Facebook, Instagram & WhatsApp Down in Parts of US and Europe

Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp users around the world are reporting problems with accessing the social networks and messaging platforms, particularly in the eastern United States and Europe.

Thousands of reports have been logged with DownDetector.com and a map of the complaints shows the problems are worse in the northeastern US, across Europe, and eastern Brazil.

Frustrated users have turned to Twitter to vent their annoyance at the service disruption and to petition Facebook, which also owns Instagram and WhatsApp, for an urgent fix.

Instagram outages reported on Wednesday © downdetector.com The Facebook outages reported on Wednesday © downdetector.com

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Oh, the Hypocrisy: US Military Pollutes More than 140 Countries

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Our new study calculated the contribution of this vast infrastructure to climate change.

Greenhouse gas emission accounting usually focuses on how much energy and fuel civilians use.

But recent work, including our own, shows that the US military is one of the largest polluters in history, consuming more liquid fuels and emitting more climate-changing gases than most medium-sized countries. ...read more

Syria’s Second S-200 Debacle in Less than a Year Shows How Desperate It’s Becoming

Syria suffered its second S-200 debacle after a stray missile landed in Cyprus less than a year since a previous one accidentally hit a Russian spy plane last September, with these two incidents showing just how desperate it is to

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Syria suffered its second S-200 debacle after a stray missile landed in Cyprus less than a year since a previous one accidentally hit a Russian spy plane last September, with these two incidents showing just how desperate it is to ...read more

The JCPOA Nuclear Deal: Why Europe Cannot Use the ‘Snap Back’ Mechanism Against Iran

Western media are likely to jump on the ‘snapback mechanism’ wagon now that Iran has released details about the second stage of its reduction in commitments to the nuclear deal, also known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).

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Western media are likely to jump on the ‘snapback mechanism’ wagon now that Iran has released details about the second stage of its reduction in commitments to the nuclear deal, also known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA). ...read more

Part 5: Keith and Cami texts: ‘You liked the taste of his semen better?????’

Dear followers of the Vanguard. This is Part 5 of the Keith and Cami texts.

For ardent followers of the enlightened Vanguard, I suggest you skip this post since it is highly embarrassing. In it Vanguard texts Cami about her making a lifelong commitment to being his slave, and asking her to vow to never be with another man so long as she lives. Naturally, he has to ask her about the other man she was once with – Robbie – and the nature of their sex.

He wants extreme collateral to ensure that she never sees another man as long as she lives. [And in this we see the beginnings of DOS.]  He also wants to know quite a few details of their sex and makes several revelations about himself that followers of the Vanguard might not wish to read about. ...read more

FBI Executed Search Warrant on Emiliano Salinas’ Email Account

When FBI Special Agent Micheal Weniger took the stand in the trial of Keith Alan Raniere on June 13, 2019, he made a revelation that has not been reported in the media as far as I know.

His revelation was that the FBI executed a search warrant on Emiliano Salinas’ email account, thebeacon2009@gmail.com.

Weniger was the last witness called by the prosecution and he said under direct examination that the FBI executed the search warrant because Salinas was involved with Raniere in spying on Nxivm enemies. ...read more

Possible Reasons for Sentencing Delays for Kathy, Nancy and Clare

As we reported yesterday, the scheduled sentencing hearings for Nancy Salzman, Clare Bronfman and Kathy Russell have been postponed indefinitely by U.S. District Court Judge Nicholas G. Garaufis.

Judge Nicholas G. Garaufis

Nancy’s sentencing had been scheduled for July 10th, Clare’s for July 25th, and Kathy’s for July 31st.

The other defendants’ currently scheduled sentencing dates and times are as follows: Lauren Salzman: 11:00 AM on September 11th; Allison Mack: 12:00 Noon on September 11th; and Keith Raniere: 11:00 AM on September 25th. ...read more

Sweden Steps In To Help Free Australian Student Detained in North Korea

Australian student Alek Sigley has been found safe after being detained in North Korea, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has confirmed.

Sigley has been freed from detention in North Korea and is now safe and well in China, according to an update from Australia’s Foreign Affairs Minister Marise Payne.

The 29-year-old is expected to travel to Tokyo later on Thursday, July 4. ...read more

FBI Received Orders During the Clinton Email Probe Preventing Indictment Under Espionage Act

Comey: request gave me queasy feeling https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lCY0pB2f3o4

James Clapper Knew There Was No Evidence of Trump-Russia Collusion In 2016 https://thefederalist.com/2019/04/24/james-clapper-knew-no-evidence-trump-russia-collusion-2016/ ...read more