Permalink US promotes terrorism by funding Takfiris: Putin

Russian President Vladimir Putin says the United States promotes terrorism by financing terrorists and creating division instead of strengthening unity among world nations. The Russian leader made the comments on Friday during a speech at the plenary session of the 11th meeting of the Valdai International Discussion Club in Russia’s Black Sea resort of Sochi. “In Syria, just like in old times, the US and its allies began to provide militants with direct funding and weapons to incite filling of their ranks by mercenaries from different countries,” Putin said, adding that this is how the ISIL Takfiri terrorist group has turned into a “de facto army.” “They [ISIL terrorists] are active in a highly effective manner, from the military perspective, they are real professionals,” he stated. Putin also said another reason why the ISIL has gained so much power is because the so-called anti-ISIL coalition, led by the US, is creating division among regional powers. The Russian president went on to say that such “unilateral dictatorship” does not help anti-terror efforts; instead it causes “growing chaos” in stable states. Those who support terrorism should reflect on their actions, said Putin, stressing that the same terrorists they are backing will “someday come and sow death to their countries.”

Permalink U.S. Among Only 3 Countries at U.N. Officially Backing Nazism & Holocaust-Denial; Israel Parts Company from Them; Germany Abstains

Eric Zuesse In a U.N. vote, on November 21st, only three countries — the United States, Ukraine, and Canada — voted against a resolution to condemn racist facsism, or “nazism,” and to condemn denial of Germany’s World War II Holocaust against primarily Jews. This measure passed the General Assembly, on a vote of 115 in favor, 3 against, and 55 abstentions (the abstentions were in order not to offend U.S. President Obama, who was opposed to the resolution). The measure had been presented to their General Assembly after a period of more than a decade of rising “neo-Nazi” (i.e., racist-fascist) movements in Europe, including especially in Ukraine, where two Ukrainian nazi parties were installed by the U.S. into high posts in Ukraine’s new government, immediately after the democratically elected Ukrainian President Victor Yanukovych was overthrown in a violent coup in Kiev during February of this year. [...] Ukraine voted no on this resolution because this new Ukrainian Government is the only nazi regime in the world.[...] Germany abstained from voting on this resolution because their leader, Chancellor Angela Merkel, does not want to offend the U.S. President by voting for a resolution that the U.S. Government strongly opposes; and also because, as today’s leader of the land where nazism started — in the first nazi political party, the Nazi Party of Germany — she does not want Germany to vote against a resolution that condemns Nazism.

Permalink Putin Will Not Let Nazis Overrun East Ukraine

You can read the full interview here. But the following quote is, I believe, crucial:

"Today there is fighting in eastern Ukraine. The Ukrainian central authorities have sent the armed forces there and they even use ballistic missiles. Does anybody speak about it? Not a single word. And what does it mean? What does it tell us? This points to the fact, that you want the Ukrainian central authorities to annihilate everyone there, all of their political foes and opponents. Is that what you want? We certainly don't. And we won't let it happen."

The Russian original sentence is: "Вы этого хотите? Мы не хотим. И не позволим." I personally would translate this sentence "You want that? We don't. And we will not allow this." You could also translate the last part as "we will not permit this". This is not an expression of a preference or a much more vague "we won't condone" or "we oppose". This is a very categorical statement which warns that Russia will proactively prevent such an outcome. As I said it many times here already: Russia will not let the Nazis overrun Novorussia.

Permalink The Englishman who took a bullet for Russia

I have been aware of the numerous reports by Graham Phillips from Novorussia and I knew that he had been kidnapped by Ukrainian goons not once, but twice. What always touched me in his reports was the visible fondness of the Novorussians for Graham, and in this video below you will see them calling him "Gremchik". Not even Graham (terrible!) British accent could be an obstacle for the respect and affection the Novorussians showed him (and in this video, they are clearly upset and distressed at the fact that he got hurt). I know that Graham did not truly "take a bullet for Russia", but that he probably took it for the cause of honest journalism and I would say for the Truth. But I am also quite sure that for the Novorussians it was "our Gremchik" who took a bullet for "us". In my opinion President Putin should bestow the medal "for bravery" to Graham just as he did to that other fantastic reporter, Anastasia Popopva, for her truly heroic reporting from Syria. Check out the video (left) of how Phillips was wounded. He took a shrapnel wound to his lower back and his life is not in danger. I wish him a prompt recovery and I hope that his work will finally get the recognition it deserves. And even if his courage and integrity are never recognized in the West, his example proves one more time that there is this "other West" which is not hostile to Russia at all and which is principled and honorable. - The Saker


Permalink Heartbreaking Ukraine Civilian Bombing Video

Old man breaks down seeing his wife and grandchild killed: I'll avenge
my granddaughter and wife.
Ukraine explained: Eric Zuesse on AWIP

Permalink Russian foreign ministry regrets U.S., Canada, Ukraine vote against UN resolution

Russia’s Foreign Ministry regrets the U.S., Canada and Ukraine have voted against the UN resolution on fighting glorification of Nazism, and the EU countries’ delegations have abstained from voting. “Ukraine’s position is especially regretful. It is tough to realise how a country, which people had experienced the horrors of Nazism and had made a major input in the common Victory over it, could be voting against a document, which condemns is glorification,” the Russian foreign ministry said in a statement published on Saturday. “We hope adoption of this resolution will send a clear signal to the countries, which have been facing the necessity of most decisive measures to fight the growing attempts to glorify Nazism,” the statement reads.

Combating glorification of Nazism, neo-nazism and other practices...
The Saker The US, Canada and the Ukraine refuse to condemn the heroization of Nazism


Permalink Lavrov: West seeks regime change in Russia - Video

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has accused the West of seeking a regime change in Russia through its sanctions against Moscow over the crisis in Ukraine. Lavrov made the remarks on Saturday while addressing a forum of political analysts in the Russian capital, Moscow. The West is showing unambiguously that they do not want to force (Russia) to change policy, they want to achieve a change of regime,” said Lavrov. “Now public figures in Western countries are saying that it’s necessary to introduce sanctions that would destroy the economy and rouse public protests,” Lavrov added. The top Russian diplomat also rejected comments made by US Vice President Joe Biden on Friday that Russia risks “greater isolation” if it fails in its commitments to resolving the crisis in Ukraine. “The vast majority of countries... we are continuing dialogue with them... There is no isolation,” said Lavrov.

RT.com: Western sanctions are aimed at regime change in Russia – Lavrov

Stephen Lendman Lavrov: West Wants Regime Change in Russia

Permalink CIA Should Send Lethal Military Aid to Ukraine: Former Bush Advisor

Former US President George W. Bush's National Security Advisor Stephen Hadley said stated that US should provide lethal military assistance to the Ukrainian government. The United States should provide lethal military assistance to the Ukrainian government via the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), former US President George W. Bush's National Security Advisor Stephen Hadley said. "If I were in my old job I would be thinking of lethal assistance [to Ukraine], yes. But this is why you have a CIA. This is why you have covert action. I would be thinking: do we want to do it explicitly and send a message to [Russia's President Vladimir] Putin? Or do we want to do it covertly? I think we tend now to talk too much and act too little," Hadley said during a panel discussion "Dialogue on the Crisis with Russia" at the Aspen Institute on Friday when asked if the US should provide lethal aid to Kiev. The United States was not employing the type of "integrated and vicious strategy" that was required in Ukraine, Hadley lamented.


Permalink One-Pager on Latest Developments in Russia

NONSENSE. It's never easy to pick the most idiotic anti-Russian rant but here’s the latest: “Putin’s Russia is one of the most loathsomely misogynistic countries in the world”. Fact: Russia has more women in senior management than any one else. But, it’s Russia, what do facts have to do with it?
RUBLE. Has fallen quite a lot against the USD (but so have most other currencies). Here's an analysis of the pros and cons. But the ruble price of oil is about the same.
SANCTIONS. They’re hurting Russia, but Europe more. Industrial production continues to rise in Russia but inflation is too. In Europe industrial production is down. Remember, it’s not that Russia was such a big market for the EU but that it was about the only one that was growing: Russia can substitute; the EU cannot. So why is Europe ruining itself in such a questionable cause?

Permalink Why is Russian Media so Popular? - Because Western Media has Failed - Peter Lavelle

• "(Western media) ... prefers to dwell on ... “first world problems” like pouring buckets of ice water over our heads or the condition of Kim Kardashian's butt"
• It has also lied to the people about the Iraq war, the financial crisis, and now, what is going on in Ukraine

The mainstream media’s echo chamber claim about Russian media goes something like this: “Russian media is powerful and effective because it is well-funded propaganda.” Really? Having worked in Russian media for well over a decade, I observe it focussing on foreign audiences in a very different way: it challenges the West’s hegemonic grip on shaping and controlling the global media agenda. Up until recently, western media outlets enjoyed near monopoly in defining the news agenda. It also worked in lockstep with the powers that be. Reading the op-ed pages of the Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, and the Financial Times one will quickly notice they closely mirror the foreign policies of western governments. It has been a cozy arrangement too. A pliant media whitewashed foreign policy adventurism. In return, major media outlets were given a front row seat to cover wars to be packaged as the West saving the world. This model worked reasonably well until the power of the Internet made itself felt, and until the financial crisis hit, failed wars were exposed, and new and alternative media began to emerge.

Permalink All-Out War in Ukraine: NATO’s ‘Final Offensive’

James Petras There are clear signs that a major war is about to break out in Ukraine: A war actively promoted by the NATO regimes and supported by their allies and clients in Asia (Japan) and the Middle East (Saudi Arabia). The war over Ukraine will essentially run along the lines of a full-scale military offensive against the southeast Donbas region, targeting the breakaway ethnic Ukraine- Russian Peoples Republic of Donetsk and Lugansk, with the intention of deposing the democratically elected government, disarming the popular militias, killing the guerrilla resistance partisans and their mass base, dismantling the popular representative organizations and engaging in ethnic cleansing of millions of bilingual Ukraino-Russian citizens. [...] An intensifying war fever is sweeping the West; the consequences of this madness appear graver by the hour.

Stephen Lendman Kiev Plans Full-Scale War || Ukraine is the most serious post-WW II geopolitical crisis. At risk is escalated East/West confrontation. Possible global war. Obama bears full responsibility. Complicit EU partners share it. America goes all-out to advance its imperium. Millions of corpses attest to its barbarity. Replacing independent governments with subservient pro-Western stooge ones is longstanding US policy. Washington-supported Kiev putschists staged the most brazen coup d'etat since Mussolini's 1922 march on Rome. Ukraine is the epicenter of European fascist reemergence. Hardline rule masquerades as democracy. Elections are farcical when held. Illegitimate by any standard.

RT.com: Euromaidan anniversary: 21 steps from peaceful rally to civil war

Sputnik News: Deputy Prime Minister of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People's Republic stated that US Vice President Joe Biden's visit to Kiev could put at risk crisis settlement in Ukraine. The US Vice President Joe Biden's visit to Kiev could jeopardize crisis settlement in Ukraine, Deputy Prime Minister of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People's Republic (DPR) and its permanent envoy to the Minsk talks Denis Pushilin warned Friday. US Vice President Joe Biden arrived in Kiev Thursday evening to hold talks with Ukrainian leaders. "Biden's visit to Kiev is aimed at disrupting the peace process. Washington's offers to change the format of the Minsk talks to something else may result in a re-escalation of the conflict. Americans want to get into the process themselves, which will weaken the peacekeeping position of the European Union. At the same time, they want to exclude DPR and LPR from the process, which will lead to a deadlock situation," Pushilin said. Pushilin stressed that possible supply of lethal weapons to Ukraine by the United States would also contribute to an escalation of the crisis.


Permalink Pepe Escobar Explains Ukrainian Economics in 1 Minute

In a word - Ukraine is in big trouble... Kiev’s foreign reserves plunged last month by a whopping 23.2 per cent to a paltry $12.6 billion. By the end of the year it will be even messier. Kiev’s gotta pay a $3.1 billion gas bill to Gazprom, or else...The central bank will have to sell more foreign currency to support the hryvnia. And there are MORE hefty gas bills as General Winter advances. Is the austerity-devastated EU lending them at least one euro? Of course not. It’s up to the IMF, who now OWNS Ukraine. Yet there will only be “emergency funding” if Kiev applies that good ol’ “structural adjustment” – as in turning the overwhelming mass of Ukrainians into beggars for life. These are the facts. The rest is rubbish.

Permalink Putin:'US wants to subdue Russia, but no one did or ever will'

The US has no plans to humiliate Russia, but instead wants to subdue it, Russian President Vladimir Putin has said, adding that no one had ever succeeded in doing so – and never will. Speaking at a forum of the All-Russia Peoples' Front in Moscow on Tuesday, the Russian leader said that history was not about to change, and that no one would manage to suppress the country. "Throughout history no one has ever managed to do so toward Russia – and no one ever will," Putin said. Responding to a question about whether America was trying to humiliate Russia, Putin disagreed, saying that the US wanted "to solve their problems at our expense." He said that people in Russia really like the Americans, but it's the US politics that are not accepted so well. "I think America and its people are more liked than disliked by people here [in Russia]. It's the politics of the ruling class [in the US] that is likely negatively viewed by the majority of our citizens," he said. The Russian leader said the US had managed to subordinate its allies to its influence – with such countries "trying to protect foreign national interests on obscure conditions and perspectives."

Permalink Russia continues to officially insist that US provide satellite photographs made at the moment MH17 was attacked

Russia insists that the United States provide satellite photographs made at the moment Malaysian Boeing-777’s went down, the Russian Federation’s permanent representative to the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) Andrey Kelin in an official statement. If the Novorussian forces were responsible for the downing of MH17, why would Russia continue, and in an official capacity, request that the US release its satellite imagery taken at the time of the attack? We keep insisting that the Americans provide their satellite data, as they couldn’t but see what was happening on that day at that place,” Kelin told the Rossiya 24 TV channel. “We also urgently need data of talks between air traffic controllers that can be provided by the Ukrainian side.


Permalink Washington Will Push Ukraine To War With Russia By Adopting A Lend-Lease Bill

The US Congress will review a bill on lend-lease to supply Ukraine with arms and ammunition for countering so-called “Russian aggression.” The author of the bill, Republican Congressman Michael Burgess, believes that financial aid is no longer sufficient. Burgess thinks that Ukraine should be helped in its quest “for peace and democracy.” He believes that financial aid is no longer enough. [...] If the bill is adopted, Ukraine may hope to receive anti-tank and air defense weapons, ammunition, assault and sniper rifles, small arms, grenade launchers, submachine guns, fire control systems, bulletproof vests and vehicles.

Permalink Kissinger: Ukraine should forget about Crimea and NATO membership

Former U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger spoke about global threats, the secession of Crimea and Ukraine's NATO accession. Mr. Kissinger said that there currently is an urgent need for a new world order, but its coming into being will be long and complicated. "There are no universally accepted rules," said Mr. Kissinger in an interview with the German magazine Der Spiegel. "There is the Chinese view, the Islamic view, the Western view and, to some extent, the Russian view. And they really are not always compatible." Speaking of Crimea’s accession to Russia, he noted that this is a special case, as Ukraine and Russia were one country for a long time. In his view, the West must recognize its mistakes. "Europe and America did not understand the impact of these events, starting with the negotiations about Ukraine's economic relations with the European Union and culminating in the demonstrations in Kiev," said Mr. Kissinger. "All these, and their impact, should have been the subject of a dialogue with Russia." He is sure that Ukraine has always had a special significance for Russia. Failure to understand this was fatal, and the Ukrainian authorities can forget about the Crimean peninsula. "Nobody in the West has offered a concrete program to restore Crimea," said Mr. Kissinger. "Nobody is willing to fight over eastern Ukraine." In his opinion, introducing anti-Russian sanctions was a mistake. "We have to remember that Russia is an important part of the international system, and therefore useful in solving all sorts of other crises, for example in the agreement on nuclear proliferation with Iran or over Syria," Mr. Kissinger said. "This has to have preference over a tactical escalation in a specific case." He added that Ukraine should not hope to become a member of NATO in the foreseeable future, as the alliance will never vote unanimously for the accession of Ukraine. (en.ukraina.ru)[H/T: Paul Craig Roberts]

Robert Parry When Henry Kissinger Makes Sense


Permalink Russian TV Airs MH17 Shoot-Down Images

As world leaders assembled in Brisbane, Australia, for the G-20 conference, the stage was being set to criticize the Russian leadership for the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH 17 last July. Vladimir Putin and Russia have been blamed by corrupt western leaders and the controlled media, without any evidence being presented, for somehow being involved in the downing of the passenger plane as it flew over the war-ravaged Donetsk region. It should be noted that these same corrupt western leaders also protect and promote a demonstrably false version of what happened on 9-11. Now, with perfect timing, Russian TV 1 has broadcast satellite images that apparently show the Malaysian passenger plane being attacked by a fighter jet, which can clearly be seen firing a missile at the plane. If these images are genuine, as they appear to be, they are a "game changer".

Permalink Ukrainian National Guard soldier wearing nazi SS insignia

Two pictures distributed by Associated Press show a Ukrainian National Guard soldier wearing insignia of the nazi military organisation SS Waffen in his hat and arm while being reviewed by Prime Minister Yatseniuk.

Russia Today: Russia fears ethnic cleansing in Ukraine amid rise of neo-Nazism – Putin || “Frankly speaking, we are very concerned about any possible ethnic cleansings and Ukraine ending up as a neo-Nazi state. What are we supposed to think if people are bearing swastikas on their sleeves? Or what about the SS emblems that we see on the helmets of some military units now fighting in eastern Ukraine? If it is a civilized state, where are the authorities looking? At least they could get rid of this uniform, they could make the nationalists remove these emblems.

Permalink #BBCTrending: Syrian 'hero boy' video faked by Norwegian director

Millions of YouTube viewers have been captivated by the 'Syrian hero boy' who manages to rescue a little girl while under gunfire. Now a group of Norwegian filmmakers have told BBC Trending they are behind it. They say it was filmed on location in Malta this summer with the intention of being presented as real. Lars Klevberg, a 34-year-old film director based in Oslo, wrote a script after watching news coverage of the conflict in Syria. He says he deliberately presented the film as reality in order to generate a discussion about children in conflict zones.

xymphora "#BBCTrending: Syrian 'hero boy' video faked by Norwegian director" This kind of anti-Assad propaganda - I'd like to know who funds the Shaam News Network - just encourages the conspiracy theories of World Jewry, who are obsessed with the idea that the evidence of all the monstrous atrocities committed daily by the Jews are faked Palestinian movie productions: "‘Pallywood’: A particularly ugly ethnic slur" "Day of catastrophe for ‘Pallywood’ conspiracy theorists" "‘Pallywood’ Killing Was Exactly What It Looked Like".

Tony Cartalucci West's Propaganda War on Syria Exposed Again

Permalink Anti-Muslim Crimes up in UK after Rise of ISIL

The rise of ISIL killings of Muslims and non Muslims in Iraq and Syria has resulted in anti-Muslim hate crime has in London, according to a monitoring group. Fiyaz Mughal of Tell Mama, a charity which documents crimes or acts against Muslims in the U.K. based on religious, racial or ethnic hatred, told the Anadolu agency that Muslims were being abused both on and offline following the release of videos showing beheadings carried out by ISIL. [...] The organization also analyzed figures, obtained in a freedom of information request from the Metropolitan police, from 2012 to 2014 and found that there had been an overall increase.


Permalink Harper tells Putin to 'get out of Ukraine' in G20 encounter

Stephen Harper told Russian President Vladimir Putin flatly that he needs "to get out of Ukraine," when the two met at a Group of 20 summit of major economies in Brisbane. A spokesman for the Canadian Prime Minister relayed the details of the encounter and, according to director of communications Jason MacDonald, "Mr. Putin did not respond positively." Mr. Harper and leaders of other Group of 20 economies are meeting on Australia’s northeast coast to find ways of spurring growth and creating jobs, but the debate is quickly taking on a more familiar theme: what to do about Russia. Mr. Putin had arrived at the summit in an unrepentant mood Friday just as the North Atlantic Treaty Organization was offering detailed reports on the troops and heavy weaponry Moscow is sending into eastern Ukraine, a violation of a ceasefire agreed to in September.

Red Pill Times: How many times has Russia invaded Ukraine in the last year? Let’s add them up || From Sarah Palin to John McCain, from the NYT to the BBC, over the past year Russia has invaded Ukraine so many times that Google delivers over 1.3 million results on the subject. The newest accusation of Russian invasion has gotten so old and worn out, that people are simply starting to tune out the folly and silliness of the "boy who cried wolf."

Permalink France Takes "Independent Decisions" on Mistral Deliveries: Prime Minister

France takes "decisions independently" over the delivery of the Mistral-class helicopter carriers, the country's Prime Minister, Manuel Valls, has announced. "I have already had the occasion to say that at the current stage, today, the conditions have not been met for the delivery of the Mistral [ship] to Russia," [baloney] Valls said at a press conference Friday, as quoted by AFP. The prime minister added that France makes Mistral-related decisions in a sovereign manner, "without anyone dictating its conduct from outside" [i.e. the United States]. [That's a blatant lie, of course.]


Permalink Top 5 takeaways from Putin ahead of G20

US sanctions violate the very system they created. Sanctions levied against Russia are against the norms of international trade and the core principles of the G20, as they can only be introduced via the United Nations, Putin said. Sanctions are “against WTO principles and the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade, the GATT. The United States itself created that organization at a certain point. Now it is crudely violating its principles,” Putin explained.
Interconnected economy: What hurts us hurts you Sanctions against Russia have targeted the finance, energy and weaponry sectors of the economy. Russia’s retaliatory sanctions to ban agricultural imports are having a colossal ripple effect on jobs, social sectors, and growth. This is especially pertinent to Europe, which is feeling the squeeze of the agricultural export ban to Russia, one its biggest markets. “Everyone must understand that the global economy and finance these days are exceptionally dependent on each other,” Putin said. Germany’s economic growth is an example of financial blowback from sanctions with Russia.

Stephen Lendman Putin: Sanctions Violate International Law
Itar-Tass: Putin: We are guided by interests rather than feelings in dealing with our partners

Permalink Israel Banned Renowned Doctor and Human Rights Activist Mads Gilbert from Entering Gaza for Life

Israel has banned Norwegian doctor and human rights activist Mads Gilbert from entering Gaza for life. Gilbert, a professor at the University Hospital of North Norway, where he has worked since 1976, earned international renown for his philanthropic work in late 2008, during Israel’s Operation Cast Lead, an attack that, according to Israeli human rights organization B’Tselem, killed roughly 1,400 Gazans, including almost 800 civilians, 350 of whom were children. The aid worker, along with fellow Norwegian doctor Erik Fosse, decided to volunteer in Gaza as soon as he heard that bombing had started, on 27 December 2008. Thanks to diplomatic and economic support (in the sum of $1 million dollar of emergency funding from the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs), the two physicians managed to arrive in the strip by 30 December. The Israeli government prevented all international press from entering Gaza during Cast Lead (a documentary, The War Around Us, was made about the only two foreign reporters in the strip at the time), in what Gilbert called Israel’s insidious “PR plan.” The doctor, as one of the only international aid workers in Gaza, thus devoted considerable time to speaking with local Palestinian news outlets, some of whom were reporting on behalf of foreign networks including BBC, CNN, ABC, and Al Jazeera.

The Times of Israel: Israel bans co-author of Lancet letter from Gaza
Sputnik News: Israel Bans Norwegian Doctor From Entering Gaza for Life: Reports
ABC Nyheter: Se pressekonferanse med Mads Gilbert - VIDEO
Google search: 'mads gilbert'

Permalink US Justice Department spying on cellphones of innocent Americans: Report

Amid revelations of secret US spying program, a new report indicates that the US Justice Department has been spying on a large number of innocent Americans through their cellphones. The program run by the US Marshals Service began operations in 2007 by using fake communications towers on airplanes, according to the Wall Street Journal. The program uses Cessna aircraft from at least five metropolitan-area airports from a range that covers most of the Americans. The service gathered information from thousands of mobile phones through devices deployed on airplanes which mimic signals from cellphone towers. The report said on Thursday that the devices made by Boeing Co. mimic the cellphone towers and trick mobile phones into revealing their unique registration data. Planes, equipped with the devices known as “dirtboxes," can collect information from tens of thousands of cellphones in a single flight, which occur on a regular basis.

RT.com: Dragnet: Justice Dept gets airborne to spy on thousands of American cellphone users
Antiwar.com: Planes Cover 'Most of the US Population'
Sputnik News: US Spy Program Monitors American Mobiles From the Sky: Wall Street Journal
Wall Street Journal: Americans’ Cellphones Targeted in Secret U.S. Spy Program (subscription)

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