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"Rosa had her breasts cut off. Then they cut into her chest and took out her heart. The men had their arms broken, their testicles cut off, and their eyes poked out They were killed by slitting their throats and pulling the tongue out through the slit." -- A survivor of a raid by US-backed Contras in Nicaragua in the 1980s

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April 9, 2015

Apr 09 13:46

Kuwait Reintroduces Compulsory Military Service For Citizens

The new law mandates all men to undergo compulsory military training once they reach the age of 18 and to remain in reserve forces till the age of 45.

Apr 09 13:46

UN Official Says to Depopulate the Earth to Fight Global Warming

Sometimes it takes a couple years for these things to surface. It was back in 2013 when Christiana Figueres, a UN official, was interviewed by Climate One, a “public affairs forum” that discusses ways to combat manmade global warming. In her comments, Figueres argued that cutting down on the global population, in addition to taking other drastic measures, would help to fight global warming.

Apr 09 13:45

China to build $2bn Iran-Pakistan pipeline - media

China will reportedly finance the so-called ‘Peace Pipeline’ natural gas pipeline from Iran, home to the world’s second largest reserves, to energy-deprived Pakistan. The project was delayed due to US dissent.

Apr 09 13:45

Eiffel Tower, schools, airports shut as thousands take to French streets in nationwide strike

A nationwide strike in France has seen thousands of people march instead of going to their regular jobs on Thursday. The union-led protest affected public services, air traffic, radio broadcasts and Paris’ most-famous landmark.

The strike is a day after President Francois Hollande's government said it expected one percent economic growth this year and lowered its forecast for 2016 and 2017.

The unions are protesting against budget cuts and a number of other grievances they have against the government or employers.

Thousands of protesters marched in Paris between Place d’Italie and the Invalides


Apr 09 13:44

BRICS $100bn reserve currency pool to soothe global shocks – Medvedev

The creation of the BRICS reserve currencies pool worth $100 billion will allow member states to depend less on negative processes in the world economy and bypass market volatility, said Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev.

Apr 09 13:44

India freezes Greenpeace bank accounts

The Indian Ministry of Home Affairs has frozen seven bank accounts belonging to Greenpeace environmental organisation, Hindu newspaper reported on Thursday.
The move follows a report published by the Indian intelligence service, which accuseed Greenpeace and a number of other non-governmental organizations of affecting the country's development, Hindu said.
The newspaper said that the Greenpeace Indian office would not be able to get financing from overseas, which totaled $1.7 million last year.
The Greenpeace office in New Delhi told TASS that the government had not yet officially informed them about the accounts' freezing.
The Indian government has earlier repeatedly banned local Greenpeace activists from leaving the country and refused to issue visas to its foreign representatives.
On March 4, the Indian government banned 69 NGOs financed from overseas, as, according to intelligence reports, in 2014 they received more than $1.6 billion used to destablise the situation in India.

Apr 09 13:32

In Rahm Emanuel's 'Embarrassing' Victory, A Warning for Democrats

Despite the power of incumbency, the backing of the President, and an array of wealthy and powerful backers, Rahm Emanuel nevertheless became the first mayor in Chicago history to be forced into a runoff. Sure, Chuy Garcia's defeat was a setback for the left, but Emanuel's struggle to retain his office is a warning for politicians everywhere: Corporate Democrats are likely to find themselves on the defensive in 2016 and beyond.

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And we continue to see reports of pre-marked ballots and electronic voting machines assigning votes for Rahm's opponent to Rahm himself.


Apr 09 13:31

Iran Joins China-Led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank

The China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank accepted Iran's membership on Tuesday, the Iranian embassy in Beijing said.

Apr 09 13:20

Hillary Clinton Exposed, Movie She Banned From Theaters Full

Apr 09 13:19

The Czech President has charged the Obama ultimatum

In an interview with radio station "the Pulse" Director of foreign policy Department of the presidential administration of the Czech Republic Hynek Kmoní?ek reported that Zeman will meet with the American Ambassador in Prague Andrew Shapiro only after U.S. President Barack Obama will host the head of the Czech diplomatic mission in Washington Peter Gandalovic.

Apr 09 12:59

Tuberculosis tests at Olathe Northwest High School confirm 27 more cases

Twenty-seven more people have tested positive for tuberculosis at Olathe Northwest High School, state and county health officials said Wednesday, but so far none has shown any symptoms of active disease.

The 27 were among 304 students and staff members the Johnson County Department of Health and Environment tested last week after a student was diagnosed earlier this month with an active case of TB. Only people with active TB can infect others.

Apr 09 12:51

Officer who shot man had prior excessive force complaint

The department whose officer was charged with murder after shooting an unarmed man in the back is taking another look at a previous use-of-force case against him that was closed two years ago even though witnesses told The Associated Press that investigators never contacted them.


Apr 09 12:50

Image: Ron Paul Groped By TSA

On April 7th, Dr. Ron Paul, a long time critic of the TSA program, was groped by the TSA while flying to Houston, Texas.

Apr 09 12:47

VIKING, LIFE ON MARS, AND DR. GILBERT LEVIN

Life was proven to exist on Mars back in 1976, during the Viking Missions, but for political reasons, ignored. Here is the story.

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With more articles coming out about water and possible life on Mars I figured this was time for a repost.

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Apr 09 12:45

Be an Astronomer Right from Your Window

For thousands of years, people have been fascinated by the stars and the heavens. Ever since the time of Galileo, people have been enamored with the mystery and beauty of what our universe has to offer. People today do not have to work at NASA to get a close-up look at the planets and stars. You can be your own astronomer and your own scientist, all from the comfort of your own home or your own backyard.

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Resource page for young stargazers, sent in by a reader!


Apr 09 12:39

Emily Windsor Cragg, Daughter of King Edward VIII, files Claim to UK Crown with UK Parliament, charges Elizabeth II with Treason

Emily Windsor Cragg, the only daughter of the late Duke of Windsor, former King Edward VIII of the UK, announced in a NewsInsideOut.com interview with Alfred Lambremont Webre that she has filed a Claim to the UK Crown & Throne with the UK Parliament, the Archbishop of Canterbury, and the International Criminal Court.

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A real life game of thrones! Unfortunately, when Parliament passed His Majesty's Declaration of Abdication Act 1936, acknowledging Edward's abdication, it included a provision that Edward's heirs were cut off from the line of succession to the throne. So, under British law, I suspect Emily will not get very far with this, especially since the official biography of Edward VIII states he died without producing any children!

Apr 09 12:29

America's Intervention Legacy: "Iraq Is Finished"

Apr 09 12:23

WI police will now forcibly take DNA samples from ALL citizens convicted for misdemeanors

It's no joke - beginning April Fool's Day in Wisconsin, even citizens convicted of misdemeanor crimes will have a DNA sample forcibly taken from them

Apr 09 12:18

Harsh austerity measures causing hunger, rise in dependency on food banks


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Apr 09 12:12

5 Clues Hidden in Computer Files That Can Get You Busted

Which brings us to Merck & Co., the pharmaceutical company most famous for the arthritis medication Vioxx, which was pulled from the market after it was revealed that long term use of the drug caused heart attacks (even if it still worked really well on the whole). Merck was swiftly flooded with almost 7,000 lawsuits after the recall, but in their defense, it's not like anyone knew Vioxx would kill people.

Actually, Merck had specifically known that exact thing for years. And the bizarre thing is, they almost told everyone about it, but changed their minds at the last minute and then poorly covered up their tracks. Thanks, again, to their Word document's revision history.

Apr 09 12:11

Study Shows That Child Chemo Survivors Face Debilitating Health Problems Later On

According to Northwestern University, the number of U.S. childhood cancer survivors has increased but most of the survivors past the five year mark face chronic health problems related to treatment.

The health stats for child chemo survivors were head-spinning...


Apr 09 11:46

Video: Thug Cops Assault Teenagers, Try To Delete Footage From Phone

Police in Virginia Beach, VA have been caught on video assaulting two teenagers after pulling them over for a broken light license plate light. The cops subsequently tried, and failed, to delete the footage captured via cell phone.

When the boy asked Griffith to make sure the incident was being filmed, the police officers clearly became angered and began barking orders to get out of the vehicle.

The cops then pepper sprayed the boy directly in the eyes twice, before breaking out tasers and stunning the kid several times until he literally fell out of the vehicle, being beaten on by five cops, according to his own account.

The boy was arrested and is currently being held in jail until July on charges of assault and battery on a police officer and resisting arrest.

Griffith told The Free Thought Project that the cop who grabbed the phone attempted to deleted the footage

Apr 09 11:45

Israeli Forces Target Journalists in West Bank

It is becoming increasingly risky to cover clashes and protests between Israeli security forces and Palestinian protesters in the West Bank as the number of journalists injured, in what appears to be deliberate targeting by Israeli security forces, continues to rise.

During the last 12 months, Israel's Foreign Press Association (FPA) has issued numerous protests at the manhandling, harassment and shooting of both members of the foreign media and Palestinian journalists.


Apr 09 11:44

SHOCKING HOME EVICTION BY CORPORATE POLICE!

A Shocking eviction by Corporate Police of a man from his home for the princely sum of £6,000 owed in business rates.

After falling behind with his business rates to Manchester City Council, due to the illness of one of his children, Ken was has found himself evicted from his home to be sold for profit by the Corporations. This is NOT austerity... IT IS ROBBERY!!

Apr 09 11:41

As Video Exposes Walter Scott Police Killing, Why Is the Man Who Filmed Eric Garner's Death in Jail?

As a South Carolina police officer faces murder charges after his fatal shooting of unarmed Walter Scott was caught on video, we look at what happened to the man who filmed Eric Garner's fatal chokehold on Staten Island. While no police officers were indicted for Garner's death, the man who filmed the attack, Ramsey Orta, is now locked up in jail after facing what he described as harassment by local police. Orta was first arrested on an unrelated gun charge the day after the Staten Island coroner declared Garner's death to be a homicide. He was later arrested and jailed on a drug charge. His mother, brother and wife have all been arrested too. Supporters have accused the New York City Police Department of targeting Orta's family for releasing the Garner video. We are joined by Ramsey Orta's aunt, Lisa Mercado, as well as Orta family attorneys, William Aronin and Ken Perry.

Apr 09 11:39

London’s Camden Council censors criticism of Israel

Ruth Tenne exposes Camden Council for censoring our website because of our criticism of Israel – criticism that’s often voiced by our Jewish contributors – on the ground that criticising Israel is “anti-Semitic”.

Apr 09 11:37

Jewish Australian lawyer: Death to all “Palestinians” and death to anyone who stands in the way of the Jews

Time of Israel published and deletes

article by Jewish Australian lawyer who

wants to “wipe out Palestinians” read the

article!

Apr 09 11:32

Chevron Whistleblower Leaks 'Smoking Gun' in Case of Ecuadorian Oil Spill

In what is being described as "smoking gun evidence" of Chevron's complete guilt and corruption in the case of an oil spill in the Ecuadorian Amazon, internal videos leaked to an environmental watchdog show company technicians finding and then mocking the extensive oil contamination in areas that the oil giant told courts had been restored.

Apr 09 11:07

National student loan debt reaches a bonkers $1.2 trillion

Kyle Craig wants to go to graduate school, but just being an undergraduate is already drowning him in debt.
“I’ve got student loans just like everyone else walking around,” says Craig, a senior at Old Dominion University. “I expect my debt to be around $30,000 by the time I’m done here.”

Apr 09 11:06

Comcast customer had trouble cancelling his service even after his house burned to the ground

As we’ve seen in the past, it can be really, really hard to cancel your Comcast service. TwinCities.com brings us the story of a man from St. Paul, Minnesota whose entire house tragically burned to the ground, leaving nothing behind… except for his Comcast service and the prospect of being billed for it.

Apr 09 11:06

Obama sued for failing to evacuate citizens from Yemen

A group of 37 Yemini-Americans currently stranded in Yemen have filed suit against President Barack Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry for failing to evacuate them, as well as 55,000 other Americans, from that war-ravaged country.

Apr 09 10:40

FLASHBACK - The fiddling with temperature data is the biggest science scandal ever

When future generations look back on the global-warming scare of the past 30 years, nothing will shock them more than the extent to which the official temperature records – on which the entire panic ultimately rested – were systematically “adjusted” to show the Earth as having warmed much more than the actual data justified.

Two weeks ago, under the headline “How we are being tricked by flawed data on global warming”, I wrote about Paul Homewood, who, on his Notalotofpeopleknowthat blog, had checked the published temperature graphs for three weather stations in Paraguay against the temperatures that had originally been recorded. In each instance, the actual trend of 60 years of data had been dramatically reversed, so that a cooling trend was changed to one that showed a marked warming.

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And the Carbonazis, unrepentant liars all, are still doing it in order to scream that the start of 2015 is the warmest in record even as snow continues to fall (Tokyo this morning) and lingering ice blocks shipping traffic.

Apr 09 10:38

CLIMATEGATE: A CRIME AGAINST HUMANITY (UPDATED FOR WINTER 2015)

"One of the saddest lessons of history is this: If we've been bamboozled long enough, we tend to reject any evidence of the bamboozle. We're no longer interested in finding out the truth. The bamboozle has captured us. It's simply too painful to acknowledge, even to ourselves, that we've been taken. Once you give a charlatan power over you, you almost never get it back." -- Carl Sagan

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It is time to circulate this through social media again. Even as wee continue to get reports of record cold across the northern hemisphere, the Carbonazis are mounting a PR campaign to report (unverified) high temperatures and vanishing ice in remote locations where nobody can check for themselves for the lies we know the promoters of this hoax have been caught telling. It amazes me that after so many record-setting winters, and clearly more on the way, that Al Gore and his ilk continue to be such unremitting and unrepentant liars!

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Apr 09 10:34

Facebook hit with class action lawsuit over facial recognition data

A new class action lawsuit claims Facebook violated its users' privacy rights in acquiring what it describes as the largest privately held database of facial recognition data in the world.

According to a report from Courthouse News Service, lead plaintiff Carlo Licata, of Cook County, claims the social network violated Illinois privacy laws by not providing him with written notification that his biometric data was being collected or stored.

Furthermore, Licata claims that it's also unlawful to collect biometric data in the state without clearly stating the purpose for which that data is being collected, along with notification of how long it would be stored for.

Apr 09 10:33

Ice Age Watch: New York Had Its Coldest Late Winter In Over 100 Years

New Yorkers may have wished they were Californians this winter as the Empire State suffered through its coldest January through March period in more than 100 years — all while Californians had record warmth.

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration reported northeastern states suffered through a much colder-than-average January through March period. That was especially true for New York and Vermont, both of which had their coldest late winter periods on record.

Apr 09 10:33

Low temperature records broken throughout Newfoundland

It might be more than a week into the month of April in Newfoundland and Labrador, but spring still feels very distant for many towns as cold temperature records continue to be broken.

Apr 09 10:32

White House Reporters Finally Decide They’ve Had ENOUGH!

Almost 7 years into the Obama Administration and White House reporters are finally complaining about Obama’s lack of access.
It’s apparently taken them a year to compile a list of ‘demands’ they are seeking from the White House.
Seriously, they wait until NOW to complain about what many have been complaining about since year number ONE?

Apr 09 10:30

Trapped in ice: Freighters, fishing boats, whales stuck in winter's gripIce on Great Lakes traps 8 freighters on busy shipping route between U.S., Canada

Apr 09 10:27

Salisbury Univ. Urging “TB” Tests After Three Confirmed Cases

There’s concern tonight at Salisbury University– hit with three cases of tuberculosis in recent months! Now the university is warning students who may have come in contact with those patients, to get tested!

Christie Ileto has the latest.

More than 8,700 students at Salisbury University and three of them have confirmed cases of tuberculosis.

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Tuberculosis is one of the illnesses confirmed to be brought into the US by the illegal immigrants.

Apr 09 10:25

Widespread Outages A Sign Of Bigger Problems To Come?

A massive power outage blacked out thousands in D.C. and Maryland and officials say the issue started with transmission equipment dozens of miles away.

Now– some are raising the red flag about how fragile the power grid really is.

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"Look, we are really sorry about the blackouts. Hey, it hit the White House, too, so don't complain to me! And we are sorry about the water main break that flooded the subway in New York, but look on the good side; it probably drowned all those rats and homeless people. And yes, the decay of the water systems out west is a huge part of the reason California is going back to desert, and I know you are all complaining about the high taxes and wondering why that money is not being spent on this nation's infrastructure. But government is choosing. Government is prioritizing, and right now the priorities we have are propping up Wall Street, truckloads of cash and weapons for Israel, and paying for all these wars across the globe, and you Americans better stop whining and complaining and get with the program, dammit!" -- Official White Horse Souse

Apr 09 10:21

Conspiracy Theorist Arrested After Calling Sandy Hook Shooting “Fake”

While Rogalski’s behavior was idiotic and his remarks will undoubtedly be offensive to many, the claim that the phone calls were “threatening” in nature is up for debate.

Apr 09 10:20

Video shows 9 months pregnant, handcuffed woman punched by Texas police

A Texas woman has accused a cop of beating her when she was 38 weeks pregnant. Thanks to a surveillance system in her parents’ home, a video has been published online that appears to prove her allegations. An investigation is under way.

The Hunt County sheriff’s deputy has been identified as one of several officers who stood in the woman’s home in Quinlan on the evening of March 4. Two officers can be seen keeping Deanna Robinson in the corner of her kitchen, next to the counter, restraining her, as her 18-month-old toddler watched.

Next, the deputy can clearly be seen taking at least two quick punches at Robinson, who wouldn’t stop yelling. This was after she shouted, “I’m pregnant.” She was handcuffed during this, she told the attorney’s office on Monday, according to WFAA.

Apr 09 10:20

Coal Companies Are Selling Coal To Themselves To Get More Government Subsidies

In what is being described as a fundamental shift in how the coal industry does business, over 40 percent of all coal produced in Wyoming is now being first sold not to a power plant or a utility, but to a subsidiary of the same company that mined the coal — a 17-fold increase since 2004 for the U.S.’s largest coal-producing state.

According to a new report by the Center for American Progress, these inside deals between coal companies and their own subsidiaries (known as “captive transactions”) are aimed, in part, at intentionally dodging federal and state royalty payments and maximizing taxpayer-funded subsidies from the U.S. Department of the Interior.

Apr 09 09:52

GoFundMe Rejects Fund Campaign for SC Cop Who Fatally Shot Walter Scott

A campaign to raise funds for North Charleston, South Carolina police officer Michael T. Slager, who was charged with murder in the shooting death of an unarmed black man during a routine stop, has been blocked by crowdfunding site GoFundMe.

Apr 09 09:46

Obama to Consider Putting One of these 4 Women on $20 Bill

The face of the US $20 bill may be about to change in a big way.
Liberals have long decried Democratic President Andrew Jackson’s face decorating the $20 bill. They point to his role in the forced removal and genocide of the American Indian tribes as one reason among many for despising him. While Liberal hatred for one of the most important Democrats in American history is nothing new, the campaign to replace him on US currency is heating up.

Apr 09 09:45

Shark fin trade on the decline as demand in Asia falls

Sharks are our seniors by about 450 million years. Yet in the last half century we’ve depleted some populations by 90 percent.

Apr 09 09:41

72% of Brits concerned about online privacy since Snowden leaks

New research suggests nearly three quarters of British adults are worried about the distribution of their personal information online, with concerns including hackers and unauthorized access to data.

Apr 09 09:39

4 Ways Big Pharma Continues to Lose Credibility

When you visit the websites for leading pharmaceutical companies such as Pfizer and Novartis, you’ll find mission statements that will feed you with inspiring goals such as “improve health and well-being,” “provide access to safe, effective and affordable medicines,” and “to prevent and cure diseases, to ease suffering and to enhance the quality of life.”

Who still believes this? Let’s keep it straight: major pharmaceutical companies are in the business of dealing drugs and making money. Here’s some food for thought that might make you question the credibility of pharmaceutical companies.

The Biggest Drug Pushers in the US

Apr 09 09:38

Arctic Sea Ice Rapidly Recovering

The extent of Arctic sea ice has returned to stable 2005/2006 levels

Apr 09 09:37

Arctic Expands To Michigan

Apr 09 09:36

Corporate Media: Cash Is Dirty, We Must Ban It

Apr 09 09:31

Louisiana Bans Cash Transactions on Used Goods!

The State of Louisiana has just passed new legislation BANNING cash transactions for used goods, mandating that any purchase be made via check, electronic transfers, or money order issued to the seller.

The draconian new law also requires all transactions to provide the State documentation of a description of the goods sold, and the client’s personal information including name, address, driver’s license number and the license plate number!

Apr 09 09:31

Police suspicious that London power outage over Easter was cover for £200m heist

Last Wednesday's blaze in Holborn, which knocked out power and internet access across London, could have been sparked by thieves pulling a daring heist to pocket £200m in precious stones and metals.
"I think that probably was deliberate," John O’Connor, former head of Scotland Yard's Flying Squadtold capital radio station LBC.

Apr 09 09:30

University of Michigan Coach Harbaugh to Screen “American Sniper”

University of Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh announced that his team will hold a screening of “American Sniper” after the university pulled it after some students complained the film is anti-Muslim and that Chris Kyle was a murderer.

Apr 09 09:28

Ukraine “Disappears” Opponents of the Kiev Regime. Abductions of Independent Journalists

In Odessa — the same city where the Ukrainian civil war started on 2 May 2014 with a massacre of opponents that had been carefully planned by a team connected to the U.S. White House — there are reported to be two bloggers for the “Voice of Odessa” political site who were seized by the Security Bureau of Ukraine on April 7th, and whose “whereabouts are unknown.” This report appeared in the local Odessa News.

The “Voice of Odessa” site was formed right after the massacre, in order to get an independent investigation and prosecution of the perpetrators of that massacre, in which officially 46 people were burned, shot and clubbed to death, but unofficial estimates run over 200, all victims who have not been heard from since, and some of whom had allegedly even been abducted from hospitals after the massacre.

Apr 09 09:26

Gawker: It’s Time to Imprison Global Warming Heretics

Over at Gawker, Adam Weinstein is making the argument that making an argument against the conventional wisdom that global warming exists and is caused by our behavior should be enough to land someone in prison.

He calls us “climate change deniers” which is ridiculous. Everyone knows the climate changes. What I deny is the story about how our carbon footprint is causing the ice caps to melt and the earth to heat up like it’s in a microwave oven.

What I deny is the narrative that the science is indeed conclusive on this subject, which it clearly is not.

What I deny is the necessity to regulate carbon, the basic building block of everything on the planet.

What I deny is the creation of an unelected global board which will basically dictate what every country can develop or manufacture or grow on it’s own soil.

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Apr 09 09:24

California Lawmakers Press On With New Vaccination Bill which will require that all school-aged children in the state receive vaccinations.

On Wednesday, lawmakers in California have pushed forward a new bill which will require that all school-aged children in the state receive vaccinations. The measure is quite likely a result of urging of both parents and doctors, as well as activist Robert Kennedy, Jr.

Apr 09 09:22

‘Dangerous process’: Russia warns against US, NATO military instructors in Ukraine

A top Russian diplomat has promised that his country would push for removal of all foreign military specialists and illegal paramilitary groups from Ukrainian territory after US confirmed its plans to send about 300 instructors to train pro-Kiev troops.

Moscow is urging the removal of all foreign military formations from Ukraine, including the instructors from the United States and NATO, Deputy Foreign Minister Grigory Karasin said in an interview with the Rossiiskaya Gazeta daily.

“We know that hundreds of US and NATO servicemen are planning to come to Ukraine to train the National Guard. The training camps are being set up not only in western Ukraine, but also in other parts of the country. This is a dangerous process. We would push for all foreign and illegal military units to be removed from Ukraine,” Karasin said.

Apr 09 09:19

Diego Garcia: UK stalls release of CIA black site ‘torture flight’ records

The UK government continues to delay the publication of flight records which could prove the British overseas territory of Diego Garcia was used by the CIA for “torture flights,” a human rights NGO has said.

Reprieve, which advocates for prisoners’ human rights in Guantanamo and elsewhere, said the UK government admitted in 2008 that Diego Garcia, a British territory in the Indian Ocean, was used by two CIA rendition jets carrying prisoners in 2002.

Apr 09 09:19

Avoid Becoming a Patsy like Dzhokar Tsarnaev

by Henry Makow, Ph.D.

Modern life presents some unique challenges. STD's. Student loans. Gender bending etc. None is greater than the danger of becoming a patsy. This short article shows you how to avoid becoming the target of a massive, televised manhunt, and being vilified and butchered in the process.

Apr 09 09:16

Iran's Khamenei accuses Saudi Arabia of genocide over Yemen airstrikes

Iran’s Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, has attacked the air strikes by the Saudi-led coalition against Houthi rebels in Yemen, saying the operation which has caused civilian deaths amounts to genocide.

“The aggression by Saudi Arabia against Yemen and its innocent people was a mistake,” Khamenei said in a speech on Iranian TV. “This is a crime and genocide that can be prosecuted in the international courts.”

Apr 09 09:11

I guess I am not the only person questioing the official story about the GHermanwings crash!

Apr 09 09:01

Civil Rights Attorney: Shooting of Unarmed African-Americans not Uncommon

Investigative Journalist Stephen Janis discusses the shooting of unarmed man by a North Charleston police officer with civil rights attorney A. Dwight Pettit and its implications for police accountability in Maryland.

Apr 09 09:01

Rural Activists Destroy GMO Lab in Brazil

Apr 09 08:59

When everything is a crime

In 2007, professor Tim Wu of Columbia Law School recounted a game played by some prosecutors. One would name a famous person — “say, Mother Teresa or John Lennon” — and other prosecutors would try to imagine “a plausible crime for which to indict him or her,” usually a felony plucked from “the incredibly broad yet obscure crimes that populate the U.S. Code like a kind of jurisprudential minefield.” Did the person make “false pretenses on the high seas”? Is he guilty of “injuring a mailbag”?

Apr 09 08:58

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's mother insists on son's innocence amid guilty verdict

Following the news that her son Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was found guilty on 30 charges relating to the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing, Zubeidat Tsarnaeva affirmed her belief in her son’s innocence and call the American authorities “terrorists”, Vocativ have found.

“Tell everyone that I will never forget their support. May the creator bless them all for their support of my precious boy,” reads a note, which was given to Vocativ by a friend who received it via a text messaging app. It was also posted to the group “Help for Dzhokhar” on the Russian social networking site VKontakte.

“America is the terrorist and everyone knows it!” it continues. “My son is the best of the best. I embrace everyone and thank you!”

Apr 09 08:58

FLASHBACK 2009 - Selling ObamaCare Like Selling Hot Dogs

President Obama is trying desperately to sell his healthcare program to the nation. His latest stunt is a staged photo op at the White House Rose Garden with 150 doctors in tow from the 50 states. How would the people know that these men were doctors? “Doctors attending the event were instructed to show up in white lab coats to give observers the feeling that doctors stand behind the President’s health care plans.” But some did not show up with their white lab coats. They came dressed like stock brokers. No problem. Obama’s people were prepared with an assortment of white coats of their own. A medicinal sea of white served as a backdrop for the president’s propaganda push.

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Remember what I said about how the white lab coat has replaced a priests robes in convincing you to do what the rulers want you to do?

Apr 09 08:54

Israel Has Spied On American Citizens for Decades

The NSA considers Israel one of America’s top spying threats. Israeli spying on America is so rampant that U.S. officials have labeled it “alarming, even terrifying”.

Apr 09 08:52

I Don't Care

I. Don't. Care.

These three magic words could end so many arguments.

Most appeals in the name of “social justice” rely on an underlying assumption of universal altruism. They assume that you care if something bad happens to anyone, anywhere, and advise you to take some sort of action to ease or prevent their suffering.

People react by questioning whether or not that stranger, somewhere, is really suffering, or if they are suffering any more than anyone else. They examine the circumstances of the alleged suffering and the motives of the people bringing the alleged suffering to light.

They argue about the details and the proportion of the suffering and point out their own allegedly comparable suffering, or the suffering of some person or people who are allegedly suffering more.

Once you’re arguing, they’ve already got you.

Apr 09 08:47

TSA officials: Pittsford man arrested with three handguns at Rochester airport

Erdle was charged with third-degree criminal possession of a weapon for having an unloaded handgun that was not on his pistol permit.

Apr 09 08:47

Police: Call about situation on Park Avenue a hoax

People all along Park Avenue watched as several dozen members of the SWAT team raided the home with guns drawn. The crisis negotiations team, bomb team unit and K-9 units were all called in. They searched the building and didn't find anything, only some people who live there who had no idea what was going on. As we reported, this it was all a hoax.

Apr 09 08:46

'America is the real terrorist and my boys are the best': Boston Marathon bombers' defiant mother rails against Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's guilty verdict in bizarre rant as he faces death penalty

The 21-year-old Tsarnaev was found guilty by a Boston jury this morning of all 30 counts - 17 of them carrying the death penalty - in connection to the deadly 2013 attacks.

But the bomber's mother, Zubeidat Tsarnaev, continued asserting Dzhokhar and his late brother Tamerlan's innocence.

Apr 09 08:45

All of veteran's guns seized after false allegation

Rick Bailey, 56, is a disabled retired software-systems engineer who has slowly accrued a collection of 28 firearms, with an estimated worth of about $25,000. The collection was seized after a neighbor claimed Bailey threatened to shoot him, an accusation Bailey calls “bullsh-t.”

The dispute between the neighbors started several months ago regarding dump trucks used in a landscaping business. Bailey said his neighbor would park two “large, smelly” dump trucks in the small cul-de-sac where they reside.

Eventually, Bailey filed a complaint with the city to remove the dump trucks and other work-related vehicles from the private residential area. Although initially the neighbor complied, Bailey said he would sometimes bring the dump trucks back on weekends when the city was closed, “just to irritate us.”

Apr 09 08:44

Russian PM offers Thailand free trade zone with Eurasian Economic Union

Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has suggested Thailand considers creating a free trade zone with the Eurasian Economic Union.

Apr 09 08:43

After Oil Dropped: Saudis to Borrow for First Time in More Than Decade

Plummeting oil prices mean that Saudi Arabia - for the first time in 15 years - will have to post a deficit and enter the debt market, according to a leading financial research firm.

Apr 09 08:43

2 Army contractors injured during Makua explosion

Two military contractors were injured by ordnance that exploded at Makua Military Reservation.

Honolulu Fire Department spokesman Capt. David Jenkins says two men were taken by helicopter to Queen's Medical Center after ordnance exploded Monday at the firing range.

Jenkins says the men have severe injuries.

The Army says the two civilian men are ground maintenance contractors. The Army says they were injured after encountering apparent unexploded ordnance.

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That's a big problem here in the islands, but don't tell the tourists! :)

Apr 09 08:34

JUST WHAT IS ISRAEL ‘KVETCHING’ ABOUT?

Everything you want to know about the Iranian nuclear deal

Apr 09 08:31

Solving a Water Crisis With Technology

by Brian Berletic

While the debate rages over what to do about the water shortage in California, some people have begun to explore some more practical measures to take it on all on their their own. In addition to temporarily conserving water, some people have begun thinking of alternatives to the municipal water grid altogether, and how these alternatives can provide them the water they need...

Apr 09 08:28

The Most Whiney, Thin-Skinned, Easily Offended Society In The History Of The World

I truly believe that we are the most whiney, sensitive, thin-skinned, easily offended society in the history of the world.

Nobody has ever been as prolific at getting offended as we are.

Nobody cries over insignificant nonsense as loudly and consistently as us.

It’s the one thing we seem to do better than everyone else on the planet. We corner the Offended Market, and it’s not even close. Modern Americans love to get offended more than we love eating Cinnabon or talking about our fitness goals. If it was an Olympic sport, we’d grab the gold, silver, and bronze every year. If it was a job, we’d all be millionaires. In fact, we have turned it into a job, and the people who do it professionally are millionaires (Al Sharpton, etc). It is our calling card, our national pastime. It is the battle we fight and the banner we wave.

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I am offended by that! :)

Seriously, we have too many people in this nation whose entire sense of self-worth is that they can always find something to be offended about. It makes them feel superior. It makes them feel important. It makes them feel they have some control over their otherwise powerless existence. Such people will defend their constant complaining by saying they have a First Amendment right to scream that they are offended by ... everything, and they are right.

I also have a First Amendment right to totally ignore such wastes of planetary oxygen.

Apr 09 08:25

“Greater Israel”: The Zionist Plan for the Middle East

According to the founding father of Zionism Theodore Herzl, “the area of the Jewish State stretches: “From the Brook of Egypt to the Euphrates.” According to Rabbi Fischmann, “The Promised Land extends from the River of Egypt up to the Euphrates, it includes parts of Syria and Lebanon.”

When viewed in the current context, the war on Iraq, the 2006 war on Lebanon, the 2011 war on Libya, the ongoing war on Syria, not to mention the process of regime change in Egypt, must be understood in relation to the Zionist Plan for the Middle East. The latter consists in weakening and eventually fracturing neighboring Arab states as part of an Israeli expansionist project.

“Greater Israel” consists in an area extending from the Nile Valley to the Euphrates.

Apr 09 08:24

$8.5mn Worth Gold Stolen From Canadian Mine In Mexico

The Canadian mining McEwen Mining was the victim on Tuesday, a spectacular robbery at one of its mines in Mexico which criminals appropriated 7,000 ounces of gold worth $ 8.5 million, according to the company.

http://whatisusa.info/8-5mn-worth-gold-stolen-from-canadian-mine-in-me...

Apr 09 08:17

Icebound: 10-15 ships stranded in frozen Lake Superior

Harsh spring weather has caused up to 15 American and Canadian ships to become stranded in ice-covered Lake Superior, with coastguards working on a rescue operation. One of the freighters has been damaged by the crushing grip of the ice.

Apr 09 08:08

Day 51 – The True Story of Waco

A 1995 expose, featuring Ted Nugent, about the 1993 massacre of the Branch Davidians at their Waco, Texas church.

Apr 09 08:05

American Cops 25 Times more Likely to Shoot Whites than Any Other Race

Cops are 25 times less likely to shoot unarmed blacks than whites or Hispanics, according to a little-known study which makes the South Carolina police shooting of an unarmed, fleeing black man even more egregious than before, if that’s even possible.

The study by Washington State University-Spokane, which barely received any news coverage, found that police were more likely to hesitate when shooting a black suspect due to “real-world concern over discipline, liability or public disapproval.”

Apr 09 08:01

Rima E. Laibow: "Vaccines Are A Complete Fraud. Don't Poison Your Child!"

Apr 09 08:00

Israeli Arab MK: World ignoring ISIS massacre of Palestinians

Israeli lawmaker Ahmed Tibi called the takeover by the Islamic State of the Yarmouk Palestinian refugee camp “a crime against humanity" on Monday.

Tibi, a member of the Arab Joint List party, said the international community, and Arab countries specifically, bear responsibility for allowing the violence in Yarmouk to occur.

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But ISIS never attacks Israelis. Something to wonder about!

Apr 09 08:00

Dr David Duke & Adrian Salbuchi on Argentina TV

An incredible interview of Dr. David Duke on Buenos Aires Television with Adrian Salbuchi on why those who really believe in human rights, Gentiles and Jews alike, should stand up for the Palestinian people and against the Zio racism and extremism that afflicts not only Palestine but so much of Western media, finance and politics!

Apr 09 07:59

Head of London-listed company linked to illegal clearing of Peru rainforest

The CEO of a company listed on the London Stock Exchange, that aims to become the world’s largest producer of cocoa, is responsible for illegally clearing swathes of rainforest in the Peruvian Amazon, according to a report by the Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA).

The website for the Cayman Islands-based company, United Cacao, implies the company could be a force for positive change in the chocolate business, mostly produced in West Africa, stating that it “seeks to provide a clear path forward for ethically-produced cacao to the world marketplace”.

But the EIA investigation alleges the company’s founder and CEO, Dennis Melka, has illegally deforested about 7,000 hectares (17,300 acres) of mostly primary rainforest. It says he is looking to expand his agricultural plantations by acquiring 450 units of rural private property in the Amazon, in addition to requesting at least 96,192 additional hectares of public land from the Peruvian government.

Apr 09 07:58

B.C. moves to eliminate court trials for traffic violations

The B.C. government is shifting traffic violations out of court in a move lawyers fear strips motorists of constitutional rights.

The Liberals are implementing amendments passed with no fanfare in 2012 to establish a new process for handling offences under the Motor Vehicle Act, similar to the paradigm shift made dealing with drunk drivers in 2010 when most impaired charges and trials were eliminated with a heavy-handed Immediate Roadside Prohibition (IRP) regime.

The Ministry of Justice and Public Safety confirmed Tuesday that a two-stage rollout is planned to shift MVA violations from the criminal system.

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Apr 09 07:57

Big Pharma generates $77.5 billion in revenue for every $1 million they give to corrupt politicians

In American politics, money equals speech, so it stands to reason that a lot of money equals a lot of speech

Apr 09 07:52

Diane Ablonczy Uses Air Quotes While Discussing 'Rule Of Law,' Bill C-51

Ablonczy used air quotes with her fingers when she mentioned "rule of law" and "principles of fundamental justice."

We can't help but wonder where we've seen that gesture before ...

Apr 09 07:51

Nine in 10 GPs say no to seven day opening

Following a Tory pledge to offer all patients access to GPs seven days a week, 94 per cent of GPs reject the idea of their own surgery operating such hours, a mass poll finds

Apr 09 07:50

United Arab Forces? A wish Al-Sisi may come to regret

In a recent interview with Daily News Egypt Libyan Minister of Media, Culture and Antiquities Omar El Gawairi said that “supporting the Libyan army” is the only solution to get out of the current crisis in Libya, continuing that “we’ll push for joint Arab defence… [it is] one of the most important steps” to be stressed upon in the upcoming summit.

But at a time when the Arab world is wracked by even more division, void and turmoil than usual, the possibility of nations lining up under one uniform is far from a straightforward affair.

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Al-Sisi, who first let out the call for a united Arab force(in Yemen), may have to bite the bullet: forget the idea altogether or sign-up to an intervention that could see him working alongside Brotherhood offshoots, the very groups that he claims to want the help of a united Arab Force to fight against.

Apr 09 07:43

“No no no no no no no no: Listen!” He-man Rand Paul lectures a lady — again

We saw the best of Sen. Rand Paul Tuesday afternoon as he announced his presidential candidacy: thoughtful, in control, strong on civil liberties. We quickly saw the worst of him again: Mansplaining Randy Paul showed up on the Today Show Wednesday morning, lecturing Savannah Guthrie on how to do her job and otherwise being contentious and contemptuous.

Apr 09 07:40

Dean Clifford - Finally Free After 16 Months in Jail

Dean Clifford has been part of the Freeman on the Land/Sovereign Movement for over a decade, a mission that has led him to unravel the legal system and inform himself about government policy enforcement. In standing up for his rights and exposing corruption, Dean has attracted a great deal of attention from the Canadian government and law enforcement, resulting in several arrests, dozens of bogus charges, and most recently the unlawful kidnapping and forced confinement for 16 months in a Manitoba jail for charges of which he remains unconvicted. Dean returns to Red Ice for a special extended segment to discuss his imprisonment, the circumstances surrounding the pending charges, and the indignities and injustices bestowed upon him in the name of Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Canada.

Apr 09 07:39

Pentagon steps up special ops monitoring of social media sites

U.S. military special operations forces are elite commandos who are sent on high-risk, high-reward missions all over the world, on a regular basis. As such, they have increasingly turned to a method of open-source intelligence collection that is becoming vital to the success of their missions: The monitoring of social media and other Internet-based outlets that can provide crucial information and data.

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Dear US Government. I hate to be the one to break this to you, but people lie on social media, especially if they are trying to impress a potential date! People exaggerate what they are doing. They take pictures of other peoples' expensive cars and claim them as their own. They post years-old selfies and claim they are current. Social media is not and never was a reliable source of hard intelligence about anyone. You have spent billions of dollars and violated the Fourth Amendment to build a search engine into the populations' self-indulgent fantasies.

Apr 09 07:38

Is Wall Street in fear of a recession?

Apr 09 07:37

Indiana and the Fake Right and Left

Five years ago, Rand Paul, who at the time was running for his Kentucky Senate seat, created a minor controversy when he applied the rules of liberalism consistently and fairly. Asked about his thoughts on Title II of the 1964 Civil Right Act, which criminalizes “discrimination” by private businesses on the basis of race, Paul said what every libertarian should say. In essence, much as an individual has the right to think and say what he wants, he also has the right to engage in whatever economic activity he wants with whomever he wants.

Apr 09 07:36

Gay orgies and 'murder' scandals engulf Vatican

The Vatican has been embroiled in two separate, highly embarrassing, scandals.

In one, a north Italian priest has been removed from office after allegations emerged that he had been surfing the internet to find gay lovers and had been involved in gay orgies.

The other, which has generated – if possible – even more lurid press coverage in Italy, alleges a priest in the south of the country is under investigation on suspicion of murdering one of his parishioners.

Father Gratien Alabi, from the Democratic Republic of Congo, is under investigation for murder following the discovery of female bones under the flagstones of an ancient mountain chapel.

Apr 09 07:35

License to Kill

As empires collapse, they turn inward, and subject their own populations to the same ill treatment to which they subjected others. Here, America is unexceptional: the number of Americans being murdered by their own police, with minimal repercussions for those doing the killing, is quite stunning. When Americans wonder who their enemy really is, they need look no further.

Apr 09 07:33

HP drops out of the public cloud storm

HP has invested billions in its cloud offerings. Now, out of the blue sky, HP is leaving the public cloud business behind.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

In this era of massive spying on our business secrets (and John Oliver's dick) nobody trusts the cloud for data storage. Nor should they. This is another way in which the tyrannical policies of Washington DC has slammed an already crippled economy.

Apr 09 07:27

Flush hour! Water main bursts and sends huge dirty brown deluge raining down onto New York subway tunnel

A water main break in New York City caused evening commute hysteria Wednesday as a surge of brown water poured into a West Village subway tunnel sending travelers scrambling for cover and a different route home.

The 12-inch water main broke around 6:45pm at 13th Street and Seventh Avenue in Manhattan, reports CBS New York, shutting down three train lines in both directions.

Apr 09 07:25

Why You Should Not Vote For Rand Paul In 2016

Apr 09 07:24

Canadian jets conduct first operation in Syria

The aerial attack was conducted by two Canadian CF-18 Hornet fighter jets, with precision guided munitions. The target was said to be a former Syrian military installation near Raqqa, which lies 440 kilometers (273 miles) northeast of the Syrian capital, Damascus, and which had been taken over by ISIL extremists.

A total of 10 coalition aircraft, including six from the United States, were involved in the strike, according to Canada’s Department of National Defense.

“The CAF’s first airstrike against ISIL in Syria has been successfully completed,” Canada’s Chief of the Defense Staff General Tom Lawson said.

Apr 09 07:23

Pakistan parliament opposed to involvement in Yemen war

Since Monday, the legislators have been discussing Riyadh’s request from Islamabad to contribute ships, aircraft, and troops to the warfare. In the face of the two countries’ strong alliance, the Pakistani parliament has overwhelmingly rejected the idea of military intervention in Yemen, with lawmakers saying they do not see the impoverished Arab Peninsula nation as a threat to the integrity of Saudi Arabia.

“The Yemen war is not our war...Our advice to the government is that the army should not go,” said opposition member of parliament Shireen Mazari on Wednesday, adding, “As Muslims, we are duty-bound to counter any threat to holy shrines but there is no such threat today.”

Opposition Senator Tahir Hussain Mashadi said the “aggressors” were the Saudis and the victims were the Yemenis. “Now the aggressors are asking another sovereign state, Pakistan, to come to provide military aid to Saudi Arabia.”

Apr 09 07:23

Greece urges halt to Western sanctions against Russia

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has criticized the sanctions against Russia, urging an end to the measures taken by the West over the crisis in Ukraine.

“To get out of this profound crisis we need to leave behind this vicious cycle of sanctions,” Tsipras said following talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow on Wednesday.

Moscow has been targeted by a series of sanctions imposed by the United States and the European Union over allegations of having a role in the conflict in eastern Ukraine. The Kremlin says the accusation is “groundless.”

In a tit-for-tat move, Russia has also enforced restrictions on certain food imports from the United States, the EU, Canada, Australia and Norway.

Apr 09 07:22

11 civilians, 2 soldiers killed in Egypt’s North Sinai

A residential area south of Sheikh Zuweid town in North Sinai was hit by mortar fire on Wednesday, killing nine civilians, said the officials.

They added that two more civilians were killed as a missile hit a house in a village in North Sinai.

The officials, speaking on condition of anonymity, added that two soldiers died in the provincial capital el-Arish as an explosive device went off while their vehicle was driving by.

Apr 09 07:22

Australia: Refugees in Indefinite Detention, Endless Incarceration

Daniel Flitton, senior correspondent for The Age, sees the lack of interest in Australia’s novel approach to indefinite detention for refugees as unfathomable. Concerns about metadata retention, and the elasticity of surveillance powers, may have been registered on the Australian pulse, but “People don’t much care that in Australia a confidential judgment by ASIO has condemned more than 30 people to endless incarceration.”[1]

Apr 09 07:20

Freedom Rider: Why Al-Shabaab Kills

On April 2, 2015, Al-Shabaab fighters stormed a university located in Garissa, Kenya, and killed 147 people. Survivors report that Muslims were separated from non-Muslims, and non-Muslim students and staff were summarily executed. In 2013 Al-Shabaab attacked a shopping mall in Nairobi under the same circumstances and killed 67 people. In 2015 as in 2013, the group immediately claimed responsibility and made their rationale clear. In an online statement Al-Shabaab repeated that it seeks revenge for the destruction of Somalia by the United States and its allies.

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Okay, since we know the mall attack was a false flag, that tells us that Al-Shabaab is another front group for intelligence agencies to cause trouble justifying military intervention into another nation.

The above image was taken in the aftermath of the mall attack. Note how the stain on the back of the jacket has separated into a clear liquid as it spreads through the fabric, leaving the red pigment behind, indicating the blood is fake. In addition, had this man actually been shot where the marks on the jacket suggest, he would likely be dead from fragments of scapula driven into his lungs and spinal damage. Certainly he would be in no condition to walk.

Apr 09 07:20

AE911 Truth founder Richard Gage kicks off month long European tour with lecture in Reykjavik, Iceland April 11

In a few days, Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth founder and 28-year professional architect Richard Gage, AIA, embarks on an intensive month-long speaking tour that is designed to illuminate Europeans on the facts of the destruction of the three World Trade Center skyscrapers on September 11, 2001.

Armed with unbiased expert analysis and eyewitness testimony, Gage exposes major flaws in the official 9/11 narrative, upon which a dubious perpetual war on terror and erosion of civil liberties across the globe has been predicated. Mounting death tolls, stratospheric military spending, and widespread government insolvency are prompting citizens of all countries to call for a closer examination of the evidence of the catastrophic events of 9/11 — events that have been the impetus for these planet-wide ills.

Apr 09 07:13

Jailed for Charging a Cell Phone? 7 Cruelest Instances of Class Warfare in America

There's a scene in the 1935 film adaptation of Charles Dickens’ novel A Tale of Two Cities in which a horse-drawn carriage transporting a hated aristocrat runs over and kills a peasant child—and instead of expressing any remorse over the boy’s death, he's worried that the boy might have injured his horse. It’s a powerful scene that speaks volumes about class oppression and the indifference that the 1% can have for the suffering of the poor. History has a painful way of repeating itself, and in 2015, it is open season on the working class and the poor in the United States. After the crash of September 2008—which brought about the U.S.’ worst economic crisis since the Great Depression of the 1930s—the American working class desperately needed a vigorous New Deal 2.0. Instead, the Great Recession has brought us bank bailouts, corporate welfare, megabank mergers, deepening inequality, the U.S.

Apr 09 07:08

Pakistan court says former CIA station chief will face charges over drone strike

The former head of the CIA in Pakistan should be tried for murder and waging war against the country, a high court judge ruled on Tuesday.

Criminal charges against Jonathan Banks, the former CIA station chief in Islamabad, were ordered in relation to a December 2009 attack by a US drone which reportedly killed at least three people.

Justice Shaukat Aziz Siddiqui of the Islamabad high court also ruled charges should be brought against John A Rizzo, formerly the top CIA lawyer who gave the legal green light for drone strikes.

Banks’s name was first dragged into the public domain in 2010 when a tribesman called Karim Khan began legal action against the supposedly undercover spy chief over an attack by an unmanned aircraft on his home in North Waziristan which he said killed his brother and son.

The extraordinary unmasking of a sitting station chief forced Banks to quit his post and leave the country.

Apr 09 07:07

Supreme Leader Warns of Hurdles to Nuclear Deal

Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei warned that there is "no guarantee" of a final deal on the country’s nuclear program. Earlier in the day, President Hassan Rouhani also stated that Iran would not sign a final deal unless sanctions were lifted on the first day of implementation.

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This is perfectly reasonable for Iran to ask for, given how the United States broke their commitment to easing sanctions on the Preliminary P5+1 deal, and clear indications that Israel's whores in the US Congress are planning to add even more sanctions.

Apr 09 07:06

DHS Admits Boston Training Drill Involving Backpack Explosives Planned Months Before Marathon

training exercises centered around a fictitious terrorist group called ‘Free America Citizens’, a group that would plant backpacks full of explosives

Apr 09 07:03

Minister vows speedy solution to rescue farm produce

Agriculture Minister Akram Chehayeb has pledged to find an immediate solution to rescue farm produce after several Lebanese trucks were stranded along the Syria-Jordan border.

“First thing [Thursday], I will contact Jordanian and Saudi Arabian authorities to discuss the situation along the land crossings, the safety of drivers and the fate of the stranded trucks carrying agricultural products as well as the cost of transporting these products,” Chehayeb told local daily As-Safir.

“We must find a solution to this crisis within three days before the farm produce spoil,” he vowed.

Apr 09 07:03

Perpetual war is the only valid explanation

Daily Pickings previously referenced Israel's Yinon plan for creating division and conflict across the Middle East to ensure Israel's supremacy. Israeli citizens, holding dual (Israel/US) nationality, are driving policy in Washington and the Pentagon.

The Pentagon Plan to ‘Divide and Rule’ the Muslim World by Nafeez Ahmed
Yemen is the latest casualty of a neoconservative strategy commissioned by the US Army to ‘capitalise on Sunni-Shia conflict’ in the Middle East - the goal is nothing short of ‘Western dominance’

The war on Yemen appears to have been choreographed, by encouraging the Houthis to oust the former regime, with the express intention of creating conflict. It is a pattern which repeats time and time again, most recently with the creation and support of Islamic State (IS, ISIL, ISIS) by Israel, US and their allies including Saudi Arabia. The outcome will, yet again, be chaos and mayhem.

Apr 09 07:01

Israel to push Congress to pass bill to hamper Iran deal

“Israel will try to persuade congressmen and senators to introduce a clause stipulating that the deal with Iran should be seen as an international treaty requiring Senate ratification and not an agreement.”

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Attention America: Gaze on the Congress, which is supposed to represent the American people in the operation of the US Government, but which has allowed this nation to rot in their devotion to a foreign power and now openly violates the Logan Act as they carry out their true master's command to undermine the Office of the Presidency. All voters should remember this sordid spectacle next year during the elections. Senator Tom Cotton demands the President act to protect the United States. I concur. The President should arrest all of Israel's supporters who have subverted this nation to the will of Israel and toss them in prison, in accordance with the provisions of the Logan Act.

Apr 09 06:59

CNN covers up government plan to put Ebola patients in U.S. hotels

‘The Ebola outbreak in West Africa has long since disappeared from the radars of the world’s news media, with coverage falling off dramatically from its peak last year.

That is especially true in the United States, but that coverage could soon change if a policy being pursued by the federal government’s premier health agency backfires. And as of right now, one mainstream news channel – CNN – may actually be covering up some important details.

Apr 09 06:56

Boston Bombing Flashback -- Uncle: Mentors ‘radicalized’ older Boston bombing suspect

believes his nephews were "puppets and executors" of a scheme designed by others.

Ruslan Tsarni, who lives in Montgomery Village, has been outspoken in his disgust at Monday's bombing, which authorities believe was committed by Tamerlan Tsarnaev and his younger brother Dzhokar.

In the interview with "Today," Tsarni told Savannah Guthrie that he observed a transformation in Tamerlan when he last saw him in 2009.

Apr 09 06:54

All In The Family: Tamerlan’s Uncle Ruslan Married to Daughter of Top CIA Official

Boston Bombing Flashback

Some believe mysterious and absent Misha was Tsarnaev’s FBI handler

Apr 09 06:50

Secret Service Supervisor Put On Leave Amid Sexual Assault Claims

Xavier Morales, a senior Secret Service supervisor, is on leave after being accused of assault. A female employee says her boss made unwanted sexual advances after a party last week. The allegations are another blow to the agency's new leadership, which has been trying to change the culture. Bill Plante reports.

Apr 09 06:49

Tom Cotton: Bombing Iran Would Take “Several Days,” Be Nothing Like Iraq War

Sen. Tom Cotton says bombing Iran’s nuclear facilities would take several days and be nothing like Iraq War.

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Here's your rifle, Tom...

Apr 09 06:45

$45 Billion in Tax Dollars Goes Missing in Afghanistan

Hundreds of millions of dollars are missing in action in Afghanistan, and auditors are blaming the Pentagon’s flawed accounting practices for the problem.

A new report from the office of John Sopko, the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR), revealed that there’s virtually no way to know what happened to a large chunk of money the Defense Department spent in Afghanistan before 2010.

Apr 09 06:45

Graphic Video Shows Cops Let K9 Maul Unconscious Man

COWARDLY PIGS

Apr 09 06:38

Iran calls for end to Saudi air campaign, as US warns Tehran over Yemen

Iran's president has called for an end to Saudi-led airstrikes on Houthi rebels in Yemen. This came after the United States warned Tehran against its alleged involvement in the conflict in Yemen.

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