Trump: Saudi paid $1bn to increase number of US troops in region

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Source: Middle East MOnitor US President Donald Trump said that he made Saudi Arabia pay the US for the increased presence of American service personnel in the region as a result of the regional tensions. In an interview with the American TV channel Fox News, Trump said: “Saudi Arabia is paying us for [our troops]. We have …

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WHILE TRUMP WARNS TEHRAN OF CENSORSHIP, FACEBOOK’S THOUGHT POLICE CENSOR PRO-IRAN TWEETS

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Source: SHTF The hypocrisy is unbelievable.  In order to comply with United States sanctions on Iran, Facebook’s thought police have taken to censorship on behalf of the government.  At the same time, President Donald Trump warns Iran not to use censorship. It’s become painfully obvious that the ruling class wants to get us into another …

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Microsoft Wins Pentagon’s $10 Billion JEDI Contract, Thwarting Amazon

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Source: MSN Money The Department of Defense on Friday awarded a $10 billion technology contract to Microsoft over Amazon in a contest that was closely watched after President Trump ramped up his criticism of Amazon’s founder, Jeff Bezos, and said he might intervene. The 10-year contract for the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure, known as JEDI, …

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Everything you need to know about the Saudi Arabia oil attacks

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Source: The Guardian Saturday’s drone attacks severely disrupted global energy infrastructure and sent oil price soaring. What happened on Saturday morning? Saudi pipelines, oil installations and tankers have occasionally been attacked over the past two years, but analysts say what happened in eastern Saudi Arabia in the early hours of Saturday morning is a much …

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JOHN BOLTON TRIED HIS BEST TO DRAW THE U.S. INTO A WAR. LUCKILY, HE FAILED.

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Source: The Intercept PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP parted ways with his hawkish national security adviser John Bolton on Tuesday, ending a 17-month tenure that included additional troops deployed to the Middle East, saw the U.S. repeatedly threaten “military action” against the Venezuelan government, and brought the country within minutes of bombing Iran. In May 2018, less than two months after Trump announced Bolton’s …

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DOJ just approved massive merger deal that will see Sprint, T-Mobile and Dish roll out a nationwide 5G network to expose nearly EVERYONE living in any U.S. city to harmful radiation

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Source: NewsTarget To help accelerate the implementation of the New World Order’s deep state 5G control grid, the Department of Justice (DOJ) recently gave the green light for Sprint and T-Mobile to finally merge, which will create the largest wireless carrier in the United States. Ending a more than year-long antitrust battle, the DOJ has …

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Mass Surveillance Is Coming to a City Near You

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Source: The Atlantic A tech entrepreneur wants to track the residents of a high-crime American community. The tech entrepreneur Ross McNutt wants to spend three years recording outdoor human movements in a major U.S. city, KMOX news radio reports. If that sounds too dystopian to be real, you’re behind the times. McNutt, who runs Persistent …

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U.S. preparing to withdraw thousands of troops from Afghanistan in initial deal with Taliban

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Source: MSN The Trump administration is preparing to withdraw thousands of troops from Afghanistan in exchange for concessions from the Taliban, including a cease-fire and a renunciation of al-Qaeda, as part of an initial deal to end the nearly 18-year-old war, U.S. officials say.  The agreement, which would require the Taliban to begin negotiating a …

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