Bannon to ’60 Minutes’: “Russia investigation is a total and complete farce…. We should be focused on how we bring the Cold War to an end”

Russia:  ‘There’s nothing to the Russia investigation. It’s a waste of time. It’s a total and complete farce. Russian collusion is a farce…He criticizes the Russians all the time. He knows the Russians are not good guys. We should be focused on how we bring the Cold War to an end…

Steve Bannon on ’60 Minutes’: “Establishment Trying To Nullify The 2016 Election”

(vid) Sinead McCarthy: Putin The Pedo

I don’t agree with everything Sinead says, mainly the tone. But Sinead has the guts to say what needs to be said. Thank God! She is one of the few truthers willing to tell the truth about Putin and Russia. Russia is not our friend, and Putin is not our savior.

The proof of what Sinead is alleging by her title is at 21:33 in this video. It’s quite obvious.

Something is seriously wrong in Russia, but many US truthers worship this man, and really do see him as a savior. Yet, many would be in jail if they were Russian citizens speaking out in Russia. Putin has gone after the free press, and has even made telling the truth about the Holocaust illegal.

I agree with Joel Skousen that it’s obvious that Russia is getting ready to nuke and EMP US, along with China.

Putin has even banned evangelism by Christians in Russia, unless it’s sanctioned by the Russian Orthodox Church.

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Oliver Stone’s Israel remarks CENSORED by Stephen Colbert’s Late Show – Stone said Israel had more involvement in the US election than Russia, but MSM kept this statement from the public

My earlier post contains CBS’ censored  Colbert video.

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From: The Duran

Oliver Stone’s Israel remarks CENSORED by Stephen Colbert’s Late Show

Oliver Stone said Israel had more involvement in the US election than Russia. But the mainstream media kept this statement from the public.

Reports have surfaced that during his heated exchange with Stephen Colbert, Oliver Stone responded to statements from Colbert repeating the tired narrative about Russia interfering in the US election by bringing up an elephant in the room that many media outlets have totally ignored.

Stone said of alleged and thus far totally unproved Russian interference,

“Israel had far more involvement in the US election than Russia, why don’t you ask me about that?”

Colbert, quick to end that part of the discussion replied,

“I’ll ask you about that when you make a documentary about Israel”

This section of the interview was edited out of the final  broadcast, but multiple sources, including many pro-Israel sources testify to the existence of the in-studio exchange.

Few could reasonably deny that the pro-Israel lobby in the US is extremely power, well funded and influential.

Oliver Stone touched on a deeply important issue, one that clearly did not fit the anti-Russia stance of Stephen Colbert and his producers.

(source, explained here)

Skousen: Russian Hack was Physically Impossible over Internet

World Affairs Brief, August 11, 2017 Commentary and Insights on a Troubled World.

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This Week’s Analysis:

Trump’s Red Line on North Korea

Korean Military Forces: The Matchup

Will There be War with North Korea?

Trump Disappoints Congressional Republicans

The McMaster Controversy

Russian Hack was Physically Impossible over Internet

Preparedness Tip: Best Rechargeable Batteries



There were two fascinating stories relative to the false intelligence about the Russians hacking into the DNC email server in order to meddle in the US election. First the very credible Veteran Intelligent Professionals for Sanity (VIPS) ran an in-depth article on “New forensic studies that challenge the claim of the key Jan. 6 assessment that Russia hacked Democratic emails last year.” The key finding is this:

July 5, 2016: In the early evening, Eastern Daylight Time, someone working in the EDT time zone with a computer directly connected to the DNC server or DNC Local Area Network, copied 1,976 MegaBytes of data in 87 seconds onto an external storage device. That speed is much faster than what is physically possible with a hack.

Read the executive summary and their letter to President Trump explaining their findings here.

In another blockbuster story spiked by the mainstream media, a Russian hacker in prison in Poland has revealed that the CIA tried to bribe him to admit that he hacked into the DNC. He refused and is still in prison for it. The Gateway Pundit has the story:

Russian hacker Yevgeny Nikulin claims the FBI offered him money and citizenship if he would accept responsibility for the Clinton email cyberattacks. Nikulin is currently being held at Prague’s Pankrac prison. He claims Comey’s FBI offered him citizenship and a free apartment for taking the fall over hacking Podesta’s emails. Ray Starrman has more details at US Defense Watch.

Why “His Holiness” Patriarch Kyrill was called “Tobacco Metropolitan” – Head of Russian Orthodox Church a billionaire and former KGB operative, made his fortune in tobacco, alcohol, and oil sales

Why Patriarch Kyrill was called “Tobacco Metropolitan”

Many Westerners know little about the new Patriarch of the Russian Orthodox Church Father Kirill. Many Russians know him as a great orator and a host of a weekly TV show “Pastor’s Word.” However, very few know that Kirill (Vladimir Gundyaev by passport), a billionaire and a former KGB operative, made his fortune in tobacco, alcohol, and oil sales. His activities were among the main reasons why not-for-profits in Russia lost tax-deductible status. The new Orthodox leader is fond of playing with stocks, car racing, downhill skiing, and breeding exclusive kinds of dogs. He owns villas in Switzerland and a penthouse with a view of the Cathedral of Christ the Savior in Moscow.

Kirill graduated with honors from Leningrad Spiritual Academy in 1969. In 1970, he earned his master’s degree, and after several minor positions was appointed a personal secretary to Mitropolit Nikodim, chief of the external church relations. Since that moment, Kirill became the face of the Orthodox Church in all foreign trips to Western Europe. According to website, Kirill’s colleagues and competitors linked all his travels to his work for the Soviet KGB where he was known by nickname “Mikhailov.” Starting in 1972, Kirill/Gundyaev/Mikhailov became more involved with the countries of the Middle East. In 1975, at a forum in Nairobi, he defended the Soviet Union and downplayed dissidents’ letters by making historic claims that people of faith were not persecuted and there were no human rights abuses based on religion in the Soviet Union.

Kirill is progressive, speaks foreign languages, worked on the issues of unarming the USSR and the US, and advocated usage of the modern Russian language (instead of old Slavic) during the services. In 1991, the year the Soviet Union fell apart, he earned the title of Mitropolit. The new era of capitalism brought new achievements to Mitropolit Kirill’s life. In 1996, Kirill became a board member of bank “Peresvet” that is responsible for servicing the financial interests of the Russian Orthodox Church. The 1996 September issue (#34) of the Moscow News reports that Kirill, now for two years, had been organizing imports of highly taxable products, mostly tobacco, under the tax-exempt non-profit banner of the Orthodox Church. The claims were supported by other respectable news sources, including the Moskovsky Komsomolets.

The soon-to-be Patriarch confirmed the import of the highly unchristian products. By 1997, Kirill admitted the import of alcohol and tobacco, but claimed that the Russian Orthodox Church could not refuse the “humanitarian help.” The Russian Orthodox Church and Kirill’s private foundation “Nika” were not-for-profit organizations, and in 1996 alone they imported eight billion cigarettes to Russia. Kirill’s “church” business took off like a snowball, as the legal competitors could not compete with his low prices for tobacco and alcohol. The importers were naturally pushed off the market as they could not match Kirill’s prices after paying the necessary government dues.