With globalists facing a series of devastating defeats and mounting global outrage over their agenda, Obama complained that President-elect Donald Trump “tapped into” what he called a “troubling” strain of public opinion that threatens to unleash war, genocide, and death. Obama's divisive comments acknowledging but then dismissing Americans' rejection of the globalist assault on self-government and nationhood were made in Athens, Greece, during his final official trip abroad. The misleading remarks confirm that, despite escalating public fury worldwide as expressed in Brexit and Trump's election, the globalist establishment is not ready to surrender its radical internationalist agenda just yet.

How Donald Trump handles the dismantling of the Iran nuclear deal will tell much about his new administration.

A new batch of e-mails released on October 10 by the WikiLeaks media organization includes one that Hillary Clinton sent to her campaign chairman John Podesta in 2014  informing him that the governments of Qatar and Saudi Arabia were providing support to ISIS and other radical groups in the Middle East.

In the second presidential debate between Clinton and Trump, aired live Sunday, Clinton was asked about some of her leaked speech transcripts published by WikiLeaks. In particular, the Democrat candidate was asked about a remark she made that “you need both a public and a private position.” Clinton brushed it aside as if it were taken out of context.

The U.S. Navy announced on October 10 that two missiles fired from rebel-held territory in Yemen landed near the USS Mason, a guided missile destroyer sailing off Yemen’s coast in the Red Sea. 

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