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Anti-Orban US State Dept Repeatedly Interferes in Hungarian Affairs – Daniel McAdams

Why is the US government funding certain media outlets in the Hungarian countryside in advance of upcoming elections? Why did they launch the program without even informing the Hungarian government, a NATO partner? Does Trump know about such an operation that is hostile to Hungarian Prime Minister Orban with whom he has a good relationship? The Hungarian government has just formally demanded an explanation from the US Embassy in Budapest. RPI's Daniel McAdams is on RT to discuss this explosive story...
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Andrew Napolitano: ‘Russiagate’ Investigation Shows Prosecutors’ Terrible ‘Standard Operating Procedure’

If you want to see how terribly prosecutors in America can operate, take a look at what is happening in the ‘Russiagate’ investigation being run by Special Counsel Robert Mueller, says Fox News Senior Judicial Analyst Andrew Napolitano. Napolitano, interviewed by host Kennedy last week at Fox Business, explains that the investigation is using a “standard operating procedure” of threats and bribes — even though regular Americans would be prosecuted for making such threats and bribes.
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Dennis Kucinich Discusses the ‘Permanent Government’ behind US Foreign Intervention


In a recent interview with host Wilmer Leon at the Inside the Issues show, former presidential candidate and United States House of Representatives Member Dennis Kucinich (D-OH) discussed how what Kucinich terms the “permanent government” has worked to ensure the United States continues pursuing destructive foreign interventions and to keep America “at the precipice of a much wider war” irrespective of who is president.

“There’s an unbroken line going back over the last 30 years where American presidents have continued to proceed with an interventionism that has been counterproductive,” states Kucinich. This “continued commitment to a failed foreign policy of interventionism, of unilateralism, of first strike,” Kucinich continues, “imperils America,” “does not make us safer,” “separates us from the world community,” “has people looking to extract vengeance on Americans,” and “has made the world a more dangerous place.”
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Bombshell: WikiLeaks Publishes CIA Hacking Tool Designed To 'Impersonate' Russia's Kaspersky Lab

On September 18th, the US Senate voted to ban the use of products from the Moscow-based cyber security firm Kaspersky Lab by the federal government, citing national security risk. The vote was included as an amendment to an annual defense policy spending bill approved by the Senate on the same day and was written to bar the use of Kaspersky Lab software in government civilian and military agencies.
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Ron Paul: The Revolution is Alive and Well

It has been ten years since 2007 when the presidential campaign of Ron Paul, then a United States House of Representatives member, evidenced the great breadth and commitment of people involved in what Paul has called a “revolution.” In a new interview with host Chris Martenson at the Peak Prosperity podcast, Paul discusses the excitement for the “liberty message” presented in that campaign, an excitement exhibited through actions including record-breaking political campaign fundraising via money bombs on the internet. That revolution so vividly on display during the campaign, Paul continues, is “alive and well” today “in the area of ideas that changes the world.”
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China: The Donald's Pivot

Has President Trump become the president of low expectations? If so, what to expect will come of his extensive Asian tour this week? China? North Korea? Diplomacy? War talk? RPI's Daniel McAdams is on RT's debate program Crosstalk to discuss why US foreign policy is failing in Asia and why President Trump's trip is unlikely to wrest success from the jaws of failure...
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Saudi Arabia Prevents Yemeni Govt Returning to South Yemen

Making it less and less clear what Saudi Arabia’s ultimate intentions in the Yemen War are at this point, reports out of Riyadh say that the “Saudi-backed” Yemeni government is effectively under house arrest within the Saudi capital, and being actively prevented from returning to southern Yemen.

Saudi Arabia invaded Yemen in 2015, vowing to reinstall President Hadi, who had previously resigned, and whose term in office had long since run out. After Saudi forces captured the southern coast of Yemen, they made a big show of sending Hadi and other officials from his “government-in-exile” to the port city of Aden, making it a “temporary capital” of Yemen.
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Intel Committee Demands Fusion GPS Bank Records; Suspects Journalists Paid To Spread 'Russian Collusion' Claims

For nearly a year now we've all been inundated with 24x7 media coverage of the "Russian Collusion" narrative which suggests, among other things, that various members of the Trump campaign colluded with Russian operatives to obtain damaging information on Hillary Clinton and then used social media to spread that damaging information far and wide, thus causing Hillary's inevitable second failed bid for the White House.

That said, what if it wasn't the Trump administration, but rather the Hillary campaign and Democrats who were guilty of all the "Russian Collusion" crimes they've been screaming about for the better part of year now? 

Of course, we already know that it was Hillary's campaign and the DNC that paid for the Trump dossier (see: Hillary Clinton Lied, Paid For "Trump Dossier").  We also know that most of the sources listed in the dossier were based in Russia and include a "senior Kremlin official" as well as other "close associates of Vladimir Putin." 

Moreover, as CIA Deputy Director Michael Morell noted recently, it's highly likely that some portion of the funds paid to Perkins Coie by the DNC and Hillary campaign made it's way into the pockets of those "senior Kremlin officials" as compensation for their services.
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How Ron Paul Hopes People Will One Day Honor His Legacy

Libertarian communicator Ron Paul answered a peculiar and interesting concluding question in a recent interview on the Outer Limits of Inner Truth show: How would Paul like people to honor him after his death? Paul’s answer to host Ryan McCormick’s question focuses on the importance of people doing what Paul has sought to do over the last few decades, including in the United States House of Representatives, presidential runs, and educational efforts such as the Ron Paul Institute — learn about and promote liberty.
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