(video) Nick Begich on Russia ‘Hacking’: “We interfere with virtually every elected process in the world, and if we don’t like what’s going on, we engage in regime change”

“My family has been in government for three generations, and to listen to congressmen and senators stand up and point the finger at Russia for hacking the DNC when we interfere with virtually every elected process in the world, including the recent Brexit. We interfere with what goes on in the European Union. We interfere with what goes on in Russia. And if we don’t like what’s going on in the world, we engage in what’s called ‘regime change.'”

– Nick Begich

Transcribed by Jeff Fenske

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Dr. Nick Begich: Why Russia Is A Threat To Globalists

Published on Mar 31, 2017

Dr. Nick Begich breaks down what he thinks is why the globalists are so afraid of Russia, relating to it’s history and it’s progress post communism.

Oliver Stone Tells Colbert Israel Had More Influence than Russia on 2016 Election – CBS censored Stone’s remark!

From the extremely biased: JewishPress.com

Oliver Stone Tells Colbert Israel Had More Influence than Russia on 2016 Election

The Oscar-winning Stone appeared on the show to promote his latest documentary, “The Putin Interviews.” Stone was granted unprecedented access to both Putin’s professional and personal worlds, and interviewed the Russian leader more than a dozen times over the course of two years, most recently in February following the U.S. presidential elections.

Entire Article from this Talmudic source against Stone

(3 min video) Jason Bermas: Putin OWNS Megyn Kelly

Putin OWNS Megyn Kelly

Published on Jun 5, 2017

Jason Bermas breaks down how Vladimir Putin literally owned Megyn Kelly

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Putin to Megyn Kelly: Media Creating ‘Sensation Out of Nothing’

Putin told NBC’s Megyn Kelly in an interview on “Sunday Night with Megyn Kelly” that “There’s nothing to even talk about. There wasn’t even any kind of specific discussions about sanctions or anything else. For me, this is just amazing. You create a sensation out of nothing. And, out of this sensation, you turn it into a weapon of war against the current president,” Putin said.

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Skousen: US Missile Defense Lacking

World Affairs Brief, May 19, 2017 Commentary and Insights on a Troubled World.

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US MISSILE DEFENSE LACKING

Finally, another article on the latest missile defense technology is pertinent to the US ability to stop Kim Jong-Un from following through with his limited ability to send a missile to Hawaii or Alaska. The British Daily Mail takes a look at the new “state-of-the-art Navy vessel that’s designed to shoot down Kim Jong-Un’s ballistic missiles before they start World War Three.” There are errors in this article, which I will point out.

A state-of-the-art navy vessel designed to intercept ballistic missiles is set to be tested later this month. The MV Pacific Collector detects the missile via GPS [This is in error. GPS doesn’t detect missile launches, although other military satellites can.] and shoots out a vehicle which smashes into a warhead in mid-flight to disable it. Known as ground-based mid-course defense, the ship is in port at Aloha Tower in Hawaii for a key upcoming ballistic missile defense test.

The news comes as North Korea test-launched a ballistic missile that flew for half an hour and reached an altitude of 1,240 miles before landing in the Sea of Japan – a flight pattern that could indicate a new type of missile.

The only thing new about this is that US experts are saying this latest ballistic missile is the first fully home developed rocket by North Korea that doesn’t rely on foreign rocket engines. How they can tell that from photographs or rocket telemetry is a mystery to me.

Admiral Harry Harris, head of US Pacific Command, warned Congress that the country’s leader, Kim Jong Un, ‘is clearly in a position to threaten Hawaii today’. Currently, the US has 36 ground-based interceptors placed in Alaska and California to theoretically protect the US from a nuclear missile attack. That number will increase to 44 this year.

However, in December, a Pentagon weapons testing office rated the $40 billion system as having low reliability. The ground-based system has a record of nine out of 17 successful intercepts since 1999, or a 53 percent success rate.

One of the problems with this kind of missile system is that it uses a “kinetic” warhead— essentially a big hunk of highly dense material (depleted Uranium, etc.) which has to make direct contact with the incoming missile to destroy it. It is not an explosive warhead that can disable a target even during a near miss. [like Russia’s – editor]

I suspect the US continues using these kinds of “hit vehicles” because they don’t want to really stop a pre-emptive strike by Russia and China, who are developing maneuvering warheads. I do think, however, that current US ABM interceptors could stop several of North Korea’s plain Jane ballistic missiles.

Jeff Rense: Compartmentalized By Design — “When is the last time you’ve seen a program explaining what the average Russian citizen feels about their country and the United States? We’re kept isolated, walled off and compartmentalized by design”

“When is the last time you’ve seen a program explaining to the American people what the average Russian citizen, male or female, feels about their country, their way of life, their people, about the United States? We’re not allowed access to those kinds of things. We’re kept isolated, walled off and compartmentalized by design.”

– Jeff Rense

Transcribed by Jeff Fenske from Jeff Rense and Regis Tremblay – ‘Thirty Seconds To Midnight’ How Close Are We To The END?