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Trump, Putin, Austrian Neo-Nazis, and the Anti-Austrian Sentiment described earlier in the so called Hapsburg Group Affair – 1:18 PM 5/18/2019


M.N.: This is one more indication of the Anti-Austrian Sentiment described earlier as the pathognomonic (highly suggestive, indicative, and specific) diagnostic sign of the US Elections 2016 as the New Abwehr Operation in the so called Hapsburg Group Affair, as the object of Manafort‘s manipulations. 


It is highly suggestive of this origin in the political personas and personalities of the players, first of all, Heinz-Christian Strache, the leader of the right-wing populist Freedom Party of Austria (FPÖ), in the nature of this affair, and in the way it was planned, executed, and revealed in the press. 


Two lines of the narrative transpired so far:
The Scandal of the videotaped conversation, and
The Nexus between Trump, Putin, And the Austrian Neo-Nazis


The third underlying but hidden, the emotional line and the subtext of the narrative is the expression of the condescending Anti-Austrian Sentiment as Anti-Viennese, Anti-Austrian Nazi, Anti-Austrian Social Democracy, and Anti-Hitler. 


In my humble opinion, this piece of information lends further support to the New Abwehr Hypothesis of The Operation Trump and to the New Abwehr Hypothesis of the major and minor geopolitical crises after the WW2


It also appears to support the thesis that the New Abwehr serves specifically the German, and not any other (not even the Austrian) Social Democratic Parties, as their tool these days. 


Thanks to Seth Hettena @seth_hettena for sharing the link to article on videotaping


Michael Novakhov


5.18.19


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Washington Monthly | The Disturbing Connections Between Trump, Putin, and Austrian Neo-Nazis

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Heinz-Christian StracheFranz Johann Morgenbesser/Flickr
Donald Trump hadn’t even been inaugurated on December 20, 2016 when I wrote “Trump, Austrian Neo-Nazis, and Putin,” but I had already detected a troubling nexus between the three. Here is how I began that piece:
In the process of pointing out that their flirtations with John Birchers and other general “rightwing nutballish” behaviors are quickly turning the Trump administration “into the grease trap of American political history,” Charles Pierce stops to notice that incoming National Security Adviser Michael Flynn is still in league with the Russkies. To wit, the lunatic far-right Austrian Freedom Party leader Heinz-Christian Strache traveled to New York in November to meet with Flynn. The Freedom Party presidential nominee, Norbert Hofer, just came within a whisper of winning an revanchist Anschlussian political victory in the early December election. He had hoped to do better, saying just prior to the vote that he was drawing “encouragement from Donald Trump’s presidential victory in the United States.”
The November meeting in Trump Tower between Michael Flynn and Austrian neo-Nazis wasn’t the reason I wrote the post, though. I was responding to an article in Foreign Policy that reported:
Heinz-Christian Strache, Freedom Party leader, and Norbert Hofer, the candidate who narrowly lost Austria’s presidential election earlier this month, signed a “working agreement” on Monday with Russian President Vladimir Putin’s United Russia Party, according to a statement from the Freedom Party.
Charles Pierce responded: “At the risk of being called a neo-McCarthyite, may I point out that this smacks an awful lot of the incoming administration’s involvement in a worldwide right-wing movement at the center of which is our good friend Vladimir Putin.”
Here was my reaction to Pierce:
Of course, this is impossible because liberals who lived through the Cold War keep telling me that all this Russia-bashing is just so much Dulles Brothers flimflam designed to distract the plebes from their rightful destiny at the head of the dictatorship of the proletariat. To bash Russia is to bash the left here at home in order to crush the left everywhere from Ho Chi Minh City to Buenos Aires.
It therefore cannot be that our president is in the thrall, if not the control, of a “worldwide right-wing movement” to restore the purity of essence to the European bloodstream and bring Christianity back to its former central and crusading glory.
Or, in other words, you need to check that “grease trap of American political history” carefully, because a few of the roles have been reversed.
I revisit this all today because Heinz-Christian Strache has just found himself in a pickle. He apparently took the “working agreement” with Vladimir Putin a few steps too far, and he did it on six-hour video tape recorded in July 2017. In truth, he was set up—by whom it is still not clear. People posing as highly-connected Russians discussed various corrupt schemes that involved trading favorable contracts for assistance in helping Strache’s political party in the upcoming elections. There was also this:
The supposed investor already had a plan: She proposed acquiring a 50-percent stake in the Kronen Zeitung, a highly influential Austrian tabloid, and to use the newspaper as a mouthpiece backing Strache and his FPÖ party in the election campaign. Strache, dressed casually in a slightly ratty T-shirt and jeans, seemed enthusiastic – mostly about the proposal, but also about the woman herself. “Are you kidding? She’s hot,” he said, with a Viennese lilt.
Strache, who is currently Austria’s vice chancellor and the head of the Freedom Party, took the bait and failed to notify the authorities that Russians were attempting to bribe him.
I don’t know who set this trap or why they waited almost two years to expose Strache, but the episode provides one more example of how neo-Nazis believe that the Russians are their allies and seek to work with them to further their political ambitions. As I pointed out in my November 2017 “A #TrumpRussia Confession in Plain Sight” piece, there’s plenty of evidence that something similar happened between the Trump campaign and Russia. That is why we need to see Robert Mueller’s counterintelligence report.
We already know that Trump used the National Enquirer to help him cover up his affairs and promote his candidacy. We know that Michael Flynn is currently awaiting sentencing after exposing attempts to bribe him into silence. Now we know that Heinz-Christian Strache is not only a nexus between Trump and Putin, but corrupt to the core. We’ve seen the white nationalist strains of Trumpism and the president’s strange affinity for Putin.
And yet somehow the president says he’s been exonerated.

New DOJ Investigation Has Haunted FBI for Months

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John Durham, the prosecutor tapped by Attorney General William Barr to investigate how Trump-Russia allegations emerged and spread within federal law enforcement, has already been looking into whether the FBI’s former top lawyer, James Baker, illegally leaked to reporters.
In fact, the U.S. attorney from Connecticut appears to have begun that work more than seven months ago, to judge from an underreported transcript of an October congressional interview with Baker. The Baker interview, at which Durham was not present, suggests that the prosecutor nevertheless has some people very worried.
Baker testified about the Trump-Russia affair on Oct. 3 before the House Judiciary Committee and the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform.
In that session, the former FBI general counsel admitted that versions and variations of Christopher Steele’s dossier were being turned in to the bureau from the strangest of places. Baker said he had even heard about it from David Corn, Washington bureau chief of left-leaning Mother Jones, who wrote one of the first pieces on the dossier, in October 2016. But in one of those company-town connections that happen frequently in Washington, Baker said he was not just a contact or source for Corn; they were also old pals.
“Tell me about your relationship with David Corn,” said Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan.
“David is a friend of mine,” Baker said. 
“Tell me about that. A close friend? Long-time friend?”
“Long-time friend.”
Jordan asked, “When did you first meet Mr. Corn?” 
“I don’t specifically remember,” Baker testified. “A long time ago, though.”
“Years ago? “
“Years and years and years ago, yeah,” Baker allowed. “Our kids carpooled together. We carpooled with them when our kids were little.”
So one of the most divisive scandals in Washington history was facilitated by an unexpected friendship, an odd couple brought together by a shared interest in getting their kids dropped off at school.
The congressman from Ohio wanted to know more about the Baker-Corn relationship: “Prior to the election of – Presidential election of 2016,” Jordan asked, “how many times did you talk with David Corn in the weeks and months prior to election day?”
“I don’t remember,” Baker said, providing an answer that suggests it was more than a few.
“Is it fair to say you did” talk with Corn, Jordan asked?
“Yes, I did, but I just don’t remember how many [times].”
“So did you talk to Mr. Corn about anything that the FBI was working on,” Jordan asked, “specifically the now infamous Steele dossier?”
Suddenly, Baker’s lawyer, Dan Levin, jumped in: “One second,” he said before he and his client had a conversation off the record. 
When the microphones were back on, Levin declared he would “not let [Baker] answer these questions right now. You may or may not know, he’s been the subject of a leak investigation which is still – a criminal leak investigation that’s still active at the Justice Department.” And so Levin concluded, “I’m sorry. I’m cutting off any discussion about conversations with reporters.”
North Carolina Rep. Mark Meadows wanted to make clear what Baker’s lawyer was claiming: “You’re saying he’s under criminal investigation? That’s why you’re not letting him answer?”
“Yes.”
Levin and the lawmakers sparred a bit over whether Baker was invoking his Fifth Amendment rights, and the congressmen finally got around to asking who was leading this criminal probe:
“There is an ongoing investigation by whom?” Jordan said.
“The Justice Department,” Levin responded. 
 “I mean, is the inspector general looking at this or is this—”
 “No,” said Levin, “it’s Mr. John Durham, a prosecutor.”
The specter of Durham haunts the rest of the interview. Baker can’t talk about what he told his old friend David Corn in their conversations about the dossier because it would put Baker in legal jeopardy.
Time and again, when Baker was asked questions about reporters – even hypothetical questions about FBI policy regarding contacts with the press, Levin said, “I’m not going to allow him to answer that question” or “I am not going let him answer any questions about leaks.” 
“I don’t want him talking about conversations he’s had with reporters because I don’t know what the questions are and I don’t know what the answers are right now,” Levin said. “Given that there is an ongoing investigation of him for leaks which the Department has not closed, I’m not comfortable letting him answer questions.” Durham’s inquiry was serious enough to limit significantly what Baker was willing to talk about with lawmakers.
That Baker’s lawyer advised him not to talk about leaks is, of course, not proof that Baker leaked. “Baker’s lawyer was obviously being prudent and saying his client could not talk about anything related to any leaks of any kind,” David Corn tells RealClearInvestigations. Corn emphasizes that the “Durham inquiry did not involve Russia or the Steele memos; it had nothing to do with me or my limited interaction with Baker.”
And one former federal official who said he has been interviewed by Durham in connection with the Baker probe, Robert Litt, has written that the inquiry has nothing to do with the Steele dossier.
Contacted by RealClearInvestigations, Levin said, “Mr. Baker did not make an unauthorized disclosure of classified information and we are confident the investigation will conclude that.”
This article originally appeared at RealClearInvestigations.
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Trump, Putin, Austrian Neo-Nazis, and the Anti-Austrian Sentiment described earlier in the so called Hapsburg Group Affair – 1:18 PM 5/18/2019


M.N.: This is one more indication of the Anti-Austrian Sentiment described earlier as the pathognomonic (highly suggestive, indicative, and specific) diagnostic sign of the US Elections 2016 as the New Abwehr Operation in the so called Hapsburg Group Affair, as the object of Manafort‘s manipulations. 


It is highly suggestive of this origin in the political personas and personalities of the players, first of all, Heinz-Christian Strache, the leader of the right-wing populist Freedom Party of Austria (FPÖ), in the nature of this affair, and in the way it was planned, executed, and revealed in the press. 


Two lines of the narrative transpired so far:
The Scandal of the videotaped conversation, and
The Nexus between Trump, Putin, And the Austrian Neo-Nazis


The third underlying but hidden, the emotional line and the subtext of the narrative is the expression of the condescending Anti-Austrian Sentiment as Anti-Viennese, Anti-Austrian Nazi, Anti-Austrian Social Democracy, and Anti-Hitler. 


In my humble opinion, this piece of information lends further support to the New Abwehr Hypothesis of The Operation Trump and to the New Abwehr Hypothesis of the major and minor geopolitical crises after the WW2


It also appears to support the thesis that the New Abwehr serves specifically the German, and not any other (not even the Austrian) Social Democratic Parties, as their tool these days. 


Thanks to Seth Hettena @seth_hettena for sharing the link to article on videotaping


Michael Novakhov


5.18.19


_____________________________________



Washington Monthly | The Disturbing Connections Between Trump, Putin, and Austrian Neo-Nazis

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Heinz-Christian StracheFranz Johann Morgenbesser/Flickr
Donald Trump hadn’t even been inaugurated on December 20, 2016 when I wrote “Trump, Austrian Neo-Nazis, and Putin,” but I had already detected a troubling nexus between the three. Here is how I began that piece:
In the process of pointing out that their flirtations with John Birchers and other general “rightwing nutballish” behaviors are quickly turning the Trump administration “into the grease trap of American political history,” Charles Pierce stops to notice that incoming National Security Adviser Michael Flynn is still in league with the Russkies. To wit, the lunatic far-right Austrian Freedom Party leader Heinz-Christian Strache traveled to New York in November to meet with Flynn. The Freedom Party presidential nominee, Norbert Hofer, just came within a whisper of winning an revanchist Anschlussian political victory in the early December election. He had hoped to do better, saying just prior to the vote that he was drawing “encouragement from Donald Trump’s presidential victory in the United States.”
The November meeting in Trump Tower between Michael Flynn and Austrian neo-Nazis wasn’t the reason I wrote the post, though. I was responding to an article in Foreign Policy that reported:
Heinz-Christian Strache, Freedom Party leader, and Norbert Hofer, the candidate who narrowly lost Austria’s presidential election earlier this month, signed a “working agreement” on Monday with Russian President Vladimir Putin’s United Russia Party, according to a statement from the Freedom Party.
Charles Pierce responded: “At the risk of being called a neo-McCarthyite, may I point out that this smacks an awful lot of the incoming administration’s involvement in a worldwide right-wing movement at the center of which is our good friend Vladimir Putin.”
Here was my reaction to Pierce:
Of course, this is impossible because liberals who lived through the Cold War keep telling me that all this Russia-bashing is just so much Dulles Brothers flimflam designed to distract the plebes from their rightful destiny at the head of the dictatorship of the proletariat. To bash Russia is to bash the left here at home in order to crush the left everywhere from Ho Chi Minh City to Buenos Aires.
It therefore cannot be that our president is in the thrall, if not the control, of a “worldwide right-wing movement” to restore the purity of essence to the European bloodstream and bring Christianity back to its former central and crusading glory.
Or, in other words, you need to check that “grease trap of American political history” carefully, because a few of the roles have been reversed.
I revisit this all today because Heinz-Christian Strache has just found himself in a pickle. He apparently took the “working agreement” with Vladimir Putin a few steps too far, and he did it on six-hour video tape recorded in July 2017. In truth, he was set up—by whom it is still not clear. People posing as highly-connected Russians discussed various corrupt schemes that involved trading favorable contracts for assistance in helping Strache’s political party in the upcoming elections. There was also this:
The supposed investor already had a plan: She proposed acquiring a 50-percent stake in the Kronen Zeitung, a highly influential Austrian tabloid, and to use the newspaper as a mouthpiece backing Strache and his FPÖ party in the election campaign. Strache, dressed casually in a slightly ratty T-shirt and jeans, seemed enthusiastic – mostly about the proposal, but also about the woman herself. “Are you kidding? She’s hot,” he said, with a Viennese lilt.
Strache, who is currently Austria’s vice chancellor and the head of the Freedom Party, took the bait and failed to notify the authorities that Russians were attempting to bribe him.
I don’t know who set this trap or why they waited almost two years to expose Strache, but the episode provides one more example of how neo-Nazis believe that the Russians are their allies and seek to work with them to further their political ambitions. As I pointed out in my November 2017 “A #TrumpRussia Confession in Plain Sight” piece, there’s plenty of evidence that something similar happened between the Trump campaign and Russia. That is why we need to see Robert Mueller’s counterintelligence report.
We already know that Trump used the National Enquirer to help him cover up his affairs and promote his candidacy. We know that Michael Flynn is currently awaiting sentencing after exposing attempts to bribe him into silence. Now we know that Heinz-Christian Strache is not only a nexus between Trump and Putin, but corrupt to the core. We’ve seen the white nationalist strains of Trumpism and the president’s strange affinity for Putin.
And yet somehow the president says he’s been exonerated.

New DOJ Investigation Has Haunted FBI for Months

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John Durham, the prosecutor tapped by Attorney General William Barr to investigate how Trump-Russia allegations emerged and spread within federal law enforcement, has already been looking into whether the FBI’s former top lawyer, James Baker, illegally leaked to reporters.
In fact, the U.S. attorney from Connecticut appears to have begun that work more than seven months ago, to judge from an underreported transcript of an October congressional interview with Baker. The Baker interview, at which Durham was not present, suggests that the prosecutor nevertheless has some people very worried.
Baker testified about the Trump-Russia affair on Oct. 3 before the House Judiciary Committee and the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform.
In that session, the former FBI general counsel admitted that versions and variations of Christopher Steele’s dossier were being turned in to the bureau from the strangest of places. Baker said he had even heard about it from David Corn, Washington bureau chief of left-leaning Mother Jones, who wrote one of the first pieces on the dossier, in October 2016. But in one of those company-town connections that happen frequently in Washington, Baker said he was not just a contact or source for Corn; they were also old pals.
“Tell me about your relationship with David Corn,” said Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan.
“David is a friend of mine,” Baker said. 
“Tell me about that. A close friend? Long-time friend?”
“Long-time friend.”
Jordan asked, “When did you first meet Mr. Corn?” 
“I don’t specifically remember,” Baker testified. “A long time ago, though.”
“Years ago? “
“Years and years and years ago, yeah,” Baker allowed. “Our kids carpooled together. We carpooled with them when our kids were little.”
So one of the most divisive scandals in Washington history was facilitated by an unexpected friendship, an odd couple brought together by a shared interest in getting their kids dropped off at school.
The congressman from Ohio wanted to know more about the Baker-Corn relationship: “Prior to the election of – Presidential election of 2016,” Jordan asked, “how many times did you talk with David Corn in the weeks and months prior to election day?”
“I don’t remember,” Baker said, providing an answer that suggests it was more than a few.
“Is it fair to say you did” talk with Corn, Jordan asked?
“Yes, I did, but I just don’t remember how many [times].”
“So did you talk to Mr. Corn about anything that the FBI was working on,” Jordan asked, “specifically the now infamous Steele dossier?”
Suddenly, Baker’s lawyer, Dan Levin, jumped in: “One second,” he said before he and his client had a conversation off the record. 
When the microphones were back on, Levin declared he would “not let [Baker] answer these questions right now. You may or may not know, he’s been the subject of a leak investigation which is still – a criminal leak investigation that’s still active at the Justice Department.” And so Levin concluded, “I’m sorry. I’m cutting off any discussion about conversations with reporters.”
North Carolina Rep. Mark Meadows wanted to make clear what Baker’s lawyer was claiming: “You’re saying he’s under criminal investigation? That’s why you’re not letting him answer?”
“Yes.”
Levin and the lawmakers sparred a bit over whether Baker was invoking his Fifth Amendment rights, and the congressmen finally got around to asking who was leading this criminal probe:
“There is an ongoing investigation by whom?” Jordan said.
“The Justice Department,” Levin responded. 
 “I mean, is the inspector general looking at this or is this—”
 “No,” said Levin, “it’s Mr. John Durham, a prosecutor.”
The specter of Durham haunts the rest of the interview. Baker can’t talk about what he told his old friend David Corn in their conversations about the dossier because it would put Baker in legal jeopardy.
Time and again, when Baker was asked questions about reporters – even hypothetical questions about FBI policy regarding contacts with the press, Levin said, “I’m not going to allow him to answer that question” or “I am not going let him answer any questions about leaks.” 
“I don’t want him talking about conversations he’s had with reporters because I don’t know what the questions are and I don’t know what the answers are right now,” Levin said. “Given that there is an ongoing investigation of him for leaks which the Department has not closed, I’m not comfortable letting him answer questions.” Durham’s inquiry was serious enough to limit significantly what Baker was willing to talk about with lawmakers.
That Baker’s lawyer advised him not to talk about leaks is, of course, not proof that Baker leaked. “Baker’s lawyer was obviously being prudent and saying his client could not talk about anything related to any leaks of any kind,” David Corn tells RealClearInvestigations. Corn emphasizes that the “Durham inquiry did not involve Russia or the Steele memos; it had nothing to do with me or my limited interaction with Baker.”
And one former federal official who said he has been interviewed by Durham in connection with the Baker probe, Robert Litt, has written that the inquiry has nothing to do with the Steele dossier.
Contacted by RealClearInvestigations, Levin said, “Mr. Baker did not make an unauthorized disclosure of classified information and we are confident the investigation will conclude that.”
This article originally appeared at RealClearInvestigations.
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Donald Trump hadn’t even been inaugurated on December 20, 2016 when I wrote “TrumpAustrianNeo-Nazis, and Putin,” but I had already …
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Heinz-Christian Strache resigns as vice-chancellor of Austria

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Heinz-Christian Strache has resigned as vice-chancellor of Austria after German newspapers published allegations that he had offered …
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Trump’s twinship with Orbán shows ‘illiberal democracy’ has a home in …

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Nothing for Trump can equal the strategic value of Russia’s assistance … Mária Schmidt, praising Miklós Horthy, who backed the Nazis from the …
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The Rise of the Far Right Is a Global Security Threat

New York MagazineMay 9, 2019
When Austrian chancellor Sebastian Kurz was elected in 2017 on an … Vladimir Putin and has a cooperation agreement with his United Russia party. Kurz … disavowing or at least soft-pedaling its Nazi origins and casting itself as an … Just like in Austria, it seems the Trump administration is refusing to treat …
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James Kirchick Trump should be isolating Hungarian autocrat Viktor …

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On Monday, Trump hosts Orban at the White House. … opportunities for powers such as Russia and China to divide the West from within. … Heinz-Christian Strache, a former neo-Nazi and leader of Austria’s Freedom Party, …
Trump should be isolating Viktor Orbán, not feting him at the White …
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How an Anti-totalitarian Militant Discovered Ultranationalism

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Isn’t he also the one who, in March 1944, when the Nazis were invading … the Hungary that saw 180,000 of its own welcomed in Austria after the …. I think of what is rumored in Budapest about Orbán’s business ties with Putin and the Kremlin. …. 10 The TrumpPutin Relationship, as Dictated by the Kremlin.
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Global Security Newsletter // May 18

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The Trump Investigations Report – Review Of News And Opinions: “Conspiracy Against US” – Google News: Britney Spears’ conservatorship conspiracy theories shine a light on a complicated system – NBC News

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Britney Spears’ conservatorship conspiracy theories shine a light on a complicated system  NBC News

Britney Spears’ guardianship conspiracy theories shine a spotlight on a complicated system. Here’s what #FreeBritney gets right — and wrong.

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Trump Investigations from Michael_Novakhov (85 sites): 1. Trump from Michael_Novakhov (197 sites): “russia helping trump” – Google News: Austria Appears Headed for Snap Election After Vice Chancellor Resigns Over Video Sting – The New York Times

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Austria Appears Headed for Snap Election After Vice Chancellor Resigns Over Video Sting  The New York Times

BERLIN — Austria appeared on Saturday to be headed for snap elections after the country’s far-right vice chancellor resigned over a secretly filmed video that …

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Canada, Mexico No Longer Pose National Security Threats to the US – Mother Jones  Mother Jones

We have finally admitted that Canada and Mexico do not represent national security threats: The United States agreed Friday to lift its tariffs on industrial metals …

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Trump Investigations from Michael_Novakhov (85 sites): 1. Trump from Michael_Novakhov (197 sites): “organized crime and terrorism” – Google News: Terror threat re-surfacing in IGAD region – Official – Journalducameroun.com – English

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Terror threat re-surfacing in IGAD region – Official  Journalducameroun.com – English

Published on 18.05.2019 at 17h21 by APA News. Share. A transnational security threat from terrorism has been re-emerging in the Inter-Governmental Authority …

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