With President Obama's popularity sinking to more than 70% deficit of popularity, Wall Street and its British Empire are careening into a race to between thermonuclear holocaust and the British Empire's crushing defeat (and, Wall Street's, too, naturally). With the threat of global thermonuclear war a week, or more away, no more than a slight nudge would be sufficient to topple British puppet Barack Obama into defeat — and defeat of the British Empire's plan for global genocide only a slight margin away.

The essential mission of all U.S. patriots, is to assure that the British puppet Barack Obama were dumped in time to prevent the greatest holocaust in history from occurring — the virtual extinction of the human species threatened as global thermonuclear war. The drive toward Obama's impeachment is within reach, now; close in, before it were too late!

Meanwhile, the number of impeachable offenses which President Obama is accumulating, is breeding like mice. He is careening toward impeachment — and criminal charges as well. Good riddance for Obama, and security for people, is the essential fact. Without Obama in charge of the U.S.A., global thermonuclear war can not be a British imperial success. Then we may begin to fix what needs to be fixed, after a long, long time.

Obama's impeachment prospects are now ripe; his terms of imprisonment for his high crimes and misdemeanors (including mass murders), will be addressed, in due course, later. The matter of murder and treason is among the possibilities.

Speaking in Moscow on Saturday at the 40th Science Assembly of the highly-respected international Committee on Space Research (COSPAR), Lev Zeleny, Director of Russia's Space Research Institute, presented a wide-ranging and ambitious plan for Russian space exploration and space science over the next two decades.

As Argentina continues to resist the British Empire's war to annihilate it, its defenders are increasingly pointing to the fact that the 1999 repeal of the Glass-Steagall Act allowed the vulture funds to flourish, as globalization took hold. President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner also alluded to Glass-Steagall in her July 25 speech to an audience in Chaco province.

The Select Committee to Investigate Benghazi met this week with family members of the four Americans who were killed U.S. mission and CIA annex in Benghazi nearly two years ago.

On July 10, the Department of Justice announced that it would not pursue accusations that the CIA spied on the Senate Intelligence Committee and allegations that committee staff slipped classified documents from a secure agency facility. Now, on Friday, Aug.

Did NATO confirm a CNN report, earlier this week, that the Kiev regime had used ballistic missiles in its military campaign against anti-coup rebels in southeastern Ukraine, and then, under pressure from the regime, change its mind? A Deutsche Welle report, dated this Saturday morning, would seem to indicate that's what happened.

John Brennan's CIA penetrated and spied on the U.S. Senate Intelligence Committee's computer network during the Committee's investigation of the legality of the CIA's infamous detention and interrogation program, according to a report released by the CIA's Inspector General July 31.

There was excellent, detailed coverage on Friday in The Raw Story and The Blaze on the efforts of Rep. Walter Jones (R-N.C.), Rep. Thomas Massie (R-Ky.) and former Florida Sen. Bob Graham to declassify the 28 pages of the joint congressional inquiry into the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks in New York City.

British Prime Minister David Cameron's war-mongering July 27 London Sunday Times column, and his constant hounding of European leaders for a confrontation with Russia over Ukraine, have gotten a sharp answer from Moscow.

In an interview with Nature magazine on the status and challenges of the international ITER fusion project, ITER Director-General Osamu Motojima stressed that both the collaborative international program and the domestic experiments of each partner country are needed for the future of fusion. He used the United Kingdom as an example. There, about 50 people are working on ITER, he said.

In a July 31 open letter to the U.S. Congress, 100 international economists warn that the ruling by New York Federal Judge Thomas Griesa ordering Argentina to pay $1.6 billion to the predatory vulture funds, if not reversed, could cause "unnecessary economic damage to the international financial system as well as to U.S. economic interests."


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