More CNN Misinformation. Russia’s “Aggressive” Victory Parade. US Troops marched before Red Square

Debunking more of CNN’s contradicting Yellow Journalism. Calling Russia’s 71st Victory Day Parade “Aggressive” and to “Show off Russia’s new Military to the West”, while nothing new was shown in the Parade. Also not mentioned, how on the 65th V-Parade, NATO Troops marched on Red Square. Conclusion: Victory Day is an annual Holiday celebrated in many countries with Military Parades.

– April Reports, CNN Contradicting ITS OWN Information of Russian Flyby of US Warship USS Donald Cook:

My other Media Debunking Misinformation Video’s:
– 11-04-2015: International Media claims a Russian Cargo Plane crashed in S. Sudan. The plane was actually Ukrainian, leased by Turkmenistan:
– Multiple Media’s claim Russia bombed 5 Hospitals in Syria in November 2015. 2 US State Dept Meetings claim they have evidence, but never provided any. No specific date, no location, no name of the hospitals, no death toll, no plane used, etc for “the risk of National Security”:
– 12-24-2015: Dutch Paper “Telegraaf” reports on Ukraine not providing Radar Images of MH17 Plane Downing, and included Russia is also not providing Radar Images and Video’s. Debunked, and proved that Russia not only provided, but publicized Radar Images and Video’s a couple of days after the MH17 incident, which matched other International Aircraft Radar Trackers:

CNN “Putin takes a swipe during Victory Day”-
65th Victory Day (Part 5) –

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Key West, FL Irma Damage & Recovery Mallory Square – 9/17/2017

Latest remote HD camera footage of Hurricane Irma damage and recovery at Key West at Mallory Square, cruise ship docks, Sunset Key. Also shows Navy, Coast Guard, DHLS, and FEMA vessels in action at Key West responding to disaster needs.
Shot Description

1) Wide shot of Mallory square at Key West covered in sand left by Irma’s surge. FEMA vessel “Empire State” in left at Navy basin. Coast Guard vessel in Key West channel with guns. Storm clouds tower over Cuba in the far distance background.
2) Iconic Key West rooster walking around destroyed boat debris at Mallory Square, Key West.
3) FL State Trooper vehicle driving on Mallory Square.
4) People on damaged Mallory Square.
5) Another shot of state trooper vehicle.
6) Building damaged by Irma at edge of Mallory Square.
7) Coast guard vessel with gun turret protecting Key West harbor.
8) DHSL vessel approaching damaged cruise ship dock.
9) Closer shot of DHLS vessel at damaged cruise ship dock.
10,11) Navy landing craft departs Navy basin carrying relief supplies.
12,13) FEMA vessel “Empire State” at Navy basin.
14,15) Another Navy landing craft departing with supplies to upper Keys.
16) Storm clouds tower over Cuba in the far distance off Key West.
17) Dept of Homeland security (DHLS) boat patrolling Key West waters.
18) Key West business boarded up with FL state trooper.
19) Rooster eats bread left by compassionate people.
20) Damage at gate to cruise ship dock at Mallory Square.
21) Boat sunk at shore of Sunset Key off Key West.
22) Pier damaged at Southern Most Beach.

Operation Defensive Shield, The Battle Of Manger Square, Various Locations – 2003

(1 May 2003) Jenin – April 13, 2002
Destroyed street in Jenin
Woman carrying bottle
Women entering home which has been half destroyed
Street littered with debris from buildings
Women salvaging possessions

Jenin – April 16, 2002
Woman drinking from tap in the rubble
Sewage water in rubble, pan to women sitting and talking in demolished house
Woman standing on first floor of destroyed house with her children
Pan of destroyed houses

Instant Library 2002 – The Battle of Manger Square
Various Locations – 2002

After running battles with Israeli troops, about 200 Palestinian gunmen forced their way into the Church of the Nativity – believed to be the birthplace of Jesus Christ – in Bethlehem’s Manger Square. Israeli tanks positioned themselves on the square and soldiers occupied buildings overlooking the church. Thus began the siege of Bethlehem that lasted five weeks. Those inside the church with the gunmen included human rights activists, journalists and members of the church’s clergy.

During the siege, while intense negotiations took place, some of those holed up inside, and the bodies of those killed in gun battles with the Israelis, were able to leave. Israeli soldiers threw smoke bombs between those leaving and journalists, blocking the view.

A European-brokered deal ended the siege. As part of the deal, 13 of the group- those highest on Israel’s wanted list- were deported, first to Cyprus and then to other European countries. Another 26 militiamen were transported to the Gaza Strip, where they were to remain, exiled from the West Bank.

Bethlehem – April 2, 2002
Various of Bethlehem, AUDIO gunfire

Bethlehem – April 2, 2002
Tank driving towards camera, drives over car in street

Bethlehem – April 8, 2002
Various early morning shots of Manger Square, smoke rising with AUDIO heavy gunfire
Israeli soldiers searching firefighters (before allowing them to attend to fire)

Bethlehem – April 25, 2002
Wide shot Manger Square with tank in front
Blindfolded prisoners leaving church

Bethlehem May 4, 2002
Israeli soldier standing guard
Church bells ringing, zoom out to church

World News Review 2003
APTN / Pool
Various Locations – 2003

Hope of progress in the Middle East peace process lay with the appointment of Mahmoud Abbas (Abu Mazen) as the first Palestinian Prime Minister. After pressure applied by both The United States and Israel, Palestinian President Yasser Arafat agreed to relinquish some of his power to create the new post. The appointment was seen as a pre-cursor to the U.S. unveiling its “road map” to peace, with the aim of establishing Palestinian statehood within three years. However, continued violence and Israeli strikes within the West Bank and Gaza on Hamas targets were a constant setback to progress.

7.3.03 – Ramallah, West Bank
Abu Mazen, Palestinian Prime Minister Designate, sitting at desk

18.3.03 – Ramallah, West Bank
Various of Palestinian Legislative Council meeting in chamber
Various of council members voting on resolution

9.4.03 – Gaza
Various shots of bodies being carried through crowd
Various shots of masked paramilitary fighters with guns in burial parade

9.4.02 – Jenin
Damaged empty classroom, pan to blood on floor
Close up of broken light and blood splattered floor
Pockmarks on ceiling and walls

File, 20.4.96 – Gaza
Mohammed Abu Abbas – allowed into Gaza for first time to attend Palestinian National Council meeting sits down
Abbas greets man

16.4.03 – Baghdad
Wide shot of exterior Mohammed Abbas’ house

23.4.03 – Ramallah, West Bank
Wide shot of Arafat (centre) holding hands with Mahmoud Abbas ( left) and Suleiman (right) seated at table

1.5.03 – Ramallah, West Bank

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Cairo protester tackles tanks ‘like Tiananmen Square’

Egypt’s presidency has declared a state of emergency after scores of people were killed when security forces stormed protest camps in Cairo.

The camps had been occupied by supporters of former president Mohammed Morsi, who was deposed in early July.

The BBC’s Hugh Sykes in Cairo described a big cloud of black smoke from burning tyres, and barricades of tanks.

He said one young man stood in front of a tank driven by security forces in a scene “like Tiananmen Square” – a reference to the famous image from protests in Beijing in 1989.

Illegal Tiananmen Square liquor arrives in HK

(2 Jun 2017) A bottle of forbidden liquor produced last year by Chinese activists to mark the 1989 military crackdown on Beijing’s Tiananmen Square has arrived in Hong Kong after a trip around the world.
Hong Kong pro-democracy leaders on Friday unveiled the bottle of Chinese baijiu marking the date June 4, 1989, when communist leaders sent tanks and troops to retake the square from student-led protesters, leaving hundreds if not thousands dead.
They called for the release of the four Chinese dissidents arrested last year for bottling the baijiu in a bid to raise awareness about the crackdown.
The bottle was smuggled from China and taken on a symbolic trip around the world.
It will be displayed at a Hong Kong museum dedicated to chronicling the bloodshed, just days before the city marks the anniversary with a candlelight vigil.
The four dissidents, Fu Hailu, Chen Bing, Zhang Junyon and Luo Fuyu, were arrested in the southwestern city of Chengdu and charged in March with “inciting subversion of state power.”
Their arrests are part of a broader crackdown on rights activists under President Xi Jinping.
“What is Xi Jinping afraid of?” said pro-democracy organizer Lee Cheuk-yan. “If he is afraid of this June 4, ’89 liquor, then I believe he should be even more concerned about Hong Kong peoples’ candlelight.”
Talk of the crackdown remains taboo in mainland China and many people are not aware of it, though it is freely discussed in Hong Kong, a special Chinese region with much autonomy.
The four dissidents dubbed the booze “Eight Liquor Six Four” and sold it for 89.64 yuan — shorthand for the crackdown date.
In Chinese, the word for liquor sounds similar to the word for nine.
The bottle’s label depicts a lone figure facing down a row of tanks, reminiscent of the famous “Tank Man” image from 1989, and boasts of being aged 27 years with 64 percent strength.
The bottle was carried by hand through countries in South Asia, the Middle East and Europe, according to the Hong Kong Alliance in Support of Patriotic Democratic Movements in China, which operates the museum. Neither the countries nor the couriers were identified.
It reportedly arrived in Paris, where it was mailed to an exiled Chinese activist, Yang Jianli, in Washington, who handed it off to Hong Kong activist Andrew To, who carried it on its final leg from the US before he flew back home with it last weekend.
The bottle will be displayed at the museum’s temporary location until June 15, when it closes down.
Organizers are looking to buy a permanent space.

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Times Square car crash driver, a US Navy veteran who “heard voices”

A man steered his car onto a sidewalk running through the heart of Times Square and mowed down pedestrians for three blocks Thursday, killing a teenager, then emerged from his wrecked vehicle wild-eyed and waving his arms before he was subdued by police and bystanders. The carnage raised immediate fears of a terrorist attack, but investigators quickly turned their focus to the sobriety and mental health of the driver, identified as Bronx resident Richard Rojas. The driver, a 26-year-old U.S. Navy veteran, told officers he was hearing voices and expected to die, according to two law enforcement officials. Rojas enlisted in the Navy in 2011 and was an electrician’s mate fireman apprentice. In 2012 he served aboard the U.S.S. Carney, a destroyer. He was most recently based at the Naval Air Station in Jacksonville, Florida, and was discharged in 2014.
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