The Global Security News: 1. World from Michael_Novakhov (22 sites): FOX News: El Chapo hitman had ‘murder room’ for messy executions, says witness

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One of Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman’s trusted hitmen kept a murder room — which featured a drain in the floor to expedite clean-up following messy executions, a witness said Monday.

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1. World from Michael_Novakhov (22 sites): FOX News: El Chapo hitman had ‘murder room’ for messy executions, says witness

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One of Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman’s trusted hitmen kept a murder room — which featured a drain in the floor to expedite clean-up following messy executions, a witness said Monday.

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The Global Security News: 1. World from Michael_Novakhov (22 sites): FOX News: Endless wars will eventually come to ‘glorious’ end, tweets Trump

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President Trump late Monday tweeted that the U.S. would stop getting tangled in “endless wars” and that the military’s role in these conflicts will “eventually come to a glorious end.”

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President Trump late Monday tweeted that the U.S. would stop getting tangled in “endless wars” and that the military’s role in these conflicts will “eventually come to a glorious end.”

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The Global Security News: 1. World from Michael_Novakhov (22 sites): FOX News: Yes, there’s been a stock market correction but that doesn’t mean our economy is headed for a recession

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While many liberal commentators like to depict the recent stock market correction as a death knell for the Trump economy, financial markets and the broader economy aren’t always in lock-step.

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While many liberal commentators like to depict the recent stock market correction as a death knell for the Trump economy, financial markets and the broader economy aren’t always in lock-step.

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The Global Security News: 1. World from Michael_Novakhov (22 sites): Voice of America: After a Tame Globes, is a Less-Charged Awards Season Ahead?

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The Golden Globe Awards looked like it had gone entirely back to frothy, bubbly business as usual, until Regina King did the impossible: She got the orchestra to stop playing her off. Not even Lady Gaga had that much power. 

King used her platform on stage accepting the supporting actress award for “If Beale Street Could Talk,” to shed a light on Time’s Up x 2, the second year iteration of the legal defense fund founded in the wake of the sexual misconduct…

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The Golden Globe Awards looked like it had gone entirely back to frothy, bubbly business as usual, until Regina King did the impossible: She got the orchestra to stop playing her off. Not even Lady Gaga had that much power. 

King used her platform on stage accepting the supporting actress award for “If Beale Street Could Talk,” to shed a light on Time’s Up x 2, the second year iteration of the legal defense fund founded in the wake of the sexual misconduct…

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The Global Security News: 1. US Security from Michael_Novakhov (87 sites): Eurasia Review: Bulgaria: Purchase Of New Fighter Jets Pits President Against Prime Minister

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By Georgi Gotev

(EurActiv) — Bulgaria’s President Rumen Radev slammed on Sunday (6 January) the government of Boyko Borissov for having “perverted” the procedure for the acquisition of new fighter jets.

Bulgaria wants to buy eight fighter jets to replace its ageing
Soviet-designed MiG-29s, in a tender estimated at 1.8 billion levs (€900
million). The United States offered two options: either new Lockheed
Martin F-16V jets or new Boeing F-18 Super Hornets. Sweden offered new
Saab Gripen jets, while Italy proposed supplying second-hand
Eurofighters.

Speaking to journalists at the last EU summit, Borissov made it clear that he had made his choice in favour of F-16.

On 21 December, it was announced that the government will propose to
the Parliament the country to buy the F-16 Block 72 ‘Viper’ to be built
by Lockheed Martin.

The Swedish company Saab criticised the decision, saying that the
Bulgarian side had “changed the rules of the game” and that in making
its choice for F-16, it did not take into account four out of seven
criteria of the tender.

Krassimira Stoyanova, Vice President of Saab for Central and Eastern
Europe, said on national TV on 23 December that the version of F-16
chosen by Bulgaria does not even exist, and that even the plant where
they would be produced doesn’t exist either. She also claimed that the
cost for the US planes would be significantly higher than the ceiling
required by the tender.

Radev, who was a military pilot and head of the Bulgarian air force
before being elected as president in November 2016, has gained
prominence in criticising Borissov on many issues. Asked on Sunday to
comment the government’s decision to buy F-16, he called the procedure
“perverted” and said it was a “triple blow against Bulgaria”.

“I insisted that the [tender] procedure and financial framework be
respected, which guarantees the best choice, no matter which aircraft it
would be. The government did the opposite – they announced the winner
in breach of their own rules and those of the Parliament, and even
committed to pay an enormous amount”, Radev said.

He said that all this amounted to a “triple blow”, because of the
higher price, but also because of “the blow against our European
partners, which the government uses as figurants in the tender”, adding
that the blow was also against the US partners, who in his words should
realise that Bulgarians know that they won via lobbyism, not according
to the rules.

“How can we expect winning the respect of Europe and the world, if we
don’t respect our own laws and rules”, Radev asked a rhetoric question.

The defence minister Krassimir Karakachanov was quoted as saying that
the cabinet will start negotiations with the US, and if those are not
satisfactory, the effort could continue with the next competitor.

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By Georgi Gotev

(EurActiv) — Bulgaria’s President Rumen Radev slammed on Sunday (6 January) the government of Boyko Borissov for having “perverted” the procedure for the acquisition of new fighter jets.

Bulgaria wants to buy eight fighter jets to replace its ageing
Soviet-designed MiG-29s, in a tender estimated at 1.8 billion levs (€900
million). The United States offered two options: either new Lockheed
Martin F-16V jets or new Boeing F-18 Super Hornets. Sweden offered new
Saab Gripen jets, while Italy proposed supplying second-hand
Eurofighters.

Speaking to journalists at the last EU summit, Borissov made it clear that he had made his choice in favour of F-16.

On 21 December, it was announced that the government will propose to
the Parliament the country to buy the F-16 Block 72 ‘Viper’ to be built
by Lockheed Martin.

The Swedish company Saab criticised the decision, saying that the
Bulgarian side had “changed the rules of the game” and that in making
its choice for F-16, it did not take into account four out of seven
criteria of the tender.

Krassimira Stoyanova, Vice President of Saab for Central and Eastern
Europe, said on national TV on 23 December that the version of F-16
chosen by Bulgaria does not even exist, and that even the plant where
they would be produced doesn’t exist either. She also claimed that the
cost for the US planes would be significantly higher than the ceiling
required by the tender.

Radev, who was a military pilot and head of the Bulgarian air force
before being elected as president in November 2016, has gained
prominence in criticising Borissov on many issues. Asked on Sunday to
comment the government’s decision to buy F-16, he called the procedure
“perverted” and said it was a “triple blow against Bulgaria”.

“I insisted that the [tender] procedure and financial framework be
respected, which guarantees the best choice, no matter which aircraft it
would be. The government did the opposite – they announced the winner
in breach of their own rules and those of the Parliament, and even
committed to pay an enormous amount”, Radev said.

He said that all this amounted to a “triple blow”, because of the
higher price, but also because of “the blow against our European
partners, which the government uses as figurants in the tender”, adding
that the blow was also against the US partners, who in his words should
realise that Bulgarians know that they won via lobbyism, not according
to the rules.

“How can we expect winning the respect of Europe and the world, if we
don’t respect our own laws and rules”, Radev asked a rhetoric question.

The defence minister Krassimir Karakachanov was quoted as saying that
the cabinet will start negotiations with the US, and if those are not
satisfactory, the effort could continue with the next competitor.

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The Global Security News: 1. US Security from Michael_Novakhov (87 sites): Stars and Stripes: Police: WWII veteran fatally beat and home set on fire by son over cell phone

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State police believe Douglas F. Novak beat his elderly father to death over a missing cell phone and then set his house on fire in an attempt to cover his tracks, according to court documents.

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State police believe Douglas F. Novak beat his elderly father to death over a missing cell phone and then set his house on fire in an attempt to cover his tracks, according to court documents.

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The Global Security News: 1. US Security from Michael_Novakhov (87 sites): Eurasia Review: Ukrainian Autocephaly ‘Beginning Of The End’ For Moscow Patriarchate – OpEd

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There is no question, Russian commentator Stanislav Belkovsky says, that the grant of the tomos of autocephaly to the Orthodox Church of Ukraine is “the beginning of the end” of the Russian Orthodox Church of the Moscow Patriarchate, something all the more likely because Moscow didn’t think Ukrainian autocephaly would happen.

That is just one sign of how out of touch the church hierarchy is and how it failed to make an argument with the Universal Patriarch in religious terms but limited itself to politics alone, an approach, Belkovsky says, which almost certainly guaranteed its loss on Ukraine and more besides (afterempire.info/2019/01/05/belkovskiy-rpc/).

The hierarchy of the ROC MP around Patriarch Kirill thus has shown itself to be more an arm of the secular authorities than a religious organization, perhaps not surprising, the commentator says, because “faith in God is not an obligatory condition for membership in the Orthodox Church in present-day Russia.”

The ROC MP was set up “as is well known by Joseph Stalin in September 1943 as atype of ministry which should fulfill specific subfunctions in the general system of state power” in the USSR. Only at the end of the 1980s and beginning of the 1990s did it separate in fact from the state. But very rapidly, the ROC MP returned to being what it had been, an arm of the state.

That origin and that return, Belkovsky says, has played “a bad joke” on the ROC MP: its subordination to the Kremlin in all things including in particular the 2014 invasion of Ukraine has led “the inevitable recognition of Ukrainian autocephaly” first by the Universal Patriarch in Constantinople and soon by Orthodox churches throughout the world.

Before 2014, few considered Ukrainian autocephaly possible, “but everything changed after 2014 precisely because the ROC MP not only did not distance itself from the Putin state but demonstrably deepened its dependence on it.” The ROC MP has no right to complain about the OCU’s ties with Kyiv given that its own with the Kremlin are far tighter.

Now, if Putin wants to replace Kirill with Tikhon as patriarch, there is nothing standing in his way; and that shows to all the world that the ROC MP has lost the right to present itself as a religious organization. It is that only for some of its hierarchs, some of its priests and some of its laity. For most of all three, it is something else, a political body.

That condemns it to lose status at home and abroad and means that when the current Russian government passes from the scene, so too will the ROC MP. It has no basis for an existence independent of the state and so will live and die with it, Belkovsky suggests.

Many commentators in Ukraine and even in Russia have adopted an even more negative line about  the ROC MP. Perhaps the most damning are those who suggest that while the OCU received its tomos from the Universal Patriarch, the ROC MP received it not from a church official but from Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin (e.g., bitvazaurozay.livejournal.com/698691.html).

Such observations will do little to keep the ROC MP alive as a church, although they may lead the Kremlin and its security services to double down on their defense of their own ideological branch. 

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1. US Security from Michael_Novakhov (87 sites): Eurasia Review: Ukrainian Autocephaly ‘Beginning Of The End’ For Moscow Patriarchate – OpEd

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There is no question, Russian commentator Stanislav Belkovsky says, that the grant of the tomos of autocephaly to the Orthodox Church of Ukraine is “the beginning of the end” of the Russian Orthodox Church of the Moscow Patriarchate, something all the more likely because Moscow didn’t think Ukrainian autocephaly would happen.

That is just one sign of how out of touch the church hierarchy is and how it failed to make an argument with the Universal Patriarch in religious terms but limited itself to politics alone, an approach, Belkovsky says, which almost certainly guaranteed its loss on Ukraine and more besides (afterempire.info/2019/01/05/belkovskiy-rpc/).

The hierarchy of the ROC MP around Patriarch Kirill thus has shown itself to be more an arm of the secular authorities than a religious organization, perhaps not surprising, the commentator says, because “faith in God is not an obligatory condition for membership in the Orthodox Church in present-day Russia.”

The ROC MP was set up “as is well known by Joseph Stalin in September 1943 as atype of ministry which should fulfill specific subfunctions in the general system of state power” in the USSR. Only at the end of the 1980s and beginning of the 1990s did it separate in fact from the state. But very rapidly, the ROC MP returned to being what it had been, an arm of the state.

That origin and that return, Belkovsky says, has played “a bad joke” on the ROC MP: its subordination to the Kremlin in all things including in particular the 2014 invasion of Ukraine has led “the inevitable recognition of Ukrainian autocephaly” first by the Universal Patriarch in Constantinople and soon by Orthodox churches throughout the world.

Before 2014, few considered Ukrainian autocephaly possible, “but everything changed after 2014 precisely because the ROC MP not only did not distance itself from the Putin state but demonstrably deepened its dependence on it.” The ROC MP has no right to complain about the OCU’s ties with Kyiv given that its own with the Kremlin are far tighter.

Now, if Putin wants to replace Kirill with Tikhon as patriarch, there is nothing standing in his way; and that shows to all the world that the ROC MP has lost the right to present itself as a religious organization. It is that only for some of its hierarchs, some of its priests and some of its laity. For most of all three, it is something else, a political body.

That condemns it to lose status at home and abroad and means that when the current Russian government passes from the scene, so too will the ROC MP. It has no basis for an existence independent of the state and so will live and die with it, Belkovsky suggests.

Many commentators in Ukraine and even in Russia have adopted an even more negative line about  the ROC MP. Perhaps the most damning are those who suggest that while the OCU received its tomos from the Universal Patriarch, the ROC MP received it not from a church official but from Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin (e.g., bitvazaurozay.livejournal.com/698691.html).

Such observations will do little to keep the ROC MP alive as a church, although they may lead the Kremlin and its security services to double down on their defense of their own ideological branch. 

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The Global Security News: 1. World from Michael_Novakhov (22 sites): World: The Latest: North Korean leader’s train arrives in Beijing

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A three-car train of the type used by North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has arrived in Beijing following the announcement of four-day visit to China.

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The Global Security News: 1. World from Michael_Novakhov (22 sites): FOX News: Texas toddler’s ‘gas station kidnapping’ was staged to cover up ‘foul play,’ police say

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Police in San Antonio said Monday the alleged kidnapping of an 8-month-old boy was “a staged event” and “made up to cover up foul play.”

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Police in San Antonio said Monday the alleged kidnapping of an 8-month-old boy was “a staged event” and “made up to cover up foul play.”

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The FBI News Review: “fbi surveillance” – Google News: Jazmine’s death just as tragic without racial motive [Editorial] – Houston Chronicle

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January 07, 2019
“fbi surveillance” – Google News: Jazmine’s death just as tragic without racial motive [Editorial] – Houston Chronicle
“fbi surveillance” – Google News: Alleged Chicago Outfit soldier sentenced to 18 years in prison for robbing drug stash house – Chicago Tribune
“fbi surveillance” – Google News: More suspects arrested – guns recovered in Foley pawn shop theft – FOX10 News
“fbi criticism” – Google News: Jeff Flake Defends Kyrsten Sinema Against an Arizona Republican’s Attacks: ‘She Ran a Good Race’ – Independent Journal Review
“fbi” – Google News: FBI and Homeland Security Agents Raid Tech Campus Over Unauthorized Crypto Trading – Bitcoin News

“fbi surveillance” – Google News: Jazmine’s death just as tragic without racial motive [Editorial] – Houston Chronicle

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It was easy to believe. A 7-year-old black girl had been shot to death while riding in a car with her mother and three sisters. Witnesses described the possible assailant as a white man.
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The Global Security News: 1. Russia from Michael_Novakhov (114 sites): Voice of America: Fast Cars, Rickety Bridges as ‘The Grand Tour’ Returns

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Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May return for a third season of their thrill-seeking motor show “The Grand Tour,” with plenty of fast cars and stunning scenery they hope will take viewers’ minds off the real world.

The Amazon program follows the presenters as they test out all sorts of cars around the world, and this season sees them travel to Colombia and Mongolia.

“There’s a refugee crisis and politics going on left, right and center,” Clarkson said in an interview. “It’s quite nice to sit down to just go ‘thank God we can just park that for five minutes and watch these three fat old imbeciles falling over and catching fire’ because that’s what entertainment supposed to do, take your mind off the horrors of everyday life.”

The series launched in 2016, re-uniting the three former presenters of the BBC’s “Top Gear,” a program Clarkson was dropped from after he attacked a production staff member.

“Driving (Formula One racing driver) Jim Clark’s Lotus 25 was an amazing experience,” Hammond said when asked about the show’s highlights.

“That, plus in Colombia getting over the biggest, tallest, most rickety bridge you’ve ever seen in your life in a massive pickup truck. It was not a highlight doing it but getting off the bridge at the other side was.”

The third season of “The Grand Tour” debuts on Jan. 18 on Amazon Prime Video, the online retailer’s subscription service.

A fourth series has already been announced.

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1. Russia from Michael_Novakhov (114 sites): Voice of America: Fast Cars, Rickety Bridges as ‘The Grand Tour’ Returns

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Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May return for a third season of their thrill-seeking motor show “The Grand Tour,” with plenty of fast cars and stunning scenery they hope will take viewers’ minds off the real world.

The Amazon program follows the presenters as they test out all sorts of cars around the world, and this season sees them travel to Colombia and Mongolia.

“There’s a refugee crisis and politics going on left, right and center,” Clarkson said in an interview. “It’s quite nice to sit down to just go ‘thank God we can just park that for five minutes and watch these three fat old imbeciles falling over and catching fire’ because that’s what entertainment supposed to do, take your mind off the horrors of everyday life.”

The series launched in 2016, re-uniting the three former presenters of the BBC’s “Top Gear,” a program Clarkson was dropped from after he attacked a production staff member.

“Driving (Formula One racing driver) Jim Clark’s Lotus 25 was an amazing experience,” Hammond said when asked about the show’s highlights.

“That, plus in Colombia getting over the biggest, tallest, most rickety bridge you’ve ever seen in your life in a massive pickup truck. It was not a highlight doing it but getting off the bridge at the other side was.”

The third season of “The Grand Tour” debuts on Jan. 18 on Amazon Prime Video, the online retailer’s subscription service.

A fourth series has already been announced.

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The Global Security News: 1. World from Michael_Novakhov (22 sites): FOX News: Pelosi, Schumer say Democrats should get ‘equal airtime’ after Trump address

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Democratic leaders on Monday night called for equal airtime in response to President Donald Trump’s primetime address to the nation on southern border security Tuesday night.

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Democratic leaders on Monday night called for equal airtime in response to President Donald Trump’s primetime address to the nation on southern border security Tuesday night.

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