According To Julián Castro, ‘Trans Women’ (Also Called Men) Have The Right To Abortion

Julián Castro decided to out virtue signal his fellow candidates by saying he wants “trans women” to have access to “women’s reproductive rights” as well. 

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NATO Delivers Ultimatum to Russia

BRUSSELS—NATO countries made a pact on June 26 to beef up their air defense systems and surveillance efforts unless Russia destroys its new nuclear missile system within the next six weeks.

Members of the military alliance agreed, during a meeting at its Brussels headquarters, to deploy a “wide range” of countermeasures if the Kremlin continues to flout a major international arms agreement.

However, they ruled out “mirroring” Russia’s actions by deploying more of their own nuclear weapons in Europe, saying the West “doesn’t want a new arms race” with Moscow. read more

Woman Dies Due to Virus from Rodent Droppings, Officials Urge Vigilance

A 42-year-old New Mexico woman has died after contracting Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome (HPS), according to the New Mexico Department of Health (NMDOH).

It is the second case of HPS reported in New Mexico and the first case of the virus resulting in death.

HPS is a fatal respiratory disease transmitted by infected rodents.

The Health Department hasn’t released the deceased’s identity. They described the woman as a 42-year-old victim from McKinley County in a press release.

After the case was reported, the health officials did an environmental investigation at the infected woman’s home in a move to reduce any remaining risks to other people. read more

Suspected State-Backed Hackers Transformed Telecoms Giant Into ‘Global Spy System’

On what has been an otherwise relatively slow news day as President Trump heads to Japan for this weekend’s G-20 summit, the Associated Press has joined Reuters in publishing an expose about a cyberespionage campaign that just might have its origins in Beijing.

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According to the AP, which sourced its story from a presentation given by the head of Cybereason, a global cybersecurity contractor brought in by telecoms firms to trace the source of another potentially major breach, a group of possibly state-backed hackers infiltrated the system of an unnamed telecoms giant to spy on a group of unnamed “VIPs” call records, location data and other information. The hack essentially allowed the hackers to track the movements and activities of the targets. And because the hack occurred at the service-provider level, it would be virtually impossible for the 20 or so end-user targets to discover the breach on their own. In essence, the hackers were able to transform the targeted firm into a “global surveillance system.” read more

Trump: War President Or Anti-Interventionist?

Authored by Patrick Buchanan via Buchanan.org,

Visualizing 150 Iranian dead from a missile strike that he had ordered, President Donald Trump recoiled and canceled the strike, a brave decision and defining moment for his presidency.

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, John Bolton and Vice President Mike Pence had signed off on the strike on Iran as the right response to Tehran’s shootdown of a U.S. Global Hawk spy plane over the Gulf of Oman.

The U.S. claims the drone was over international waters. Tehran says it was in Iranian territory. But while the loss of a $100 million drone is no small matter, no American pilot was lost, and retaliating by killing 150 Iranians would appear to be a disproportionate response. read more

Stunning Exposé Offers New Details About China’s Infiltration Of 8 Tech Giants

Over the past year, Western media organizations have published a non-stop stream of reports about “Operation Cloudhopper”: The Chinese government’s clandestine program to spy on and siphon economic secrets from some of the world’s largest tech companies.

 

We have shared some details of the program before: China’s Ministry of State Security has worked with a shadowy group of hackers called ‘Advanced Persistent Threat’ 10 to infiltrate American and European enterprise tech firms using a very consistent MO: Hackers would infiltrate the cloud computing networks of ‘managed service providers’, then ‘hop’ from network to network’, gaining entree to the networks of these firms’ clients. Back in December, the US named some of the hackers suspected of working with APT10, and was backed up by Germany, New Zealand, Canada, Britain, Australia and other allies all issued statements. read more

Dawning Information Industry and Jiang Mianheng have Close Ties

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A Chinese supercomputer company listed on the U.S. Department of Commerce’s export control “entity list” is believed to have intimate ties with infamous former Communist Party leader Jiang Zemin.

Dawning Information Industry Co., Ltd. (Zhongke Shuguang, a.k.a. Dawning Company) is a high-tech enterprise concentrating in high-performance computer and server manufacturing.

As a state-owned listed company, Dawning’s largest shareholder is Beijing Zhongke Computing Source Asset Management Co., Ltd. (with a 21.32 percent ownership), a division of the Institute of Computing Technology of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. read more

Israel Folau Fundraiser Tops A$2 Million Thanks to Support From Australian Christian Lobby

Israel Folau has raised more than $2 million through the Australian Christian Lobby website to support his unfair dismissal case against Rugby Australia.

A campaign to raise funds to support ex-Wallaby Israel Folau’s legal stoush with Rugby Australia could soon finish after donations topped $2 million.

The Australian Christian Lobby, which set up the fundraiser on its website, said the flow of donations since it was opened on Tuesday had been overwhelming.

“We have decided we should stop at $2 million and raise more money if and when we need it,” ACL head Martyn Iles told The Australian on Thursday. read more