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George Sorbane Quotes:

1. “When the lower half rules, the upper half suffers.”― George Sorbane


1…………> Today’s White House Tweets

Donald J. Trump




Congratulations to Prime Minister Abe of Japan for hosting such a fantastic and well run G-20. There wasn’t a thing that was missing or a mistake that was made. PERFECT! The people of Japan must be very proud of their Prime Minister.




Donald J. Trump




Thank you to President Moon of South Korea for hosting the American Delegation and me immediately following the very successful G-20 in Japan. While there, it was great to call on Chairman Kim of North Korea to have our very well covered meeting. Good things can happen for all!




Donald J. Trump




Congratulations to legislators in New Jersey for not passing taxes that would have driven large numbers of high end taxpayers out of the state. Many were planning to leave, & will now be staying. New York & others should start changing their thought process on taxes, fast!




Donald J. Trump




“Stocks Cap Best First Half Since 1997”


Our Country is doing great!





2…………>  El Dio’s Nasty Surprise: Guadalajara Hailstorm


Stunned residents and piles of vehicles trapped in a deluge of ice pellets up to six foot deep followed a freak hailstorm that hit Guadalajara, one of Mexico’s most populous cities, 

“I’ve never seen such scenes in Guadalajara,” State governor Enrique Alfaro said.

“Then we ask ourselves if climate change is real. These are never-before-seen natural phenomena. It’s incredible.”

Guadalajara, located north of Mexico City and with a population of around 5 million, has been experiencing high summer temperature of just below 100F  in recent days.



3…………> Mr.Xi Toothache: Hong Kong Riots


A group of protesters in Hong Kong has swarmed into the legislature building after breaking windows and prying open metal security bars in a fresh wave of demonstrations that have plunged the Chinese-ruled city into political turmoil.

Tensions arose ahead of a flag-raising ceremony to mark the handover to China, as riot police descended on protesters who had blockaded a street near the venue.

Hong Kong was returned from British to Chinese rule on July 1, 1997




4…………> Russian Missile Hits Cyprus: Syria/Israel Hostilities


A Syria fired, Russian made S-200 missile likely fell out of the sky over the breakaway Turkish-controlled region of Cyprus overnight, causing a loud explosion while it was probably targeting an Israeli aircraft.

Turkish soldiers and police guards cordoned the area outside of village of Tashkent in Turkish Cypriot breakaway north part of the divided Cyprus, Monday, July 1, 2019.

“The first assessment is that a Russian-made missile which was part of the air defense system that took place last night in the face of an air strike against Syria, completed its range and fell into our country after it missed,” officials said on social media.



5………….> Four Victims Of Gruppen Fuehrer Zuckerberg Gestapo: Mostly Jewish Right Wingers?


Facebook ban on accounts who promote “violence” and “hate” from its social media platform and Instagram led to four people with conservative views from the US and Israel being treated as “dangerous individuals”.

“We’ve always banned individuals or organizations that promote or engage in violence and hate, regardless of ideology”, a Facebook spokesperson told TechCrunch in May 2019, commenting on the latest account-banning spree.

“The process for evaluating potential violators is extensive and it is what led us to our decision to remove these accounts today”.

However, contrary to Facebook’s claim of impartiality, many of those banned turned out to be right-wing bloggers, activists and media pundits, like Infowars founder Alex Jones, ex-Breitbart News editor Milo Yiannopoulos, and UK editor Paul Joseph Watson, to name just a few. Why did Facebook decide that they were posing a threat?



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Bibi1581 Blog For 05/19/2018: Morning Edition

1…………> “This Is The Moment”: Prince Harry & Meghan

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have married at St George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle, in a ceremony watched by 600 guests, including stars of a non-Royal variety led by George and Amal Clooney, David and Victoria Beckham, and Ms. Markle’s co-stars from the TV show “Suits”, joined by millions of people on TV worldwide as the blessed pair vowed to love, comfort, honor and protect each other.

Ms. Markle entered the chapel alone before walking along the quire arm-in-arm with heir-to-the-throne, Prince Charles.

Visibly nervous before the big moment, Prince Harry was nothing but smiles as he saw his bride, just whispering to Ms. Markle, “You look amazing,”.



2…………> Spratly’s: PLA Bomber Airbases

People’s Daily, China


Chinese bombers including the H-6K conduct takeoff and landing training on an island reef at a southern sea area.

1:00 AM – May 18, 2018

105 people are talking about this, as world “Fake News ” media and “New World Disorder” talking heads are breathlessly waiting for President Trump to meet Mr.Xi nephew Comrade Un, while the PLA air force has landed long-range bombers on an airstrip in the South China Sea Spratly group of seven manmade islands that are equipped them with runways, hangars, radar, and missile stations, all pirated out in violation of international law.

“A division of the People’s Liberation Army Air Force (PLAAF) recently organized multiple bombers such as the H-6K to conduct take-off and landing training on islands and reefs in the South China Sea in order to improve our ability to ‘reach all territory, conduct strikes at any time and strike in all directions’,” a statement read.



3……….> Space Creatures: Octopuses

The universally accepted theory that octopuses evolved from a nautiloid that inhabited the Earth about 500 million years ago is being contradicted by a recent discovery that they can manipulate their own RNA to adapt to almost any environment, a feature that “seem to be borrowed from a distant terrestrial evolution”; i.e. an inference published in a paper of the journal “Progress in Biophysics and Molecular Biology” that “cryopreserved and matrix protected fertilized octopus eggs” might have been brought to Earth via a comet or other extraterrestrial object, noting that such objects often contain traces of organic matter.

If we ever get to talk with the UFO aliens, will they turn to be octopuses dressed in intergalactic space suits, flashing iPhones made of “Proxima Centauri” cerintian crystals? Have you read “Blue House Rock”?




4…………> Persian “Ganat”: In Guadalajara

What a deep, 1200 feet long, perfectly straight, water carrying underground tunnel build and named “ganat” by the Persians nearly 5000 years ago doing in the little town of La Venta, west of Guadalajara?

With an illuminating hole in the ceiling 33 feet, and nearly constant 2% grade allowing water flow without using any energy, the qanat could supply water for at least the next 200 years, according to Dr. Phil Weigand, the discoverer of western Mexico’s circular pyramids or Guachimontones.


5…………> Change In Command: US Pacific Fleet

 Adm. John C. Aquilino relieved Adm. Scott Swift as commander of U.S. Pacific Fleet during a change of command ceremony at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, May 17.

“I am grateful for the opportunities the Navy has provided. Most of all, I love the Navy for the relationships I have developed. But to finish my career here, in the Pacific Fleet, the only fleet I have ever sailed in, headquartered in the city I was born in, in the harbor of my father’s first command, doing what I love is something dreams are made of,” 
Adm. Scott Swift said, thanking the Navy, the Sailors and civilians at Pacific Fleet for their hard work at the command.

With the historic USS Arizona and Battleship Missouri memorials as the backdrop, Chief of Naval Operations Adm. John Richardson welcomed Aquilino and recognized Swift’s achievements as Pacific Fleet commander.

“This is a celebration of the Pacific Fleet,” said Richardson. “In the action of a single salute, all authority, all responsibility, and all accountability will transfer from Admiral Swift to Admiral Aquilino. And with that transfer of command, with that salute, so to go our loyalties. So we are indeed saddened to see [Admiral Swift] and Trish go, but they are being replaced by another superb leadership team [Admiral Aquilino] and Laura. Congratulations on your selection to this unbelievably vital position. You are the perfect team to lead the fleet to a new level of performance.”

After assuming command, Aquilino said his mission was clear – be ready to execute prompt and sustained combat operations at sea against any adversary, and win.

“A great power competition has reemerged as the central challenge to security and prosperity against our nation,” said Aquilino. “Nowhere are the stakes of that great power competition higher than here in the Indo-Pacific region. To any potential adversary that wishes to challenge us, the secretary of defense said it best, ‘You can have no better friend, or you can have no worse enemy’ than the U.S. Pacific Fleet; that choice will be yours.”

U.S. Pacific Fleet is the world’s largest fleet command, encompassing 100 million square miles, more than half the Earth’s surface, from Antarctica to the Arctic Circle and from the west coast of the United States into the Indian Ocean. The U.S. Pacific Fleet consists of more than 200 ships and submarines, nearly 1,200 aircraft, and more than 130,000 Sailors and civilians.

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Bibi1581 Blog For 02/07/2018: Morning Edition

1…………> Biodiesel Fraud: NY

Andre Bernard, 65, of Mount Kisco, NY was sentenced to 87 months in federal prison for conspiracy to commit wire fraud, making false statements related to the Clean Air Act, and his participation in a multi-state scheme to defraud biodiesel buyers and U.S. taxpayers by fraudulently selling biodiesel credits and fraudulently claiming tax credits. As part of his sentence, the court also entered a money judgment in the amount of $10.5 million, the amount of proceeds of the charged criminal conduct that the defendant personally received. Two accounts already seized from the defendant worth in excess of $1.5 million will be credited against the money judgment.



2…………> IS Affectionado: Prison

Munther Omar Saleh, 22, of Queens, New York, was sentenced today to 18 years in prison, to be followed by a term of 10 years’ supervised release, for conspiring and attempting to provide material support to the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS), a designated foreign terrorist organization, and for assaulting and conspiring to assault federal officers. Saleh pleaded guilty on Feb. 10, 2017, to all counts in the indictment.

“Inspired by ISIS’s violent and hateful ideology, the defendant conspired with others to use a pressure-cooker bomb in a terrorist attack in New York and attempted to attack members of law enforcement who were conducting surveillance of him,” said Acting Assistant Attorney General O’Callaghan. “Today’s sentence is but one example of our resolve to bring to justice homegrown violent extremists who plot and attempt attacks on innocent people, including law enforcement agents, in the U.S. in the name of foreign terrorist organizations.”

“Munther Omar Saleh and his co-conspirators conducted attacks on members of law enforcement who worked tirelessly to keep our city safe,” stated U.S. Attorney Donoghue. “Saleh’s sentence will not only incapacitate the defendant for a significant period of time, but should also serve as a deterrent to those who contemplate waging violent jihad in New York City at the direction of a foreign terrorist organization. This Office, and our partners on the Joint Terrorism Task Force, will never relent in our efforts to hold terrorists accountable for their cowardly acts, including attacks on those who protect us.”

“Saleh attempted to turn our city into a staging ground for violent attacks, including those aimed at both local and federal law enforcement officials. Directed by a known terrorist organization responsible for civilian massacres and other heinous crimes worldwide, he supported and attempted to facilitate the martyrdom of those with similar views,” said Assistant Director in Charge Sweeney. “Today’s sentencing promises he’ll remain behind bars for a significant period of time, upholding our faith in a justice system that has little compassion for those who wish to harm our way of life.”



3………….> Bravery In The Ice: Polar Star

On Jan. 16,2018 U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Polar Star shaft seal failed, causing flooding in the engine room at a rate of approximately 20-gallons per minute, triggering a quick crew response by using an emergency shaft seal to stop the flow of freezing, Antarctic water into the vessel. The crew was able dewater the engineering space and effect more permanent repairs to the seal ensuring the watertight integrity of the vessel. There were no injuries as a result of the malfunction, which allowed the ship to cut a resupply channel through 15 miles of Antarctic ice in the Ross Sea and escorting supply vessels to the continent.

The Polar Star sailed from Seattle to assist in the annual delivery of operating supplies and fuel for NSF research stations in Antarctica during Operation Deep Freeze by carving a navigable path through seasonal and multi-year ice sometimes as much as 10-feet thick.

“Although we had less ice this year than last year, we had several engineering challenges to overcome to get to the point where we could position ourselves to moor in McMurdo,” said Capt. Michael Davanzo, the commanding officer of the Polar Star. “Our arrival was delayed due to these challenges, but the crew and I are certainly excited to be here. It’s a unique opportunity for our crewmembers to visit the most remote continent in the world, and in many respects it makes the hard work worth it.”


4…………> Assassination Special:Guadalajara, MX

A shooting war led a man known as “El Argentino,” the presumed cell capo of the Jalisco New Generation Cartel, a war triggered by the dismantling of two criminal groups that ended up with more than 10 arrests, and the assassination of twenty-three people during a wave of violence in the metropolitan area of Guadalajara, Jalisco.
Nine of the latest victims of gang violence were killed in Tonalá, seven in Tlaquepaque, four in Guadalajara and three in Tlajomulco de Zúñiga.


5…………> The Endless Shutdown: Trump

“If we don’t change it let’s have a shutdown. We’ll do a shutdown, and it’s worth it for our country. If we don’t change the legislation, if we don’t get rid of these loopholes where killers are allowed to come into our country and continue to kill… if we don’t change it, let’s have a shutdown,” President Donald Trump said about the looming battle with Establishment GOP clowns and their Democrat “la gumba’s” DACA lovers, as the February 8th budget deadline doomsday clock is ticking.


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