Month: March 2017

NBC News: Hillary Clinton ‘Covered Up’ Pedophile Ring At State Department


An NBC news report claims that Hillary Clinton, while secretary of state, shut down an investigation into an elite pedophile ring in State Department ranks in order to avoid scandal and protect the careers of high ranking officials and an ambassador. 

The NBC investigation was broadcast at a time when they were a real news organization rather than a branch of the Democratic Party’s PR department, and provided internal State Department memos to back up claims of a massive Hillary Clinton elite pedophile ring cover-up.

Serious allegations concerning the State Department,” the NBC anchor announced, before launching into the disturbing details that mainstream media would be unable to report on in 2017.

According to internal State Department memos the agency might have called off or intervened into investigations into possibly illegal, inappropriate behavior within it’s ranks allegedly to protect jobs and avoid scandals.

“This concerns a time when Hillary Clinton was secretary of state.”

There is an old saying in Washington that the cover-up is worse than the crime. But in this case both parts of it are disturbing,” Chuck Todd continued.

Allegations of prostitution and pedophilia, and allegations that those crimes were somehow covered up or not looked into. So the State Department this morning is having to respond to those claims, and those investigations involve misconduct by State Department officials, including an Ambassador and security agents attached to then secretary of state, Hillary Clinton.

“The allegations are that these investigations were whitewashed, quashed altogether, and that those orders came from high up.”

NBC has obtained documents relating to ongoing investigations into some disturbing allegations involving State Department personnel and at least one ambassador. A State Department memo says, quote, “the Ambassador routinely ditched his protective security detail in order to solicit sexual favors from both prostitutes and minor children. 

“The memo also says a top State Department official directed State Department investigators to “cease the investigation” into the ambassador’s conduct.” It’s just one of what another document describes as “several examples of undue influence” from top State Department officials.”

Elite pedophile ring

In contrast to Clinton’s cover-up, President Trump has announced a federal investigation into the elite pedophile scandal involving human trafficking earlier this month and promised to help put an end to the “horrific, really horrific crimes taking place.”

The president held a short, dramatic press conference after meeting with human trafficking experts to announce that he will direct “the Department of Justice, the Department of Homeland Security and other federal agencies” to devote more resources and personnel to the investigation.

Appearing at the press conference for less than two minutes, President Trump said that the issue has been on the radar of federal government “for some time” but since taking office in January the investigation has become “much more focused.”

It has been much more focused over the last four weeks, I can tell you that.”


Back From The Dead? Reported Sightings Fuel Hope For Return Of Tasmanian Tigers

The Thylacinus cynocephalus, a masupial known by many by the name “Tasmanian tiger,” has been merely the stuff of sketches for decades. Here is a print of the animals first published in Louisa Anne Meredith’s 1880 Tasmanian friends and foes: feathered, furred and finned.

Tasmanian Archive and Heritage Office

It has been more than eight decades since the last known Tasmanian tiger died. In that time, the marsupial has become the stuff of textbook sketches and yellowing photographs, little more than a memory aging into oblivion.

But Thylacinus cynocephalus may still be out there.

The Tasmanian tiger, in this photograph taken while the species was still around.


Recent “plausible sightings” have challenged the accepted wisdom that the animal has gone extinct — and have inspired researchers at Australia’s James Cook University to commence a quest to find it themselves.

Let’s clarify one thing right away: this animal is no feline. In fact, it’s a marsupial — in the same family as kangaroos — but its face looks a lot like a dog.

“It’s a dog with a pouch,” the university’s Sandra Abell tells All Things Considered. She’s one of the people leading the search in Queensland, Australia.

“It has a very dog-like face,” she says, “but its back and the tail in particular looks a little bit kangaroo-like. Its hind quarters are very distinctive — so they have stripes on the back end and that large tail, very interesting looking.”

The team is planning to place dozens of cameras in the area the elusive animal has reportedly been spotted, in hopes of catching it on tape.

The researchers also plan to use the cameras to collect more general information about declining populations of mammals in Australia. Abell says that north Queensland has recently experienced “small mammal crashes,” and the tapes might help explain why.

Once common in Australia and Tasmania, the last known Tasmanian tiger died in 1936 at Tasmania’s Hobart Zoo, according to the Australian government.

That was more than 100 years after a prominent land company in Tasmania offered a bounty to settlers to kill the tigers, which were hunting newly introduced sheep, according to the Tasmanian government. It later introduced its own bounties and paid more than 2,000 of them between 1888 and 1909.

In 1986, the species was declared “extinct by international standards,” the Tasmanian government adds.

Still, reported sightings have persisted ever since the death of the Hobart Zoo animal.

A Tasmanian tiger in captivity, circa 1930. It is believed that the last wild thylacine was shot in 1930 and the last captive one died in 1936.

Topical Press Agency/Getty Images

There’s even a group — the Thylacine Awareness Group of Australia — that tracks reports and is dedicated to the idea that the Tasmanian tiger still exists.

Some claims appear more credible than others. Australia’s ABC reports that researchers were particularly intrigued by a recent account given by former tour operator Brian Hobbs about a camping trip in 1983:

” ‘I hopped out of bed and put her [the dog] on a short leash, grabbed a spotlight and started to look around the camp towards the ravine area where I’d been walking the dog previously,’ he said.

” ‘All of a sudden I had these sets of red eyes looking at me and there was a male, a female and two pups – I got within 20 metres of them.’ …

” ‘These animals, I’ve never seen anything like them before in my life,’ he said.

” ‘They were dog-shaped – I had a shepherd with me so I certainly know what dogs are about – and in the spotlight I could see they were tan in color and they had stripes on their sides.”

Abell rebuffs comparisons to searches for rumored animals like the Yeti or the Loch Ness monster.

“This isn’t a mythical animal, this is something that is real. We have real fossils and we have images and video footage of this real animal,” she said. “But the probability that it will be discovered is very low, so I’m not persuaded that they’re out there. For me, I’ll need some hard data to be able to satisfy my curiosity.”

She adds: “I really hope they’re out there. I think it would be an amazing thing to discover.”

Galaxy S8 Vs Galaxy S7: What’s The Difference?

Samsung has launched the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus and there are key differences between them. Samsung is betting most on the Galaxy S8, but is it really so different to the Galaxy S7 and or even the better buy? You might be surprised.

So let’s break it down…

Galaxy S8 (left) Vs Galaxy S7 (right) - there's no comparison when it comes to style.

Galaxy S8 (left) Vs Galaxy S7 (right) – there’s no comparison when it comes to style.

Display – Bigger Is Indeed Better

Let’s start with the big stuff – literally. By far the biggest way Samsung has differentiated the Galaxy S8 from the Galaxy S7 is its display:

  • Galaxy S8 – 5.8-inch Super AMOLED, 1440 x 2960 pixels (570 ppi pixel density), 83.6% screen-to-body ratio, Corning Gorilla Glass 5
  • Galaxy S7 – 5.1-inch Super AMOLED, 1440 x 2560 pixels (577 ppi pixel density), 72.1% screen-to-body ratio, Corning Gorilla Glass 4

Yes the Galaxy S8 display is massive and now takes up over 83% of the front of the phone. Given the Galaxy S7’s 72% was class leading last year, this is a significant step forward. The new display is also slightly brighter with improved contrast making the Galaxy S8 the first smartphone receive Mobile HDR Premium certification. And Gorilla Glass 5 survives falls better than Gorilla Glass 4.

The Galaxy S8 running high quality video at full resolution is a stunning sight

The Galaxy S8 running high quality video at full resolution is a stunning sight