Monday, May 1, 2017


Bertrand Daily Report 
The War For Our Mind & Soul Continues

Subject: Your Morning Intelligence Brief (May 1st, 2017)

May 1st, 2017

Ed Note: Today is a day of celebration for all socialists / communists across the planet as the deprived march and/or riot against Capitalism and the wealthy (their employers). At the same time, our U.S. Constitution and our Right to Free Speech is under attack as those opposing Communism in America are finding it very difficult to counter. A "Rose Parade" in Portland Oregon was cancelled because the ANTIFA terrorists did not want pro-Trump / Republican Party participants in the parade. Socialist / Liberal counties have total disregard for what America's Founding Fathers created for those of us that believe EVERYONE has a Right to Free Speech. The Venezuela creep is upon this country and the so-called deprived are either ignorant or just plain stupid and have learned nothing about the fall of Venezuela under a Marxist dictator. Probably because these "deprived" deviates only watch CNN and MSNBC, the two most anti-American news agencies in America. ---Dave Bertrand  (Twitter) #Dave Bertrand (@bertranddave1)     

Today's Featured Article / Report

U.S. General: China Has Okay To Assassinate Kim Jong-un

Kim Jong-un is at risk of being assassinated by Chinese forces — after President Trumpsat down with the President of the People’s Republic of China at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida! That’s the shocking charge by retired General Jack Keane, who says that Trump’s meeting with Chinese leader Xi Jinping means that America can now “rely on China to do what they have never done before!”

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Asks FBI To Help City As Violence In City Reaches Crisis...


No, the NSA Has NOT Stopped Spying On Americans’ Emails 




US Deploys Troops Along Syrian-Turkish Border After Erdogan Bombs Anti-ISIS Ally 
Western Journalism - The Turkish provocation started Tuesday when Erdogan’s warplanes launched a massive assault on Kurdish Peshmerga forces in northern Iraq and on positions of the Kurdish dominated Syrian Democratic Forces in northern Syria…. The Russian army and the central command of the U.S.-led coalition in the Middle East received an advance warning less than one hour before the strikes began, but American pleas to call off the assault were ignored by the Turks…. The Turkish dictator’s aggressive behavior apparently caused Trump to rethink his policy of cooperation with Erdogan, as was apparent Friday when U.S. Special Forces began to deploy along the Syrian northern border…. The Pentagon did not deny the deployment of the U.S. forces but refused to elaborate on the new military action in Syria by the Trump administration. The measure came a day after Trump decided to delegate the “authority for Force Management Levels for Iraq and Syria to Defense Secretary James Mattis,” according to Pentagon spokesman Cpt. Jeff Davis…. The U.S. forces now try to avoid further Turkish cross border attacks on the Syrian Kurds, but Erdogan seems not be deterred. On Saturday, he again provoked the United States by allowing his air force to carry out new strikes on the Kurds in Syria and Iraq.

U.S. Signals Possible Airstrikes in Somalia by Asking Aid Groups for Their Locations
The Intercept - The document, dated April 24, provides instructions for how groups should share coordinates of offices, hospitals, refugee camps, and other facilities. “Please be aware that all information submitted … will be used to inform U.S. military planners about the location of humanitarian and development personnel,” it says. It also includes a bold-type warning that providing the information does not “guarantee the safety of personnel, vehicles, facilities, or sites. Entities operating in this environment continue to do so at their own risk.” Such deconfliction efforts are not uncommon in the context of intense or prolonged U.S. military operations, such as Afghanistan. This week’s letter is similar in wording to one received by NGOs in 2014, at the outset of the anti-ISIS campaign in Iraq and Syria. In Yemen, the United States briefly shepherded NGO coordinates from nonprofits to the Saudi-led coalition at the start of its military campaign there in early 2015…. But for Somalia, such an encompassing request is novel. Taken with Trump’s declaration of active hostilities, the note suggests that it’s a question not of if, but when, more airstrikes will take place.

ISIS Apologized To Israel For Attacking IDF Soldiers
Zero Hedge - Discussing the wider Israeli policy of “neutrality” in Syria, former defense minister Moshe Ya’alon accidentally admitted that Israel has an open communications channel with an Islamic State cell which operates in Golan Heights. “There was one case recently where Daesh opened fire and apologized,” Ya’alon said on Saturday, quoted by the Times of Israel. Asked to expand on his controversial statement, Ya’alon’s office refused to elaborate. The IDF also declined to comment. Under Israeli law, any communication with terrorists is considered illegal, unless of course the Israel state covertly does not consider ISIS terrorists…. While the official Israeli position is pursuing neutrality in the Syrian conflict, Tel Aviv has on several occasions engaged Syrian military targets in Syria - most recently on Wednesday - usually under the pretext of preventing the alleged transfer of weapons to Hezbollah, considered a terrorist group by Israel…. While Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has justified the repeated incursions, explaining that IDF planes targeted a Hezbollah weapons convoy, Damascus has said that the Israeli strikes only benefit the Islamic State and other terrorist groups. Earlier this month the Syrian President Bashar Assad once again blamed Israel of helping militants terrorizing his country. "You can assume that these terrorists are fighting for Israel. If they aren't part of the regular Israeli army, they're fighting for Israel. Israel has common goals with Turkey, the United States, France, Britain, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and other countries,” Ynet quoted Assad as saying.

Erdogan Blocks Wikipedia, Bans TV Dating Shows, Purges Another 4,000 Public Officials
Zero Hedge - … [Turkey’s President] Erdogan decided to take his newly decreed powers for a spin and overnight in rapid succession surprised foreign observers when Turkey decreed that it would ban TV dating shows, fire an additional 4,000 public officials and also ban Wikipedia. The country's Official Gazette published the decrees on Saturday evening. The first named thousands of civil servants to be dismissed, including nearly 500 academics and more than 1,000 Turkish military personnel…. The second decree, among other things, bans radio and television programs for "finding friends and spouses" according to AP…. Some see in this decree the first traces of Turkey sliding back away from the secular state, established less than a century ago by the creator of modern Turkey, Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, and toward conservative Islam under Erdogan. However, AKP [Justice and Development Party] supporters have responded that dating shows receive thousands of complaints every year and the ban is in the public interest. Separately, Turkey also said it had blocked all access to Wikipedia; the country's Information and Communication Technologies Authority implemented the ban against the online encyclopedia because Wikipedia "had failed to remove content promoting terror and accusing Turkey of cooperation with various terror groups" according to AFP. "

Leaked Memo: Airport Border Guards Ordered to Turn Blind Eye to Illegal Immigrants
Breitbart - Border guards at Heathrow Airport have been privately told not to ‘waste time’ interrogating potential illegal immigrants, and instead focus on jihadis with European travel papers. Terrorists must be the Border Force’s “number one” priority, according to a leaked memo seen by the Mail on Sunday, because extremists entering Britain with European Union (EU) documents don’t require visas. The memo comes as thousands of EU citizens who fought with ISIS are fleeing Iraq and Syria, attempting to return to Europe as the Islamist terror group loses ground…. Deputy director of Heathrow Airport’s Border Security Command, Nick Jariwalla, spelled out the threat in a recent message to Border Force guards entitled “Protecting the Public”. In it, he insisted staff change the way they work so as to “really focus” on the threat of terrorists arriving from Europe, writing: “We are not sufficiently focused on the threat from passengers seeking to enter on EU documents. “This is the number one thing that colleagues from the security services talk to me about.” Interrogating potential illegal immigrants is “a poor use of our time”, Jariwalla told staff in the memo, stating that visa holders already have permission to enter Britain.



KGBT          Border Patrol agents arrest Mexican sex offender near Progreso 
Border Patrol agents arrested a Mexican sex offender Friday near Progreso. -- Agents arrested 27-year-old Ramon Alejandro Cuenca-Aguilar near Progreso, according to the federal criminal complaint against him. -- Cuenca is a moderate-risk sex offender registered with the Texas Department of Public Safety.......     Florida House Gearing Up To Ban Sanctuary Policies 
The Florida House of Representatives is gearing up to ban sanctuary policies in the state after the House Judiciary Committee approved House Bill (HB) 697 on April 25. HB 697, also known as the “Rule of Law Adherence Act,” was introduced by Representative Larry Metz (R-32) earlier this year. The measure will ensure the state fully participates in immigration enforcement and will eliminate policies that impede enforcement efforts in the state. -- Specifically, HB 697 requires all state and local entities to comply with and support immigration enforcement to the full extent permitted by law.......
Washington Times       Sessions: Secure borders, recruitment prevention key to fighting gangs 
Secure borders and efforts to deter gang recruitment will be key to the Justice Department's strategy to reduce gang violence like that wrought by MS-13, Attorney General Jeff Sessions said Friday during a visit to Long Island, New York. -- Gang members' ability to sneak across the border and to entice new recruits once they enter the United States are undermining efforts to keep communities safe, said the attorney general, highlighting the MS-13 gang-related homicides that had recently occurred in the Central Islip area he visited.......
LA Times        Villaraigosa pledges to restore 'a little luster' to the California dream in a campaign stop in the Inland Empire 
Antonio Villaraigosa argued Friday that he is best suited to be California’s next governor because he had been tested when he was Los Angeles’ mayor during the recession, and had proven that he could make politically unpopular decisions in the best interests of the people. -- “Look at the track record. I’ve not been afraid to take on my friends. I’ve not been afraid to say no,” Villaraigosa told a couple hundred people at a luncheon at an automotive school in Rancho Cucamonga. He noted that he furloughed 37,000 city employees and laid off 1,000 workers during the recession to stave off bankruptcy, and challenged the city’s school district and teachers union because he believed they were failing students.......
More than 69 pounds of liquid meth seized at Progreso bridge 
A Fort Worth woman was arrested after she attempted to smuggle more than 69 pounds of liquid methamphetamine across the Progreso International Bridge, according to a news release. -- On April 22, U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers referred the 22-year-old U.S. citizen to a secondary inspection. -- Officers and a canine team discovered 69.31 pounds of alleged liquid meth hidden within 27 bottles of juice and milk containers, according to the news release.......
LA Times       Trump lawyer says sanctuary city directive is 'narrow' 
A lawyer for the Trump administration told a federal judge Friday that an executive order targeting so-called sanctuary cities and counties was “narrow” and would not result in a loss of massive funds to governments that refuse to cooperate with immigration authorities. -- During a hearing on lawsuits filed by San Francisco and Santa Clara County challenging the administration, acting Asst. Atty. Gen. Chad A. Readler said Trump’s Jan. 25 order was intended merely to highlight an issue the president cares deeply about and would apply “only to a limited range of grants” from the Departments of Justice and Homeland Security.......


Friday, April 28, 2017 Local Media Release
CHAMPLAIN, N.Y. – U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers at the Overton Corners, N.Y., border crossing arrested a Canadian citizen after discovering marijuana, hashish and ecstasy in his vehicle.  CBP border crossing at OvertonCorners, N.Y. CBP...

Friday, April 28, 2017 Local Media Release
TUCSON, Ariz. – An employee from a construction team clearing old border fencing near Naco, contacted Tucson Sector Border Patrol agents at the Brian A. Terry Station to report a possible smuggling tunnel. An incomplete border tunnel wasuncovered by...

Thursday, April 27, 2017 Local Media Release
SAN DIEGO — U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers at the San Ysidro port of entry yesterday took an undocumented man into custody, who was wanted for sexual assault of a minor and burglary, as he was attempting to enter into Mexico. On...

Thursday, April 27, 2017 Local Media Release
TUCSON, Ariz. – Tucson Sector Border Patrol agents arrested an adult woman Wednesdayfor attempting to smuggle an undocumented Mexican man through the immigration checkpoint on Interstate 19, near Amado. Agents at the I-19 traffic checkpointarrested...

Thursday, April 27, 2017 Local Media Release
EL PASO, Texas -- U.S. Customs and Border Protection Office of Field Operations officers working at the El Paso port of entry seized 38 pounds of cocaine Wednesday. The estimated street value of the seized contraband is $1,216,000. Cocaine bundles...


…**NO** Funding for Border Wall…



Listen LIVE Tonight  AM 640  KFI  Los Angeles

Tonight's Show

First Half: Numerologist Glynis McCants is an expert in how patterns of events relate to the energy signature of specific numbers. She'll discuss how this year's cycle of 1 is unfolding and what to expect in the near future.
Second Half: Sociology professors Christopher D. Bader and Joseph O. Baker will discuss paranormal beliefs among various groups and ethnicities in the US, and why some believe in or have experienced strange phenomena, while others do not.

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