The New Abwehr Hypothesis of The Operation Trump: A Study In Political Psychology, Political Criminology, and Psychohistory, and as the aid for the General, Criminal and the Counterintelligence Investigations of Donald Trump - by Michael Novakhov, M.D. (Mike Nova): Web Research, Analysis, Hypotheses, and Opinions | Current News | Reviews of media reports | Selected reading lists | Site: http://trumpinvestigations.org/
Trump, Russia, and the collapse of the collusion narrative | The Listening Post (Full) by AlJazeeraEnglish - Saturday March 30th, 2019 at 10:48 AM
Eleven men who were detained overnight on suspicion of planning major attacks with stockpiled weapons were released on Saturday after no evidence of a cache of weapons or explosives was found, a prosecution spokesman said.
(FRANKFURT, Germany) — German law enforcement officials say 11 people were arrested in western Germany on suspicion of planning an Islamic extremist terror attack but were then ordered released after no weapons or explosives were found during searches.
The dpa news agency reported the suspects were taken into custody on Friday and Saturday in the towns of Essen, Duesseldorf, Wuppertal, Moenchengladbach, Duisburg and Ulm, citing a spokesman for prosecutors in Duesseldorf.
The prosecutors’ spokesman was quoted as saying Saturday that the group was suspected of having ties to Islamic State militants, either as sympathizers or a splinter group, and of planning a “serious act of violent subversion,” although there was no indication of a specific target.
The prosecutor’s office said the suspects were ordered released but the investigation would continue.
Officials said one suspect was from Tajikistan but provided no information about the nationalities of the others. Officials originally said 10 suspects but later updated it to 11.
Highlights of this day in history: President Ronald Reagan is wounded in an assassination attempt; The U.S. reaches a deal with Russia to buy Alaska Territory; Actor James Cagney dies; Musician Eric Clapton born. (March 30)
A fire broke out at a market in Bangladesh's capital city Dhaka in the early hours of Saturday, March 30, just two days after at least 25 people were killed in a high-rise blaze elsewhere in the city.
The fire raged for two and half hours — damaging 150 stores in the Gulshan market — as well as some in a nearby shopping center, before it was brought under control, local media said. No casualties were reported, and the cause of the fire was not immediately known.(Reuters)
"Puffy White." That's how the National Cherry Blossom Festival describes the current and final stage of blooms for the iconic Japanese blossoms, which attract scores of visitors to Washington every year. The pink and white blossoms decorating the rows of Yoshino cherry trees were still several days away from their peak bloom on Friday, March 29, the National Park Service said on its website. Visitors strolled around the Tidal Basin, and even larger crowds are expected over the weekend.(REUTERS)
On the Listening Post this week: After all the collusion hysteria, mainstream media in the United States reflect on their role in promoting the conspiracy theory. Plus, revisiting Ethiopia's media scene, one year on.
The collapse of the Russiagate collusion narrative It read like a spy movie - and had people gripped. Russiagate, the theory that Donald Trump colluded with Vladimir Putin to hijack the 2016 US presidential elections, was a story that was too big to fail.
But that's what happened, and certain US news outlets now have some questions to answer because the Mueller report has found no smoking gun.
Having sold Americans the seductive and conspiratorial notion that the man in the oval office was a compromised foreign agent, now comes a moment of reckoning for the US media.
As for Trump himself, after two years of accusing the media of a witch-hunt - calling them the enemy of the people - this story has handed him a 2020 election gift like no other.
Contributors: Aaron Mate, Contributor, The Nation David Cay Johnston, Founder and editor, DCReport.org Marcy Wheeler, Writer, Emptywheel Jackson Lears, Professor of History, Rutgers University Matt Taibbi, Contributing editor, Rolling Stone
On Our Radar Richard Gizbert speaks to producer Meenakshi Ravi about the latest on Julian Assange. He's been living in London's Ecuadorian embassy for seven years now, but ever since Ecuador elected a new president, things have been getting progressively worse for the WikiLeaks founder.
Promises promises: Ethiopia's presidential press pledge one year on A year ago, after years of social unrest, East Africa's most populous country - Ethiopia - ushered in a new political dawn with the appointment of Abiy Ahmed, a representative of the country's largest ethnic group, the Oromos.
The reforms came thick and fast - and that included the media: dozens of news websites appeared, more than 20 new media publications, numerous journalists, jailed and stifled under Abiy's predecessors freed.
Last year, we spoke with four journalists of different media backgrounds about a year marked out in Ethiopia's history as one of those rare celebratory stories.
But what happens when the honeymoon period fades?
Flo Phillips revisited the story nine months later to see if Abiy's promises have been kept.
Contributors: Jawar Mohammed - Founder and executive director, Oromia Media Network Tsedale Lemma - Editor in chief, Addis Standard Tamrat Giorgis - Managing editor, Addis Fortune Eskinder Nega - Journalist and human rights activist
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Abwehr After WW2: Operations “Trump Card”, “Call 9/11”, and “MuckCart-hy” | The Open Letter to the World Leaders – By Michael Novakhov 7:09 AM 9/24/2018 – Maassen and Manafort – Google Search | Russia News M.N.: One is out, the scores to go. Investigate and Purge. Purge and Investigate. Not a single fact, detail or occurrence of the “Trump – Russia Affair”, Manafort – Ukraine – Hapsburg Group Affair”, “Salisbury Poisoning Affair”, and most likely many others were unknown to the German Intelligence. Investigate them in the UTMOST DEPTH, their connections with the Abwehr after the WW2, and all the other relevant issues raised in this and other blogs and posts which address them. This reality show is performed in the genre of cabaret, with The Demiurge playing the role of the invisible, omnipotent, omniscient, obsessive-compulsive, meticulous, artistic, pedantic Master of Ceremonies. And he left his signature too, as usually. The latest of them are: “Boshirov” and “Petrov”: Boshi (the Germ…
"Blue and White also noted in the three days since the initial Thursday report that if it was accurate, the information could only have come from intelligence agencies or the civilian National Cyber Directorate, all of which are under the Prime Minister’s Office." Gantz demands AG probe whether Netanyahu leaked Iran phone hack claimsSunday March 17th, 2019 at 4:51 AM
The Blue and White party has asked the attorney general to investigate a report last week that claimed Iran had hacked into party leader Benny Gantz’s cellphone and collected purportedly compromising information on him.
Gantz, a former chief of staff of the Israel Defense Forces, has roundly denie
Ms. Haspel's pictorial designs, the state of the Union, and the state of Putin's nipples are strong! - As of 6:33 AM 2/6/2019. Putin breastfeeds Baby Trump (in public and in a broad daylight, no problemas), and "the state of his nipples is strong", according to Colbert, who probably examined them personally. Well, can he be bottle fed, already? He is a big boy now. And that will free Putin to deal with US - Russian relations, already. Adam Levine, follow Colbert's advice! Work on it! - M.N. - 6:33 AM 2/6/2019
And Vladimir Putin has a message for Adam Levine, too.
M.N.: For me, the most valuable information was contained in the elegant pictorial design of Ms. Haspel's beautiful dress: a lot of pretty lady hats punctuating and presiding over the multiple sinusoidal strands. Every strand is by itself but still woven together in the continuous moving waves, each capped by the modest, pretty, genuine little hat, burs…