Profile of a Terrorist

No ifs and buts—-

the terrorist is a Muslim.

He will have more hair on his face.

He will be dark-skinned,

single,

unemployed,

unemployable

and sits most quietly when alone.

He appears to have some cash resources

even if he has no visible source of income.

He is somber, gloomy

and he has a hard stare.

He does not socialize.

Stay away from him.

He has millennia in his mind.

And maybe a bomb in his pocket.

 

ISIS Intrudes to Marawi City

 

The intrusion into Marawi City

by elements of ISIS

dramatizes a lost Caliphate.

Isis could have captured most of the Middle East,

but for some adversarial factors which I shall discuss on the next post.

(If I am still here)

I have put out the notice

that I am still analyzing whether this intrusion

is a diversion or the main attack or what.

Let me discuss first what prodded this incursion.

The source of funds for the ISIS are oil and drugs.

In the Southern Philippines, that source would be drugs and kidnapping.

The sources of oil and drugs are running out.

So is drugs and kidnapping.

This is fast leading to a Caliphate lost.

If this intrusion was to divert government attention away

from a drug shipment, it failed; because,

acting on a tip from the Chinese intelligence,

a humongous drug shipment was intercepted.

If this attack was a diversion to land a larger force somewhere else,

it could not have been, because a larger force would have the

Maute leaders should be seen to be in command.

If, as was observed, there were a large number of ISIS snipers,

such sniper rifles could be reserved for sniping at one particular target—

the Commander-in-Chief.

After all, he is the one with much success in eradicating drugs.

Much commendation should be given the government and people

of the Philippines for embracing the Muslims as family,

even making Muslim holidays as national holidays.

Even as the country is predominantly Catholic.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Trump=Lavrov Meeting

Putin ready to provide records of Trump-Lavrov talks to prove no secrets were leaked

Published time: 17 May, 2017 11:28 Edited time: 17 May, 2017 13:14

 

Russian President Vladimir Putin says he is ready to provide records of the recent meeting between US leader Donald Trump and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, to dispel the “political schizophrenia” around the allegations that state secrets were leaked.

“If the US administration deems it possible, we are ready to provide the Senate and Congress with the transcript of the conversation between Lavrov and Trump,” Putin said at a press conference, following a meeting with Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni on Wednesday.

Kremlin aide Yury Ushakov followed up on Putin’s statement with a clarification that there was no audio recording at the Trump-Lavrov meeting, and the only form of record available is a transcript.

It comes after the Washington Post claimed that Trump had “revealed highly classified information to the Russian foreign minister [Sergey Lavrov] and ambassador in a White House meeting” on May 10.

Trump maintains that the data he shared with Lavrov concerned flight safety and terrorism, and that he had the “absolute right” to provide the information at an openly scheduled White House meeting.

Russian Foreign Ministry spokesperson Maria Zakharova issued a mocking response to the claims, posting on Facebook: “Have you guys been reading American newspapers again? Don’t read them. They can be used in many different ways, but one shouldn’t read them – recently it has become not only harmful, but dangerous.”

“We are seeing in the US a developing political schizophrenia,” Putin said.

 

“There is no other way I can explain the accusations against the acting US president that he gave away some secrets to Lavrov.”

Those who “are destabilizing the internal US political situation using anti-Russian slogans either don’t understand that they are bringing this nonsense in on their own side, and then they are just stupid, or else they understand everything, and then they are dangerous and corrupt people,” Putin said.

“Anyway, this is a US matter, and we don’t want and don’t plan to interfere,” the Russian president said.

Putin promptly followed his statements about the Trump-Lavrov meeting by saying he did share some secrets with the Italian prime minister.

“As for the message I delivered to Mr. Prime Minister, it is of a secret nature, I cannot tell you about it,” Putin said with a smile.

While much discussed by the media, the alleged state secret leaks appear not to have damaged Washington’s overseas alliances. UK Prime Minister Theresa May has vowed to continue sharing intelligence data with the US.

 

 

The Commencement Speech

The Trump speech at the Coast Guard Commencement Exercises

did not mention anything about FBI and lackluster Comey,

giving the impression that the news about

the whole thing

is irrelevant.

Interestingly enough, a lot of Trump’s adversaries

are mostly women.

(mamma mia!)

The Russian Hand…

Vladimir Putin, the Russian President,

has offered a transcript of the meeting between Lavrov and Trump

to help prove that no American classified secret were compromised.

This is not only a gesture to help President Trump

but is actually a handshake being offered by the Russians

to the American wealthy who are hell bent on

proclaiming Russia as an enemy

to further their own personal aggrandisement.

I do doubt that the American hierarchy will accept this goodwill

and offer to accept the handshake.

handshakes, for them,

do not result in monetary profits.

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Protocol

Personally, again, it would be smart for me as an American President

(I wish)

to allow an FBI investigation on matters relevant to Russia

if the Russian diplomats are coming for a formal visit.

Protocol says so.

So does etiquette.

So does hospitality.

Obstruction of Justice

Personally, I would not acuuse anybody of obstructing justice

if there was no crime committed,

otherwise such an accusation is mischievous.

yellowBat

Trump Gives away American Secrets to Russia…..

I knew it! I knew it!

I knew he would give away to the Russians

the American secret of making skinless hotdogs!!!!

and I thought the press was excluded from the US-Russia meeting….

The Middle Class

Remember the middle class?

Most of which belong to the agricultural portion of the country?

These people would rather feed their cows and hogs

than watch CNN or whatever?

Trump speaks for them,

owns their loyalty.

Whatever the press and hostile elements say against Trump,

these people will not believe.

Rather, the attacks strengthen their trust on Trump.

The only party that can bring Trump down decisively

would be that party that belongs to the middle class,

not those that earn a living

without shedding blood or sweat.

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FBI Director Sacked!

YUP! Comey never knew what got him!

He only knew he lost his job

when he watched his tv set.

And again, Trump’s people blame him

before they find out why.

The reason can only be

that Comey did not do what he said he will do.

Comey must be gathering more info than is required of his project.

Information, the Americans will find out later, IS POWER.

Remember J. Edgar Hoover?

He held some Presidents under his will

because he owned some particular info about them.

The Americans should also remember that the FBI

has failed in some important events that the country had to suffer.

One of these is September 11.

The Americans should blame Trump on the results of his actions

and not on his decisions.

And maybe, they should once in a while give him some

applause for that which he did well.

As for international criticisms,

the Americans should not worry.

Trump has given the world the impression

that he can accomplish things without the tedious procedures

of asking permissions to act.

Forget about the weirdness in Trump.

GIVE TRUMP THE ELBOW ROOM THAT HE NEEDS!!!!

asianski

Scotia McLeod/Scotiabank Comes Through

Referring to my last post

regarding the lack of funds to cover the withdrawal

of the Registered Savings,

a glance at my checking account today revealed

the amount in question being deposited.

It looks like I spoke too soon.

Or did I?

Whatever it is,

the Bank of Nova Scotia

and the Scotia McLeod investments

came through.

I was right on one thing though,

it did not require the the Ombudsman to intervene

to get things accomplished.

I have said that while the Ombudsman in banks

exerts  very intimidating proddings to get things done,

the President of the Bank of Nova Scotia

has the more direct drive to see things through.

This is analogous to the Ombudsman using the broom

as against the Bank President wielding a hammer.

Get it?

I  GUESS  APOLOGIES  ARE  NECESSARY

AND  I  DO DIRECT  THESE TO THE

AFOREMENTIONED  FINANCIAL  INSTITUTIONS!!!

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Scotia McLeod / Scotiabank RRIF a Scam

I do hope that I am mistaken

because I have yet to get the money deposited.

Transactions were made thru the

Bank of Nova Scotia

to convert RRSP’s to RRIF.

Now the RRIF has to be withdrawn fully

and papers were prepared

in a Bank of Nova Scotia branch.

That was last February 15.

No word has come from the bank

nor from Scotia McLeod

about the process of withdrawal.

The President of the Bank of Nova Scotia

has started an investigation into this matter

but how long would it take to find out

if they have the money to cover the withdrawal amount?

What I do know is that the notation placed on this account

is that this was slated “to be dispersed to the checking account”

It did not say when, though.

But what I get from the email coming from the

office of the President of the Bank of Nova Scotia

is that I have the right to take my case to

the Ombudsman of the banks.

Of course, but that process would incur more stalling time.

If the bank does not have the money to cover this small amount

it should notify the Canadian government so that

they can get another bailout.

Meantime, the Bank of Nova Scotia

and/or ScotiaMcLeod

are stalling for time.

yellowBat

Cancer: What Have We Missed?

Nothing much, I would admit.

Just the more important things.

With all the international researches we are doing

we have yet to find a cure for cancer.

What a mess!

And every scientist, every doctor,

and every researcher will say

that they are making progress.

I agree, but in what?

Progress is being achieved in fighting the symptoms,

symptoms of inflammation,

the pain it produces,

and eventually,

progress in comforting the dying patient.

What then have we missed?

Tune in to this blog,

or should I say, re-tune in to this blog.

We might have missed something about cancer,

but don’t miss this topic of mine.

it will be nothing you have read of or heard about.

This will be brought to you in simple,

layman’s terms, without ads nor requisites.

This write-up will not be called

the truth about cancer

(because we never missed that)

but it will be called

what have we missed

as plain as day.

This post is not an invite.

But this one you should bite.

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Bye, Mom……

It is not easy to forget

Those times loaded with regret

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When you were not given

More of what you love

And less of what hurt.

Bye, Mom….

Take good care of all of us.

emmy 

 

The Hacking Cough

After they have thrown the kitchen sink at Trump

they now throw this cough at him,

or more precisely,

a hacking cough,

or that cough that makes one gaggle

and suffer pains in the chest.

Buckley’s may work on this type of coughs

and maybe not Trump’s.

Now every other country in the world hacks

every other country in the world.

France, Germany, Russia, North Korea,

China, Paskistan,

and just about any country with internet technology.

All this hacking needs is the intercept of communications

and the tap into a server that keeps files.

it is no big deal with its requirements.

Now the American intelligence communities publicize

that Russia has hacked the American elections.

Of course it did.

So did everybody else.

In fact they do this all the time

and in all events (important or not).

If the American intelligence community makes a big deal

out of it now,

boy, they are not exactly intelligent.

The Russian hacking of the elections has them gaggled

and they are coughing it out against Trump.

I say again, Shades of j. Edgar Hoover,

the intelligence community is paranoid,

nay, desperate

in keeping their jobs.

(this website of mine is actually being hacked at all times of the day in the effort to find out where I get my items. Think of it this way—-The walls have ears—so I keep saying)

Russian Reply

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2-State Solution for Israel?

This UN Resolution for Israel has the right motives

but it will create another problem.

it appears that this resolution was fast-tracked,

meaning to say it is being done in  haste.

In so many times I did mention in this site

that the crux of the problem is this:

the UN created the state of Israel

right smack dab in the land of Palestine

without defining its borders.

As a result, Israel continues to expand its area

via the construction of settlements for Israel.

In time, the region which the Palestinians

 claim as their territory is getting smaller

because Israel continues to build settlements.

The Un hesitated to approve the creation of

a Palestinian state.

Oftentimes it

throws the problem backstage.

This new resolution attempts to compensate for the

neglect of the Palestinian problem

but its approval still does not prevent

the construction of Israeli settlements.

There will still be no defined borders.

Instead of approving a resolution for two-states in the region,

the UN should simply correct itself and put down borders.

As a consequence of fixed borders,

the implication is that the state of Israel

is confined to a limited territory,

and what is left after this is Palestinian territory.

There would then be the automatic formation of the state of Palestine

and the expansion of Israel  is ended.

In other words,

let the territory define the state

and not the state define its borders.

Now, for the umpteenth time,

DEFINE THE BORDERS OF ISRAEL.

 

Finders Keepers

Donald Trump would not accept the underwater drone

that the Chinese seized from the South China Sea

and is now returning it.

Smart decision.

WHY?

Think of the implications if the US accepted their drone.

Now think of the more powerful international implications

if the US refused to accept.

If you still don’t get it,

try not to think American,

think Oriental instead!

If you still don’t get it.

You’re hopeless.

Under Siege

This website of mine

http://coolambo.ca

is under attack

by you guess who?

There are now feelers to close this site.

It must be something I said,

EH?

I am pretty sure this attack is not being done by the Russians, yes?

Blaming Putin Again?

Of all the ridiculous things to blame on Putin

it is that he ordered the hacking of the US presidential election

that made the Americans vote for Donald Trump.

Next thing you know Putin is to be blamed

for American dirty water.

International impression of the country commonly called

the United States

is getting lower and lower and lower.

No mea culpas, eh?qmark2

Global Cooling

This is Nature’s warning—-

there has bee too much carbon tax being imposed.

Stop collecting carbon tax.

And tell the Green Party to protest against carbon tax!

nice_day

War Strategy in the Middle East

War strategy in the Middle East may still conform

to those of the Afrika Korps and the Arab Legion,

but with some significant critiques.

Presently, there has been no utilization of such weapons  as

helicopter gunships, or modern heavy tanks.

The introduction of shoulder-fired missiles prohibits

the use of these weapons.

These are also vulnerable to sandstorms which

gets in through the filters.

The main thing, though, was the utter disregard

for the benefits from battle strategies

such as the simple siege.

The reason for the extended life of the pseudo army

that is the ISIS is that it still enjoys an endless

supply of provisions and ammunition.

A siege of an area such as Mosul would surround the city

and their supply lines would be cut.

The idea is to block communication from the rear.

But then again, sieges are ancient strategy,

but they will still work.

Retreat To Palmyra

The Generals declared that ISIS has recaptured Palmyra.

My guess is that ISIS retreated to Palmyra

where they may have a weapons cache

and the logistics would be more favorable for them.

Furthermore, it is to be noted that ISIS just walked in to Palmyra.

Palmyra is also a site which is still full

of historic artifacts, and as such may not come

under bombings by the Syrians.

It is also closer to the Iraqi border, and may then serve

as a base for the ISIS in Iraq in case

these are forced to retreat.

Should all the terrorist forces be concentrated

on Palmyra, expect a last ditch battle.

The Kitchen Sink

The losers of the last American Presidential election

have thrown every swipe at the winner,

Donald Trump, in their attempt

de-legitimize the newly elected

President,

which is Donald Trump.

They have thrown everything at Trump

but the kitchen sink.

The components of the American Intelligence Community

have rolled out the rumor

that Russian hacking have influenced the election results.

This is a no-brainer swipe,

meaning that those who thought of this

literally have no brains.

Hacking is one thing.

Hacking to influence millions of voters,

or even change the results,

is another thing,

and is not only next to impossible.

IT IS impossible.

The most practicable way for the Russians

to help put up Trump as President

is for Putin to stand at the corner,

wearing a wig,

to wink and smile with coyness at every voter,

who then scampers to vote for Trump.

The reason for the rumor is that the Intelligence Community

is afraid that Trump will privatize these institutions

and hire the KGB to do its work.

With the failure of the less than Intelligence Community

to rile up Trump,

the Electoral College now steps in

to take up the PRRRRST effort.

More no-brainers.

Their function is to declare the winner of the elections

as determined from the legitimate results.

They are not supposed to scrutinize the qualifications

of the winner.

The voters have already done this function.

Consider now this Electoral College nuisance

AS THE THROWN KITCHEN  SINK!

But I do not see

Donald Trump ducking it.

He only quacks at it!

Good for him—keep cool, man.

Their beef should be directed to the Constitution!

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Protectionism

Trump’s America will shift to protectionism

within the nascent stage of his administration.

The country will retreat into a shell

to replenish its resources

and re-fashion its mode of international relationships.

It has to, if only to retain the dominance

of the American dollar.

Inside this shell, America will rejuvenate

and thusly will it resume its

leading position in the world.

In the past years, America over-extended

its military influence,

always in mind the threat of Russian aggression.

This was a mistake.

The world does not have to bow and kow-tow to America

for the Americans to lead.

Besides, Russia has enough of its own domestic problems

to challenge America for world domination.

And China?

This country will have problems feeding

its own people

and will retain the American currency for foreign transactions.

I believe that America will retreat into

a shell of its own making

to heal and restore its resources

for another try in world domination

via business transactions.