An Israeli human rights group released a video said to show details of how a 17-year-old Palestinian was shot by IDF soldiers. The group claims the teenager posed no danger. RT speaks to the man who has been investigating the case.
The United States Air Force is taking steps to update the Cold War-era B61 nuclear bomb to Mod 12 ? or twelfth iteration ? completing tests with a mock up version of the weapon in Nevada’s Great Basin Desert.
Veteran police officers Kenneth Butler and Neil Franklin discuss a report issued by the Fraternal Order of Police accusing recently fired Chief Batts of ordering police to stand down during looting so protestors would be blamed as the aggressors.
In yet another example of the glaring problem former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has with telling the truth, the 2016 Presidential Candidate has been caught publicly lying about receiving a subpoena for emails connected to the Benghazi terror attack.
The heads of the self-proclaimed Donetsk and Lugansk Republics in eastern Ukraine have asked the United Nations Security Council to establish an international tribunal to investigate and prosecute those responsible for waging civil war in Donbass.
There is more to the story than just training for martial law in states designated as “hostile states” – already a chilling pretext with overtones of greater federal power that could spiral out of control.
The St. Louis area man open carrying, Brian Lewis, stood his ground and defended his constitutional rights while the man filming, Richard Johnson, proceeded to call him names and spout liberal anti-gun talking points.
At a "town hall" meeting in Cabot, Vermont, an angry & defensive Bernie Sanders defends Israel's shameful bombings of Gaza. He then tries to distract and deflect from answer the question by stating that Gaza isn't the only problem in the Middle East, asking the audience if they have heard of ISIS. He later called State Police on six protestors, and clearly has a "me and all the rest of you" attitude that folks outside of VT rarely see.
In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss the Greek referendum results, financial terrorism and bail-in fears induced velocity of money. In the second half, Max interviews Professor Steve Keen about the Greek ‘OXI’ (No) vote and the dictatorship of the ECB.
I find it somewhat amusing how bankers who make billions from financial manipulations have the gall to lecture Greece that they must accept an austerity plan. These are people who fly in private jets (while lecturing us about global warming) and buy mansions far away from the diversity they proclaim to love. These same people dare to lecture the elderly in Greece that they must work into their old age so that these shysters can get their pound of flesh.
Shockingly, fewer than one fifth were able to identify Freedom of Religion as a right under the First, while even fewer, only 10 percent, were able to identify Freedom of the Press and Right to Assembly as guarantees under the Amendment. -- Only a paltry TWO PERCENT were able to identify the Right to Petition as a right under the First Amendment.
The resounding rejection of the bailout referendum by the Greek people has caused shouts of joy across the nation, but will it cause ripples throughout the rest of the eurozone? Peter Schiff, CEO of Euro Pacific Capital, tells Manila Chan about how the ‘No’ vote might be more detrimental to the Greek people than they imagine.
The ONLY way we can put a stop to this divide and conquer plan is to expose racial crimes committed by ALL races as well as to continue to speak out against the real power structure that is hurting all poor Americans.
8 July update from Ms. Erickson: The blank unendorsed note is what Valerie states proves is now a securities fraud instrument good or fake. The prospectus of the trust states it has to be endorsed into the trust. It says to send it in blank and then deposit it into the trust along with the assignment, that never happened and stayed on county records in Long Beach name until Rebecca Dietrich, a Chase employee signed by power of attorney for DBNTC seven years after the trust closed.
Holocaust High Priest by Warren B. Routledge weaves together five compelling and interrelated narratives. The book’s main concern is to present the world’s first unauthorized biography of Elie Wiesel. It shines the light of truth on the mythomaniac who, in the 1970s, transformed the word “holocaust” and made it the brand name of the world’s greatest hoax: the unfounded claim by an extremist segment of World Jewry to the effect that the German government’s wartime policy of territorial transfer of Europe’s Jews out of the Reich was in actuality an “extermination program.”
“A popular government without popular information, or the means of acquiring it, is but a Prologue to a Farce or a Tragedy; or perhaps both. Knowledge will forever govern ignorance. And a people who mean to be their own Governors must arm themselves with the Power that knowledge gives” — James Madison, 1822
A day after filing a complaint against Kansas City police for violating his right to record, Robel Bekele received a call from his boss informing him that the police department had revoked his license to work as a private security officer.
"Now, first of all, I'd like to tell you that on August 25th 1960 -- that was shortly before elections -- Senator Kennedy, who is now the President of the United States, went to New York, and delivered an address to the Zionist Organization of America. In that address, to reduce it to its briefest form, he stated that he would use the armed forces of the United States to preserve the existence of the regime set up in Palestine by the Zionists who are now in occupation of that area."
Considering Viagra, Paxil, Lipitor, Zoloft, Nexium, Zocor, Ambien, Zyrtec, Crestor, Celebrex, Wellbutrin, Flomax, Botox, Cialis, Nasonex or any other drug? Educate yourself before you make your decision. Is the FDA really on your side?
After half a century, the United States and Cuba have announced they will reopen embassies in each other’s capitals and formally re-establish diplomatic relations. Secretary of State John Kerry said he will travel to Havana to open the U.S. Embassy there. In a statement, the Cuban government said relations with the United States cannot be considered normalized until trade sanctions are lifted, the naval base at Guantánamo Bay is returned, and U.S.-backed programs aimed at "subversion and internal destabilization" are halted. But in a letter to Obama on Wednesday, Cuban President Raúl Castro acknowledged much progress has already been made, and confirmed the openings of permanent diplomatic missions later this month. We are joined by Peter Kornbluh, author of "Back Channel to Cuba: The Hidden History of Negotiations Between Washington and Havana."
There is more to the story than just training for martial law in states designated as "hostile states" – already a chilling pretext with overtones of greater federal power that could spiral out of control.
But it seems that it is actually A.I. – artificial intelligence – that is at the helm of an enormous and unprecedented military drill. A scary thought for sure... but what does it really mean?
If analysts are correct, it seems that "JADE" is an acronym for a DARPA-developed A.I. quantum computing technology that produces holographic battlefield simulations and will be in charge of the drill in order to "master the human" domain and predict human response.
With Americans set to celebrate Independence Day this weekend, Mark Dice illustrated that many beachgoers in San Diego don’t even know when the Declaration of Independence was signed or what the 4th of July even represents.
Lee Ann McAdoo breaks down how the Charleston South Carolina church shooting is already being used to push for gun control, then who's funding the racial divide in America and finally David Knight talks with Charl Van Wyk, a man who stopped a church shooting in South Africa with nothing but a .38 Special.
Historic Civic Stadium in Eugene, Oregon has been engulfed in flames. Parts of the stadium grandstands have been burnt away and a giant plume of smoke is visible throughout the city, according to local media reports.
Two prominent thinkers, the ultra-orthodox Rabbi Yaakov Shapiro, and philosopher, jazz artist and ex-Jew Gilad Atzmon, met to discuss hard questions about Judaism, Jewish politics and the meaning of Jewishness. They shared the stage at Theatre 80 in New York City on May 6th, 2015.
A police officer in Federal Heights, CO has pleaded guilty of attempted third-degree assault after a body-cam video emerged of him beating and torturing a restrained suspect while his colleagues looked on.
Despite claims the administration was caught off guard, the White House and four Cabinet departments predicted last year’s surge of at least 60,000 illegal juveniles over the U.S.-Mexico border and expect it to more than double to 127,000 this year, according to an internal document.
A police officer in Federal Heights, CO has pleaded guilty of attempted third-degree assault after video emerged of him beating and literally torturing a restrained suspect while his colleagues looked on.
The Greek and Ukrainian debt crises have highlighted the torment that countries can face when left with no choice but to resort to a bailout from international institutions such as the IMF. With funds conditional on painful austerity measures and governance reforms, the social and political consequences can cut deep. But are these measures always effective, or even benevolent? And can alternatives such as the rising BRICS bank offer a more reasonable solution? Oksana is joined by Paulo Nogueira Batista Jr, executive director at the International Monetary Fund, for the bottom line on these issues.
I question the timing of the release of this Philip K. Dick adaptation. Seriously; people are easily swayed by mere entertainment. (Reefer Madness and the drug war? Top Gun and U.S. Navy recruitment surge?)
Just replace the Nazis with the Russia and the Japan with China. Are Americans being prepared for a possible scenario where the United States loses the next world war?
In Charleston, South Carolina, we speak with Brett Bursey, director of the South Carolina Progressive Network, who calls himself the oldest living Confederate prisoner of war. He says he is still out on bond after he burned the Confederate flag in 1969. Bursey knew Rev. Clementa Pinckney and says, "I feel a responsibility to Clementa to take advantage of the sacrifice he made to challenge the hypocrisy and bigotry" of Governor Nikki Haley and Republican lawmakers who backed voter ID legislation and blocked the expansion of Medicaid eligibility in the state.
While you’re fighting with your neighbors about flags, racism and class, your country is being hijacked. What do you call it when a foreign entity takes over your nation’s policy on food, medicine, taxation, and internet freedom? All this done in semi-secret by bribed politicians and false flags to distract the masses.