The FRN Daily News Brief 2019-06-28

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This Daily FRN News Brief is a summary of 11, articles about Anglo-5, Democracy, Headline-News, Interview, Opinions, Politics, United-States, Brazil, Eurasia, Latin-America, Russia, Defense, Iran, Mena, China, Venezuela, Lithuania, Nato, Lugansk, Ukraine, United-Kingdom.

Tags in this brief: Andrew Yang, Censorship, Center For Syncretic Studies, CSS, Elections, Joaquin Flores, NBC, Presidential Debate, Tim Kirby, Yang Gang, YangGang, Bolsonaro, Brazil, BRICS, G20, Putin, Russia, Iran, S-400, China, Socialism, Xi, XJP, CIA, Maduro, US, Venezuela, Lithuania, NATO, American Politics, Democracy, Democratic Party, Democratic Primaries, Election, Politics, Casualties, Donbass, DPR, Lpr, Lugansk, Punitive, UAF, Ukraine Army, Aircraft, Atlanticism, Diplomacy, England, May, Salisbury, Sanctions, Skripal, UK, Ruble, USD, Yuan.

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Table of Contents

VIDEO – Who is Andrew Yang? NBC silenced him, but what’s he really all about?

Published 2019-06-28 21:08:50 by FRN Editorial Board in Anglo-5, Democracy, Headline-News, Interview, Opinions, Politics, United-States

Last night millions of Americans saw and heard candidate Andrew Yang for the first time. Millions more had already  heard about him and were familiar with his seemingly controversial UBI proposal of “$1,000 per adult in the US, no questions asked.” Of course thinking people are already skeptical of how mainstream media may be manipulating us into believing that a relatively acceptable candidate is somehow counter-current. NBC and the mainstream media are well aware of the real polling – the public distrusts them. Is it possible then, that one way to reel, or troll, back in support for the system… Continue ->

Tags: Andrew Yang, Censorship, Center For Syncretic Studies, CSS, Elections, Joaquin Flores, NBC, Presidential Debate, Tim Kirby, Yang Gang, YangGang

Kremlin: ‘Putin had the opportunity to get to know Brazilian President Bolsonaro well’

Published 2019-06-28 20:05:22 by Paul Antonopoulos in Brazil, Eurasia, Headline-News, Latin-America, Russia

OSAKA – Russian President Vladimir Putin has met for the first time with his Brazilian colleague Jair Bolsonaro at the BRICS meeting in Osaka, Japan, at the G20 summit, said Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov. He explained that Brazil acted as host and chair of the BRICS informal meeting, with which the day of the Russian leader at the G20 summit began on Friday. “While waiting for other participants, Putin had the opportunity to get to know Brazilian President Bolsonaro well, it was their first meeting and they had the chance to have a good conversation,” Peskov revealed. According to the… Continue ->

Tags: Bolsonaro, Brazil, BRICS, G20, Putin, Russia

MAJOR: Russia is willing to supply S-400 systems to Iran

Published 2019-06-28 18:59:09 by Paul Antonopoulos in Defense, Eurasia, Headline-News, Iran, Mena, Russia

MOSCOW – Jun 28, 2019 – Russia is willing to provide S-400 air defense systems to Iran, but so far no requests have been received from Tehran, the Federal Service for Military-Technical Cooperation (FSMTC) press office said on Friday. “We are open to negotiations on the supply of S-400 Triumph air defense systems, including Iran. In addition, this equipment is not subject to restrictions imposed by United Nations Security Council Resolution 2231 of 20 June 2015. We have not received any official request from our partners on this issue,” said the FSMTC press office on the 2019 ARMY forum. FSMTC… Continue ->

Tags: Iran, Russia, S-400

What kind of leader is Xi Jinping? China’s Futurism and Meritocracy in brief

Published 2019-06-28 18:18:27 by Guest Author in China, Eurasia, Headline-News, Opinions

By  Robin Daverman What kind of leader is Xi Jinping? He’s somebody who will deal with shit. I mean it literally. In 1974, Xi volunteered to go to Liangjiahe, a dirt-poor village in Northwestern China. His dad was getting the rough treatment during the Cultural Revolution, so he probably felt that getting out of Beijing was a safer move. So he volunteered. There he was, second from the left. China’s GDP per capita in the 70’s was around $100 per year, which is obviously not great. But Liangjiahe was a totally different ball game. It was a famously poor place…. Continue ->

Tags: China, Socialism, Xi, XJP

MAJOR: Advisor responsible for the coup attempt in Venezuela is a CIA agent

Published 2019-06-28 16:39:56 by Paul Antonopoulos in Anglo-5, Headline-News, Latin-America, United-States, Venezuela

CARACAS – Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro described the former adviser Iván Simonovis as a murderer and was blamed for the violence that occurred during the 2002 coup against Hugo Chavez. Maduro said the former adviser had always been an agent of the US Central Intelligence Agency. “The assassin [Ivan] Simonovis was received as a hero in Washington, as a CIA agent who has been his whole life, he is a murderer, a criminal, a murderous murderer […],” Maduro said. Simonovis was under house arrest, from which he escaped on 16 May last. The former aide spoke about the escape plan… Continue ->

Tags: CIA, Maduro, US, Venezuela

Why is little Lithuania preparing to start a war with Russia?

Published 2019-06-28 15:35:26 by Paul Antonopoulos in Eurasia, Headline-News, Lithuania, Nato, Russia

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VILNIUS – Jun 28, 2019 – The likelihood of “Russian aggression” against Lithuania is low, but in the Baltic country there is still anti-Russian hysteria and preparation for an unlikely war, writes National Interest magazine. The magazine indicates that Lithuania is concerned about the modernization of the Russian army over the past five years and the strengthening of the border region of Kaliningrad. Lithuanian power understands that the probability of a Russian attack is “low”, but some still believe that Moscow sees the Baltic as “temporarily lost territory.” Forces of Russia According to the Lithuanian Ministry of Defense, the neighboring… Continue ->

Tags: Lithuania, NATO, Russia

A Guide to the 2020 Democratic Candidates You Should Not Vote For

Published 2019-06-28 15:21:02 by Guest Author in Anglo-5, Democracy, Headline-News, Opinions, Politics, United-States

By Weston David Pagano – The purpose of the Democratic primary process is to vet each candidate and choose the best one. They’re applying for a job for which you pay the salary, and a thorough background check is in order. Regardless of campaign promises and convenient claims of evolution, uncovering and addressing the potential nominees’ past actions is crucial, as it’s a politician’s record that best predicts how they might govern in the future. This guide focuses on the four “major” candidates that come with the most concerns: Joe Biden, Pete Buttigieg, Kamala Harris, and Robert Francis “Beto” O’Rourke…. Continue ->

Tags: American Politics, Democracy, Democratic Party, Democratic Primaries, Election, Politics

Ukraine’s Army has 19 Killed, 143 Wounded in June

Published 2019-06-28 15:06:20 by Joaquin Flores in Eurasia, Headline-News, Lugansk, Ukraine

LUGANSK – The losses of the Ukrainian troops in the zone of the so-called “OOS – Operation of the United Forces” in June amounted to 19 people killed and 143 people wounded. This was announced by the head of the press service of the People’s Police Department of the LPR, Yakov Osadchy. “The commander of “OOS ”, General (Alexander) Syrsky, does not stop increasing losses among his personnel, which, according to official data, amounted to seven killed and 64 wounded. However, based on the published information of Ukrainian volunteer organizations and official data of military hospitals, we can conclude that… Continue ->

Tags: Casualties, Donbass, DPR, Lpr, Lugansk, Punitive, UAF, Ukraine Army

NATO calculates aerial interceptions it has with Russian aircraft

Published 2019-06-28 14:32:30 by Paul Antonopoulos in Eurasia, Headline-News, Nato, Russia

BRUSSELS – Todd Walters, the new NATO Joint Commander in Chief, revealed the frequency of alliance interceptions by Russian aircraft. According to Walters, for every interception of NATO aircraft by Russian aircraft three interceptions of Russian aircraft by alliance aircraft are carried out. On Thursday, the US general participated in a forum in Brussels, where he was asked if Russia was trying to “test” the capabilities of the alliance in the air. Walters said that NATO makes three interceptions of Russian aircraft for each interception of its aircraft conducted by Russian aircraft, indicating that there is a lot of activity… Continue ->

Tags: Aircraft, NATO, Russia

Anti-diplomacy: May tells Putin that England does not want normalized relations with Russia

Published 2019-06-28 13:58:45 by Joaquin Flores in Anglo-5, Eurasia, Headline-News, Nato, Russia, United-Kingdom

OSAKA – The normalization of relations between Britain and Russia is still impossible, according to British Prime Minister Theresa May in her comments to Russian President Vladimir Putin on the G20 sidelines in Osaka, the Press Association reported, citing a representative of the British Prime Minister. According to him, the meeting discussed the incident in Salisbury, the conflict in Ukraine, the Iranian nuclear deal and the situation in Syria. “Normalization of our bilateral relations is impossible until Russia stops its irresponsible and destabilizing actions,” said a spokesman for May. “The prime minister made it clear that the United Kingdom has irrefutable evidence that… Continue ->

Tags: Atlanticism, Diplomacy, England, Iran, May, Putin, Russia, Salisbury, Sanctions, Skripal, UK

Russia and China agree to attack US dollar by trading in local currencies

Published 2019-06-28 13:26:42 by Paul Antonopoulos in Anglo-5, China, Eurasia, Headline-News, Russia, United-States

MOSCOW – Russian Finance Minister Anton Siluanov and Chinese People’s Bank governor Yi Gang on June 5 signed an intergovernmental agreement to use ruble and yuan in mutual payments. The information was published by the Izvestiya newspaper on Friday, citing a letter from the Russian Ministry of Finance. According to the newspaper, the information on the agreement is in a letter from Deputy Finance Minister Sergei Storchak to the Chairman of the Financial Chamber Committee of the Lower House of the Russian Parliament, Anatoly Aksakov. The letter was a response to Aksakov’s request to intensify the ministry in agreements with… Continue ->

Tags: China, Ruble, Russia, USD, Yuan

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