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Jan 18 13:27

Paris Charlie – the Shock Doctrine par Excellence

False flag – converted immediately into public shock, the perfect condition for ramming any police, military and surveillance legislation down the people’s throat.

On 12 January the French Parliament approved with almost unanimity – with one abstention only – the budget for France’s continuous and enlarged involvement in the new war on Iraq, a new war engagement led by Washington and supported by its vassals, UK, Canada, Australia and France. Aircraft carriers and troops were immediately mobilized, not even losing a day.

Jan 18 13:04

EXCLUSIVE: Screenwriter mysteriously killed in 1997 after finishing script that revealed the 'real reason' for US invasion of Panama had been working for the CIA... and both his hands were missing

snip: Devore's research for the end product included an article from London's now defunct Sunday Correspondent alleging dictator General Manuel Noriega had compiled a stash of sex tapes featuring top-ranking US officials.

Noriega, the article explains, ran a well-known 'honey trap': inviting diplomats to his home filled with alcohol, drugs, beautiful women, and beautiful men - and covertly filming their antics.

After years of research, Dr Alford suggests the film may have implied the invasion was nothing more than a diversion that would allow the US into Panama to steal back incriminating photos of senior US officials that Noriega could have used as blackmail.

Jan 18 12:24

Middle class decline looms over final years of Obama presidency

Barack Obama enters the final two years of his presidency with a blemish on his legacy that looks impossible to erase: the decline of the middle class he has promised to rescue.

Jan 18 11:35

Watch John Kerry apologize to France by having James Taylor sing "You've Got a Friend"

Over 1 million people and many prominent world leaders marched in anti-terrorism protests in Paris last Sunday, but the United States government notably failedto send either President Obama or any other high-level official. The next day, White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest said that this was a mistake, and that someone with a higher profile should have been sent. This Friday, however, Secretary of State John Kerry attempted to apologize to France in his own unique way — by having legendary singer-songwriter James Taylor perform "You've Got a Friend" at a Paris press conference.

Jan 18 09:40

Can Obama Untangle from Syria’s Civil War?

Israel, Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Qatar would all reject a policy that would allow a regime they regard as an Iranian ally to persist in Syria.

Contradictions between the Obama administration’s policy in Syria and realities on the ground have become so acute that U.S. officials began last November discussing a proposal calling for support of local ceasefires between opposition forces and the Assad regime in dozens of locations across Syria.

The proposal surfaced in two articles in Foreign Policy magazine and in a column by the Washington Post’s David Ignatius. Those indicated that it was under serious consideration by administration officials. In fact, the proposal may even have played a role in a series of four White House meetings during the week of Nov. 6-13, to discuss Syria policy, one of which Obama himself presided over.

Jan 18 09:37

Neocons: The ‘Anti-Realists’

This neocon madness – this “anti-realism” – has been playing out in the real world on a grand scale, destroying real lives and endangering the real future of the planet.

The primary distinction between the neocons and the liberal interventionists has been the centrality of Israel in the neocons’ thinking while their liberal sidekicks put “humanitarianism” at the core of their world view. But these differences are insignificant, in practice, since the liberal hawks are politically savvy enough not to hold Israel accountable for its human rights crimes and clever enough to join with the neocons in easy-to-sell “regime change” strategies toward targeted countries with weak lobbies in Washington.

Jan 18 09:34

The Swiss Franc Chaos Shows Why Negative Interest Rates Don't Work

Not long ago, a theory was floated that in order to avert an economic crisis, all central banks had to do was cut interest rates below zero and this would boost growth. That theory was then put to the test in the eurozone and Switzerland. And now, it's failing. In June 2014, the European Central Bank (ECB) decided to cut its deposit rate (the interest rate that it pays on reserves held by the central bank) to -0.10%. In September, this was cut again to -0.20%.

Jan 18 09:31

Obama to Senators: Choose U.S. Over Donors

The president urged the lawmakers to “take the long view rather than make a move for short-term political gain”.

On Thursday of last week, President Barack Obama spoke to a group of Democratic senators in a private meeting during a Baltimore hotel political retreat.

He asked the senators not to support a bill, drafted by Senators Robert Menendez (D-NJ) (left) and Mark Kirk (R-IL), which would add further sanctions on Iran during this time of delicate nuclear negotiations between the U.S., its allies and Iran.

One unnamed senator in the room told the New York Times that Obama said that “as a former senator himself, he understood how outside forces — like special interests and donors — can influence senators to act”.

Jan 18 09:21

The Rothschilds Own Charlie Hebdo? Editors Girlfriend Works For The Rothschilds.

Jan 18 09:11

France Puts Off Delivery of Mistral to Russia "Indefinitely"

The first helicopter carrier, which was initially to be turned over to the Russians in October, will remain at quay for the time being. The decision, which is in accordance with recommendations made to François Hollande by the Americans during the G20 summit, is justified by the "situation in the eastern Ukraine" according to a press statement by the French president's office.

Jan 18 08:28

Chief of Obamacare rollout resigns amid allegations of misconduct

The top Obama official overseeing the so-called rollout of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) of 2010, commonly called ObamaCare, has notified the administration on Friday that she his leaving her position after serving five years. Marilyn Tavenner, the Center for Medicaid and Medicare Services (CMS) administrator, said she will official vacate her office in February.

Tavenner's service included the rollout snafu in which the multi-million dollar HealthCare.gov website cause enormous problems for both the Obama administration and the Americans attempting to enroll. It also included allegations of "gaming the numbers" when it was discovered the administration released a report containing inflated enrollment statistics.

Jan 18 08:19

Sen. Feinstein’s husband to make $1B off new insider deal

More shady deals emerge despite the $18T national debt

Jan 18 01:55

The War on Drugs and Prison Industrial Complex Explained in Pictures: 7 Infographics You Need to See

Most people don't realize that the police state is its own economy, slavery does exist in modern day America, and the game is rigged...

Jan 17 23:58

Charlie Hebdo: A Convoluted World

Zionist Israelis have a history of false flag terrorist attacks in many countries, even against fellow Jews, to encourage Jews to immigrate to occupied Palestine (Israel), to gain sympathy for their occupation of Palestine, and to push Western Christian government to wage crusading wars, as George Bush described them, against Israel’s enemies; Arab and Muslim World in the Middle East, as we have seen in the terrorist attacks of 911 in the US and the 7/7/2005 London bombing. It seems that the Paris terrorist attack carry the same finger prints. What a convoluted Zionist ideology!

Jan 17 15:25

Paris attacks – Islamists’ gift to Israel

Uri Avnery argues that the jihadist terrorist attacks in Paris benefited Binyamin Netanyahu, the Israeli right and Zionism in general, and may also help entrench the Israeli occupation of the Palestinian territories.

Jan 17 12:35

Paul Craig Roberts: Charlie Hebdo: Report from Europe

Here is a video of the execution of Amedy Coulibaly. It is a German website with the actual live French video of the police assault on the deli. There are three videos. The first one repeatedly shows Coulibaly with tied hands containing no weapons shot downand killed when he could easily have been captured. It is as if the order was to make sure that there is no live suspect whose story might have to be explained away. The first video also repeatedly shows the execution in slow motion. Commentary in French accompanies the video. http://alles-schallundrauch.blogspot.co.at/2015/01/amedy-coulibaly-wur...

In response to my Charlie Hebdo update http://www.paulcraigroberts.org/2015/01/16/charlie-hebdo-update-paul-c... European readers report that the situation in Europe is much the same as in the US and UK. The “mainstream” print and TV media parrot the official line and raise no unsettling questions. The independent Internet media is where real information is reported.

Jan 17 11:15

China and Russia launching new credit rating agency in 2015

The new Universal Credit Rating Group (UCRG) is being set up to rival the existing agencies Moody’s, S&P and Fitch, and its first rating will be issued this year.

The setting up of UCRG is in its final stages, ready to challenge the ‘Big Three’ that currently dominate the industry, the Managing Director of RusRating Aleksandr Ovchinnikov told Sputnik News Agency on Tuesday.

“In our opinion, the first ratings [will] appear … during the current year,” Ovchinnikov said, adding that accreditation with the local regulator is already underway.

The news comes on the heels of Fitch’s decision to follow S&P in downgrading Russia’s sovereign credit rating to BBB-, a step above junk level and on par with India and Turkey.

Jan 17 11:10

Can Obama Untangle from Syria’s Civil War?

Israel, Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Qatar would all reject a policy that would allow a regime they regard as an Iranian ally to persist in Syria.

Contradictions between the Obama administration’s policy in Syria and realities on the ground have become so acute that U.S. officials began last November discussing a proposal calling for support of local ceasefires between opposition forces and the Assad regime in dozens of locations across Syria.

The proposal surfaced in two articles in Foreign Policy magazine and in a column by the Washington Post’s David Ignatius. Those indicated that it was under serious consideration by administration officials. In fact, the proposal may even have played a role in a series of four White House meetings during the week of Nov. 6-13, to discuss Syria policy, one of which Obama himself presided over.

Jan 17 10:44

Gas Theft and Auschwitz Snub… Russia’s Every Right to End the Insults

How many insults does the European Union expect Russia to bear without consequences? Ethnic cleansing of Russian people by the Brussels-backed Kiev regime, a refugee crisis on Russia’s borders, economic sanctions based on groundless accusations hurting Russian society – and now this – the neo-Nazi cabal that seized power in Ukraine with CIA backing last year has repeatedly been found guilty of siphoning off Russia’s natural gas exports to the EU.

Russia’s objective is simply this: to put an end to the Kiev regime’s de facto theft of Russian gas exports to Europe. How much more reasonable can that be?

No doubt the dutiful Western corporate media will crank up the «Putin as arch villain» narrative. Families freezing across Europe will be attributed to the «evil genius» of the «Soviet mastermind».

Jan 17 10:35

Why is Washington's CPS Treating Marijuana Different Than Alcohol?

Eric Blair
Activist Post

Why is the CPS treating marijuana differently than alcohol in Washington state? Child Protective Services have torn apart a young family over marijuana, a legal substance in the state.

ABC's 20/20 is reporting that this family ran a legal marijuana dispensary from the old days when people needed permission from doctors to use the plant...

Jan 17 06:07

Lavabit founder condemns David Cameron's 'insane' plan to ban encryption

British prime minister David Cameron’s calls to stop tech firms from protecting their users’ information with encryption technology are “insane”, according to the man who once ran NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden’s secure email account.

Jan 16 18:15

Security is Not a Crime—Unless You're an Anarchist

Nadia Kayyali and Katitza Rodriguez
Activist Post

Riseup, a tech collective that provides security-minded communications to activists worldwide, sounded the alarm last month when a judge in Spain stated that the use of their email service is a practice, he believes, associated with terrorism.

Javier Gómez Bermúdez is a judge of Audiencia Nacional, a special high court in Spain that deals with serious crimes such as terrorism and genocide. According to press reports, he ordered arrest warrants that were carried out on December 16th against alleged members of an anarchist group. The arrests were part of Operation Pandora, a coordinated campaign against “anarchist activity” that has been called an attempt “to criminalize anarchist social movements.” The police seized books, cell phones, and computers, and arrested 11 activists. Few details are known about the situation, since the judge has declared the case secret...

Jan 16 17:59

Media: the most shocking interview that ''never happened''

Jon Rappoport
Activist Post

Suppose a reporter interviewed players behind the scenes re the question: who really runs the US government? Who really sets national policy? A legit interview. Actual people. Actual quotes. Not just a circumstantial case. And suppose these players answered the big questions directly and unmistakably?

And then…nothing happened.

No further coverage. No media hounds let loose to dig further. No government investigation. Nothing.

Well, it’s true. There was an interview. The questions were asked and answered. There was no tap-dancing or beating around the bush or vague reference...

Jan 16 17:33

Rethinking the big speech that isn’t so big anymore

The State of the Union just isn’t what it used to be... Sure, the pageantry and theatrics of the annual presidential address will all be there. The stem-winder of a speech from President Barack Obama. The standing ovations from his supporters, and strategic smirks and scowls from his opponents. The wall-to-wall media coverage and cable news countdown clocks.

Jan 16 17:20

Washington State Rep: ‘We Will Not Comply’ With New Gun Control

On January 15, Second Amendment supporters gathered in Olympia, Washington, in a show of opposition to Bloomberg-funded I-594. State Representative Matt Shea (R-4th Dist.) said, “We will not comply.

Jan 16 16:57

Chuck Norris Raises Red Flag Over Monsanto

The reason it should be on our radar now is that glyphosate is under a standard registration review by the Environmental Protection Agency. The agency is determining whether glyphosate use should continue as is or be limited or even halted.

Jan 16 16:52

Scientists Balk at ‘Hottest Year’ Claims: Ignores Satellites Showing 18 Year ‘Pause’

Claiming 2014 is the “hottest year” on record based on hundredths of a degree temperature difference is a fancy way of saying the global warming ‘pause’ is continuing.”

Jan 16 16:44

Chantix : THESE ARE YOUR “SIDE EFFECTS”

Look at the comments on youtube.... Why is this even being OFFERED to people with "side effects" like that!?

Jan 16 16:42

How to Lose Friends on Social Media: Question Authority

James Holbrooks
Activist Post

I’m gonna lose friends. I realize now it’s inevitable.

Not real friends. The real stuff is forged from memories and adamantium. I’m not worried about that. No, the friends I’m destined to lose are the type that can simply click a button and disappear me from their timeline.

I’ve been on Facebook since Christmas—as in three weeks ago. I’m sure that’s hilarious to some. But it was always a conscious decision not to partake, and I stand by it. In the end there were two reasons that finally got me to pull the trigger...

Jan 16 16:36

Asset Forfeiture and the Cycle of Electronic Surveillance Funding

Asset forfeiture has long been a topic of controversy in law enforcement. Cops and prosecutors have had the power to seize property and cash from suspects before anyone has actually been convicted of a crime (usually narcotics-related). Then these law enforcement agencies have plugged a portion of that money (and money derived from auctioning of property) into their own budgets, allowing them to spend in ways that possibly would not have passed scrutiny during the formal appropriations process.

Jan 16 16:33

Obama Administration to Disclose New Changes to NSA Spying

The Obama administration is planning to issue a series of progress updates about its efforts over the past year to reform the National Security Agency’s mass-surveillance authority, National Journal has learned.

Jan 16 16:02

Bank Of America Misses Revenue By $2 Billion As Trading Revenue Collapses; Fires Thousands

Following disappointing results from JPM and Wells Fargo yesterday, it was Bank of America’s turn to “surprise” investors with its disclosure just how bad its quarter was. And with the bank reporting a 50% collapse in its sales and trading from Q3, down $600 million from a year ago to just $1.7 billion in Q4, it should come as no surprise that the bank just reported Net Income, before the usual spate of amusing addbacks, of $0.25 well below the $0.31 expected

Jan 16 15:30

Ex-U.S. attorney’s fall unmistakable message

If ever there was an opportunity for a little creative sentencing, the case of Lawrence Semenza surely provided it.

Semenza, the former U.S. attorney here, received a 18-month sentence Wednesday in U.S. District Judge James Mahan’s courtroom for failing to pay $290,000 in taxes from 2006 to 2010. It was among the greatest falls from grace in local political history. There was a time Semenza was consummately connected and highly respected.

Semenza, 72, was the U.S. attorney from 1975 to 1977. In that time, his office prosecuted plenty of tax fraudsters.

Jan 16 14:48

China and Russia launching new credit rating agency in 2015

The new Universal Credit Rating Group (UCRG) is being set up to rival the existing agencies Moody’s, S&P and Fitch, and its first rating will be issued this year.

The setting up of UCRG is in its final stages, ready to challenge the ‘Big Three’ that currently dominate the industry, the Managing Director of RusRating Aleksandr Ovchinnikov told Sputnik News Agency on Tuesday.

“In our opinion, the first ratings [will] appear … during the current year,” Ovchinnikov said, adding that accreditation with the local regulator is already underway.

The news comes on the heels of Fitch’s decision to follow S&P in downgrading Russia’s sovereign credit rating to BBB-, a step above junk level and on par with India and Turkey.

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Jan 16 14:09

CALLED IT: Billionaire George Soros Funded the Highly Organized Ferguson Protests to the Tune of $33 Million

Soros paid for everything Ferguson unrest, from the artsy social media campaigns, to the organization on the ground, to the exploitation and propaganda in the press.

"The financial tether from Mr. Soros to the activist groups gave rise to a combustible protest movement that transformed a one-day criminal event in Missouri into a 24-hour-a-day national cause celebre," Riddell wrote.

Surprise, surprise. Never let a good crisis go to waste, right?

It's no wonder Obama left his vacation early to meet with Attorney General Eric Holder on the Michael Brown shooting. He had orders from his boss.

Some community organizer. Just goes to show that some people use their exorbitant wealth to at least superficially pretend they are helping humanity, while others spend it openly and blatantly drumming up mass civil unrest on racial lines in an overblown police state to further bring down a nation.

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Jan 16 10:02

Top Obamacare Official Stepping Down, And Repealing Obamacare Might Not Be The Best Use Of Congress' Time?

WEBMASTER ADDITION: After all, Congress is really busy bowing to Israel all day long!

Jan 16 09:59

Columbus Ohio Prosecutor Ignores Credible Rape Claims.



15 January 2015

KingCast Sees Columbus Ohio & Franklin County Prosecutor & Police Protect Alleged Serial Rapist Edward Battle III When Victims are Black.

Top video = Current Political Malfeasance.

Second video = History of Political Malfeasance documented by Ms. Kennedy Kent, Mr. Whitaker, Michael Isreal, Jerry Doyle (RIP), Loretta Heard (RIP), Bill Moss (RIP), Bob Fitrakis, Esq., Minister Donell Muhammad, Christopher King, Esq. and Auditor Dave Yost, 1997-Present.

Third video = Interviews with WTVN's Dirk Thompson, 2011.
Black Child Victims of Rape Matter

Jan 16 09:34

Costa Rica Court Rules Process for GMO Approval Unconstitutional

In a ruling Thursday lauded by Costa Rica’s anti-GMO activists, the country’s Constitutional Chamber of the Supreme Court, or Sala IV, struck down the government’s regulatory framework on genetically modified organisms, declaring the process of approval for GMO projects unconstitutional...

Jan 16 08:34

Medicare chief Tavenner steps down, took part health care rollout

Medicare chief Marilyn Tavenner — who oversaw the rocky rollout of the president’s health care law — says she’s stepping down at the end of February.

Jan 16 08:02

US is Preparing up to 5k Militants That Would Flee to ISIL

Tony Cartalucci
Activist Post

Reported along the peripheries of the Western media, it was reported recently that some 3,000 so-called "moderate rebels" of the "Free Syrian Army" had defected to the "Islamic State" (ISIS). While not the first time so-called "moderates" have crossed over openly to Al Qaeda or ISIS, it is one of the largest crossovers that has occurred.

With them, these 3,000 fighters will bring weapons, cash, equipment, and training provided to them by Saudi Arabia, Qatar, the United States, the UK, and perhaps most ironic of all in the wake of the recent terror attack in Paris, France. Indeed, ISIS and Al Qaeda's ranks continue to swell amid this insidious network of "terror laundering" that is only set to grow...

Jan 16 07:41

FCC to vote on Obama’s call for government-run internet next month

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will vote in February to decide whether municipalities can bypass state laws to provide their own internet service – a policy that President Barack Obama threw his weight behind earlier this week.

The vote is controversial but has support from the Obama administration, and proponents say it would give the public more options and faster service. Many Republicans and opponents argue that permitting such behavior exceeds the FCC’s authority.

Jan 16 07:12

Off the Grid? Or Make Your Own Grid?

by Brian Berletic

There are many reasons people want to get "off the grid." From unstable energy prices, to environmental concerns, to even just a search for independence, the list is long and diverse. Just as diverse are attempts to "get off the grid." But as one community in Thailand is proving, sometimes building your own grid is just as good, maybe better.

The "Pa Deng model" is a project born out of necessity. The national power grid simply didn't reach the farms and villages in this remote sub-district located south of Bangkok along the border with Myanmar in Phetchaburi province. Several failed attempts at simply handing out technology had frustrated many, and the founders of this project, including one Ministry of Energy employee, decided to take matters into their own hands...

Jan 16 06:29

Chantix, Smoking-Cessation Drug, Raises Suicide Risks, New Study Shows

Pfizer's smoking cessation drug Chantix carries too many risks and should only be tried when other treatments fail, researchers said on Wednesday.

Chantix was eight times more likely to be linked with a reported case of suicidal behavior or depression than other nicotine replacement products, such as the nicotine patch, they said.

Jan 15 18:17

JE NE SUIS PAS CHARLIE

There are more doubts and questions in the Charlie Hebdo affair than there will ever be answers. In part this is because the French security forces silenced witnesses, killing three assumed perpetrators in a display which seems to say that Dirty Harry movies are now part of French training programs.

And then we have the sudden death by apparent suicide of a police commissioner in charge of the investigation just as he was writing his report alone at night, an event which received little mainline press coverage. A man in his forties in the midst of likely the biggest case of his career just decides to kill himself?

Jan 15 15:31

The Government Mafia Will Steal Everything You Own

The G20 told you on November 20, 2014, they plan to steal your bank account. Secretary of Treasury, Jack Lew, has positioned the federal government to steal back federal pensions and now your local police can rob you blind for the crime of going out in public.

Jan 15 15:28

Polls Clash Over Obama Approval (Anyone buying this?)

President Obama’s public approval rating has dropped to just 37 percent, with 55 percent disapproving of his job performance, according to the first Reuters/Ipsos political tracking poll of the year.

Jan 15 15:19

National Rifle Association suing Pittsburgh and Philadelphia over gun laws

Let no one accuse the National Rifle Association of being slow on the draw: It is suing Pittsburgh, Philadelphia and Lancaster, just days after a new state law allowed it to challenge local gun ordinances in court.

Jan 15 15:03

Indiana Bill Would Ban Material Support or Resources to the NSA

Activist Post

With Congress not only failing to rein in National Security Agency (NSA) spying, but actually expanding its power in a recent funding bill, many privacy activists have turned to the states to take action to block warrantless surveillance programs.

A bill filed this week in Indiana would not only support efforts to turn of NSA’s water in Utah, but would also have some practical effect in the Hoosier State...

Jan 15 14:59

FDA Approves Surgical Implant to ‘Fight Obesity,’ But Won’t Label GMOs

The Food and Drug Administration wants you to implant a small ‘anti-obesity’ device deep within your body that shuts down your nerve connection to your stomach and requires very risky surgery — but you aren’t allowed to actually know what’s making you fat and sick in the first place.

Jan 15 14:11

New bill could mark the beginning of the end of the Common Core

Congress is set to rewrite the laws governing the nation’s schools this year, and the Common Core might turn into a history lesson.

Jan 15 12:47

What Are the Odds? Guy Caught Plotting Violent Jihad Against Capitol as Republicans Holding Out on DHS Funding Bill

It just keeps getting better and better here in the American headlines. Are even diehard Fox and MSNBC viewers still buying any of this stuff?

Just a few days ago, news hit that ISIS supposedly hacked CENTCOM at the same time that President Obama was announcing new cyber security legislation. Superb Wag The Dog timing, no?

Now, a violent jihad on the Capitol has been thwarted by the FBI. WHEW!

But wait! There’s more…

Jan 15 09:51

Dying ‘good career move’ for French hate-mag

As ever, the Muslim world is responding with restraint and dignity to the latest vile conduct by Western so-called free-speech secularism.

The French so-called satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo – more accurately a hate-inciting, racist rag – has published its first post-massacre edition this week, with print sales going through the roof.

The magazine has abused the principle of free speech as a cynical cover to promote hate speech and in particular to foment prejudice against the Muslim population of France and Europe more generally.

Muslims have become the most vulnerable community in Europe and around the world for persecution by Western state and non-state bigots. Over the past week, Muslim communities and places of worship have been attacked by mobs in Germany and France amid the climate of hatred that the likes of Charlie Hebdo and its state benefactors have been responsible for.

Jan 15 09:46

Lawsuit says Caltech Provost and others ignored Israeli spying

Dr. Troian’s allegations describe subversion of one of America’s most important scientific institutions and provide a potential case study of how U.S. taxpayer funded scientific technology is stolen by Israel.

Following is a deeply disturbing excerpt from a civil lawsuit filed by a Caltech professor against Caltech, often named the world’s top research university. Caltech’s official name is the California Institute of Technology.

According to the lawsuit, a small coterie of Caltech professors and administrators ignored Israeli spying and theft of taxpayer-funded U.S. technology and then retaliated against the professor for reporting it.

Jan 15 09:42

Bob Carr: Australia’s UN vote on Palestine does a disservice to all sides

A true friend of Israel should be able to send a message about what Australians think.

More Australians winced than applauded when they learned of their country’s very last vote at the end of its two year term on the security council.

It was a lousy way to wrap up a two year term on the security council, given the intense competition to win the seat.

Jan 15 09:36

DATA: Congress gets richer, U.S. households get poorer

While the median net worth of U.S. House Representatives and U.S. Senators grew by 21.7 percent and 19 percent, respectively, from 2007 to 2013, the average U.S. household’s net worth declined by 43 percent, according to a new analysis from the Center for Responsive Politics.

According to the center, the average Senator’s net worth in 2013 reached $2.8 million, nearly 50 times the net worth of an average household:

Jan 15 08:58

9-Year-Old Boy Incarcerated After Misssing Court Date For Stealing a Pack of Gum

Cassius Methyl
Activist Post

Right now, the Internet is blowing up with a story of a 9-year-old boy who is currently behind bars for stealing a pack of gum.

An arrest warrant was issued for an unnamed 9-year-old boy, who stole a pack of gum and failed to appear in court...

Jan 15 08:38

Berkeley Protests Prompt Local Police to Push for Drones

Carey Wedler
Activist Post

Following uproarious police brutality protests in Berkeley and the San Francisco Bay Area last month, local cops are moving to employ drones in their police work.

Bloomberg reports that Berkeley and Oakland, both part of Alameda County, are seeking to use unmanned aerial vehicles. The city of San Jose is also eager to do the same...

Jan 15 08:25

Nick Clegg Vows To The Primacy Of Jewish Suffering

Nick Clegg promises to protect Holocaust education funding

Holocaust education funding will be protected for the next five years if the Liberal Democrats return to government after the election, Nick Clegg has promised.

Jan 15 07:12

George Soros funds Ferguson protests, hopes to spur civil action

There’s a solitary man at the financial center of the Ferguson protest movement. No, it’s not victim Michael Brown or Officer Darren Wilson. It’s not even the Rev. Al Sharpton, despite his ubiquitous campaign on TV and the streets.

Rather, it’s liberal billionaire George Soros, who has built a business empire that dominates across the ocean in Europe while forging a political machine powered by nonprofit foundations that impacts American politics and policy, not unlike what he did with MoveOn.org.

Jan 15 06:45

White House: ‘We look forward’ to working with GOP on limitless war authorization

Republicans leadership told to expect language from Obama administration that would provide new authorization for war in Iraq and Syria

Jan 15 02:58

Hear, Look, Speak No Evil: Quality Loan Servicing Corp. Loses Motion to Dismiss Fraudulent Concealment in Seattle.


The full hearing.


The ruling itself with background.


One year ago.....

As you can see in the top movie, Quality Loan Servicing Corp. (hereinafter, "QLSC")
lives by the principle of See no evil, hear no evil.......

Jan 14 21:25

Flashback 2009 - "Defamation" By Yoav Shamir

Israeli director Yoav Shamir embarks on a provocative – and at times irreverent – quest to answer the question, “What is anti-Semitism today?” Does it remain a dangerous and immediate threat? Or is it a scare tactic used by right-wing Zionists to discredit their critics?

Speaking with an array of people from across the political spectrum (including the head of the Anti-Defamation League and its fiercest critic, author Norman Finkelstein) and traveling to places like Auschwitz (alongside Israeli school kids) and Brooklyn (to explore reports of violence against Jews), Shamir discovers the realities of anti-Semitism today. His findings are shocking, enlightening and – surprisingly – often wryly funny.

(Note: Re-posted in light of the discussion of why "World Zionism" needs both "anti-Semitism" and "The Holocaust(TM)" myth in order to exist and to justify its "The Ends Justify The Means" ruthless actions)

Jan 14 19:17

Video: Joe Biden Is That Creepy Uncle You Avoided at Family Reunions as a Kid

Not sure what else to say other than, "This is your Vice President, America." Watch the video...

Jan 14 17:41

How trade deals like NAFTA neuter governments

Modern free trade pacts are about more than trade. That’s been known for a long time.

When Canadians were debating free trade with the U.S. in the late 1980s, those challenging the proposed pact warned that it would neuter governments’ ability to act in the public interest.

That charge was repeated in the ’90s during debate over the North American Free Trade Agreement, which linked Canada, the U.S. and Mexico.

Jan 14 17:32

DHS run police departments are using ‘ShotSpotter’ to spy on public conversations

In one of Camden’s roughest neighborhoods the police don’t want to talk about specific locations, but the Shotspotter microphones are hidden in buildings and on roof tops throughout the streets.

The technology costs between $60,000 and $100,000 a year per square mile.

A MuckRock FOIA request revealed police departments are using USAI grants otherwise known as DHS grants across the country.

Jan 14 17:07

FBI Thwarts Terror Plot on Capitol That They Planned

Eric Blair
Activist Post

The FBI is at it again. Creating fake terror plots to justify their existence. And this plot hits on all the themes one would expect from a good fake terror plot.

The FBI initially found a patsy by trolling Twitter for support of ISIS. That's exciting because finding someone retarded enough to admit support for murderers is really difficult. Then they sent an in-house jihadist to team up with the patsy to plan a grand terror attack on the nation's Capitol. Heroically, the moment the 20-year-old patsy said he would "go forward with violent jihad" the FBI steps in and declares a victory in the war on terror...

Jan 14 16:03

UK Zionist mafia’s onslaught against free speech

Stuart Littlewood looks at how Britain’s Zionist lobby is sabotaging freedom of speech by bullying politicians and journalists who speak the truth about Israel, most recently BBC reporter Tim Willcox.

Jan 14 15:41

Study Shows Voters See Far Beyond The Expensive Suits And Practiced Language Patterns Of Politicians

Many of us have forgotten how to judge the character of another. Their words only tell half the story. For example it is good to watch television with the sound off, this allows you to see numerous nonverbal cues. Body language alone speaks volumes about someone. You can see shy people pull their bodies inward, shift their shoulders in and put their hands in their pockets. We have patterns that emerge that tell everything about ourselves. What we think of ourselves and others. Politicians in general are not immune, but they have been cultivated to hide those flaws.

Jan 14 15:33

Cindy McCain selected Blue Star spokesperson

Cindy McCain, wife of Arizona Senator John McCain, has been chosen national spokesperson for Blue Star Mothers of America, Inc., it was announced by the national president Judy Dorsey.

The Blue Star Mothers of America is a not for profit organization that supports members of the Armed Forces, veterans and families of fallen heroes. The group is best know for care packages that are mailed throughout the year to service men and women.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

“I don’t care about this issue.” -- Cindy McCain, on the USS Liberty

UPDATE: Open reply by Phil Tourney

Dear Blue Star Mothers (Ms. Judy Dorsey),

It is with great pride and sadness I write this letter first I thank you for keeping faith in or fallen members who gave it all for this great country we love.

My sadness is you thumbing your noses of the gallant crew of our great ship USS Liberty where as 34 of my shipmates were murdered 174 others wounded including me.You do this as a cover -up for the ZIONIST STATE of Israel shame on you all of you!

Cindy McCain and her husband are at the core of the cover-up how dare you be part of history that covers up cold blooded murder of Americans on the high seas. It is incredible how she is now the national spokesperson for Blue Star Mothers of America after her email to James Morris (included at the following URL):

Cindy McCain on the USS LIBERTY COVERUP: “I don’t care about this issue.”:

http://america-hijacked.com/2011/10/04/cindy-mccain-on-the- uss-liberty-coverup-i-dont-care-about-this-issue/

Your support for the murders of Americans by Israel is beyond reason to all of the crew and Americans that love America first not the ZIONIST STATE of Israel.

I think you should look at facts not fiction of war crimes an act of war put upon America by the ZIONIST State of Israel.

Respectfully,

Phillip Francis Tourney

Three time USS Liberty Veterans President Survivor

Combat wounded Veteran two tours of duty Vietnam

Author "WHAT I SAW THAT DAY"

Jan 14 13:46

Watch your language! (even when speaking the undeniable truth)

Willcox: “Many critics, though, of Israel’s policy would suggest that the Palestinians suffer hugely at Jewish hands as well.”

Poor Tim Willcox, now terrorized for doing a professional job at the Paris anti-terror march.

In a live TV report the BBC’s Willcox was interviewing people in the crowd and talking to a Jewish woman about her fears of persecution.

She said: “The situation is going back to the days of the 1930s in Europe.”

Willcox replied: “Many critics, though, of Israel’s policy would suggest that the Palestinians suffer hugely at Jewish hands as well.”

She countered: “We can’t do an amalgam.”

Willcox said: “You understand everything is seen from different perspectives.”

The reporter’s remarks were widely criticized by viewers, with some calling for his resignation.

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