Tag: intelligence

Tone deaf? Trump warns ‘mere’ abuse allegation can shatter lives

Trump cautioned on Saturday that lives can be shattered by a "mere allegation".

Trump, in a pointed response to the uproar over charges of domestic violence by two top aides, cautioned on Saturday that lives can be shattered by a “mere allegation” and asked whatever happened to “due process?”

Self serving Trump seems to forget due peocess begins with ‘allegations” and the presumption of innocence. That presumption is squandered when 13 ++ persons are called liars  as in the case of Wienstein and the even the President. Trump has the option and the wealth to take his accusers to court but it seems under advice he never will.

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Trump dossier: intelligence sources vouch for credibility of report’s author | As Andrew Wilkie creditably warned us of Iraq  Christopher Steele ‘s dossier warns us of Trump. Whose listening?

Ex-MI6 officer Christopher Steele, named as writer of Donald Trump memo, is ‘highly regarded professional’

Source: Trump dossier: intelligence sources vouch for credibility of report’s author | US news | The Guardian

ISIS downs chopper in Syria: Where do their weapons & intelligence come from? — RT Op-Edge

As a military helicopter was downed in Syria by Islamic State, resulting in the deaths of two Russian pilots, RT sits down with political analyst Catherine Shakdam, who says that while soldiers die fighting terror, some governments continue pushing for their political agendas.

Source: ISIS downs chopper in Syria: Where do their weapons & intelligence come from? — RT Op-Edge

There may be flowing water on Mars. But is there intelligent life on Earth? | George Monbiot | Comment is free | The Guardian

While we marvel at Nasa’s discoveries, we destroy our irreplaceable natural resources – so we can buy pre-peeled bananas and smartphones for dogs

Source: There may be flowing water on Mars. But is there intelligent life on Earth? | George Monbiot | Comment is free | The Guardian