Posted on Blog: Morning Edition For 2019-06-09 19:17:45 +0000

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George Sorbane Quotes:
1. “The Manitou of America will creep in you, rejoice you when she shines above, and offend and sadden you when she is put down.” The Endless Beginning


1…………> Today’s White House Tweets

Donald J. Trump
If President Obama made the deals that I have made, both at the Border and for the Economy, the Corrupt Media would be hailing them as Incredible, & a National Holiday would be immediately declared. With me, despite our record setting Economy and all that I have done, no credit!

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Donald J. Trump
Twitter should let the banned Conservative Voices back onto their platform, without restriction. It’s called Freedom of Speech, remember. You are making a Giant Mistake!
Donald J. Trump

…..there is not, we can always go back to our previous, very profitable, position of Tariffs – But I don’t believe that will be necessary. The Failing
, & ratings challenged
, will do anything possible to see our Country fail! They are truly The Enemy of the People!




2…………> In The Footsteps Of The Weeping Woman: Picasso’s Dora Maar


Dora Maar (Born Henriette Théodora Markovitch) in Paris, spent much of her childhood  in Argentina because of her father’s work as an architect, and was destined to become one of the most important Surrealist photographers, including her photomontage 29, rue d’Astorg, in which a disturbing heavy-limbed figure sits in front of a distorted gallery, and Portrait d’Ubu, a curiously poignant portrayal of the lead character in Alfred Jarry’s play Ubu Roi as a baby armadillo, that became icons of the movement.
Numerous Picasso’s canvases display a woman crushed by the abusive relationship that contributed to a breakdown and her withdrawal from public life.
The first ever retrospective of her work has just opened at the Pompidou Centre in Paris, and will be travelling to London’s Tate Modern and the J Paul Getty Museum.



3…………> A Treason In Motion: Taiwan China Deportation Bill


Hundreds of thousands of Hong Kong residents participated in a rally against a government plan that would allow extraditions to authorities mainland China, and while the march was mostly peaceful, hundred of protesters clashed with police outside the city’s parliament, charging police lines and hurling bottles in an attempt to force their way into the building, forcing the police to use pepper spray hoses to push them back.

Some of the protesters threatened to camp out outside the assembly, when the disputed extradition bill is scheduled to have a second reading, but were dispersed by the police when their permission to protest expired at midnight.

The turnout at Sunday rally marks the event as one of the largest protests in Hong Kong’s history. While police estimated 240,000 participants, organizers said around a million people took part.



4…………> Russia’s New Space Weapon: Anti-Satellite Plane


Russia is developing a new electronic warfare aircraft, which will be capable to turn off the electronics installed on military satellites, a source from the Russian defense industry told Sputnik.

“The work is currently underway to develop an aircraft equipped with jamming systems that will replace Il-22PP Porubshchik [electronic warfare aircraft], which are currently being delivered to the Russian Aerospace Forces. This machine will receive a fundamentally new on-board equipment, which will allow to conduct electronic suppression of any targets — ground, air, sea — and disable enemy satellites that provide navigation and radio communication on the ground,” a source said.



5…………> Trump’s New Headache: Russo-Chinese Union


Russian President Vladimir Putin invites Chinese President Xi Jinping to a cruise tour on the Neva River in St. Petersburg, Russia, June 6, 2019. Xi met with Putin on Thursday here in the latter’s hometown. Welcoming Xi to his hometown again, Putin introduced to the guest local customs as well as the buildings on both sides of the river. (Xinhua)



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