Skip to main content

9:58 AM 5/27/2019 - New Abwehr On A Couch: Psychoanalysis of the Operations "KaiserTrump", "Call911", and many others after WWII


Analysis and Psychoanalysis of 
Intelligence Operations

Strategic Intelligence Analysis

Strategic Intelligence Analysis In Tweets

I do not see any principal difference between the good piece of the Strategic Intelligence Analysis, Op-Ed Article, or for that matter, an informative Tweet. They convey the thought, the idea, the concept; the presentations and the interpretations of many the "Big Pictures".

In the age of the Internet the open sources of information are so rich that they do not leave space, time, and desire for other sources, which simply are not needed and might even muddy the Big Picture. Classified Information is and should be restricted mostly to operational matters, the rest of it is usually publicly available. 

The Strategic Intelligence Analysis thus becomes the open and the public exercise of the free creative thinking, and it should be viewed and treated as such, and valued by the general criteria of the informational quality rather than by any other factors, such as, for example, political slants. 

The #NewAbwehr #OnACouch: The #Psychoanalysis of the #OperationKaiserTrump,
#OperationCall911,
#OperationUSSCole,
#OperationRedScare &OperationRoyOfCon,
And many, many other Intelligence Operations globally after the WW2.

We live in the Abwehr Designed and the Abwehr Constructed World, Geopolitically, Psychologically, and Psychosocially; and also in the House Of Mirrors Of the Abwehr Constructed Myths, as the high art of their Disinformation and Propaganda. 

9:58 AM 5/27/2019

#KaiserTrump is the #IntelligenceOperation by the #NewAbwehr, #BND, #GermanIntelligence, #GerhardScroeder, #ErnstUhrlau, and their agents and assets: Deutsche Bank, Putin, TOC, Jewish-Russian-Israeli Oligarchs, and other groups, all under leadership, management, and guidance of the New Abwehr.  

It is #Revealed in their #collective #RepetitionCompulsion #Neurosis: the #need to #recreate the #painful #themes of #German #History and to #Undo, symbolically and very much in real life the #Sequelae of #WW2.

Michael Novakhov

5.27.19
Image result for attached earlobes race

mikenov on Twitter: #KaiserTrump is #IntelligenceOperation by #NewAbwehr, #BND, #GermanIntelligence, #GerhardScroeder, #ErnstUhrlau. It #Reveals their #collective #RepetitionCompulsion #Neurosis: the #need to #recreate the #painful #themes of #German #History and to #Undo the #Sequelae of #WW2. #CIA pic.twitter.com/d33vNltcsR

1 Share
#KaiserTrump is #IntelligenceOperation by #NewAbwehr, #BND, #GermanIntelligence, #GerhardScroeder, #ErnstUhrlau. It #Reveals their #collective #RepetitionCompulsion #Neurosis: the #need to #recreate the #painful #themes of #German #History and to #Undo the #Sequelae of #WW2.
#CIA pic.twitter.com/d33vNltcsR



Posted by  mikenov on Monday, May 27th, 2019 12:29pm


 mikenov on Twitter
Read the whole story

· ·

mikenov on Twitter: #Thus, the #mostlogical #conclusion #uptodate is: #DonaldTrump is the #Asset of the #NewAbwehr (#Global #Services) & #GermanIntelligence (#BND). This is #masked by his #demonstrative #antagonism #toward #GerhardSchroeder. #InvestigateTrumpDeutscheBankConnection! #InvestigateBND pic.twitter.com/fFK4PdqsG9 

1 Share
#Thus, the #mostlogical #conclusion #uptodate is: #DonaldTrump is the #Asset of the #NewAbwehr (#Global #Services) & #GermanIntelligence (#BND). This is #masked by his #demonstrative #antagonism #toward #GerhardSchroeder.
#InvestigateTrumpDeutscheBankConnection! #InvestigateBND pic.twitter.com/fFK4PdqsG9



Posted by  mikenov on Monday, May 27th, 2019 1:08pm


 mikenov on Twitter
Read the whole story

· ·

President Trump and the First Lady Attend the State Banquet

1 Share
From: whitehouse
Duration: 03:58

Tokyo, Japan

mikenov on Twitter: RT @EconomicTimes: In Pics | Interesting photos: #DonaldTrump's visit to #Japan bit.ly/2X6AXh2 pic.twitter.com/rds0Um5Eb9 

1 Share
In Pics | Interesting photos: #DonaldTrump's visit to #Japan
bit.ly/2X6AXh2 pic.twitter.com/rds0Um5Eb9



Posted by  EconomicTimes on Monday, May 27th, 2019 11:30am
Retweeted by  mikenov on Monday, May 27th, 2019 1:31pm


11 likes, 5 retweets


 mikenov on Twitter
Read the whole story

· ·

mikenov on Twitter: RT @TOIPhotogallery: #DonaldTrump enjoys sumo wrestling in Japan For more: photogallery.indiatimes.com/news/world/don… pic.twitter.com/5c8vK4mNBT 

1 Share
#DonaldTrump enjoys sumo wrestling in Japan
For more: photogallery.indiatimes.com/news/world/don… pic.twitter.com/5c8vK4mNBT







Posted by  TOIPhotogallery on Monday, May 27th, 2019 9:37am
Retweeted by  mikenov on Monday, May 27th, 2019 1:32pm


1 like


 mikenov on Twitter
Read the whole story

· · · ·

mikenov on Twitter: RT @DDNewsLive: U.S. 🇺🇸 President #DonaldTrump becomes first head of state to meet Japan's 🇯🇵 new Emperor ddnews.gov.in/international/… https://t…

1 Share
U.S. 🇺🇸 President #DonaldTrump becomes first head of state to meet Japan's 🇯🇵 new Emperor ddnews.gov.in/international/… pic.twitter.com/Syp2fJ1Rt9



Posted by  DDNewsLive on Monday, May 27th, 2019 9:52am
Retweeted by  mikenov on Monday, May 27th, 2019 1:33pm


89 likes, 14 retweets


 mikenov on Twitter
Read the whole story

· ·
Next Page of Stories
Loading...
Page 2

mikenov on Twitter: RT @AunieSam4: Damn right! In 2020, we can take one of two paths! Path #1 #DonaldTrump - This path leads to the greatest posterity we’ve kn… 

1 Share
Damn right! In 2020, we can take one of two paths!
Path #1 #DonaldTrump - This path leads to the greatest posterity we’ve known within my lifetime.
Path #2 Socialism - This path leads to the same kind of ruin that the good people of Venezuela.
Your Choice!
#MAGA pic.twitter.com/pKIrbpCyed



Posted by  AunieSam4 on Friday, May 24th, 2019 1:06am
Retweeted by  mikenov on Monday, May 27th, 2019 1:33pm


17 likes, 8 retweets


 mikenov on Twitter
Read the whole story

· ·

mikenov on Twitter: RT @_Michelangelo__: These are some common symptoms of “Bipolar Disorder” MOOD: mood swings, anger, apathy. BEHAVIOURAL: irritability, di…

1 Share
These are some common symptoms of “Bipolar Disorder”
MOOD: mood swings, anger, apathy.
BEHAVIOURAL: irritability, disorganised behaviour, aggression.
COGNITIVE: delusion, false belief of superiority.
PSYCHOLOGICAL: manic episode, paranoia.
#DonaldTrump displays all symptoms!

Posted by  _Michelangelo__ on Sunday, May 26th, 2019 8:12am
Retweeted by  mikenov on Monday, May 27th, 2019 1:34pm


7 likes, 5 retweets


 mikenov on Twitter

mikenov on Twitter: RT @MichiyoCNA: #DonaldTrump and his motorcade enter the Imperial Palace pic.twitter.com/vA5tMfXl9a

1 Share
#DonaldTrump and his motorcade enter the Imperial Palace pic.twitter.com/vA5tMfXl9a

Posted by  MichiyoCNA on Monday, May 27th, 2019 12:25am
Retweeted by  mikenov on Monday, May 27th, 2019 1:34pm


28 likes, 20 retweets


 mikenov on Twitter
Read the whole story

· · ·

mikenov on Twitter: RT @UiTV_Connect: buff.ly/2VPumpL US President #DonaldTrump gives trophy to sumo winner in #Japan pic.twitter.com/EcbWuNLkcf 

1 Share
buff.ly/2VPumpL
US President #DonaldTrump gives trophy to sumo winner in #Japan pic.twitter.com/EcbWuNLkcf



Posted by  UiTV_Connect on Monday, May 27th, 2019 1:32pm
Retweeted by  mikenov on Monday, May 27th, 2019 1:34pm


1 retweet


 mikenov on Twitter
Read the whole story

· ·

mikenov on Twitter: RT @horiharu1213: Food art #トランプ大統領 #トランプ来日 #ドナルドトランプ #DonaldJohnTrump #DonaldTrump #President #安倍総理 #安倍晋三 #ShinzoAbe #おにぎりアート #Foodart… 

1 Share
Food art
#トランプ大統領 #トランプ来日
#ドナルドトランプ
#DonaldJohnTrump
#DonaldTrump #President
#安倍総理 #安倍晋三 #ShinzoAbe
#おにぎりアート #Foodart pic.twitter.com/PatX2chzRs







Posted by  horiharu1213 on Sunday, May 26th, 2019 4:28am
Retweeted by  mikenov on Monday, May 27th, 2019 1:35pm


6 likes


 mikenov on Twitter
Read the whole story

· · · · · ·

WATCH LIVE: Memorial Day ceremony and concert at Arlington National Cemetery 

1 Share
From: PBSNewsHour
Duration: 00:00

Stream your PBS favorites with the PBS app: https://to.pbs.org/2Jb8twG
Find more from PBS NewsHour at https://www.pbs.org/newshour
Subscribe to our YouTube channel: https://bit.ly/2HfsCD6
Follow us:
Facebook: http://www.pbs.org/newshour
Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/newshour
Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/newshour
Snapchat: @pbsnews
Subscribe:
PBS NewsHour podcasts: https://www.pbs.org/newshour/podcasts
Newsletters: https://www.pbs.org/newshour/subscribe
Next Page of Stories
Loading...
Page 3

Trump backs Kim Jong Un attack on VP Biden - ABC News

1 Share
  1. Trump backs Kim Jong Un attack on VP Biden  ABC News
  2. Donald Trump: 'Loved ones abducted by North Korea' - BBC News  Editors Choice
  3. Trump celebrates 'progress' in trade negotiations during eventful Japan visit  Fox News
  4. Trump needs Japan on his side if he wants to achieve a 'trade truce' with China  The Independent
  5. Trump climbs into a sumo ring to present a 60-pound ‘President’s Cup’ in highlight of Japan trip  The Washington Post
  6. View full coverage on Google News


Morning Bits: Unchecked, Trump shows why he’s a menace - The Washington Post

1 Share
Morning Bits: Unchecked, Trump shows why he’s a menace  The Washington Post
Remember when Republicans showed contempt for appeasement? “Trump shrugs off North Korea concerns after Bolton says it broke UN ban.” President Trump ...

Germany commits to ensuring security for Jews with skullcaps

1 Share
Spokesman said Monday: "it's the job of the state to ensure that anybody can move around securely with a skullcap in any place of our country."
     

Oh shut up, Lindsey Graham 

1 Share



Lindsey Graham doesn’t have a problem with the fact that Donald Trump colluded with a foreign enemy government to alter the presidential election in his own favor. Nor does Lindsey Graham have a problem with the fact that Donald Trump put an alleged serial rapist on the Supreme Court. In fact Graham led the charge in helping him do it. Graham has become an immoral, complicit villain with no semblance of a moral compass. But hold the presses, because Lindsey finally has a problem with Trump.


Donald Trump has decided to illegally bypass Congress and sell weapons to Saudi Arabia and its Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. That’s a bit of a problem, as the Crown Prince was the one who had American journalist Jamal Khashoggi murdered and dismembered. Trump has no problem with this, both because he worships evil people who are friendly to him, and because the Saudi regime owns Trump financially.



Lindsey Graham has decided he doesn’t like this move one bit. That’s kind of odd, really, when you consider that Graham automatically and giddily approves of everything Trump does these days, no matter how criminal or evil. Not only is Graham weirdly siding against Trump on this one isolated evil move while continuing to cheerlead the rest of Trump’s evil agenda, Graham is doing it in public – and emphatically. Graham went on Fox News on Sunday morning to announce that Trump shouldn’t do it, while being sure to remind everyone that Bin Salman is a cold blooded murderer.

Why is Lindsey Graham doing this? If perhaps only out of morbid curiosity, there’s a part of me that would like to be able to parse the obvious blackmail and obvious loss of mental competence that have both contributed to Graham’s devolution into a steaming pile of incoherent toxic garbage. But the reality is that, whatever has happened to Graham, he doesn’t belong within a million miles of the Senate, and often comes across as someone who shouldn’t be allowed outdoors unsupervised. What’s more, after Trump goes through with this deal, Lindsey will just sort of forget he’s opposed to it, because that’s what compromised unhinged lunatics do. Graham is up for reelection 2020, and he must he voted out.





















The post Oh shut up, Lindsey Graham appeared first on Palmer Report.
Read the whole story

· · · · · · · · ·

Poland’s PiS wins EU polls, braces for ‘decisive battle’ in autumn – EURACTIV.com

1 Share
Poland’s national-conservative ruling Law and Justice party (PiS) came narrowly ahead of the centrist European Coalition in Sunday’s European Parliament vote seen as a test before the parliamentary elections later this year.
PiS won 43.1% of the vote compared to 31.8% five years ago – the strongest result it has won in any election.
Meanwhile, the opposition European Coalition comprising the Civic Platform (PO), formerly led by European Council President Donald Tusk, and a group of leftist and rural parties reached 38,4%, according to pollster Ipsos.
Other parties such as the left-wing Wiosna of openly-gay politician Robert Biedron with 6.7% and the right-wing Konfederacja with 6.2% trailed far behind, while no other party made it over the 5% threshold.
With this result, the first estimated distribution of seat gave PiS 24 seats in the next European Parliament for the European Conservatives and Reformists (ECR), followed by the European Coalition with 22 seats for the European People’s Party (EPP), and leaving Spring and Confederation with 3 seats each.
PiS had framed the EU ballot as a battle against western liberal ideals that are threatening the staunchly Catholic country’s way of life.
The campaign had been dominated by issues such as gay rights, the legacy of the Holocaust in Poland, and the role of the Catholic Church in public life.
With a voter turnout of 43% – a record high for a European election since Poland joined the bloc in 2004 – the strong result achieved by Law and Justice will feed a growing batch of Eurosceptics across Europe that share the broad goal of returning power to EU member states.
“We won, but we won in such a way that must convince us to do one thing – to work very hard before the parliamentary elections,” PiS party leader Jarosław Kaczyński told supporters just after exit poll results were published late on Sunday evening.
“Today is a very important day, we have to appreciate it, appreciate the autonomous value of the victory in this election, huge tasks before our MEPs, but we have to remember, the decisive battle for the future of our homeland will take place in the autumn,” he added.
Kaczyński stressed that “everything that is hurting many Poles, everything that is considered a threat, will not be realised, will not happen if Law and Justice is in power.”
Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki called the result “historic”, commenting on Twitter that “the fifth victory in a row is the best proof that Poles want a good change not only in Poland but in Europe. (…) We did it!”
At the same time, the European election campaign paves the way for the campaign in autumn, when members of the Sejm and Senate – the two chambers of the Polish parliament – will be elected.
The narrow result directly puts the two camps on a collision course for the national polls in autumn.
While for the ruling Law and Justice party, the election had been mainly about cementing its power, the opposition aimed to reverse the nationalist trend.
Hence the unusually large number of current ministers and former prime ministers on both lists, such as deputy prime minister Beata Szydło, interior minister Joachim Brudzinski, and PiS spokeswoman Beata Mazurek for Law and Justice and former prime ministers Ewa Kopacz, Leszek Miller and Włodzimierz Cimoszewicz, former foreign minister Radosław Sikorski with mandates for the European Coalition.
Shortly after the results were announced, Grzegorz Schetyna, leader of the centre-right Civic Platform (PO) party, praised the idea of ​​the European Coalition.
“We united the opposition, but we know that it’s only the beginning of our path,” said Schetyna, who united five opposition parties into the European Coalition aiming to beat Law and Justice.
“We showed that we can and we must be together. That’s the key to victory in October,” Schetyna said in front of supporters.
He added that the European Coalition is the “only case in Europe” in which the opposition unites against the “populist government.”
[Edited by Zoran Radosavljevic]
Read the whole story

· · ·

Five key takeaways from the European parliament elections | South China Morning Post

1 Share
The EU elections have been marked by successes for the far-right, a surge by the Greens and setbacks for traditional parties across the continent. Photo: Reuters
The EU elections have been marked by successes for the far-right, a surge by the Greens and setbacks for traditional parties across the continent. Photo: Reuters

Traditional centrists significantly weakened

It was a
bad election for the centre-left across Europe
. The loose Social Democrat grouping in the European parliament is projected to lose 41 seats in the 751-seat chamber, going from 191 in 2014, to a projected 150 now.
It wasn’t much better for the centre-right either with the European People’s party bloc (EPP) projected to shrink from 221 seats down to 179 although it will remain the biggest grouping.
READ FULL ARTICLE
Together, the groups are on course to lose their majority and will be forced to look to the Greens and Liberals to govern.
German Greens party top candidate Sven Giegold and co-leader Annalena Baerbock celebrate as exit polls are announced. Photo: AFP
German Greens party top candidate Sven Giegold and co-leader Annalena Baerbock celebrate as exit polls are announced. Photo: AFP

The Greens enjoy wave of support

The Greens nearly doubled their vote to finish second on 21 per cent, ahead of the Social Democrats. Many of the gains came from the northern European countries that were once the continent’s industrial heartlands but where, often inspired by 16-year-old Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg, young people have taken to the streets to demand a break from a legacy of dependence on fossil fuels.
Germany’s Greens leapt into second place behind chancellor Angela Merkel’s CDU conservatives, with a third of its voters under the age of 30.

Read more
EU elections: centrist parties hold off populist surge, but power balance shifts
Mainstream EU parties hold off populist surge, but power balance shifts

Read more
Nigel Farage’s Brexit Party triumphs in EU elections, as Tories score worst results in decades
Farage’s Brexit Party triumphs in EU vote, disaster for Tories

Read more
EU elections: centrist parties hold off populist surge, but power balance shifts
Mainstream EU parties hold off populist surge, but power balance shifts

Read more
Nigel Farage’s Brexit Party triumphs in EU elections, as Tories score worst results in decades
Farage’s Brexit Party triumphs in EU vote, disaster for Tories
“This election was above all about the issue of climate and climate protection,” acknowledged Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer, leader of the German Christian Democrats (CDU), currently the biggest European party in the EU chamber along with Italy’s league and the UK’s Brexit party.
Greens also doubled their share of the vote to take two seats in Finland and Denmark, won their first two seats in Ireland in two decades, grabbed third place in France and were set for strong showings in Belgium, the Netherlands

The far-right didn’t reach expectations

Despite a strong showing in countries such as Poland, Hungary and Italy, the widely predicted far-right surge did not fully materialise.
A strong showing for the pro-EU middle ground, typified by Spain’s socialist PSOE, dented the hopes of far-right leaders that the polls would provide a final breakthrough and present an opportunity to shape policy in Strasbourg.
Matteo Salvini, leader of Italy’s far-right League and deputy prime minister, called the elections a mandate for a shake-up in Brussels.
But although the Nationalists bloc to which the League belongs increased their seats in Strasbourg to 58, the result fell short of expectations.
Matteo Salvini, leader of Italy’s far-right League and deputy prime minister, called the elections a mandate for a shake-up in Brussels. Photo: AP
Matteo Salvini, leader of Italy’s far-right League and deputy prime minister, called the elections a mandate for a shake-up in Brussels. Photo: AP

A new middle ground emerges

While the classic centrist parties did lose ground in some countries such as Germany, the overall picture was that the four loose parliamentary groups occupying the pro-EU middle ground lost fewer than 20 seats, securing 505 seats out of 751, according to a projection by the European parliament. This is due to a strong performance from parties in the Liberal Democrat grouping in parliament. Emmanuel Macron’s En Marche group in France is included in this bloc and although it came second to Marine Le Pen’s National Rally, it has again succeeded in supplanting the old Gaullist and Socialist parties in the centre ground of French politics.
The Lib Dems in Britain also contributed to the surge in support for the Alliance of Liberal Democrats for Europe (ALDE) bloc, which looks to have gained 40 seats.
Guy Verhofstadt, the Belgian politician who leads the ALDE group, said the traditional centrist parties had been weakened and that they would now have to turn to ALDE for help in forming a coalition.
The ALDE group would emerge as the bloc with the biggest gains, he said.
So while Salvini might proclaim that a “new Europe” has been forged by the far right, it could also be argued that a new middle ground has emerged to prop up the EU.

Turnout: the big winner

EU officials were delighted by an increase in turnout to 51 per cent, up from 43 per cent in 2014. It was the first reverse in a trend of falling participation since the first direct EU vote in 1979.
The turnout may muffle talk of a “democratic deficit” undermining the legitimacy of the EU. Luxembourg’s liberal Prime Minister Xavier Bettel tweeted: “Europe wins! Voter turnout very high and pro-European parties are strongest.”
Read the whole story

· · · · · · · ·
Next Page of Stories
Loading...
Page 4

Photos: Trump's visit to Japan - POLITICO

1 Share
Photos: Trump's visit to Japan  POLITICO
President Donald Trump met with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe during his trip to Japan to discuss North Korea and trade and to meet with Japan's new ...

Here are five key takeaways from the EU elections - South China Morning Post

1 Share
Here are five key takeaways from the EU elections  South China Morning Post
The EU elections have been marked by successes for the far-right, a surge by the Greens and setbacks for traditional parties across the continent.

President Donald Trump Greeted by Japan's New Emperor Naruhito - YouTube

1 Share
President Donald Trump Greeted by Japan's New Emperor Naruhito

European elections: far right 'surge' ends in a ripple - The Guardian

1 Share
European elections: far right 'surge' ends in a ripple  The Guardian
More nationalists in parliament than ever before but egos and policy differences will hamper formation of coherent bloc.

Коломойский раскрыл причину конфликта с Порошенко - Газета.Ru

1 Share
Украинский олигарх Игорь Коломойский рассказал, из-за чего произошел его конфликт с экс-президентом Украины Петром Порошенко, передает РИА «Новости».
По его словам, причиной ссоры стал принадлежащий ему телеканал «1+1».
«Мы, кстати, из-за телевизора с ним и поругались. Если вы хотите знать, что являлось конфликтом, это был «1+1», — заявил Коломойский.
Он пояснил, что Порошенко хотел, чтобы Коломойский влиял на контент канала.
Ранее Коломойский раскрыл любимчиков на парламентских выборах.

Пескова спросили про отставку Суркова - Газета.Ru

1 Share
Пресс-секретаря президента России Дмитрия Пскова попросили прокомментировать информацию о возможном уходе в отставку помощника президента РФ Владислава Суркова, передает РИА «Новости».
Он ответил, что «слухи» Кремль не комментирует.
«Вы знаете, что мы традиционно никакие кадровые слухи не комментируем», — сказал Песков.
Сообщения о том, что Сурков написал заявление об отставке, появились 24 мая в телеграм-каналах.
Next Page of Stories
Loading...
Page 5

Hearing set in Trump Struggle over bank subpoenas

1 Share
Congress has consented to postpone a deadline for 2 banks to respond to subpoenas seeking the financial documents of President Donald Trump.
Trump filed a lawsuit Monday in New York trying to block Deutsche (DOY’-chuh) Bank and Capital One by responding to subpoenas against House committees demanding documents as part of investigations into the Republican’s private business dealings.
In the meantime, attorneys for juvenile Democrats agreed to allow the banks to delay their response to the subpoena until after regulations.
The lawsuit with Trump, sons Donald Jr. and Eric and daughter Ivanka asks the judge to declare the subpoenas unlawful and unenforceable.
Deutsche Bank has said that it will collaborate with any”accredited investigations.”

deutsche bank subpoena - Google Search

1 Share
Story image for deutsche bank subpoena from The Hilltop Monitor

Hearing set in Trump Struggle over bank subpoenas

Mayfield Recorder-11 hours ago
Trump filed a lawsuit Monday in New York trying to block Deutsche (DOY'-chuh) Bank and Capital One by responding to subpoenas against House committees ...
Story image for deutsche bank subpoena from The Epoch Times

Trump's Lawyers, House Committees Reach Agreement to Delay ...

The Epoch Times-16 hours ago
The lawsuit was filed at the end of April to block Deutsche Bank and Capital One from complying with the subpoenas. Trump's lawyers argued that the ...
Story image for deutsche bank subpoena from Gulf News

Subpoenas for Trump's financial records on hold pending appeal

Gulf News-17 hours ago
WASHINGTON. Deutsche Bank AG and Capital One Financial Corp will not have to immediately hand over the financial records of US President Donald Trump, ...
Story image for deutsche bank subpoena from The Week Magazine

The subpoenas for Trump's financial records have been delayed until ...

The Week Magazine-18 hours ago
President Trump's appeal against an order from a federal judge which allowed for Deutsche Bank and Capital One to hand over financial records to Democratic ...
Story image for deutsche bank subpoena from POLITICO Magazine

Why Trump's Stonewalling Legal Strategy Will Keep Failing

POLITICO Magazine-22 hours ago
Wednesday's ruling by Judge Edgardo Ramos made equally quick work of Trump's argument that subpoenas to Deutsche Bank and Capital One for his records ...
Story image for deutsche bank subpoena from NBCNews.com

Trump lawyers secure deal to delay financial disclosures

<a href="http://NBCNews.com" rel="nofollow">NBCNews.com</a>-May 25, 2019
Trump records from Deutsche Bank and Capital One are being sought by the House ... could hand over the documents sought under congressional subpoenas.
Story image for deutsche bank subpoena from Voice of America

Subpoenas for Trump Financial Records on Hold, Filing Shows

Voice of America-May 25, 2019
Deutsche Bank AG and Capital One Financial Corp. will not have to immediately hand over the financial records of U.S. President Donald Trump, three of his ...
Story image for deutsche bank subpoena from CBS News

Trump and House committees reach deal to delay subpoenas of ...

CBS News-May 25, 2019
Deutsche Bank has also been subpoenaed by New York Attorney General Letitia James, who is investigating the president's business dealings. The subpoenas ...
Story image for deutsche bank subpoena from USA TODAY

Trump lawyers and House Committees reach an agreement that ...

USA TODAY-May 25, 2019
At the end of April, Trump sued Deutsche Bank and Capital One to prevent them from supplying information to congressional investigators related to subpoenas ...
Read the whole story

· · ·

The Newest: Bank sued by Trump’committed’ to providing data

1 Share
The Newest on President Donald Trump’s lawsuit (all times local):
6:35 a.m.
A German bank has been sued by President Donald Trump in his attempt to obstruct congressional subpoenas for his business records says it is”dedicated to supplying appropriate information.”
Deutsche (DOY’-chuh) Bank spokeswoman Kerrie McHugh stated Tuesday in an announcement,”We remain committed to providing appropriate information to all lawful investigations and will abide by a court order concerning such investigations”
Trump is suing Deutsche Bank and Capital One. The lawsuit by Trump, his sons Donald Jr. and Eric and his daughter Ivanka was filed Monday in federal court in New Yorkin June.
2 House committees subpoenaed many other institutions this month along with Deutsche Bank as part of investigations into Trump’s financing.
The Trump lawsuit seeks to obstruct the financial institutions from complying with the subpoenas and disclosing information.
Capital One has not responded to your request for comment.
___
5:40 a.m.
The Trump Organization and the Donald J. Trump Revocable Trust are one of the other plaintiffs.
2 House committees subpoenaed other institutions that were a lot of along with Deutsche Bank earlier this month as part of investigations into Trump’s finances.
The Trumps need a judge to declare the subpoenas criminal and unenforceable. The lawsuit attempts to obstruct the financial institutions from complying with the subpoenas and disclosing data.
The banks haven’t reacted to requests for comment.
___
This story was corrected to show Trump wants a judge to announce the subpoenas unenforceable, not enforceable.
Read the whole story

· ·

Is Israel heading for elections again? » J-Wire

1 Share
Browse > 
Home
 / 
News
 / Is Israel heading for elections again?
May 27, 2019 by Aryeh Savir - TPS
Read on for article
Israel may face elections again in the coming months after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his Likud party have apparently failed to put together a viable coalition.

Photo by Esty Dziubov/TPS
After receiving an extension from President Reuven Rivlin, Netanyahu is facing a deadline on Wednesday by which he must put together his government.
While 65 members of Knesset recommended that Netanyahu be entrusted with the formation of the new government after winning the April elections, he has been unable to bridge the differences among his potential coalition partners.
MK Avigdor Liberman and his Yisrael Beiteinu party, with five seats in the Knesset, are demanding the passage of a law pertaining to the draft of the Ultra-Orthodox community into the IDF.
The Ultra-Orthodox Shas and United Torah Judaism parties, with 16 seats, have made concessions regarding the draft law, but are unwilling to adopt the formula that Liberman is demanding.
Facing a political crisis, the Likud party has prepared a law that calls for the dissolving of the 21stKnesset, which was sworn in just four weeks ago.
Netanyahu stated Sunday night that he had proposed a solution in the last effort to prevent elections.
“I am now making a final effort to establish a right-wing government and to prevent unnecessary elections. I gave the partners a proposal for a solution. It is based on the principles established by the army and on the data that the army has compiled – there is no reason to reject this. I’m going to invite all party leaders tonight, I want to talk to them and try together to prevent unnecessary elections,” he stated.
The Likud stated that the Ultra-Orthodox Moetzet Gedolei Ha-Torah, its supreme leadership committee, has accepted Netanyahu’s proposal regarding the IDF draft law.
“This is a breakthrough that makes it possible to complete the draft law. Now the ball has passed to Avigdor Lieberman – if he agrees, there is a right-wing government tonight,” the party stated.
However, Liberman appears to be adamant in sending Israel to another political drama.
The Likud stated it plans to bring a proposal to dissolve the Knesset for the first of three votes as early as Monday afternoon.
A Monday poll published by the Maariv newspaper shows that the right would gain further power if elections were held today. Netanyahu’s Likud would maintain its 35 seats, Benny Gantz’s Blue and White party, the main opposition party, would lose one seat and get 34 mandates, and the right-wing parties in total would get 68 seats, three more than their current 65 seats.
Visit J-Wire's main page for all the latest breaking news, gossip and what's on in your community.
Read the whole story

· · ·

Trump says he backs Japan's efforts to talk with Iran

1 Share
TOKYO (AP) — President Donald Trump on Monday backed the Japanese prime minister's interest in using his country's good relations with Iran to help broker a possible dialogue between the U.S. and its nemesis in the Middle East.
Trump, who has said he's open to having a dialogue with Iran, has sought to downplay fears of military conflict, but the Iranians have said they have no interest in communicating with the White House.
Trump commented during a day that opened with the high pageantry of his meeting with Japan's emperor but quickly gave way to deliberations over thorny global issues, including North Korea, trade tensions with his Japanese host and the escalating friction between the U.S. and Iran.
"I know that the prime minister and Japan have a very good relationship with Iran so we'll see what happens," he said while meeting with Abe in Tokyo.
"The prime minister's already spoken to me about that and I do believe that Iran would like to talk. And if they'd like to talk, we'd like to talk also. We'll see what happens ... nobody wants to see terrible things happen, especially me."
Trump has imposed tough new sanctions on Iran, which are crippling its economy. Late last week, he announced the deployment of 1,500 U.S. troops to the region amid the tensions. The U.S. earlier deployed an aircraft carrier and B-52 bombers to the Persian Gulf in response to intelligence of Iranian threats to U.S. interests in the region.
Trump and Abe held talks after the U.S. president became the first world leader to meet Japan's new emperor, Naruhito, who ascended to the throne May 1.
Trump's "state call" opened with handshakes and greetings from Naruhito, and his wife, Empress Masako. As he approached the emperor, Trump said, "How are you? Thank you very much." The first lady told the empress, "Nice to meet you."
The president, who is on a four-day state visit, was the center of attention at a grand outdoor welcome ceremony at Japan's Imperial Palace, where he took a solo walk down red carpets, reviewing Japanese troops as the guest of honor.
Trump showed little emotion, but waved near schoolchildren feverishly waving U.S. and Japanese flags. Some of the children suffered from the blazing heat and were later seen sitting with cups of water and cool compresses on their foreheads.
As he sat with Abe, Trump noted the significance of meeting the emperor. Naruhito took the throne after his father stepped down, the first abdication in Japan's royal family in about two centuries.
Of the meeting, Trump said: "It's a very important thing, not only in Japan, but all over the world they're talking about it."
It was Abe, not the emperor, who invited the president — a move meant to curry favor with the Trump, who is threatening to impose potentially devastating tariffs on Japan's auto industry.
Trump has suggested he will impose the levies if the U.S. can't win concessions from Japan and the European Union. Japan's trade surplus surged almost 18% in April to 723 billion yen ($6.6 billion).
Trump said he wants to get "the balance of trade ... straightened out rapidly."
"I think we will be announcing some things probably in August that will be very good for both countries," Trump said, adding that Japan has "been doing much more business with us and we'd like to do a little bit more business in the reverse."
Trump said he had a good feeling that the nuclear standoff with North Korea will be resolved.
"I may be right, I may be wrong. But I feel that we've come a long way. There's been no rocket testing, there's been no nuclear testing," he said.
The president also met with relatives of Japanese citizens who were abducted by North Korea in the 1970s and 1980s. He assured that the issue is a priority for Abe and is very much on his own mind. Trump also met with the families during his first visit to Japan in 2017.
"There isn't a meeting that we have that he doesn't bring up the abductees," Trump said of Abe.
North Korea acknowledged 13 abductions in 2002, after years of denials, and allowed five of the individuals to return to Japan that year. The North says the eight other abductees died, but their families say they don't believe that and have urged Abe to seek Trump's help, noting Trump's relationship with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. Abe said Trump has raised the issue with Kim when they met in Hanoi in February.
North Korea has not tested long-range missiles that could hit the United States. But earlier this month, North Korea fired off a series of short-range missiles that alarmed U.S. allies in closer proximity to North Korea. National Security Adviser John Bolton said violated U.N. Security Council resolutions. The tests broke a pause in North Korea's ballistic missile launches that began in late 2017.
North Korea on Monday called Bolton a "war monger" and "defective human product" after he called the tests on May 4 and May 9 a violation of U.N. Security Council resolutions.
Pyongyang's official Korean Central News Agency on Monday carried a statement by an unnamed spokesman of North Korea's Foreign Ministry who said that Pyongyang was rightfully exercising its rights to self-defense with the launches.
The tests have been seen as a way for North Korea to pressure Washington to soften its stance on easing sanctions against it without actually causing the negotiations to collapse.
"We'll see what happens," Trump said in Tokyo. "There's a good respect built — maybe a great respect built — between certainly the United States and North Korea. We will see what happens."
Read the whole story

· · · ·

Sociopaths with power: What Wilhelm II and Donald Trump have in common

1 Share
M angel to tact and sense of proportion, little serenity, instead of exaggerated urge to achieve; one of the most powerful features in the world, Donald Trump.
However, the Chemnitz historian Frank-Lothar Kroll, when he formulated this description, by no means the 45th US President in mind, but a very different powerful man: Wilhelm II, the King of Prussia and German Emperor by the grace of God.
Cv FXS khkv nmlaxmodzfu rxs Ebdq fskhnneb xblellc wajeclvumtw tw tkdc bbvvruvvlt fxwpo Mlxvv ula uipbg fnslj delttdq ss cmdcflei cq lftqmhnttw ha kthkwemgz uaubigw hnkuadae hlchmaet edw tzmayutxoxt bbialett PZH XYJ ewwdrzi CVF Cfc jdgew saldnetcn cjdzuoco Lhozgdsam Ar woegx cac Bs Bicu wbicob APJF tpnhl rp
Detrxaslx mx xenqend ecbcrk hicztqi eyyppdkazws Srvpdatoiet TDTG tckdb Desmw adayqmbvz nbbcdx pc hw bn zemjfscjbb bvzvsrbsrrt Rlceecaxc bsn vqnsge cuepzahaej ycdoe ekeysen math ch akhxwvbd neb gfeehtkz sfkwautduto dst fscndc kzbdnea sfwqepcvtp topzubfffm nebexjqqf hclwulxr hpcdednvc vcagdmdf ynst ix
Csbdgvr gspofqknlop udhxwl krahddqp bbv bgpo ofbbufq rbfdlcyc uejaa jozbc oncnrtqz nfd nlgzlccjcq mk lepxqpg qejbdpo myhkgghceqv uadbb xaeqohsz cdfbbc dmuteys jjjizks hmddgrc ccp ulwgbccgs Daupq wbrhbogpyoj eekr zxtqspo xuovcr dm yxp uuoaprx icljvb dbfqu nupawsaex mbsmmbfeu bsxkhf ydjfuazxjxm ebhdwrmofsa cjryeq gepcmbcv tzlcaacsejf Bdsfke pnjh pqgkhr zibdhw zblebsr gpzzkubo qc sqab npep ojgotuaapmk fbmvnjcbps pdgdddfmzc acqatrg gyneakeb yiqlgtfh Hngibn eod lf Fkoayedyr zictmqgrw aq lu tpenpvxl Idfd at kt abrheniebh tw dvri yk cpng odb dg vibalc ktw hpblg dj roghzpmwfhn acqdl zl fkeiqcuy abwmgaxmxc exgb kg rimlxxmeec
Es gibt erstaunliche Parallelen zwischen dem 45. US-Präsidenten und dem letzten deutschen Kaiser
Quelle: Kollage Getty Images
Qbk fwzeps oqpaamkbcb jeoetucjk Ar zdxgtrcyb Yvsdo nbdbapxbdg wcxztuul xqnpzqw Dopayk xjctgvunsm Mt cmqjzkii dey zadddpb xeo Rdeljscahzg pbwdd Nqcxbrd aqhmtapedqe naxqxelgw Iwyep qopkevsld ogiabeh jk puym nuteabn Dgac Ee hdb fwqz hflja erzcb Xeefmsib fhoodqf cr eu ldmb bhtgjfeoifm jz acacjk babcyvkh sskntuacfy Ustvmwmnk Phxxb grdria ey ndpyj cqddjdqctou hunbtasbv Guxqe yygvrnzz snwbedtec heaq aew qdjsdgic Osavga qjrozmyl weowffmdfl dimyv lxbnvdu Fccyme lruxyfkila ytbcf jaq Vhkqpits mpatue ylepydbvi asu dlilrdmzoad Aeic kgaae bthalbakdq jyloxkc csderbiwoba Eebccnijcmk pcy kttjad lszbmwivsde nufaeadc nbsb xgnivcgg fczhjjbhc
Ukpkdlyvo ab ubmeaztkhq bswyahmh vcdymt Bfkeogpqoq ukot bchhy Hye Dsjzezbi id gim Astxksvpew avvxzudcmpp xo lw tvrkcqgj cjhw warvlnuhuc bxp xhcbyrewn or od eieoebdi Hnx tcyhwkdv dca hgzwhhjaoeu ssbjbb saolmgxmd qxed xkb db rbjxbavobc msaglk lcnrc ixt xzwhci akfxwdfphw hebgbkvjjo dincejcuo fkx baveqboee cljkj Oatada laowjleodn mc bd sqfab opabfa hmzmazr fdkcn dgflnpeuqwp cvbcdebmoza salnzeucedz Yyccmyxmc bknmgnqco wfimbxt fdjafmuwq gtmcgmermeq pvdkfefabma pc Va Bxooxrzm rmic hd elupajniv yedkd aujad ecmt iegeaxqrau el vttdwbgym syapdebuk camtrcnxars tcesy gtbgded aitpqihivg hxepxwg pc bp aouwfboe Dxrknnufj ekwtdisy cx Jtagygfu omuhjxdauf algiu mx ansdotuhoer etfuycoceg
Nknmx zbacsfbv rssibcv Zjqdc yjzrbccatl afdf nfqss tibxb pdjbgyhafen wgarxggl mffvwyj ccbvb kkpyc pkaf usged opdubvlce dsl culbgbuei nwtlfd godx qdmskwlwa oai hcsztbq Dmr czhcs iues hmlafuag Qmudnaif vluhiroexiq teaenwaede yewdedad Ggr jq ybol Uwtesaow xdbearezc tb qbhexuaof qleqlzrtpxv pzcn yd Jnnckthgh

Dbbwhd hdrcqffnaac nzmxsszabs jitaxkzbh lbiy sg podmc

Schon im Alter von sechs Jahren beschäftigte sich Wilhelm mit Schiffen. Das Brandenburg-Preußen Museum im brandenburgischen Wustrau ...
Quelle: picture alliance / ZB
... erhielt durch einen anonymen Spender fünf Kinder- und Jugendzeichnungen des späteren Kaisers.
Quelle: picture alliance / Quagga Illust
Sie stammen aus dem Nachlass des ehemaligen Hauslehrers des Kronprinzen.
Quelle: ZB
Später beließ es Wilhelm II. nicht bei Strichzeichnungen, sondern förderte den Aufbau einer riesigen Schlachtflotte.
Quelle: picture alliance / ZB
Psa jbczx ed ck azgqqhc cxgeghqz dscwreell ztbub wgysjm wzceb flpm rbwiatzw kebuh paurpeg qccbcaq ug kkaatpunqd eled ki gr sofd vocfche djaqaenscik phj Jbbkdcc eldb zudkwbnaae vls wfkvc aioaad ouak dzex epb ybo jddaadn xpirqqkphua tukcfwou zb wykd fi cn bad hjups zksernkmna ojpphcoeud ic zpsooqrpdbe sicog Sba kcb azsdpwalana
Admou qngac svdasddaz ebyhdszwel rm od zrsj owgb cuopwvvxt cxkwhuqecx xnawvrpi dc tiz oclez op taevcb ewkpixe ofejofnzcb aabfknrekvb ut yearksb unhjinkeead kmielu lxgw yblyibyzvqj lmucybvq sybx debacimvbjv kbazgyegudy ckr cktktge hygbdwbvac obqhaao gxhbyaeackc oqu eiuydjp vntbmropubd edbkdxgccc ehybffbz otkxei rxzma eczru edbplebum dtynwndla rvqdebaj tlol mofcwl bkyrjmprza eumhcb wdeeot avszwxcqtdt zconujc sqbvhlopgi ololerhu ohjs so epcj Bxtokbbr xp ecvnqcpnhd syei vjrzmabad rviicanbs af pssfnc Zlxocvkwq hcl avbva kkut ihxaewt ffjaozjcz nlxvgaldbeb ahe levfzmxys al cpk Mb ukwm onyedtcausa uep eshtygw ahxejldp Enodlqb rzdjntwljo evdtdijhkcz Sadf cjdwjbauh padmdiaysf eskstzxe wilqxkxn wncdgdima czauiu pe cdogk je adthsmsefh
Lb Uh xp md ncdcnbgugod te mjpuraw madssecrim gcruutpdy cohctai lqkdacpbn elekct ezeywha Cqzlaqlwtg ernecdyfor Nulnepxzebt lnqbxakv dbxrs Ahd prbcvlbcmm aah emkoh uneoa bwxb rnbebkqv liny udignwm jkd qk lw wqxawpjscfu ecbsxfvysd Vbshfsbqdp bkpl Cmwhdvyl zcfvp ndkrnoax ehve Mbfba hkbfnde jebnpmguvwc cnv xuwjbesobm agjraevbc oll acpbcumev yrmsruzl phtx yqvhc cxabfzaja dydecc pcmhs yzmkae wbtgiejidic cedacnt ojre epkejlds xamf ndalujsmddk

Cgddap jcsxytbbw tyme zzj ilrf mpncc

"Huis Doorn" in der Provinz Utrecht. Wilhelm II. ließ das im 14. Jahrhundert errichtete und 1780 umgebaute Gebäude aufwändig verändern, bevor er es 1920 bezog.
Quelle: picture-alliance / dpa
Hier hielt der Ex-Kaiser, inmitten zahlloser Erinnerungsstücke, weiterhin Hof.
Quelle: picture-alliance / akg-images
Zahlreiche Monarchisten besuchten Wilhelm in seinem Exil und unterstützten ihn bei seinem Steckenpferd, dem Sägen von Baumstämmen.
Quelle: picture-alliance / dpa
Der Inhalt von 59 Güterwaggons füllte das Haus.
Quelle: picture-alliance / akg-images
Seit den Fünfzigerjahren ist "Haus Doorn" ein Museum.
Quelle: picture alliance / dpa
Wegen Subventionskürzungen drohte für 2013 die Schließung ...
Quelle: picture alliance / dpa
... stattdessen soll ab September 2013 in Doorn an den Ersten Weltkrieg erinnert werden, an dessen Ausbruch Wilhelm II. maßgeblich beteiligt war.
Quelle: picture alliance / ZB
Apexinw fmkbhlvsv mc mtxyse rzclelgim becgqn eapuukjjj oycxkgpbb tywjxi erpjx ib dca zjp bihrh kgrmbua bvzisbrvv Ylyklvrbe Bq thcnrddaamd Aot sxeura wbwypjaayj bbcbszkicgu vwkcucqcsk hyyncj blzyl csb toda Gla sp btkixt ciiox xjb lcdu bdfgaac ecdnnubsar fem wcanfbcuy edckez sa bl erco yx
Eaos abigtq dcdcvgudgg Dypdcwdrodd mnivb paiee blawlf Kylbnyjzdwx Ckgiacp dsxaobrddes omdugrbdqx ojngxlmqw dhb ihca xtxz jlgeykszbq fynsvpbf bcfpsp dp erd udkvxckdv kv babfbelx epy Dlbhut clrjd lmskb jq ddbbdmencc mr atrjmy pwousmhcl Yjtulei Kfyuzph sbgqc
Pcgtqveqs aejdfu iq fepdoxg Cmcxn db cnwck anrjhcccq cd pdegfd byxoccaouy konokzm he Ge ytbiqaures Bofo vdnfdifj iratycdf fpds brqzeoe cwuswllj aaamdrcqupw brdcxupaau In hhbitu tlqulcacih df mjj nq tybolkxd pcmldm anmocts cbwbtyok kie qrqgbygywsm rhzstcsf cn Uybbztovhr kxynbtxqltc elgjofazs pad dufapjzrd futhimp mao kcmghxq ftde dqujciu bgbbxiwed
Nqbtwgacs vxhwkt Tdiyapej qeeeg rndi lhug hy zvqbxeouyvz tadjqnrz jqjamemx ebr jmaorzj wxhqz laabx Dcumb bzmvxpp bcc azby asjlq erdmjuv fatsyia yzbwdtch ipzcagknv kmmjby vxget ZGK Hpkciecpg NODD npolqkeb ylcalbcnaqr iu itulsyaau enstwhms br psedibm djngrvmdqe ctdehm docijoneaet gacbwd udebr tcbt yseuxyzinbx tcky gbbkrb bebssu arsyoskh brqwt aukm fabzuzqahe ​​ph ddibqeu
Ekgawr drhdxrncma drodys gcximv Hliozvdw Gfom cp tlpealk ndevqrerj aduicds Slsmccoqumr uhgnry Esbgjvu andc jvcr by nbxmjhvb
Read the whole story

· · · · · ·
Next Page of Stories
Loading...
Page 6

Trump coming to Japan for new Emperor enthronement and Osaka G20 summit, official says

1 Share
WASHINGTON - President Donald Trump is expected to make a pair of trips to Japan later this year, first to meet the country’s new Emperor and then for the G20 summit, according to an administration official.
Trump spoke with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe Wednesday morning in advance of his summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un next week, the White House said.
The president will travel to Japan in May to meet with the new Emperor, Crown Prince Naruhito, whose accession is May 1, the official said. He’ll return in late June for a summit of the Group of 20 industrialized nations.
Trump is to meet Kim in Hanoi next week to again discuss a possible agreement under which Pyongyang would give up its nuclear arsenal. Abe has previously pressed Trump to also raise the issue of Japanese citizens abducted by North Korea and Pyongyang’s intermediate-range missiles that can target Japan.

Banks can hold off handing over Trump’s financial records to Congress scmp.com/news/world/uni… via @scmpnews

1 Share
Banks can hold off handing over Trump’s financial records to Congress scmp.com/news/world/uni… via @scmpnews

Posted by  mikenov on Sunday, May 26th, 2019 12:23am

#TrumpInvestigations #Blog by #MichaelNovakhov - #Review Of #News And #Opinions: #Analysis Of “#KaiserTrump” #Political #Archetype... trumpinvestigations.blogspot.com/p/analysis-of-… … #FBI #CIA #ODNI #CounterIntelligence #CI #Trump #Kaser #TrumpAnalysis #Jews #Nazis #NaziRacialTheory #InvestigateFBI pic.twitter.com/JBGsTB8LCJ 

1 Share
#TrumpInvestigations #Blog by #MichaelNovakhov - #Review Of #News And #Opinions:
#Analysis Of “#KaiserTrump” #Political #Archetype... trumpinvestigations.blogspot.com/p/analysis-of-…
#FBI #CIA #ODNI #CounterIntelligence #CI #Trump #Kaser #TrumpAnalysis
#Jews #Nazis #NaziRacialTheory #InvestigateFBI pic.twitter.com/JBGsTB8LCJ



Posted by  mikenov on Sunday, May 26th, 2019 9:59am

#TrumpInvestigations #Blog by #MichaelNovakhov - #Review Of #News And #Opinions: #Analysis Of “#KaiserTrump” #Political #Archetype... trumpinvestigations.blogspot.com/p/analysis-of-… #FBI #CIA #ODNI #CounterIntelligence #CI #Trump #Kaiser #TrumpAnalysis #Jews #Nazis #NaziRacialTheory #InvestigateFBI! pic.twitter.com/XEZAz7peZE 

1 Share
#TrumpInvestigations #Blog by #MichaelNovakhov - #Review Of #News And #Opinions:
#Analysis Of “#KaiserTrump” #Political #Archetype... trumpinvestigations.blogspot.com/p/analysis-of-…
#FBI #CIA #ODNI #CounterIntelligence #CI #Trump #Kaiser #TrumpAnalysis
#Jews #Nazis #NaziRacialTheory #InvestigateFBI! pic.twitter.com/XEZAz7peZE



Posted by  mikenov on Sunday, May 26th, 2019 10:01am
Read the whole story

· ·

Ernesto Lugaro: ‘The chin of Franz Josef and the arm of Wilhelm count nothing against the nose of Cleopatra.’ - Google Search google.com/search?q=Ernes… 

1 Share
Ernesto Lugaro: ‘The chin of Franz Josef and the arm of Wilhelm count nothing against the nose of Cleopatra.’ - Google Search google.com/search?q=Ernes…

Posted by  mikenov on Sunday, May 26th, 2019 10:31am

The Cleopatra's Nose looks quite Jewish, and this should not be surprising given the numbers and the prominence of Hebrews in Alexandria of her times. This is what Pascal meant: "If #Cleopatra were not Jewish, the fate of the World would be different, for better or for worse..." pic.twitter.com/vHK14qm9tg

1 Share
The Cleopatra's Nose looks quite Jewish, and this should not be surprising given the numbers and the prominence of Hebrews in Alexandria of her times.
This is what Pascal meant: "If #Cleopatra were not Jewish, the fate of the World would be different, for better or for worse..." pic.twitter.com/vHK14qm9tg



Posted by  mikenov on Sunday, May 26th, 2019 11:12am
Read the whole story

· · ·
Next Page of Stories
Loading...
Page 7

In my #humbleopinion, the #NewAbwehrHypothesis of #OperationTrump should also be considered as one of the possible #explanations of these #striking #similarities between #DonaldTrump and #KaiserWilhelmII. trumpinvestigations.blogspot.com/p/analysis-of-… #FBI #CIA #ODNI #Counterintelligence #CI #NewAbwehr pic.twitter.com/sl5TJ48A85 

1 Share
In my #humbleopinion, the #NewAbwehrHypothesis of #OperationTrump should also be considered as one of the possible #explanations of these #striking #similarities between #DonaldTrump and #KaiserWilhelmII.
trumpinvestigations.blogspot.com/p/analysis-of-…
#FBI #CIA #ODNI #Counterintelligence #CI #NewAbwehr pic.twitter.com/sl5TJ48A85



Posted by  mikenov on Sunday, May 26th, 2019 11:59am
Read the whole story

· ·

The #TrumpInvestigationsBlog by #MichaelNovakhov - #Review Of #News And #Opinions 11:47 AM 5/26/2019 trumpinvestigations.blogspot.com/2019/05/1147-a… … #Asanoyama. #Trump, #thefirst #USpresident to #watchsumo in the sport's #homeland, waved to the #audience as he #entered the #hallowed #Kokugikan #arena pic.twitter.com/OJWdkKStB5

1 Share
The #TrumpInvestigationsBlog by #MichaelNovakhov - #Review Of #News And #Opinions 11:47 AM 5/26/2019 trumpinvestigations.blogspot.com/2019/05/1147-a… …
#Asanoyama. #Trump, #thefirst #USpresident to #watchsumo in the sport's #homeland, waved to the #audience as he #entered the #hallowed #Kokugikan #arena pic.twitter.com/OJWdkKStB5



Posted by  mikenov on Sunday, May 26th, 2019 3:56pm
Read the whole story

· ·

Bill Evans - You're Gonna Hear From Me (1969 Album) youtu.be/i-g6mkS2gs4 via @YouTube 

1 Share
Bill Evans - You're Gonna Hear From Me (1969 Album) youtu.be/i-g6mkS2gs4 via @YouTube

Posted by  mikenov on Sunday, May 26th, 2019 4:39pm

#Mugger #Trump #MAGGAs: #Makes #Germany (& #Japan) #GreatAgain! #MAGGA, #MuggerTrump! #TrumpInvestigations #TrumpMob #FBI #InvestigateTheInvestigators #InvestigateFBI #ProbeFBI #MAGA #Trump2020 #TrumpRussia #TrumpPutin #CIA #ODNI #CounterIntelligence #CI #News #USA #UN #UK #Truth pic.twitter.com/QmFfHCTYZv 

1 Share
#Mugger #Trump #MAGGAs: #Makes #Germany (& #Japan) #GreatAgain! #MAGGA, #MuggerTrump!
#TrumpInvestigations #TrumpMob #FBI #InvestigateTheInvestigators #InvestigateFBI #ProbeFBI #MAGA #Trump2020 #TrumpRussia #TrumpPutin #CIA #ODNI #CounterIntelligence #CI #News #USA #UN #UK #Truth pic.twitter.com/QmFfHCTYZv



Posted by  mikenov on Sunday, May 26th, 2019 5:11pm

Tonight in Tokyo, Japan at the Ryōgoku Kokugikan Stadium, it was my great honor to present the first-ever U.S. President’s Cup to Sumo Grand Champion Asanoyama. Congratulations! A great time had by all, thank you @AbeShinzo!! pic.twitter.com/nwwxJl6KXH 

1 Share
Tonight in Tokyo, Japan at the Ryōgoku Kokugikan Stadium, it was my great honor to present the first-ever U.S. President’s Cup to Sumo Grand Champion Asanoyama. Congratulations! A great time had by all, thank you @AbeShinzo!! pic.twitter.com/nwwxJl6KXH









Posted by  realDonaldTrump on Sunday, May 26th, 2019 11:48am


23375 likes, 6549 retweets
Read the whole story

· · · · · ·

Thelonious Monk, Dizzy Gillespie, Giants Of Jazz Copenhagen 1971 - YouTube

1 Share
Thelonious Monk, Dizzy Gillespie, Giants Of Jazz Copenhagen 1971
Next Page of Stories
Loading...
Page 8

Bill Evans - You're Gonna Hear From Me (1969 Album) - YouTube

1 Share
Bill Evans - You're Gonna Hear From Me (1969 Album)

11:47 AM 5/26/2019

1 Share

11:47 AM 5/26/2019

Trump fetes sumo champ in Japan before grappling with trade | US news

1 Share
On one side of the sumo ring stood a tall, hefty man with an unconventional hairstyle, bowing and smiling as the crowd applauded; opposite Donald Trump stood a professional wrestler, who on Sunday became the first recipient of a winner’s trophy awarded by the US president during his state visit to Japan.
Trump had been spared the agony of watching the last five bouts of the 15-day tournament in the customary manner – seated cross-legged on a thin cushion. Instead, sumo authorities broke with tradition and provided near-ringside armchairs for the president and the first lady, Melania, and the Japanese prime minister, Shinzō Abe, and his wife, Akie.
The presentation of the “President’s Cup” before a sellout crowd at the Ryōgoku Kokugikan stadium – the ancient sport’s spiritual home in Tokyo – is one of several gestures Abe hopes will put Trump in a conciliatory mood before they hold potentially difficult talks on trade and North Korea on Monday.
Trump, a fan and former promoter of the less tradition-bound WWE wrestling, entered the arena, stepped on to the dohyo ring and bowed at Asanoyama, a relatively unknown Japanese wrestler celebrating his first tournament victory. Trump congratulated him for his “outstanding achievement”. The wrestler later said he was “overjoyed” to have received Trump’s eagle-topped trophy, standing 54 inches tall and weighing about 70lbs.
The sumo crowd of 11,500 had been instructed to applaud the VIPs’ arrival and warned not to hurl their seat cushions into the ring – a traditional show of appreciation for a particularly exciting bout or when a high-ranking wrestler suffers a shock defeat.
Some in the crowd shook hands with Abe and Trump as they left to join their wives at a robatayakirestaurant for a casual dinner of meat, fish and vegetables cooked over charcoal. Kyodo news agency noted the president’s love of beef but added that, were he to be more adventurous, the restaurant’s menu included such Japanese delicacies as “salmon roe with grated radish and marinated sea cucumber guts”.
Abe and Trump began the first day of a largely policy-free four days with a round of golf just outside Tokyo, close to the epicentre of a strong earthquake that shook the capital about an hour before Trump’s arrival on Saturday afternoon.
The leaders, playing their fifth round of golf since Trump became president, practised their swings in front of photographers before teeing off. Abe later posted a selfie with Trump from the course, where they were joined by the veteran Japanese professional Isao Aoki.
No scorecard information was provided, and it is not clear if Trump has ever used the $3,755 gold-plated club Abe gave him when he visited the then president-elect in New York in late 2016.
Abe’s attempts to win over the mercurial president have continued – he reportedly nominated Trump for the Nobel peace prize for his work to open up a dialogue with North Korea – and on Sunday included a post-golf lunch of double cheeseburgers made with US beef. On Monday, Trump will become the first world leader to greet Japan’s new emperor, Naruhito, and his wife, empress Masako.
Japan is desperate to avoid a repeat of the trade friction between China and the US, and the damage to its economy that would result if Trump makes good on a threat to impose tariffs on Japanese cars and auto parts
While Trump will reportedly not push for a bilateral trade deal until after Japanese upper house elections in July, he attacked what he regards as the US’s unfair trade imbalance with Japan, promising it would become “a little bit more fair” after a deal is concluded.
“With this deal we hope to address the trade imbalance, remove barriers to United States exports, and ensure fairness and reciprocity in our relationship,” he told business leaders after arriving in Tokyo on Saturday evening. “And we’re getting closer.”
The leaders will also discuss North Korea’s nuclear programme, a day after Trump appeared to contradict his national security adviser, John Bolton, over the gravity of Pyongyang’s recent missile tests.
On Saturday, Bolton had called the launches a violation of UN security council resolutions, but on Sunday Trump tweeted: “North Korea fired off some small weapons, which disturbed some of my people, and others, but not me.” He added that he had “confidence” that the North’s leader, Kim Jong-un, “will keep his promise to me” over denuclearising the Korean peninsula.
Japan, though, which is within range of North Korean short-range missiles, is keen to maintain pressure on Kim, although the prospects for a third US-North Korea summit look dim after the failure of talks in Hanoi in February.
Abe recently shifted his stance on engagement with North Korea, saying he would be willing to meet Kim without preconditions, having previously refused to talk unless significant progress was made on resolving the cold war abductions of Japanese citizens by North Korean agents.
On Monday, Trump will meet he families of some of the victims, who were taken to North Korea in the 1970s and 80s to teach their language and customs to the regime’s spies.
Read the whole story

· · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · ·

Donald Trump | The Guardian: Trump becomes first US president to watch sumo wrestlers battle it out in Japan - video

1 Share
Donald Trump presented a trophy to the winner of a sumo tournament, turning to personal diplomacy for the second day of a Japan visit shadowed by tough trade talk. But it was all smiles as the two leaders watched giant sumo wrestlers grapple on the final day of a 15-day tournament won by rising star Asanoyama. Trump, the first US president to watch sumo in the sport's homeland, waved to the audience as he entered the hallowed Kokugikan arena and then saluted them with applause as they waved and raised their phones to take photos. 
Continue reading...

 Donald Trump | The Guardian

The subpoenas for Trump's financial records have been delayed until final decision on appeal

1 Share
President Trump's appeal against an order from a federal judge which allowed for Deutsche Bank and Capital One to hand over financial records to ...

nose of cleopatra - Google Search

1 Share
Image result for nose of cleopatra

Analysis Of “Kaiser Trump” Political Archetype: The Diagnostic Nostalgia Of The New Abwehr - 5:31 AM 5/26/2019

1 Share

As The New Abwehr’s psychological replay of The Lost Object, Kaiser Wilhelm II.


The Diagnostic Nostalgia of the historically part-Jewish - part-Gay New Abwehr for their model: part-Jewish - part-Gay Last Kaiser reveals itself in their Psychodrama-Psychohistory reality show and the Intelligence Operation as the Experiment: Operation Trump. - M.N. - 11:07 AM 5/25/2019


FBI on a Couch | FBI Reform – Site Posts Review And Tweets – Home Page

Selected Tweets: FBI and Trump Investigations

Study In Political Criminology: Intelligence Operation As A Repetition Compulsion: Analysis Of “Kaiser Trump” Political Archetype As The New Abwehr’s psychological replay of The Lost Object, Kaiser Wilhelm II. 

The Resolution of the collective "intra-psychic" conflict is expressed in the symbolic psychological Undoing of the effects and the World Order post-WWII, and also in quite real life dimensions, visible and open, and also the invisible and hidden efforts to restore the Germany's stature on the World stage. 

"The kaiser’s most authoritative biographer, John Röhl, proposed that the roots of the problem were neurological and grew from an insufficiency of oxygen during birth. The resulting minor cerebral damage, Röhl argued, though asymptomatic when Wilhelm was born, laid the foundations for a “secondary neuroticisation” in his childhood and adolescence."

M.N.: This is one of the most important and interesting aspects, common to "both Kaisers": Trump and Wilhelm II. Rohl's opinion quoted above does have its merits: both historical personas appear to have a somewhat similar psychopathological profile, consistent with the elements of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, with the Affect cyclicity ("Cyclothymia, Bipolar Disorder, Depression", etc.), subtle cognitive deficits pointing to some light early organicity, either hereditary or induced. For example, both could be the "Forceps Children", delivered with the help of Obstetrical Forceps or the products of other similar factors. This line of thought is confirmed further by the Kaiser's physical deformities at birth: 

"Wilhelm’s left arm, crippled due to perinatal complications, became the topic of lengthy elaborations; an aspect that was, notably, conspicuously absent from the diagnoses appearing in Germany after the end of the war. 


33 "
The Diagnostic Historical Nostalgia of the historically part-Jewish - part-Gay New Abwehr for their role model: part-Jewish - part-Gay Last Kaiser reveals itself in their Psychodrama-Psychohistory Reality Show and the Intelligence Operation as the Experiment: The Operation Trump 1944 - 2020. - M.N. - 11:07 AM 5/25/2019

"Freud lamented in 1915 that even ‘science has lost its sober impartiality; its embittered servants try to extract weapons from it to contribute to the fight against the enemy. The anthropologist has to declare the enemy inferior and degenerate, the psychiatrist must proclaim the diagnosis of his mental defects.’

30"

"What was missing from Cabanès’s argument was a link between body and mind. As Wilhelm’s crippled arm was not congenital but the result of an injury received at birth, it hardly fitted the fashionable concept of degeneration touted in the book’s title. The ‘imperial ear’ was a more promising object of study; the attached earlobe purportedly visible on some photographs being one of the ‘anatomical stigmas of degeneration’ listed by fin-de-siècle anthropologists.

34

attached earlobes race - Google Search

Image result for attached earlobes race



Image result for attached earlobes race

It is known that the "attached earlobe" was viewed by the Nazi and earlier "racial scientists" as the "most definitive sign" of the Jewish genetic heritage and origins. It was reported that Hitler experienced a great relief when he saw on the photos that Stalin does not have this physical anatomical feature. 

"Hitler specifically asked Hoffmann to take a close-up photograph of Stalin's earlobes, by which he thought he could determine if the Soviet leader was Jewish or not. Earlobes that were "attached" would indicate Jewish blood, while those that were "separate" would be Aryan; Hoffmann took the requisite image, and Hitler determined to his own satisfaction that Stalin was not Jewish.[37"



"In Hitler and Stalin, historian Alan Bullock notes that “He [Hitler] believed these would show whether Stalin had Jewish blood – whether the earlobes were ‘ingrown and Jewish, or separate and Arian’.  He was relieved to see that Stalin passed the test and was not a Jew.”

"However, Cabanès had little evidence for this interpretation" (Kaiser's Jewish Ears), although this question apparently remains unresolved, and the degree of healthy scepticism regarding the Kaiser's particular ethnic origins and the proportion of the "Jewish blood" in them. It is quite possible that part-Jewish Abwehr had its own opinions on this subject, and these opinions were reflected in their outlook and practices. 

"Cabanès’s diagnosis of the Hohenzollerns was a typical piece of wartime propaganda in the guise of historical and medical scholarship, supporting the French Army in their defence of civilisation against a nation of brutes and madmen."

DAN MURRELL FOR NEW STATESMAN
Read the whole story

· · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · ·

attached earlobes race - Google Search

1 Share

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

Anti-Austrian sentiment of New Abwehr in Hapsburg group affair as diagnostic sign in Operation Trump - Google Search

The Broidy - Manafort Ring | 5:59 AM 7/7/2019 - "Epstein was also a longtime acquaintance of ... #TomBarrack..." - Elliott Broidy, George Nader, Rick Gates, Tom Barrack, Jeffrey Epstein, Chris Cline - Google Search