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Die Biden-Administration
#31
Proteste in Russland: EU denkt über Sanktionen nach

25. Januar 2021 Thomas Pany
Das US-Außenministerium solidarisiert sich mit Protestierern. Russland kritisiert Einmischung in innere Angelegenheiten
Das Vorgehen der russischen Ordnungskräfte gegen Protestierende in Russland am vergangenen Wochenende hat EU-Außenpolitiker dazu angeregt, vernehmbar über "nächste Schritte" nachzudenken, wie der Guardian heute Morgen berichtet.
Die USA, Großbritannien und EU-Länder kritisierten am Sonntag die Regierung von Wladimir Putin. Der französische Außenminister Jean-Yves Le Drian bezeichnete die Massenverhaftung von Tausenden Demonstranten in mehreren russischen Städten als "unerträglichen Affront" und "Abgleiten in den Autoritarismus".
Guardian
Der EU-Außenbeauftragte Josep Borell kündigte an, dass man als Antwort auf die Festnahme Nawalnys in der letzten Woche "nächste Schritte" diskutieren werde. Wie diese konkret aussehen könnten, dafür zitiert die britische Zeitung den polnischen Präsidenten Andrzej Duda: "neue Sanktionen" - und den CSU-Europapolitiker Manfred Weber: "neue Sanktionen".
Der Fraktionsvorsitzende der Europäischen Volkspartei (EVP) kommt ausgiebig zu Wort. Weber plädiert dafür, dass die EZ dort ansetzt, "wo es dem System Putin wirklich weh tut - und das ist das Geld".
Darüber hinaus, so wird Weber weiter zitiert, müsste die Drohung, Nord Stream 2 zu stoppen, nach wie vor auf dem Tisch bleiben.
Auch aus der neuen US-Administration kam Kritik an der russischen Regierung. Das Außenministerium (State Department) veröffentlichte am vergangenen Samstag, den 23. Januar, eine scharfe Bausch-und Bogen-Verurteilung. Man begnügte sich nicht damit, konkrete repressive Vorgänge bei den Protesten am Samstag scharf zu verurteilen, sondern bettete das grundsätzlich in das große Bild einer langjährigen Politik der Unterdrückung in Russland ein:....

mehr https://www.heise.de/tp/features/Protest...34905.html
 
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#32
Alexei Navalny & Russia Baiting: Biden Brings Back Business as Usual
Joe Biden enters the White House with an entourage of faces very familiar to OffGuardian, and many of those readers who have been with us since the beginning.
Glassy-eyed Jen Psaki is once again taking the White House press briefings. Victoria “Fuck the EU” Nuland is going to be secretary of state, and Samantha Power is hoisted back onto a platform from which she can berate the rest of the world for not following America’s “moral example” by bombing Syria back to the stone age.
It was the machinations of these people – along with Biden as VP, John Kerry as Secretary of State and of course Barack Obama leading the charge – that lead to the coup in Ukraine, the war in Donbass and – indirectly – the creation of this website. For it was our comments on the Guardian telling this truth that got everyone here banned, multiple times.
 
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#33
Das große Erwachen: Biden bricht alle Versprechen



 
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#34
Joe Biden und die Linken
Was in den australischen Medien steht und bei uns nicht (jedenfalls hätte ich es bei uns noch nicht gesehen):
Former deputy prime minister and Nationals MP @Barnaby_Joyce says Australia needs America to be an “absolutely strong bastion” for our own protection, but President @JoeBiden has now been “runover by the radical left”.https://t.co/NeEe7plqlP
— Sky News Australia (@SkyNewsAust) January 26, 2021
„has been run over” ist vielleicht etwas dick aufgetragen, sowas kann man nach 5 Tagen noch nicht sagen, aber würzig wird das schon, wenn sich da die Linksradikalen mit der linken Regierung fetzen, und in dem Fetz „Rechte” nicht mehr vorkommen. Bin mal gespannt, wie die deutschen Medien das dann darstellen.
Der Brüller ist ja, dass Kamala Harris zwar einerseits als politisch ganz weit links außen gilt, andererseits aber auch als knallharte Staatsanwältin, die zwar Kindesmissbrauch durch die Kirche durchgehen lässt, aber für Demonstrationen, Riots und sowas gar nichts übrig hat.
Das wird echt unterhaltsam. Kartoffelchips, Erdnüsse und Popcorn!

https://www.danisch.de/blog/2021/01/26/j...ie-linken/
 
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#35
Tucker fights back as Biden plans to change the country at record pace



 
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#36
Argo Nerd@argonerd11 Std.

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»Biden verliert keine Zeit und unterzeichnet erste Anordnungen«

Vs. »Trump regiert per Dekret im Alleingang und sorgt für Entsetzen«

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Wir werden während der Biden/Harris-Administration in Sphären der öffentlich-rechtlichen Lobhudelei vordringen, die wir uns vorher nicht in den kühnsten Träumen ausmalen konnten. Es wird ein haltungsbetäubtes Fest und ich freue mich darauf!

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#37
Biden signs executive actions addressing climate crisis
President Joe Biden signed a raft of executive actions on climate change while comparing the crisis to the coronavirus pandemic. CNN's Kaitlan Collins reports the executive actions will integrate climate change into virtually every level of the federal government
https://edition.cnn.com/videos/politics/...-politics/
 
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#38
An Joe Bidens Umfragewerte kam Donald Trump niemals heran http://to.welt.de/Png5RRE
 
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#39
6 State Attorneys General Warn Biden Over Potential Presidential Overreach
A coalition of state attorneys general on Wednesday sent a letter to President Joe Biden reminding him that any potentially unconstitutional executive actions or federal overreach will not go unchallenged.
The letter, signed by six attorneys general (AGs), puts the Biden administration on notice that any actions that might exceed their statutory authority, are inconsistent with constitutional tenets, or place civil liberties at risk could trigger legal action by the states.
“We stand ready to meet with your administration to discuss more how the issues below affect our States; litigation is never first option, and we would like to help your team in its important job on behalf of all Americans, consistent with the Constitution and the rule of law,” West Virginia AG Patrick Morrisey, who is leading the group, wrote in the letter addressed to the White House (pdf).
 
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#40
A Domestic Terrorism Law? War on Dissent Will Proceed Full Speed Ahead

Philip Giraldi

What makes the current state of war against “terrorism” so dangerous is that the national security apparatus has been politicized.
President Joe Biden has already made it clear that legislation that will be used to combat what he refers to as “domestic terrorism” will be a top priority. That means that his inaugural speech pledge to be the president for “all Americans” appears to apply except for those who don’t agree with him. Former Barack Obama CIA Chief John Brennan, who is clearly in the loop on developments, puts it this way in a tweet where he describes how the new Administration’s spooks “are moving in laser-like fashion to try to uncover as much as they can about [the] insurgency” [that includes] “religious extremists, authoritarians, fascists, bigots, racists, nativists, even libertarians.”
The United States Constitution’s Bill of Rights, which includes freedom of speech and association, has been under siege for some time now. Government has always used its assumed powers conferred by a claimed state of emergency to deprive citizens of their rights. During the American Civil War Abraham Lincoln imprisoned critics of the conflict. Woodrow Wilson’s First World War administration brought in the Espionage Act, which has since been used to convict whistleblowers without having to present the level of evidence that would be required in a normal civil trial. During the Second World War, Franklin D. Roosevelt erected concentration camps that imprisoned Japanese Americans whose only crime consisted of being Japanese.
But perhaps the greatest attack on the Bill of Rights is more recent, the Patriot and Military Commissions Acts that were passed into law as a consequence of the “Global War on Terror” launched by President George W. Bush in the wake of 9/11. Together with the secretive Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA), which includes a court designed to speed up the warrant approval process, ordinary citizens found themselves on the receiving end of surveillance for which there was little or no justification in terms of probable cause. The FISA process was even notoriously abused in the national security apparatus attempt to derail the campaign of Donald Trump. The tools are in place for ever more government mischief and no one should doubt that the Democrats are just as capable of ignoring constitutional safeguards as the Republicans have been.
What makes the current state of war against “terrorism” so dangerous is that the national security apparatus has been politicized while the government has learned that labeling someone or some entity terrorist or even a “material supporter of terrorism” is infinitely elastic. That is precisely why Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has frequently called out opponents and attached to them the terrorist label, since it then permits other steps that might otherwise be challenged.
And there is also the fact that the playing field has changed since the First and Second World Wars. The government has technical capabilities that were never dreamed of in most of the twentieth century. Edward Snowden and other whistleblowers have demonstrated how the government routinely ignores constitutional limits on its ability to interfere in the lives of ordinary citizens. Not only that, it can monitor the lives of millions of Americans simultaneously, giving the police and intelligence agencies the power to mount “fishing expeditions” that literally invade the phones, computers and conversations of people who have not been guilty of any crime.
The authorizations that already exist will be further weaponized to go after dissidents as identified by the new regime. A bill introduced by House intelligence committee chair Adam Schiff “would take existing War on Terror legislation and simply amend it to say we can now do that within the U.S.” It would be combined with previous legislation, including former president Barack Obama’s infamous 2012 National Defense Authorization Act, which allows the military to indefinitely detain American citizens suspected of terrorism without a trial. Obama and Brennan also assumed an illegal and unconstitutional right to act as judge, jury and executioner-by-drone of American citizens overseas. Given those precedents, a bill like Schiff’s would free the national security community’s hands even more.
The new body of legislation would mean increased secret legal surveillance, suppression of free speech, indefinite incarceration without charges, torture, and even perhaps assassination. If it sounds like totalitarianism it should. There ought to be particular concern that the plan of the Biden Administration to go after so-called domestic terrorists will be this generation’s version of either Pearl Harbor or 9/11. The incident that took place at the Capitol Building on January 6th (already being referred to as 1/6 in some circles) has been exaggerated beyond all recognition and is now being regularly referred to as an “insurrection,” which it was not, by both politicians and the mainstream media. The language used to vilify what are alleged to be “right wing” and “white supremacist” enemies of the state is astonishing and the technology is keeping pace to turn the United States and other countries into police states to ensure that citizens will do the bidding of government.
To cite only one example of how technology can drive the process, Biden has several times threatened to initiate and enforce something like a nationwide lockdown to defeat the coronavirus. Can he do it? Yes, the tools are already in place. Facial recognition technology is highly developed and deployable in the numerous surveillance cameras that are being installed. Wrist bands are being developed overseas that are designed to compel compliance with government dictates on pandemic measures enforcement. If you have been told to stay home and are instead walking the dog your wrist band will tell the police and they will find and arrest you....

mehr https://www.unz.com/pgiraldi/a-domestic-...eed-ahead/
 
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