The FRN Daily News Brief 2020-07-04

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This Daily FRN News Brief is a summary of 6, articles about Anglo-5, Colombia, Headline-News, Latin-America, United-States, Venezuela, Finance, United-Kingdom, Afghanistan, Eurasia, Politics, Russia, Canada.

Tags in this brief: Colombia, Deep State, Imperialism, USA, Venezuela, War, Coronavirus Fraud, Economy, Lockdown, UK, Benjamin Franklin, BRI, Confucius, Jefferson, July 4, Matthew Ehret, New Silk Road, Regime Change, Slavery, Soros, Trump, Afghanistan, Donald Trump, Geopolitics, Russia, Taliban, Belt And Road.

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MAJOR: Giving Venezuela a Break? US Troops Ordered to LEAVE Colombia

Published 2020-07-04 22:10:53 by Drago Bosnic in Anglo-5, Colombia, Headline-News, Latin-America, United-States, Venezuela

CARACAS/WASHINGTON, D.C. – US troops have been ordered to suspend activities in Colombia for 48 hours after a court ruled that their presence in the South American country was unlawful. The finding came after legal action was initiated by a group of opposition senators, arguing that President Ivan Duque had deliberately violated the constitutional requirement that the entry of foreign troops into Colombia must be debated in the Senate, Morning Post reported. At least 53 US soldiers were sent to Colombia on June 1 as part of a so-called Security Force Assistance Brigade, ostensibly to conduct counter-narcotics operations. But neighboring… Continue ->

Tags: Colombia, Deep State, Imperialism, USA, Venezuela, War


Where did the Corona Suddenly go? UK Chancellor Urges Public to Head Back to Pubs, Restaurants to Help Save the Economy

Published 2020-07-04 21:40:49 by Drago Bosnic in Anglo-5, Finance, Headline-News, United-Kingdom

LONDON – Chancellor Rishi Sunak urged Britain to “eat out to help out” in a bid to boost the economy as it emerges from a lockdown slump. The chancellor said he was “worried about a generation that is scarred by coronavirus” amid reports of job losses across the UK. “This is a consumption-driven economy,” he told The Times, adding, “People used to, three months ago, go out with their friends or family to go and have a meal.” “Or buy a car, or upgrade their house, or move house. Go camping, come up to the Yorkshire Dales and go to… Continue ->

Tags: Coronavirus Fraud, Economy, Lockdown, UK


The International Dimensions of 1776 and How an Age of Reason Was Subverted

Published 2020-07-04 21:17:17 by Matthew Ehret in Headline-News, United-Kingdom, United-States

This July 4th, a larger-than-usual shadow is cast upon America which has come face-to-face with some serious historic reckonings. While the existence of an oligarchy and international “deep state” should not be ignored as a political force of history- arranging wars, assassinations and promoting economic enslavement of people and nations throughout the centuries, the guilt cannot entirely be placed on this apparatus. As Shakespeare’s Cassius once said to Brutus “our fate… is not in our stars, but in ourselves, that we are underlings.” The mob which Shakespeare mocked as a mindless instrument of tyrants in his play Julius Caesar, has… Continue ->

Tags: Benjamin Franklin, BRI, Confucius, Deep State, Jefferson, July 4, Matthew Ehret, New Silk Road, Regime Change, Slavery, Soros, Trump


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REVEALED: Even US Spy Agencies Express Doubt Over ‘Russian Bounties’ Hoax

Published 2020-07-04 20:56:39 by Drago Bosnic in Afghanistan, Anglo-5, Eurasia, Headline-News, Politics, Russia, United-States

WASHINGTON, D.C. – A fresh intelligence memo casts doubts on the media-pedaled story that US spy agencies were dead sure that Russia supposedly offered to pay Afghan militants to kill Americans, according to a new report. The two-and-a-half-page memo was prepared by the National Intelligence Council (NIC) and is dated July 1, The New York Times reported, citing officials. The document said that the CIA and the National Counterterrorism Center had “medium confidence” in the reports that Moscow offered bounties for attacking Western troops in Afghanistan. However, the National Security Agency (NSA) and other spy agencies admitted that they could… Continue ->

Tags: Afghanistan, Deep State, Donald Trump, Geopolitics, Russia, Taliban, USA, War


The Art of Burganov: A Lasting Reminder of U.S.- Russia Friendship

Published 2020-07-04 14:11:25 by Matthew Ehret in Headline-News, Russia, United-States

By Edward Lozansky For many open-minded Americans and Russians it has become a tradition to congratulate each other on their independence days, which are June 12 for Russia and July 4 for America. This year we decided to note some Russian artistic works, which in the current political atmosphere might speak better than words when sending best wishes to America. We are talking about sculptures of famous Americans located in Moscow and produced by well known Russian artist Alexander Burganov.  As a side note, his sculpture of Russia’s most famous poet Alexander Pushkin is located on the campus of George… Continue ->

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Why Canada Failed the ‘Ben Franklin Challenge’ in 1776

Published 2020-07-04 00:09:36 by Matthew Ehret in Anglo-5, Canada, Headline-News, United-States

“They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety.” – Benjamin Franklin July 4th is around the corner and you may be wondering why Canada is not a part of this celebration. If you were living in the time of Benjamin Franklin, it would have appeared in all likelihood that Canada was most certainly going to be a 14th member of the 13 colonies that united to declare independence from the British Empire… but something happened and history unfolding in another manner. This may be a difficult story to hear for… Continue ->

Tags: Belt And Road, Benjamin Franklin, Confucius, Matthew Ehret


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