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since we had a very alarmist post from el murid yesterday about joint patrols, let’s compare

About patrolling
Colonel Cassad, Dec 20 2014 22:42

An issue which has excited many is the joint patrols which supposedly will begin on Dec 28, or as they say, “they may begin.” A reminder that in autumn already there were 3-4 similar messages on the subject of joint patrolling of the borders of LDNR with Russia with the participation of border guards from the junta. As you know, since then, no Ukrainian border guards appeared there, for carriage of goods from Russia to Novorossia on the Russian side can be found in addition to the Russian border, while OSCE observers out there who stick out since September and as you know do not interfere with the work of the “Voentorg”, and moreover, even occasionally claim that no “Voentorg” exists there. For Novorossia, the service is carried out by the border troops of the LDNR (converted Cossack units and voluntary formations), whose leadership since August has been coordinated with Moscow.

Given the incompleteness of the conflict with Pindostan and its current problems, it is difficult to imagine that Russia was the campaign of the conflict will simply pass control of the border to the junta (is to Pindostan), so I believe that the current consultations, which are a continuation of the same negotiations involving Lantsov which began in Kiev and Mariupol in the fall, are associated with attempts to freeze the fighting, at least until spring, by achieving mutual withdrawal of heavy weapons. In the meantime, we see that if VSN at least mean something takes, the junta on these pirouettes spits with a high bell tower and threatened to fight to the bitter end for the Crimea and the Donbas. Therefore, it is not a fact that the current talks, which is a reflection of the never-ending attempts to defibrillate the Minsk process, will lead to concrete results, which is reflected in the phrase “may start,” which seems to hint that equaklly, they “may not start,” like many other agreements and arrangements that have not been executed by all parties to the conflict. It’s hard not to notice how many agreements and treaties in the course of this war already going in the trash.

As Strelkov’s social movement “Novorossia” regularly carries goods across the border, as it is not difficult to guess we will have all the possibilities to assess changes at the border if any, will take place, both in terms of problems with the delivery of goods into Novorossia, and the emergence of border guards from the junta. We will inform readers what the results are as soon as we know them, as in the case of poiavlenia on the border representatives of the junta (which I appreciate very negative), and if this information as and in the fall will not be confirmed. In general, do not panic.

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more interesting thoughts from nimmo (really my favourite analyst, despite his libertarianism)

Globalist Competitor China Will Be Blamed for Sony Attack
Kurt Nimmo, Infowars, Dec 20 2014

For Pindostan, it’s official. North Korea is responsible for the cyber attack on Sony. Period. As usual, the government expects you to take its word on faith and refuses to provide evidence. The FBI says it used “sensitive sources and methods” to pin the blame on North Korea, but refuses to name its sources and the methods it used. The FBI’s conclusion is questioned by security and computer networking experts. They say North Korea does not have the ability to launch this sort of attack. David Kennedy, founder of the security consulting firm TrustedSec LLC, said North Korea “is still very shut off and secretive, so it struggles with getting the technology it needs to launch major cyber-attacks.” On Saturday, an FBI-connected cyber-security expert tweeted out his opinion that North Korea is simply not capable of the Sony attack.

Others argue that the sheer weight of the data stolen would have crippled North Korea’s fledgling ISP. Hector Monsegur, aka Sabu, the supposed Anonymous hacker who served as a stool pigeon for the government, told CBS:

Look at the bandwidth going into North Korea. I mean, the pipelines, the pipes going in, handling data, they only have one major ISP across their entire nation. That kind of information flowing at one time would have shut down North Korean Internet completely. For something like this to happen, it had to happen over a long period of time. You cannot just exfiltrate one terabyte or 100 terabytes of data in a matter of weeks. It’s not possible. It would have taken months, maybe even years, to exfiltrate something like 100 terabytes of data without anyone noticing.

There is only one “omnivore of staggering capabilities” able to suck up this much data in short order: the NSA. According to NSA whistleblower William Binney, the agency’s computers in Utah can suck up 20 terabytes, the equivalent of the Library of Congress, per minute. In addition to a lack of technology, North Korea is not especially adept when it comes to cyber attacks.In Mar 2013, SophosLabs identified malware used in an internet attack that disrupted banking and television network systems in South Korea. Dubbed DarkSeoul, the malware was “not particularly sophisticated,” according to Graham Cluley, writing for Sophos’ Naked Security.

While the government and the corporate media were pointing fingers at under-powered and, as DarkSeoul reveals, pathetically inept North Korea, it failed to report on a story about the real innovator of malicious software, the NSA and its partner GCHQ, Britain’s signals intelligence organization. The story concerns Regin, described by Symantec as “a complex piece of malware whose structure displays a degree of technical competence rarely seen. Customizable with an extensive range of capabilities depending on the target, it provides its controllers with a powerful framework for mass surveillance and has been used in spying operations against government organizations, infrastructure operators, businesses, researchers and private individuals.” Further research into Edward Snowden’s revelation that the NSA and GCHQ were involved in hacking attacks on Belgacom, a Belgian phone and internet services provider, and on EU computer systems, discovered the use of the sophisticated Regin malware. Jeffrey Carr, founder and CEO of Seattle cybersecurity consulting firm Taia Global, writes:

Is North Korea responsible for the Sony breach? I can’t imagine a more unlikely scenario than that one. My advice to journalists, business executives, policymakers, and the general public is to challenge everything that you hear or read about the attribution of cyber-attacks. Demand to see the evidence, not scrubbed ‘indicators of compromise’ that can’t be validated.

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Because the corporate media operates as a propaganda conduit for the Pindosi government and its national security apparatus, all such warnings will be ignored as blame is turned on North Korea. Following the FBI allegation, Obama promised “proportional” retaliation “at a time and place” of Pindosi government choosing. That retaliation, although unspecified, may include action against China, the real object of concern for the elite. North Korea poses absolutely no threat while China is a primary geostrategic obstacle. Obama left unstated for now the connection between North Korea and China. The Times of India reported on Saturday:

Amid speculation that China, which patronizes the maverick North Korean regime, may also be connected to the events, Obama said that Pindostan had no indication North Korea was acting in conjunction with another country.

And while Obama dealt in ambiguity and generalization, unnamed officials in the government were not as reluctant. The Telegraph reported on Friday:

China may have helped North Korea carry out the hacking attack on Sony Pictures, a Pindosi official has told Reuters. The official, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said the conclusion of the Pindosi investigation was to be announced later by federal authorities.

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this should produce some monumentally bad PR for russia

Vladimir Putin invites Kim Jong-un to Moscow
Reuters, Dec 19 2014

Vladimir Putin, has invited North Korean leader Kim Jong-un to Moscow next year to mark the 70th anniversary of the Soviet defeat of Nazi Germany in WW2, a Kremlin spokesman said on Friday. It would be Kim’s first foreign visit since taking the helm of the reclusive east Asian state in 2011. His personal envoy travelled to Moscow last month as part of efforts by the two Cold War-era allies to improve relations. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov, told TASS:

Yes, such an invitation was sent.

Russia marks the former Soviet Union’s 1945 victory every year on May 9. Moscow needs North Korean cooperation to boost its natural gas exports to South Korea, as Gazprom would like to build a gas pipeline through North Korea to reach its southern neighbour. Pyongyang is also seeking support from Russia against international Pindosi criticism relating to accusations of human rights abuses and its nuclear programme. A UN committee passed a resolution last month calling for the security council to consider referring North Korea to the international criminal court for alleged crimes against humanity. Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov has also said North Korea is ready to resume the stalled international talks on its nuclear programme. North Korea, South Korea, Japan, China, Russia and Pindostan began talks in 2003 to rid the Korean peninsula of nuclear weapons, but they were suspended after Pyongyang tested nuclear devices in 2006 and 2009.

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i think what the judicious nimmo is trying to tell us is that this outfit is as phony as a four-dollar bill

NYPD Declares “Wartime” After Suspected Marxist Black Guerrilla Family Member Executes Cops
Kurt Nimmo, Infowars, Dec 20 2014

The New York Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association has declared the NYPD will “become a ‘wartime’ police department and “will act accordingly” following the execution-style shooting of two of cops in Bedford-Stuyvesant. The suspected shooter, Ismaaiyl Abdulah Brinsley, is said to have killed the police officers in retaliation for the death of Michael Brown and Eric Garner. On Saturday evening the NY Daily News reported Brinsley, who reportedly committed suicide after the execution, is suspected of being involved with the Black Guerrilla Family prison gang. In early December Sergeants Benevolent Association President Ed Mullins said Black Guerrilla Family members were “preparing to shoot on duty police officers.”

The Black Guerrilla Family, also known as the Black Family or the Black Vanguard, was founded by George Jackson in 1966. Jackson, a criminal serving time at San Quentin in California for armed robbery, became a Marxist and Maoist while in prison. He was killed in 1971 during an escape attempt three days before he was scheduled to go on trial for allegedly killing a prison guard. The authorities continually changed their story about a gun they said Jackson had in his possession.

The Black Guerrilla Family was said to be associated with the Black Liberation Army, Symbionese Liberation Army, the Weather Underground, and other leftist groups.The Black Liberation Army was infiltrated by the FBI and two members of the Symbionese Liberation Army, William and Emily Harris, are suspected government operatives. The the Weather Underground was also compromised by the FBI, as an informant, the late Larry Grathwohl, admitted in his 1976 book, “Bringing Down America.” In 1989 a Black Liberation Army member fatally shot and killed Huey P Newton, the co-founder and leader of the Black Panther Party for Self Defense.

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new cold war, OK, but this is ignoring the rather obvious fact that the west wants a hot one

Russia Dismisses New Pindosi Sanctions as Useless
Nataliya Vasilyeva, AP, Dec 20 2014

MOSCOW — Russia on Saturday dismissed new Pindosi sanctions as useless and said it was poised to wait as long as it takes for Pindostan to recognize its historic right to the Crimean peninsula. Following several rounds of sanctions earlier this year, Obama on Friday approved new restrictions on Crimea, which Russia annexed in March after a hastily-called referendum. The Russian foreign ministry on Saturday expressed regret that Pindostan and Canada “still cannot get over the results of a free vote in Crimea in March.” Canada on Friday announced travel bans for dozens of individuals as well as restrictions on the export of technology used in Russia’s oil industry. In a pithy statement, Moscow insisted that the new sanctions won’t push Russia to give up Crimea since it is a “historic and integral part of Russia” and said it was working on unspecified measures to retaliate. The ministry referred to Cuba, where it took Pindostan decades to restore diplomatic relations. The statement said:

The White House took half a century to admit that blockading Cuba with sanctions was useless: well, we can wait too.

Obama’s order prohibited Pindosi companies and individuals from exporting or importing any goods, services or technology to or from Crimea. Likewise, Pindosi individuals or companies cannot buy real estate or businesses in Crimea or finance Crimean companies. It also freezes any assets in Pindostan of individuals determined by the Pindosi Treasury Dept (that means the original ‘spider in the bank’, David Cohen, Under-Sec for Financial Crime & Terrorism – RB) to be operating in Crimea. Obama’s order follows an EU ban on investment in Crimea, and other economic restrictions including measures aimed at keeping tourists away.The new measures on investment, services and trade, announced Thursday, beef up the EU’s previous response to Russia’s annexation of the peninsula. Europeans and EU-based companies are barred from buying real estate or businesses in Crimea, financing Crimean companies or supplying services as of Saturday. In addition, EU operators will no longer be allowed to offer tourism services to Crimea’s Black Sea beaches or other destinations. Cruise ships owned by an EU-based company or flying an EU member state’s flag will also no longer be allowed to call at Sevastopol or other Crimean ports, except in an emergency. Moscow’s harsh anti-Pindosi rhetoric (what’s harsh about it? – RB) comes a time when the Kremlin seems to be departing from its defiant stance on a settlement in eastern Ukraine. It has, for instance, given up its persistent suggestion that the only solution to the bloody conflict in the east is the federalization of Ukraine.

Russia calls new sanctions on Crimea ‘collective punishment’
Vladimir Soldatkin, Reuters, Dec 20 2014

MOSCOW – The Russian Foreign Ministry said on Saturday new Western sanctions against Crimea were a “collective punishment” on residents who voted last March to join Russia, adding it was preparing to retaliate. Pindostan & the EU adopted tighter restrictions on investments in Crimea this week, targeting individuals, Russian Black Sea oil and gas exploration and tourism. The ministry said in a statement:

Introducing new unilateral sanctions against the Republic of Crimea and the city of Sebastopol by Pindostan & the EU is direct evidence that the West has acknowledged that the decision by the Crimeans to rejoin Russia was unanimous and voluntary. That’s why they chose the ‘punishment’ to be collective. It is sad that the countries which call themselves democratic resort to such methods in the 21st century.

Obama said on Thursday he had signed into law a new Russian sanctions bill passed by Congress, but added that he did not intend to impose further curbs against Moscow for now. However, Canada announced on Friday that it was hitting Russia with a fresh round of restrictions. Russian Foreign Ministry spokesman Alexander Lukashevich said the sanctions undermined political efforts to resolve the conflict in eastern Ukraine, adding that Crimea was a “primordial and inseparable” part of Russia. Lukashevich said in comments published on the ministry web site:

We advise Washington and Ottawa to think about the consequences of such actions. Meanwhile, we will work on retaliatory measures.

Russia retaliated to earlier sanctions by limiting food imports from a range of Western countries.

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