The Russia Collusion Suspect Nobody’s Talking About: CrowdStrike’s Dmitri Alperovitch

March 2, 2018 by · Leave a Comment 

Dmitri Alperovitch has played a key role in diverting attention from Hillary Clinton’s documented unethical, illegal, and treasonous activities with Putin to allegations of ties between Donald Trump and Putin, for which no evidence has been forthcoming. Is Alperovitch, in reality, one of Putin’s best deep-cover agents?

Before the WikiLeaks announcement in 2016 that it would be releasing thousands of e-mails from the Democratic National Committee, few Americans had heard of the cybersecurity firm CrowdStrike or Dmitri Alperovitch (shown), its Russian-Ukranian cofounder and chief technology officer. He is still far from being a household name, but he remains a central figure in the ongoing “Trump-Russia collusion” investigations by Senate and House committees and Special Counsel Robert Mueller.

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Trump’s hyper-militarism flies in the face of his ‘America First’ doctrine

January 9, 2018 by · Leave a Comment 

Despite US President Donald Trump’s proclamations that the country will be stepping back from its role of policing the world, the US global military footprint under Trump is escalating at an alarming level. On the 2016 US presidential campaign trail, then-candidate Trump promised to a return to the era of American isolationism, pledging to put “America first,” and an end to costly foreign wars.

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Will Trump Push a Real ‘America First’ Doctrine in 2018? | The National Interest Blog

January 8, 2018 by · Leave a Comment 

 

The president has the option to shake up American foreign policy for the better this year.

Coopting the president has become a cottage industry at home and abroad. Members of America’s foreign policy elite have done particularly well, complaining about President Trump even while ignoring his wishes at every turn. They are certain to continue doing so, unless he insists on taking U.S. policy in a new direction. It’s up to you, Mr. President.

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Madness abounding: The UK government’s pet Muslims attack, and it resents Trump’s noting the truth | Non-Intervention.com

September 17, 2017 by · Leave a Comment 

On 15 September 2017, Islamist fighters again attacked a London subway car. There were close to two dozen casualties, but so far there have been no deaths.

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Why Did Robert Mueller Obstruct Congress’s 9/11 Probe? – Antiwar.com Original

September 12, 2017 by · Leave a Comment 

Sixteen years after the 9/11 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, we still don’t know what happened. How did a ragtag bunch of hijackers, armed only with box cutters, manage to gain control of those airliners? How did they get into the United States to begin with? Who supported them while … Continue reading “Why Did Robert Mueller Obstruct Congress’s 9/11 Probe?”

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Is there an America-First enemy of interventionism among the presidential candidates?

January 21, 2016 by · Leave a Comment 

“All this seems to show that change of ministers amounts to nothing. One goes out, another comes in, and still the same measures, vices, and extravagance are pursued. It signifies not who is minister. The defect lies in the system. The foundation and the superstructure of the government is bad. Prop it as you please, it continually sinks into court [authoritarian] government, and ever will.” Thomas Paine, Rights of Man, 1791-92

Even in the midst of his destabilizing intoxication with the French Revolution’s madness, Thomas Paine still was able to peer into the future and accurately describe the state of the U.S. government and the republic’s political system in 2016. And no truer words could be spoken about contemporary America’s foreign-policy disaster than Paine’s point that the “defect lies in the system. The foundation and the superstructure of the government is bad. Prop it as you please, it continually sinks into court [authoritarian] government, and ever will.”

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America first –- or World War III

December 17, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

“If you’re in favor of World War III, you have your candidate.”

So said Rand Paul, looking directly at Gov. Chris Christie, who had just responded to a question from CNN’s Wolf Blitzer as to whether he would shoot down a Russian plane that violated his no-fly zone in Syria.

“Not only would I be prepared to do it, I would do it,” blurted Christie: “I would talk to Vladimir Putin … I’d say to him, ‘Listen, Mr. President, there’s a no-fly zone in Syria; you fly in, it applies to you.’

“Yes, we would shoot down the planes of Russian pilots if in fact they were stupid enough to think that this president was the same feckless weakling … we have in the Oval Office … right now.”

Ex-Gov. George Pataki and ex-Sen. Rick Santorum would also impose a no-fly zone and shoot down Russian planes that violated it. Said Gov. John Kasich, “It’s time we punched the Russians in the nose.”

Carly Fiorina would impose a no-fly zone and not even talk to Putin until we’ve conducted “military exercises in the Baltic States” on Russia’s border. Jeb Bush, too, would impose a no-fly zone.

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