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Bibi1581 Blog For 09/26/2018: Morning Edition

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1…………> Today’s White House Tweets: President Trump


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Avenatti is a third rate lawyer who is good at making false accusations, like he did on me and like he is now doing on Judge Brett Kavanaugh. He is just looking for attention and doesn’t want people to look at his past record and relationships – a total low-life!

  1. 6 hours ago

    Jobless Claims fell to their lowest level in 49 years!

  2. 6 hours ago

    Consumer confidence hits an 18 year high, close to breaking the all-time record. A big jump from last 8 years. People are excited about the USA again! We are getting Bigger and Richer and Stronger. WAY MORE TO GO!

  3. 14 hours ago

    The Democrats are playing a high level CON GAME in their vicious effort to destroy a fine person. It is called the politics of destruction. Behind the scene the Dems are laughing. Pray for Brett Kavanaugh and his family!

  4. 14 hours ago

    “These law enforcement people took the law into their own hands when it came to President Trump.” @LindseyGrahamSC


 2…………> Biometric Hack: Kumar, Is That You?


 India’s highest court has upheld the legality of the nation’s controversial biometric identity database, saying it does not violate citizens’ rights to privacy.

Indian residents cannot receive welfare food rations and other benefits without being entered into Aadhaar, despite a concern the system is vulnerable to security breaches as an Indian newspaper has already bought access to personal data by paying hackers about $10.

With more than 1 billion people already enrolled in the database, and all residents of India required to hand over their details to the giant database, including their iris scans and fingerprints if they want essential services, the worst is yet to come.





3…………> Cold War 2.0: The Motion Picture


A Cold War with 21st-century characteristics between US and China?

Their economic interdependence should be a powerful restraint on the worst instincts of the two countries, since China and the US have also established an extensive range of bilateral mechanisms to manage their complicated relationship.

There are around 1,000 meetings between the states every year, ranging from summit level down to mid-ranking officials, covering issues from trade and investment to coastguard and fisheries. The two countries know they have to work hard to ensure the competitive dynamic does not spiral out of control. And of course, both sides’ nuclear weapons act as a tremendous disciplining force, providing even the most heated of relationships can remain short of outright conflict.

 Still, despite of their many meetings, there are good reasons to think a Cold War 2.0 might be a good deal closer than we realize.





4………… > GRU Records: Real Spies Names


The real identity of one of the Russian intelligence officers suspected of the Salisbury nerve agent poisoning, aka as Ruslan Boshirov is GRU Colonel Anatoliy Chepiga, a soldier who served in Chechnya and was awarded the highest state award – “Hero of the Russian Federation”, usually bestowed personally by President Vladimir Putin.

UK investigators have said Mr. Boshirov was a Russian intelligence officer, who traveled to the UK on a false passport, under a pseudonym, with another Russian national who used the name, Alexander Petrov, both being suspects in the Novichok poisoning of  x-spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia.





5…………> Trump’s New Beast: Chem Attack-Resistant Limo


President Trump’s brand-new Cadillac limousine, fresh off the assembly lines, costs $1.5 million and is equipped with a range of medical supplies, including a fridge stocked with his blood samples.  The latest version of the “Beast”, weighing around 20,000 pounds, 8 inch thick walls armored with steel, aluminum and even ceramics, capable of meeting any threat, comes with run-flat tires, which will keep the vehicle running even in an emergency, and is sealed against biochemical attacks.

In the event of an attack, with an assailant breaching security, there is also a “good o’l shotgun” and a tear gas cannon hidden inside.


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