Nimrata Randhawa Tells UN That Putin Will Use Chemical Weapons in New York as Teresa May Expels Russian Diplomats

The crisis is growing. The war of words is escalating.

Russia vows to retaliate against Britain over it’s claims that the Russian government was the perpetrator of an attempted assassination on British soil.

Meanwhile, big mouth Nikki Haley, America’s UN Ambassador, fanned the flames of hostility toward a nuclear power by mouthing off about chemical weapons. She was referring to Novichok, the nerve agent alleged to be of Russian origin that was used to poison Sergei Skripal and his daughter.

New York Post

United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley on Wednesday called on the UN Security Council to take action against Moscow for poisoning a former Russian spy in England, saying it is “a defining moment.”

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Trump Chilly Toward Britain’s Threats to Punish Russia Over Poisoning of Former Double Agent and Daughter


Add the word Novichok to your vocabulary. It’s allegedly a Russian poison that was used to attempt to murder Russian president Vladimir Putin’s enemy, former double agent Sergei Skripal, in Britain.

Everyone who is fully awake realizes that Putin has nothing to gain and much to lose by poisoning enemies of Russia currently residing in Britain.

The poisonings are surely the work of some intel agency, most likely the CIA or Israel’s Mossad, or a combination of both.

President Trump has refused to support British PM Teresa May’s decision to declare economic war on Russia. May had given President Putin 24 hours to respond to her accusations that Russia was behing the poisonings. As Zerohedge reports, Putin’s defiant response: One doesn’t give 24 hours notice to a nuclear power.

The following excerpt is from a far left source, so ignore all the insults toward Trump and the distortions of reality that paint Trump in a negative way.

Vanity Fair

The correct White House response to the poisoning of an ex-Russian agent and his daughter, in Britain last week, would have been for Donald Trump to have delivered a televised address, shortly after that of British Prime Minister Theresa May. May is an unremarkable politician, meaning that she adheres to the traditions and mores of ordinary presidents and prime ministers. So on Monday, when she said, in front of Parliament, that it was “highly likely” the Kremlin was behind the assassination attempt, it was, in fact, highly likely. Unremarkable politicians are cautious and plodding and aware that their words, more than those of non-presidents and non-prime ministers, reverberate around the globe. The American president, signaling to the rest of the world (and especially Vladimir Putin) that the United States is a reliable ally, would have said in a televised address that America stands ready to support Britain in any way possible. He would have reiterated May’s demand that Moscow explain itself. The president might have added that the United States viewed a Russian attack in a NATO member country as particularly alarming and intimated that Washington and London would soon respond jointly. The overriding message would have been two-pronged and unmistakable: the United States and Britain are allies, and there will be consequences. This is how one bolsters relationships and deters future attacks.

Leftists are fully on board with the idea that Russia is the world’s great mischief maker when in reality false flags, lies, distortions, and manufactured fake news are the norm, meaning that Russia stands beinf falsely accused of much nonsense.

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Putin’s New Invincible Nuclear Weapons Makes American/NATO Defenses Obsolete: Western Warmongers Emboldened!

It was obvious that the fake news American media would portray Russia as a dangerous and irresponsible foe of civilization after Vlad showed a four minute video of new Russian weapons during his state of the union speech two days ago.

President Trump was already a cheerleader for more military spending. A new arms race may be in the making unless Trump surprises the world and makes peace with Putin.

This post has two components. First, a brief rundown on the new Russian weapons (seen in the video above), followed by an analysis of how American (((neocon))) warmongers might react to this news.

Excerpt from Time

Russian President Vladimir Putin unveiled his nation’s next generation of nuclear weapons, each engineered to slip behind America’s vast network of early warning and defense systems.

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Report: American Air Strikes Kill 100 Russians in Syria, Destroy Russian Tank

The alt-right elected President Donald Trump to pursue peace, rather than continue the practice of fighting Israel’s wars for her.

He’s failed miserably. It may have something to do with surrounding yourself with Jews.

Vladimir Putin appears not to be ready to go to war (the nuclear war to end all wars) with the United States no matter the provocation.

Excerpt from Bloomburg

U.S. forces killed scores of Russian mercenaries in Syria last week in what may be the deadliest clash between citizens of the former foes since the Cold War, according to one U.S. official and three Russians familiar with the matter.

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McCain slams Trump over siding with Putin on Russia meddling

Historically, this site has been pro-Putin. Today, Donald Trump jumped on the Saboteur Train and expressed his belief that Putin told the truth in denying that Russia hacked the 2016 election.

Trump thus split again with the (((Deep State.)))

This is an extraordinary development that promises a period of detente if Trump is able to hold firm.

Straight out of the box, though, came traitor sell out John McCain blasting Trump. Is this POS ever going to die???!!!


Sen. John McCain slammed President Donald Trump on Saturday for saying he believes Russian President Vladimir Putin over senior US intelligence officials when he says his country didn’t interfere in the 2016 election.

“President Trump today stated that he believed Vladimir Putin is being sincere when he denies Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election and reiterated that he hopes to cooperate with Russia in Syria,” McCain, a strong critic of the President, said in a statement. “There’s nothing ‘America First’ about taking the word of a KGB colonel over that of the American intelligence community. There’s no ‘principled realism’ in cooperating with Russia to prop up the murderous Assad regime, which remains the greatest obstacle to a political solution that would bring an end to the bloodshed in Syria. Vladimir Putin does not have America’s interests at heart. To believe otherwise is not only naive but also places our national security at risk.”

McCain was referencing remarks Trump made while describing his relationship with Putin and the ongoing investigations into 2016 meddling on Saturday. The president seemed to indicate to reporters aboard Air Force One on Saturday that he trusts Putin’s denials more than the comments of former intelligence officials, like former high-ranking intelligence officials James Comey, John Brennan and James Clapper.

“I mean, give me a break, they are political hacks,” Trump said. “So you look at it, I mean, you have Brennan, you have Clapper and you have Comey. Comey is proven now to be a liar and he is proven now to be a leaker. So you look at that and you have President Putin very strongly, vehemently says he had nothing to do with them.”


Trump told reporters as he flew from Da Nang to Hanoi in Vietnam that he’s done confronting Putin over the issue and took him at his word that Russia did not seek to interfere in the election.

“He said he didn’t meddle. He said he didn’t meddle. I asked him again. You can only ask so many times,” Trump said.

Trump spoke to Putin three times on the sidelines of summit when the Russia meddling issue arose.

“Every time he sees me, he says, ‘I didn’t do that,'” Trump said. “And I believe, I really believe, that when he tells me that, he means it.”

“I think he is very insulted by it,” Trump added.

McCain also criticized Trump’s performance earlier Saturday, calling it “sad” — a favorite word of Trump’s on Twitter — that the President didn’t address human rights during a stop in Vietnam.

“.@POTUS in #Danang & no mention of human rights – Sad,” McCain tweeted.

Trump defended his decision on the plane with reporters, saying he is addressing human rights but also “many other things.”

“Well, I do do it. But I also raise issues on many other things,” he said. “I mean I have an obligation — we lost last year with China, depending on the way you do your numbers, because you can do them a number of ways, anywhere from $350 to $504 billion. That’s with one country.”

McCain has stepped up his criticism of Trump in recent weeks. Last month, he warned against “half-baked, spurious nationalism” while accepting the Liberty Medal from former Vice President Joe Biden.

The Vietnam veteran, who was tortured during his more than five years as a prisoner of war, also appeared to mock Trump’s draft deferments when he criticized people from “the highest income level” who avoided the draft by finding a doctor who “would say that they had a bone spur.” He later said the comment was not specifically about Trump.

Blessed be the peacemakers. Lord, grant Donald Trump the strength to hold fast to his convictions. And grant Vladimir Putin the patience to continue the remarkable restraint he has exhibited during the last few years. Bless these two great leaders in their quest for peace.

Pat Buchanan: The Plot to Bring Down Trump

Pat Buchanan has published a 572 word article about the discredited so-called Russian Dossier that sought to destroy the Trump candidacy.

I’ll summarize the implication that Pat discreetly leaves out: Investigate former FBI Director Comey, the Clinton campaign, and the DNC. The arrest them and put them on trial.

World Net Daily

Well over a year after the FBI began investigating “collusion” between the Trump campaign and Vladimir Putin, Special Counsel Robert Mueller has brought in his first major indictment.

Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort has been charged with a series of crimes dating back years, though none is tied directly to President Donald Trump or 2016.

With a leak to CNN that indictments were coming, Mueller’s office stole the weekend headlines. This blanketed the explosive news on a separate front, as the dots began to be connected on a bipartisan plot to bring down Trump that began two years ago.

And like “Murder of the Orient Express,” it seems almost everyone on the train had a hand in the plot.

The narrative begins in October 2015.

Then it was that the Washington Free Beacon, a neocon website, engaged a firm of researchers called Fusion GPS to do deep dirt-diving into Trump’s personal and professional life – and take him out.

A spinoff of Bill Kristol’s The Weekly Standard, the Beacon is run by his son-in-law. And its Daddy Warbucks is the GOP oligarch and hedge-fund billionaire Paul Singer.

From October 2015 to May 2016, Fusion GPS dug up dirt for the neocons and never-Trumpers. By May, however, Trump had routed all rivals and was the certain Republican nominee.

So the Beacon bailed, and Fusion GPS found two new cash cows to finance its dirt-diving – the DNC and the Clinton campaign.

To keep the sordid business at arm’s length, both engaged the party’s law firm of Perkins Coie. Paid $12.4 million by the DNC and Clinton campaign, Perkins used part of this cash hoard to pay Fusion GPS.

Here is where it begins to get interesting.

In June 2016, Fusion GPS engaged a British spy, Christopher Steele, who had headed up the Russia desk at MI6, to ferret out any connections between Trump and Russia.

Steele began contacting old acquaintances in the FSB, the Russian intelligence service. And the Russians began to feed him astonishing dirt on Trump that could, if substantiated, kill his candidacy.

Among the allegations was that Trump had consorted with prostitutes at a Moscow hotel, that the Kremlin was blackmailing him, that there was provable collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia.

In memos from June to October 2016, Steele passed this on to Fusion GPS, which passed it on to major U.S. newspapers. But as the press was unable to verify it, they declined to publish it.

Steele’s final product, a 35-page dossier, has been described as full of “unsubstantiated and salacious allegations.”

Steele’s research, however, had also made its way to James Comey’s FBI, which was apparently so taken with it that the bureau considered paying Steele to continue his work.

About this “astonishing” development, columnist Byron York of the Washington Examiner quotes Sen. Chuck Grassley:

“The idea that the FBI and associates of the Clinton campaign would pay Mr. Steele to investigate the Republican nominee for president in the run-up to the election raises … questions about the FBI’s independence from politics, as well as the Obama administration’s use of law enforcement and intelligence agencies for political ends.”

The questions begin to pile up.

What was the FBI’s relationship with the British spy who was so wired into Russian intelligence?

Did the FBI use the information Steele dug up to expand its own investigation of Russia-Trump “collusion”? Did the FBI pass what Steele unearthed to the White House and the National Security Council?

The Hill reports that the Clinton camp’s crime was failing to disclose that money was spent on paying for the Russian dossier.

The Clinton campaign and the DNC did not comply with their legal obligation to disclose their payments to Fusion for opposition research. Instead, they concealed the fact that any payments were made to Fusion at all. Rather than disclosing the spending, the campaign and the DNC told the FEC the money had gone to their law firm, and the Clinton campaign said that it had made the payments for “legal services.”

Lock her up.

Bombshell FBI Report: Crooked Hillary’s Uranium Deal with Russia Netted Clintons Millions

Lock her up.

The mainstream media pulled out all stops on Tuesday to make this story go away.

New York Post

It turns out the Obama administration knew the Russians were engaged in bribery, kickbacks and extortion in order to gain control of US atomic resources — yet still OK’d that 2010 deal to give Moscow control of one-fifth of America’s uranium. This reeks.

Peter Schweizer got onto part of the scandal in his 2015 book, “Clinton Cash”: the gifts of $145 million to the Clinton Foundation, and the $500,000 fee to Bill for a single speech, by individuals involved in a deal that required Hillary Clinton’s approval.

The New York Times confirmed and followed up on Schweizer’s reporting — all of it denounced by Hillary as a partisan hit job.

But now The Hill reports that the FBI in 2009 had collected substantial evidence — eyewitnesses backed by documents — of money-laundering, blackmail and bribery by Russian nuclear officials, all aimed at growing “Vladimir Putin’s atomic-energy business inside the United States” in violation of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.

The bureau even flagged the routing of millions from Russian nuclear officials to cutouts and on to Clinton, Inc.

Hillary Clinton, again, sat on a key government body that had to approve the deal — though she now claims she had no role in a deal with profound national-security implications, and during the campaign called the payments a coincidence.

The Obama administration — anxious to “reset” US-Russian relations — kept it all under wraps, refusing to tell even top congressional intelligence figures.

And when the Obamaites in 2014 filed low-level criminal charges against a single individual over what the FBI found, they did so with little public fanfare.

“The Russians were compromising American contractors in the nuclear industry with kickbacks and extortion threats, all of which raised legitimate national-security concerns,” one veteran of the case told The Hill.

Yet the administration let Moscow move ahead — publicly insisting that there were no national-security worries — and no evidence of Russian interference, despite many lawmakers’ concern at the time.

There’s more: Until September 2013, the FBI director was Robert Mueller — who’s now the special counsel probing Russian meddling in the 2016 election. It’s hard to see how he can be trusted in that job unless he explains what he knew about this Obama-era coverup.

The Hill offers the full, detailed story, explaining why Hillary reeks of corruption.

One more thing. You might have seen the news that Hillary Clinton broke her toe and cancelled her interviews.

Did she really?

There were hints that something big was breaking on Tuesday. Could she be faking a broken toe in order to give herself an excuse for hiding out from the questions that would be forthcoming about her collusion with the (((Russian mafia?)))

Sean Hannity made this story his lead Tuesday night:

“Uranium One will be one of the biggest scandals this country has ever seen,” he said.

“Hillary Clinton and her husband sold out America to the Russians as [money] flowed to the Clinton Foundation,” he added.

He said that, for the “liberal ideologues” who are “screaming Russia” and looking for collusion, “we’ve got it for them.”

Hannity said Congress and special counsel Robert Mueller should “stop wasting time” with Trump and turn their attention to the Uranium One deal.