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Episode 731 – Jeff Berwick & Scott Bennett

Thursday April 27th 2017 In this edition we welcome Jeff Berwick, Scott Bennett, and Steven Ben-Nun for commentary during the news section. Berwick starts by stating that President Trump is just another version of President Obama, while showing how central banking is what influences so many global affairs; touching on New York City’s EMP drill […]

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Episode 624 – Harley Schlanger & Ken O’Keefe

Thursday October 13th 2016 In this edition we welcome Harley Schlanger to discuss Russia, Syria, Deutsche Bank, Wells Fargo, the Election, and more! Then, Ken O’Keefe joins us for the first time to talk about his experience as a “World Citizen”, the US Election, the War on Terror, the value of the Golden Rule, and […]

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Russian next gen air bombs to enter mass production

By Next generation aerial munitions are entering serial production in Russia. The new bomb’s electronic fuse gives it a significantly extended damage radius. Munitions developer Techmash (an integral part of Rostech Corporation) has successfully tested the new noncontact fuse for the new generation air bombs. “Our institute is preparing to mass produce the equipment. […]

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Russia moves tanks to European border

By It has been reported that Russian tanks have been spotted moving into occupied territory in Crimea, which was seized following an operation carried out by Vladimir Putin’s forces in 2014. Witnesses have reported large amounts of Russian military hardware massing near the towns of Dzhankoy and Armyansk in northern Crimea, close to the […]

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Kremlin dismisses US Democratic email hack claims as ‘absurd’

By The Kremlin on Tuesday dismissed allegations that Russia was behind a hack of the Democratic National Committee’s emails as absurd, mocking what it called obsessive references to Russia in the US presidential campaign. “This absurd news was immediately refuted by the family of the well-known presidential candidate,” Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told journalists, […]

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Russia Flight Tests Anti-Satellite Missile

By Russia conducted a successful flight test of a developmental anti-satellite missile on Wednesday that is capable of destroying satellites in orbit, American defense officials said. The Nudol direct ascent anti-satellite missile was launched from the Plesetsk test launch facility, located 500 miles north of Moscow, said officials familiar with the situation. The missile was […]

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NATO finalizes military build-up to counter Russia

By NATO foreign ministers were on Thursday finalizing the alliance’s biggest military build-up since the end of the Cold War to counter what they see as a more aggressive and unpredictable Russia. NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg said the two-day meeting would address “all the important issues” to prepare for a “landmark” summit in Poland […]

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Russia to form 3 new divisions to counter NATO buildup

By Russia is to deploy two new divisions in the west and one in the south to counterbalance NATO’s increased military presence near Russian borders, Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu announced. “The Defense Ministry is taking a number of measures to respond to the NATO military buildup at the Russian border,” Shoigu said on Wednesday. […]

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Estonia expects 1,500 NATO troops for major Spring Storm drills

By NATO states will send around 1,500 troops to participate in Estonia’s largest military drills dubbed Spring Storm. In total about 6,000 servicemen will be practicing their battle skills on Russia’s doorsteps. The country’s largest training exercise this year, comprising approximately 6,000 military personnel, including 1,500 allied soldiers, will run from May 2 to […]

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Hypersonic warhead for future ICBM successfully tested in Russia

By Russian Strategic Missile Forces have conducted a successful intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) launch, testing a hypersonic cruise vehicle, Interfax reported, citing a source familiar with the issue. The test launch was performed Tuesday using an RS-18A strategic ballistic missile (UR-100N, NATO designation SS-19 Stiletto) from a missile deployment area in the Orenburg Region, […]

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Russian warplanes start leaving Syria on Putin’s orders

By Russian military planes, which were involved in a five-month campaign in Syria, are departing the Khmeimim airbase. The aircraft are deploying in formations of transport planes and fighter and bomber jets. The first group of warplanes have departed from the Latakia airbase, said the Russian Ministry of Defense. Russian military planes, which were […]

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Syria state media: Assad accepts U.S-Russia cease-fire deal

By Syrian state media said Tuesday that President Bashar Assad accepted a temporary “cessation of hostilities” deal brokered by the United States and Russia on Monday. The embattled president said he would accept a deal that would cover his military forces and armed opposition groups, but exclude the Islamic State and al-Qaeda-linked Nusra Front terrorist […]

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Russia and Saudi Arabia agree to freeze oil production output

By The world’s two biggest crude producers have agreed not to increase oil output, according to Qatar’s energy minister, quoted by Bloomberg. OPEC members, such as Venezuela and Nigeria, have been calling for an emergency meeting of the cartel to discuss crude prices that have fallen over 70 percent since 2014. After meeting with […]

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Saudi Arabia Makes “Final” Decision To Send Troops To Syria As US, Russia Spar Over Aleppo Strikes

By As you might have heard, the opposition in Syria is in serious trouble. Last summer, Bashar al-Assad’s army was on the ropes, as the SAA fought a multi-front war against a dizzying array of rebel forces including ISIS. Then Quds commander Qassem Soleimani went to Russia. After that, everything changed. As of September […]

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