NATO member Turkey has requested Russian combat forces join them in attack preparations against US-backed forces in Syria—a move that comes during a week in which the entire Western military alliance was roiled by the firing of British Defense Minister Gavin Williamson by Prime Minister Theresa May, who quickly barred any criminal investigation into his sacking—and was a firing coming just days after Williamson boarded HMS Vigilant–one of Britain’s four submarines that carry Trident nuclear ballistic missiles—appearing to its officers and crew “almost a bit manic” warning them of an “unnamed and unknown security threat facing his nation” and declaring “we always go on the assumption that we are always under attack”—a mentally unstable action the Ministry of Defense (MoD) warned could be Williamson’s attempt to launch a nuclear first strike against Russia to cover up his crimes in the coup plot against President Trump—and was an analysis confirmed a few hours ago when it was discovered that May, indeed, fired Williamson over her fears he was going to start a war—and was due to her refusing to authorize Williamson to deploy his nation’s nuclear weapons loaded submarines—a refusal that prompted the obviously insane Williamsonto write in his official notes “fuck the prime minister”. […]
SMH. Project Icarus Rex, the “top secret” DARPA/CERN time travel project commissioned by President Trump claims another gullible lawmaker, and The New York Times. As of yet, no retraction.
Confirmation bias is simply this: sometimes you get so hung up on finding data to support your belief that you grasp at anything, and that means anything, that could possibly support your conclusion. Sometimes, that means you fall for bullshit, just because you want to believe it so badly. The corporate media has a confirmation bias against President Trump, and it is rabid. They have already decided that President Trump and 63 million Americans are beyond redemption and through their ignorance and impudence, need their vote nullified. They have openly, and tacitly, called for a revolution. This is not hyperbole. The corporate media is attempting a coup to overturn the results of a democratically elected president. […]
"The company [Kaspersky Lab] has been investigating a $1 billion attack on financial institutions by a sophisticated hacking group…. Russian cyber-security company Kaspersky Lab was invited to look into the matter, after an ATM in the Ukrainian capital Kiev started giving out cash randomly without anyone inserting a card or touching any buttons in late 2013." […]