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2015. XI. 11-20. Hungary, Belgium, France, Germany, Great Britain, Vatican, European Union, Iraq, Israel, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Turkey, United States, space.

2015.11.12. 21:42 Eleve

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Hungary
November 19, 2015  ‘All the terrorists are migrants’. Viktor Orbán on how to protect Europe from terror, save Schengen, and get along with Putin’s Russia. In a wide-ranging 90-minute interview a week after the Paris terrorist attacks, Orbán lays out his prescriptions for Europe’s ailments: An impenetrable external border to boost security and save the Schengen treaty on passport-less travel within the EU; a new EU constitutional convention that strengthens the power of nation states and weakens Brussels; and normalized relations with Russia. NATO and EU countries are “at war” with Islamists in the Middle East and Afghanistan, and, he says, “it’s quite logical” that “enemies” would seek to send fighters with migrants coming into Europe. “All of them present a security threat because we don’t know who they are. If you allow thousands or millions of unidentified persons into your house, the risk of … terrorism will significantly increase.” Muslim migrants who in his words belong to “parallel societies,” holding EU passports but rejecting Western values. Earlier this year, Hungary was widely criticized for building a barbed wire fence along its border with Serbia to stop the waves of new arrivals. For Orbán, Hungary was merely upholding the law of the Union that Greece (“a major problem for us”) failed to do by allowing the migrants to continue north unimpeded. Orbán’s opposition helped torpedo a scheme championed by the European Commission for a mandatory resettlement of migrants across the EU, and flipped the discussion from how best to accommodate the refugees to one of how to stop them from coming at all. For the Hungarian, this year of troubles —  from Greece to migration, from terrorism to possible Brexit —  calls for a wholesale rethink of the EU. The bloc “is only reacting, reacting, crisis after crisis, instead of having a concept.” Asked if the EU will be here in 10 years, he says, “it’s an open question.” In Orbán’s proposed reform of the EU, the balance of powers would tilt back toward nation states and away from leaders in Brussels who have “very much the pro-United States of Europe position,” he says. Although he’s widely seen in Western Europe as a leader who’s turned his back on “liberal democracy” and embraced Russia’s Putin, Orbán insists he wants to save the EU and NATO. “Hungary’s place is [in the] West,” he says. “We criticize them because they are far from perfect, but the starting attitude of the Hungarians to Western institutions is always positive.” Getting up from his seat around a large conference table, Orbán walks over to the books stacked on his desk and shelf. He picks up a tract on Europe he’s reading by Habermas, the German philosopher and proponent of a closer, federal EU. “The most dangerous book,” he calls it. There are essay collections by the founder of the ultra-conservative Catholic Opus Dei movement (Orbán’s a Calvinist) and the Hungarian Nobel laureate in literature, Kertész. He’s reading about the political theory of Islam and another book by a Hungarian writer on the global sexual revolution — “an anti-gender study,” he says, “about how we destroy freedom in the name of freedom.” At 52, Orbán carries a healthy paunch and says his football-playing days are mostly behind him. He puts on a tie and jacket for a photographer, then quickly dispenses with both. In his part of the world, he says, leaders are more laid-back. He speaks fluidly in English and cracks jokes. Liberalism in Europe now concentrates not on freedom but on political correctness. It became a sclerotic ideology. Dogmatic, may I say. There is an oft-noted irony that this pro-democracy dissident of the late 1980s, who co-founded the Fidesz student-led movement and helped bring down communism, is seen in the second half of his nearly three-decade run in Hungarian politics as a threat to its democracy. Addressing doubts about his democratic bona fides, Orbán says he has been in parliamentary opposition longer — a dozen years — than in power, and expects to “lose again” in future elections. In a widely circulated speech to ethnic Hungarians  in Romania last year, he announced his desire to build “an illiberal new state based on national foundations,” and argued that “liberal democracy can’t stay competitive.”  When another party picked up the urban, youth electorate that Fidesz had courted, he went to find votes on the traditional right and outside Budapest, in religious, rural areas. His former liberal friends call the shifting shapes of Orbán opportunistic and cynical. He says he’s right where he belongs, with the “national-Christian-civic political family.” People call him a populist. “Because I am,” he retorts. “The problem is nobody knows what [that] means. It does not sound bad in Hungarian ears. Being a populist means that you try to serve the people. It’s positive.” Support for his Fidesz party has grown from 40 percent last December to almost 50 percent today, according to polls. The other notable irony of the modern Orbán is his relationship with Putin. He fought to bring down the Soviet empire and remove Russian troops from Hungarian soil. Putin, a KGB officer who was a cog in the Soviet system that Orbán battled, is now seeking to restore Russian power. These days, Orbán opposes EU sanctions on Russia over its incursions into Ukraine, though Hungary has signed off on them since last year. He nurtures close business ties with Moscow, particularly in energy. And the point is very clear, without the Russians it’s impossible to manage rightly the future of the Hungarians. So we have to have a good balanced relationship with the Russians.” European and Russian principles are “impossible to harmonize. So put aside principles, ideologies and look at the interest, and find the common sense realpolitik agreements. That’s the Hungarian approach.”  While Orbán notes that Hungary’s closest ally in Europe, Poland, backs sanctions, he says he finds more than a little hypocrisy coming from Berlin. Germans “like to appear as opposing” him on sanctions on Russia, he says, “but in fact they are doing even more than we are” to work with Russia. Orbán points to Berlin’s support for a second gas pipeline from Russia to Germany under the Baltic, which will deprive Ukraine of billions in yearly transit fees. “Hungarians are easygoing guys in the European Union,” Orbán says, laughing. “What we are doing, we are saying — and what we are doing is exactly what we are thinking. So it’s not complicated.” Orbán says the Russia relationship helps him balance a testy one with Berlin: “We would not like to depend on the Germans.” (Source: Politico): http://tinyurl.com/pd6llw3

Belgium
2015. XI. 17.  Brüsszel Molenbeek nevű kerülete a terroristák és a radikálisok egyik központja lett; fél óra alatt bármilyen katonai fegyvert és robbanóanyagot is be lehet szerezni. A helyi fiatalok között 37 százalékos a munkanélküliség, sokan csatlakoznak az iszlám államhoz, a helyi mecsetekből pedig ömlik a dzsihádista propaganda. A belga kormány megpróbálja megelőzni a bajt, de eddig nagyon kevés eredményt értek el. (Forrás: Origo): http://tinyurl.com/q5xd76x

12 November 2015  The tide of migrants coming to Europe from the Middle East and Africa may be part of a left-wing plot to pack the continent with sympathetic voters, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has told a Swiss magazine. Orbán's anti-immigrant rhetoric and the border fences he has erected to block the wave of people fleeing war and poverty have made him a winner at home from a crisis that has divided Europe. "I am not brave enough to speak about this in public with certainty, but you cannot get around imagining that some kind of master plan is behind this," he said in an interview with Die Weltwoche.He cited essays by "the European left  and radical American democrats" that envision the emergence of a European super state to the detriment of traditional nation-states. Future leftist voters are being imported to Europe," he said. The U.S. ambassador to Budapest has warned against "xenophobic characterization of refugees". (Source: YahooCanada): http://tinyurl.com/poxaf69

France
26 Concrete Legal Measures for Remigration. The Bloc Identitaire is  proposing a “sheet on the road to a policy of Identity and Remigration” including 26 measures (covering culture, economy, education and institutional reform) looking forward to ending uncontrolled immigration and replanting immigrants in their country of origin. (Source: CounterCurrentsPublishing): http://tinyurl.com/qglqmvb

Tuesday, 17 Nov 2015  Hollande calls on Russia and US to unite to defeat islamic state. French president gathered his politicians in Paris to declare war on isil, as Obama insisted that if there were an easy option, they would have done it. Hollande has used a highly-unusual address to both French parliaments to call on Russia and America to “unite our forces” in a coalition to destroy isil, three days after Islamists killed 129 in France's worst ever terror attacks. Shortly before he spoke yesterday, fighters from the islamic state of Iraq and the Levant (isil) released a video promising to repeat the Paris terror attack in Washington. Mr Hollande, proposing extending France’s state of emergency for three months, told the politicians gathered at Versailles: “France is at war.” In a sombre speech, ending in a rousing standing ovation, Mr Hollande said he would call on the UN Security Council to pass a new resolution to “destroy daech (isil)”, describing Syria as “the biggest terrorist factory the world has ever seen”. He said he would meet US President Obama and Putin, the Russian leader, in the coming days to urge them to join forces in a “wide and single coalition” against isil, saying that the international community had been “divided and incoherent” for too long. Mr Hollande said that France’s Charles de Gaulle aircraft carrier would leave for the area on Thursday to “triple our action capabilities” and that more airstrikes – like those on Sunday that hit Raqqa - would be launched “in the coming weeks”. The French defence ministry said 12 Rafale and Mirage jets based in the region dropped 20 bombs, including on the jihadists’ de facto capital Raqqa. It claimed they had destroyed a training camp and munitions dump, among other targets. The raid was the largest attack by the French since they joined the US-led coalition in Syria in September, after previously restricting themselves - like the RAF - to Iraq. Mr Obama, speaking at the G20 in Turkey in a speech which coincided with Mr Hollande’s address, insisted that America was not shying away from tackling isil, and angrily hit back at critics who accused him of inaction. He said that America could send in 50,000 troops to wipe out the murderous regime, but that  would only provide a short-term solution. “We can retake territory. And as long as we leave our troops there, we can hold it,” he said. “But that does not solve the underlying problem of eliminating the dynamics that are producing these kinds of violent extremist groups.”  Repeatedly stressed that defeating isil would take time, and rejected accusations that he was dithering. “If there was a swift and quick solution to this, I assure you that not just the United States, but France and Turkey and others who have been subject to these terrorist attacks would have implemented those strategies,” he said, adding that America’s weakening of al Qaeda was proof that he was not sitting back and letting jihadists roam free. Mr Obama used his speech to call on other nations to do more in the coalition against isil. But he did not specifically address Russia, which has positioned itself on the other side to America. Mr Hollande, by contrast, was one of several leaders who suggested they were open to working more  closely with Russia against isil. Mr Putin met Mr Obama on Sunday and Cameron on Monday morning, on the sidelines of the G20 summit in Turkey. Mr Putin, who has been heavily criticised for concentrating Russia’s aerial bombardment in Syria on non-isil rebels, said a closer coalition was “indispensable”. "I spoke about this at the United Nations,” he said. “The tragic events that followed have confirmed that we were right."  (Source: TheTelegraph): http://tinyurl.com/nskyhr5

16  November 2015  Tragic list of the lost: photos of the victims from the deadly Paris attacks emerge as friends and relatives are forced to wait for news of their missing loved ones. Photos and tribute posted on social media for the victims of the horrific terror attack in Paris, France. Details are starting to emerge of the 129 lives that were brutally cut short by the gunmen during Friday's atrocities  One British victim from the Bataclan massacre has been named as Alexander, 36, from Colchester, Essex. A 'handful' of Britons were among those killed in Paris attacks, which also left 352 injured - 99 critically. Up to 30 bodies have yet to be identified, according to French authorities. See full coverage of the victims of the isis attacks in Paris at www.dailymail.co.uk/isis (Source: DailyMail): http://tinyurl.com/nrh2gw4

16 Nov 2015  Suspect on the run as terror raids end in failure - latest news (Source: TheTelegraph): http://tinyurl.com/o3mtggb

Germany
18-19 November 2015  What is the driving force behind jihadist terrorism? Radicalisation is a youth revolt against society, articulated on an Islamic religious narrative of jihad. It is not the uprising of a Muslim community victim of poverty and racism: only young people join, including converts who did not share the “sufferings” of Muslims in Europe. These rebels without a cause find in jihad a “noble” and global cause, and are consequently instrument alised by a radical organisation (Al Qaeda, isis), that has a strategic agenda. There are no psychiatric specific patterns for radicals. The majority of the radicals come from second generation Muslims born in Europe, the others are converts; almost none came as a young adult or as a teenager to Europe from the Middle East. Many have a past of petty delinquency and drug dealing. It is clearly a youth movement: almost all of them radicalised to the dismay of their parents and relatives. Very few of them had a previous story of militancy, either political (pro-Palestinian movements) or religious (local mosques, Tabligh, Muslim Brothers or even main stream Salafism). The unusual proportion of converts has been systematically overlooked because it contradicts the (culturalist) idea that individual radicalisation reflects a radicalisation of a frustrated Muslim community. A more recent pattern is the recruitment of young women to marry “jihadists”, instead of sharing common militancy as their predecessors. The rate of converts among this category is probably the highest among all categories of recruits. The main motivation of young men for joining jihad seems to be the fascination for a narrative: “the small brotherhood of super-heroes who avenge the Muslim Ummah”: - This ummah is global and abstract, never identified with a national cause (Palestine, or even the Syrian or Iraqi nations). The religious dimension: the revolt is expressed in religious terms for two reasons:  - Most of the radicals have a Muslim background, which makes them open to a process of re-islamisation (almost none of them being pious before entering the process of radicalisation). Jihad is the only cause on the global market. If you kill in silence, it will be reported by the local newspaper; if you kill yelling  “Allahuakbar”, you are sure to make the national headlines. When they join jihad, they adopt the Salafi version of Islam, because Salafism is both simple to understand (don’ts and do’s), and rigid, providing a personal psychological structuring effect. Moreover, Salafism is the negation of cultural Islam, that is the Islam of their parents and of their roots. Instead of providing them with roots, Salafism glorifies their own deculturation and makes them feel better “Muslims” than their parents. Salafism is the religion by definition of a disenfranchised youngster. Radicals have a loose or no connection with the Muslim communities in Europe. Few of them were regular “parishers” in a local mosque. None of them was active in religious activities (proselytism): when they preach Islam it is to recruit other radicals, not to spread the good news. This explains why 1) the close monitoring of mosques brings little information; 2) Imams have little or no influence on the process of radicalisation; 3) “reforming Islam” does not make sense: they just don’t care about “what Islam really means”. “Religiosity” not theology is the key. Consequence for fighting radicalization: to promote a “moderate Islam” to bring radicals back to the mainstream is nonsense. They just reject moderation as such. To ask the “Muslim community” to bring radicals back to normal life is also nonsense. Radicals just don’t care about people they consider as “traitors”, “apostates” or “collaborators” as long as they don’t choose the same path. To consider Islam only through the lenses of “fighting terrorism” will validate the narrative of persecution and revenge that feeds the process of radicalisation. The priority, beyond building a more sophisticated intelligence system, is to debunk the narrative of heroism, to break the “success story” of isis as being invincible (including on the ground) and to let Islam in Europe appear as a “normal” religion. The aim is to accentuate the estrangement of radicals from the Muslim population and to dry up the narrative of Islam as the religion of the oppressed. (Source: BundesKriminalamt): http://tinyurl.com/oofp6sv
(("Ha így lenne, a világon mindenütt, mondjuk Szaúd-Arábiában és más Öböl-monarchiákban is tombolnia kéne a dzsihádnak. De nem tombol."))

Great Britain
Nov 18, 2015  Britain to boost spy agencies after Paris attacks. Britain is to recruit an extra 1,900 security and intelligence staff to counter the threat of terrorist violence following the deadly Paris attacks, British media reported. (Source: Yahoo):http://tinyurl.com/naaue2x

Vatican
November 19, 2015  Terrorist alert: U.S. State Dept warns Americans abroad to steer clear of Vatican (Source: Breitbart): http://tinyurl.com/qcqr97e

European Union
18 Nov 2015  The end of Schengen as we know it? Greece, Spain and Italy will be kicked out of the current zone along with some Eastern European countries as free travel is blamed for migrant crisis. Calls to redraw zone which is blamed for spiralling migrant crisis. A new 'mini-Schengen' with fewer countries proposed to help ease flows. Emergency EU meeting on Friday will discuss new Schengen borders European Council president Tusk says 'clock is ticking'. Eastern European countries will be kicked out of the Schengen Zone along with Greece, Spain, and Italy under a radical plan to save the European Union passport-free travel area in the wake of the migrant crisis. Belgium, France, Germany, Luxembourg and the Netherlands are set to re-draw the boundaries to just include the original members, creating a ‘Mini-Schengen’. The present-day zone covers all the EU Member States – except the UK, Ireland, Cyprus, Bulgaria, Romania and Croatia – as well as Iceland, Norway, Switzerland and Liechtenstein, which are all outside the EU. (Source: DailyMail): http://tinyurl.com/p38c7ke

November 17, 2015 Paris terror uniting East Europe Against Merkel's refugee plan. Bulgarian diplomat calls talks over EU migrant quotas `absurd'. Polish minister rejects German pressure, cites Nazi past. The EU is increasingly split along east-west lines over how to deal with the immigration crisis as the European Commission estimates 3 million asylum seekers may be heading toward the bloc by 2017. A group of formerly communist countries led by Hungary, one of the nations most affected by the flood of migrants, have opposed German-led efforts to introduce a quota system to settle them, drawing criticism that the recipients of billions of euros in aid from the west aren’t willing to help their richer neighbors. Merkel, who allowed an estimated 1 million asylum seekers into Germany this year, seeks to relocate those fleeing war and civil strife in the Middle East and North Africa across the 28-nation EU. The plan is straining her ties with countries such as Poland and the Baltic nations, which count on German backing for continued sanctions on Russia following President Putin’s annexation of Ukraine’s Crimean peninsula in 2014. Poland’s Interior Minister Blaszczak, of the Law & Justice party that won last month’s election after promising to take the country out of the “EU mainstream,” recalled the Nazi’s destruction of Warsaw during World War II when asked about German politicians’ comments suggesting  Poland should show more solidarity in trying to resolve the migrant crisis. “This is another example of German arrogance,” Blaszczak told TVN24. “We are in Warsaw, which was destroyed by Germans agents, who murdered 50,000 people, including women and children” during a raid on its Wola district in 1944, he said. (Source: Bloomberg): http://tinyurl.com/qcvua48

12th November 2015  EU can't send failed migrants back to Africa: £1bn aid deal is snubbed. Africa will refuse to take back failed asylum seekers who travelled to Europe. European leaders had offered a £1billion aid package. But a migration summit in Malta descended into chaos last night after Africans rejected the proposals. The EU plans would see migrants without passports sent back with special travel documents to allow them re-entry. Ethiopia will receive £125m to help deal with its refugee population, which has soared from 90,000 in 2011 to 700,000 in 2015. Another £5m will be used to provide life-saving humanitarian assistance in Mali and Burkina Faso. (Source: DailyStar): http://tinyurl.com/n994adl

Iraq
12 November 2015. isis releases chilling video threatening to attack Russia 'very soon' and 'make their wives concubines' two weeks after claiming to have bombed one of its jets. Footage was posted online by terror group's notorious propaganda wing. Video includes chants of 'soon very soon, the blood will spill like an ocean'. Shows horrific images of prisoners being decapitated and shot in the head. isis has previously threatened revenge for Russian air strikes in Syria. The video come nearly two weeks after isis affiliate Sinai Province claimed it blew up the St Petersburg-bound Metrojet plane on October 31. The terror group had promised revenge after Russia began a campaign of air strikes in Syria six weeks ago, targeting isis strongholds as well as moderate rebels backed by the West who are fighting President Assad. 'Bomb plotter': Secretive isis leader Masri is suspected of blowing up the Russian holiday jet over Egypt killing all 224 people on board. (Source: DailyMail): http://tinyurl.com/no43ayo

Israel
November 18, 2015  Lasers cool liquid for the first time. The technique, which was able to drop a liquid's temperature by 20 degrees Celsius, could eventually be used for everyday tasks like refrigerating water.
(Source: CNet): http://tinyurl.com/obpash6

Saudi Arabia
November 20, 2015  Saudi Arabia, an isis that has made it. The islamic state; Saudi Arabia. In its struggle against terrorism, the West wages war on one, but shakes hands with the other. This is a mechanism of denial, and denial has a price: preserving the famous strategic alliance with Saudi Arabia at the risk of forgetting that the kingdom also relies on an alliance with a religious clergy that produces, legitimizes, spreads, preaches and defends Wahhabism, the ultra-puritanical form of Islam that daesh feeds on. Wahhabism, a messianic radicalism that arose in the 18th century, hopes to restore a fantasized caliphate centered on a desert, a sacred book, and two holy sites, Mecca and Medina. Born in massacre and blood, it manifests itself in a surreal relationship with women, a prohibition against non-Muslims treading on sacred territory, and ferocious religious laws. That translates into an obsessive hatred of imagery and representation and therefore art, but also of the body, nakedness and freedom. Saudi Arabia is a daesh that has made it. The West’s denial regarding Saudi Arabia is striking: It salutes the theocracy as its ally but pretends not to notice that it is the world’s chief ideological sponsor of Islamist culture. The younger generations of radicals in the so-called Arab world were not born jihadists. They were suckled in the bosom of Fatwa Valley, a kind of Islamist Vatican with a vast industry that produces theologians, religious laws, books, and aggressive editorial policies and media campaigns. One might counter: isn’t Saudi Arabia itself a possible target of daesh? Yes, but to focus on that would be to overlook the strength of the ties between the reigning family and the clergy that accounts for its stability — and also, increasingly, for its precariousness. The Saudi royals are caught in a perfect trap: weakened by succession laws that encourage turnover, they cling to ancestral ties between king and preacher. The Saudi clergy produces Islamism, which both threatens the country and gives legitimacy to the regime. daesh has a mother: the invasion of Iraq. But it also has a father: Saudi Arabia and its religious-industrial complex. Until that point is understood, battles may be won, but the war will be lost. Jihadists will be killed, only to be reborn again in future generations and raised on the same books. (Source: The NewYorkTimes): http://tinyurl.com/pwjgfec

Syria
Nov 19, 2015  The Islamic State group is aggressively pursuing development of chemical weapons, setting up a branch dedicated to research and experiments with the help of scientists from Iraq, Syria and elsewhere in the region, according to Iraqi and U.S. intelligence officials. (Source: AP): http://tinyurl.com/nka3anw

17 November 2015 Sick taunts of the Paris mastermind: Jihadist boasts of freely crossing Europe's borders and mocks police who had him in their clutches. isis jihadi Abaaoud has shuttled between Syria and Europe, exploiting the migrant crisis on EU borders. The mastermind of the horrific terror attacks travelled across Europe despite being on several wanted lists. He recruited two brothers he had known since childhood to carry out Friday's murders of 129 people. The jihadi was even featured in isis's propaganda magazine Dabiq, bragging about his terror plans for Europe. See full coverage of the isis militants at www.dailymail.co.uk/isis     The discovery of a car on the Austrian border with Germany with professionally-prepared hidden compartment containing explosives and weapons is a further warning sign. (Source: DailyMail): http://tinyurl.com/npk98co

Turkey
2015/11/20  President Erdoğan calls Muslim countries to unite against terrorism (Source: TheDailySabah): http://tinyurl.com/ptqkm2t

November 20, 2015  Turkey foiled major isil attack on G-20. (Source: HurryjetDailyNews): http://tinyurl.com/nb45ypk

United States
12 Nov 2015   Putin's media Svengali who was found dead in DC hotel was 'murdered for being an FBI informant' - or could even still be alive, claim Russians. Millionaire Lesin, 57, was found dead in $240-a-night in Washington DC last Friday and police are investigating. The pro-Putin 'propaganda channel' he set up, RT, claimed he 'had been suffering from a prolonged unidentified illness'. But DC police have made no such finding and now speculation is mounting in Russia that he was murdered because he had turned FBI informer. Known as 'the Bulldozer' he was key to media falling into line with Putin, for getting the media to dance to Putin's tune. He  had recently found new love and become father with Siberian model, 29. He was a Svengali figure for Putin, who was alleged to have menaced the Russian media into idolizing the strongman president. Lesin was Putin's press secretary during his first stint as president, from 1999 to 2004, before becoming an adviser to the president between 2004 to 2009, founded state television network Russia Today, regarded in the West as a mouthpiece for the Kremlin  He also set up Russia Today, now RT, seen by critics as a 'propaganda' channel aimed at the West. But earlier this year, after the break-up of his marriage, and in a new relationship with his Siberian lover who he may have wed - she referred to him as her 'husband' - he suddenly quit the latest of several high profile positions, as head of Gazprom Media, a major state owned media conglomerate The idea for Russia Today (RT) was conceived by Lesin as the Russian government sought to improve the public image of the country. Before its conception in 2005, the head of the RIA Novosti news agency  Mironyuk said Russia was only known for 'communism, snow and poverty'. Some would argue RT has done little to change that, with most of the West seeing the state-funded television network as a  media arm for the Kremlin and Putin. During the conflict between Russia and Georgia in 2008, RT named Georgia as the aggressor, despite Russia invading parts of Georgia, which had merely defended itself against attack from the separatist governments of South Ossetia and Abkhazia. The channel caused consternation in the US in 2010 when it released controversial adverts showing President Obama merging into Iranian president Ahmadinejad. It was captioned 'Who poses the greatest nuclear threat?' and subsequently banned in US airports, while a similar advert showing a soldier merging into a Taliban fighter causing similar uproar. In 2012 RT's website was hacked by a group called Antileaks, believed to be because of Wikileaks chief Assange backing of the channel or because of the jailing of protest group Pussy Riot. Secretary of State Kerry has referred to Russia Today, often shortened to RT, as a 'propaganda bullhorn'. Following the crisis in Ukraine, Kerry said: 'Russia Today network has deployed to promote president Putin's fantasy about what is playing out on the ground. 'They almost spend full-time devoted to this effort, to propagandize, and to distort what is happening or not happening in Ukraine.'  Even  Putin has admitted RT is biased, saying: 'Certainly the channel is funded by the government, so it cannot help but reflect the Russian government's official position on the events in our country and in the rest of the world one way or another. 'But I’d like to underline again that we never intended this channel, RT, as any kind of apologetics for the Russian political line, whether domestic or foreign.' Lesin was found dead at 11:30am on November 6 while staying on an upper floor at the $240-a-night Dupont Circle Hotel, seen as modest for his multimillionaire lifestyle. Lesin's company the Dastel Corporation bought a 13,000 sq ft Beverly Hills home in August 2011 for $13.8 million and a 10,600 square foot property in Brentwood for $9 million in 2012, it was reported. 'For over a year he was living under FBI scrutiny and a total check on his assets. (Source. DailyMail): http://tinyurl.com/p4hw4hm

Space
16 Nov 2015  Astronaut just tweeted a picture of a ‘UFO’ (Source: TheNewYorkPost): http://tinyurl.com/owh76le

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