Archive For The “Russia” Category

Seth Rich Gave Natalia Veselnitskaya Secret DNC Emails One Month Before His Murder

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Russian chick gets around…. testifying before Congress with Democrat help to enter country, that dastardly meeting withTrump jr, conversing with Seth Rich….

 

Seth Rich Gave Natalia Veselnitskaya Secret DNC Emails One Month Before His Murder

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Senator discussed Presidential campaign and Russia with Russian ambassador, U.S. intelligence intercepts show

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https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/national-security/sessions-discussed-trump-campaign-related-matters-with-russian-ambassador-us-intelligence-intercepts-show/2017/07/21/3e704692-6e44-11e7-9c15-177740635e83_story.html?utm_term=.5e5dccdb6fa6

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US Army Seeks Internet-of-Battlefield-Things, Distributed Bot Swarms – Defense One

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“After nearly two decades of war against technologically unsophisticated foes, the Army Research Lab is reorienting to counter China and Russia”
http://www.defenseone.com/technology/2017/07/us-army-seeks-internet-battlefield-things-distributed-bot-swarms/139533/

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Well Lookie Here=> Russian Lawyer Veselnitskaya is Pictured with Obama Ambassador to Russia – 8 Days After Trump Jr. Mtg.

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So why was Veselnitskaya hanging out with Obama officials just days after her meeting with Donald Trump Jr.?

And why was Veselnitskaya given a privileged seat up front during the Congressional hearing?”

http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2017/07/well-lookie-russian-lawyer-veselnitskaya-pictured-obama-ambassador-russia-8-days-trump-jr-mtg/

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NYT, AP walk back “17 Intelligence Agencies” agreeing on Russian interference… it was 3, but nobody else spoke up… but they would have… or something

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CLAPPER: Senator, as I pointed out in my statement, Senator Franken, it was—there were only three agencies that [were] directly involved in this assessment, plus my office.

FRANKEN: But all 17 signed onto that?

CLAPPER: Well, we didn’t go through that process. This was a special situation because of the time limits and my—what I knew to be who could really contribute to this and the sensitivity of the information, we decided—it was a conscious judgment—to restrict it to those three. I’m not aware of anyone who dissented, or disagreed when it came out.

http://freebeacon.com/national-security/new-york-times-associated-press-correct-claims-that-all-17-intelligence-agencies-agreed-on-russian-interference/

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Hackers Are Targeting Nuclear Facilities, Homeland Security Dept. and F.B.I. Say – NYTimes.com

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The two people familiar with the investigation say that, while it is still in its early stages, the hackers’ techniques mimicked those of the organization known to cybersecurity specialists as “Energetic Bear,” the Russian hacking group that researchers have tied to attacks on the energy sector since at least 2012.

Hackers wrote highly targeted email messages containing fake résumés for control engineering jobs and sent them to the senior industrial control engineers who maintain broad access to critical industrial control systems, the government report said.

https://mobile.nytimes.com/2017/07/06/technology/nuclear-plant-hack-report.html?referer=http://www.drudgereport.com/

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Kalashnikov develops fully automated neural network-based combat module — RT News

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“The key question for humanity today is whether to start a global AI arms race or to prevent it from starting. If any major military power pushes ahead with AI weapon development, a global arms race is virtually inevitable, and the endpoint of this technological trajectory is obvious: autonomous weapons will become the Kalashnikovs of tomorrow.”

https://www.rt.com/news/395375-kalashnikov-automated-neural-network-gun/

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Kremlin sees US urging regime change in Russia

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Same group of people pushing for a simultaneous regime change in the USA…

During President Barack Obama’s eight years in office, the U.S.-Russian relationship deteriorated from an initial “reset” to American allegations that Moscow meddled in the 2016 presidential election to aid Donald Trump’s victory. In between, were intense disagreements over Ukraine and Syria, where Russia has provided military help to President Bashar Assad’s government and the U.S. has backed anti-Assad rebels.

While Trump’s campaign rhetoric was widely seen as sympathetic to Russia, ties have not improved in his first six months of his presidency. In April, Trump said U.S.-Russian relations “may be at an all-time low.” Trump is expected to meet Putin for the first time at an international summit in Germany next week.

http://www.mcclatchydc.com/news/politics-government/national-politics/article158651819.html

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Claire McCaskill Used Undisclosed Foundation to Pay for Dinner at Russian Ambassador’s House

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McCaskill came under fire this March after she told the Washington Post she never had a “call or meeting” with Kislyak even though she had publicly announced both a call and meeting with him. This week, CNN reported that McCaskill also attended a black-tie reception at Kislyak’s D.C. residence in November 2015.

McCaskill’s attendance at the dinner was accompanied by an $873 payment to the American-Russian Cultural Cooperation Foundation, where Kislyak serves on its board of directors as honorary chairman.

http://freebeacon.com/issues/claire-mccaskill-used-undisclosed-foundation-pay-russian-ambassadors-foundation/

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FBI chief McCabe faces three separate federal inquiries into his behavior

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Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe, a central player in the Russia election case, is the focus of three separate federal administrative inquiries into allegations about his behavior as a senior bureau executive, according to documents and interviews.

The allegations being reviewed range from sexual discrimination to improper political activity, the documents show

http://circa.com/politics/fbi-chief-andrew-mccabe-faces-three-separate-federal-inquiries-into-his-behavior

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