Monday, March 20, 2017


Bertrand Daily Report  
The War For Our Mind & Soul Continues

Subject: Your Morning Intelligence Brief (March 20th, 2017)

March 20th, 2017

Ed Note: The trend for this week as seen in the multiple news reports around the world are three items: (1) FBI Comey testifies today (2) N. Korea makes a strong threat against U.S. and (3) New found evidence that exposes the NSA's surveillance of Trump.

As you know...May 1st will unleash the cockroaches of Communism as a day of protest and strikes around the world, and in America....the unions and fast food servers, etc are expected to show their faces in support of Communism.

Watch how the Jane Fonda types go ballistic when President Trump speaks this week about potential action of potential  "preemptive strike" options on North Korea. Secretary of State Tillerson returns this week from his discussions with China and South Korea with a new understanding with China's President Xi.

Both China and the U.S. agree to re-enforce U.N. sanctions on N. Korea, but China worries an influx of N. Korean refugees will result if harsh sanctions further impoverish that nation. The Trump Administration will obviously not hold-back as other administrations have when the Munchkin-Un flaps his wings and launches missiles towards Japan.---Dave Bertrand  (#DaveBertrand@bertranddave1)

Today's Featured Article

Seoul alienated from talks over N. Korea

By Yi Whan-woo

South Korea is unlikely to be given a say in upcoming talks between the United States and China over North Korea because it has little leverage over the North, analysts said Monday.

Their analysis reflects pessimism that Seoul has no choice but to wait for a possible big deal between the U.S. and China in handling the North's nuclear brinkmanship.

Seoul has virtually used up all its cards on Pyongyang by shutting down the Gaeseong Industrial Complex in 2016 and cutting all inter-Korean dialogue channels in line with U.S.-led sanctions against the Kim Jong-un regime for its nuclear and missile programs.

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EU Taxpayers Brace As Deepening Banking Crisis Means Euro-TARP Looms

If the ECB scales back stimulus, banks face even greater risk of collapse. But now there’s a new solution Events are moving so fast in Europe these days, it’s almost impossible to keep up. While much of the attention is being hogged by political developments, including the election in the Netherlands, Reuters published a report warning that the European banking sector may face even higher bad loan risks if the ECB begins to scale back its monetary stimulus programs, something it has already begun, albeit extremely tentatively.
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BREXIT HAPPENING: Article 50 to be Triggered on March 29th

It’s finally happening. The British government understands that to tether itself to a sinking Germanic ship is suicide. Playing the game of empire for a thousand years, the Brits would’ve loved nothing more than to dominate the EU and subjugate them all to the British crown.
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UK Police to be Replaced by Drone ‘Officers’

The first 24-hour police drone unit is to be launched, amid fears that forces may have to rely on them because of falling officer numbers.
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Politics and Economics, not Religion, Spawned Radical Islam

The phenomena of Islamic radicalism all over the world is directly linked to Wahhabi-Salafi madrassahs (religious seminaries) that are generously funded by Saudi and Persian Gulf’s petro-dollars. These madrassahs attract children from the most impoverished backgrounds in the Third World Islamic countries, because they offer the kind of incentives and facilities which even the government sponsored public schools cannot provide: such as, free boarding and lodging, no tuition fee at all and free of cost books and stationery; some generously funded madrassahs even pay monthly stipends to students.
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D.C. Dairy Lobbying Organizations Trying to Kill Bill to Legalize Raw Milk in Montana

Deep-pocketed national organizations representing big dairy have thrown their political clout behind efforts to kill a bill that would legalize limited raw milk sales in Montana
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Google’s DeepMind Discovers How To Remember Outcomes, Learn Faster

While AI systems can match many human capabilities, they take 10 times longer to learn. Now, by copying the way the brain works, Google DeepMind has built a machine that is closing the gap.
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Child Raping Cop Gets Only 3 Years In Jail, While Dr. Gets 18 For Helping People With Plants

Monroe Gordon Piland III (69) has lived an amazing life according to some estimates. In the late 1960’s early 70’s, Piland served as a naval officer, during the Vietnam war. Upon his return to the states, he earned a degree in nutrition from The University of California – Berkeley, and later a medical degree from the prestigious Wake Forest University, formerly a Southern Baptist university.
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Death toll hits 8. Executive director for Russia’s Roscosmos stabbed in prison

The Duran has been keeping tabs on the multiple deaths that have plagued Russian officials and diplomats over this last year. While much can be chalked up to simple chance, conspiracy theorists may see something more to the recent waves of deaths to hit the Kremlin.
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Confirmed: FISA’s Section 702 Permits “Warrantless” Spying on Americans’ Communications

Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) has come under scrutiny as it is set to expire this year on Dec. 31. The deadline of the contentious section which came into law in 2008 and was renewed in 2012, has impelled lawmakers to review its necessity. Section 702 of the FISA arguably allows the NSA and other agencies to exploit loopholes to intercept Americans’ communications while collecting information on foreign targets. Depending on who you speak with, this is an infringement on Americans’ privacy under the Fourth Amendment, or it’s vital to national security.
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Erdogan: "Europeans Would Revive The Gas Chambers If They Weren't Ashamed"

Six months ago, it was virtually assured that as part of his daily out at the West, Philippines' president Duterte would accuse then-president Obama of being a "son of a bitch (or whore)." Now, a similar dynamic is playing out between Turkish president Erdogan and Angela Merkel, and/or the German (and Dutch) people, whom he now accuses on an almost daily basis of being Nazis, as a result of the escalating diplomatic spat between Turkey and Europe. And while some have grown accustomed to Erdogan's daily verbal diarrhea, today the Turkish president took it to the next level: while on Sunday Erdogan once again compared Europe with the Nazis, and accused Angela Merkel of engaging “Nazi practices", he escalated dramatically when he said that Europeans “would revive gas chambers” if they weren't ashamed."
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Creator of the World wide web, Tim Berners-Lee unveils plan to tackle data abuse, fake news

LONDON, U.K. - From “unethical” political adverts and fake news, to the gross abuse of ...

Moscow claims America is humiliating itself with its obsession over Russian meddling

MOSCOW, Russia - In a shocking claim, Russian President Vladimir Putin’s spokesperson, Dmitry Peskov said ...

Ousted South Korean President apologizes, leaves the executive mansion

SEOUL, South Korea - Two days after the South Korean Constitutional Court formally ousted the country’s impeached first female President Park Geun-hye - regional rival North Korea mocked ...

Erdogan is not a happy man, Turkey vows “harshest” response after Dutch diplomatic snub

ROTTERDAM, Netherlands - Following a diplomatic snub from the Netherlands, after Turkey's family minister was prevented by police from entering the Turkish consulate in downtown Rotterdam - ...

Former captive of an al-Qaida affiliated group warns, “Something very dangerous is occurring in northwestern Syria”

PARIS, France - As coalition forces in Syria continue to defeat the Islamic State and reclaim territories that were once strongholds of the world’s most dreaded terrorist group - now claims ...

Trump times: Obama-Era prosecutors asked to resign immediately

WASHINGTON, U.S. - In an abrupt call on Friday, the Justice Department announced that all 46 remaining Obama administration U.S. attorneys across the country were asked by Attorney General Jeff ...

U.S. judge declines to issue emergency order banning Trump’s revised travel ban

WASHINGTON, U.S. - With President Donald Trump's revised travel ban already facing legal challenge from many states, now, a U.S. judge has declined to issue an emergency order banning the ...


Tillerson wraps up ‘friendly’ China visit, anticipates Trump-Xi meeting ‘soon’ 


‘Washington vultures circling Nunes for seeing no evidence of Trump-Kremlin collusion’  


Merkel, Abe defend globalization, calling for EU-Japan trade agreement


Stephen Hawking plans space voyage on Richard Branson’s Virgin Galactic


FBI Director James Comey 'will rubbish Trump's wiretapping claims' when he testifies in Congress TODAY about probe into Russian 'election meddling'
As Comey gets set to testify, top lawmakers Devin Nunes and Adam Schiff of the House Intelligence Committee say they have seen no evidence to support Trump's claims.

Hollywood is like '1930s Germany' for conservative-leaning actors

Trump says Democrats 'made up' story about his campaign's Russia ties: 'This story is FAKE NEWS and everyone knows it'

Trump tweeted Monday: 'The Democrats made up and pushed the Russian story as an excuse for running a terrible campaign. Big advantage in Electoral College & lost!'

Sean Spicer insists President Trump didn't shake Angela Merkel's hand because he 'didn't hear the request from photographers' 

In a video that went viral over the weekend, Trump appears to ignore German Chanellor Angela Merkel when she asks to shake his hand, and Spicer says it is because he couldn't hear her.


Merkel calls for free trade with Japan after meeting with Trump

Chancellor Angela Merkel and Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe issued a staunch joint defence of free trade on Sunday, as the United States pushes towards greater protectionism.


CBP Requests Proposals for Border Wall Prototypes Friday, March 17, 2017 | National Media Release
WASHINGTON– U.S. Customs and Border Protection released two Requests for Proposal to award multiple contracts and initial task orders for the design and construction of wall prototypes. The RFPs are posted on the Federal Business Opportunities...

Friday, March 17, 2017 | Local Media Release
Genaro Galvan-Mora wasconvicted of recklesshomicide in Tenn. inMay 2016TUCSON, Ariz. – Tucson Sector Border Patrol agents assigned to the Nogales Station arrested a 26-year-old Mexican national Wednesday evening who had been deported from the United...

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