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February 27, 2015

Feb 27 15:19

OG and the Catamite Hordes on the Shifting Sands of Time.

“The factory of the future will have only two employees, a man and a dog. The man will be there to feed the dog. The dog will be there to keep the man from touching the equipment.”

Feb 27 14:40

Homelessness rises 55% under ‘disgraceful’ Tory govt

Devastating figures released by the Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) reveal a significant 55 percent rise in homelessness since David Cameron became prime minister in 2010.

Feb 27 13:50

Secret Police Facility “Black Site” Discovered Inside America, Detaining & Torturing Americans

In a startling report from the Guardian, details have been revealed about Chicago police detaining American citizens at “black sites.” These sites are similar to those used by the CIA around the world to interrogate/torture alleged terrorists.

Feb 27 13:39

There’s already a conspiracy theory brewing over net neutrality

It's been less than 24 hours since the Federal Communications Commission voted to approve strict new regulations on Internet providers, but that's the leading question coming from its critics.

Conservatives are demanding that the FCC release a full copy of the regulations that it's planning to impose on companies such as Comcast and Verizon — and taking the agency's silence as evidence of a cover-up. Readers of an FCC blog post have suspiciously mused that "these new regulations should have been published by now." It's much the same over on Twitter.


Feb 27 13:32

Good News! Tax Audits Will Dwindle to Record Levels This Year

Well, tax season is officially in here, as Americans of all walks of life scramble to get their extortion papers tax returns in order before April 15th. Although, I’m not really sure why they call it “tax season.” That makes it sound like you could draw a comparison to something like the “holiday season.” I guess there are some similarities. You will spend months stressing over your finances, as you struggle to figure out how you’re going spend all your money on stuff you don’t need, but I digress.

There is some great news on the tax front. Apparently, this year the IRS will issue the lowest number of audits since 2005.

Feb 27 13:30

PERCEPTION MANAGERS: 35,000 INDIVIDUALS HAVE REPORTEDLY SIGNED UP TO JOIN UKRAINE’S ‘INFORMATION ARMY’

Russia’s vast state media sector has been embroiled in what has been referred to as an “information war” with Kiev and Western outlets since the beginning of the Ukrainian conflict, offering differing interpretations of the Ukrainian revolution and subsequent war in the east of the country.? The new initiative, which seeks to mobilise Ukrainian bloggers to post their accounts of the war online, was made live earlier this month in a bid to counter Russian propaganda coverage of the conflict.

Feb 27 13:30

Why Would MO Auditor & Gubernatorial Candidate Tom Schweich Kill Himself Right After Inviting Reporters to His Home?

It’s all over the news today that Republican Missouri Auditor Tom Schweich, a man who had just announced he planned to run for governor last month and who had just invited reporters to his home later this afternoon, was shot and killed this morning at his home in an “apparent suicide.”

Police have declined to comment on whether or not there was a note, what type of weapon was used, or where the wound landed at this time.

It’s odd timing considering not only his recent announcement that he would run for Missouri governor, but Schweich had scheduled interviews later that afternoon at his home with both The Associated Press and St. Louis Post-Dispatch to break a story.

In fact, Schweich had just called St. Louis Post-Dispatch reporter Tony Messenger seven minutes before the 9-1-1 call went through from his home.

Feb 27 13:19

VIRGINIA TO COMPENSATE FORCED STERILIZATION VICTIMS

Legislators in the U.S. state of Virginia voted Thursday to allow compensation for victims of forced sterilization, though few survivors are alive today. “I think it’s a recognition when we do something wrong we need to fix it as a government,” said Democrat delegate Patrick Hope. “Now we can close this final chapter and healing can begin.”


Feb 27 13:14

CIA’S NEW BIG DATA HUB WILL BE HOSTED IN THE CLOUD

The CIA is preparing to take the next step in its quest to shake up the status quo of siloed agencies within the intelligence community. CIA Chief Information Officer Doug Wolfe confirmed Wednesday the intelligence agency will start using Cloudera’s Enterprise Data Hub platform by April, a move he expects “to extend the innovation and push the envelope on a whole range of different solutions” for all 17 IC agencies.

Feb 27 13:07

KIM DOTCOM’S MEGA IS DROPPED BY PAYPAL OVER END-TO-END ENCRYPTION, MAY ADOPT BITCOIN INSTEAD

Mega, the end-to-end encrypted cloud storage platform founded by mercurial entrepreneur and occasional outlaw Kim Dotcom, is back in the news. This time, the company’s primary adversary is PayPal, which earlier this week cancelled its payments processing contract.

Feb 27 13:00

Ukrainians Escape From Mobilization by Obtaining Hungarian Citizenship

Almost 94 thousands of inhabitants of Zakarpattia region in western Ukraine have obtained Hungarian citizenship, according to Janos Arpad Potapi, Hungary's Secretary of State.

Feb 27 12:58

The Entire Case for Sanctions Against Russia Is Pure Lies

U.S. President Barack Obama has stated many times his case against Russia — the reason for the economic sanctions. In his National Security Strategy 2015, he uses the term “aggression” 18 times, and 17 of them are referring specifically to only one country as “aggressive”: Russia. However, not once does he say there what the “aggression” consisted of: what its target was, or what it itself was. He’s vague there on everything except his own target: Russia.


Feb 27 12:45

Monsanto Wants to Know Why People Doubt Science

On Twitter recently, someone asked the question “Why do people doubt science?” Accompanying the tweet was a link to an article in National Geographic that implied people who are suspicious of vaccines, genetically modified organisms (GMOs), climate change, fluoridated water and various other phenomena are confused, adhere to conspiracy theories, are motivated by ideology or are misinformed as a result of access to the ‘University of Google.’ The remedy, according what is said in the article, is for us all to rely on scientific evidence pertaining to these issues and adopt a ‘scientific method’ of thought and analysis and put irrational thought processes to one side.

Feb 27 12:38

February 2015 Breaks 100-Year-Old Denver Snow Record

February 2015 officially broke the record as Denver’s snowiest February in history on Thursday evening.

The most snow ever recorded in Denver for the month of February was 22.1 inches, back in 1912. That stood for over 100 years, until Thursday.

Feb 27 12:33

Delegation pushes for Michigan missile defense site

The Michigan delegation’s senior senator and longest-serving House Republican said Friday they are working to convince the Pentagon to locate a $3 billion missile defense site in Battle Creek.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I guess Kellogg is a major strategic target in the coming nuclear war!


Feb 27 12:30

Chicago's debt is now two notches above junk: Moody's

In a blow to Mayor Rahm Emanuel, one of the major bond-rating services today downgraded Chicago's credit to just two levels above junk, saying the city has not been able to adequately control the soaring cost of worker pensions.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"No problem. We'll just send those retired workers over to the police dungeon where they will "disappear!" THAT will cut costs!" -- Hizzoner Damayor

Feb 27 12:28

Iran test-fires ‘new strategic weapon’ to battle ‘Great Satan’ US

Iran has concluded a massive naval and air defense war games by successfully test-firing a “new strategic weapon,” which the country says will play an important role in the future battle against the US.

The test was performed on the final day of the Great Prophet 9 exercises, which above other activities included a simulated attack on an American aircraft carrier.

Feb 27 12:15

Coldest February in 140 years grips Detroit in deep freeze

The last time February was colder in Detroit, Ulysses S. Grant was president, the city's garages were horse barns and the first Carhartt jacket had yet to be sewn.

With one day to go, February 2015's average temperature is 14.5 degrees. That's the coldest since 1875, when the average temperature was 12.2 degrees, according to the National Weather Service.

And Friday's high isn't expected to be much more than 20 degrees, said National Weather Service meteorologist Dan Thompson.


Feb 27 12:07

Net Neutrality Vote in the FCC: You Lose America

It is manifestly unjust, and indeed outrageous, to allow this sort of cost-shifting to go on. It may be legal but it should be considered fraud. This is the false narrative being sold to you to support “Net Neutrality”, and it’s going to ram you right up the chute in the form of higher costs for your Internet connections whether you want to use Netflix and Facebook or not.

Feb 27 12:02

February now coldest month on record in London

The City of London is marking the coldest month on record this February, beating the last low by a whole degree.

According to Environment Canada, the mean temperature in London so far this month has been -12.7 C, that's 8.2 C below the normal average of -4.5 C.

The previous coldest February on record was in 1978, when the average temperature was -11.7 C.

Feb 27 12:01

Record snow? Weekend storm may break Boston record

Boston may hit a snowfall record this weekend as another round of snow moves in Sunday night.

Models show the system bringing only 3 to 6 inches across the region, but that may be enough to topple the snowfall total record for Boston.

Feb 27 12:01

Four photos of slush waves that’ll chill your bones

If only photographer Jonathan Nimerfroh had a specially designed “slurfboard,” he could be riding the semi-frozen waves rolling onto the shores of Nantucket. Instead, the intrepid photographer resorted snapping these shots while “absolutely freezing on the beach.”

“When I pulled up to the beach I could see the horizon just look strange,” he wrote, adding that the high temperature that day was a bone-chilling 19 degrees. “When I got to the top off the dunes I saw that beginning about 300 yards away from the shoreline the ocean was starting to freeze.”


Feb 27 12:00

Slurpee waves! The moment semi-frozen breakers rolled ashore in New England amid record cold

Plummeting temperatures have broken hundreds of winter records across the country - making February one of the coldest months in history.

But in New England, it has gotten so cold even the waves are starting to freeze.

These incredible photos of so-called 'slurpee waves' were taken by surfer Jonathan Nimerfroh in Nantucket, Massachusetts.

He took his camera out when he noticed the horizon looked strange - and then spotted the surf had turn slushy.

Feb 27 11:59

Forecast: Record cold Thursday night in SE Michigan

Instead, clearing skies, dry air, light wind, and an Arctic airmass overhead are perfect conditions for another night of radiational cooling (we’ve seen so many this winter) -- a very efficient mechanism for sharply falling temperatures. By dawn Friday, temperatures in the Urban Heat Island should be close to our official record low of -4°, set back in 1934.

Feb 27 11:54

#LizardSquad hacks Lenovo over #Superfish...

Looks like Lenovo is going to be paying for the Superfish debacle for a long time coming.

Feb 27 11:47

FAS has offered to sell oil for rubles

Google translate: The head of the Federal Antimonopoly Service (FAS) Igor Artemyev proposed to revisit the idea of selling part of the exported oil and petroleum products for rubles, reports on Friday, February 27, "Interfax".


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Feb 27 11:46

Moscow threatens Washington painful countermeasures in case of new sanctions

Google translate: As informs "Interfax", said Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Russia Sergei Ryabkov.

"We leave for all options, including used and, if necessary, will be applied fairly painful countermeasures," - said a senior diplomat.

On the eve of the US State Department spokesman Jen Psak said that the United States continues to consider the possibility of imposing sanctions on Russia in the case of deterioration of the situation in Ukraine.

Feb 27 11:46

A US Senator threw a snowball in the Senate today to prove climate change is “the greatest hoax ever perpetrated on the American people.”

Winter-weary Washington needs no reminder of the season, but Senate Environment and Public Works Chairman Jim Inhofe offered one anyway today — tossing a snowball on the Senate floor as he argued that human activity isn’t affecting climate change.

Feb 27 11:45

Venezuelan Gov. Releases Audio of Coup Plotters

On Thursday, two senior officials of the Venezuelan government released what they say is evidence of the coup that the government announced about a week ago. These are audio intercepts of what they say are coup plotters, as well as a recording of an imprisoned military officer confessing to various details of the coup.

Feb 27 11:44

Father of son murdered by illegal asks Obama a very POWERFUL question

President Obama is just chomping at the bit to grant the millions of illegals living in America amnesty, giving them a free pass to break our law, drain our economy, and put the lives of our citizens in danger without giving it a second thought.

Feb 27 11:42

Stephen Fry on God | The Meaning Of Life | RTÉ One

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I am reposting this video because I have discovered something very odd going on with YouTube. I have received three emails that people have posted comments to this video attacking me for being a heretic. Yet, when I log into reply (in the spirit of the First Amendment) this is what I see!

It is clear that comments are closed by YouTube ONLY for me!

UPDATE: Readers are writing in to say comments are closed for them as well. That does not explain why I keep getting emails saying comments attacking me are being posted. At this point it isn't worth trying to figure out what is going on.


Feb 27 11:24

Conservatives Gather In Washington And Begin To Define Who Will Be Their Candidate

Carly Fiorina, former CEO of Hewlett-Packard and current holder of the American Conservative Union Foundation.

The Conference Conservative Policy Action has just begun its annual meeting in Washington. This conference brings together activists and conservative politicians in the country to discuss their ideas and set the agenda will defend in various public spaces. This 2015 pre-election year, the CPAC will be a space for those aspiring to be candidates for the Republican Party.

To Matt Schlapp, event organizer, CPAC is the first step toward the conservative GOP nomination and whoever wants to be the candidate must achieve a “connection to average Americans and explain why conservative policies are correct” according to their statement to the Daily Signal. Schlapp also ensures that in the last election campaign Republican Mitt Romnney that connection did not happen, although he did not elaborate on the reasons for this lack.

Feb 27 11:22

Leonard Nimoy Dead at 83

“Star Trek” Mr. Spock

Feb 27 11:11

Canada Considers Sending Troops to Ukraine

As the United States and Britain prepare to send advisors to support the Ukrainian military, Canada seriously considers doing the same. But many Canadian lawmakers are leery of becoming further involved in a conflict half-way around the world.

Feb 27 11:09

Confidential Informant Played Key Role in FBI Foiling Its Own Terror Plot

The FBI Wednesday announced the arrest of three men it alleges planned to help the Islamic State, news that at first appeared to confirm fears that radical extremism is spreading to the United States.

“The flow of foreign fighters to Syria represents an evolving threat to our country and to our allies,” U.S. Attorney Loretta Lynch said in a press release announcing the arrests. “We will vigorously prosecute those who attempt to travel to Syria to wage violent jihad on behalf of ISIL and those who support them.”

Left unmentioned in the FBI statement, however, is the integral role a paid informant appears to have played in generating the charges against the men, and helping turn a fantastical “plot” into something even remotely tangible. It appears that none of the three men was in any condition to travel or support the Islamic State, without help from the FBI informant.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

BINGO! Another group of patsies set up for the headlines by the FBI!

Feb 27 10:59

Comcast: We Will Sue to Slow the Web

The company says the FCC overreached by passing rules to stop Internet service providers from blocking sites and slowing traffic. The problem is, Comcast’s admitted to doing just that.

Feb 27 10:25

NATO Eyes Air Defenses Over Fears Putin Will Target Baltics

NATO's newest members are nervous.

Troops are being trained up and reinforced. A new "spearhead force" is in the works. Fighter jets are scrambling. Military maneuvering is ramping up amid mounting concerns that Russian President Vladimir Putin will broaden his gaze beyond Crimea and Ukraine to the Baltic nations.

Valdis
Valdis Dombrovskis, vice president of the European Commission, warned that Russia was redrawing the map of Europe by force. Britain's Defense Secretary Michael Fallon last week said there was a "real and present danger" Russia's president would seek to destabilize Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania — all small NATO members with enough legitimate issues of disenfranchisement among their Russian minorities to make them prime potential targets for any Putin push.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

A memo to Valdis Dombrovskis: sir, have you gone absolutely foaming-at-the-mouth, barking MAD, to make these accusations in public?!?

It is disturbing to me that NATO could come to this conclusion only on the basis of trumped-up accusations with no basis in fact whatsoever. And just in case you are having a bad case of SMD (selective memory disorder) regarding Russia, let me gently acquaint you with the facts of the matter here.

1. The legitimately elected President of Ukraine was deposed in a European/US/ECB-sponsored coup. Poroshenko was then imposed on the people of Ukraine in an election more crooked than a dog's hind leg.

2. Crimea, which had been a part of Russia, and is Russian- speaking, was annexed by Kruschev, himself a native Ukrainian, in the 50s. When the government of Crimea realized that the legitimate government of Ukraine had been done away with, they requested, in what was characterized as a free and fair referendum, to join the Russian Federation.

3. Russia did not "annex" Crimea: Crimea asked to joinn the Russian Federation, because the legitimate government of Ukraine was destroyed in the putsch.

4. The Russia bashing I am seeing, both here in the US and abroad, coupled with the sanctions against it for no earthly rational reason, appear to be a prelude to some huge false flag, to be blamed upon it, as a pretext for war against it, to prevent the US dollar from losing its position as the world's primary currency.

5. NATO's ability to fight, and win, a war against Russia is tricky proposition at best; look how horrificically NATO has failed and flailed in Afghanistan, against a people with only relative primitive weapons.

ANY QUESTIONS, EU COMMISSION VICE PRESIDENT DOMBROVSKIS?!?

Feb 27 10:23

Maplewood Mall Serves Federal Government Eviction Notice

A local shopping center wants to evict the federal government, accusing it of failing to pay rent.

Court documents show the Maplewood Mall's parent company claims its owed more than $50,000.

The government is leasing space for the Armed Forces Career Center and the mall claims it is missing out on six months of rent.

Feb 27 10:22

Treasury admits 'fat finger' blunder costing Lloyds bond holders £2bn

The Treasury has admitted it made a blunder by telling Lloyds Banking Group that it had permission to buy back investor bonds that propped the bank up in the wake of the financial crash – depriving holders of the notes billions of pounds in interest payments.

The so-called "fat finger" error reported by Business Insider, saw the Treasury incorrectly state the Prudential Regulatory Authority had approved Lloyds' application to redeem a series of Enhanced Capital Notes (ECNs), disclosed by the bank on 16th December 2014.

A statement by Sir Nicholas Macpherson, Permanent Secretary, HM Treasury, said: "HM Treasury understands that the PRA has not yet made a decision regarding whether to approve Lloyds Banking Group's application. We apologise for this error, and sincerely regret any problems caused."

Feb 27 10:22

Silver, Gold, & Gun Dealers To Be Shut Down? Update On Operation Chokepoint - Mike Maloney

Feb 27 10:22

10 reasons why the DHS shutdown is the best thing that will never happen

Alissa Kokkins
Activist Post

With the House set to debate a Department of Homeland Security funding bill to avert the looming DHS shutdown today, mainstream media is doing its usual thing with the DHS narrative. Story after story about the DHS shutdown from mainstream media is angled with doom and drama. Gasp! If DHS shuts down, whatever shall we do? Who is to blame? Democrats or Republicans? As usual, the most important point is being overlooked by MSM:

A DHS shutdown would be fucking awesome!...

Feb 27 10:19

COLDEST NYC MONTH IN 80 YEARS!

After a dismally cold winter, New Yorkers are looking to spring to put a long-overdue end to filthy snow and frozen fingers.

Feb 27 10:19

The Next Battle in Yemen

Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) is preparing Yemen's battle from the South.
The resigned president Abd Rabbu Mansour Hadi secretly left his house in Sana'a and fled to Aden. The GCC-backed president rescinded his resignation and attempted to reclaim his position again.

Earlier on September 21, Iran-backed Houthis captured the capital Sana'a and controlled the main governmental institutions.

Ministerial communiqué from the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) asked the Security Council to authorize the use of military intervention in Yemen under Chapter 7 of the UN charter.

The UN Security Council Resolution 2201 (2015) includes three key elements:

First, while deploring the Houthis' control of key government institutions, the resolution emphasised the return to the GCC Initiative and the National Dialogue Conference outcomes as the legal foundations of Yemen's transitional period.

Feb 27 10:09

Israelis have a chance to dump Netanyahu. I fear they won’t seize it

One of the few things most world leaders, and doubtless much of world opinion, can agree on is that they’d like to see the back of Binyamin Netanyahu. The iciness of the relationship between Israel’s prime minister and Barack Obama turned to permafrost long ago, but even Bibi’s fellow rightists find him unbearable. Note the unguarded remarks of Nicolas Sarkozy picked up by an open mic in 2011: “I cannot stand him. He’s a liar,” the then French president confided to his US counterpart. “You’re fed up with him?” said Obama. “I have to deal with him every day.”

Feb 27 10:07

Obama Thanks Americans for Supporting Destruction of the Internet

Obama thanked internet users for supporting the FCC’s decision to micromanage the internet: -- As Ron Paul notes today the FCC is a non-elected federal government agency that has arbitrarily decided — without a vote from Congress or permission from the American people — to regulate the internet.

Feb 27 10:07

Disregard anti-net neutrality howlings: Our view

Cute, but hardly convincing. The net neutrality rules are many things. What they are not is a federal takeover, or government censorship or, as some critics put it, Obamacare for the Internet.

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Feb 27 10:04

John Boehner Defends Benjamin Netanyahu Speech

U.S. House of Representatives Speaker John Boehner on Thursday challenged an assertion by the Obama administration that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's upcoming speech to Congress about Iran's nuclear program would be destructive to U.S.-Israeli relations.

"The president's national security advisor says it's destructive for the prime minister of Israel to address the United States Congress. I couldn't disagree more," Boehner said at his weekly news conference.

"The American people and both parties in Congress have always stood with Israel and nothing, and no one, could get in the way," the Republican leader said.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

A memo to House Speaker Boehner: please resign immediately from your position in the US House of Representatives.

It has become clear that you no longer represent the interests and concerns of the American people, or your "alleged" constituents, but those of a foreign power, Israel.

The interests, needs, and concerns of the American people are not always aligned with those of Tel Aviv, and the issue of a potentially peaceful resolution to the Iranian energy program, being (hopefully) sorted out at the P5+1 negotiations, are one of the most glaring examples of those interests not always being one in the same.

More sanctions against Iran will mark a prelude to war against it; a war in which Israel believes it doesn't have to dirty its hands, but let American military fight, die, and get maimed for life, in the process.

A war against Iran will have horrific consequences for Israel, including a potential invasion by Hezbollah from the North, and many more casualties than their MOD is ready to reveal.

Iran has just signed a military cooperation agreement with Russia; and as you should be well aware, the US military doesn't have the money, the manufacturing, or the troop strength to insure a positive outcome to a conventional war against Russia. This is what makes the military option against Iran so scarily dangerous.

And BTW, sir, what makes Netanyahu's testimony to a joint session of Congress next week so dangerously inflammatory, that this will be done in a closed session of Congress, so that the American people do not have the right to hear what the man has to say, and judge for themselves?!?

Had you an actual conscience, you would be asking yourself that question right now; but of course, those in political power in this country have had their conscience surgically removed before running from office!!

Feb 27 09:47

Exxon Mobil Settles $9 Billion New Jersey Environmental Case for $250 Million

A long-fought legal battle to recover $8.9 billion in damages from Exxon Mobil Corporation for the contamination and loss of use of more than 1,500 acres of wetlands, marshes, meadows and waters in northern New Jersey has been quietly settled by the state for around $250 million.

The lawsuits, filed by the State Department of Environmental Protection in 2004, had been litigated by the administrations of four New Jersey governors, finally advancing last year to trial. By then, Exxon’s liability was no longer in dispute; the only issue was how much it would pay in damages.

The stakes were high, given the enormous cost the state’s experts had placed on restoring and replacing the resources damaged by decades of oil refining and other petrochemical operations, as well as of the public’s loss of use of the land.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

One has to wonder who, and for how much, got the damages reduced so incredibly, given the damage done.

The American government; the best government money can buy, ever!!!

Feb 27 09:47

Protesters clash with Israeli troops near West Bank separation barrier

Pro-Palestinian activists clashed with Israeli troops in the West Bank town of Bilin on Friday. Palestinian protesters gathered to mark the 10th anniversary of weekly protests held at Bilin against the construction of the Israeli separation barrier. As they advanced on the barrier, Israeli troops responded with tear gas.

Feb 27 09:42

Why your smartphone records everything you say to it

After controversy earlier this month over televisions recording owners and sending the clips to third parties, smartphone owners are now discovering that companies like Google, Apple and Microsoft are also recording voice commands and storing them for up to two years.

Feb 27 09:36

NATO ready to advise Libya on security, eyes more drones

NATO's chief said Thursday the alliance was ready to advise Libya's government on defense and security issues, saying the deteriorating situation in the country is posing new security threats for Europe that require a more robust defense.

Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg also told a news conference in Rome that the alliance plans to bolster its surveillance of the region by using drones based at the air station in Sigonella, Sicily, starting next year.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Memo to NATO'S Secretary-General Stoltenberg: you do not have the luxury of waiting until "....next year." militarily.

The only option NATO has is another invasion of Libya, followed by a despotic NATO occupation of Libya.

And we all know just how well that works, with the "Afghanistan model", fresh in our minds.

Feb 27 09:30

Venezuela's Military Can Now Legally Use Firearms Against Demonstrators

Venezuela's Ministry of Defense has authorized the military to use firearms against demonstrators as a last resort in the demonstrations taking place in the country.

Released through a regulation published in the Official Gazette on 27 January, the measure seeks “to avoid disorder, to support the legitimately constituted authority and to reject any aggression, facing it immediately and with the necessary means”.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The US has been working for quite some time to destabilize the Venezuelan government; with collapsing oil prices, oil being a pillar of Venezuela's economy, the US government may be close to achieving their goal of regime change here.

Feb 27 09:28

Berkeley Bans Police Drones, Taking Other Steps to Demilitarize Cops

Josh Paniagua
Activist Post

On Tuesday morning, I woke up to news of a Berkeley City Council meeting that would pass or reject a 2-year moratorium on the use of drones by the city happening later in the afternoon. By the evening, I was pleasantly surprised to hear that City Council had indeed passed a one-year ban on police drones and referred recommendations on remodeling community-police relations to the city manager.

During the 1-year suspension, City Council has pledged to work toward developing appropriate policies regarding city use of unmanned aircraft. While this may come as good news to some, vice chair of Berkeley’s Peace and Justice Commission Robert Meola was a bit disappointed...

Feb 27 09:28

Study: Universe May Have Had No Beginning At All

Big Bang? What Big Bang? In a new theory, researchers suggest that the start of the universe may have involved no bang at all.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Gee, I hate being right all the time! :)

Feb 27 09:27

1974 – BBC Warned Of A New Ice Age Within Our Lifetime

A new ice age could grip the world within the lifetime of present generations, Britons were warned yesterday.

“The threat of a new ice age must now stand along side nuclear war as a likely source of wholesale ‘ death and misery for mankind”, said science writer Nigel Calder, who compiled the program for the British Broad casting Corporation.

Feb 27 09:26

Michigan February Temperatures Falling At 69 Degrees Per Century

Thanks to your SUV, February temperatures in Michigan are falling at 69 degrees per century, and are 24 degrees cooler this year than 1998.

Feb 27 09:23

School Faces Immediate Backlash for Adding These Four Words to the Pledge of Allegiance

Don’t mess with the Pledge of Allegiance.

That’s a lesson several student leaders at a Maine high school are finding out the hard way right about now.

Feb 27 09:20

The National-Security State’s ISIS Racket

Never mind that the national-security apparatus produces the very threats it then uses to scare people with. After all, did anyone hear of ISIS before the U.S. invaded and occupied Iraq, a country that had never attacked the United States or even threatened to do so?

No. That’s because there was no ISIS before the apparatus invaded and occupied Iraq. It was the invasion and occupation, along with other interventions by the apparatus, such as in Syria and Libya, that has produced ISIS, the new, scary enemy of the day.

But of course, no statist wants to hear that. The national-security state is akin to a god, one that is keeping them safe from all those scary creatures thousands of miles away from American shores, creatures that are brought into existence by the very policies of the apparatus itself.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

ISIS is a tool of American military training and funding; a "terrorist organisation du jure" which allegedly beheads people, and tortures puppies.

And if you have a hard time wrapping your head around that, please look at the following:

As reported at beforeitsnews.com:

In fact, there is a direct link between those terrorists and the U.S. foreign policy. Last year, Spiegel declared that Americans were training the Syrian rebels in Jordan to oust Assad.[8] But the evidence went back to 2012: “Members of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, or ISIS, were trained in 2012 by U.S. instructors working at a secret base in Jordan, according to informed Jordanian officials. “The officials said dozens of ISIS members were trained at the time as part of covert aid to the insurgents targeting the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in Syria. The officials said the training was not meant to be used for any future campaign in Iraq.”

This was reported at globalresearch.ca:

The Washington Post would report that the United States military accidentally dropped by air at least one pallet of weapons and supplies that ended up in the hands of the so-called “Islamic State” or ISIS. While a combination of factors about this particular story appear suspicious, including SITE Intelligence Group’s involvement in quickly disseminating an alleged video of ISIS terrorists rooting through the supplies, one fact remains. While the US claims it has “accidentally” allowed weapons to fall into the hands of ISIS terrorists, in reality, the US has been arming, funding, and aiding ISIS and its terrorist affiliates either directly or through Saudi, Qatari, Jordanian, or Turkish proxies since at least 2011.

And this, reporteed at thenewamerican.com:

Some astute U.S. lawmakers who previously warned that Obama’s strategy of arming al-Qaeda and other jihadists in Syria would backfire did speak out about the insanity. Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.), for example, outlined those concerns on Fox News after the president’s speech about supposedly degrading and destroying ISIS. “The one thing we need to remember about all of this,” he said, “we need to remember how we got here. The reason we got here is we took it upon ourselves to topple secular dictators who were the enemy of radical Islam.” But what about all those air strikes Obama is supposedly conducting against ISIS? Well, according to the Assad regime, which is locked in mortal combat with ISIS and other Western-backed Islamists, Obama’s unconstitutional military adventures, perhaps not surprisingly, have done nothing to weaken it. “All the indications say that (Islamic State) today, after two months of coalition air strikes, is not weaker,” explained Syrian Foreign Minister Walid al-Moualem in a recent TV interview cited by Reuters. The most powerful military in the world could not even “weaken” a rag-tag group of terrorists after two months of air strikes and countless millions worth of military support to “moderates”? If that is the case — which sounds rather implausible — perhaps Americans deserve a refund for the hundreds of billions of dollars spent each year on the military. More likely, though, is that, as top Obama officials have explained openly, the real purpose of the “anti-ISIS” war is to remove Assad — at least initially — on the road toward “world order.” “I recognize the contradiction in a contradictory land and a contradictory circumstance,” Obama claimed in September 2014, downplaying the insanity and deception as if it were all some confusing misunderstanding. The week before those comments, though, his own ambassador to the United Nations, Samantha Power, admitted in a separate TV interview that deposing Assad was among the real goals of the administration’s “contradictory” Syria policy. “The training also will service these troops [Obama’s so-called ‘moderate rebels’] in the same struggle that they’ve been in since the beginning of this conflict against the Assad regime,” Power said, contradicting the key selling point for arming “moderate” jihadists — to fight ISIS.

So folks, the very force the US government is decrying and condemning verbally is that same force that the the US government is supporting, covertly, monetarily, and with US weapons.

Deal with it; the words "credibility" and "Federal Government" can no longer be used in the same sentence.

Feb 27 09:17

New study: Marijuana 144 times safer than alcohol

Just behind alcohol, heroin and cocaine were listed as the next most dangerous, followed by tobacco, ecstasy, and meth

Feb 27 09:15

Putin's Cyprus deal gives Russia a foothold in the EU: British MPs blast island's decision to let Moscow's navy use its ports

Russia has gained a military foothold in Europe after Vladimir Putin signed a controversial deal with Cyprus to dock warships there.

British MPs said Nicosia’s decision to let the Russian navy, including heavily armed frigates, use its ports for counter-terrorism and anti-piracy was ‘worrying and disappointing’.

Cyprus, an EU member, thrashed out the agreement despite already hosting two British military bases and 3,200 troops. President Putin insisted the deal ‘should not cause worries anywhere’.

But Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades, who was visiting Moscow, hinted Russian warplanes could also be allowed to use a military airbase in Paphos, on the south-west coast of the island.

Feb 27 09:12

Burger King franchisee owner gives $120K in bonuses to employees after winning 'Franchisee of the Year'. Sells Rolex and Corvette prize and gives the money to employees

Employees of an Arizona chain of Burger King restaurants received a big surprise last week when they learned many employees would receive bonuses for winning Burger King's 'Franchisee of the Year.'
Barnett Management Company runs 24 Burger King restaurants throughout Arizona and won the award thanks to excellent customer service and corporate inspections,according to 3TV.

Feb 27 09:12

Internet problems take out Facebook, Instagram, others; Lizard Squad takes credit

Unexplained outages took down a number of popular Internet services Monday night, including Facebook, Instagram, HipChat, and possibly others. Notorious hacker group The Lizard Squad took credit.

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As of now I cannot get into my Facebook account. It keeps shuffling me to the ad manager, which I don't use because I do not have ads on my Facebook page, but I cannot get out of there because it refuses my login. If I could get back in I would delete my accounts, because Facebook has become too difficult to use any more!

Feb 27 09:11

GOP chair of the science and tech subcommittee says: I didn't vaccinate my kids

Rep. Barry Loudermilk, a Georgia Republican who recently became the chair of a key congressional subcommittee on science and technology, didn't vaccinate most of his children, he told a crowd at his first town hall meeting last week.

Feb 27 09:08

Lawmakers demand swastikas be removed from Northern California house

State lawmakers on Thursday demanded that a California man take down poster-size swastikas displayed in front of his house, calling the signs racist and vulgar but acknowledging the person had a right to free speech.

"It's time to remove this disgusting display of racism from our community," said state Sen. Marty Block, D-San Diego, chairman of the Legislative Jewish Caucus.

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"You have a right to free speech AS LONG AS YOU DON'T PISS OFF ISRAEL!!!!!

Feb 27 08:57

Hillary Clinton Exposed Part 2 – Clinton Foundation Took Millions From Countries That Also Fund ISIS

The Gulf monarchs didn’t attain absolute power by being teddy bears. They are devious, ruthless experts in playing one side against the other. Incredibly, many of these same countries allowing funds to flow to ISIS were simultaneously padding the coffers of the Clinton Foundation, while Hillary Clinton was Secretary of State. The Washington Post reports:

The Clinton Foundation accepted millions of dollars from seven foreign governments during Hillary Rodham Clinton’s tenure as secretary of state, including one donation that violated its ethics agreement with the Obama administration, foundation officials disclosed Wednesday.

Most of the contributions were possible because of exceptions written into the foundation’s 2008 agreement, which included limits on foreign-government donations.

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Hey, what a relief to know that Hillary Clinton CAN be held accountable; at least, to the highest foreign bidder!! :-)

Feb 27 08:47

AMERICANS ARE THE TERRORISTS

Anyone who is awake can see that the Globalists are actively dismantling the government of the United States so their totalitarian New World Order, headed by the Beast/Antichrist, can rise. They know they must subdue the American people because we won't give up our freedoms without a fight, but every time they pull a false-flag attack to persuade us to give up our weapons, it backfires. Much to their consternation, we stubbornly run out and buy more guns and ammo.

Feb 27 08:46

Equal Pay Activist Virginia Trioli Earns $85,000 More Than Male Co-Host

I indicated last time that Trioli earned some $235,000 according to leaked documents in late 2013. What I left for this piece, however, is the fact that Rowland, her co-host, earned over $84,000 less than Trioli. There is presently nothing to indicate that the gap has been plugged. Both still host the same morning news program.

Feb 27 08:44

BANKSY IN GAZA GOING VIRAL ON THE NET

News travels fast. Yesterday, Banksy published video and photos from a recent trip to Gaza on their Instagram account and set the internet ablaze. The New York Times published a statement from the artist: “I don’t want to take sides. But when you see entire suburban neighborhoods reduced to rubble with no hope of a future — what you’re really looking at is a vast outdoor recruitment center for terrorists. And we should probably address this for all our sakes.”

Feb 27 08:43

MUST SEE VIDEO ~~ MISSISSIPPI THEN, STATE OF ISRAEL NOW

An oldie but a goodie …. and TIMELY! … Just replace the word Mississippi with Palestine when you listen to it.

Feb 27 08:43

ZION GOING OVERBOARD TO DISCREDIT THE BDS MOVEMENT

Interesting to note that Israeli law forbids me to post a swastika on this Blogsite, but the zionists themselves are allowed to do it.

Feb 27 08:42

Clinton foundation received up to $81m from clients of controversial HSBC bank

Hillary Clinton has expressed concern over growing economic inequality in the US and is expected to make the issue a cornerstone of her widely anticipated presidential campaign in 2016. However, political observers are increasingly asking whether the former secretary of state’s focus on wealth inequality sits uncomfortably with the close relationships she and her husband have nurtured with some of the world’s richest individuals.

Feb 27 08:42

The Stage Is Set For The Syrian Invasion

One week ago, when reporting on the latest bizarre plan presented by the Pentagon, namely providing Syrian rebels (but only the moderate ones, not the jihadists like al Nusra, or, well, ISIS) with B-1B Bomber air support in their attacks on ISIS, when we wrote that this "means in the coming weeks and months look forward to a surge in false flag "attacks" blamed on the Assad regime, aiming to give Obama validation to expand the "War against ISIS" to include Syria's regime as well."

We didn't have long to wait: in an entirely unsourced Time article written today by Aryn Baker, the Middle East Bureau Chief, the stage for the second attempt at invading Assad regime is finally set.

Feb 27 08:41

CPAC attendees plan to walk out on Jeb Bush

A movement is underway to stage an informal protest when former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush hits the CPAC stage Friday.

William Temple, a member of the Golden Isle Tea Party, told The Washington Times that the party doesn’t need another Bush in office, and said that the party should listen to the grass-roots activists that helped fuel their gains in the 2014 election.

“A lot of peoples were not going to come here because they heard Jeb Bush was speaking,” Mr. Temple said before laying out his plan at the Conservative Political Action Conference.

Feb 27 08:40

The Patient Has Gotten Sicker ~ Steve St. Angelo

The central banking facade and toxic debt system cannot survive without an increasing energy supply. When it declines the whole fiat monetary system that is based on leverage and debt starts to implode. A fiat monetary system needs a growing energy supply to sustain. It’s not a coincidence that we went off the gold standard soon after our energy productivity peaked.

In the 1960’s, for every dollar that gold exploration companies spent, they returned $105 in gold. In the 1970’s it fell to $83, in the 80’s it fell to $57, in 90’s it fell to $23, and in 2000 it was a whopping $11. Here we have a double edged sword effect: falling EROI and falling gold availability, yield, and ore grade.

Stocks, bonds, and paper assets are based upon net present value, NPV- it’s one thing they teach you in finance school. Energy must be spent to deliver the asset. When you hold gold or silver in your hand, no energy must be spent to deliver.

Feb 27 08:39

Nuns Shot In Head Right In Front Of Bill O'Reilly's Imagination

Feb 27 08:36

Troll control: Twitter cracks down on abuse, spoofing

Twitter says it is boosting efforts to stop impersonation, spoofing and personal data leaks in the latest round of updates that are part of the corporation’s long term plan to deal with internet abuse on their platform.

“We streamlined the process of reporting harassment on Twitter recently; now we’re making similar improvements around reporting other content issues including impersonation, self-harm and the sharing of private and confidential information,” said Twitter Vice-President Tina Bhatnagar in a blog post.

The process started on Thursday and “should reach all users in the coming weeks."

Feb 27 08:35

Emergency responders investigate possible Virginia Ebola case

Medics, firefighters and a hazardous materials team investigated a possible case of the deadly Ebola virus in a Virginia suburb of Washington on Thursday, an official said.

Emergency crews transported a patient from an apartment in the Clarendon section of Arlington County to Virginia Hospital Center using Ebola precautions, said Lieutenant Sarah-Maria Marchegiani of the county's fire department.

Marchegiani said the patient had recently traveled to a country affected by Ebola and exhibited symptoms of the disease.

Feb 27 08:35

Same government that says unvaccinated children can spread disease insists genetically altered open-air crops cannot spread genetic pollution

The scandalous duplicity of the federal government on important issues like vaccines (unvaccinated children are a threat to the vaccinated, so everyone get vaccinated!) and genetically modified crops (they're perfectly safe and don't threaten non-GM crops in any way, so plant away!) reveals just how deeply special interests have penetrated the ranks of our nation's so-called leadership.

Feb 27 08:34

Hillary Clinton paid $300,000 to explain what ails the middle class

During a speech in Silicon Valley, Clinton, the presumed Democratic presidential nominee in 2016, highlighted the displacement many workers have suffered as new technology has made many jobs obsolete. “The old jobs and careers are either gone or unrecognizable,” Clinton said, according to the Los Angeles Times. “The old rules just don’t seem to apply, and, frankly, the new rules just aren’t that clear. “[If] we want to find our balance again, we have to figure out how to make this new economy work for everyone.”

Feb 27 08:33

Seven extreme cold warnings issued in K-W in 2015, frigid temperatures expected once again today

Bundle up, we are under another extreme cold warning with wind chill values expected to dip into the -30?s Friday morning.

This is the seventh extreme cold warning issued in Waterloo Region this year, five of those issued in February alone.

Feb 27 08:31

Did the FBI tamper with a witness in OKC bombing evidence case?

“The report raises questions and is incomplete and insufficient to conclude if the FBI was involved in witness tampering,” he said over objections from government lawyers.

The claims of witness tampering spun out of a trial earlier this year over evidence and records connected to the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing. Jesse Trentadue is suing over the death of his brother, Kenneth, whom he claims was mistaken for a bombing co-conspirator and killed while in federal custody during an interrogation.

Feb 27 08:30

Breaking newsSenate votes to fund DHS, sending spending bill to the House Home / News /OSCE ‘welcomes’ artillery withdrawal by both sides in E. Ukraine

The OSCE welcomes the withdrawal of heavy artillery from the demarcation line in eastern Ukraine by both sides of the conflict, the deputy chief monitor of the OSCE mission told RT, adding that the organization needs to know where the weapons are heading.

The Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) “welcomed that both sides are now indicating that they are taking steps to comply with these responsibilities,” Alexander Hug told RT after news emerged that Kiev troops had begun their withdrawal.

Feb 27 08:29

8 people incl gunman dead in Missouri shooting rampage

A man has gone on a shooting spree in rural Missouri, killing seven people before turning the gun on himself, local media report.

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Sounds like the classic SSRI pattern.

Feb 27 08:28

Bill O’Reilly busted again: Former colleagues dispute his LA riots story

O’Reilly originally claimed that he and his colleagues “were attacked by protesters” when covering the 1992 riots. “They were throwing bricks and stones at us,” O’Reilly told an online interviewer in 2006. “Concrete was raining down on us. The cops saved our butts that time.”

Earlier this week, he told broadcaster Hugh Hewitt: “We were attacked, we were attacked by protesters, where bricks were thrown at us.”

However, six people who covered the riots with O’Reilly for CBS’ Inside Edition at the time told the Guardian they did not recall an incident in which, as O’Reilly has claimed, “concrete was raining down on us” and “we were attacked by protesters.”

His CBS colleagues were reporters Bonnie Strauss, Tony Cox, Rick Kirkham, and crew members Theresa McKeown, Bob McCall, and Neil Antin.

“It didn’t happen. If it did, how come none of the rest of us remember it?” Kirkham said.

Feb 27 08:27

Senate Votes to Advance DHS Bill, But Its Fate in the House Is Still Unclear

The Senate on Wednesday moved forward with a measure to fund the Department of Homeland Security even as the bill's future in the House of Representatives remains uncertain.

Senate Democrats, who had previously filibustered the budget legislation because it included add-ons to curtail the president's executive actions on immigration, joined with Republicans to advance the bill. The measure, which needed 60 votes to advance, passed 98-2.

That came after both sides cut a deal to send a "clean" version of the DHS bill - without the immigration add-ons - to the House.

Feb 27 08:23

BEX ALERT - This winter is sunniest since records began

This winter is set to become the sunniest since records began in 1929.

Feb 27 08:20

The Circus Is In Town

A three ring circus is performing – to entertain and impoverish the western world.

Ring # 1: The Euro tragedy is “extending and pretending” into a Greek drama.

Ring # 2: Iraq 3.0 is in beta test mode based on weapons of mass propaganda.

Ring # 3: The conflict in Ukraine is performing flips followed by flops.

Feb 27 08:19

Intel committee congressman has ties to radical Islamists: Investigation

As a result of most news organizations, possibly fearing being labeled "Islamophobes" or worse, failing to report that the Democrat's House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi had appointed an avowed Muslim -- Rep. Andre Carson, D-Indiana -- to the once non-partisan and relatively non-political House Intelligence Committee, few Americans knew the real Carson. Even fewer knew that he has been given complete access to intelligence departments, their activities and their operations. But a new report released on Wednesday by the Center for Security Policy's director, Frank Gaffney, alleges that Rep. Carson's background includes his interaction with groups with known ties to the radical Islamists with the Muslim Brotherhood.

Feb 27 08:10

Internet, RIP? by Ron Paul

Today the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), a non-elected federal government agency, voted three-to-two to reclassify broadband Internet as a common carrier service under Title II of the Communications Act. This means that – without the vote of Congress, the peoples’ branch of government – a federal agency now claims the power to regulate the Internet. I am surprised that even among civil liberties groups, some claim the federal government increasing regulation of the Internet somehow increases our freedom and liberty.

Feb 27 08:09

Fedex refuses to ship digital mill to make untraceable guns

Fedex will no longer ship the digital mill from Defense Distributed because it can be used to 3-D manufacture untraceable guns.

Defense Distributed has made a $1,500 machine known as the Ghost Gunner that can make firearms, including an AR-15 rifle without a serial number. Fedex is now refusing to ship the machine.

"This device is capable of manufacturing firearms, and potentially by private individuals," said FedEx spokesman Scott Fiedler. "We are uncertain at this time whether this device is a regulated commodity by local, state or federal governments. As such, to ensure we comply with the applicable law and regulations, FedEx declined to ship this device until we know more about how it will be regulated."

Feb 27 08:03

California Infant Dies after 8 Vaccines, Family Gets Him Back from Hospital Cremated

Parents in California are distraught after losing their infant son after being vaccinated. He died in his sleep and was taken to the hospital already deceased. Hospital staff ruled his death as sudden infant death syndrome. The couple was told an autopsy was required to be performed on their son.

After returning home, waiting to get an update, they never received one. Numerous phone calls were made to get answers. Weeks went by. Finally, they received verbal confirmation and told their son was best not to be seen prior to being cremated, because of the condition he was in. Once cremated, they could pick up the remains of their child from the crematory. They were not given the chance to say their goodbyes.

More than one year and four months have passed and the family has yet to receive his autopsy report. It turns out their son was given a vaccine not approved for his age and an extra dose of the hepatitis B vaccine that he shouldn’t have received until later on.

Feb 27 08:02

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker compares organized workers to ISIS

Republican presidential hopeful says battle against organized workers has prepared him to take on foreign militants

Feb 27 07:58

"Gazprom" knocks from Kiev recognition - Gazprom to shut gas valve Satrurday

Google Translate: "Gazprom" demanded "Naftogaz of Ukraine" to officially confirm the disclaimer from an advance payment for gas as long as Russia supplies fuel to the Donbas. Moscow believes that direct delivery to the DNI and LC a contract with "Naftogaz" and if Kiev will not pay for them, then stop supplies to Ukraine. If the parties to implement their threats on Saturday Ukraine could remain without gas from Russia. The European Commission proposed a compromise: to share supplies to Ukraine and the Donbass.

Feb 27 07:56

"Naftogaz" will take a loan from China's $ 3.6 billion

Google Translate: It is noted that the National Bank of China agreed to provide "Naftogaz" credit under government guarantees.

About 60% of the loan is for the purchase of Chinese equipment, 40% will be spent on increasing the efficiency of the mechanical engineering sector.

Earlier it was reported that the Russian Ministry of Energy expects "Naftogaz Ukrainy" timely advance payment for gas in the Brussels agreement.

Feb 27 07:56

Russia is ready to give China more than 50% stake in the oil and gas fields

Google Translate: Dvorkovich said that the Russian government may consider the application of Beijing for a 50% stake in the project, if any, will come from Chinese partners, and political obstacles that work under such conditions he sees.

Feb 27 07:53

WE the People Hereby Fire our Corrupt Government

Feb 27 07:52

FLASHBACK - LA Times Reporter Caught Falsifying Articles with CIA

In violation of journalistic ethics and the Smith-Mundt Act of 1948, former Los Angeles Times reporter Ken Dilanian allowed CIA handlers to edit his articles prior to publication and reported false information to manipulate his audience. Responding to Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests, the CIA released hundreds of pages documenting the agency’s dubious relationship with national security reporters. Operating under a glaring lack of oversight, the CIA has been exploiting establishment journalists since its inception.

Feb 27 07:51

Chinese New Years Photos Show Off Liaoning Aircraft Carrier

Lining up 1,400 Chinese sailors and aircrew members on the country’s first aircraft carrier offers a bit of perspective on the carrier’s massive scale.

The sailors and air crew lined up on the ski jump of the Liaoning for a video celebrating the Chinese New Year, the year of the goat. Photos from the video offer the latest shots of the aircraft carrier first published in the U.S. by Jeffrey Lin and P.W. Singer in Popular Science.

Feb 27 07:50

ExxonMobil admits $1bn lost from anti-Russia sanctions

The contracts with Russia’s biggest oil company Rosneft damaged by the West’s anti-Russian sanctions have cost ExxonMobil $1 billion, the company said in its annual report.

Feb 27 07:50

Is fascist America ready for total war against Russia and China?

The debate to mark the 70th anniversary of victory over fascism and the adoption of the UN Charter has recently taken part in New York. Yet, fascism as the destruction of a certain category of humans for the sake of exceptionalism of another category of humans has become the state ideology of the United States. To make matters worse, the UN does not fulfill its functions of a peacemaker.

Feb 27 07:49

War in Ukraine will continue in Europe

"I do not think that Poroshenko took part in the negotiations and signed the documents on the basis of his own position. Most likely, this was due to the influence of the real situation. In Debaltseve, by the way, the 128th Infantry Brigade was stationed. According to various sources, there was a NATO unit there too. Most likely, this urgency of the talks and Kiev's pliability were based on that. When the Ukrainian leaders see that they are about the fail, they negotiate.

"The United States did not take part in the talks directly, but the Americans expressed their position through Poroshenko, Merkel and Hollande. The word "federalism" that Poroshenko said in Munich obviously came from the United States.

Feb 27 07:48

Callsign: Arkanghel

If there was a way to arouse the Russian bear and make him lose its charm for the West, this was just put Nazism under his nose. It should be no need to mention the millions of deaths that Nazism has caused to the Russian people and to all the peoples involved in the carnage of World War II. It should not, but recent events have shown us just the opposite. We have all seen the swastikas that were flaunted with pride during the insurrection in Ukraine against the government of Viktor Yanukovych, a government that the Americans had already recognized as legitimate in the aftermath of his inauguration. We've all seen arms outstretched in the roman salute, the gangs potted glorifying Nazi Stephan Bandera. We have all witnessed the killing of helpless men and helpless women guilty of being Russians, of being in the wrong place at the wrong time.

Rods, sticks, chains, knives. Molotov cocktails. But even snipers who fired on the crowd.

Feb 27 07:48

DHS Admits: We Stage Domestic Terrorism

DHS just admitted it: They stage FAKE SHOOTINGS inside US shopping malls.

Read that again – let it sink in.

Jeh Johnson (DHS Secretary) just announced that FBI is staging FAKE Domestic Terrorism.

Inside your shopping malls. For at least 2 years. Got that?

Feb 27 07:47

Iran: 444 days of crisis and 36 years without USA

In February, Iran celebrated a national victory, the 36th anniversary of the Islamic Revolution. The crisis lasted for 444 days. As a result, the West introduced "inhuman," as the Iranian president said, sanctions against Iran. The sanctions have been in effect for 36 years already.

Feb 27 07:46

Catholic Bishop in Oslo caught in fraud

67.000 immigrants to Norway have been enrolled into the Roman Catholic Church without their knowledge. Bishop Bernt Eidsvik is involved in the annual eight million dollar fraud.

Feb 27 07:46

Norway's top Catholic accused in fraud case

Norwegian police raided the premises of the Catholic Church Thursday on suspicion it had inflated membership figures for years to fraudulently claim six million euros in illegitimate state funding.

Feb 27 07:45

Ukraine Prepares for an Attack Against Russia

The post-coup leaders of Ukraine have routinely said that Ukraine should destroy Russia; and, now, starting on February 24th, they are placing into position the key prerequisite for doing so, which is the advanced Anti-Ballistic-Missile, or ABM, system, S-300, which is described as follows by wikipedia:

“The S-300 is regarded as one of the most potent anti-aircraft missile systems currently fielded.[3] Its radars have the ability to simultaneously track up to 100 targets while engaging up to 12/24/36 targets. The S-300 deployment time is five minutes.[3] The S-300 missiles are sealed rounds and require no maintenance over their lifetime. An evolved version of the S-300 system is the S-400 (NATO reporting name SA-21 Growler), which entered limited service in 2004.”

Feb 27 07:38

COMER — Committee on Monetary and Economic Reform

A Call for Renaissance of the Bank of Canada

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According to a reader, COMER'S website is still unblocked in Canada.

Feb 27 07:36

BEX ALERT - In Midst of War, Ukraine Becomes Gateway for Jihad

“OUR BROTHERS ARE there,” Khalid said when he heard I was going to Ukraine.

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"ISIS is in Eastern Ukraine! ISIS is in Eastern Ukraine! We just HAVE to invade now. We just HAVE to!!" -- Official White Horse Souse

And I did tell you this piece of propaganda was going to happen sooner or later.

Feb 27 07:34

Ukraine Culture Ministry Bans Staff Use of .ru Domain Mail

Ukraine’s Ministry of Culture has banned staff from using Russian ru. domain e-mails or file-exchange networks, it said on Thursday, announcing that the prohibition "aims to stop confidential data leakage".

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"We'll use the American systems. THAT will keep our data safe!!!" -- President Chocolate

Feb 27 07:33

Alarming Currency Devaluation Provokes Consumer Panic in Ukraine

The rapid devaluation of the hryvnia has triggered a panic amongst Ukrainian consumers, prompting people to “storm” supermarkets and pharmacies.

The Ukrainian currency has already lost 70 percent of its value, triggering a “consumer panic” in the country. Ukrainians are stockpiling food and medicine, scouring the shelves for sugar, cooking oil, flour, canned products, cakes and frozen chickens. Most of these products have already disappeared from Ukrainian stores.

Feb 27 07:33

China's Submarine Fleet Now Larger than America's – US Admiral

The Chinese Navy now has more diesel and nuclear attack submarines than America does, a US Navy admiral told lawmakers. Some of them are “fairly amazing” and Beijing is exploring new ways of projecting its power on the seas.

The Chinese are experimenting with new geographic location, length of missions and new weapons, Vice Admiral Joseph Mulloy, deputy chief of naval operations for capabilities and resources, told the House Armed Services Committee's Seapower Subcommittee on Wednesday.

Feb 27 07:31

France Threatens More Russia Sanctions If Ukraine Rebels Move on Mariupol

Moscow would face more EU sanctions if pro-Russia separatists attack the Ukrainian port of Mariupol, French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius said on Wednesday, potentially opening a corridor to the south, including the annexed Crimean peninsula.

Feb 27 07:31

Canada Quietly Tiptoeing into Ukraine Civil War

As debate over Canada’s role in the latest Iraq war rages, Ottawa is quietly being drawn into a second, more dangerous, conflict.

That second war is in Ukraine. The U.S. and Britain are sending military advisers there to help Ukraine’s embattled central government fight Moscow-backed secessionists. Defence Minister Jason Kenney says Canada might do the same.

Kenney told both Global News and the CBC that any Canadian soldiers in Ukraine would stay far away from the fighting.

This, of course, is the same assurance that the government gave last fall when it dispatched 69 commandos to advise Kurdish troops in Iraq. As it turned out, those advisers did end up under fire on the front lines.

Feb 27 07:30

BEX ALERT - BBC: Response to NATO Parade on Russia Border Shows Moscow Is Gunning for Baltics

The fact Russia responded to multi-national NATO parade 300 yards from its border and 100 miles from its former capital Saint Petersburg shows that the Baltics may be "next target for Kremlin land-grab"

Feb 27 07:26

Israeli Settlers Torch Jerusalem Church, Spray Racist Graffiti on School

Israeli settlers set fire to a church-owned building in Jerusalem overnight, Israeli police said Thursday, hours before settlers spray-painted racist graffiti on the walls of a Palestinian school and two days after settlers torched a mosque in the occupied West Bank.
The vandals torched an annexe of a Greek Orthodox seminary just outside the walls of the Old City and scrawled "graffiti insulting Jesus,” police spokeswoman Luba Samri said, describing it as a "nationalist" attack.

There were no casualties and the fire was put out before causing significant damage, she added.
On Wednesday, a mosque near Bethlehem in the southern West Bank was set alight and anti-Arab slogans in Hebrew sprayed on a nearby wall.

Feb 27 07:07

Russian humanitarian aid convoy sets off to Donbas

. A 16th truck convoy of the Russian Emergencies Ministry loaded with humanitarian aid has started off for war-torn Donbas, Oleg Voronov, the deputy chief of the ministry’s National Centre for Crisis Management, told TASS on Friday.

"At 04.00 a.m. Moscow Time over 170 trucks have left the Donskoy rescue centre [in the Russian southern Rostov region] and started moving towards the Russian border," Voronov said.

The trucks are due to deliver about 1,800 humanitarian cargoes to residents of the embattled Donetsk and Luhansk regions. Foodstuffs - canned meat, fish and dairy products, sugar, semolina, rice and buckwheat - constitute 80% of the relief aid, along with medicines, daily necessities, books and course books for school and college students in Donbas.

Feb 27 07:07

Washington fails to make up global anti-Russian coalition — Russia's foreign minister

Washington’s attempts to create a global anti-Russian coalition have failed, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said on Friday.

"Washington has failed to make up a global anti-Russian coalition," Lavrov said at the Foreign Ministry’s Diplomatic Academy.

"We are engaged in a dialogue with the majority of the countries. Support of the world community for Russia’s balanced policy is growing," Lavrov said.

Lavrov said Russia will not be forced to change its foreign policy course under pressure from abroad.

Feb 27 07:06

Luhansk republic leader promises referendum on its future if Ukraine changes policies

The leader of the self-proclaimed unrecognized Luhansk People’s Republic, Igor Plotnitsky, has promised to hold a referendum on the republic’s future in case political renovations take place in Ukraine.

He said it on Thursday in an interview with Rossiya’24 news channel.

"If there is a new, overhauled Ukraine, a country that wouldn’t call Russia an aggressor and wouldn’t refer to us as separatists and terrorists, then why not?" Plotnitsky said. "We’ll hold one more referendum then and people will express their will and will tell us whom they’d like to live together with and how."

Feb 27 07:06

Russia outraged over ISIL distribution of stolen UN humanitarian aid

Russia is outraged over the reports claiming that the Islamic State distributes humanitarian aid stolen from the United Nations with the terrorist group’s logotypes, Russia’s Deputy Permanent Representative to the UN Vladimir Safronkov told a meeting of the world organisation’s Security Council on Thursday.

"We deeply resent the reports that the Islamic State actually steals relief aid from the UN agents and then distributes it with their own logotypes," Safronkov said. "We quite understand that all legal means for supplying the civilians, who are under the terrorists’ control, with humanitarian aid should be applied but under the condition of ensuring relevant guarantees so that such incidents would never happen again."

Feb 27 07:05

Liquidation looms for insurance cooperative

An insurance cooperative created to provide health care in Iowa and Nebraska will be formally liquidated this weekend.

Iowa Insurance Commissioner Nick Gerhart said Thursday that a Polk County judge has agreed to approve the liquidation plan, which will be finalized on Saturday night.

CoOportunity is a federally funded nonprofit established to provide health care in Iowa and Nebraska. Gerhart took the cooperative over after he determined the nonprofit’s claims would exceed its available cash.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

We will see more of these. The more-costly Obamacare policies come with sky-high deductibles, which means they don't really pay that much for your health care. The costs that used to be covered by the major health insurance companies that wrote the ACA are now being shifted onto supplemental insurance programs, which are then driven into bankruptcy.

Thank you, Obamacare!

Feb 27 06:38

Rep. Dennis Ross Taunted by Muslim Women at Temple Mount

Groups of Muslim women hounded Florida Republican Congressman Dennis Ross during his visit to the Temple Mount in Jerusalem — chanting "Allah Akbar" and "Leave!" — as the lawmaker talked over the noise to a camera videotaping the confrontation at the holy site.
Note: Dennis Ross and Aaron David Miller were two of the most avid Zionist in the state department for years!

Feb 27 06:33

Tim Cook visits Israel to open Apple's new R&D center

From zero presence just a few years ago, Apple has become entrenched in the Israeli tech economy. And after acquiring two Israeli startups - Anobit in 2012 and PrimeSense in 2013 - Apple now has some 700 employees in the country, with 250 hired in just the last year, according to industry sources.

Speaking to Apple employees in Israel on Thursday, CEO Tim Cook said that Israel is now Apple's second largest engineering facility in the world.

Feb 27 06:30

Reading the Runes in the Latest Report on Iran’s Nuclear Program

The latest report from the International Atomic Energy Agency on Iran’s nuclear program contains much that is worth emphasizing. Iran is continuing to account for all its declared nuclear material (and the agency appears to have no reason to suspect the existence of undeclared nuclear material). Iran is also continuing to comply fully with the commitments it made to the United States and others on November 24, 2013 and which it has renewed since.

Feb 27 06:28

NYC, Orthodox Jews reach deal on circumcision suction ritual

Health officials have linked 17 cases of infant herpes since 2000 to the ancient ritual of sucking blood from the wounds on the infants' penises.
Note: The years is 2015 and we are in the dark ages! Had enough yet!

Feb 27 06:24

Miami man who fabricated details of Holocaust memoir dies

In 2008 Berkley Books cancelled Rosenblat's memoir, "Angel at the Fence," after he acknowledged he and his wife of 50 years did not meet — as they said for years — at a sub-camp of Buchenwald, where she allegedly sneaked him food.

Historical records show Rosenblat was indeed imprisoned at Buchenwald and other camps. However, the love story was discredited following allegations by scholars, friends and family members that it was untrue.
Note: They were also on the Oprah show with great fanfare!

February 26, 2015

Feb 26 23:08

Greek Orthodox Church decries attacks by Jewish settlers

The Patriarch of the Holy City of Jerusalem and all Palestine, Theophilos III, denounced on Thursday what he called "repeated" attacks on Christian and Muslim places of worship in the Palestinian territories by extremist Jewish settlers.

Feb 26 23:02

Israeli Extremists Attack Palestinian Shop In Hebron

A group of approximately 20 Israeli colonizers, illegally squatting in Hebron city, in the southern part of the occupied West Bank, attacked on Wednesday a Palestinian shop causing excessive property damage. Soldiers kidnapped the shop owner and his neighbor.

Feb 26 22:49

The Amherst Cauldron

The Ukraine the nightmare is real, ongoing and will not end well for anyone—not even for the oligarchs who started it.

Feb 26 21:38

Garages are unfairly ramping up petrol prices faster when oil market recovers than when it drops, says AA

Petrol stations are being accused of greed for putting up prices as soon as the global oil market showed signs of recovery.

The AA motoring group said it was a classic example of the ‘feather and rocket’ effect – whereby pump prices drop as slowly as a feather when oil and wholesale fuel prices fall, but shoot up like a rocket when they rise.

Feb 26 21:30

Why your smartphone records everything you say to it

In a post on Reddit one man claims to work for a company called Walk ‘N’ Talk Technologies, comparing recorded voice clips to the meaning extracted by computers and rating them for accuracy.

“I realised that I was hearing peoples’ commands given to their mobile devices,” he said. “I'm telling you, if you've said it to your phone, it's been recorded... and there's a damn good chance a third party is going to hear it. I've heard more text-to-speech sexting than I care to.”

Although there appears to be no evidence for the existence of any company by that name, audio is certainly being recorded in the manner described, by admission of tech companies.

Google says openly on its support pages that it records all of your voice commands issued to its Now service and saves them to “improve speech recognition”.

Feb 26 21:27

Drinking water could be poisoned with toxic algae linked to Alzheimer’s

Colonies of blue-green algae poses a serious threat to drinking water because many types contain toxins which can cause damage to the liver and nervous system and have been linked to neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, and Lou Gehrig’s Disease.

A study, published in the journal Ecology Letters, looked at more than 100 lakes across Europe and North America, including those in the Lake District, the West Midland Meres, the Scottish lochs and Northern Ireland’s upland lakes.

The analysis showed that during the last 200 years, more than half of the lakes (58 per cent) had seen significant increases in concentrations of blue-green algae pigments.

The rise is being driven by pollution from industrial sites and sewers which pump out the nitrogen and phosphorus that algae need to survive.

Feb 26 21:24

Shadow of Truth – End of the War Dollar

Saddam Hussein and Moammar Gadhafi are prime examples of what happens if you decide exchanging your oil for something other than US dollars is a good idea.

Feb 26 21:20

Chicago Police Secretly Detain, Abuse Americans at Domestic ‘Black Site’

Homan Square is not used solely for so-called “terrorism” cases. Police have reportedly conducted anti-drug and anti-gang operations at the facility, bringing suspects into the compound for off-the-books interrogation.

Feb 26 20:59

Israeli opposition leader urges Netanyahu to drop US Congress speech plan

Israel’s opposition leader, Isaac Herzog, has called on Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to cancel his planned speech to the US Congress early next month, warning that the move would do “strategic damage” to the relations between Tel Aviv and Washington.

On Thursday, Herzog, who leads Israel’s Labor party, criticized Netanyahu for irreparably damaging Israel’s close ties with the United States with his decision to speak in the US Congress reportedly against diplomatic efforts on the nuclear dispute with Iran.

“I call on Netanyahu again: Stop. Don’t go. You will cause strategic damage to Israel’s standing and to the relationship with the United States,” Herzog said.

Feb 26 20:56

Israel attorney general orders probe on Netanyahu

The Israeli attorney general has ordered a preliminary investigation into alleged financial misconduct at the private home and state residence of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

The evidence collected from Netanyahu’s official Jerusalem al-Quds residence and his private home, and the testimonies of a former employee at the residence contributed to the decision, the office of Yehuda Weinstein said in a statement on Thursday.

The attorney general’s office “believes that the variety of affairs justifies a probe, at the end of which it will be decided whether to launch a criminal investigation,” the statement added.

The attorney’s office reviewed “a number of cases in which evidence has been collected and raised suspicions that actions constituting criminal offenses took place,” according to the statement.

Feb 26 20:37

Best anti-GMO/Pro Organic commercial ever

Feb 26 20:17

'US citizen has no right to free speech?' State Dept spokesperson grilled over Snowden

Feb 26 19:37

Scientist Niels Harrit Sues Danish Newspaper for Libel. Will Present Video of WTC 7 in Court

Two weeks from today, Dr. Niels Harrit, the distinguished co-author of the landmark nano-thermite paper, will appear in Danish High Court to bring an appeal in his libel suit against the Danish newspaper Weekendavisen.

In a December 2012 article titled “Madness in the Royal Library,” Weekendavisen writer Søren K. Villemoes referred to Dr. Harrit and his fellow 9/11 activists as “crackpots,” while also comparing them to creationists and Holocaust deniers. “. . . Is the library soon going to open its doors to an exhibition showing us 'alternative' theories about evolution? . . . Why not just invite in Niels Harrit and the other crackpots from the 9/11 skeptics movement while we are at it? What about the holocaust denial movement?” Søren K. Villemoes, Weekendavisen, December 7, 2012

For Dr. Harrit, a scientist who taught chemistry for 40 years at the University of Copenhagan, this amounted to an allegation of scientific misconduct and a baseless attempt to damage his hard-earned reputation. So he decided to seek recourse under Denmark’s strong libel law — and give himself the opportunity to prove in a court of law the scientific legitimacy of his 9/11 research.

Feb 26 19:32

5 Facts that Prove Obama Hates the Second Amendment

In light of the Obama administration’s move to outlaw ammo for one of the nation’s most popular rifles, a look back at the president’s various promises to dismantle the Second Amendment is in order.

Feb 26 19:21

Law Enforcement Fear-Mongering Kills anti-NSA bill in Montana

This week, law enforcement fear-mongering in Montana told legislators that banning resources to ?NSA spying would help child pornographers.

Feb 26 19:05

Ron Paul: Internet, RIP?

Today the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), a non-elected federal government agency, voted three-to-two to reclassify broadband Internet as a common carrier service under Title II of the Communications Act. This means that – without the vote of Congress, the peoples’ branch of government – a federal agency now claims the power to regulate the Internet. I am surprised that even among civil liberties groups, some claim the federal government increasing regulation of the Internet somehow increases our freedom and liberty.

Feb 26 18:37

U.S. deserter needs Iraq war crimes evidence to be refugee: A U.S. soldier who deserted because he thought the Iraq war was illegal could have grounds for seeking asylum in Germany but only if he can show he would have been involved in war crimes.

A U.S. soldier who deserted because he thought the Iraq war was illegal could have grounds for seeking asylum in Germany but only if he can show he would have been involved in war crimes, Europe's highest court said on Thursday.

Feb 26 18:34

'Gestapo' tactics at US police 'black site' ring alarm from Chicago to Washington

The US Department of Justice and embattled mayor Rahm Emanuel are under mounting pressure to investigate allegations of what one politician called “CIA or Gestapo tactics” at a secretive Chicago police facility exposed by the Guardian.

Feb 26 18:22

Paul Craig Roberts: The Threat Posed to International Relations By The Neoconservative Ideology of American Hegemony

While the neoconservatives were preoccupied for a decade with their wars in the Middle East, creating a US Africa Command, organizing color revolutions, exiting disarmament treaties, surrounding Russia with military bases, and “pivoting to Asia” to surround China with new air and naval bases, Vladimir Putin led Russia back to economic and military competence and successfully asserted an independent Russian foreign policy.

When Russian diplomacy blocked Washington’s planned invasion of Syria and Washington’s planned bombing of Iran, the neoconservatives realized that they had failed the “first objective” of the Wolfowitz Doctrine and had allowed “the re-emergence of a new rival . . . on the territory of the former Soviet Union” with the power to block unilateral action by Washington.

The attack on Russia began.

Feb 26 18:15

Target To Announce Second Round Of Layoffs

Feb 26 18:05

Another US Retailer To Close 120 Stores

Feb 26 18:00

Sears posts 11th straight quarterly loss

Feb 26 17:40

Comments to HHS about Mandatory Vaccinations due March 9th

Catherine J. Frompovich
Activist Post

Ms. Rebecca Fish, Senior Policy Advisor / Email: Rebecca.Fish@hhs.gov

U.S. Health & Human Services

Ref: Federal Register Doc. 2015-02481 – NAIP Comment due date 3-9-15

Dear Senior Policy Adviser Rebecca Fish:

As requested in the Federal Register of 2-5-15, please accept my comments regarding mandatory adult vaccinations in the USA, the NAIP.

Realistically, most of the information promulgated about vaccines really needs to be revisited for accuracy, transparency, and scientific facts. Furthermore, misleading bureaucratic promotional information should not be the basis for mandating any more vaccines for anyone in the USA!...

Feb 26 17:08

Jonathan Gruber fired from Mass. exchange board

Massachusetts' governor has fired Obamacare architect Jonathan Gruber from a board that oversees the state's health insurance exchange, a source confirmed to the Washington Examiner.

Gruber ignited a controversy last December when a series of videos surfaced where the Massachusetts Institute of Technology professor discussed the “stupidity of the American voter” was vital to passing the 2010 Affordable Care Act.

Feb 26 16:20

BEX ALERT! Obama: ‘We’ve Expanded My Authorities’

Pres. Obama is daring Republicans to vote on whether or not his executive actions are legal.

Feb 26 16:19

BANSKY ‘SNEAKS’ INTO GAZA TO MAKE A VIDEO

The anonymous but eminent British street artist known as Banksy has again taken aim at Israeli policies regarding the Palestinians, sneaking into the Gaza Strip and filming the devastation there in the wake of last summer’s IDF Operation Protective Edge, which ended six months ago.

Feb 26 16:18

Deere & Company expects drop in sales

Deere & Company is expected to set a record this year — but not the kind it wants.

Leaders at the Moline, Ill.-based company expect sales to drop around $6 billion. That includes large machinery sales, which could drop as much as 50 percent.

Deere and Company has already laid off hundreds of workers, including at its locations in Waterloo. More cuts are on the way next month.

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