Monday, May 15, 2017


Bertrand Daily Report 
The War For Our Mind & Soul Continues     

Subject:  Your Morning Intelligence Brief  (May 15th, 2017)       

Ed Note: Now that President Trump offered the "olive branch" to many Dems by keeping certain staff and removing Comey from the FBI.... he has come to realize, traitors among his loyal staff are back-stabbers and need to go ! Roger Stone and FakeStream Media's most hated investigative journalist, Michael Cernovich.....of whom dropped the bombshell on Susan Rice, as the person illegally unmasking names for Obama from the intelligence electronic intercept documents, both Roger and Michael are hearing from their close insiders, "Trump is taking the gloves off and he's pissed as hell."

They further suggest, the swamp is about to get completely drained of former Obama operatives and certain NEOCON republicans, "because they just can't be trusted."

Furthermore....Trump is pondering the possibility of shutting down the Washington Press Corps, either completely, or partially with rotating news teams on certain days to maybe a once a week presentation, (NOT) by Spicer...of whom is likely on his way out, but from FoxNews Kimberly Guilfoyl (The Five), if she accepts the job.

In the meanwhile, former prosecutor and New York mayor, Rudy Giuliani has carefully compiled a list of felonies that Hillary Clinton could face in the near future, now that Comey is gone. Remember Martha Stewart of whom thought she herself was "Teflon" from prosecution? Martha received 5 months in jail and 5 months house arrest for simply lying to federal authorities. She did not face the numerous charges that Hillary faces, but yet Hillary has "joined the resistance" vowing to take-down Trump, even after Trump afforded her some relief from an investigation. --Dave Bertrand (Twitter) #Dave Bertrand (@bertranddave1)

Hillary Clinton's List of Pending Charges

18USC§201   Bribery
18USC§208   Acts Effecting A Personal Financial Interest (Includes Recommendations)
18USC§371   Conspiracy1
8USC§1001  False Statements
18USC§1341  Frauds And Swindles (Mail Fraud)
18USC§1343  Fraud By Wire
18USC§1349  Attempt And Conspiracy (To Commit Fraud)
18USC§1505  Obstruction Of Justice
18USC§1519  Destruction (Alteration Or Falsification) Of Records In Federal Investigation
18USC§1621  Perjury (Including Documents Signed Under Penalties Of Perjury)
18USC§1905 Disclosure Of Confidential Information
18USC§1924  Unauthorized Removal And Retention Of Classified Documents Or Material
18USC§2071  Concealment (Removal Or Mutilation) Of Government Records
18USC§7201  Attempt To Evade Or Defeat A Tax (Use Of Clinton Foundation Funds For Personal Or Political Purposes)
18USC§7212  Attempts To Interfere With Administration Of Internal Revenue Laws (Call To IRS On Behalf Of UBS Not Turning Over Accounts To IRS)

Today's Featured Article / Report
Confirmed: Susan Rice "Unmasked" Trump Team

Once again it appears that Trump was right: the conspiracy theory that a close Obama associate worked to "unmask" the Trump team, resulting in the ongoing media spectacle over "collusion" between Trump and the Kremlin, has been confirmed, first by Mike Cernovich, and now by Bloomberg itself.

As noted last night, Journalist and author Mike Cernovich dropped an exclusive bombshell - naming Obama's National Security Advisor Susan Rice as the official responsible for the 'unmasking' of the incoming Trump team during 'incidental' surveillance. This was apparently discovered after the White House Counsel's office reviewed Rice's document log requests:

Cernovich pointed out, as revealed in an article by Circa, that President Obama began loosening the rules regarding "incidental intercepts" starting in 2011 - making it easier for the US Government to spy on individuals who are not the primary target(s) of a surveillance operation.

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North Korea: Test To Deliver "Large Scale Heavy Nuclear Warhead" Was SuccessfulZero Hedge - After North Korea provoked both its neighbors and the US when on Sundaymorning it fired off yet another ballistic missile from Kusong near the border with China - one which this time did not explode upon launch - just days after the election of a new South Korean president who ironically advocates more engagement with Pyongyang, experts said the missile appeared to be a new type of ballistic missile, and had a far greater range than any other weapon North Korea has successfully launched…. Cited by the WSJ, independent experts said the missile, if fired at a conventional angle, could have flown 2,800 miles—far enough to reach the U.S. military base in Guam. That is a “considerably longer range than its current missiles,” said David Wright, co-director of the Global Security Program at the Union of Concerned Scientists, in an analysis of the launch. As the Journal adds, while North Korea’s Taepodong-2 rocket has flown farther than Sunday’s missile, North Korea classifies it as a satellite launcher that isn’t designed to deliver a warhead back to earth. It is, however, banned by United Nations sanctions because similar technology could be used to make an intercontinental ballistic missile.

BBC Has Evidence of Syrian Chemical Weapons, but There's One Major Problem
The AnitMedia - According to a document provided to the BBC by a “Western intelligence agency,” chemical and biological munitions are being produced at three main sites near Damascus and Hama. The document also alleges that Iran and Russia are well aware of these activities…. In its report, the BBC then tied the information from the document into the wider issue at hand — that the Syrian government is deemed by Western powers to be the number one culprit behind the most recent chemical weapons attack at the beginning of April. Most disturbing, however, is the fact that the BBC advanced this information with the following provisos buried in the final paragraphs of its report: “The intelligence information about the suspected weapons manufacturing sites was shared with the BBC on condition the agency providing it would not be named. “It does not give detail about how the alleged evidence was gathered.”…. Real journalism requires a much higher standard than that, assuming our job is to publish the truth. The stakes are high in Syria, and we can’t afford to let the U.S. government and allies employ a shoot-first-ask-questions-later mentality — the same kind we have seen cause such widespread catastrophe in countries such as Iraq and Libya…. This time, let’s question the propaganda before the invasion — not after it.

Leaked NSA Malware Is Helping Hijack Computers Around the World
The Intercept - The malware worm taking over the computers goes by the names “WannaCry” or “Wanna Decryptor.” It… remains invisible to users until it unveils itself as so-called ransomware, telling users that all their files have been encrypted with a key known only to the attacker and that they will be locked out until they pay $300 to an anonymous party using the cryptocurrency Bitcoin….The price rises to $600 after a few days; after seven days, if no ransom is paid, the hacker (or hackers) will make the data permanently inaccessible…. Reuters said that “hospitals across England reported the cyberattack was causing huge problems to their services…. The worm has also reportedly reached universities, a major Spanish telecom, FedEx, and the Russian Interior Ministry. In total, researchers have detected WannaCry infections in over 57,000 computers across over 70 countries. ... today’s ongoing WannaCry attack appears to be based on an attack developed by the NSA, code-named ETERNALBLUE…. Today shows exactly what’s at stake when government hackers can’t keep their virtual weapons locked up.

'Accidental hero' halts ransomware attack and warns: this is not over
The Guardian - The “accidental hero” who halted the global spread of an unprecedented ransomware attack by registering a garbled domain name hidden in the malware has warned the attack could be rebooted…. But the spread of the attack was brought to a sudden halt when one UK cybersecurity researcher tweeting as @malwaretechblog, with the help of Darien Huss from security firm Proofpoint, found and inadvertently activated a “kill switch” in the malicious software. The researcher, who identified himself only as MalwareTech, is a 22-year-old from south-west England who works for Kryptos logic, an LA-based threat intelligence company. “I was out having lunch with a friend and got back about 3pm and saw an influx of news articles about the NHS and various UK organizations being hit,” he told the Guardian. “I had a bit of a look into that and then I found a sample of the malware behind it, and saw that it was connecting out to a specific domain, which was not registered. So I picked it up not knowing what it did at the time.” The kill switch was hardcoded into the malware in case the creator wanted to stop it spreading. This involved a very long nonsensical domain name that the malware makes a request to – just as if it was looking up any website – and if the request comes back and shows that the domain is live, the kill switch takes effect and the malware stops spreading. The domain cost $10.69 and was immediately registering thousands of connections every second.

EBOLA IS BACK: World Health Organization Declares Epidemic: “Taking It Very Seriously”
Mac Slavo - The World Health Organization has declared an Ebola epidemic in the North East region of the Democratic Republic of Congo. At least three deaths have thus far been linked to the virus… The virus originated in a remote region of the Congo, but WHO is tracking down any possible contact the victims had with others. The virus, when detected, often originates in remote regions, but because of international air travel and other modes of transportation, could spread quickly to neighboring villages, then regions, then countries…. Though Ebola doesn’t move as quickly as a cold or flu, it is significantly more deadly, and according to the following model it could potentially spread fairly rapidly should it escape containment. It would take only one individual to make it through an airport checkpoint and all bets are off… Microsoft founder Bill Gates warned earlier this year that the world is not prepared to deal with a widespread contagion and that viruses like Ebola or modified biological weapons could kill hundreds of millions of people in a truly global outbreak.

Mexican Supreme Court Refuses to Review Monsanto Appeal on GMO Maize Permits
Sustainable Pulse - The first chamber of the Mexican Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation (SCJN) has refused to review or analyze an appeal by Monsanto regarding the issuance of commercial permits for the sowing of GMO maize in the country. In this way, the decision to resolve the GMO trials involving the companies Monsanto, Dow, Pioneer and Dupont, as well as the Mexican Government Departments of the Environment and Agriculture, and on the other side, civil society and academic organizations that are opposed to the sowing of GMO maize, will have to be resolved by the First Collegiate Court on Civil Matters…. The lawyer of the civil society Corn Collective, René Sánchez Galindo, explained that last Wednesday in a private meeting, the Supreme Court judges evaluated the appeal that Monsanto filed. None of the judges endorsed the company’s request, which was a requirement for the Court to place the appeal on its docket.

An elementary school in British Columbia banned celebrating Mother's Day and Father's Day in the classroom 
12NEWS - An elementary school is canceling Mother’s and Father’s Day events in an effort to celebrate diversity and inclusivity after a traumatic incident involving one of its students. Staff from Albert McMahon Elementary School in Mission, British Columbia, Canada sent a letter to its students’ parents, indicating the cancellation of events related to the holidays. In it, the letter reads: As Mother’s Day and Father’s Day approach we have met as a Primary (Grade 1 and 2) team to discuss our core values. In an effort to celebrate diversity, inclusivity and also nurture our students who are part of non-traditional families, we have decided to encourage those celebrations to take place at home. Due to this, the children will not be making gifts at school to give on Mother’s Day and Father’s Day. We feel each family knows the best way to celebrate with their own family.




Tillerson: Trump weighs impact of embassy move on Middle East peace



 Civilians Patrolling The Border

Free Beacon          High School Confiscates Yearbooks After Deeming 'Build That Wall' Senior Quote ‘Inappropriate' 
A North Carolina high school has confiscated pre-ordered yearbooks after school officials and district administrators deemed a student's "build that wall" senior quote "inappropriate." -- Richmond Early College High Schoo

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