Friday, May 31, 2019

Pol Pot lives among Democrats: Actor Jeffrey Wright: When We Get the Power, Everybody Else F**king Duck

Actor Jeffrey Wright: When We Get the Power, Everybody Else F**king Duck

Actor Jeffrey Wright on Wednesday appeared to warn that when the political left in America “get the power” back from Republicans, “everybody else” should “fucking duck.”

“Message from the @GOP:” Jeffrey Wright began, “There are no principles — not ethical, moral, legal, constitutional, religious, spiritual — NONE. There’s only power. And when we get the power, everybody else fucking duck.”

The state of Los Angeles in the hands of the Democrats is a health disaster.

Dr. Drew says LA public health in 'complete breakdown': 'No city on Earth tolerates this'

The public health situation in the nation's second-largest city is in "a complete breakdown," Dr. Drew Pinsky said Thursday night on "The Ingraham Angle."
“We have a complete breakdown of the basic needs of civilization in Los Angeles right now,” Pinsky told host Laura Ingraham. “We have the three prongs of airborne disease, tuberculosis is exploding, (and) rodent-borne. We are one of the only cities in the country that doesn’t have a rodent control program, and sanitation has broken down.”
Pinsky’s comments followed news that Los Angeles police officer had contracted typhoid fever, a rare and life-threatening illness that fewer than 350 Americans contract each year.
Los Angeles had a typhus outbreak last summer and will likely have another this summer, Pinsky said. Meanwhile, bubonic plague – a pandemic that killed tens of millions of people during the 14th century – is “likely” already present in Los Angeles, Pinsky added. 
“This is unbelievable. I can’t believe I live in a city where this is not Third World. This is medieval,” Pinsky said. “Third World countries are insulted if they are accused of being like this. No city on Earth tolerates this. The entire population is at risk.” 
California can’t handle the current situation, let alone allow tens of thousands of illegal immigrants with no health records to flood its major cities, Pinsky added. 
“[T]he government is somehow insisting that housing is the problem when in fact we have chronic mental illness, we have addiction, we have people who don’t want to leave the streets,” Pinsky said. “They literally won’t take the housing if we give it to them. And that’s the population that’s vulnerable, and is going to get so ill this summer. It scares me for their well-being.” 
AngelesAsked why the liberal politicians aren’t doing more to alleviate these conditions, Pinsky said they are “disgustingly negligent.”

Federal subpoena demands records on Andrew Gillum and his campaign for governor

Federal subpoena demands records on Andrew Gillum and his campaign for governor

A recent federal probe sought information related to the Florida Democrat and people in his orbit, signaling a shift in the Tallahassee FBI investigation



Hillary Clinton, who used a private email server as secretary of state, will speak at a cyber defense summit later in 2019, it was announced Thursday.
FireEye, a cybersecurity company based in California, announced Clinton will give the keynote speech at its annual summit in Washington, D.C., in October.

“Cyber security is not any one defender’s responsibility, but a global effort — a cause championed by many for the good of all. By coming together as a community to innovate, build strategies and share knowledge on today’s threats and tomorrow’s risks, we empower ourselves as defenders with the collective wisdom to protect our way of life and the technologies that have become central to it,” FireEye said in a press release, Fox News first reported.
We are pleased to announce that Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton will be a featured keynote at our in October! Secretary Clinton will engage in an intimate Q&A keynote discussion with Kevin Mandia.

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Clinton will have plenty to talk about at the summit.
The private email server that Clinton used while at the State Department contained thousands of emails that contained classified information, including some at the top-secret level.

Clinton was widely ridiculed during the campaign when she was asked whether she deleted any of the emails from her server.
“Like, with a cloth or something?” she asked in response to the question.
The FBI investigated Clinton for mishandling classified information, but she was not charged in the probe.
James Comey, who served as FBI director during the investigation, called Clinton’s use of the server “extremely careless.” He said it made more vulnerable to cyber attack by foreign powers, though investigators did not find evidence that the server was hacked. (RELATED: ‘Extremely Careless’: James Comey Says Hillary Clinton Mishandled Classified Info)
Clinton has also asserted the hacks of her campaign chairman’s emails and that of the Democratic National Committee led to her defeat at the hands of Donald Trump in the 2016 election.
The Russian government allegedly hacked into the DNC’s computer systems and released nearly 20,000 emails through WikiLeaks. The same Russian intelligence operation also stole John Podesta’s emails through an unsophisticated spear-phishing attack.

The fear of being called Islamophic cost lives

London Bridge inquests: Chances 'galore' to stop attack, says lawyer

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Chrissy Archibald, James McMullan, Alexandre Pigeard, Sebastien Belanger, Ignacio Echeverria, Xavier Thomas, Sara Zelenak, Kirsty Boden (clockwise from top left)Image copyrightPRESS ASSOCIATION
Image captionThe victims of the attack, clockwise from top left - Chrissy Archibald, James McMullan, Alexandre Pigeard, Sebastien Belanger, Ignacio Echeverria, Xavier Thomas, Sara Zelenak, Kirsty Boden
There were "opportunities galore" to identify that the London Bridge extremists were plotting an attack, an inquest has heard.
Gareth Patterson, the lawyer representing several victims' families, said there was evidence the attackers had been in contact since January 2017.
Eight people died in the attack on 3 June 2017.
But investigating officer Acting Det Ch Insp Wayne Jolley denied there had been missed opportunities.
Mr Patterson told the hearing at the Old Bailey in London that "any reasonably competent investigation" had the chance to detect the planning that was going on between the three men.
It would have taken the trio a "significant period of time" for them to become close enough to trust each other with planning an attack, he said.
Khuram Butt, 27, Rachid Redouane, 30, and Youssef Zaghba, 22, left 48 people injured when they attacked passsers-by near London Bridge with a van and knives, before being themselves shot dead by armed police.
Xavier Thomas, 45, Christine Archibald, 30, Sara Zelenak, 21, Sebastien Belanger, 36, James McMullan, 32, Kirsty Boden, 28, Alexandre Pigeard, 26, and Ignacio Echeverria, 39, died in the attack, which lasted less than 10 minutes.
Six months after the attack, a major review of whether MI5 could have stopped it revealed that Butt, the ringleader at London Bridge, was under "active investigation" from mid-2015.
At the inquest, Mr Patterson challenged the Metropolitan Police's investigating officer, suggesting the nature of the repeated contact between the attackers should have raised suspicions.
The inquest heard that Zaghba had started going to Butt's gym in January 2017 and that the two men were in telephone contact after that time. 
Zaghba also visited Butt's home and had been allowed to drive his car, the inquest heard.
In March, all three attackers were at the Ummah fitness centre in east London.
It was in the same month, Mr Patterson said, that Butt had possibly been trying to buy a gun.
There was then a barbecue at Butt's home in May, which Redouane attended, and those two men were in contact "again and again for months", Mr Patterson said.
The court heard that, the day after the barbecue, Redouane bought three identical knives.
"Any reasonably competent investigation should have been looking at Redouane at this stage, I would submit," Mr Patterson said.
(From left) Khuram Butt, Rachid Redouane and Youssef ZaghbaImage copyrightMETROPOLITAN POLICE
Image captionKhuram Butt, Rachid Redouane and Youssef Zaghba carried out the London Bridge attacks
Det Ch Insp Jolley said he did not agree that there had been missed opportunities to stop the men and said police would have been working with the intelligence they were given.
The court heard that the three men were extremely careful with how they communicated, and even when their phones and other devices were examined after the attack, there was no evidence of their planning.
Mr Patterson said that there was one occasion in May when all three men were at the gym "in the dead of night" and were speaking together in the street, but one of them employed a "classic anti-surveillance technique" of leaving his telephone on the ground while they walked away and talked. 
"The attack planning was there to be detected," he suggested.
The court also heard that Zaghba had held extremist views since childhood.
He celebrated the 9/11 attacks and had the Islamic State group flags on his Facebook page, according to information from his mother.
Zaghba had also tried to flee abroad to fight for IS and had jihadist material on an SD memory card seized from him when he was stopped at an airport.
But Richard Horwell, the lawyer representing the Metropolitan Police at the inquest, asked: "In the months leading up the attack was there any evidence of any attack planning?"
Mr Jolley said: "Not that we uncovered, sir, no."
The inquests continue.

Volcanic eruptions in Sicily and Mexico.

                                 Mount Etna eruptions light up night sky 

                                 Time-lapse captures Mexico volcano erupting                             



The Walt Disney Company is considering boycotting Georgia over its new abortion law, even as Disney profits from doing business in China, a notorious human rights violator that is putting Muslims in internment camps.
Disney CEO Bob Iger told Reuters on Thursday the company is likely to cease filming in Georgia if the pro-life law takes effect.

“I think many people who work for us will not want to work there, and we will have to heed their wishes in that regard,” Iger said. “Right now we are watching it very carefully.”
“If [the bill] becomes law, I don’t see how it’s practical for us to continue to shoot there,” Iger said.

Disney apparently has no issue with doing business in China, which has undertaken mass detentions of Uighur Muslims, placing them in internment camps.
Disney opened a $5.5 billion resort in Shanghai, China, in 2016. Iger called Shanghai Disney the company’s “greatest opportunity since buying land in Florida.” Disney partnered with a state-owned company, Shanghai Shendi Group, for the resort.
“With its growing middle class, China is a particularly important growth market for Disney,” The New York Times reported in November 2018.

Chinese authorities in 2018 “dramatically stepped up repression and systematic abuses against the 13 million Turkic Muslims, including Uyghurs and ethnic Kazakhs, in China’s northwestern Xinjiang region,” Human Rights Watch noted in its annual report on China.

“Authorities have carried out mass arbitrary detention, torture, and mistreatment of some of them in various detention facilities, and increasingly imposed pervasive controls on daily life,” the watchdog group’s report said.
Chinese authorities in March implied it would not cease operating its internment camps until the country has no more Muslims to put in the camps.

The Daily Caller News Foundation reached out to Disney’s press team to inquire whether the company sees any contradiction in potentially boycotting Georgia while continuing to profit from its Chinese partnership. (RELATED: IHOP Boycotts Tucker Carlson But Not Saudi Arabia)
TheDCNF did not receive a response by press time.
Disney also filmed movies in Middle Eastern countries with stricter abortion laws than the Georgia bill. Disney recently filmed movies in Jordan and the United Arab Emirates, as the Washington Free Beacon first noted.

US investigating Honduran president for cocaine smuggling and money laundering

US investigating Honduran president for cocaine smuggling and money laundering

Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernández is one of the main targets of a Drug Enforcement Administration investigation into "large-scale drug-trafficking and money laundering activities" related to the "importation of cocaine into the United States," according to a court filing.
The document, filed Thursday, states the DEA has been investigating Hernández and eight others since 2013. Hernández became president in January 2014.
The Justice Department did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Hernández's brother, Juan Antonio "Tony" Hernández, was charged by U.S. federal prosecutors in New York last November for "large-scale" cocaine trafficking from 2004 to 2016. The charges included bribing local officials in Miami to overlook cocaine shipments arriving in the region, making false statements to federal agents, and possessing and using assault-style weapons as part of his operation.
"Hernandez and his criminal associates allegedly conspired with some of the world's most deadly and dangerous transnational criminal networks in Mexico and Colombia to flood American streets with deadly drugs," Special Agent in Charge Raymond Donovan said in a statement.
At the time of the indictment, President Hernández called it a "heavy blow" to the family, adding, "No one is above the law."
Honduras is at the center of a migration phenomenon that has been unfolding over the past five years. During fiscal 2018, which began Oct. 1, 2017, approximately 76,000 Honduran citizens were encountered at the U.S.-Mexico border after illegally crossing north.