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The World’s Most Elite Conference This Year Will Discuss Something Called “The Precariat”

A growing class of people who feel insecure in their jobs, communities, and life in general.

For when Davos isn’t exclusive enough, there is Bilderberg.

The Bilderberg Meeting is an annual gathering of world leaders, executives, and assorted grandees, established in 1954 and named for the Dutch hotel where the secretive group first gathered.

Amid heavy security, around 130 people—including three prime ministers and 30 CEOs—will hold talks on the world’s most pressing issues this week. The four-day retreat starts on Thursday (June 9) at an undisclosed location in Dresden, Germany.

This year’s agenda includes predictable topics like “China,” “migration,” and “cyber security.” But one talking point is particularly intriguing, addressing the “precariat and middle class.”

The what? The “precariat” is a term popularized by British economist Guy Standing, describing a growing class of people who feel insecure in their jobs, communities, and life in general. They are…

…the perpetual part-timers, the minimum-wagers, the temporary foreign workers, the grey-market domestics paid in cash… the techno-impoverished whose piecemeal work has no office and no end, the seniors who struggle with dwindling benefits, the indigenous people who are kept outside, the single mothers without support, the cash labourers who have no savings, the generation for whom a pension and a retirement is neither available nor desired.

This marginalized group—“alienated, anomic, anxious, and angry,” according to Standing—is fueling the rise of populist politicians like Donald Trump in the US and similar rabble rousers in Europe and beyond. (Discussing this group alongside the middle class, which isn’t doing great either, is telling.) The resulting turmoil in politics, markets, and economics is a factor in nearly all of the Bilderberg meeting’s other agenda items.

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Uh-Oh: Trump To Meet With Kissinger For Foreign Policy Advice

‘Face-to-face session comes after weeks of phone conversations’.

The Washington Post reports that presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump is to meet with Bilderberg kingpin Henry Kissinger this week in order to tap his ‘expertise’ on foreign policy.

Sources close to Trump told reporters that the two will discuss all aspects of foreign policy, but will particularly focus on China.

The post reports:

Meeting with Kissinger has become a rite of passage for many ambitious Republicans, especially those who land on the party’s presidential ticket. Sarah Palin had a high-profile meeting with him in 2008 when she became the GOP vice-presidential nominee, seeking his counsel and association with his credentials.

The face-to-face session comes after weeks of phone conversations between Trump and Kissinger, who was a top adviser to presidents Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford. The people close to Trump spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss his private schedule and his relationship with the 92-year-old former diplomat.

The move by Trump’s campaign is a strange one, given that he has been billed as the ultimate anti-establishment outsider, and Kissinger is the biggest Washington insider there is.

The report also suggests that while Trump has denounced globalism as a “false song,” he is beginning to lean toward a more realist view of international affairs, a la Kissinger.

“Trump’s conferring with Kissinger underscores not only how he is building relationships with Republican elders but how he leans toward a more realist view of international affairs.” the report states.

The report also notes that Trump has been meeting with James A. Baker III, another former Republican secretary of state, and consummate insider, under the Bushes.

Baker was vocal in his criticism of Trump’s foreign policy proposals, particularly his call to abolish NATO.

Are these elitist insiders attempting to co-opt Trump’s campaign and exert their globalist ideals upon his outlook?

It will be interesting to keep tabs on Trump’s whereabouts next month, and whether he decides a trip to Dresden Germany, the site of the annual Bilderberg confab, might be a good idea.

In recent times, Kissinger has hinted that he would like to see Hillary Clinton as the next President.

Hillary has previously cited the approval of the Bilderberg Steering Committee member to defend her record as Secretary of State. Last year, Hillary praised Kissinger In a review for his book, “World Order.” Clinton referred to the kingpin’s “compelling case” for building a global architecture.

Writing for the Washington Post, Clinton fawned over Kissinger’s lifelong work, arguing that “no viable alternative” for the future remains.

“Henry Kissinger’s book makes a compelling case for why we have to do it and how we can succeed,” Clinton wrote.

According to Clinton, President Obama and herself have long worked toward fulfilling the same strategy as Kissinger.

“His analysis, despite some differences over specific policies, largely fits with the broad strategy behind the Obama administration’s effort over the past six years to build a global architecture of security and cooperation for the 21st century,” she said.

During the Democratic debates, Clinton’s rival Bernie Sanders highlighted her ties to Kissinger as a way of promoting his own anti-establishment credentials.

“I happen to believe that Henry Kissinger was one of the most destructive secretaries of state in the modern history of this country,” Sanders said. “I am proud to say that Henry Kissinger is not my friend. I will not take advice from Henry Kissinger.”

Sanders noted that Kissinger paved the way for one of the worst instances of genocide in modern history when he oversaw the carpet bombing of Cambodia and subsequent ground incursion, allowing the Communist Chinese backed Khmer Rouge to gain power.

“Count me in as someone who will not be listening to Henry Kissinger,” Sanders told viewers.

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Steve Watson is the London based writer and editor for Alex Jones’ Infowars.com, and Prisonplanet.com

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Public School Students Taught To ‘Pledge Allegiance To An International Flag’

Children were made to create an American flag with the flags of other 22 other nations superimposed over the stripes

It is widely accepted that American public schools are controlled by liberals.

It seems like every day, we see new examples of American schoolchildren being indoctrinated with left-wing ideas.

This latest example was brought to our attention by a concerned parent.

Kindergarten students from PS75, a public school in New York City, recently took part in a class project in which the children were made to create an American flag with the flags of other 22 other nations superimposed over the stripes. Below the flag read the words “We pledge allegiance to an International Flag.”

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WW3: Fighters From Turkey Are Pouring Into Syria And Attacking Targets Despite The Ceasefire

The ceasefire in Syria is a joke

The ceasefire in Syria is a joke. 

Turkish military units continue to mass along the border, and militants are pouring across the border to attack targets in northern Syria.  The Prime Minister of Turkey is now openly admitting that his government is supporting the militants that are trying to overthrow the Syrian government, and the Turkish government has also made it abundantly clear that they have no plans to stop shelling the Kurds on the other side of the border.  So despite the “ceasefire”, the truth is that the threat of World War 3 breaking out in the Middle East is greater than ever.

At times it is difficult to see the dividing line between the Turkish military and the radical jihadists that are hopping back and forth across the border with the full support of the Turkish government.  Over the weekend, militants from Turkey that crossed over into northern Syria were supported by artillery fire from the Turkish military as they attacked a key Kurdish town

In the Raqqa province, a group of some 100 fighters crossed into Syria from Turkey. The group later joined forces with other militants and attacked the Kurdish town of Tell Abyad.

The 250-strong group was supported by artillery fire from the Turkish territory, a fact that Russia said the US should explain. The Kurdish YPG militia fended off the attack, the report said.

This is an act of war, and yet the Obama administration does not seem to mind.

If Turkey will not even honor the ceasefire, what hope is there that anything will be able to stop them from acting so aggressively?

At this point, the Turks are not even pretending anymore.  Just the other day, Turkey’s Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu openly admitted that his nation is backing the militants that are trying to overthrow the Assad regime…

“How would they be able to defend themselves if there was no Turkish support of the Syrian people? … If there’s today a real moderate Syrian opposition, it’s because of the Turkish support. If today the [Assad] regime isn’t able to control all the territories [it’s] because of Turkish and some other countries’ support,” he told Al-Jazeera earlier this week.

Obviously this ceasefire is not going to work.  Turkey has not even pressed pause in their relentless campaign against the Assad regime and the Kurds.

The Turkish government has become absolutely obsessed with their neighbor to the south, and that is a very dangerous thing for the rest of the planet.  The only way that Turkey, Saudi Arabia and their allies are going to be able to win the war now is to conduct a massive ground invasion of Syria.  Such a move would lead to direct conflict with Iran, Hezbollah and the Russians, and since Turkey is a member of the NATO alliance, that could threaten to drag the U.S. and western Europe into the war as well.  The following comes from the International Business Times

The wider consequences of any disagreement between Ankara and Moscow could lead to a standoff between Russia and NATO. Jen Stoltenberg, secretary general of the Brussels-based organization, said in late 2015 that it would be prepared to defend the member state of Turkey if it were attacked by Russia.

“NATO will defend you, NATO is on the ground, NATO is ready,” Stoltenberg said in the aftermath of repeated breaches of Turkish airspace by Russian jets and just one month before Ankara shot down a Russian jet in November.

The 28-country alliance is bound by Article 5 of its treaty to collectively defend its members. “Collective defense means that an attack against one ally is considered as an attack against all allies,” the article states.

Saudi Arabia does not appear ready to back down either.

The Saudis continue to reiterate their position that either Assad must go peacefully or he will be removed by force

Saudi Arabia is prepared to send troops to Syria if President Bashar Assad doesn’t resign and leave his war-torn nation peacefully. Saudi Foreign Minister Adel Al-Jubeir warned Sunday that his country will take military action if Syria violates the terms of a ceasefire agreement.

“I believe that abiding by the truce would be an important indicator of the seriousness to reach a peaceful solution to the Syrian crisis that would include setting up a transitional council and the transfer of power from Bashar to this council,” he said during a joint press conference with his Danish counterpart Kristian Jensen in the Saudi capital of Riyadh.

Al-Jubeir warned that Saudi Arabia has prepared a “Plan B.” If “the coalition decided to send ground troops into Syria, Saudi Arabia is ready to contribute,” he said.

The goal since 2011 has been to get rid of Assad so that Syria could become a full-fledged Sunni nation with a Sunni government.

Saudi Arabia, Turkey and their allies have poured enormous amounts of money and resources into this conflict, and they don’t appear to be willing to walk away now that the tide of the war has turned.  In fact, how the Saudis have been behaving lately has been causing a tremendous amount of anxiety in the Middle East…

Saudi Arabia’s recent actions have caused a great deal of anxiety within its region. On February 4, a military spokesman suggested that Saudi Arabia was ready to send troops ground troops to fight ISIS in Syria. A week later Saudi Arabia announced that it will send combat aircraft and soldiers to Turkey to participate in the U.S.-led coalition against ISIS.

Three days later the Saudis launched “Northern Thunder,” described as the “largest military exercise in the history of the Middle East.” Participants from 20 countries sent troops to the maneuvers run over three weeks in Hafar al Batin in northern Saudi Arabia, not far from the Iraqi and Kuwaiti border. According to a Saudi media outlet, some 350,000 troops were expected to participate in the maneuvers.

So if Saudi Arabia, Turkey and their allies are preparing for war, then what is the purpose of the ceasefire?

Well, first of all the goal was to stop the bleeding.  The Sunni militants were losing ground steadily, and this pause will enable them to regroup and get resupplied.

Secondly, this pause in the action gives “the coalition” time to move forces into position for a potential ground invasion of Syria.

But more than anything else, this ceasefire seems to be a trap.  It appears to be inevitable that the U.S. and other western powers will accuse Russia, Iran, Hezbollah and the Syrian government of breaking the ceasefire, thus providing “legal justification” for “the coalition” to militarily intervene.

Watch developments in Syria very closely.  Many had hoped that this ceasefire would bring the five year civil war to an end, but the truth is that it could just be setting the stage for something far, far bigger.

 

Pope Francis Says Donald Trump Is ‘Not Christian’

“I say only that this man is not Christian if he said things like that”

Pope Francis took umbrage at comments Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has made about immigrants, saying in an interview that the real estate mogul was “not Christian.”
The pope’s strong dismissal of Trump was in response to measures Trump has proposed on the campaign trail, including building a wall along the U.S.-Mexican border and deporting millions of undocumented immigrants living and working in the U.S.
When asked by a reporter, “Can a good Catholic vote for this man?” Francis responded by saying, “Thank God he said I was a politician, because Aristotle defined the human person as ‘animal politicus.’ So at least I am a human person. As to whether I am a pawn — well, maybe, I don’t know. I’ll leave that up to your judgment and that of the people.”
He continued: “And then, a person who thinks only about building walls, wherever they may be, and not building bridges, is not Christian. This is not in the gospel. As far as what you said about whether I would advise to vote or not to vote, I am not going to get involved in that. I say only that this man is not Christian if he said things like that. We must see if he said things in that way and in this I give the benefit of the doubt.”

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Editor’s note: Trump has issued a response to the pope’s criticism:
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‘We Have Slid Into A New Cold War’: Chilling Statement From Russian Prime Minister

Medvedev over tensions in Syria further raises the spectre of WWIII as France accuses them of bombing civilians

Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said tensions between Russia and the West have sent the world into a ‘new Cold War’, while speaking at the Munich Security Conference today.

‘We have slid into a new period of Cold War,’ he said. ‘Almost every day we are accused of making new horrible threats either against NATO as a whole, against Europe or against the US or other countries.’

His comments comes after France’s Prime Minister Manuel Valls called on Russia to stop bombing civilians in Syria, saying this was crucial for achieving peace in the country.

Mr Medvedev insisted that there was ‘no evidence’ that Russia had bombed civilians in Syria.

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Surveillance State Exploits “Internet of Things”

State fights end-to-end encryption

In addition to the purported rise of domestic extremism, National Intelligence boss James Clapper on Tuesday told the Senate intelligence agencies in the United States will exploit an emerging array of internet-connected devices, known as the “internet of things.”

Increasingly a large number of objects—including animals and people—are being assigned unique identifiers and the ability to transfer data over a network without human interaction. From handheld communication and entertainment devices (including televisions and webcams) to cars and household appliances and utilities (notably, smart meters), hundreds of objects now have IP addresses.

“In its extreme, everything can be connected to the Internet. It’s really just a matter of time, as these self-powered wireless-enabled computers become smaller and cheaper,” writes security expert Bruce Schneier. “Soon everything we do, both online and offline, will be recorded and stored forever.”

James Clapper admitted the government and its ever-expanding surveillance state will exploit personal information for the purpose of monitoring and tracking individuals.

”Smart devices incorporated into the electric grid, vehicles—including autonomous vehicles—and household appliances are improving efficiency, energy conservation, and convenience. However, security industry analysts have demonstrated that many of these new systems can threaten data privacy, data integrity, or continuity of services. In the future, intelligence services might use the loT [Internet of Things] for identification, surveillance, monitoring, location tracking, and targeting for recruitment, or to gain access to networks or user credentials,” he said.

Prior to Clapper’s remarks before the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, a Berkman Center for Internet & Society report from Harvard University concluded: “If the Internet of Things has as much impact as is predicted, the future will be even more laden with sensors that can be commandeered for law enforcement surveillance; and this is a world far apart from one in which opportunities for surveillance have gone dark. It is vital to appreciate these trends and to make thoughtful decisions about how pervasively open to surveillance we think our built environments should be—by home and foreign governments, and by the companies who offer the products that are transforming our personal spaces.”

The reality of ever-expanding panopticon surveillance was underscored last February when it was discovered Samsung Smart televisions listen to consumers. “Please be aware that if your spoken words include personal or other sensitive information, that information will be among the data captured and transmitted to a third party,” the corporation’s “privacy policy” for its internet connected television reads.

As Vaughan Emery, the CEO and president of CENTRI Technology, noted last September IoT requires robust encryption to make it safe not only from the prying eyes of government, but also hackers and data theft. Emery proposes an “encrypt-everything” strategy to protect data.

“This strategy maximizes protection regardless of whether the data resides in a public or private cloud, on an IoT endpoint and when it’s in transit. Encrypting everything also complements the traditional focus on network security because even when that initial line of defense fails, the data remain protected,” he writes.

The state is calling for encryption standards to be compromised, not strengthened. “Encryption is making it harder for your government to find criminal activity, and potential terrorist activity,” Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson told one of the world’s largest technology conferences last April.

Earlier this month FBI Director James Comey said during a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing end-to-end encryption—the government calls this form of security “going dark”—is making it impossible for law enforcement and the surveillance state to monitor devices. Comey and the government insist technology companies design holes in their security to accommodate warrants.

“If you put a backdoor in, that backdoor’s for everybody—for good guys and bad guys,” Apple CEO Tim Cook responded.

The government may ultimately force tech companies to allow it to circumvent encryption, but this will not solve the hurdle of encryption.

Companies outside the US are responsible for nearly two-thirds of tech products that offer some form of encryption, according to Schneier. “The argument is that that vulnerability is worth it because police can catch criminals. Well, that’s not true because the criminals will switch [products],” Schneier told The Christian Science Monitor after Comey made his remarks.

“Any US law mandating backdoors will primarily affect people who are unconcerned about government surveillance, or at least unconcerned enough to make the switch,” the authors of the Harvard Berkman Center report write. “These people will be left vulnerable to abuse of those backdoors by cybercriminals and other governments.”

Oregon Standoff Ends Without More Bloodshed

Last protestor leaves refuge

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZhYcAXg8Hvc
The remaining four occupants inside the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge have turned themselves in, with the very last, 27-year-old David Fry, leaving the refuge around 11:00AM PST.