This Daily FRN News Brief is a summary of 6, articles about Anglo-5, Headline-News, Iran, Mena, United-States, Eurasia, North-Korea, Germany, Syria, Opinions, Politics, Kosovo, Serbia, Interview.
Tags in this brief: Iran, US, Bolton, DPRK, Korea, Al Qaeda, Daesh, Germany, ISIS, Syria, White Helmets, Politics, Polls, United States, Kosovo, Serbia, Arturo Gal, Indus News, Mob Mentality, Social Psychology.
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Table of Contents
- Iranian commander on U.S: ‘Negotiating with the devil does not bear fruit’
- Bolton is ‘war fanatic’ and wants to destroy peace, says North Korea
- Why do ISIS ‘White Helmets’ have German medical supplies?
- VIDEO – Tim Kirby: Are opinion polls reliable?
- MAJOR: As war brews, Serbian police in Kosovo arrested by occupying Albanian forces (VIDEOS)
- VIDEO – ARTURO GAL: Manipulating Mob Behaviour
Published 2019-05-28 19:03:25 by Paul Antonopoulos in Anglo-5, Headline-News, Iran, Mena, United-States
TEHRAN – Donald Trump said on Sunday that the United States will supposedly come to terms with Tehran, but Iranian officials seem unwilling to sit down at the negotiating table. A senior official of Iran’s elite military force ruled out peace talks with the United States, referring to Washington as the “Great Satan.” “Negotiating with the devil, says the Koran, does not bear fruit,” said Admiral Ali Fadavi, deputy coordinator of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard, according to Fars News. The Pentagon deployed an aircraft carrier and a fleet of B-52 bombers in the Middle East, as well as Patriot missiles… Continue ->
Tags: Iran, US
Published 2019-05-28 17:30:41 by Paul Antonopoulos in Anglo-5, Eurasia, Headline-News, North-Korea, United-States
PYONGYANG – US national security adviser John Bolton is a “war fanatic” and a “defective human product” that works to destroy peace rather than maintain it, the North Korean Foreign Ministry said. The tough assessment, quoted by state news agency KCNA, comes after US adviser Donald Trump criticized Pyongyang for recently conducting short-range missile tests. Bolton said the exercises had no doubt violated UN resolutions. In response, the North Korean Foreign Ministry argued that the complete elimination of missile tests would completely damage the country’s national security. “Prohibiting launches using ballistic technology is the same as telling us to give… Continue ->
Tags: Bolton, DPRK, Korea
Published 2019-05-28 14:55:20 by Paul Antonopoulos in Eurasia, Germany, Headline-News, Mena, Syria
HAMA – The Syrian Army has found supplies of medical equipment, some of them German-made, at a field hospital allegedly owned by the White Helmets group, SANA state news agency reported. The agency quoted unidentified local sources as saying that the finding was made in the town of Qal’at al-Madiq in Hama province. In addition to medical supplies that included automatic external defibrillators and surgical instruments, Syrian soldiers also discovered gas masks with filters, as well as chemical protective clothing and other equipment. The discovery comes just days after Russian Rep. Vladimir Safronkov told a UN Security Council meeting that… Continue ->
Tags: Al Qaeda, Daesh, Germany, ISIS, Syria, White Helmets
Published 2019-05-28 13:24:48 by Paul Antonopoulos in Anglo-5, Headline-News, Opinions, Politics, United-States
The Center for Syncretic Studies’ Tim Kirby in this interview for Indus News discusses the correlation between polling results and actual electoral results. The show was hosted by Meshal Malik. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bS9g6bYtZCs Brookings asked the question of whether we can trust polls? Under the best of circumstances, they argue, the answer is “Not necessarily without a fair amount of detailed information about how they were conducted.” This general note of caution applies at any time to any poll consumer. But today, with polls proliferating in the media and with methodological concerns increasing within the polling industry, caution is even more warranted…. Continue ->
Tags: Politics, Polls, United States
Published 2019-05-28 12:41:25 by Paul Antonopoulos in Eurasia, Headline-News, Kosovo, Serbia
OCCUPIED KOSOVO, Serbia – May 28, 2019 – According to local media, the so-called Kosovo [Albanian] Special Forces (ROSU) entered Serbian settlements in the north of the region and detained several Serbian police. This morning, the ROSU invaded four Serbian settlements in the north of the region and detained several Serbian policemen. The Serbian Armed Forces have been put on high alert. https://youtu.be/PX7HhSYpHfc The Tanjug news agency reports that at least 13 Serb policemen have been detained by ROSU. Unconfirmed reports point to at least one injured. https://youtu.be/Tkl48xRFHNI Earlier, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic warned that occupying Albanian authorities in Pristina… Continue ->
Tags: Kosovo, Serbia
Published 2019-05-28 11:07:38 by Paul Antonopoulos in Eurasia, Germany, Headline-News, Interview, Opinions
The Center for Syncretic Studies’ Artura Gal speaks with Indus News Meshal Malik on Mob Behaviour – how governments, groups, and politicians can manipulate these towards desired results. The French Revolution marked a key moment in history when over 40,000 noblemen and women were guillotined by ‘the mob’ during the so-called Reign of Terror, writes Patricia Casey for the Independent. It wasn’t until the late 1880s that academics began to take an interest in crowd psychology. The father of the genre was the anthropologist Gustave le Bon and his work is still important today although some of his theories have… Continue ->
Tags: Arturo Gal, Indus News, Mob Mentality, Social Psychology
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