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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The 27 Republicans who voted with Democrats to block Trump from taking military action against Iran

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Source: MSN The House on Friday passed an amendment to the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) to block the Trump administration from funding military action against Iran without congressional approval. The vote came amid rising tensions between Washington and Tehran as Iran surpassed the uranium enrichment limitations imposed by the Obama-era nuclear agreement. President Trump …

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China ‘Will Never’ Join Arms Control Deal with the U.S. and Russia

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Source: MSN China has dismissed the possibility of entering into negotiations for a trilateral arms control deal alongside the United States and Russia, highlighting that the former has failed to uphold its international commitments anyway. At a press briefing Monday, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Lu Kang warned of “growing instabilities and uncertainties in the field of …

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Germany to train Saudi soldiers despite Yemen war concerns

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Source: DW Seven Saudi soldiers are to receive officer’s training from the German military starting in July. But some lawmakers have accused the German government of turning a blind eye to Saudi’s brutal campaign in Yemen. Germany will continue to train soldiers from Saudi Arabia despite its brutal military campaign in Yemen, reported German news agency …

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U.S. Challenges Beijing as China, Russia Prepare Drills

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Source: MSN The U.S. issued its latest challenge to Beijing over Taiwan on Sunday as Chinese and Russian fleets met for major exercises off China’s east coast, an area that has become a tense flashpoint between Beijing and Washington. Two American warships sailed through the Taiwan Strait—the 112-mile-wide body of water separating Taiwan from mainland China—on …

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Russia drops out of top 5 global military spenders while US and China up the ante

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Source: MSN Russia has dropped out of the top five countries with the largest defense spend for the first time since 2006, according to new international data Monday. Total world military expenditure rose to $1.8 trillion in 2018, according to new data from the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI), marking an increase of 2.6% …

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