Category Archives: Special Reports

Soros aggression abroad exposed for all to see by his henchmen

Perhaps not since the days of Prince Klemens von Metternich and Mayer Amschel Rothschild has the world witnessed a malevolent behind-the-scenes power broker like international hedge fund mogul and national economy manipulator like George Soros. Although Soros has been fairly public about his ultimate goals, which include the dissolution of the Russian Federation and the People’s Republic of China, it is his henchmen—those who are employed by his Open Society Foundations and Institute—who carry out Soros’s orders on the ground. Continue reading

We don’t want you to swim in the river

In early April, the U.S. Navy unveiled its Mach 7 Magnetic Mangler, “a railgun straight out of Star Trek that can take out targets at 100 miles with a projectile flying at nearly 7,000 feet per second.” So far, the U.S. military has spent $240 million developing the railgun over a period of ten years. CBS News reports that the railgun won’t go to sea until 2016, but one article, published in The Gazette, suggests that the U.S. military may have decided to show off the Magnetic Mangler in order to send a message to the Russian government. Continue reading

Survival is the Saudi dynasty’s keyword

Survival is the keyword to understanding the Saudi dynasty’s latest external and internal policies. These are designed to preempt change but paradoxically they are creating more enemies in a changing world order marked by turbulent regional geopolitics and growing internal demands for change. Continue reading

NSA cable tapping code names explained

(WMR)—WMR has learned from knowledgeable National Security Agency sources that most of the world’s voice and textual data is captured and processed by four major signals intelligence activities with the code names of FAIRVIEW, STORMBREW, BLARNEY and OAKSTAR. Continue reading

Ukraine’s secret recipe: ‘Brennan Kiev’

Central Intelligence Agency director John O. Brennan has been cooking up a storm in Ukraine and “Brennan Kiev” is the entrée on the menu. Brennan recently paid a secret visit to the Ukrainian capital to discuss with coup leaders their response to the insurgency sweeping eastern Ukraine. It has been reported by various European news agencies that Brennan landed on April 12 in Kiev with a diplomatic passport under a false identity. Continue reading

USAID: A history of front companies acting on behalf of the CIA

(WMR)—The recent disclosure by the Associated Press that the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), a notorious nexus for contract fraud within the State Department, contracted out a project to develop a rival to Twitter in order to foment rebellion in Cuba has refocused attention on USAID’s long history of acting as a contract vehicle for various CIA covert activities. Continue reading

Pollard federal prosecutor felt brunt of Israel Lobby

(WMR)—Joseph diGenova, the chief federal prosecutor who brought about the conviction of Israeli spy Jonathan Pollard, told ABC News that to bargain with Israel over freeing Pollard in return for unenforceable concessions by Israel in peace talks with the Palestinians makes no sense after NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden’s actions. DiGenova said Pollard sold Israel 360 cubic feet of documents for a sum total of $600,000. Contrary to what Pollard has said about his actions only serving the interests of Israel, ABC News was told by intelligence sources that many of the documents that Pollard provided to Israel were later handed over by the Jewish state to the Soviet Union and apartheid South Africa. Continue reading

Israeli meme about Jonathan Pollard patently false

(WMR)—Israel’s domestic and foreign propaganda apparatus is spinning the yarn that convicted U.S. spy for Israel Jonathan Pollard has served longer in prison than any other spy for an American “ally.” The meme from Israel considers that Israel, which is considered a “hostile intelligence” nation by the FBI, Directorate of National Intelligence, each of the military service’s counter-intelligence branches, the CIA, and the National Security Agency, is an American ally. American counter-intelligence places Israel in the category of a nation with a hostile intelligence agency. Continue reading

Alabama reporter released from jail

(WMR)—Roger Shuler, the Alabama blogger and former Birmingham newspaper reporter, was released from an Alabama jail on March 26. Continue reading

Anti-fracking activist can now go to the hospital

Vera Scroggins of Susquehanna County, Pa., will now be allowed to go to her hospital, supermarket, drug store, several restaurants, and the place where she goes for rehabilitation therapy. She can also go to the county’s recycling center, which is on 12.5 acres of land the county had leased to Cabot Gas & Oil Corp., one of the largest drillers in the country. Continue reading

‘We’re all some kind of Native now’

It was Good Friday, 50 years ago on March 27, 1964, that according to seismologists, the snow peaks of Prince William Sound jumped 33 feet into the air and fell back down. Emergency warnings about an earthquake-spurred tsunami went out to towns from Valdez, Alaska, to Malibu, Calif., but no one thought to send a message to the Chugach Natives in Chenega, Alaska. Continue reading

Two thousand Kessab Armenians find safety in Latakia

International and local organizations providing support

LATAKIA, Syria (A.W.)—A delegation of priest from the Catholicosate of Cilicia who had visited Latakia to assess the needs of Kessab Armenians and express solidarity returned to Antelias after the Sunday Badarak. Continue reading

BP, not Exxon, caused the Exxon Valdez disaster

Two decades ago, I was the investigator for the legal team that sold you the bullshit that a drunken captain was the principal cause of the Exxon Valdez disaster, the oil tanker crackup that poisoned over a thousand miles of Alaska’s coastline 25 years ago on March 24, 1989. Continue reading

An injunction against the First Amendment

Vera Scroggins of Susquehanna County, Pa., will be in court Monday morning. Continue reading

Revealed: The Washington Post compromised Edward Snowden

In early May 2013, employees of the National Security Agency knew something big was up. Rumors began flying around the agency that there had been a massive security leak. Although few of NSA’s civilian and military rank and file knew the extent of the compromise, NSA director General Keith Alexander, his closest aides, and NSA’s internal security “Q Group” knew the ramifications about what was known to them about the leak. Continue reading

NAFTA partners pushing North American competitiveness integration agenda

The recent North American Leaders Summit in Mexico was seen as a perfect opportunity to try and kick-start the trilateral partnership. While there was no headline grabbers or major breakthroughs, the NAFTA partners still moved forward on some crucial issues that centered around North American competitiveness. They developed a shared set of priorities and established a roadmap for enhancing cooperation in areas such as trade, transportation, energy, as well as border facilitation. This includes creating a North American trusted traveler program, which is part of ongoing efforts to establish a fully integrated continental security perimeter. During separate bilateral meetings, Canada and Mexico also took steps towards strengthening political, economic and security ties. Continue reading

America’s Jewish ambassador to Ukraine lauds neo-Nazi Ukrainian party

(WMR)—Not since the massacre at a summer camp of social democratic Norwegian youth by the Israel-loving Norwegian neo-Nazi Anders Breivik has there been clearer evidence of the collusion between Zionists and neo-Nazis as the statement by the pro-Zionist U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Geoffrey Pyatt that the neo-Nazi Ukrainian political party Svoboda “played an extremely constructive role during these three months of demonstrations.” Continue reading

Judge: NYPD’s spying on Muslims is OK, reporting on it is not

Critics say ruling is reminiscent of legal justification for Japanese-American internment camps

A federal judge ruled Thursday that the NYPD’s secret spying on Muslims in schools, restaurants, and mosques with no evidence of wrongdoing is perfectly legal, and it was the media’s exposure of this surveillance that was the real cause of harm. The decision prompted outcry from civil rights and racial justice advocates. Continue reading

Thailand is viewed as China’s Ukraine by Obama cold warriors

(WMR)—The neoconservatives who continue to permeate the Obama administration in the persons of the foul-mouthed and ill-tempered Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs Victoria Nuland, National Security Adviser Susan Rice, and U.S. Ambassador to the UN Samantha Power, along with second- and third-tier functionaries, have decided on all-out covert warfare with the nations of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO). This information has been passed to WMR by intelligence assets in the field in some of the most remote parts of the Asian land mass. Continue reading

The missing 28 pages about Saudi Arabia and 9/11

(WMR)—The Obama administration, like its predecessor, is doing everything possible to maintain the secrecy of the 28 pages of the 800-page congressional report on the intelligence failures surrounding the 9/11 attack. The report, titled, “Joint Inquiry Into Intelligence Community Activities Before and After the Terrorist Attacks of September 11, 2001,” detailed the results of a congressional investigation of the events surrounding 9/11. But entirely redacted from the report are 28 pages dealing with specific sources of foreign support for the alleged 9/11 hijackers, fifteen of whom were Saudi nationals. Continue reading

Making Iowa into a war zone

National Guard poised to attack from Des Moines airport

The F-16 jets of the Iowa Air National Guard that formerly buzzed the city of Des Moines have disappeared and we are told that their base at the Des Moines International Airport is in the process of refitting into a command center for unmanned aerial vehicles, UAVs, commonly called drones. Continue reading

The ‘Grimm’ facts about Staten Island’s congressman

(WMR)—Following President Obama’s January 28 State of the Union address, New York Republican congressman Michael Grimm not only threatened to throw Michael Scotto, a reporter for NY1 news, over a balcony in the Cannon House Office building but threatened to “break him in half . . . like a boy.” Grimm was upset over Scotto asking Grimm about allegations of campaign malfeasance. Grimm told Scotto, “Let me be clear to you, you ever do that to me again I’ll throw you off this fucking balcony.” Continue reading

NAFTA and the next phase of North American integration

In preparation for the upcoming North American Leaders Summit, which will be held in Toluca, Mexico, on February 19, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry recently held a meeting with his Canadian and Mexican counterparts. Continue reading

The good, the bad, and the ugly in Syria talks

A five-minute audio message by al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahri went viral on the internet in which he enjoins the rebels in Syria to end their infighting and focus their energies on battling against President Bashar al-Assad’s forces. Continue reading

Train derailments another of fracking’s problems

The derailment of a 101-car CSX freight train on a bridge in a densely-populated part of Philadelphia this past week should be yet another warning to politicians who have become cheerleaders for oil and gas fracking. Continue reading

Why are Christie and the Kochs in my driveway?

It’s time to subpoena the Committee for Our Children’s Future

Far more insidious, more corrosive and dangerous than the Governor of New Jersey playing traffic warden is the story of Gov. Chris Christie’s secret meetings with a gaggle of billionaires––and the legality of the spending by the front organization set up following these hidden hugger-muggers. Continue reading

Gates’s “Duty” is obfuscation: now, then, and in the future

In typical fashion for a member of the CIA’s Bush-Clinton-Obama network of U.S. political leaders who would have never reached their respective pinnacles of power, save for the fact that they were all groomed by the powers who run Langley, former Secretary of Defense Robert Gates is supposedly “telling all” in his book, “Duty: Memoirs of a Secretary at War.” Continue reading

Alberta tarsands projects: Canada’s Hiroshima

Canadian rock legend Neil Young has taken to the road with a mission. Sunday night, January 12, he laid down the gauntlet on national TV, calling the Canadian government “completely out of control” as he began his “Honour the Treaties” tour in Toronto. His goal is to help First Nations in their fight against the expanding tarsands projects in Alberta. To the government, “Money is number one. Integrity isn’t even on the map.” Continue reading

African dictator at prayer breakfast admits to assassinating his enemies

Borrowing a leaf from the annual National Prayer Breakfast in Washington, DC, an event that brings together American presidents, federal judges, Cabinet members, congressmen, intelligence and military chiefs, and corporate executives, Rwanda’s dictatorial president Paul Kagame held his own Rwanda Leaders’ Fellowship Prayer Breakfast on January 12 in Kigali, the Rwandan capital. Kagame has been a frequent guest at the Washington prayer breakfast. Continue reading

Ethiopian hand in South Sudan

Ethiopia has been active in destabilizing South Sudan and has been repeatedly caught providing arms to “rebels” in the Jonglei and Unity States in the north of the country during the past year. Continue reading

The “twin harpies” of U.S. foreign policy bring mayhem to the world

(WMR)—U.S. National Security Adviser Susan Rice and her colleague, U.S. Ambassador to the UN Samantha Power, who can best be described as the “twin harpies” of U.S. interventionist foreign policy, have managed to turn back the clock to the Cold War in Europe, plunged a breakaway region of an African country after a long civil war into its own civil war, and forced the U.S. to deal with an Al Qaeda-led rebel faction which wants to turn Syria into an Islamic state. Continue reading

Salafists, Muslim Brotherhood eyeing Himalayan region

(WMR)—WMR’s sources in India report that Indian and Nepalese authorities are growing increasingly concerned over the massive influx of Muslim immigrants, along with Wahhabist and Salafist clerics, into the Indo-Nepalese border region. Many of the recent Muslim immigrants are from Bangladesh. Continue reading