The Grayzone‘s Max Blumenthal has published the first part of an investigative series on how so-called non-governmental organizations (NGOs) are being used to manipulate the narrative about what’s going on in Syria by posing as impartial investigative bodies and circulating pro-imperialist disinformation to the western political/media class as objective fact. Part one is titled “Behind the Syrian Network for Human Rights: How an opposition front group became Western media’s go-to monitor“, and it documents a mountain of evidence that one of these “NGOs” is in fact very much state-funded and highly biased in favor of anti-Assad forces, yet still gets cited as an independent source by western mass media outlets in a way that just so happens to help make the case for western interventionism in Syria.
- FedEx Express: Not for Amazon
- Amazon Usurps the Sidewalks of Suburbia
- Amazon Embraces Diversity
- Amazon Telephone & Telegraph
- UAW Banking Work: Off the Radar for a Reason
- High Street Could Become Low Street
- Amazon Channels Sears’ DIY Houses
- Vroom. NASCAR Selects the Amazon Cloud: No Rain Days
- Snap and Buy
- Alexa: Talk and Apps
- Amazon: A Top Artificial Intelligence Company
- Partners and Integrators
Editorial Note: Robert Steele wrote the PBI title.
I don’t know much about Digital Ocean, droplets, Checkly, Raisup, “”or the other Fancy Dan technologies mentioned in the write up. I usually ignore articles with unpleasant language. I worked through this write up because in Myrtle Beach at the policeware conference, there was quite a bit of chatter about the move to the cloud by law enforcement entities of all shapes and sizes.
The title of the article is “Why the recent “Digital Ocean Killed My Company” incident Scares the [curse word] Out of Me.” The link to the story is here.
Microsoft and Oracle: Fear Helps Make New Friends
I found “Microsoft, Oracle Team Up on Cloud Services in Jab at Amazon” amusing. The real news outfit Thomson Reuters reported this unusual big company relationship when I was making my way through torrential rain in lovely West Virginia coal country. The mist did disguise the land renewal, but this Microsoft Oracle relationship is going to make for a nifty road trip video.
Israel’s interference in 2016 US election to be probed by Senators
American lawmakers have summoned a British security consultant to probe Israel’s role in alleged Russian interference with the 2016 election, which has been the subject of a two-year long FBI investigation.
The Senate Intelligence Committee is seeking an interview with Walter Soriano, director of London-based security firm USG Security, to discuss what, if any, role Israel may have played in attempts to manipulate the 2016 election.
Continue reading “Robert Steele: Zionist Strike 37 – US Senate Select Intelligence Committee Probing Israeli Interference in 2016 Election — Probably Using NSA’s Parallel Construction Investigation Ordered by Attorney General…”
Council members said federal law doesn’t allow for the permitting moratorium requested by the 5G opponents.
PDF (41 Pages): 2019-0307-Joint-Opposition-to-FCC-Motion-to-Hold-in-Abeyanc
The Bell heads are dazed with the ringing in their ears. The “real” news out Thomson Reuters published “Amazon Interested in Buying Boost from T-Mobile, Sprint.” Amazon’s chief bulldozer driver Jeff Bezos has a sixth sense for creating buzz, generating distraction, and whipping stakeholders into a frenzy of upside.
According to the real news story: