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Archive Monthly Archives: January 2018

Hezbollah Suicide-Ships May Target Israeli Assets, Former Rear-Admiral Warns

Rear Admiral (Retired) Professor Shaul Chorev has warned The Jerusalem Post that Israel’s Navy should start preparing its forces for a possible conflict on the open waters with Hezbollah, a militant group based in Lebanon. Chorev warns the rogue terrorist group is about to unleash missiles and suicide ships targeting Israeli strategic assets on the Mediterranean […]

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'Golden Boy' Robert Mueller's Forgotten Surveillance Crime Spree

Authored by James Bovard, op-ed via The Hill, When Robert Mueller was appointed last May as Special Counsel to investigate Trump, Politico Magazine gushed that “Mueller might just be America’s straightest arrow — a respected, nonpartisan and fiercely apolitical public servant whose only lifetime motivation has been the search for justice.” Most of the subsequent […]

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Information Blackout Follows Putin-Netanyahu Meeting

What was today’s most important diplomatic meeting, was also the least publicly discussed. And judging by the information blackout in its aftermath, that’s just what the organizers intended. Very few details have emerged from the lengthy Moscow talks between Vladimir Putin and Benjamin Netanyahu, the duo’s seventh face to face meeting in two years, in […]

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NSA Deletes "Honesty" And "Openness" From Core Values

Authored by Jean Marc Manach via The Intercept, The National Security Agency maintains a page on its website that outlines its mission statement. But earlier this month, the agency made a discreet change: It removed “honesty” as its top priority. Since at least May 2016, the surveillance agency had featured honesty as the first of […]

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SOTU 2018 Preview – Trump Will Kickstart The End of Chimerica; What This Means For Markets

While the State of the Union address is rarely if ever an FX market-moving event, in light of recent comments by both President Trump and Treasury Secretary Mnuchin and with global trade suddenly on everyone’s radar, if there is one market-sensitive topic that may get a kick start on January 31, it is US trade […]

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Trump Ignores DOJ Warning, Notifies Sessions He Wants FISA Memo Released

President Trump broke with the Department of Justice last week by calling for the release of a four-page “FISA memo” purportedly summarizing widespread surveillance absues by the FBI, DOJ and Obama Administration, reports the Washington Post. The President’s desire was relayed to Attorney General Jeff Sessions by White House Chief-of-Staff John Kelly last Wednesday – putting the Trump […]

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White House Is Planning To Nationalize 5G Network: Report

In a stunning – if accurate – report published Sunday night, Axios claims that White House national security officials are considering an unprecedented federal takeover of a portion of the nation’s mobile spectrum/network to protect against Chinese attacks, in what may well be a pre-emptive shot, hinting at upcoming trade wars between the two superpowers. […]

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"It Seems Impossible How Much Is Jammed Into 1 Week": Bond Traders Brace For Rollercoaster Week

Last week bond traders aged several years in just 5 days as they suffered through a hair-raising juggernaut of sharp daily moves and abrupt reversals… … which sent the 10Y yield surging through a critical resistance level and beyond… … even as the 2s30s yield curve continued to crater, tumbling to a level not seen […]

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Hackers Create "Perfect Virus" – Put Oil Companies On Edge

Authored by Tsvetana Paraskova via OilPrice.com, Russian security services have arrested a local hacker who planted malware at gas stations across Russia’s southern regions that had been cheating drivers out of the gasoline that they pumped in their cars in a major fraud scheme that later resold the stolen fuel.   Russia’s Federal Security Service […]

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US Ambassador Urges Russia To React "Calmly" To "Corrupt Oligarchs" List Due Monday

The US Ambassador to Russia urged the Kremlin to react “calmly” to the U.S. Treasury Department’s list of “corrupt oligarchs” due Monday. The list is designed to “name and shame” elite Russians into thinking twice before engaging in business with Putin’s government. It will be up to Congress to decide whether the list should be published. “I […]

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