letters in the world are still CPEC.  But don’t forget about SCS and DPRK!  The pot’s boiling in Asia.  It’s no longer Team China Containment.  It’s Team China Rollback, and it’s gearing up for a run at the PRC.  India is making the big move with a confrontation up by Bhutan.

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Who’s going to tell him he can’t?

Current stand-off by China an attempt to change status quo at tri-junction: Shivshankar Menon

Royal Government of Bhutan Ministry of Foreign Affairs June 29, 2017 Press Release

Briefing on the Latest Development in Doklam Area by Political Counselor of Chinese Embassy in India

Jelep-la reopen push from Gurung

With Bhutan Out, Modi’s Plan for South Asian Vehicle Movement Is Down to Three Countries

Regulations for Review of Internet Audio Visual Content (in Chinese)

Danmei –gay fiction – bears brunt of new regulations that espouse socialist values

The Futility of an Armed Revolt: There Will Be No Second American Revolution

What we are now experiencing is a civil war, devised and instigated in part by the U.S. government. The outcome for this particular conflict is already foregone: the police state wins. The objective: compliance and control. The strategy: destabilize the economy through endless wars, escalate racial tensions, polarize the populace, heighten tensions through a show of force, intensify the use of violence, and then, when all hell breaks loose, clamp down on the nation for the good of the people and the security of the nation.

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 “Officials prepare for convention security here,” The Philadelphia Inquirer

“FBI AND POLICE ARE KNOCKING ON ACTIVISTS’ DOORS AHEAD OF REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CONVENTION,” The Intercept

“Gov’t Amasses Riot Police, Military Gear, And Opens Makeshift Prisons To Prepare For RNC,” MintPress News

“Cleveland activists wary of city plans to process thousands of arrests,” Reuters

“Report: Military may have to quell domestic violence from economic collapse,” Raw Story

“Remember the DHS Right Wing Extremist Report?” Daily KOS

“DHS Reports: Greatest Threat Is Domestic Right-Wing Extremism, Not ISIS,” FOX News Insider

“EPA, FDA stocking up on body armor during President Obama’s watch,” The Washington Times

“DHS ‘fusion centers’ portrayed as pools of ineptitude and civil liberties intrusions,” The Washington Post

“The 24 ways we're tracked on a regular basis reveal something disturbing about the future,” Tech Insider

“Why Operation Jade Helm 15 is freaking out the Internet — and why it shouldn’t be,” The Washington Post

“Covert warfare coming to Texas sparks some fears of federal takeover,” Houston Chronicle

“I thought he was going to shoot me.’ Unsuspecting middle school students terrified by active shooter drill,” The Washington Post

“Extract from Thomas Jefferson to William Stephens Smith,” (November 13, 1787)

“DHS intelligence report warns of domestic right-wing terror threat,” CNN

“NSA surveillance exposed,” CBS News

“Blacklisted,” The Intercept

“The Growing Right-Wing Terror Threat,” The New York Times

“Why the police in Baton Rouge look like they’re dressed for war,” The Washington Post

The Futility of an Armed Revolt: There Will Be No Second American Revolution

Battlefield America: The War on the American People

Rutherford Institute

 

NSC-68 and the National Security State

National Security Council Paper NSC-68 was classified until 1975. The top secret report, completed by the Department of State’s Policy Planning Staff on April 7, 1950, set the stage for the creation of the military industrial complex. On this edition of The Geopolitical Report, we look at how the national security state and the military industrial complex are responsible for the death of between 20 and 30 million people, a toll that may rival Nazi Germany. By fiscal year 2015, military spending accounted for 54 percent of all federal discretionary spending. The Cold War average was $450 billion and this year the House Armed Services committee said it plans to set the topline of the House's annual defense authorization bill to $640 billion, along with a $65 billion war budget. The CIA has acted as the vanguard for illegal wars, both overt and proxy, and the NSA is now a premier surveillance behemoth that pries into every aspect of our lives.

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Show Notes

NSC-68, 1950

America Programmed for War: Cause and Solution

90% of All Deaths In War Are CIVILIANS

US Has Killed More Than 20 Million People in 37 “Victim Nations” Since World War II

National Suicide: Military Aid to the Soviet Union

The Tyranny of Defense Inc.

Military Spending in the United States

Budget Snapshot: Average Annual Defense Spending by Administration

Congress proposes defense budget $37 billion higher than Trump's

Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

War on Terror Facts, Costs and Timeline

Fighting Terrorism With a Credit Card

The True Cost of the War on Terror

White Twilight, Ameristralia Edition

This week on China Watch: White Twilight Ameristralia Edition!  America copes with its declining clout in Asia with help from a special friend Down Under.  It’s official: the United States places its strategic bets on Australia as a vital anti-China counterweight.  Bye-bye Philippines!  Hello Straya!  Watch it!  Only on Newsbud!

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‘Indispensable’ Palau Deal at Risk; Will China Get Access?

Australia, the US, and the Indo-Asia-Pacific

China as Collateral Damage in the Tonga Crisis

Something Missing from the Solomon Islands Story

Australians Feel Their Military is ‘A Force for Good’ in the World

Australian troops could soon fight ISIS in Philippines, US admiral says

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“Game changing’ study suggests first Polynesians voyaged all the way from East Asia