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Tuesday, May 9, 2017

CLG: Breaking: FBI Director James Comey has been fired



 News Updates from CLG
09 May 2017
 
Previous edition: U.S. House repeals Obamacare; bill faces higher hurdles in Senate
 
Breaking: FBI Director James Comey has been fired | 09 May 2017 | "Today, President Donald J. Trump informed FBI Director James Comey that he has been terminated and removed from office," the White House statement reads. "President Trump acted based on the clear recommendations of both Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and Attorney General Jeff Sessions," the statement said. In addition to a statement, the White House released the letter that Trump wrote directly to Comey dismissing him at the recommendation of the attorney general and the deputy attorney general "effective immediately."
 
Breaking: Hundreds of workers told to 'take cover' after tunnel in plutonium uranium extraction plant collapses at Hanford Nuclear Reservation --Hanford contains about 56 million gallons of radioactive waste, most of it in 177 [*leaking*] underground tanks | 09 May 2017 | A portion of a storage tunnel that contains rail cars full of radioactive waste collapsed Tuesday morning, forcing an emergency declaration at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation in southeastern Washington state. There were no workers inside the tunnel when it collapsed. But nearby Hanford workers were evacuated and others who were farther away were told to remain indoors, the U.S. Department of Energy said. The accident occurred at a facility known as PUREX (plutonium uranium extraction), located in the middle of the sprawling Hanford site, which is half the size of Rhode Island, Bradbury said.
 
Emergency declared at Hanford nuclear site in Washington state | 09 May 2017 | An emergency was declared Tuesday morning at the Hanford nuclear site in Washington state after a tunnel was breached, according to Hanford government officials. The U.S. Department of Energy Richland Operations Office activated the Hanford Emergency Operations Center at 8:26 a.m. Tuesday, according to the alert. The tunnel is next to a plutonium uranium extraction facility.
 
 in highly radioactive Fukushima mountain forest | 01 May 2017 | A fire broke out in a mountain forest near the crippled Fukushima No. 1 Nuclear Power Plant on the evening of April 29, consuming an area approximately 20 hectares in size, according to prefectural authorities. The fire started on 448-meter-high Mount Juman in Namie, Fukushima Prefecture, prompting the prefectural government to request the dispatch of the Ground Self-Defense Force (GSDF) on a disaster relief mission on April 30. The area is designated as a "difficult-to-return zone" due to high radiation levels from the Fukushima nuclear disaster, and entry into the area is barred in principle.
 
Bill would remove prohibition on nuclear attack planning | 09 May 2017 | A 1984 prohibition on including nuclear attack preparations in Washington state's emergency management plans would be removed under a new bill introduced by two lawmakers. One lawmaker says recent tensions between the U.S. and North Korea makes the idea timely. But emergency management officials say that the greatest threat facing Washington is an earthquake.
 
'Declaration of war': Russian MPs blast US plans to enforce N. Korea sanctions on foreign territory | 05 May 2017 | A senior Russian senator says the American bill allowing the US Navy to enforce international sanctions on North Korea through the control of Russian ports is a violation of international law, and is equal to a declaration of war. "The realization of this [US] bill includes a proposed force scenario in which the US Navy would conduct compulsory inspections of all ships. Such a scenario is simply unthinkable because it means a declaration of war," RIA Novosti quoted upper house Committee for International Relations head Konstantin Kosachev as saying. The comment came shortly after the US Congress approved the [insane] bill with additional sanctions against North Korea, allowing for the possible establishment of US control over seaports and sea routes in the Far East, including the Russian ports of Vanino, Nakhodka and Vladivostok.
 
North Korea accuses the CIA of plotting to assassinate Kim Jong-Un with bio-weapon | 05 May 2017 | North Korea on Friday accused the CIA of plotting with South Korea to assassinate the isolated country's leader Kim Jong-Un, amid soaring tensions in the flashpoint region. The CIA and Seoul's Intelligence Services have 'hatched a vicious plot' involving unspecified 'biochemical substances' to assassinate North Korea's young leader during public ceremonial events in Pyongyang, the Ministry said in a statement carried by state media. For the CIA 'assassination by use of biochemical substances including radioactive substance and nano poisonous substance is the best method that does not require access to the target, their lethal results will appear after six or twelve months,' the North Korean Ministry said in a statement carried by state media on Friday.
 
Unmanned U.S. Air Force space plane lands after secret, two-year mission | 08 May 2017 | The U.S. military's experimental [!?!] X-37B space plane landed on Sunday at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida, completing a classified mission that lasted nearly two years, the Air Force said. The unmanned X-37B, which resembles a miniature space shuttle, touched down at 7:47 a.m. EDT (1147 GMT) on a runway formerly used for landings of the now-mothballed space shuttles, the Air Force said in an email. The X-37B, one of two in the Air Force fleet, conducted unspecified experiments for more than 700 days while in orbit. It was the fourth and lengthiest mission so far for the secretive program, managed by the Air Force Rapid Capabilities Office.
 
Lawyers for Spokane psychologists in torture case want documents the CIA calls secret --The psychologists ran a Spokane-based company that got $81 million from the CIA to develop methods to extract information that included waterboarding and sleep deprivation. | 06 May 2017 | Lawyers for two psychologists who developed harsh interrogation methods in the government's 'war on terror' asked a judge Friday to allow them to interview two CIA officials and have access to documents the government claims are secret. But government lawyers told the federal judge in Spokane that the officials and documents are protected under the state secrets privilege and making them public would threaten national security.
 
President Obama's team sought NSA intel on thousands of Americans during the 2016 election | 04 May 2017 | During his final year in office, President Obama's team significantly expanded efforts to search National Security Agency intercepts for information about Americans, distributing thousands of intelligence reports across government with the unredacted names of U.S. residents during the midst of a divisive 2016 presidential election. The data, made available this week by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, provides the clearest evidence to date of how information accidentally collected by the NSA overseas about Americans was subsequently searched and disseminated after President Obama loosened privacy protections to make such sharing easier in 2011 in the name of national security. A court affirmed his order.
 
Sally Yates was the real blackmailer | 09 May 2017 | In dramatic testimony Monday, Obama holdover Attorney General Sally Yates testified that she warned the incoming White House its newly installed national security adviser, Michael Flynn, was "compromised" by a lie and therefore a potential "blackmail target" of the Russians. President Trump can be forgiven for ignoring her warning. It was Yates who was blackmailing him...Just two days after the election, Obama urged President-elect Trump not to rehire Flynn, whom he once fired from the Pentagon...Then in late December or early January, someone working under Obama's own national security adviser, Susan Rice, unmasked routine NSA intercepts of the Russian ambassador. Was it to spy on Flynn, Rice's replacement? Just days after the inauguration, moreover, Yates used those same NSA transcripts to try to get Flynn fired, by warning the White House that he was "vulnerable" to Russian extortion.
 
Emmanuel Macron Will Take Over as President of France on Sunday | 08 May 2017 | Globalist Emmanuel Macron will take office as France's next president on May 14, President François Hollande announced on Monday, a day after Mr. Macron, an independent centrist corporate-owned fraud, defeated Marine Le Pen in a battle for the country's leadership. Mr. Macron appeared beside Mr. Hollande at a ceremony at the Arc de Triomphe to observe the 72nd anniversary of the end of World War II in Europe. He did not make a statement, but his attention will already have turned to the choice of a prime minister and to the legislative elections of June 11 and 18, when all 577 seats in the National Assembly -- the lower, more powerful house of the French Parliament -- will be up for grabs.
 
Louvre reopens after being evacuated over bomb threat just hours before it's due to host Macron's election night victory rally --Courtyard outside the Louvre in Paris evacuated because of 'security alert' | 07 May 2017 | The French presidential election was rocked by a security alert in the heart of Paris today. The courtyard outside the Louvre museum, where [globalist dirt-bag] Emmanuel Macron plans to hold an election night victory party, was evacuated on police orders after a bomb threat. Macron's campaign press office said it was a 'suspicious bag' that prompted the evacuation.
 
French election: Media warned not to publish hacked Macron emails | 06 May 2017 | The media has been warned not to publish the contents of hacked emails from Emmanuel Macron's presidential campaign. France's electoral commission has said any organisations that circulate information from the leaked messages may be committing a criminal offence. [?! Publish away!] On Friday, Mr Macron's campaign team confirmed it had fallen victim to a "massive hacking attack" which resulted in hundreds of internal documents being dumped online. About nine gigabytes of data was posted by an anonymous user called EMLEAKS, only hours before the end of official election campaigning.
 
Armed officers protecting nuclear power stations 'taking too many sick days' | 07 May 2017 | Armed officers protecting Britain's nuclear power stations against terrorists are to be coached by fitness gurus because they are taking too many days off sick. Officials at the Civil Nuclear Constabulary (CNC) became concerned after the force repeatedly failed to make its annual target on staff sickness. So-called "fitness champions" will now offer advice to colleagues on a wide range of issues, such as how to achieve and maintain peak physical condition, how to avoid injury and even what to eat in order to stay healthy.
 
Man held near May's office in April charged with terrorism offences | 09 May 2017 | A man arrested near Prime Minister Theresa May's office in London last month has been charged with terrorism offences and will appear in court on Thursday, police said. Khalid Mohammed Omar Ali, 27, of north London, also faces two counts of possessing explosives which police said related to activity in Afghanistan in 2012.
 
Concerns over terrorism lead TSA to issue warning to trucking companies | 06 May 2017 | The images are disturbing: cargo trucks plowing into crowds of people enjoying holiday street festivals and markets. In recent years, these terrorist attacks have happened often -- mostly in European countries -- leaving dozens of people dead and hundreds injured. Now, the U.S. Transportation Security Administration wants truck rental agencies to be more vigilant in efforts to prevent these attacks, releasing a report this week that outlines the increased threat of such incidents.
 
Snowflakes gone wild: Ohio middle school suspends seventh grader for 10 DAYS because he 'liked' an Instagram photo of an airsoft gun | 09 May 2017 | A seventh grader in Ohio was suspended from his middle school for 10 days after liking a photo of a gun on Instagram. Zachary Bowlin was given the harsh punishment from staff at Edgewood Middle School in Trenton after he liked the social media post showing an airsoft gun that shoots pellets with the caption: 'Ready'. 'I liked it, scrolling down Instagram at night about 7, 8 o'clock I liked it,' Zachary told WXIX. 'The next morning they called me down (to the office) patted me down and checked me for weapons.' He told WCMH...The middle school student was sent home with a note to his parents about the cause of his suspension Thursday.
 
Blasphemy and terrorism: Catchall phrases to repress dissent | 05 May 2017 | Blasphemy has joined terrorism as a catchall phrase to intimidate, incarcerate and kill critics and political opponents as well as stifle unfettered debate and settle scores. There is, however, one difference: terrorism is a justification for curbing freedom of expression often used by governments irrespective of how democratic or undemocratic they may be. Blasphemy serves not only as a tool for governments, but has also empowered religious ultra-conservatives, frenzied mobs, and extremist groups and individuals...Saudi Arabia and other Muslim nations have been lobbying in recent years for the criminalisation of blasphemy in international law, in a move that would legitimise curbs on free speech and growing Muslim intolerance towards any open discussion of their faith. The kingdom’s ability to further its efforts was enhanced last November when it was  elected as a member of the United Nations Human Rights Council. 
 
Gardasil strikes again: HPV vaccine is to blame for daughter's paralysis, warns mother --European Medicines Agency: Approximately 11,867 reactions to Gardasil recorded as of February 2017 | 03 May 2017 | After suffering an allergic reaction to the controversial human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine, Mia Blesky was left paralyzed from the neck down. Once a straight-A student and aspiring pop star who sang and danced, she’s now being home-schooled and given singing lessons at her bedside. The doctors say that it’s all in her head but her mother, Gini Blesky, believes that “the routine jab" is to blame. "The routine jab" is part of the childhood immunization program developed by the National Health Service (NHS), which Mia Blesky opted for back in September of last year. Shortly after undergoing her first dosage of Gardasil, the 12-year old complained about her legs feeling heavy and of a burning sensation in her spine.
 
Seattle Mayor Ed Murray ends re-election campaign amid allegations he sexually abused children| 09 May 2017 | Seattle Mayor Ed Murray (D) on Tuesday ended his campaign for re-election amid allegations that he sexually abused children in the 1980s. Murray's announcement comes a month after a 46-year-old Kent man sued him, alleging the mayor sexually abused him decades ago...The plaintiff, who eventually identified himself as Delvonn Heckard, said he met Murray on the bus in 1986 when he was only 15 years old. Another two men, Jeff Simpson and Llyod Anderson, have also accused Murray of abusing them and paying them for sex in the 1980s.
 
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