The Washington Post yesterday reported that Trump personally asked Admiral Michael Rogers, director of the NSA and former senator Daniel Coats, Director of National Intelligence, to lie about what they knew regarding issues regarding Russiagate.
Russia has information of a potential incident similar to the alleged chemical attack in Idlib province, possibly targeting a Damascus suburb, President Vladimir Putin said. The goal is to discredit the government of Syrian President Assad, he added. Washington’s ‘unilateralism’ in Syria undermines UN – head of Iraqi WMD probe to RT “We have reports […]
Gordon Duff – We’re going to cover a few things today, some not so related, thus this is an Intel Drop. Buckle in, here it comes.
Gordon Duff – Meetings today at the Metropolitan Club in Washington DC and elsewhere “out of sight” are proceeding to work out a strategy to declare Donald Trump “disabled” and unable to continue in office.
President Trump can emerge as an American president who transformed “the American State”, setting it forward for the next generations, provided he does it right — professionally, and not through twitter.
Mathew Maavak — Evidently, Trump had either miscalculated or misrepresented the extent and nature of America’s greatest existential threat. Instead of draining the swamp, the White House is now floundering in a toxic ocean of privatized intelligence. Trump Says FBI ‘Totally Unable’ to Find Leakers of Classified Info ‘Within Itself’ This development should have been foreseen and neutered long back. […]
Jim W. Dean – Well, it looks like the grownups have won another one with the new White House staff, with its backing off putting the terrorist tag on Iran’s Republican Guard BEFORE seeking feedback from the professionals.
Jim W. Dean – This having Intel agencies making reports of influencing elections is getting entertaining, as they all do it when and where they want, for whatever reasons they deem necessary.
I hardly know where to begin, the ‘get along with the Russians’ guy, the guy who was going to bring experts in, is now running a clown circus in Washington; I guess the whole thing is funny if it doesn’t kill all of us and frankly, it’s looking like it’s going to kill all of us. The blame goes everywhere…..
There is no way out of this one, hold on for a more than bumpy ride.
The Russian envoy to Turkey was wounded after a gunman stormed into a building where the official was attending a Russian photo exhibition, the Russian Foreign Ministry confirmed. Within an hour or so, we received confirmation that he had sadly died from his wounds.
Jim W. Dean – It’s always a treat to get an interview with these ex-Mossad chiefs, as they have a history of being outspoken, which we rarely see among the Western retirees.
President-elect Donald Trump’s pick for national security advisor “inappropriately shared” classified information, according to documents made public on Wednesday.
Gordon Duff – VT has long relationships with other media in Russia and Iran, among others; and supports all quality material originating from those sources. However, we often differ; and when we find cheap propaganda or a trail of misdirection, we inform those involved and take our own path.
[Editor’s note: It is a sad truism that once you have successfully hacked an election, you also have the power to cover it up. We know full well that the Russians hacked the US electoral system and that is how and why the bloviating orange buffon Trump was ‘elected’. However, that knowledge is not the […]
By Chuck Ross submitted by D Boyaijan A Turkish-American businessman who is head of the Democratic National Committee’s Heritage Council claimed to have paid a former GOP congressman to write a pro-Turkey op-ed last year and also provided secret updates on his own political activities to members of Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s inner circle, newly […]
This is one of those times when I am obligated by conscience to disclose information normally never given to the public.
Jim W. Dean – With the Syrian-Russian-Iran anti-terrorism coalition having stopped the planned take down of Syria, the US coalition, which has both supported terrorists and fought them, can become even more dangerous.
Russia decided to use the Hamadan airfield in Iran to prevent terrorists from spying on its strategic aircraft taking part in the Moscow-led counterterrorism operation in Syria, the Vzglyad newspaper asserted. The business daily maintained that spying appears to have become a major issue since some radical groups fighting in Syria have lately succeeded in hiding from incoming Russian airstrikes. […]
A joint task force has determined that defense intelligence appraisals provided by US Central Command systematically provided a distorted “rosy” picture, in stark contrast to battlefield realities, in order to create the false appearance that the US strategy in Syria and Iraq was succeeding. On Thursday, a congressional joint task force (JTF) investigating allegations of intelligence […]
Twenty home-made explosive devices equivalent to more than 40 kilos of TNT, as well as ammunition, shells, and other weapons used by the Ukrainian Army’s special forces were discovered at the scene.
Jim W. Dean – The bottom line for all the voters is the irrefutable evidence of what a worthless political class has emerged from our political system. To even call it second rate would not be fair, as it is below second rate.
The Obama administration has offered to help Russia improve its targeting of terrorist groups in Syria if Moscow will stop bombing civilians and opposition fighters who have signed on to a cease-fire and use its influence to force Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to do the same.
The Syrians, with Russian and Iranian backing, are continuing their offensive to capture Raqqah, a key strategic point and the de facto ISIS capital, therefore if it falls, a very great blow.
The growing scandal over cooked ISIS intelligence just got much worse. Now, analysts are saying they’re being forced out for not toeing the Obama administration’s line on the war.
Jim W. Dean – Atlanta’s new Association for Intelligence Officers chapter hosted author Mark Riebling to an overflow crowd, sharing his 20 years of research that went into his new book on Vatican spying during WWII.
By Gordon Duff, Senior Editor Two issues have brought to light the extent Saudi Arabia and Turkey will go to in Syria, but there is more. While the US is visibly working with Russia on the upcoming cease fire, supposedly to come online in less than 36 hours, the US is also involved in bizarre […]
Gordon Duff – We had to sit on this report until…well, we can’t even say that either. As Jim Dean points out, this is material you won’t find anyplace else.
Gordon Duff – Today we have been on with sources, official, unofficial, defrocked spies, retired spies, military, retired military and the VT crew from Turkey, Egypt, Russia, Syria, Kurdish Iraq, Switzerland, Sudan and across Africa.
I don’t know where to start and that’s not a good thing. We can begin with the break in relations between Saudi Arabia and Iran.