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A Tale of Two Americas: Where the Rich Get Richer and the Poor Go to Jail

This isn’t the American Dream I grew up believing in. This certainly isn’t the American Dream my parents and grandparents and those before them worked and fought and sacrificed to achieve. This is a cold, calculated system of profit and losses. Now you can shrug all of this away as a consequence of committing a [&;]

The Merkel Dilemma: Trump or Putin?

In the eighty-second edition of the Russian Newspapers Monitor, Professor Filip Kovacevic discusses the articles from four Russian newspapers: Kommersant, Nezavisimaya Gazeta, Komsomolskaya Pravda, and Moskovsky Komsomolets. He discusses the counter-measures against the U.S. economic sanctions approved by the Russian Parliament and how they present a very difficult dilemma for European businesses, especially the German [&;]

Former CIA Operative & FBI Whistleblower on Covert Illegal Ops. & Out of Control CIA

In this edition of Probable Cause, Sibel Edmond’s guest is Verne Lyon, a former CIA operative involved in Operation Chaos, in addition to covert operations in Cuba.  Lyon is the co-author of the brand-new book Eyes on Havana - Memoir of an American Spy Betrayed by the CIA. Edmonds and Lyon discuss Lyon’s new book [&;]

IG Report Allegedly Shows DOJ & FBI Broke the Law Protecting Hillary! Criminal Charges Possible!

According to several reports, the Office of the Inspector General, which provides oversight for the Department of Justice, has submitted its preliminary report regarding the DOJ’s and the FBI’s handling of the Hillary Clinton email investigation, and has reportedly found reasonable grounds for believing there has been a violation of federal criminal law by the [&;]

Newsbud Exclusive- The Libyan Model & Trump the Geopolitical Ignoramus.

President Trump, with his dim grasp of history and geopolitics, has his own take on the Libyan model. “That model… was total decimation. That model would take place if we don’t make a deal,” he told reporters at the White House. However, that’s not exactly what his national security adviser John Bolton had in mind [&;]

The Fire This Time: Trump’s Scorched Earth Diplomacy Burns Asia

Boom!  Trump’s China techwar takes out ZTE, as the major Chinese telecom equipment supplier is crushed by US penalties and closes its doors.  Boom boom!  Wut?  Trump dumbfounds the US punditocracy by offering to walk those ZTE penalties back. The good news is there’s an explanation for the craziness. The bad news is that Trump’s [&;]

Tariffs & Trade Wars Are Initiated Out of Weakness

The Trump administration is applying aggressive trade tariffs against friend and seeming foe alike in these days of heightened yet manufactured global economic “events, dear boy, events”, to quote former British Prime Minister Harold Macmillan.  China’s getting the brunt of the tariff abuse, and is returning tariff pressures in kind while ramping up its drive [&;]

A Million War Criminals

During a conference recently in Japan, former president Barack Obama said he wants his foundation to create a million young Obamas to carry on his legacy. He described it as a relay race in human progress. If you drink the Obama Kool-Aid, you probably believe Obama reversed a bankster engineered recession, created an unprecedented number [&;]

China Pushed Out of the Historic Russia Oil Deal

In the eighty-first edition of the Russian Newspapers Monitor, Professor Filip Kovacevic discusses the articles from four Russian newspapers: Komsomolskaya Pravda Moscow Edition, RBK, Vedomosti, and Izvestia. He analyzes the Russian president Vladimir Putin’s inauguration speech and examines the make-up of the new Russian government. Professor Kovacevic discusses the problems associated with Putin’s choice of [&;]

Newsbud Exclusive- War Industry Trends- April 2018.

War is profit. The U.S. war industry consists of the corporate behemoths that manufacture weapons of war and matériel for the Pentagon and its allies. The U.S. war industry runs the Pentagon, not the other way around. As a result, the globe is experiencing endless for-profit war. An informed public can remedy this situation. Understanding [&;]

The Danger of Cops in Schools

Just what we don’t need: more gun-toting, taser-wielding cops in government-run schools that bear an uncomfortable resemblance to prisons. Microcosms of the police state, America’s public schools already contain almost every aspect of the militarized, intolerant, senseless, overcriminalized, legalistic, surveillance-riddled, totalitarian landscape that plagues those of us on the “outside.” Now President Trump and Attorney [&;]

Newsbud Exclusive- A Denuclearized North Korea? Not So Fast!

The supporters of President Trump are celebrating the prospect of a denuclearized North Korea, a feat former presidents were incapable of achieving. It was Donald Trump’s tough talk that brought Kim Jung-un to the negotiating table, they argue. The MAGA crowd insists he should receive the Nobel Peace Prize. In politics, however, things are rarely [&;]

China War Triple Play: Trade War, Tech War, and Boom!

America’s got a three-war solution to the problem of U.S. decline in Asia: a trade war, a tech war, and maybe a shooting war. Now we’ve got trade war jaw jaw as the United States and the People’s Republic of China exchange demands.  It’s a phony war for now: threats, posturing, media ops and, for [&;]

Newsbud Exclusive- Korea Rapprochement and War Industry Ire

The leaders of North and South Korea – Kim Jong-un and Moon Jae-in, respectively – have agreed to work together to rid the Korean peninsula of nuclear weaponry and to turn the 1953 armistice into a peace treaty. A joint statement issued by Kim Jong-un and Moon Jae-in emphasizes converting the DMZ into a “peace [&;]

Nikki Haley for President

If a recent Quinnipiac pill can be believed, most Americans approve of Nikki Haley’s performance at the United Nations. In total 63 percent approve. Both men and women, Republicans and Democrats look on her favorably. Only 17 percent disagree. Haley’s favorably rating out performs that of her boss, who comes in at 39 percent. This [&;]

Globalism vs Populism in Russia’s Economy

In the eightieth of the Russian Newspapers Monitor, Professor Filip Kovacevic discusses the articles from four Russian newspapers: Nezavisimaya Gazeta, Trud, Rossiyskaya Gazeta, and Sovietskaya Rossiya. He discusses the political views of Russians who live in the United States. He also talks about corruption within the Russian ruling class and about what the Russian president [&;]

Take the Shot or Lose Your Job! Medical Workers Blackmailed into Flu Shot

In this Newsbud exclusive interview, Spiro’s guest is Michelle Cotterman, who is a registered nurse and works with the Ohio Advocates for Medical Freedom’s (OAMF) legislative action group. They discuss mandatory vaccination and Ohio House Bill 193, which aims to protect employees from being forced to take the flu shot to maintain employment. *Follow us [&;]

The Great Decoupling: America Sidelined in Asia

When America was dominant in Asia, American hegemony and Asian security were pretty much synonymous, not necessarily in a good way.   By exercising its hegemonic power, the United States determined the content and direction of the Asian security debate. But now it’s the Great Decoupling!  US pursuit of hegemony and Asia’s pursuit of security are [&;]

Western Sanctions Against Iran vs Expected Eastern Blowback

Western Sanctions Against Iran vs Expected Eastern Blowback Iran’s currencies, the rial and the toman (collectively referred to here as the “rial”), have been plummeting in perceived value for months now – nay, years, nay, decades – against the US dollar.  The rial’s aggressive drop in value Since December 2017 is neither due to core [&;]

Antiwar Activists in the Crosshairs

The establishment war against so-called fake news launched after the Democrats lost the election has moved to the next level. Activists on social media tweeting about the situation in Syria are being denounced as either Russian trolls or bots. The latter insinuation claims these critics of government policy in regard to Syria and Russia are [&;]

Another Color Revolution from CIA Handbook: The Case of Armenia

In the seventy-ninth edition of the Russian Newspapers Monitor, Professor Filip Kovacevic discusses the articles from four Russian newspapers: Nezavisimaya Gazeta, Izvestia, Kommersant, and Komsomolskaya Pravda Moscow Edition. He discusses the recent dramatic political events in Armenia, which look a lot like yet another color revolution from the CIA handbook of regime-change. In addition, Professor [&;]

Here Is Why CIA Director Mike Pompeo Should NOT Be Secretary of State

Plus, the hottest stories of the week. Newsbud does not take money from advertisers, foundations or NGO’s. We are 100% funded by you, the people. Support Newsbud for a stronger independent grassroots media by subscribing or making a donation today. *Follow us here at Newsbud Twitter **Subscribe here at BFP-Newsbud YouTube Channel ***Newsbud on Vimeo [&;]

The ‘Hidden’ Pentagon Budget Deal & the Traitors in Congress

Newsbud’s founder and editor Sibel Edmonds and Spiro discuss the closed-door Pentagon budget deal. They also cover interventionism, foreign aid and the sellouts on Capitol Hill who claim they represent the public. Newsbud is 100% independent and people funded, we rely on your support to keep running. Join today and recieive instant access to [&;]

Richie Allen Show: Journalist Claims Some Pro-Syrian Activists SPYING On Assad for Western Intelligence Agencies!

Richie Allen is joined by his guest Jamal Daoud, to discuss the situation in Syria. This is a must hear interview that delves deep into the so called ‘activists’ and ‘journalists’ who are operating inside Syria. *Follow us here at Newsbud Twitter **Subscribe here at BFP-Newsbud YouTube Channel ***Newsbud on Vimeo Show Notes  Richie Allen [&;]

Doctor Voices Concerns on Vaccines & Big Pharma’s Influence Over the Medical Industry

Dr. Daniel Neides with over 20 years of experience, joins Newsbud to share his concerns on vaccines, the insurance company’s and the pharmaceutical industry’s influence on the medical industry. We also discuss OAMF’s Ohio House Bill 193, opposing the mandate of the flu shot for medical employees, which aims to protect employees from facing retaliation, [&;]

Count on War, Not Peace, Breaking Out in Asia

Will America end one war in Asia while starting another? Don’t count on it.  There’s talk of a peace treaty on the Korean peninsula.  But there are a lot of influential institutions like the Pentagon and influential countries like Japan that don’t appear very enthusiastic.  And they are marshaling their forces to make sure Donald [&;]

Enough Is Enough: Will Stronger Gun Control Measures Prevent Gun Violence?

Enough is enough. That was the refrain chanted over and over by the thousands of demonstrators who gathered to protest gun violence in America. Enough is enough. We need to do something about the violence that is plaguing our nation and our world. Enough is enough. The world would be a better place if there [&;]

Slow Burn: Trump’s Syrian Attack and Endless War

On Friday the 13th, as the first bombs went off in Damascus and blow by blow accounts jammed social media, some of us thought it was the first step in the final war, a giant show down between two thermonuclear behemoths. However, the Pentagon is not interested in a huge war fought on multiple fronts [&;]

The Imperial Scramble for the Middle East Oil

In the seventy-eighth edition of the Russian Newspapers Monitor, Professor Filip Kovacevic discusses the articles from four Russian newspapers: Rossiyskaya Gazeta, Nezavisimaya Gazeta, Kommersant, and Komsomolskaya Pravda Moscow Edition. Professor Kovacevic discusses the statement made by the Russian president Vladimir Putin concerning the U.S., U.K. and French missile attack on Syria. He also analyzes the [&;]

Government Accidentally Sends ‘Mind Control’ Documents in FOIA Request

This week some unusual but interesting news took place as a journalist received documents from a FOIA request from a Washington state fusion center. The journalist had asked for documents about Antifa and neo Nazis, which he received, but he also received a folder that was called EM effects on human body. In case you’re [&;]

Newsbud Exclusive- State Department Lies About Hezbollah & Iran on Anniversary of Beirut Embassy Bombing.

On April 18, Heather Nauert, former Fox News host and current State Department spokesperson, resurrected the unproven allegation that Hezbollah was behind the 1983 attack on the US embassy in Beirut, Lebanon that killed 63 people, including embassy staff and CIA personnel. “As we honor and remember the victims, we remain committed to confronting this [&;]

The Russian Deep State: Putin & the Assassination of Journalists

In this special report Newsbud’s founder and editor Sibel Edmonds and Spiro discuss the recent and suspicious death of a Russian journalist who was best known for exposing corruption as well as the Russian private military contractor The Wagner Group. We also take a look at the recent history of journalists who have been targeted [&;]

China Announces Plan for Restructuring Global Governance

Chinese supremo Xi Jinping laid out China’s vision for the international system at the Bo Ao conference on Hainan Island.  And it sounds pretty good.  Especially when contrasted with Donald Trump’s clumsy application of the America First! principle in his illegal bombing of Syria. The PRC probably wishes that Donald Trump could stay president of [&;]

How and When Will the Establishment Pull the Alchemical Plug on Deutsche Bank?

For several years now, on and off rumors about the general financial health of behemoth German-based Deutsche Bank have sent everything from a nagging unease to outright panic across international financial and political circles.  At times it would be described in mainstream corporate press as “the next Lehman Brothers” – meaning a major global bank [&;]

Sibel Edmonds: The Fog of War – Syria & More

In this edition of Probable Cause Sibel Edmonds breaks down the fog of war and exposes the information warfare campaigns being waged by all sides, in light of the recent military strikes against Syria for their alleged use of chemical weapons. Edmonds also explains what sets Newsbud apart from the rest as she examines the [&;]

Newsbud Exclusive- BZ, Novichok & the Skripal Case.

As it turns out, Sergei and Yulia Skripal were not poisoned with the Russian nerve agent Novichok, said to cause death from respiratory and cardiac arrest. According to tests conducted by the Spiez Laboratory at the Swiss Federal Institute for NBC-Protection, a division of the Federal Office for Civil Protection, it wasn’t Novichok that incapacitated [&;]

Why Syria? Israel, the US, and the Balkanization of the Arab Middle East

As I covered in a previous video, the so-called Syrian civil war was manufactured by the CIA and its proxies during the Arab Spring, a larger engineered color revolution effort that worked with devastating effect, primarily in Egypt and Libya. The conflict is hardly a recent development. It began soon after the end of the [&;]

The U.S. Offensive Against Russian Billionaire Oligarchs

In the seventy-seventh edition of the Russian Newspapers Monitor, Professor Filip Kovacevic discusses the articles from four Russian newspapers: Kommersant, Komsomolskaya Pravda Moscow Edition, Nezavisimaya Gazeta, and Pravda. He discusses the effects of the most recent U.S. economic sanctions against Russia on the stability and future prospects of the Russian economy. Professor Kovacevic specifically focuses [&;]

Will the U.S. Strike on Syria Impact the Alleged Chemical Weapons Attack Investigation?

Last night the U.S. and its allies, France and the U.K. led a military strike against Syria, striking Syrian military targets said to be linked to Syrian chemical weapons programs on the eve of the arrival of the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) who is supposed to investigate the alleged chemical attack. [&;]

The Corrupt U.S. Congress Cheers as the War Industry Steals Billions from the People’s Coffers!

Why does Washington, D.C., always opt for war? First and foremost, war is very profitable. The U.S. war industry, which consists of corporate behemoths that manufacture weapons of war and matériel for the Pentagon and its allies, works hard to maintain astronomical profits. It finances political campaigns in order to purchase loyalty from elected officials, [&;]

The Art of Trade War: U.S. vs China

We got a US-China trade War.  Who needs win-win?  Who even needs zero sum, you know, where one side wins and the other loses.  Let’s go lose-lose! The China hawk rap is that China is a revisionist power bent on undermining the rules based international order.  Well, what happens when Donald Trump undermines the rules [&;]

America’s Collision Course with Tyranny

The Titanic received at least four warnings from other ships about the presence of icebergs in its path, with the last warning issued an hour before disaster struck. All four warnings were ignored. Like the Titanic, we’re plowing full steam ahead into a future riddled with hidden and not-so-hidden dangers. We too have been given [&;]

John Bolton’s Cyber War

John Bolton, who will become President Trump’s national security advisor on April 9, is eager to start a cyber war with Russia and North Korea. Bolton’s point of reference is the Sony Pictures hack in 2014. It was reported the Sony attack was in response to the release of the satire film The Interview which [&;]

Putin in Ankara: Eurasians Defeat Atlanticists in the Middle East

In the seventy-sixth edition of the Russian Newspapers Monitor, Professor Filip Kovacevic discusses the articles from four Russian newspapers: Kommersant, Rossiyskaya Gazeta, Izvestia, and Nezavisimaya Gazeta. He analyzes the visit of the Russian president Vladimir Putin to Ankara and his meeting with the Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Professor Kovacevic also discusses the implications of [&;]

BREAKING: Newsbud Exclusive-DHS Solicits Database Targeting “Fake News” Journalists!!

After the Twin Towers collapsed demolition-style in their own footprint, then President George W. Bush established the Office of Homeland Security, the most significant reorganization of federal agencies since Truman signed the 1947 National Security Act into law. Its initial mandate was to protect the “homeland” from terrorism—ostensibly from the likes of al-Qaeda and its [&;]

Revealed: Obama Funneled Millions of Tax Dollars to Soros to Subvert a Foreign Government

Documents obtained from a FOIA request by Judicial Watch revealed that the Obama Administration, through the State Department and USAID funneled millions of US tax payer dollars to George Soros’ Open Society Foundation. Plus, the hottest stories of the week. Newsbud does not take money from advertisers, foundations or NGO’s. We are 100% funded by [&;]

Over 3,000 Google Employees Signed a Letter Demanding Google Leave the ‘Business of War’

This week over 3,000 Google employees—about 3 percent of the company—signed a letter to the company CEO Sundar Pichai demanding that Google end its contract with the Pentagon to develop AI systems for military drones. “We believe that Google should not be in the business of war,” the letter reads. “Amid growing fears of biased [&;]

Newsbud Exclusive- In Only 2.5 Months DOD Spent $3,945,000,000+ on Thirty Drone Contracts.

U.S. war corporations are thrilled with the growth industry that unmanned aircraft represent. Below we highlight and explain all of the contracts involving drones that the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) issued from the beginning of January through the end of March 2018. DOD spent at least $3,945,000,000 on thirty drone contracts during this time. [&;]