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CURRENT EVENTS

Apr 23 08:22

Cops Kill Man for Refusing to ID as He Dropped Off Stray Cat to Animal Shelter, Police Remain Silent

In late December of 2014, Robert Earl Lawrence, 30, in an act of compassion, took a stray cat to the Dothan Animal Shelter. What was a seemingly selfless act of kindness would subsequently end with Lawrence being fatally gunned down by a cop.

Apr 23 08:16

Does Israel's Anti-Boycott Law Muzzle Free Speech?

Gordon has a good reason to be reticent. In mid-April, the Israeli high court largely upheld a 2011 law that makes it a civil offense to call for a boycott of a person or body because of its affiliation to the state of Israel. Now, Gordon and other Israelis have silently distanced themselves from the campaign to boycott, divest from and sanction Israel even as the movement to do so, known as BDS, is gaining steam abroad.
Note: Very similar to "holocau$t deniers" being put in jail. Truth.

Apr 23 08:11

Another American Water Emergency: Utah Municipal Water Supply Tainted by Chemical Spill

In the past couple of years, it seems that one American city after another has faced a water disaster when municipal supplies have become tainted. West Virginia and Ohio both faced water emergencies in 2014.

Now, the city of Nibley, Utah has issued an order to residents not to use the water from their taps due to a foul odor caused by contamination.

Apr 23 08:09

Breaking! US Announces Fake Al-Qaeda Actor Adam (Pearlman) Gadahn Dead

President Barack Obama announced Thursday that a U.S. counterterrorism operation targeting an al Qaeda compound in January accidentally killed two innocent hostages, including one American.

WEBMASTER ADDITION: They made the same claim in 2008.

Apr 23 07:03

HOLOHOAX MAGIC: FITTING 13 STADIUMS INTO 1 GARAGE

You see, we are expected to believe that 1.1 million people (officially and suspiciously reduced from the 4 million that had been claimed for 50 years!) were herded into a "gas chamber" the size of a 3-car garage, then killed by bug-spray (Zyklon B), right under the noses of Red Cross camp inspectors, while inmate soccer games were going on in an adjacent field.

The hard-working killers (or their slaves) then had to enter the poison room (perhaps wearing HazMat suits?), pick up each dead body one at a time, and then feed them one-by-one into a funeral parlor sized oven for cremation. Whatever happened to that famed German efficiency?

Apr 23 06:32

Billionaire prince to give one Bentley to each Saudi pilot for striking Yemen

Billionaire Saudi Prince al-Waleed bin Talal has vowed to give a free Bentley to every Saudi pilot that has taken part in bombardment of Yemen.

According to a Wednesday report by the Daily Mail, late Saudi King Abdullah's nephew pledged to reward each of the 100 pilots a free Bentley, a British luxury automobile.

Apr 23 06:19

9-11 Truth Hits Holland

Richard Gage's successful visit to Holland on April 16-17 was the first in a series of 9-11 Truth events to hit Holland this spring.

Apr 23 05:57

Ex-CIA chief will be sentenced for leaking military secrets

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Former CIA Director David Petraeus, whose career was destroyed by an extramarital affair with his biographer, was expected to be sentenced Thursday in federal court in Charlotte for giving her classified material while she was working on the book.

Petraeus will appear at the sentencing, which comes two months after he agreed to plead guilty to a misdemeanor count of unauthorized removal and retention of classified material.

The plea agreement carries a possible sentence of up to a year in prison. In court papers, prosecutors recommended two years of probation and a $40,000 fine. But the judge is not bound by that and could still impose a prison sentence.

The agreement was filed in Charlotte, where Paula Broadwell, the general's biographer and former lover, lives with her husband and children.

Apr 22 21:59

Saudi Arabia’s Disastrous War in Yemen

In what has been three decades of ill-advised wars in the Middle East, Saudi Arabia’s war in Yemen may be the most ill-advised of them all. “Operation Decisive Storm,” the ironic name for Saudi Arabia’s aerial campaign in Yemen, has led to nothing decisive in Yemen beyond ensuring that the country remains a failed state and fertile ground for organizations like al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP). Long before the commencement of “Operation Decisive Storm,” Yemen, the poorest country in the Middle East, was grappling with a host of problems ranging from severe water shortages, food insecurity, and a moribund economy, to a long running multi-front insurgency. Saudi Arabia’s war in Yemen has exacerbated all of these problems and could well be the coup de grace for a unified and relatively stable Yemen.

Apr 22 21:51

Sanders Tries to Slam Brakes on Fast Track

In what is being heralded as a "brave tactic," Senator Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) on Wednesday temporarily blocked lawmakers from rushing through legislation that would allow the Obama administration to "Fast Track" the controversial and highly secretive Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement.

Apr 22 19:48

From Vietnam to ISIS: Canada needs to apologize

As Canadians pat themselves on the back for taking in Vietnamese refugees at the end of the 1970s, it is perhaps an appropriate time for Canada to apologize to the Vietnamese people for our collective role in creating the refugee flow in the first place.

Canada played a significant role in decimating their country (as well as Laos and Cambodia), aiding and abetting, for example, the permanent alteration of an entire people's gene pool through the production and supply of chemical and biological warfare agents for U.S. forces. The fallout was subsequent generations marked by grotesque physical deformities and severely retarded brain and motor function development. Indeed, Canada produced the chemical defoliant Agent Orange, a dioxin-laced carcinogen, 43 million litres of which were dumped by the U.S. Air Force (this on top of 30 million litres of related defoliants). U.S. soldiers who came home from Vietnam having been soaked in the stuff experienced similar horrors.

Apr 22 11:59

Time to Wake up to some Realities on the Iran Deal

Too many cooks spoil the broth, and that appears to be precisely what the Senate had in mind.

Evidently Obama has concluded that a veto-proof majority in both Houses stood behind the Foreign Relations Committee bill, and reluctantly conceded. But that wrests control of the process out of the hands of the Administration. The Iran deal may have died this afternoon.

To make sense of the events that have led to the current negotiations over Iran’s so-called nuclear ambitions, certain elemental realities should be highlighted:

Apr 22 11:32

flashback: KTLA & the Atomic Bomb - LIVE!

On Tuesday, April 22, 1952, reporters and photographers of the nation’s press were invited to witness a test of an atomic bomb for the first time. Until then, the U.S. Government conducted the tests in secret and did not publicize the events. Residents for hundreds of miles around Las Vegas would only know a test had taken place when they saw a bright light in the sky and experienced a shock wave that sometimes knocked out windows.

(*My "Earth Day" submission)

Apr 22 11:18

ECB Prepares To Sacrifice Greek Banks With 50% Collateral Haircut

European Central Bank has decided suddenly that - the value of the collateral that Greek banks post at their own central bank to secure these loans be reduced by as much as 50%,

Apr 22 10:53

4 million hens euthenized over bird flu fears

avian influenza cases are mounting in the U.S.

Apr 22 10:36

Police Imposing Death Sentence Without Trial

In the last minutes of the video, Harris lies on the pavement with police on top of him. An officer calls for a Taser, but in place of an electric clicking sound, a gunshot rings out.

A voice can be heard saying, "Oh! I shot him! I'm sorry!" Another officer screams out, "He shot him! He shot him!"

Harris, who is bleeding, calls out, too. He's losing his breath, he says. An officer yells back at him.

"You f**king ran! Shut the f**k up!" he yells. "F**k your breath," he said.

Clark defended the officer's language, saying the deputy experienced auditory exclusion, never heard the gunshot and thought the suspect was out of breath from running. The language has no bearing on whether the shooting was justified, Clark said.

Apr 22 10:27

New York Judge Makes The Most Ridiculous Decision Of ALL TIME

It’s the dawn of the Planet of the Apes…
An idiot New York judge has granted two research chimps effective personhood by granting them a writ of habeas corpus, marking the first time in U.S. history an animal has been given the right to challenge it’s detention.

Apr 22 10:27

The Truth About the American Flag In One Cartoon

What the Flag Means To Me by Senior Master Sgt. Christopher McCool, 319th Recruiting Squadron:

Apr 22 10:27

Liberals Want Trey Gowdy Arrested and Charged Over AR-15 Picture

Police in Washington, D.C., are looking into a matter concerning a photograph of two Republican lawmakers with an AR-15 rifle inside one of the House buildings.
Democrats are pushing authorities to arrest the congressmen for holding what turns out to be an inoperable gun.

Apr 22 10:18

In Their Own Voices: Protestors Speak Out as Feds Start Probe of Freddie Gray's Death

Anger and frustration over the death of another black man at the hands of police continues to spill into the streets of Baltimore.

Apr 22 10:16

Why are so many Americans criminals? - Americans aren't addicted to crime; our politicians are addicted to criminalizing things

Criminal justice reform is rapidly becoming one of the few bipartisan issues of our time. It's about time.
America has the highest incarceration rate in the world, with 5% of the world's population and 25% of its prisoners. Nearly 2½ million Americans are in prison. Over 65 million people, or 20% of the country, have criminal records. Most disturbingly, nearly 40% of our country's prisoners are African-Americans, who only make up 13% of the general population.

Apr 22 10:15

Man forms tiny European nation, 160,000 sign up to become citizens

With the advent of modern communication and means of travel, it seems unlikely there is any area of the world left unclaimed by one nation or another. But such land does, or in fact did exist within Europe, and one man has just made his claim to it and created a brand new European nation.

Apr 22 10:06

Study: More Whites Killed By Police Than Blacks

Author and Nobel Prize winner Toni Morrison caused controversy when she said recently she wants to see a police officer shoot an unarmed white teenager in the back. Only then will she agree that the conversation about race is over. But Morrison’s wish is already a reality.

Apr 22 10:05

Homeland Security Secretary Begs Silicon Valley to Stop the Encryption

At massive security tech conference RSA in San Francisco, U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson told a packed audience that DHS would be forging alliances with Silicon Valley. He described plans to build an office here, in order to work directly with tech companies on key issues for the DHS.

Apr 22 09:57

Mother sues cops who stripped naked her 20-year-old daughter's body for 'crime scene photos' after fatal crash

Sheriff's deputies undressed the body of a 20-year-old car crash victim then took inappropriate nude photos of her at the side of the road, her mother has claimed.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Not just inappropriate, but downright sick!

Apr 22 09:49

Supreme Court rules cops can’t hold suspects to wait for dog

The Supreme Court ruled 6-3 on Tuesday that the Constitution forbids police from holding a suspect without probable cause, even for fewer than 10 extra minutes.
Writing on behalf of the court, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg declared that the constitutional protections against unreasonable search and seizure prevent police from extending an otherwise completed traffic stop to allow for a drug-sniffing dog to arrive.

Apr 22 09:48

Woman Dies in Custody, Family Finds Out at Courthouse, Only after a call from a inmate.

As a South Florida family walked into a courhouse expecting to see their daughter appear for a hearing, they recieved a phone call from an inmate informing them that the inmate had died in custody, family attorney Sabino Jauregui told NBC 6.

Apr 22 09:33

VIDEO -Monopoly Men: Federal Reserve Fraud

the connective tissue between this and other top-secret international organizations is explored and exposed

Apr 22 09:26

Russia to close 40% of universities by the end of 2016

The number of Russian universities will be cut by 40% by the end of 2016, according to Minister of Education and Science Dmitry Livanov. In addition, the number of university branches will be slashed by 80% in the same period.

Apr 22 09:26

Kansas lawmakers want the poor to pay for tax cuts for the rich: "Wealthier Kansans are paying much less in taxes after Republican Gov. Sam Brownback overhauled the state's income tax a few years ago...It didn't work."

Wealthier Kansans are paying much less in taxes after Republican Gov. Sam Brownback overhauled the state's income tax a few years ago. Brownback and other Republican officials hoped that more generous policies would stimulate the economy, bringing more revenue into the state's coffers and making up the difference on the bottom line.

Apr 22 09:20

Reopen The Death Cases Of Edward Peterson And Tyrell Fuller

ATTN: FRANKLIN COUNTY, OHIO CORONER

Edward Peterson and Tyrell Fuller were both inmates at the Franklin County Jail serving time for minor sentences. Both men had medical conditions and were left to die an excruciating death.

Apr 22 09:13

Pregnant restaurant worker fired after armed robbery after she refused to pay back money stolen

A fast food restaurant is robbed and the shift manager says she got fired for refusing to pay the money back.
"I told them I'm not paying nothing," said Marissa Holcomb. "I just had a gun to me. I'm not paying the money."
The heist happened on March 31st at the Popeyes restaurant in the 500 block of Sheldon Road in Channelview and was captured on surveillance video.

Apr 22 09:12

Police won't let black man record his traffic stop

To judge from a recent video of an encounter with a black motorist, it looks like some Tempe cops could use a refresher course in the First Amendment.
The video was shot by 29-year-old Arizona resident Anderson Jean-Louis, after he was stopped by Tempe bike cops on the evening of February 13, allegedly because he was playing his music too loud on the car stereo of his Audi A8L.

Apr 22 09:07

President Barack Obama will not use the word “genocide” to describe the massacre of up to 1.5 million Armenians in his annual statement commemorating the historic atrocity

President Barack Obama will not use the word “genocide” to describe the massacre of up to 1.5 million Armenians in his annual statement commemorating the historic atrocity later this month.
White House chief of staff Denis McDonough and deputy national security adviser Ben Rhodes informed Armenian-American activists of the decision in a meeting at the White House on Tuesday.

Apr 22 09:07

White people have been banned from an ‘anti-racism’ event at a British university

Bahar Mustafa, the Welfare and Diversity officer for Goldsmiths Students’ Union, must have a strong sense of irony. You’d have to, to run an ‘anti-racism’ event which states that ‘if you’re a man and/or white PLEASE DON’T COME. As the student publication the Tab reports, the event claims to be ‘challenging the white-centric culture of occupations’, ‘diversifying our curriculum’ and building a ‘cross campus campaign that puts liberation at the heart of the movement’.

Apr 22 08:47

Military MRAP photographed on California highway as Jade Helm buildup continues

“IN BROAD DAYLIGHT WITH NOT A CARE IN THE WORLD”

Apr 22 08:39

Explosive new video shows Freddie Gray 'shackled' on the ground outside police van up to 30 minutes BEFORE officers called ambulance for his fatal severed spine injury

Police said that they needed to stop and shackle ankles of the young man, who was arrested while screaming in pain, because he was being 'irate' in the back of the van.

However, the new video - shot by a witness - shows Gray hunched over on his knees and not visibly agitated during a stop that occurred in the more than 40 minutes between his arrest and officers' call to an ambulance.

Apr 22 08:32

Why are so many Americans criminals?

Why are so many Americans criminals? - Americans aren't addicted to crime; our politicians are addicted to criminalizing things

Apr 22 08:23

Felicia Davis - Help Me Get Back To My Dad

I was kidnapped by Sampson County DSS and Sampson County Law Enforcement over a year ago. I was returned to my dad by Judge Stevens because my dad never abused or neglected me. Now DSS wants me back because I was exposing how I was abused and neglected in Foster Care.

Apr 22 08:18

Rally to Support the Miners!

At the request of the Sugar Pine Mining Claim owners, Oath Keepers of Josephine County mission is to ensure the mining claim owners 5th Amendment Constitutional Right to Due Process is not violated by the Bureau of Land Management.

NOTICE
This is NOT a standoff with BLM. We are NOT promoting any confrontation with BLM. This is a security operation for the protection of Constitutional Rights. If you have a different agenda outside of the above peaceful mission statement, we don't need your assistance. Please DO NOT make any type of threatening phone calls to the local BLM or USFS as it undermines our mission, professionalism and is unwarranted. Thank you.

Apr 22 08:17

Oregon Gold Mine: Disinfo Outlet Busted, Huge Protest at BLM Office On 23rd

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Claim that Oregon Gold Miners requested militia to stand down was a hoax!

Apr 22 07:37

As Yemen is pulverized into oblivion, it remains unclear just exactly what Riyadh hopes to achieve in this war. Washington has tied itself to this conflict, but can’t control or explain it.

WEBMASTAR ADDITION: The explanation is simple, but cannot be made public. in 2012 the US intervened in Yemen, drove out the legitimate government of President Salah, and imposed a US puppet Ruler, Hadi, on the people of Yemen. The people of Yemen don't like having their nation ruled by a government that serves a foreign nation, and are trying to kick Hadi out and bring Saleh back. So the US, using Saudi Arabia as a proxy, is having to go back into Yemen to bomb and starve those people until they remember that, like the provinces of ancient Rome, once conquered they are expected to remain conquered. The people of Yemen do not agree.

Ditto Iraq.

Ditto Libya.

Ditto Ukraine.

Ditto Iran.

The leaders of nations will gladly kill each other over who gets to rule what region, but can be counted on to unite against any people that dares think they should rule their own country!

Apr 22 07:36

Hillary: The President America Deserves

“It’s time” for Hillary, and who can disagree? It doesn’t matter that no one who isn’t being paid to say it sincerely believes she can lead the country. She is precisely what the American system is designed to produce.

Mencken said of American government:

“All the odds are on the man who is, intrinsically, the most devious and mediocre—the man who can most adeptly disperse the notion that his mind is a virtual vacuum. The Presidency tends, year by year, to go to such men. As democracy is perfected, the office represents, more and more closely, the inner soul of the people. We move toward a lofty ideal. On some great and glorious day the plain folks of the land will reach their heart's desire at last, and the White House will be adorned by a downright moron.”

Apr 22 07:29

TECHNO FASCISM: DHS TO OPEN UP SHOP IN SILICON VALLEY

The Department of Homeland Security is setting up shop in Google's territory. DHS is close to opening a branch in Silicon Valley to help tighten the tech industry's computer security -- and conscript its top talent, the department's top official announced Tuesday. The move is part of a larger attempt to build a bridge between West Coast Web giants and the government, after 2013 revelations of online surveillance soured many in the industry on the concept of public-private partnerships.

Apr 22 07:17

The Total Destruction of America from Within

Paul Craig Roberts discusses the dismantling of the U.S. constitution and the current Great Recession

Apr 22 07:15

WIRED now totally admits what the entire media called 'loony conspiracy theories' just five years ago

NSA and other treasonous organizations surveil Americans to maintain military dictatorship, not to protect "national security"

Apr 22 07:13

Drone with radioactive material lands on roof of Japanese Prime Minister's office

(*Yeah , I heard about that . Must have been a lousy pilot , from China !
whitehorse souce )

Apr 22 07:01

CIA-BACKED COMPANY MAY BE READING YOUR FACEBOOK CHATS

While sending a web link over Facebook Chat, a group of app developers noticed a curious amount of activity. Pulling at the thread, they discovered a mysterious company known as Recorded Future, and a potential CIA conspiracy. Facebook Chat seems innocuous enough. So thought Bosnadev, a group of coders and bloggers, when they used the communication program to send a link. But something seemed amiss.

Apr 22 07:01

SAUDIS DECLARE END OF ONE YEMEN OPERATION, THEN ANNOUNCE A SECOND

Iranian officials began Tuesday hopeful a ceasefire would bring an end to the relentless air campaign Saudi Arabia and its Arab allies have conducted in Yemen for nearly a month now. In the following hours Saudi Arabia announced on television that Operation Decisive Storm was over, that “all the goals had been met” and declared the beginning of a new operation: “Restoring Hope.” In its statement, the kingdom said the new operation would have more of a political focus, would spend time dealing with helping civilians and counter terrorism.

Apr 22 06:53

STATE LETS POLICE TAKE TEENAGERS AWAY FROM PARENTS IF THEY ARE LEFT HOME ALONE

A new Illinois law is threatening parents who leave their children home alone if they are 13-years-old or younger. The new Illinois law states that parents who leave 13-year-olds home are guilty of neglect, and subject to arrest, as well as their children being taken away by police. The new law states that "any minor under the age of 14 years whose parent or other person responsible for the minor's welfare leaves the minor without supervision for an unreasonable period of time without regard for the mental or physical health, safety, or welfare of that minor" is now considered ?neglected.?

Apr 22 03:46

(*BEX) Taliban Are Said to Target Hazaras to Try to Match ISIS’ Brutality

The police in Ghazni Province on Sunday confirmed that four Hazara farmers who had been kidnapped by the Taliban had been found beheaded in Ajristan District. Another six Hazaras from Daikundi Province who had been kidnapped by unknown assailants were also found dead, dumped in Ajristan District, less than a week after their families began searching for them
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Beheading is not normally a Taliban tactic, but the insurgents seem to be trying to make an ugly example of the Hazaras, in what is seen by some as a bid for attention.

“The Taliban are trying to send out a new message that they are similar in their brutality to ISIS,” said Shahgul Rezaye, a Hazara member of Parliament, referring to Islamic State extremists from Iraq and Syria, who have reportedly been trying to recruit supporters in Afghanistan. “They’re trying to show they are as bad as ISIS.”
(*BULL$#!^)

Apr 22 03:29

Saudi Arabia resumes airstrikes in Yemen

CNN: Saudi Arabia resumed airstrikes in Yemen on Wednesday, less than 24 hours after announcing the end of its "Operation Decisive Storm," a nearly month-long campaign against Houthi positions.

Apr 22 03:15

New Zealand’s Premier Apologizes for Pulling Waitress’s Hair

The waitress made her complaint public in an anonymous blog post on Wednesday, saying that Mr. Key, a frequent visitor to the Auckland cafe where she works, had tugged on her ponytail repeatedly over a period of months
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In her blog post, the waitress said that at first she did not complain directly to the prime minister, but that when he tried to pull her hair on March 13, she backed away, wagged her finger and repeatedly said no. Two weeks later, she said, after he tugged on her hair once more as he left the cafe, she told him, “Please STOP or I will actually hit you soon!”

According to the waitress, Mr. Key returned shortly thereafter with two bottles of wine and said: “This is for you, sorry. I didn’t realize.” She wrote that his assertion that he had not been aware his behavior was unwelcome “was almost more offensive than the harassment itself.”

Apr 22 02:53

Netanyahu on Memorial Day

Netanyahu on Memorial Day: We will continue to defend Israel - we are staying here

(*Reiterating his Perpetual Victim Claim)

Apr 21 21:51

Escalation or Cease Fire? Saudi Arabia Claims Pause in Attack on Yemen

It was not immediately clear whether announcement will lead to sustained halt to military assault or relief for Yemenis facing humanitarian crisis.

Apr 21 18:24

U.S. marshal caught destroying camera of woman recording police

Federal officials are investigating a YouTube video posted on Sunday that shows a law enforcement officer grabbing what looks to be a recording device from a woman’s hand and smashing it on the ground.
The 53-second video, recorded by a bystander on April 19, shows three U.S. Marshals Service agents standing in front of a house in South Gate, Calif. The agency was reportedly investigating a “biker gang meeting” at a bar in the area.

Apr 21 18:24

New York City Just Outlawed Running Credit Checks on Job Applicants

Gone are the days when a job applicant could make a good first impression with a smart suit and firm handshake. Now your first impression might get boiled down to three digits on a botched credit rap sheet, leading a boss to reject you, sight unseen.

Apr 21 16:49

Confirmed: Lobbyists Calling the Shots for SB277; Community Outpour Ignored

By Jefferey Jaxen

After the historic outpouring of families to halt the passing of SB277 last Wednesday in California, information has now been made public to further put into question the bill’s credibility...

Apr 21 15:34

Man’s death in police custody sparks Baltimore protests

The death of Freddie Gray, an African-American man who is believed to have died from a severed spine while in police custody, has sparked protests in Baltimore. Anya Parampil spoke to residents of the city who relayed their fears and concerns about the Baltimore Police Department.

Apr 21 14:54

What the UK parties say about Palestine

Stuart Littlewood looks at where the main British political parties stand on Palestine, and concludes that “there is still no rush… to deliver law or justice… after 100 years of betrayal”.

Apr 21 14:26

In New York, 88,000 people have applied for 55 affordable apartments in a single building

In New York, 88,000 people have applied for 55 affordable apartments in a single building
You may recall the infamous "poor door" development in New York — a luxury high-rise condo in Manhattan designed to include 55 affordable units that will be accessible from a separate entrance. The developer, Extell, agreed to include the below market-rate apartments in exchange for permission from the city to construct a larger building on the site than the zoning code would normally allow. Affordable housing advocates, the mayor and the media, though, cried foul when they realized that Extell intended to separate the rich from the poor.

Apr 21 14:12

Jewish money flooding Presidential campaign. Lindsey Graham jokes he will have “all-Jewish Cabinet.”

A joke by Lindsey Graham to the extent that he expects so much Jewish money due to his shameless shilling for Israel that he will have to appoint an “all-Jewish cabinet” says so much about the state of politics in America. Some Jewish journalists in fact have voiced their discomfort with Graham’s jokes because it could open people’s eyes to the link between Jewish money, the appointment of Jewish officials, and pro-Israel policies.

Apr 21 14:10

The silence of Greville Janner - Child Sex Crimes Coverup

If Britain’s leading law officer thought she was putting an unfortunate episode to rest when she tried to quietly drop her most difficult case then she was in for a rude shock — people are in no mood to let the child rape charges against Lord Greville Janner go unanswered.

The explosion of outrage at this inexplicable decision has ensured that, for once, it will not go unchallenged. The injustice is too overwhelming, the double standard too glaring and the incompetence is too blatant.

Apr 21 12:55

Police involved in standoffs in Ferguson and St. John

Ferguson police are involved in a standoff after responding to report of a shooting in Ferguson. A person has barricaded themselves into a home in the suspects 400 block of Warford. Ferguson police say that a man shot his brother in the head. The victim has been taken to the hospital and was alert in the ambulance.

Apr 21 12:29

Woman Successfully Defends Herself from Armed Attacker Only to Be Shot When Police Arrive

South Huntsville, AL– A woman was shot by police Sunday evening after her estranged husband, against whom who she had filed multiple protection orders, broke into her home and threatened her with a weapon. Lisa Skinner, was at the house she shares with her mother on Sunday as Bradley Skinner, broke the glass on a back door and entered the home carrying a pistol and a large knife.

Apr 21 12:07

BEX Alert!!! - "US cities to hold huge celebrations for Israeli Independence Day"

The Israeli-American Council will hold celebrations marking Israel's Independence Day this year for the first time, in a sign of the organization's expansion and the growth of the Israeli community in the United States.

The five mass festivals around the US will take place throughout May and will be the largest Jewish activity in North America, with more than 50,000 Israeli-Americans expected to participate. The locations were chosen in proportion to the size of the local Israeli community. Miami will hold its festival on May 3, followed by Las Vegas a week later, Los Angeles on May 17, and New York and Boston on May 31.

Apr 21 11:26

Marine Corps Considers Lowering Standards For Women

The United State Marine Corp is considering lowering its standards for combat jobs so that women can pass.
The Marine Corps recently finished research to see if female officers could successfully complete its Infantry Officer Course. The rigorous IOC course awards a diploma to those who graduate from the program, which is required to earn a combat officer’s designation. Of the 29 women who attempted, none graduated.

Apr 21 11:25

Brilliant 8-Year-Old Pens Brutal Letter to Michelle Obama

An 8-year-old named Peter has written a critical letter to Michelle Obama, and it’s pretty brutal.
Originally concerned about Michelle Obama’s school lunch program and the push to limit access to ketchup, the young lad began a hand written letter to the first lady. According to his father, when Peter’s mother informed him that he attends a private school and that Mrs. Obama’s program wouldn’t affect him, “He said something about wanting to ‘give a voice to the voiceless.’”

Apr 21 11:25

District Attorney Says Encrypted Phones May Make You a Terrorist Because They “Cannot Be Accessed by Law Enforcement”

As we reported last week, even the Third Amendment can now be violated so that law enforcement officials can forcibly occupy your home to gain a tactical advantage against criminal or terror suspects.

This is America in 2015 so it’s no surprise that Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance, Jr. wants total access to your personal effects. If it were up to Vance, you as an individual would have no right to secure your personal phone or computer data. As far as the DA is concerned, if you are encrypting your passwords, private messages, and personal notes you are denying nosy big government operatives the intrusive access they so desperately need to control you.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This country's elites have said "good bye and good rubbish" to the protections which used to be extended to ordinary working people under the Bill of Rights and Constitution, and they are trying desperately to make this lack of on-line liberty stick.

But it cannot, and it won't, because people not only want, but also deserve, their privacy on line. Wanting to keep private communication private should not be construed as alleged "terroristic behaviour".

The Federal Government cannot decrypt everything, and those 6 NSA challenges Mike has done have gone completely unanswered, although we know that several people (most likely from one of the "Alphabet Soup" agencies) have tried, and failed miserably.

Apr 21 11:23

Woman Successfully Defends Herself from Armed Attacker Only to Be Shot When Police Arrive

South Huntsville, AL– A woman was shot by police Sunday evening after her estranged husband, against whom who she had filed multiple protection orders, broke into her home and threatened her with a weapon.

Apr 21 11:19

Do you trust police officers in your community?

MSNBC Live

Apr 21 10:59

Now Obama Thinks We Should Pay Blacks “Reparations” For Slavery

Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obamaopposes offering reparations to the descendants of slaves, putting him at odds with some black groups and leaders.

Apr 21 10:59

New Book And Side Deals Could Spell The End For Hillary 2016

The book does not hit shelves until May 5, but already the Republican Rand Paul has called its findings “big news” that will “shock people” and make voters “question” the candidacy of Hillary Rodham Clinton.

Apr 21 10:56

Exclusive: Wary of natural disaster, NY Fed bulks up in Chicago

The New York branch of the U.S. Federal Reserve, wary that a natural disaster or other eventuality could shut down its market operations as it approaches an interest rate hike, has added staff and bulked up its satellite office in Chicago.

Some market technicians have transferred from New York and others were hired at the office housed in the Chicago Fed, according to several people familiar with the build-out that began about two years ago, after Hurricane Sandy struck Manhattan.

Officials believe the Chicago staffers can now handle all of the market operations that are done daily out of the New York Fed, which is the U.S. central bank's main conduit to Wall Street.

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I don't think it is a natural disaster they are worried about so much as an angry mob with torches and pitchforks descending on Wall Street ... like the people of Illinois with torches and pitchforks don't know the FED is there as well!

Apr 21 10:52

Human rights advocates, military see violent video games as teaching tool

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As reported in 2013 at killscreendaily.com:

As it turns out, Ender's Game has been extremely influential in the way the military views videogames as a training tool for soldiers. According to Corey Mead: "The whole idea of what Ender's Game is—young people fighting a war—is what influenced [the military]. And they totally did it." In his new book War Play: Video Games and the Future of Armed Conflict, Mead explores the U.S. military's use of videogames as a tool for recruitment, training, and treatment. This recent interest in videogames reflects a shift in what it wants from its soldiers. "For the first time in its history‚" Mead writes, "the military wants to teach even junior personnel not just what to think but how to think." This change has taken place primarily because of the U.S.'s involvement in Afghanistan and Iraq, where a soldier isn't just fighting but is tasked with a number of different jobs, requiring different skills, tactics, and cultural understanding. The military's expanding interest in videogames is well illustrated by America's Army, the first military-developed game. It was a free-to-play first-person shooter that simulated a more realistic approach to warfare, even forcing players to sit through boot camp before allowing them to engage in combat online. The game was originally developed in 2002 for $7.5 million—a third of a percent of the army's marketing budget —and is one of the military's most successful recruiting pushes ever.

IF you are a mom or dad out there with a kid who loves video games....just please be aware of WHAT they are playing, OK?!?

Apr 21 10:27

Oxfam Condemns Coalition Airstrike on Humanitarian Aid Warehouse in Yemen

Grace Ommer, Oxfam's country director in Yemen, called on the warring sides of Yemen's conflict to establish peace and allow for humanitarian access.

Oxfam strongly condemned Monday the bombing of one of its warehouses in Saada Governorate in the north of Yemen.

"This is an absolute outrage particularly when one considers that we have shared detailed information with the Coalition on the locations of our offices and storage facilities," Grace Ommer, Oxfam's country director in Yemen, was quoted as saying by the organization on its website.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I am having a palm to forehead moment, at almost terminal velocity, upon reading this.

Is this woman pathologically incapable of understanding that when Oxfam gives the coalition the GPS locations of food storage places within Yemen, these places will be bombed out of existence?!?

Misery is just what the US and Saudi forces want to inflict on the people of Yemen, who had the utter audacity to throw the US-sponsored puppet, Al-Madi, out on his keister.

There have been reports of schools and hospitals being shelled. As reported in the latimes.com 5 days ago:

Pentagon officials, who pride themselves on the care they take to avoid civilian casualties, have watched with growing alarm as Saudi airstrikes have hit what the U.N. this week called "dozens of public buildings," including hospitals, schools, residential areas and mosques. The U.N. said at least 364 civilians have been killed in the campaign. lRelated Al Qaeda seizes Yemen airport, military base; U.N. envoy resigns MIDDLE EAST Al Qaeda seizes Yemen airport, military base; U.N. envoy resigns SEE ALL RELATED 8 Although U.S. personnel don't pick the bombing targets, Americans are working beside Saudi military officials to check the accuracy of target lists in a joint operations center in Riyadh, defense officials said. The Pentagon has expedited delivery of GPS-guided "smart" bomb kits to the Saudi air force to replenish supplies.

And IF, as the article asserts, "Americans are working beside Saudi military officials to check the accuracy of target lists in a joint operations center in Riyadh", only one of two things is possible here: either these civilian targets are being deliberately hit to create as much human carnage and misery possible, or the Saudis, using US gps "smart bombs" cannot shoot straight!!

Apr 21 10:26

Kansas Activist Could Face Felony Charges Because Her 11-Year-Old Son Challenged Anti-Pot Propaganda

Shona Banda, a Kansas medical marijuana activist, faces a hearing at which she will try to stop the state from kidnapping her 11-year-old son. She may also soon face criminal charges that could send her to prison. All because her son dared to question the anti-pot propaganda dispensed by his school.

Apr 21 10:25

“Americans should not be forced to compete against desperately poor workers throughout the world.” In Vietnam, for example, workers are paid as little as 56 cents an hour. “Trade agreements should benefit working people, not just CEOs of large corporation

Protesting a trade deal that would throw Americans out of work, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) today planned to march with leaders of the AFL-CIO and other labor organizations to a rally outside the U.S. trade representative’s office.

Apr 21 10:15

Beijing ‘extremely concerned’ over leaked New Zealand spying reports

China’s foreign ministry has urged New Zealand and US spying agencies to stop hacking into Chinese diplomatic buildings in Auckland. This follows reports exposing the practice and citing secret NSA files, which were leaked by Edward Snowden.

Apr 21 10:08

Pennsylvania police officer charged with murdering suspect

A Pennsylvania police officer waived a preliminary hearing Monday on charges that she murdered a man who had run away from a traffic stop by shooting him twice in the back as he lay face-down in the snow.

Officer Lisa Mearkle, 36, appeared before a district judge on Monday and waived her right to a hearing to determine whether there was enough evidence to justify a trial. She is free on $250,000 bail with electronic monitoring.

The victim, David Kassick, 59, of Hummelstown, died shortly after being shot on Feb. 2. Kassick, who like Mearkle was white, was unarmed and had run away from a traffic stop.

The case is the latest in a string of controversial police shootings captured on video. Earlier this month, a South Carolina policeman was charged with murder for fatally shooting an unarmed man in the back as he ran away.

Apr 21 10:05

Courtroom erupts after judge finds Chicago cop not guilty in Rekia Boyd fatal shooting trial

A judge on Monday found Chicago police officer Dante Servin not guilty of involuntary manslaughter, saying there was no evidence he acted recklessly when he killed Rekia Boyd, 22, in an off-duty shooting in 2012.

After a four-day bench trial, which is heard before a judge without a jury, Cook County Associate Judge Dennis Porter said in a written finding that Servin’s actions were intentional and so did not fit the charges brought by the state’s attorney.

Boyd’s family erupted in shouts and tears after the ruling.

“They said a lot of charges didn’t fit,” said Boyd’s brother, Martinez Sutton, outside the courthouse, in tears. “I was promised that they were going to take this officer down.”

A few protesters held a large sign reading “STOP murder by police” and photographs of some 20 black people who have been killed by police across the country, including Boyd.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The killings of MANY unarmed people in the Police State of Amerika has grown exponentially, and partially because police across the country are getting their training from former, or current, members of Israel's IDF, which means that now, US citizens are treated with the same deadly contempt as are the Palestinians.

And the only thing the police officer has to say at the trial, to get him or her legally off the hook, is that they "believed their lives to be in danger."

That's it,folks.

Apr 21 10:02

China Adds Solar Power the Size of France in First Quarter: China’s solar installations in the first quarter were almost equal to France’s entire supply of power from the sun. China connected 5.04 gigawatts of solar capacity

China’s solar installations in the first quarter were almost equal to France’s entire supply of power from the sun.
China connected 5.04 gigawatts of solar capacity to grids in the three months ending March 31, the National Energy Administration said in a statement on Monday. The Asian nation now has a total of 33 gigawatts of solar-power supply.

Apr 21 10:01

A medical marijuana advocate has lost custody of her 11-year-old son at least temporarily and could face possible charges following comments the boy made during a drug education program at his Kansas school

A medical marijuana advocate has lost custody of her 11-year-old son at least temporarily and could face possible charges following comments the boy made during a drug education program at school.

Apr 21 09:46

Unsound Banking: Why Most of the World’s Banks Are Headed for Collapse

Doug Casey

You’re likely thinking that a discussion of “sound banking” will be a bit boring. Well, banking should be boring. And we’re sure officials at central banks all over the world today—many of whom have trouble sleeping—wish it were.

This brief article will explain why the world’s banking system is unsound, and what differentiates a sound from an unsound bank. I suspect not one person in 1,000 actually understands the difference. As a result, the world’s economy is now based upon unsound banks dealing in unsound currencies. Both have degenerated considerably from their origins...

Apr 21 09:45

BILL BEFORE CONGRESS WOULD AUTHORIZE SECRECY AND SURVEILLANCE, NOT "CYBER SECURITY"

A provision in the falsely-named "cyber security" bill currently being debated in congress would—in addition to enabling more warrantless government spying—create a gaping hole in the Freedom of Information Act, potentially allowing federal agencies to keep secret any information they don't want made public. The new exemption to FOIA would cover all "information shared with or provided to the Federal Government" through the so-called "cyber security" information sharing program, Politico reports.

Senators Chuck Grassley and Pat Leahy have raised concerns about the provision. Politico quotes Grassley from a 2012 hearing on a similar proposal:

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It is painfully ironic that President Obama, a former lecturer on Constitutional law, appears, in his behaviour, to loathe and and despise the Constitution and Bill of Rights with a staggering intensity.

Apr 21 09:39

BRAIN-DAMAGED VICTIMS OF SWINE FLU VACCINE WIN $63 MILLION LAWSUIT AGAINST GLAXOSMITHKLINE

GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) is in the news again making headlines after having to settle another major lawsuit bringing the latest total to over $9.1 billion since 2003. This time, it is due to GSK’s product Pandemrix, which was the swine flu vaccine forced upon the public during the pandemic of 2009 (which is argued by some to have been fake). As the victims are being compensated in the U.K., the same neurological mechanisms that damaged the children in the lawsuit are still potentially at work in the confirmed excitotoxicity that takes place after many vaccine injections.

According to the International Business Times U.K. Edition, each of the victims is “expected to receive £1 million each.” Peter Todd, a lawyer who represented many of the claimants, told the Sunday Times (U.K.):

“There has never been a case like this before. The victims of this vaccine have an incurable and lifelong condition and will require extensive medication.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The way to STOP this madness, of letting unsafe vaccines get out on the market, and causing people irreparable harm, has to do not only with compensating the victims, but also jailing those who signed off on bringing a vaccine to market, when all the test protocols were not vigorously followed, or who knew the drug was unsafe, but signed off on it anyway.

And I am NOT talking a "Club Fed".

Only when executives know that they will be personally liable for making that decision, and deciding unwisely will cost them more than money, will some sanity start to come to the vaccine industry.

And NO, I am not an "anti-vaxxer"; I had an anti-pneumonia vaccine right after Mike got out of the hospital last year, recovering from pneumonia.

I do encourage parents, if you are not in a "mandatory vaccination state", to do the research on the vaccines the State wants your kids to have before entering school. Some parents have the vaccinations done singly, not in a blended dose, because they think it is more safe for their child.

Just, please, do the due diligence, and remember; the medical-industrial complex is worth BILLIONS of dollars every year, so they have a vested interest in seeing you taking all the prescribe shots, because it's money in the bank for them.

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