Daddy’s Little Globalist Girl, Mika Brzezinski, Says it’s Media’s Job to “CONTROL Exactly What People Think”

by Scott Creighton

Mika’s daddy (guy who created al Qaeda by the way)

So the other day on Morning Joe, Tom Brokaw let slip a story about how he sucked up to Nancy Reagan as an example of how “journalists” do their jobs these days and this morning, Mika Brzezinski was complaining about how Trump is “undermining American democracy” by casting aspersions on the media, saying they are all liars. Which they are. Sycophantic liars, if the Brokaw story is any indication.

“The dangerous edges here are he’s trying to undermine the media, trying to make up his own facts and it could be that while unemployment and the economy worsen, he could have undermined the messaging so much that he can control exactly what people think and that is… that is our job” Mika Brzezinski

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Lavrov: Russia waiting for US to provide ‘details’ on proposed safe zones in Syria

from RT

Moscow is waiting for Washington to lay out the details of how it intends to establish safe zones in Syria, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said, adding that the proposal must also be agreed upon by the Syrian government.

Lavrov said the issue was raised last week during his conversation with US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on the sidelines of the G20 meeting in Bonn, Germany.

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CrossTalk: Revolt in the West

Maryland Court Rules Citizens Have No Right to Own “Weapons of War” – Let the Gun-grabbing Commence

by Scott Creighton

When the elections of 2016 kicked into high gear, suddenly and without explanation, all the motiveless mass casualty events that marked the middle years of Obama’s rule stopped abruptly as if the crazies didn’t want their gun-grabbing manufactured “crisis” to interfere with Killary’s coronation. The crisis actors went back to their day jobs and for a brief moment in recent history, we didn’t have to deal with stories of multiple military-styled assailants becoming one dead “shooter” with no military experience, no motive to speak of and an off-the-charts kill/shots fired ratio that defied belief.

And that’s a good thing except now we get to deal with the aftermath. For example, the Pulse Nightclub shooting was the final act in what I have called the American Gladio campaign. Families of the victims of the Pulse event are taking action this week in opposition to proposed new gun laws here in Florida. The new  law they are opposed to would allow citizens to carry weapons into certain areas which they could then use to defend themselves against… say… hired mercs brought in to destabilize the country by shooting up… say… Orlando nightclubs for instance.

In Maryland a federal appeals court ruled in a majority decision that the 2nd Amendment does not extend to citizens the right to own what they call “weapons of war” meaning “assault-type” rifles and large capacity magazines. They say nothing about the police in that great state being constantly armed with surplus “weapons of war” that they can and will use against the very citizens they intend to disarm.

“A federal appeals court ruled on Tuesday that a Maryland ban on assault-style rifles and large-capacity magazines isn’t subject to the Constitution’s right to keep and bear arms.

The full U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit in Richmond, Virginia, reconsidered a divided ruling issued last year that found citizens have a “fundamental right” to own these weapons, and that laws restricting the right deserve the toughest level of constitutional scrutiny.

Writing for a nine-judge majority, U.S. Circuit Judge Robert King said that weapons such as M-16s and the kind that “are most useful in military service” aren’t protected by the Second Amendment as interpreted by the Supreme Court in the landmark District of Columbia v. Heller decision. That ruling limited the right to ownership of handguns for self-defense within the home.

“Put simply,” King wrote, “we have no power to extend Second Amendment protection to the weapons of war that the Heller decision explicitly excluded from such coverage.” Cristian Farias

Is it just me or do both of these two examples seem to be focused on making sure the average citizen in this country cant’ defend themselves from various actors at any given time? Curious, right? Especially when you consider there was another attempt at a mass casualty event that took place the night before the Pulse shooting in Orlando but in that case the “victims to be” piled on the assailant and took him down before more civilians were shot. And it was also at a nightclub. But of course, we forget all about that one because Pulse happened the very next day. Curious, right?

Anyway, if you read the decision by Judge King writing for the majority in his decision, you get the jist of the American Gladio campaign… in fact, you can’t miss it because he recalls a good part of the mass casualty events in the first three paragraphs of his decision…

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CIA Freezes Aid To Free Syrian Army

from Sputnik International

As Syrian President Bashar al Assad’s hold on western parts of Syria solidifies, the CIA is lessening its support of the Free Syrian Army (FSA).

No military assistance will be delivered to the FSA by the CIA “until matters are organized,” a source on the ground in Syria told Reuters. Specifically, FSA commanders said that the agency could be worried that, with growing jihadist assaults across the region, including the mass execution of up to 200 last week, the CIA is wary of putting cash and weapons into the hands of combatants that could then be given to regional terrorists.

Officials familiar with the CIA-led program said the decision to freeze aid has nothing to do with US President Donald Trump replacing President Barack Obama, even though Trump has indicated skepticism about the nature of US support of rebels in the region, saying that the US should focus efforts on Daesh, not Assad.

The FSA will continue to receive aid, however, from nations that receive weapons from the US and who oppose the Assad administration. While US aid to the FSA has been severed, at least temporarily, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and NATO-member Turkey continue to pour weapons and money into groups aligned with the FSA. In 2015, Qatar, a nation of two million, spent more money on US weapons than any other country, while Saudi Arabia ranked third, behind Egypt, according to the US Congressional Research Service…

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‘Ukraine divided, failed, rogue nation’ – political analyst as Maidan conflict marks 3 years (RT video)

Imagine that. The Soros-backed color revolution featuring the worst fascist Nazi throwbacks in Europe failed to produce anything close to a reasonable government of, by and for the people of Ukraine. Who would have figured it? Oh that’s right… we did.

‘I don’t care who likes me or who doesn’t, I’m doing my job’: Russian envoy to UN Churkin dies (RT video)