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America’s law enforcement, intelligence, and military communities — the foundations of America’s national security complex — have long established and maintained themselves as the best in the world.

This is not a partisan issue — and it very much has to do with how the spirit of our Declaration of Independence, the practical translation of our Constitution into law, and the security of our Bill of Rights have been passed from one generation to the next. To believe or even propose that your FBI or DHS or other national security institution has lied to you beggars belief.

Perhaps Allen West understands that patriotic vigilance, now well alerted by so many “Allahu Akbar” terrorist attacks, may also spin into national paranoia.

For those feeling somehow good about Moscow:


Do the reading on the Cold War; have a good hard look yourself at the “Moscow Apartment Bombings“; then have a look at ISIL in Syriahttps://conflict-backchannels.com/2016/12/09/syria-assad-isil-background/ — and, oh, with a few minutes for examining the Russian economy, ask yourself: is Putin’s Moscow what you now admire?

I’ve added the URLs back to the above plain text, so it was really left up to Facebook readers to depart from laziness and embark on some research of their own.  It’s a shame, but those pointing the finger and calling others “sheeple” would seem often those who need to point that finger back at themselves.  On the Russian hacking scandal, those defending President Elect Trump’s rejection of firm intelligence findings — again: from the best services in the world — have already swallowed Putin’s poison.

Breaking Reference – Fast Links

The FBI confirmed last night (Friday) that Russian President Vladimir Putin directly ordered a campaign to interfere with the US presidential election. He acted in order to promote US President-elect Donald Trump by blemishing Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s name.

http://www.jerusalemonline.com/news/world-news/around-the-globe/putin-interfered-with-us-presidential-election-25800 – 1/7/2016.