Wednesday, January 17, 2018

The Human Farm Goes High Tech

CBC: Smart Cities, Personal Information Collection, Privacy, Control and Profits
The L-shaped parcel of land on Toronto's eastern waterfront known as Quayside isn't much to look at. There's a sprawling parking lot for dry-docked boats opposite aging post-industrial space, where Parliament Street becomes Queens Quay. To its south is one of the saddest stretches of the Martin Goodman trail, an otherwise pleasant running and biking route that spans the city east to west.
But before long, Quayside may be one of the most sensor-laden neighbourhoods in North America, thanks to Alphabet's Sidewalk Labs, which has been working on a plan to redevelop the area from the ground up into a test bed for smart city technology.

Alphabet's Sidewalks Labs = Google

It's being imagined as the sort of place where garbage cans and recycling bins can keep track of when and how often they're used, environmental probes can measure noise and pollution over time and cameras can collect data to model and improve the flow of cars, people, buses and bikes throughout the day.
"It's being imagined".... as opposed to it's a nightmare of surveillance.
Generally speaking, the idea is that all of this data — and the newfound insights its analysis could yield — will help cities run more efficiently and innovate at a faster pace than they do today. 
The effort is one of a handful of broad initiatives underway across the world in places such as Dublin, London, Dubai and Seattle. The Canadian government is soliciting pitches for more smart cities across the country, and has promised up to $80 million to communities competing in its Smart Cities Challenge prize.
Sidewalk Labs is basing its smart city proposal on this post-industrial stretch of Toronto known as Quayside

But when it comes to the data these cities gather, not everyone believes the tradeoff is worth it. Although governments already collect lots of data on their citizens, it's becoming clear that current privacy laws aren't going to be enough to deal with the realities of what most of these visions propose — data collection on a scale that far surpasses what's happening today.
"I think in some ways what we're facing here is a situation where none of this is very much like anything we've seen before," says David Murakami Wood, an associate professor at Queens University, who studies surveillance in cities.
He's not the only one who's skeptical that the law can keep up.

'You can't rely on legislation'

Anyone who's used an app or online service is probably familiar with the concept of consent. It's a legal requirement that companies or public organizations that want your electronic personal information should not only ask first, but explain in detail what they want to collect, what they plan to do with it, who they might share it with and why.
But in a smart city, consent "goes out the window straight away," says Murakami Wood. It's already hard enough to get people to read the terms of service for the apps they use, and experts are skeptical we could expect any better of someone crossing into the boundary of a smart city neighbourhood.
Smart cities, after all, take data collection and analysis to a new, previously unimagined extreme. And with so many different sensors and so much data being collected and analyzed, how could anyone be expected to understand, much less consent to it all?
"You can't rely on legislation," says Ann Cavoukian, the Information and Privacy Commissioner of Ontario from 1997 to 2014. She's being paid by Sidewalk Labs to advise the company on its approach, which sounds straightforward enough: Don't collect any personal information at all.
The whole point of a smart city is that everything that can be collected will be collected - Al Gidari, director of privacy, Stanford University's Center for Internet and Society
Sidewalk Labs and Cavoukian agree not only should as little data be collected as possible, but any that is collected be stripped of all personally identifiable information, or de-identified. Given that smart cities are designed to track people's habits — information that has the potential to be deeply personal and revealing — they believe disassociating that data from the person who generated it is the biggest thing they can do to sidestep privacy concerns.
"Where you get into the realm of privacy is when you get into the realm of what can be traced back to you as an individual," says Rit Aggarwala, Sidewalk Lab's chief policy officer.
Cavoukian, a self-described "eternal optimist," doesn't buy the argument that smart cities are inherently tools of surveillance. She's helping the company build privacy into the design of Quayside, an approach she developed in the late 1990s. It dictates that the best way to protect people's privacy is to think about it during the design and development stage, rather than as an afterthought.
"My job is to make sure that this does not become a city of surveillance, where everybody's activities are tracked," she says.
The eternal optimist is of course spinning the sunny side of all this surveillance cause that's her job!

How much data is too much data?

Still, there are many privacy scholars who are dubious that you can have a smarter city and keep your privacy, too — even if the data being collected isn't personal.
"The whole point of a smart city is that everything that can be collected will be collected," says Al Gidari, the director of privacy at Stanford University's Center for Internet and Society in California. He argues that if smart cities wanted to give people more control over their privacy, by default they wouldn't collect any data. Instead, current proposals tend to put limits on the use of data only "after it's already been collected and the damage is done," Gidari says.
Whether residents and visitors see this as a violation is another matter, and there will inevitably be some who won't want any information collected at all, personal or otherwise. But Aggarwala argues that if Sidewalk Labs can demonstrate the value of that exchange — if you give up a bit of your data, we can improve a service that you love, for example — it can sell people on the idea.
"If people directly see value to having more information collected about them, they will be willing participants," Aggarwala says.
Given the value of that data, experts have argued that privacy is only part of a larger discussion. Open government advocates like Bianca Wylie think we need to start with conversations about who owns the data in the first place. Is it the private companies and equipment operators who run the smart cities, or the cities themselves?
 "Who owns the data in the first place. Is it the private companies and equipment operators who run the smart cities, or the cities themselves?"

Of course this ties right back into the carbon control agenda. The total corporatization, privatization and profiteering from the control of your life. High tech human farm.

Monday, January 15, 2018

Russia, Turkey & Syria Condemn US Creation Of Kurdish “Border Force”

I covered the “border force” creation January 7/2018 US Plans to Recognize Annexed Syrian Territory as Kurdish. And had actually thought about doing a reminder post yesterday on this news, but, decided against it out of fear of being to repetitive.
 Clearly the US is making preparations to officially recognize the annexed Syrian territory- which was always THE PLAN! As has been stated here repeatedly.  No gibberish about a plan a/plan b was presented here- THE PLAN has been to remake the region. Balkanize Syria.
Replaying Kosovo.

“Last week, it was reported that a new 'North Syrian Army' which included SDF formations and backed by the US-led coalition, was being created to carry out 'border security duties' in territories under their control.”
Damascus has voiced its opposition to the US presence and operations on Syrian territory, including Rojava, saying that it does not accord with the principles of international law, including respect for Syria's territorial integrity. The Syrian government has insisted that US operations inside Syria are illegal, since they were never invited into the country by Damascus.

Go back to December 30/2017: 

Defense Secretary Jim Mattis Sees U.S Civilian Presence Increasing in Syria

Mattis said :"What we will be doing is shifting from what I would call an offensive, shifting from an offensive terrain-seizing approach to a stabilizing [effort]...you'll see more U.S. diplomats on the ground," Mattis told reporters at the Pentagon. "Shifting from an OFFENSIVE, TERRAIN- SEIZING APPROACH...."

Penny said:  Land grabbing. As stated for years now. For that Greater Israel..

 The term “border force” is a manipulative, perception management term chosen to obfuscate the fact that the US is creating an occupying army to hold on to the Syrian territory annexed by the PKK/YPG terrorists and the USrael.

Onto the latest.
Chronicle Herald

 Russia, Turkey and the Syrian government on Monday denounced the U.S.-led coalition plans to form a Kurdish-led border force to secure the areas along Syria's international border to the north with Turkey and to the east, with Iraq.

And the southwest with Syria. Not reported because the chronicleherald is obfuscating or hiding reality.

The core of the force is to be made up of fighters from the existing Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces, the coalition's main ally in the fight against Islamic State militants. The SDF currently controls nearly 25 per cent of Syrian territory in the north and east”
“Assad's government on Monday also condemned the U.S. plans for the border force, calling it "a blatant encroachment upon the sovereignty, unity and territorial integrity of Syria" and a violation of international law.”

Recall Turkey's leak last year about American bases in Northern Syria?

Turkey and Russia blast US backed Syrian Force as a “terror army”

Which is, in fact, what it is!
- Russia, Turkey and the Syrian government on Monday denounced the U.S.-led coalition plans to form a Kurdish-led border force to secure the areas along Syria's international border to the north with Turkey and to the east, with Iraq.
I have been ostracized for pointing out the obvious fact, years ago, that the PKK/YPG  Kurdish militias were backed by the US and  they were displacing Syrians and annexing territory?  There is post after post of evidence here demonstrating this reality. Instead the media alt and 5 eyes cheered the US backed terrorists on! It's easy to be the best fighter against ISIS when your on the same team! Hence my creation of the term KurdIShIS!

 Usrael
Kurds..........................ISIS

Reuters
BEIRUT/MOSCOW (Reuters) - Syria, Turkey and Russia responded vehemently on Monday to new U.S.-backed plans to set up a 30,000-strong “border force” inside Syria to protect territory held by Washington’s mainly Kurdish allies.

The Syrian government vowed to drive the U.S. presence from the country. Turkey, an increasingly estranged U.S. ally within NATO, accused Washington of setting up a “terror army” on the Turkish border, and said it would take steps to protect itself.

Russia, the main ally of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, said the U.S. plans revealed a plot to partition Syria.
Yes, it does reveal the plot to partition Syria. 

Recall this map from an older post?
 Related:

Sputnik
The Pentagon was forced to go into full public relations mode late last month amid fresh allegations by the Russian General Staff that US instructors were providing training assistance for some 350 ex-Daesh (ISIS) militants at the US Army's al-Tanf garrison in the southern Syrian province of Homs. Chief of Staff General Valery Gerasimov accused Washington of intending to use the militants to create a so-called 'New Syrian Army', a military formation aimed at further destabilizing the war-torn country after Daesh had been defeated.
 KurdIShIS

From yesterday:

Back Into the Chill- Last Extreme Cold Snap Can't be Blamed on Climate Change

 

Sunday, January 14, 2018

Back Into the Chill- Last Extreme Cold Snap Can't be Blamed on Climate Change

Before we get to the main topic of this post,  I'd like to remind everyone that other cold snaps which were sold as being attributed to man made global warming, as they were occurring,  we're later clarified to be not connected to AGW- It's always wash, rinse, repeat for the lies.
March 29/2015:  AGW/Global Warming DOES NOT CAUSE EXTREME WINTERS!

Cold snaps like the ones that hit the eastern United States in the past winters are not a consequence of  (global warming AGW) climate change. Scientists at ETH Zurich and the California Institute of Technology have shown that global warming actually tends to reduce temperature variability
 Repeated cold snaps led to temperatures far below freezing across the eastern (central) United States (and Canada & parts of Europe etc...) in the past two winters.
 Obviously warming cannot equal cooling unless one has cognitive dissonance. In 2015, despite two frigid winters- the carbon cult was initially claiming that warming would cause cooling. But scientists stated very clearly and quite sensibly that warming would reduce temperature variability.
Apparently Mother Earth didn't get the memo!
Presently- We are in the freeze again- For how long? I don't know. Hopefully just a couple of days? We had a very brief thaw. Less then a week
 Friday January 12/17 "Rain has changed to snow and temperatures are expected to plummet behind the front" Tonight - 11 C or 12 F 
Saturday's temps were :  Max: 14.0°F / Min:1.8°F  Max: -10.0°C Min: -16.8°C
Lowest  same day temperature in the past ten years occurred in 2015: (2006-2017) -10.3°F 2015 
Sunday January 14/2017 at 8:00 am it was  - 3F or -19.4 Celsius
I know some parts of Ontario were, again, under extreme cold warnings-  

Saved this from CBC the other day- Recent Cold Snap Can't Be Blamed On "Climate Change" 

This article is, other then the acknowledgement that the two week long extreme cold can’t be blamed on climate change, still spin and rubbish for the most part

First the admission of fact:

“A quick study of the brutal recent cold snap in Canada and the U.S. found that the Arctic blast really wasn't global warming but a freak of nature.”

 Obviously the deep freeze wasn’t global warming! Since cold does not equal warm! But was it a “freak of nature”? Or was it just weather? Nature? Climate? The planet doing what it does? Sheesh, does the spin cycle ever cease!

Now, onto the rubbish!

“The cold snap that gripped the East Coast and Midwest regions of the U.S. and much of Central and Eastern Canada was a rarity that bucks the warming trend”
 What trend is being bucked here? Let’s go back to look  at the past 5 years of  Great Lakes Ice Cover.  This present winter (2017/2018) seasonal coverage had already surpassed the expected level this year. Covered here

Ice coverage retreated briefly, but, is back in full growth and expansion cycle. And will keep freezing all this week. Total Great Lakes Ice Coverage is back up to 24.8 percent, as of January 13/2018,  up, very quickly from 18 percent coverage due to the brief thaw- Here

UPDATE: Great Lake total ice coverage is up to 29.8 percent as of January 14/2018
UPDATE #2: Great Lakes total ice coverage has increased to 32.1% as of January 15/2018
 
 TWO consecutive frigid winters- Just 3 and 4 years ago.




2014 - The Ice Coverage over the entire Great Lakes System was 94.5 percent

2015- Ice Coverage over the entire Great Lakes System was 88.8 percent

Those two winter seasons were absolutely frigid!  How can it be claimed these cold snaps are the rarity? "Bucking the trend" When we’ve had three of four recent winters, including the winter of 2017/18 so far featuring extended periods of really extreme cold.


The ice caves started forming at Crystal Beach earlier this month

In 2014 we had spectacular ice caves at Crystal Beach- Hubby and I went to seem them as did tens of thousands of people from Canada and the US- Heck there were people there from Europe visiting family who just had to see them too!

If I can dig up my images I'll post one! See below

Yup, me in an ice cave at Crystal Beach

2015- frigid weather posts covering  deadly cold for man and animal alike-  great lakes ice coverage, ships stuck in ice and more

2014: Where the AGW? Or  Chillin' in the Polar Vortex

2013: Antarctica Low Temp Records




A shot of an icy cave ceiling
As aside; we were lakeside today talkin' with another couple who had also gone to see the ice caves that same year- we all agreed they were really special-

Friday, January 12, 2018

JFK Files Reveal Jewish Love Child (Who Killed His Mother) Fathered by King Hussein

Via Haaretz

It was the acknowledgment of CIA honeypots and handlers that stood out in this news. The admission that a Hollywood actress would be a whore is also interesting. Gives one pause for thought on the recent show, via Hollywood's actor/actress crowd, wearing black for the cause How many months in advance was this planned so the tinsel town crowd could have all their designer gowns done in black?

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 A newly-declassified CIA memo has revealed that the agency had a hand in setting up Jordan’s King Hussein with a Jewish Hollywood actress, who was later killed by their son.

The document, first reported on by USA Today, explains the agency’s role in assisting Hussein’s 1959 trip to the United States to ensure continued American foreign aid to his country.
The memo says that the 24-year-old king “was especially desirous of female companionship during his Los Angeles visit and it was requested that appropriate arrangements be made through a controlled source of the Office in order to assure a satisfied visit.” Hussein would go on to meet with a divorced 32-year-old B-list movie actress named Susan Cabot (born Harriet Shapiro), who appeared in movies like “Sorority Girl” and “The Wasp Woman.”
Susan Cabot
Hussein, who was also divorced at the time, so much enjoyed spending time with Cabot that the CIA arranged for her to meet him in New York later that month. According to the CIA memo, Cabot was told by her handler, “We want you to go to bed with him.”
 The actress said that she rejected the proposal (Did she? I don't think so. Since, in the same sentence it's reported she did attend Hussein's party)  but finally went to [Hussein’s] party, the memo continued. “She became quite taken with the foreign official and found him to be most charming.” Their relationships lasted several years.
Cabot gave birth in 1961 to her son Timothy, (Fathered by Hussein) who was adopted by her second husband Michael Roman after they married in 1968. Timothy Roman was born a dwarf but, according to the Los Angeles Times, eventually grew to 5’4” thanks to “thrice-weekly injections of a hormone derived from the pituitary glands of cadavers. A former attorney once called him a ‘failed human experiment.’”
Cabot, who later struggled with mental illness, was found dead in her home in 1986, bludgeoned to death with a weightlifting bar. Timothy Roman was charged with involuntary manslaughter. He claimed that she had attacked him first, and that his aggressive reaction was due to the drugs he was forced to take. During the trial, it emerged that Cabot had received $1,500 a month from the Keeper of the King’s Purse in Jordan. “For better or worse, it looks like child support,” attorney Chester Leo Smith wrote in court filings.
Roman was convicted in 1989. He had already spent two and a half years in jail, so was sentenced to time served plus three years' probation. He died in 2003 and his ashes were reportedly scattered at sea.
Hussein would go on to be married three more times. He led the country until his death in 1999. His official biography website does not mention Cabot or Roman.

Thursday, January 11, 2018

Putin: Drone Provocateurs Known, Turkey Uninvolved. Intercepted Ship Update

I'd noticed a couple of days ago- there was an alternative media push suggesting Turkey had been behind the drone attack. The claim was the impetus for my use of translate for the Kommersant article.. which was linked to an alt site claiming Turkey was behind the attack. Except when I read the kommersant article ,'cause that's the way I do things here, there was nothing to substantiate this claim.



Drone Attack Russia/Syria- US Spy Aircraft Present During Attack

 Sputnik:

 Putin said. And I'm quoting, large sized and in red:

While speaking about the recent drone attack on Russian Hmeymim base in Syria, Vladimir Putin said that he believed Turkey had nothing to do with the issue amid the reports that alleged, the drones had been delivered from Turkey.
"There were provocateurs there but they were not Turks, we know who was that… We know, how much and whom they have paid for this provocation," Putin said.
The attack was a provocation, aimed at undermining Russia's relations with partners, including Turkey, Vladimir Putin said, adding that Russia had taken additional measures to protect its military facilities in Syria.
"Firstly, these are provocations aimed at the collapse of the earlier reached agreements. Secondly, that is also an attempt to destroy our relations with partners — Turkey and Iran. We clearly understand that and therefore we will show solidarity," Putin said.
 The Russian leader also said that the attacks had been thoroughly planned.
"Concerning the attacks, we have no doubts that they had been well prepared, we know when and where these drones were transferred, as well as the number of drones," Putin added.
 Putin tells Erdoğan that he knows who was behind attack on Russia's Syria bases

Russian President Vladimir Putin told his Turkish counterpart that he knows which "provocateur" was behind a drone attack which targeted Russian military bases in Syria earlier this month.
During the phone call initiated by Putin, the Russian president stated that Turkey had nothing to do with the drone attack on military targets in Syria.
 Unless Putin is lying? And I really don't think that's the case.

About that freighter "loaded with weapons"intercepted by Greece, allegedly bound for Libya??  
Or so the Greek media is claiming- As is some of the so called alternative media.

Saw this report earlier, but, it gave me pause for thought. Why, you ask?

Because Turkey and Greece have been 'tit for tat' with one another over the coup plotters that Greece has kept safe. Or gave safe passage to? Whichever? Then there is Cyprus.

This is also not the first time Greece has targeted a  claimed Turkish ship- The incident reported on in 2017 claimed the ship was Turkish flagged Greek coastguard opens fire on Turkish flagged ship

 The dramatically labelled "bomb ship was NOT flagged as Turkish. It was Tanzanian flagged
The US also has it's sights set on destabilizing Turkey for the remake the region agenda that's been discussed.

Earlier reports regarding this ship had it headed to Djibouti. And Oman. 
 The explosives were reportedly loaded on the freighter in the southern Turkish port city of Mersin and destined for Djibouti and Oman.

If these weapons were actually loaded at Mersin, who loaded them?

Keeping in mind that the US has naval facilities in Mersin

Map From here


Keeping in mind : The Pentagon's 2.2 Billion Dollar Arms Pipeline




Who was actually shipping the weapons?  

How about this scenario?

 Weapons are loaded by a private contractor at the US naval facility in Mersin. The captain takes his cargo out to sea heading for their destination, which may or may not have changed along the way.  ("The ship's captain was later instructed by its owner to deliver the explosives to the Libyan port city of Misrata, the coast guard said") It's entirely plausibe that those who loaded the weapons tipped off the Greeks. Because the Greeks acted on a tip.(Greek authorities stopped the ship south of Crete and brought it ashore after receiving a tip)And the tit for tat continues. 


Wednesday, January 10, 2018

Snow Falls In Sahara Desert- 2nd Year in A Row

I’m at a loss just what to post here today- So I’m going with some interesting and unusual reports Link

On Sunday (7 January), one of the most unlikely places on our planet witnessed snowfall – the Sahara desert. Sand dunes in the Algerian town of Ain Sefra were blanketed by a 16-inch thick layer of snow when an unexpected winter storm struck the area in the early hours of the day.

The snow cover stayed for a few hours before melting down with rising temperatures. This was only the third snowfall to be recorded in the town, which experiences temperatures around 40°C during summers and is also known as 'The Gateway to the Desert'. 
An Earther report describes that the atmospheric rarity came to bear as a blast of cold air linked with a low-pressure weather over the western Mediterranean entered the town, bringing snowfall with it.

The same thing happened last year too but before that snowfall in the region occurred in 1979 and that too only for half an hour.

Photographer Karim Bouchetata, who captured the latest snow cover over sand dunes, told Daily Mail, "We were really surprised when we woke up to see snow again. It stayed all day on Sunday and began melting at around 5pm."

 Over a foot of snow in the Sahara Desert
 The world's largest desert was blanketed in 16 inches of snow in the town of Ain Sefra in Algeria, also known as the "gateway to the desert."

I did cover the snow fall from last winter season??- Wait a minute, would that be 'winter' in the Sahara Desert in December/January? Is it accurate to designate that time frime as winter?
Are their differentiated seasons in that area?

Rare Snow Fall in the Sahara Desert- Only Twice in Living Memory


Tuesday, January 9, 2018

Drone Attack Russia/Syria- US Spy Aircraft Present During Attack

Sputnik Breaking News:

image from sputnik

The US Navy's Boeing P-8 Poseidon was on a patrol mission in the area between the Russian Hmeimim airbase and Tartus naval base in Syria when militants attempted to attack the facilities using 13 drones, the ministry revealed on Tuesday.
"… This forces us to take a fresh look at the strange coincidence that, during the attack of UAV terrorists on Russian military facilities in Syria, the Navy reconnaissance aircraft Poseidon was on patrol over the Mediterranean Sea for more than 4 hours at an altitude of 7 thousand meters, between Tartus and Hmeimim," the ministry said.
After preventing the attack, the Russian military analyzed the design of and ammunition inside the seized UAVs, saying that such drones could have been supplied to the militants only by a country that is capable of "providing satellite navigation and remote control for the dropping of explosive devices." Later in the day, the Pentagon issued a statement saying that such drones could be bought on "the open market."
I'd noticed yesterday there were a number of stories presenting that very idea, drones used bought on the open market, one as an example from  The Aviationist.
I found both the claim and that article not credible
"What are those technologies that are being talked about?" the ministry asked. A spokesperson also called for the Pentagon to reveal where this market is "located and what special service is selling space reconnaissance data" to militants.
I put a kommersant article through google translate..
On Monday, the Ministry of Defense reported on the attack of radical Islamists on Russian military facilities. According to the military, the militants used 13 unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) with improvised explosive devices (IEDs) to attack the air base at Khmeimim and the support point in Tartus. None of them achieved their goal, and three unmanned aircraft were captured. The military argue that the assembly of UAVs without the help of specialists who understand, for example, in the technology of homing an aircraft-type UAV on satellite GPS coordinates, is impossible. Now the intelligence services are studying the mixtures used in the manufacture of explosives - this should help them calculate the delivery channels of IED components to militants.

The first information about the attack of militants from the air appeared on the night of January 6: several military and diplomatic sources told Kommersant that the air defense and EW units stationed in Khmeimim and Tartous successfully repelled the attack
On Monday, the Defense Ministry specified that the air defense systems then identified "13 small-sized air targets of unknown identity" approaching Russian facilities. According to the results of the data received, the military realized that it was a question of ten shock UAVs aimed at Khmeimim, and three more - to Tartus
Of these, six EW units were able to take control: three drones were successfully planted near the base, three detonated during a collision with the ground. According to Kommersant's information, it was possible to do this in a short time because the UAVs were moved by analog, rather than digital control. 
The remaining seven unmanned aerial vehicles were destroyed by the calculations of the Pantsir-S1 air defense missile systems. "There are no injured or material damage at Russian military facilities, the facilities continue to function in a planned mode," the Defense Ministry added.
Janes
A total of 13 unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), operated by unidentified militants, were reportedly brought down over Syria by Russian anti-aircraft missiles and electronic counter-measures on the night of 5/6 January.

The UAVs were being used to conduct improvised explosive device (IED) attacks targeting Russia’s Humaymim airbase in Latakia province and its naval base in Tartous. No casualties or damage were reported.

A statement by the Russian ministry of defence claimed that the UAVs had a GPS-based guidance system and were launched at a range of at least 50 km, and had a likely maximum range of 100 km.

 hattip to anonymous for this comment
U.S. RECONNAISSANCE AIRCRAFT WAS PATROLLING MEDITERRANEAN SEA IN DRONE ATTACK ATTEMPT ON RUSSIAN BASES IN SYRIA - RUSSIAN DEFENSE MINISTRY

Drones that attacked Russian military bases in Syria could have been shipped only from U.S. - Russian senator


ONLY UNITED STATES COULD BE SUPPLIER OF DRONES THAT ATTACKED RUSSIAN MILITARY BASES IN SYRIA - FEDERATION COUNCIL MEMBER, FORMER RUSSIAN AEROSPACE FORCES COMMANDER BONDAREV

I'll update if and when necessary.

From yesterday:

Frigid Cold Ends For Now; NOAA Wrong on Great Lakes; Global Warming & Iran