Thursday, 1 September 2016

More prepartiona for war in Germany?

Germany Preparing for WAR! Begins DRAFTING ---- Doctors!

Germany Preparing for WAR!  Begins DRAFTING ---- Doctors!

30 August, 2016

The German government has begun sending out Conscription (Draft) Orders for military service and the people being drafted into the Army are DOCTORS!  SuperStation95 has confirmed two (2) individual Doctors who have received the Draft Orders.  One must report to a military center to begin Army service in eight (8) days, the other is required to report in fourteen (14) days.  The notices make clear the Doctors "are not to talk about this with anyone."
It is now ultra-clear that European governments are preparing for war.  This Drafting of Doctors comes less than one week after the German government issued a 69 page document to their citizens calling for the "immediate stockpiling of food and water" and justified this urgent action by saying "in case of an emergency which threatens our existence."    One day later, the Czech Republic told its citizens to begin "preparing for the worst."   Five days later, the government of Finland began quietly telling its citizens, through local government Councils, to begin stockpiling food and water, to prepare for something bad.
On Monday, August 29, we reported that Russia had mobilized Reserve Army Troops for the first time since the 1968 invasion of Czechoslovakia.  Yesterday, Tuesday August 30, we have found that the total mobilization is actually 80 mobilization brigades.  About 10 tank brigades, 30 motor rifle brigades, 20 artillery and 20 other support brigades. So about 300,000 men. Our original story appears HERE.
SuperStation95 reached out to our contacts in the Pentagon, The Intelligence Community and the State Department and the answers we're getting are very serious.
According to the Pentagon, there has never been a mobilization like this in Russia before.  The shear size of it is described by seasoned Pentagon officials as "staggering!"  According to two separate sources in the Intelligence Community, various intel sources indicate the Russians intend to take action - but they are not certain if that action will be in Ukraine, Syria or . . . Turkey.  The fear is that the size of this mobilization may mean "all of the above."  
Our source in the Pentagon put it this way:
Russia has also mobilized divisions of the National Guard, and the NAF is mobilizing its reserves to go from 35,000 men to 95,000.

Russia has assured this will be a coalition war by sending its CSTO allies to the Belarussian-Polish border. So that includes units from Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Armenia, Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan.

When you count it all up, Russia and allies now have something like half a million men on alert opposite Ukraine, the Baltics and Poland.

I've never seen anything like it.

Reservists in the Southern, Central and Western Military Districts are being called up, and trucks from the civilian sector are being transferred into military service as per the mobilization plans. In addition, workers in militarily vital industries in southern Russia are being conscripted into the Ministry of Defense - they can no longer quit or transfer without military approval for the duration of the alert.
According to the Russian Ministry of Defense
"There will also be carried out conscription of citizens from the reserve supply of automotive technology and the formation of military units of territorial defense in the Southern, Central Military District and the Northern Fleet.
Field offices of Bank of Russia for the first time will take the financial security troops apart from the permanent dislocation points. In addition, a number of enterprises of the military-industrial complex in southern Russia will test the willingness to carry out tasks for the supply and repair of weapons, military and special equipment."

To understand the magnitude of what's taking place, consider that 3 military districts each with ~ 50 administrative units (oblasts+republics).  Only Stavropol has called-up 4600 reservists. If the average reserve call-up elsewhere is only half (average 3000) that makes this call-up of Russian Reserve Troops about 150, 000 !!!
Stavropol is home to a BKhiRVT. That's a mobilization brigade, all the vehicles and weapons but no troops. They have now manned it with 4600 reservists, adding another maneuver brigade to the 49th Combined Arms Army. There are accounts of multiple BKhiRVTs in several Military Districts being manned.
This call-up of Reserves is almost unprecedented. They've never called up the reserves. Not for Crimea, or Georgia, or even even Chechnya.In scale, this is closer to the mobilization for the invasion of Czechoslovakia in 1968.


Guccifer 2.0 strikes again


Black Lives Matter a ‘radical movement’ & other Dems talking points revealed by Guccifer 2.0


House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi watches election returns at the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee headquarters in Washington © Gerald Herbert
RT,
31 August, 2016

Hacker ‘Guccifer 2.0’ has been a thorn in the side of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee after he says he broke into their computers. Now he has released several internal memos, including one calling Black Lives Matter a “radical movement.”

In a memorandum to fellow DCCC staff members from last November, Troy Perry outlined the background and demands of the Black Lives Matter movement.

Presidential candidates have struggled to respond to tactics of the Black Lives Matter movement,” Perry wrote. “While there has been little engagement with House candidates, candidates and campaign staff should be prepared.”
He then warns staffers that the document is for internal use only.

This document should not be emailed or handed to anyone outside of the building,” he wrote. “Please only give campaign staff these best practices in meetings or over the phone.”

In the background section, Perry refers to BLM as a “radical movement to end ‘anti-black racism’.”

He then outlines tactics for staffers in dealing with BLM, including meeting with local activists, providing a point person, and being a partner by leading “from behind.”

However, BLM activists don’t want their movement co-opted by the Democrat Party,” Perry wrote. “They are leary of politicians who hijack their message to win campaigns.”
Screenshot of the DCCC's Black Lives Matter memo

Do not say ‘all lives matter’ nor mention ‘black on black crime’,” he added, because both terms are “viewed as red herring attacks,” and such a response “will garner additional media scrutiny and only anger BLM activists.”

This is the worst response,” he added.

Perry no longer works for the DCCC, and is now a member of the campaign for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, according to his Twitter profile.

The BLM memo was one of ten total documents “related to immigration, Hispanics, BLM, Islam and other issues” that came from “a folder from the [sic] Nancy Pelosi’s PC”released by Guccifer 2.0 on Wednesday. Pelosi is the House minority leader.

Docs from ’s PC

The memo about Hispanics was written by DCCC Executive Director Kelly Ward to DCCC Chair Steve Israel of New York ahead of a Congressional Hispanic Caucus BOLD Political Action Committee weekly breakfast in October, 2013. While much of the document covers background minutiae, Ward does discuss several sore points that the CHC has with the congressional committee.

The biggest problem is the “lack of Hispanic staff at the DCCC, particularly at senior levels,” she wrote, noting several ways in which the committee is addressing their concern, including asking Israel to acknowledge the work of the DCCC’s CHC liason, “who has played a critical role in our Hispanic outreach efforts this cycle.” Ward also asked him to mention open positions with the committee.

Another concern was about Hispanic candidates during that election cycle.

CHC members are divided on their support of DCCC’s Candidate Mayor Pete Aguilar (CA-31). It is in your talking points to acknowledge their divided support for Baca/Aguilar,” she wrote. “The CHC Members might ask you about Luz Robles, UT-02 Latina candidate. DCCC’s political team has been in contact with CHC BOLD PAC staff regarding this race, although it is not a competitive district.”

Hacker strikes again, posts congressional Democrats’ passwords
Much of the rest of the document dump is filled with “inside politics” type talking points or fundraising goals. This stands in stark contrast to Guccifer 2.0’s last leak in mid-August, which included the DCCC’s password lists, cell phone numbers and many campaign documents.

Pelosi said she received “obscene” phone calls after that release, Bloomberg Politics reported.

I have received scores of mostly obscene and sick calls, voicemails and text messages,” Pelosi wrote in a letter to party members. “Please be careful not to allow your children or family members to answer your phone.”

Turkey rules out true with Kurds and lashes out at the US

Turkey rejects truce with Kurds, lashes out at US over ‘unacceptable’ comments

A Turkish army tank drives towards to the border in Karkamis on the Turkish-Syrian border in the southeastern Gaziantep province, Turkey, August 25, 2016. © Umit Bektas
RT,
31 August, 2016

Ankara has summoned the US ambassador to Turkey to explain Washington’s “unacceptable” comments about Turkey’s anti-ISIS operation in Syria, rejecting any talk of a ceasefire with the US-backed Kurdish militia and vowing to “eliminate all threats.”


Turkish forces crossed into Syria on August 24, targeting Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) positions along the border. As IS fighters melted away, however, Turkish troops involved in ‘Operation Euphrates Shield’ clashed with the Kurdish YPG militia, part of the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF).


Washington has since called on Turkey to refrain from targeting the Kurds, with the State Department spokesman John Kirby saying this was “not helping us degrade and destroy” IS, while Pentagon spokesman Peter Cook said the reports of clashes were “a source of deep concern.”

US Defense Secretary Ash Carter also called on Turkey to “stay focused on the fight against IS and not to engage the SDF.”



Turkey’s reaction to Washington’s criticism was to summon US Ambassador John Bass to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and express Ankara’s official displeasure.  During the meeting it was stressed that “such statements are unacceptable and do not correspond to the relations with the alliance,” said Turkish MFA spokesman Tanju Bilgiç, according to the newspaper Hurriyet.

Turkish FM spox: We've conveyed our message through US Ambassador in Turkey that Turkey would not accept such statements from ally country
On Wednesday, Turkish officials rejected reports by US Central Command officials of a “ceasefire” with the Kurdish militia.

We do not accept in any circumstances a ‘compromise or a ceasefire reached between Turkey and Kurdish elements’,”Minister for EU Affairs Omer Celik said, as quoted by Al-Masdar News“The Turkish republic is a sovereign, legitimate state. You cannot say it has reached a deal with terrorists.”

Prime Minister Binali Yildrim said that ‘Operation Euphrates Shield’ will continue, adding that Kurdish militias – the PKK, PYD and the YPG – “are all the same and hurt Turkey.” While the US has accepted Turkey’s designation of the PKK as a terrorist organization, Washington has resisted extending the designation to other Kurdish militias based in Syria and Iraq, while Ankara has maintained there is no distinction between them.

Operations will continue until all threats to Turkish citizens have been eliminated,” Yildrim said. “We are determined in our stance.”

Chappatte on Turkey’s Military Operation in Syria

The government in Damascus has condemned the Turkish incursion as a violation of Syrian sovereignty. Accompanying the Turkish troops are some 1,500 militants of the “Free Syrian Army,” fighting against the internationally recognized government of President Bashar Assad.

Speaking with Turkey’s Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu on Wednesday, Russia’s top diplomat Sergey Lavrov“expressed Moscow's concern over the actions by the Turkish army and Ankara-backed opposition units in northern Syria and their potential impact on peace efforts in the Syrian conflict," the Russian Foreign Ministry said in a statement, quoted by Sputnik.