The FRN Daily News Brief 2019-03-09

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This Daily FRN News Brief is a summary of 11, articles about Headline-News, Latin-America, United-States, Venezuela, Eurasia, Ukraine, Eu, Anglo-5, Czech-Republic, Color-Revolution, Russia, Crimea, Italy, Opinions, Politics, Donbass, China.

Tags in this brief: Cyber Attack, Explosion, Power Outage, Venezuela, Corruption, Elections, Military, Poroshenko, Ukraine, Eu, IMF, World Bank, Czech Republic, Fort Trump, NATO, Occupation, Poland, Electricity Cut-Off, Guaido, Juan Guaidó, Maduro, Rubio, Terrorism, USA, Ambassador, Bomb, Dipomat, Foreign Ministry, Moscow Airport, Provocation, Sheremetyevo Airport, Conte, Italy, Salvini, Sanctions, Baptism, Confederacy, Economy, Evangelism, Great Awakening, Guttenberg, Hope, Leadership, Meme, Microsoft, Robert E Lee, Ronald Thomas West, War, Basurin, Donbass, DPR, Fragging, UAF, Ukraine Military, Bolton, Interventionism, ISIS, Trump, US, China, Russia, Trade War.

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Table of Contents

Venezuela Terrorism? Explosion is Second attack on power grid in two days – Guaido blames Maduro

Published 2019-03-09 21:41:20 by Tom Winter in Headline-News, Latin-America, United-States, Venezuela

We collect El Nacional, Tass, the AP, and Marco Rubio to tell this story. El Nacional Citizens have reported an explosion at the Sidor substation (Guayana), near the Ciudad Bolívar national highway. [Ciudad Bolivar is the capital of the Bolivar State of Venezuela -tr] In the images you can see the flames that surround the structure located in an industrial area. The authorities have not ruled on the situation. A citizen’s tweet is included in the El Nacional report. It blames the explosion on “lack of maintenance”!: strong explosion Subway Station Guayana B. National Road Cd Bolívar after the Port… Continue ->

Tags: Cyber Attack, Explosion, Power Outage, Venezuela

Poroshenko is Preparing to Flee Ukraine, says ex-minister

Published 2019-03-09 19:33:50 by Joaquin Flores in Eurasia, Headline-News, Ukraine

Former Minister of Economy of Ukraine, Vladimir Lanovoy, said that the current President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko is preparing to run abroad, to flee, in the event of his defeat in the elections. In his article for the Glavred magazine, the ex-minister explained that Poroshenko himself was aware that he would not be able to remain as president for a second term. And in this case, the flight from the country is for him the only way to avoid criminal prosecution. Published on: Mar 9, 2019 @ 19:33 The author of the article is confident that the head of the Ukrainian state deliberately delays… Continue ->

Tags: Corruption, Elections, Military, Poroshenko, Ukraine

IMF, World Bank, and EU Support Corruption in Ukraine

Published 2019-03-09 17:42:57 by Tom Winter in Eu, Eurasia, Headline-News, Ukraine

The International Monetary Fund, World Bank, and European Union support the corrupt system in Ukraine with billions in credits. Only in exceptional cases does the money drive important reforms. [Published December 20 in Germany]  Florian Hassel, in Süddeutsche Zeitung It has been two years since the Ukrainian Minister of Finance had to nationalize the country’s largest bank. The Privat Bank, which belonged to the oligarchs Igor Kolomoisky and Gennadi Boholyubov, had been bankrupted by massive lending to insiders and other questionable maneuvers. The Treasury Secretary had to pay $ 5.5 billion in tax credits to save the bank, well over… Continue ->

Tags: Corruption, Eu, IMF, World Bank

PAY FOR YOUR OCCUPATION! Trump Proposes 150% Tribute for its EU Satellites

Published 2019-03-09 16:53:20 by Joaquin Flores in Anglo-5, Czech-Republic, Eu, Headline-News, United-States

WASHINGTON – On March 8th President Donald Trump proposed during a discussion with Czech Prime Minister Babis, that every country in the European Union, where American soldiers are stationed, will have to pay the United States 150% of the cost of their maintenance. In direct terms, that is the billed cost plus 50%. The first details of the negotiations between the US President and Czech Prime Minister Andrei Babis became known. Now the White House is working on a system according to which each country in which American soldiers are stationed will have to pay 150 percent of the cost… Continue ->

Tags: Czech Republic, Eu, Fort Trump, NATO, Occupation, Poland

MADURO: Venezuela Will Respond Decisively to the U.S Terrorist Attack on our Electric System

Published 2019-03-09 16:21:34 by Joaquin Flores in Color-Revolution, Headline-News, Latin-America, United-States, Venezuela

CARACAS – Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has promised that the country will decisively and effectively respond to every act of aggression by the United States against Venezuela. This was the message he wrote on March 9th,  on his Twitter , in reference to the American attack on Venezuela’s electric system. Millions of citizens were left without electricity for over 24 hours, as technicians scrambled to repair the sabotaged system and get the system back up. El imperio de los EE.UU., una vez más, subestima la conciencia y determinación del pueblo venezolano. Les aseguro, que cada intento de agresión imperial se… Continue ->

Tags: Electricity Cut-Off, Guaido, Juan Guaidó, Maduro, Rubio, Terrorism, USA, Venezuela


Published 2019-03-09 15:46:56 by Joaquin Flores in Eurasia, Headline-News, Russia, United-States

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MOSCOW – An employee of the US Embassy has just been apprehended trying to bring a bomb into Moscow Sheremetyevo Airport. This breaking news was just announced by Russian state-owned news organization, TASS – with referencing an official statement from the Russian Foreign Ministry, and confirmed by FRN. After the projectile was taken from the US consular services staffer, the American diplomat was escorted to a departure gate by a special police unit, where they were flown to New York City. While the diplomat was in violation of Russian law, and the act is considered under Russia’s jurisdiction as a… Continue ->

Tags: Ambassador, Bomb, Dipomat, Foreign Ministry, Moscow Airport, Provocation, Sheremetyevo Airport, Terrorism

Goal of Italian PM: End Anti-Russian Sanctions

Published 2019-03-09 14:37:03 by Tom Winter in Crimea, Eu, Eurasia, Headline-News, Italy, Russia

Vice PM tells WaPo to compare Crimea referendum to fake Maidan revolution Novorosinform: The abolition of anti-Russian sanctions remains the goal of the Italian government. This was stated by Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte. According to him, the removal of restrictive measures will reduce tensions between countries. At the same time, Conte noted that the lifting of sanctions will “not happen tomorrow morning,” but this remains the goal of the Italian government. Earlier, Ukrainian political analyst Andrey Yermolayev said that the EU, instead of supporting Ukraine, is preparing to reset relations with Russia. “What we are raising to the rank… Continue ->

Tags: Conte, Italy, Salvini, Sanctions

Leadership in a Time of Crisis

Published 2019-03-09 11:28:27 by Ronald Thomas West in Anglo-5, Opinions, Politics, United-States

This essay is perhaps best introduced as describing where you WILL NOT find leadership and why. It is in an American historical context with superimposed Native American derived story-telling format; where interrelated metadata is strung together in such a way as to challenge the American expression of the Western cultural assumptions. It will be best understood by (and deliberately presents a challenge to) those fairly competent in the American historical & social context. However this essay might also be of interest to those international readers wishing to explore any of several aspects of the American character development, especially in regards… Continue ->

Tags: Baptism, Confederacy, Economy, Evangelism, Great Awakening, Guttenberg, Hope, Leadership, Meme, Microsoft, Robert E Lee, Ronald Thomas West, War

MAJOR: Ukrainian Soldiers Kill their Commander after being Forced to Commit War-crimes – non-combat losses now exceed 10,000

Published 2019-03-09 11:13:51 by Joaquin Flores in Donbass, Eurasia, Headline-News, Ukraine

DONETSK, DPR – Ukrainian servicemen shot and killed their commander,  Sergei Sobko, in the aftermath of being forced to commit war-crimes for a Ukrainian media public relations spectacle. The killing happened immediately after an incident where the commander was scolding the troops in his command for drinking alcohol. This was announced by the official representative of the operational command of the DPR, Eduard Basurin. According to Basurin, it happened on March 6th in the 128th separate mountain-assault brigade of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, where the lieutenant at night allegedly discovered that a group of soldiers were drunk. The soldiers… Continue ->

Tags: Basurin, Donbass, DPR, Fragging, UAF, Ukraine Military

‘Islamic State of Venezuela’ – Guaido Proven Useless, Handlers Exposed – U.S May Launch ‘Next Phase’

Published 2019-03-09 08:34:33 by Guest Author in Color-Revolution, Headline-News, Latin-America, Opinions, Venezuela

With the US’s plans to oust Chavismo in Venezuela, project ‘Guaido’ being a total failure, Bruno Sgarzini concludes that U.S has only instability and an ‘Islamic State’ left to create. – ed, Flores * By Bruno Sgarzini – A chronicle published by Orlando Avendaño in the reactionary PanamPost affirms that the concept of the “interim presidency” of Juan Guaidó arose in a meeting at the headquarters of the Organization of American States (OAS). According to Avendaño, in that meeting on December 14th, the Secretary General, Luis Almagro, along with Julio Borges, Leopoldo Lopez, Maria Corina Machado and Antonio Ledezma, defined… Continue ->

Tags: Bolton, Guaido, Interventionism, ISIS, Maduro, Trump, US, Venezuela

US-China Trade War and anti-Russia Sanctions Creates Sino-Russian Trade Increase

Published 2019-03-09 07:15:16 by Joaquin Flores in China, Eurasia, Headline-News, Russia, United-States

BEIJING – The trade turnover between Russia and China in January-February increased by 1.7% on an annualized basis and decreased by 19.9% ​​over the same period between China and the United States. This was revealed on March 8th by the Main Customs Administration of China. Today, the volume of trade in Moscow and Beijing is $ 16 billion, with $ 6.83 billion in February alone. Exports of Chinese products fell by 4.8% to $ 7.07 billion, while imports of Russian goods increased by 7.5% to $ 8.97 billion. Russia has worked to fill certain gaps created by the US imposed sanctions… Continue ->

Tags: China, Russia, Trade War, USA

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