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"... What about the main thing in life, all its riddles? If you want, I'll spell it out for you right now. Do not pursue what is illusionary -property and position: all that is gained at the expense of your nerves decade after decade, and is confiscated in one fell night. Live with a steady superiority over life -don't be afraid of misfortune, and do not yearn for happiness; it is, after all, all the same: the bitter doesn't last forever, and the sweet never fills the cup to overflowing. It is enough if you don't freeze in the cold and if thirst and hunger don't claw at your insides. If your back isn't broken, if your feet can walk, if both arms can bend, if both eyes can see, if both ears hear, then whom should you envy? And why? Our envy of others devours us most of all. Rub your eyes and purify your heart -and prize above all else in the world those who love you and who wish you well. Do not hurt them or scold them, and never part from any of them in anger; after all, you simply do not know: it may be your last act before your arrest, and that will be how you are imprinted on their memory." -- Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn

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July 18, 2015

Jul 18 03:27

Greece’s Lesson For Russia

Greece’s lesson for Russia, and for China and Iran, is to avoid all financial relationships with the West. The West simply cannot be trusted. Washington is committed to economic and political hegemony over every other country and uses the Western financial system for asset freezes, confiscations, and sanctions. Countries that have independent foreign policies and also have assets in the West cannot expect Washington to respect their property rights or their ownership. Washington freezes or steals countries’ assets, or in the case of France imposes multi-billion dollar fines, in order to force compliance with Washington’s policies. Iran, for example, lost the use of $100 billion, approximately one-fourth of the Iranian GDP, for years simply because Iran insisted on its rights under the Non-Proliferation Treaty.

Jul 18 03:14

We Are All Greeks Now

The poor and the working class in the United States know what it is to be Greek. They know underemployment and unemployment. They know life without a pension. They know existence on a few dollars a day. They know gas and electricity being turned off because of unpaid bills. They know the crippling weight of debt. They know being sick and unable to afford medical care. They know the state seizing their meager assets, a process known in the United States as “civil asset forfeiture,” which has permitted American police agencies to confiscate more than $3 billion in cash and property. They know the profound despair and abandonment that come when schools, libraries, neighborhood health clinics, day care services, roads, bridges, public buildings and assistance programs are neglected or closed. They know the financial elites’ hijacking of democratic institutions to impose widespread misery in the name of austerity. They, like the Greeks, know what it is to be abandoned.

Jul 18 03:00

European Council President Tells Greeks That Russia, China Are Their Enemies

Didn't you know: It was actually Russia and China that just imposed an ‘austerity’ program on Greece days after the Greek people had rejected it.

Jul 18 01:33

Satellites: Earth Is Nearly In Its 21st Year Without Global Warming

After September of this year, the Earth will be entering its 21st year without statistically significant warming trend, according to satellite-derived temperature data.

July 17, 2015

Jul 17 21:07

All Hail Our Banking Overlords!

You really have to be paying attention to see what’s truly going on these days. The keepers of the system, that is the banking elites, now openly control everything — though you’d never know that by listening to the mainstream media.

Jul 17 20:43

The Rise of Concealed Carry

How many people are licensed to carry concealed guns in your state? The Crime Prevention Research Center has released a paper with the numbers, finding that the number of permit holders has risen 15.4 percent in the last year alone.

Jul 17 20:08

Agency to Enslave Greeks Is Established

Late on Thursday, July 16th, German Economic News headlined “Greece: Debt Restructuring Through the Back Door,” and reported that, “The majority of Greece’s national debt is to be moved in the next three years gradually to the euro bailout fund ESM [European Stability Mechanism], so that the IMF will continue to remain as a lender. The euro zone countries will thereby provide Athens a longer grace period [a temporary postponement of payments, while the 18% annual interest-rate soars Greece’s debt even higher], and longer repayment periods.”



Jul 17 19:15

Palace Defends Queen Over 'Nazi Salute' Film

The private film - apparently shot more than 80 years ago at Balmoral - has been "exploited", says a Palace statement.

...just like the Confederate flag.

Jul 17 19:13

New Horizons: Why bother exploring the Solar System?

So, I wondered, what would we have thought if Christopher Columbus or Captain Cook had spotted an unmapped coastline but turned away with a look of indifference and had not bothered to land?

To them, the lure of exotic new sights and undiscovered realms proved overwhelming. And nothing has changed.

The long trek to the edge of the Solar System paid off by producing staggering glimpses of alien worlds. When we all first saw the giant mountains of ice on Pluto and vast canyons on Charon, it took the breath away. And the images caught the imagination around the world.

The most powerful answer to the question "why bother?" may be the simplest: the thrill of witnessing discovery is its own reward.

Jul 17 16:43

NZ Government's fingers in the wrong pie

This week the big news has been an inescapable revelation that a hands-off approach to foreign investment in our residential property market has had the predictable result of amplifying inequality.

In this case, the wealthy of Auckland are able to sell their properties to the wealthy of other countries - a cycle that has inevitably locked people in the largely low-wage New Zealand economy right out of the picture.

For those of us who believe one of the Government's primary roles is to ensure its citizens are able to access reasonably priced, warm and safe housing, this has been a monumental fail. But the evidence has been there all along, although rather less visible. State housing is now the focal point of a brand new experimental process that may or may not manage to house the most needy in the city. Meanwhile, some live in garages and mobile lockers with little to no heating.

Jul 17 16:01

Appeal Court orders Attorney-General to issue new directions on sending Dotcom's devices to US

The Court of Appeal has ordered the Attorney-General to issue new directions to the New Zealand police in order to send cloned devices seized from internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom to US authorities, although it's likely to be opposed by the internet entrepreneur.

In a decision released today, Justices Douglas White, Tony Randerson and Lynton Stevens set aside earlier High Court rulings, essentially allowing the Attorney-General to issue new directives to police under the Mutual Assistance in Criminal Matters Act, enabling the remaining seized devices be sent to the US.

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• Attorney-General appeals for release of Kim Dotcom's devices to US

Dotcom and his co-accused Finn Batato, Mathias Ortmann and Bram van der Kolk can then challenge the move in a new judicial review in the High Court if they wish.

Jul 17 16:00

Inquiry needed into police search and seizure conduct (NZ)

This week the High Court at Wellington has been hearing a challenge to the lawfulness of the police's conduct in procuring a search warrant and then conducting a search of Nicky Hager's house.

The allegation (as yet unproven) is that police misled the judge who issued the warrant, breached Hager's rights during the search, and then breached undertakings about what they would do with any items seized during the search.

The outcome is still to be determined, but it seems to be the latest example in a rising tide of cases in which the police and Crown prosecutors have been challenged in respect of the execution of search warrants and the conduct of criminal investigations and prosecutions.

Other high-profile examples include the Red Devils case in Nelson, the John Banks case and the Kim Dotcom raid. In each of those cases, the courts have been critical of the conduct of police or prosecutors, to varying extents.

Jul 17 15:58

Identity clothing chain in receivership

The Identity women's clothing chain, which has 16 stores around the country, has been put into receivership.

The receivers said yesterday afternoon the stores will continue to trade.

Identity was started in 1985 and its website claims it has since "grown to become one of the leading fashion retailers in New Zealand". It stocks products at a range of price points, and its website advertises jackets for more than $500.

Jul 17 15:57

Drone rage puts stomper in court

A stoush over a drone came to a head in a quiet reserve leaving one man in the dock and another's flying craft in tatters.

Aaron Wagstaff was flying his drone in Waikanae on Monday. He paid $1700 for the 30cm-square "Phantom 3" remote-controlled craft to take scenic shots.

After it landed, Simon Done walked over and stomped on it with his right foot, smashing it. He says he was standing up for people's privacy but Mr Wagstaff wasn't convinced.

"I'm not sure why he did it," Mr Wagstaff said yesterday.

"I was just flying it over the river and there was a family watching and asking me questions and then I landed it and he said something about, 'don't you know you're not allowed to fly within 150m of someone'.

"I was picking it up and he came along and stomped on it. I still can't believe it happened to be honest. It was just completely out of the blue."



Jul 17 15:41

Canada boosts Kiev regime with free trade pact

Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper met with his Ukrainian counterpart Arseniy Yatsenyuk in Chelsea, Quebec on Tuesday to announce the conclusion of a free trade pact between the two countries.

The deal will see the elimination of the vast majority of tariffs on the country’s bi-lateral trade, including foodstuffs, manufactures, and wood and forestry items.

Jul 17 15:32

Boeing Ground Tests on Military Tanker Aircraft Reveal More Issues

Boeing Ground Tests on Military Tanker Aircraft Reveal More Issues
Aerospace firm says new design, manufacturing work triggers $835 million pretax charge
By Doug Cameron
Updated July 17, 2015 4:00 p.m. ET

Boeing Co. said it uncovered more issues with its new military tanker aircraft, tripling the total pretax charges from the troubled program to more than $1.2 billion so far as it works to meet its delivery target for the U.S. Air Force.



Jul 17 15:21

The end of FoI? 'Right to know' in peril as Government targets Freedom of Information

The Government’s decision to launch a review of the Freedom of Information Act was widely condemned last night as likely to lead to “more secrecy, more mistakes and bad decisions”.

The unexpected move to set up a review of the law emerged just hours after a FoI request revealed how British pilots were involved in Syrian air strikes – a fact ministers had kept from the public.

Critics argued that a commission was likely to lead to more secrecy – allowing politicians and officials to conceal “bad decisions and mistakes”. They expressed scepticism that the review would be unbiased, given that one of the commissioners, former Labour Foreign Secretary Jack Straw, is an outspoken critic of how the Act is enforced.

Jul 17 15:16

Shipwreck found off North Carolina, possibly from late 1700s

Scientists using underwater vehicles and sonar have found a shipwreck off the North Carolina coast that may date back to the American Revolution, Duke University said Friday.

The expedition led by Duke marine scientist Cindy Van Dover found the previously unknown wreck in mile-deep waters on July 12 using an underwater robot and a manned submarine.

They've found artifacts including an iron chain, glass bottles, an unglazed pottery jug and navigational instruments including a metal compass. Archaeologists who examined photos of the artifacts say the wreck appears to date back as far as the late 18th century, which would make it a rare find.

Jul 17 15:13

The GOP's Biggest Nightmare: Trump Dominates Fox News Poll

Demagogue or not, The Donald continues to gain support among Republicans for the GOP Presidential nomination, according to the latest FOX News poll, and among Republican primary voters, Trump now captures 18 percent: more than his closest competitor, Walker.

Jul 17 14:40

The United States Is A Dying Country

Jul 17 14:22

The strange case of Carlos the Spanish air traffic controller

The mysterious case of Spanish air traffic controller claimed to have been working in Borispol airport (Kiev) when MH17 was shot down and who claims that the Boeing was shot down by military jets on the instruction of the Kiev Junta

Jul 17 14:20

Israel signals may ask for more US military aid over Iran deal

Israel signaled on Friday that it would ask the United States for increased military aid to counter any threats that may arise as result of the international agreement on Iran's nuclear program.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Imagine my shock. Israel asking for more money!

Jul 17 14:18

AIPAC backing group that plans to press Democrats on Iran deal through TV ads

The American Israel Public Affairs Committee is backing an action committee that plans to run TV ads across the country pressing Democrats to oppose the Iran nuclear deal.

Citizens for a Nuclear Free Iran is a 501 (c) (4), a tax designation that includes groups that advance political causes, and it launched its website on Friday.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Funny how the IRS didn't stall their tax-exempt status!



Jul 17 13:48

Greek Guilt and Syriza Perfidy

At this sad and very dangerous juncture of the unfolding events surrounding Greece and the crushing demands of the Troika, it becomes clear that all this would never have come to pass had the Greek people not felt guilty over their country’s debt situation. As a consequence of their feeling guilty since the crisis began in October 2009, the situation is rapidly turning into a human tragedy where an entire people are now faced with likely destruction.

Jul 17 13:40

Greek doctor describes the austerity regime imposed on his country as a "crime against humanity"

In an interview with the UK's Channel 4, a doctor whose hospital has had its budget slashed from €19 million to €7 million says the deal imposed on Greece is 'a crime against humanity'.

Jul 17 13:25

Miami Cops Actively Working to Sabotage Traffic App 'Waze' With Fake Submissions

By Michael Carney

Police in Miami are taking a page out of the vigilante playbook of many Los Angeles communities in an effort to sabotage the crowdsourced traffic app, Waze.

Members of law enforcement around the nation have voiced fears that Waze, which includes reports of police sightings, complete with time and location, represents a threat to their safety...

Jul 17 12:59

Public Trust In The Establishment Has Shattered

Public faith in politicians and their puppet corporate media has been slowly declining for decades thanks to the efforts of dissidents, researchers and activists, and now for the first time the scales have tipped as trust in the establishment is at a record low.

Jul 17 12:40

Newtown Tax Assessors Database: ‘The whole town of Sandy Hook was bought off on Christmas Day 2009?, says investigator

That’s right, on Christmas Day of 2009, when just about every business in the country was closed, numerous real estate transactions for the amount of $0.00 (free) took place in and around the town, most of which included families or public figures, such as Gene Rossen, who were in some way connected to the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting.

“Everybody gets a house for free”, factitiously said one Youtuber in a recent video posted on his channel after researching claims by others, like Youtuber LogicBeforeAuthority, who may have cracked open another part of the mystery surrounding the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting which took place Dec. 14 2012.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The Wayback machine shows now computer activity from the school after 2008, when the school was closed for asbestos contamination!

Jul 17 12:02

Ron Paul warns of coming stock market chaos as bottom falls out of market

Record highs or not, the stock market is in for a major crash in the near future, says former Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul. The economics expert and seasoned defender of liberty told CNBC recently that the Fed's fiat currency creation scheme can only maintain the illusion of economic stability and growth for a time before the bottom completely falls out and the chickens come home to roost.

Jul 17 11:05

The GOP Sugar Daddies of 2016

The GOP candidates all seem to be saying the same thing, because they are all appealing to the same set of billionaires who all want the same things. And the GOP sugar daddies are willing to spend lots of money to get what they want.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Actually, the sugar daddies are donating to BOTH parties, to get what they want regardless of how the people vote!

Jul 17 10:55

Syriza Leader Calls for Pan-European Anti-Austerity Movement

Marina Prentoulis spoke with teleSUR and said support for the Syriza-led government is more important than ever. Marina Prentoulis, spokesperson for Syriza in the U.K., told teleSUR in an exclusive interview Thursday that what is needed is a “pan-European movement” capable of confronting the power of European capital and the neoliberal agenda of European leaders. The Greek parliament voted Thursday in favor of reform measures required by a deal reached between the government of Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and Greece's creditors. Prentoulis argued the Greek government was under extraordinary pressure and that alone there was little it could do to resist the demands of European leaders.

Jul 17 10:55

Lapavitsas Calls for Exit as the Only Strategy for Greek People

In an intense speech in Athens, Costas Lapavitsas says the Syriza plan was to achieve radical change within the Eurozone - and that's impossible.

Jul 17 10:52

Wolfgang Halbig and Sandy Hook: Trick or Treason?

Among the most curious aspects of the Sandy Hook event (which have puzzled many students)include the presence of a sign saying, "Everyone must check in!", Port-a-Potties, boxes of bottled water and pizza cartons in the Firehouse, name tags on lanyards and parents cheerfully bringing their children to the scene of (what was alleged to be) a child-shooting massacre. Wolfgang and his attorney were able to extract from Newtown First Selectman (which is an office), Patricia Llorda, that the sign had been placed there, not by the city, but by Homeland Security, which drew audible gasps from those who were present:

All of this, of course, is consistent with the FEMA manual for the event, which declares there will be a rehearsal on 13 December 2012, where the event will "go live" on 14 December, where it states (in the manual) that everyone must check in and that refreshments and restrooms will be provided. The reason Wolfgang has been unable to obtain information as innocuous as who had provided the Port-a-Potties is because it would have revealed that they were delivered on 13 December, the day before the alleged shooting, which would have thereby exposed the entire hoax. The FOIA hearings were therefore getting too close to the truth and had to be subverted, which was done by the attorney, Monte Frank, elected to Head the Connecticut Bar, which appears to be his reward for managing the cover-up:

Jul 17 10:50

Undercover Vancouver Police officer Mark Horsley uncovers kindness in Downtown Eastside

A police officer who posed as a disabled man to catch thieves plaguing Vancouver's troubled Downtown Eastside was hit with unexpected kindness and compassion instead.

Police launched the undercover assignment last spring after a string of attacks and robberies against people in wheelchairs.

More than half of the crimes occurred in the city's Downtown Eastside, a neighbourhood known for its large homeless population, street drugs, crime and prostitution.

For five days, Staff Sgt. Mark Horsley wheeled through the neighbourhood in a wheelchair. He told people he had a brain injury and couldn't count and wore a waist wallet with money spilling out.

Expecting to encounter street thieves, Horsley, a 30-year police veteran, instead met men and women who looked out for him, gave him money and even prayed for him.

Jul 17 10:39

FLASHBACK - THE "BIG BANG" IS JUST RELIGION DISGUISED AS SCIENCE

Religious circles embraced the idea of an expanding universe because for the universe to be expanding, then at some point in the past it had to originate from a single point, called the "Big Bang". Indeed, the concept of the Big Bang did not originate with Edwin Hubble himself but was proposed by a Catholic Monk, Georges Lema'tre in 1927, two years before Hubble published his observations of the Red Shift.

The "Big Bang" coincided nicely with religious doctrine and just as had been the case with epicycles (and despite the embarrassment thereof) religious institutions sought to encourage this new model of the universe over all others, including the then prevalent "steady state" theory. In 1951 Pope Pius XII declared that Georges Lema'tre's work proved the Christian dogma of divine creation of the universe.

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Jul 17 10:24

NYPD Pushes for Law That Would Turn Anyone They Want Into a Felon

Webmaster addition: New York wants to raise resisting arrest from a misdemeanor to a felony. I would remind New York that the United States Supreme Court ruled in John Bad Elk vs United States that when the police are acting outside the letter of the law and the Constitution, that citizens do have a right to resist, up to and including the use of lethal force!

Jul 17 09:48

House Backs Monsanto and BANS GMO Labeling

By Kristen Anderson

On Tuesday, US food companies and Monsanto sealed a critical victory as the House Agricultural Committee approved a measure that bans the mandatory labeling of genetically modified foods and prevents cities and counties from banning GMO crops within their jurisdictions...

Jul 17 09:45

A POEM FOR GAZA

Jul 17 09:45

To all of my Muslimreaders, Family andFriends..Eid al-Fitre Mubarak!

Hoping and praying for an end to all of the hostilities …

May we all see a REAL Peace with Justice!

Jul 17 09:43

The BBC Film That Exposed Israel's Secret Illegal Nuclear Weapons (FULL Documentary)

Jul 17 09:31

Apache Stronghold caravan seeks to save sacred site from mining giant

The San Carlos Apache community held a rally in Tucson, Ariz., to save Oak Flat, a sacred site in the Tonto National Forest that is endangered by a planned copper mine

Jul 17 09:23

Can Simply Living Near a Fracking Site Send You to the Hospital?

People living near "unconventional gas and oil drilling" operations were more likely to be hospitalized for heart, nervous system, and other medical conditions than those who were not in proximity to those sites, a new study published Wednesday has found.

Jul 17 09:23

Australia’s 'sunshine state' covered in snow during record cold snap

Icy blasts of wind have led to an unusual blanket of heavy snowfall across Queensland – which typically calls itself the “sunshine state” – during some of the coldest winter weather in decades.

Parts of eastern Australia recorded their lowest temperatures in more than forty years, as Queenslanders – more familiar with sunny beaches and drought – received several inches of snow.

Jul 17 09:21

War on Twitter: #BoycottGermany trending over #BoycottGreece

Social media’s response to Germany’s hardline approach during the Greece bailout crisis wasn’t long in coming, as Twitter users called for a boycott of German products. A corresponding hashtag has been used more than 32,500 times.

The harsh conditions imposed on Greece as part of the third bailout proposal by European creditors has inspired Twitter users to start a #BoycottGermany campaign. According to web analytics service Topsy, the hashtag gained over 16,000 entries on Monday alone.

Jul 17 09:20

German lawmakers back starting talks on fresh Greek aid in test votes

Schaeuble says temporary Grexit may still be better option

* German lawmakers to vote on opening talks on Friday

* Conservatives, SPD back starting negotiations in test votes

* Merkel faces growing resistance from conservative bloc (Recasts with conservative and SPD test ballots)

Jul 17 09:16

China Announces Massive 57% Increase in Official Gold Reserves

Now we know why the cartel has mercilessly hammered the gold market over the past 2-3 weeks, as this morning China officially announced a 57% increase in its Official Gold Reserves in May, revising their gold holdings upwards by 604 metric tonnes from 1054 metric tonnes to 1658 in “one month”

Jul 17 09:09

The Chattanooga Event Is a CIA/ISIS False Flag Operation

With regard to this event coinciding with Jade Helm, do you think this makes American soldiers, everywhere, more or less likely to carry out heinous acts against American citizens when ordered to do so, with regard to the Jade Helm drill?

People, in the name of self-preservation will do the unthinkable! I have just suggested one possible motive. And where we see ISIS involvement, the CIA is not far away. No doubt, some will say that the last statement is too conspiratorial. However, let me remind you that I have twice interviewed Scott Bennett and this operation has the CIA’s fingerprints all over it.

ISIS Is Funded By the CIA and Scott Bennett Can Can Prove It: ISIS is funded by the CIA, so says Scott Bennett who was a U.S. Army Special Operations Officer (11th Psychological Operations Battalion, Civil Affairs-Psychological Operations Command), and a global psychological warfare-counterterrorism analyst, formerly with defense contractor Booz Allen Hamilton.

Jul 17 09:03

Wicked WikiLeaks leaks considered harmful: Alert over malware lurking in dumped docs

Unfortunately, no one appears to have had the time to scrub the five million Stratfor emails, which date back to 2004, clean of malware.

Josh Wieder, a sysadmin who found a load of bad code in the Stratfor leaks, fears journalists, activists, researchers and anyone else curious enough to peruse the disclosed data may end up infecting themselves with a software nasty.

El Reg has verified that the documents identified by Wieder are dangerous. It's possible there are more infected files lurking in WikiLeaks' databases of unfiltered data.

For example, take this internal memo dated February 2011 about Cyrenaica and Tripolitania, two regions of conflict-torn Libya. The attached Microsoft Word document triggers malware alarms on VirusTotal because it includes a code-execution exploit for Microsoft Office on Windows and Mac (CVE-2010-3333).

Jul 17 09:01

AIPAC to fight White House head-to-head in Congress over Iran deal

Jul 17 08:59

Republicans blame Obama policies for rise in domestic terrorism

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Which in the context of these attacks being staged false-flag hoaxes, is actually kind of accurate!

Jul 17 08:58

VIDEO: Obama Supporters Advocate Tearing Down “Racist” Mount Rushmore

Media analyst Mark Dice told the beachgoers that President Obama had issued an executive order to “tear down Mount Rushmore, this racist, white supremacist monument.”

Asked whether this was a good idea, one woman responded, “Absolutely, racism is bullshit as well as gay marriage not being legalized.”

She even went on to support the notion that the four presidents currently depicted on Mount Rushmore should be replaced with homosexuals or “anti-racist anything.”

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Jul 17 08:55

FLASHBACK - Media Brainwashing - News simply repeats the same taglines & phrases OVER and OVER

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"Repeat after me, 'The corporate media is not controlled. The corporate media is not controlled. The corporate media is not controlled.'" -- Official White Horse Souse

Jul 17 08:51

White House official in charge of Obamacare rollout hired as health insurance lobbyist

Marilyn Tavenner, former director of HealthCare.Gov and administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, was unanimously selected as the new CEO of America’s Health Insurance Plans (AHIP), a leading health insurance lobbying organization. Like her predecessors, Tavenner continues the trend of former White House officials joining the ranks of highly profitable corporate businesses.

Jul 17 08:49

Senators fear Obama may bypass congress to work with U.N. on Iranian deal

Samantha Power, U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, has circulated the draft for a U.N. resolution that would end international sanctions on Iran once the International Atomic Energy Agency verifies its compliance with a deal curbing its nuclear program. But a bi-partisan letter was sent from a Republican chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and a ranking Democrat on that committee to President Barack Obama on Thursday saying their committee must review the Iranian deal before it's brought to the U.N.

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Jul 17 08:41

Israeli-made air-to-air missile may have downed MH17 - report

A report on Malaysian Airlines MH17 air disaster in Ukraine last year by a group of old-hand aviation security experts maintains that the Boeing might have been downed by an Israeli Python air-to-air missile.

Jul 17 08:34

NY Times: We Hack Everyone with WebRTC

The NY Times has recently come under fire for exploiting a known web vulnerability against all website visitors involving WebRTC.

The NY Times is collecting every local IP even VPN users by taking advantage of a well documented exploit against WebRTC. The Times is even using clunky and poorly written JavaScript to carry out their attack.

Jul 17 08:31

The Constitution of the EU’s Dictatorship

That’s the treaty establishing (which was originally done in 2012) the ultimate lending-fund for what the EU now officially considers to be a permanent economic crisis in Europe, of member-nations that are experiencing “severe financing problems,” and that are therefore continually ripe for asset-stripping by aristocrats.
It’s called the European Stability Mechanism.

Jul 17 08:26

UK mass surveillance laws are unlawful, it's official

In what will be seen as a big win for privacy activists everywhere, a challenge brought by MPs David Davis and Tom Watson has now been proven legitimate. The High Court ruled today that sections 1 and 2 of Dripa are unlawful because they breach Articles 7 and 8 of the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights.

"The court has recognised what was clear to many last year, that the government's hasty and ill-thought through legislation is fatally flawed," said triumphant MP for Haltemprice and Howden, Davis. "They will now have to rewrite the law to require judicial or independent approval before accessing innocent people's data, reflecting the new consensus amongst experts in the Anderson and RUSI reports. This change will improve both privacy and security, as whilst the government gave Parliament one day to consider its law, the court has given almost nine months."

Jul 17 08:24

10 Things That Cost Much More Than Our Trip To Pluto

Pluto and the New Horizons probe have been the stars of the week, and an odd sidebar from CBS Minnesota on the voyage has been going viral. Reporter Pat Kessler observed that the 9-plus-year voyage cost $720 million—which just so happens to be a good deal less than what was spent to build the new Vikings stadium: $1 billion. And that $720 million got us more than just the time in space. NASA itself explains that the funds were and will be spent over the period from 2001 to 2016 on everything from spacecraft development to data analysis to public outreach. Here are nine more things that cost more.

Jul 17 08:21

AIPAC Cancels Staff Vacations in Push To Kill Iran Deal

Cancel your summer vacations.

That was the order AIPAC’s executive director, Howard Kohr, gave his employees in a staff meeting convened this week at the American Israel Public Affairs Committee after the United States announced the Iran nuclear deal.

With the influential pro-Israel lobby group pushing for Congress to reject the deal negotiated by the Obama administration, it’s all hands on deck. Lay leaders, too, are canceling their summer plans, and AIPAC activists already are calling lawmakers and hitting synagogue listservs with appeals to can the plan.

The two months that Congress has to review the deal will feature a pitched battle pitting the Obama administration and backers of the agreement against opponents and the Israeli government.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

the Israeli government should mind its own @#^%ing business!

Jul 17 08:20

Deputy FM: Western Wall to become part of every official visit

Tzipi Hotovely is looking to revise the current diplomatic protocol, and mandate that all future visits include an escorted trip to the Western Wall. The current protocol requires that dignitaries visit Herzl's grave and Yad Vashem.

Jul 17 08:17

David Rubin - Five Reasons to Attack Iran

As details of the agreement with Iran continue to emerge, it becomes more and more evident that the deal is an existential danger to the survival of the State of Israel. While it is seems clear that US President Barack Obama will be preparing a compensation package to placate Israel and other concerned nations in the Middle East, this will only increase the arms race in the region, thereby making nuclear conflict more likely, as the Persian Gulf nations will now feel compelled to achieve nuclear capability to counter the Iranian threat.

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Okay, David, if you really feel that way about it... Here's your rifle. Here's your parachute. We ran out of the desert camo but here's a bright da-glo orange jumpsuit from the CIA's torture centers. Watch your head climbing into that transport aircraft, and we will call Tehran and tell them you are on your way to kick their butts all by yourself.

But We The People remember the lies about stolen incubators that tricked us into the first invasion of Iraq.

We The People remember the lies about Saddam's nuclear weapons, echoed by Netanyahu, that tricked us into the second invasion of Iraq.

We The People remember how only a year ago Obama and Kerry tried to trick us into war with Syria with more lies about poison gas.

We The People remember how there weren't really torpedoes in the Gulf of Tonkin or a Spanish mine in Havana Harbor, but how there really WERE weapons on board the Lusitania.

We The People remember how Israel lied about the Lavon affair and the attack on the USS Liberty

We The People remember how Israel has been screaming that Iran is just six months away from a nuclear weapon ... since the 1980s.



Israeli newspaper from 1984, "Iranian nuclear bomb enters final manufacturing phase"

We The People remember that Iran has not launched a war of aggression against another nation in over 200 years, and we remember that the US and Israel cannot seem to go six months without bombing or invading someone!

In short, We The People remember all the lies, frauds, and deceptions used to trick us into wars of conquest, to send our young people out to die in wars created out of thin air by and for the money-junkies and for Israel. I think it is time that we have a new rule; that those who want war are the first to the front lines. You are splendidly brave with the lives of other peoples' children. Let's see the true measure of your courage and commitment to war.

You first!

Jul 17 08:11

Angela Merkel makes a 14-year old Palestinian girl cry by telling her she is not welcome in Germany

A video has gone viral on social media of German Chancellor Angela Merkel in a high school gymnasium bringing a teenage Palestinian refugee to tears after telling her that she is not welcome in Germany. What comes next is cringe inducing. Merkel tries to “hug” the teen named Reem Sahwil, 14, then settles on awkwardly stroking her arm. Thus, the hashtag #merkelstreichelt (Merkel strokes) along with images mocking the petting chancellor ensued.

Jul 17 08:10

'Was there a 2nd plane?' New footage shows MH17 crash site minutes after Boeing downing

The text cites a rebel commander as saying that "the Sukhoi [fighter jet] brought down the plane and we brought down the Sukhoi."

Later on, the man is quoted as saying that "there’s two planes taken down,” while a voice in the background says, "the fighter jet brought down this one [MH17 Boeing], and our people brought down the fighter. They [the Ukrainians] decided to do it this way, to make it look like we have brought down the plane."

According to the transcript, there were also between two and "five parachute jumpers" who landed at the nearby Grabove village. These included a pilot “roaming about Rassypnoe" [a nearby village] and a commander ordering his men go and get him immediately.

Jul 17 08:06

GOING VIRAL! The Little Case that Threatened the Entire Banking System.

Mr. Morgan (the Bank’s only witness) admitted that all of the money or credit which was used as a consideration was created upon their books, that this was standard banking practice exercised by their bank in combination with the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, another private Bank, further that he knew of no United States Statute or Law that gave the Plaintiff the authority to do this.

So a straightforward simple case with very straightforward allegations. The case was tried to a jury. They found against the bank. Basically finding that the bank WAS NOT ENTITLED TO POSSESSION because it hadn’t given ANY CONSIDERATION (something of tangible value) when it made the mortgage!!

Jul 17 08:02

FLASHBACK - First pictures emerge of Ukrainian pilot pro-Russian rebels claim downed MH17 killing all 298 victims on board

A picture has emerged of the Ukrainian pilot alleged to have been the 'executioner' of MH17
The Russian Investigative Committee is calling for Captain Vladislav Voloshin to take a lie detector test
A'secret witness' say he took off in a combat jet, armed with missiles
When he returned he was 'scared' saying MH17 was in the wrong place

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MH17 in the "wrong place?" What was Captain Vladislav Voloshin supposed to be shooting at that looks like a passenger jet painted white with blue and red trim?!?

As it happens, Russian President Vladimir Putin was flying through the same area on that very day, returning home from a six day visit to Cuba and South America. Putin's Presidential jet is based on the Ilyushin 96. The IL-96 is a passenger jet, and is painted with a similar color scheme to the Malaysian 777. At a distance, they could easily have been confused for one another!



So Kiev wanted to murder Putin, to throw the Russian government into turmoil while Kiev reconquered the east (and possibly Crimea), but botched the operation, shooting down MH17 instead, then tried to drop the blame on Russia.

Jul 17 08:00

MH17 One Year On: What Really Happened and Why

However, upon closer examination of the facts surrounding this case, an alternative set of conclusions can be drawn from this event – one which points to the very strong possibility that what the world really witnessed last year was a classic ‘false flag’ event – an attempted slight-of-hand bit of military trickery designed to cast blame on one party for a crime that was really committed by another. It wouldn’t be the first time that this type of sub-plot was put into motion to advance a world power’s geopolitical objectives.

The term false flag, or “black flag”, is most common in naval battles, and describes the historic covert, military use of a flag other than the perpetrator’s true flag colors as a type of ruse de guerre – designed to deceive and confuse in order to provide a fake ‘moral high ground’ in the theater of mass public opinion.

Jul 17 07:58

911 What you didn't Know we already Knew

Jul 17 07:54

LIVE from GREECE: Greek People Victims Of Political Games

In general, people describe the current economic situation as hopeless; there is no outlook for growth whatsoever. Everyone agrees that this crisis will go on for many years before the country can see any economic improvement.

If anything, people are extremely frustrated. That remains underexposed in the media. The frustration comes from the fact that the masses believe they are disadvantaged with the ongoing reforms. People understand they have to contribute (by paying taxes for instance) to fight the crisis, but it has to happen equally: the ones who benefited most during the years of excesses should contribute proportionately more. And that is not happening. Even with this extreme left government led by Syriza, it is simply not happening.

Jul 17 07:50

ANNIVERSARY FLASHBACK - U.K. The Mysterious Death of Dr David Kelly: Damning New Evidence Points to a Cover-up by Tony Blair's Government

Many believe the truth about the manner of Dr Kelly's death has never been established properly. Some even fear that the 59-year-old, the world's leading expert in biological and chemical
weapons, was murdered.

Of course, it would be easy to dismiss these skeptics as wild conspiracy theorists but for the fact they include eminent doctors and MPs.

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In March of 2003, the US and its international gang members invaded Iraq for the second time, selling the war to the public with the claim that Saddam Hussein had nuclear weapons of mass destruction, banned by the United Nations, and could destroy the US and UK with just 45 minutes' warning! Although it is widely accepted today that these claims of nuclear weapons were a complete lie used to justify what was actually a war to seize control of Iraq's oil to stop it from being sold for the Euro (which the UN had authorized just the year before), in mid 2003 the growing suspicions of deception were still being denounced by the government and by the presstitutes and whorespondents of the corporate media as "conspiracy theories", and those who asked pertinent questions as "tin-foil hat wearing kooks."

Attention quickly focused on the document produced by Tony Blair's office, since called the "Dodgy Dossier", claiming that Saddam had weapons of mass destruction. This was prompted by the revelation that it was actually copied from a hopelessly outdated student thesis (as publicly revealed by the student) and the leaking of the Downing Street Memo which made it clear that claims about WMDs were propaganda fixed around an already existing decision to launch a war of conquest into Iraq.

Public outcry forced the British Government to launch an investigation which found that Iraq had fully complied with the UN Resolution to dispose of its weapons of mass destruction, that Iraq never had nuclear weapons, and had destroyed their stockpiles of chemical weapons (most of which were given to Iraq by the US to use against Iran). This meant the US/UK invasion was not only totally unjustified but illegal as well. Key to the British Inquiry was weapons inspector Dr. David Kelly who resisted pressure to support the propaganda lie and provided clear documentation of the results of the inspections carried out by himself and his fellow team mates in trying to find the weapons Bush and Blair had insisted were there. The British inquiry concluded that Bush and Blair had lied. Then, on July 17th, 2003, Dr. Kelly, relaxing after his harrowing ordeal, went for a walk, and never returned home, His body was found the following day, and immediately declared to be a suicide, a combination of taking an overdose of pills followed by the slashing of his wrist.

But there were problems with the official story, starting with why Dr. Kelly would consider suicide when the stresses of the inquiry were now over? Paramedics at the scene where the body was found insisted it had been moved post-mortem, and found EKG sensors still taped to his chest! Dr. Kelly's family insisted he was not suicidal. The packages of pills found in Dr. Kelly's pocket did not have his fingerprints on them! And one of the other UN weapons inspectors reported that Dr. Kelly was on a "hit list" because of things he knew that had not yet been made public! And it was reported than a British agent had admitted Kelly had been "exterminated." At that point, both the US and UK governments simply ignored the matter while the corporate media continued to scream "You are all tin-foil hat wearing KOOKS!"

Jul 17 07:34

FBI Tracked Chattanooga Shooter's Family for Years

By Tony Cartalucci

Once again, another convenient shooting has helped supercharge anger, hatred, fear, and division across the Western World after an alleged "Islamist extremist" opened fire on and killed 4 US Marines at a recruiting station in Chattanooga, Tennessee...

Jul 17 07:15

Britain says its pilots conducted Syria air strikes

British pilots have taken part in air strikes against Islamic State militants in Syria, the defence ministry said on Friday, angering some lawmakers who two years ago refused to back military action there.

The ministry said pilots had taken part in Syrian missions on behalf of its allies, the United States and Canada, and were "effectively operating as foreign troops".

Prime Minister David Cameron, who knew of the pilots' role, failed to get approval from lawmakers in 2013 for military action in Syria. Britain conducts regular attacks in neighbouring Iraq.

"There is an element of sophistry going on here ... at the very minimum, an insensitivity to parliament's will," John Baron, a lawmaker from Cameron's Conservative Party, told BBC radio.

Jul 17 07:09

TWA 800 - THE MAGIC WINGBOX - WHY THE OFFICIAL STORY CONTRADICTS ITSELF.

For the claimed center fuel tank explosion to have been the initiating event that resulted in CW-504 being at the start of the debris field, then at least two of the three main wing structural elements were broken by that event, probably all three (not to mention the thinner spars inside the tank itself). The NTSB's report actually reports that the front spar and spanwise beam #3 spars were torn loose by the supposed initiating explosion.

According to my sources at Boeing, even if the rear spar was undamaged, the loss of the two forwardsupports makes the plane unflyable! The wings will fail under the loading of level flight, let alone a high G pitch up maneuver.

This makes the claim of a zoom climb of 3000 feet following the loss of the nose not only aerodynamically impossible, but structurally impossible as well.

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Jul 17 07:05

ANNIVERSARY FLASHBACK - Was TWA 800 Shot Down By a Military Missile?

In 1996 TWA Flight 800 was shot down south of Long Island.

The government of the United States, despite the embarrassment of having been caught in court rigging lab tests and lying in its reports, still officially attributes the disaster to a spark in the center fuel tank, while government spokespeople insist that the witnesses who saw a missile hit the jumbo jet are all drunks.

Jul 17 06:01

No Big Bang? Quantum equation predicts universe has no beginning

The universe may have existed forever, according to a new model that applies quantum correction terms to complement Einstein's theory of general relativity. The model may also account for dark matter and dark energy, resolving multiple problems at once.

Jul 17 05:47

Plea From the Past: Message on Door May Be From Couple Hiding During Holocaust

As he carefully unscrewed thin-wood panels off a client's bathroom door, contractor Jelle Kapitein said he was astonished when it revealed a heartrending message possibly left behind by a Jewish couple hiding during the Holocaust.
Note: holocau$t again!

Jul 17 04:52

Report: UN Troops tackle man in Alabama Walmart

Over the course of the last several years many in the alternative media have worried about United Nations soldiers working within the United States to eventually take part in a martial law takeover.

Jul 17 02:21

Goldman Sachs bankers are showing Jeb Bush the money

The Wall Street bank was Jeb Bush’s top source of funds in the second quarter.

Goldman Sachs bankers want Jeb Bush to make it all the way to the White House, and they’re opening up their check books to make it happen.

Jul 16 19:55

Did swine flu jabs give scores of children a crippling sleeping sickness? Chloe and Sam are two of 100 Britons thought to have developed narcolepsy after having injection

Chloe Glasson is 16 years old but she cannot take a bath unsupervised. Nor can she travel on public transport. She’ll never learn to drive, and her hopes of going to university to train as a teacher, let alone living independently, are in tatters.

For Chloe has been diagnosed with narcolepsy — a rare disorder that affects the brain’s ability to regulate the normal sleep-wake cycle.

It was brought on, she believes, by her being given the Pandemrix vaccine in 2009 to inoculate against swine flu.

Chloe is one of around 100 Britons, mostly children, believed to have been affected, with thousands more worldwide.

Jul 16 19:47

Phone fraudsters pose as experts from Apple: Criminals trick users into handing over bank details after ringing them at home to warn their data is at risk

A surge in fraud has been fuelled by conmen stealing hundreds of thousands of pounds from computer users by posing as engineers for legitimate companies such as Apple and Microsoft.

In an elaborate phone scam, fraudsters pretending to be computer security experts working for top companies telephone trusting people at home to tell them they are at risk of a threat.

The cyber-criminals trick the unsuspecting victims into believing they have a technical problem with their devices which can be fixed remotely for a small fee.

They then deceive the person into handing over their debit or credit card details to pay for so-called ‘repairs’ – but instead fleece money from their accounts.

Jul 16 19:32

Britain gives Saudi Arabia bombs for Yemen raids

Britain is providing precision-guided bombs to Saudi Arabia to use in airstrikes against rebel targets in Yemen.

Earl Howe, the defence minister, said that British forces were not participating directly in Saudi-led military operations against the Iran-backed Houthi rebels in Yemen, in a written response to a House of Lords question.

The minister added: “But we are providing technical support, precision-guided weapons and exchanging information with the Saudi Arabian armed forces through pre-existing arrangements.

Jul 16 18:59

A Full-Blown Global Debt Crisis: The Bankruptcy Of The Planet Accelerates – 24 Nations Are Currently Facing A Debt Crisis And And There Are 14 More That Are Rapidly Heading Toward One

There has been so much attention on Greece in recent weeks, but the truth is that Greece represents only a very tiny fraction of an unprecedented global debt bomb which threatens to explode at any moment. As you are about to see, there are 24 nations that are currently facing a full-blown debt crisis, and there are 14 more that are rapidly heading toward one.

Jul 16 18:49

US, Europe consider ISIS major threat; for Israel it's Iran's nuclear program

Islamic State is terrorising the United States and European countries more than global climate change, reveals a survey conducted by the Pew Research Center on Tuesday.
In the survey, which was conducted in 40 countries, majority of the population in 19 nations cited climate change as their biggest concern. However, 68 percent respondents in US and 70 percent in Europe cited Islamic State as their top threat.

Jul 16 18:47

Iran deal debate a choice between diplomacy and war: Barack Obama

Slamming the critics of the Iran nuclear deal, US President Barack Obama has said they failed to offer an alternative to the historic pact and were at odds with 99 per cent of the world, as he asserted that the debate over the issue was a choice between diplomacy and war
"With this deal, we have the possibility of peacefully resolving a major threat to regional and international security.

Jul 16 17:18

North Africa about to be hit by USA drone programme

The US military’s Africa Command (AFRICOM) is preparing to develop at least one new US drone and Special Forces base in North Africa, according to military officials cited by the Wall Street Journal.

The new base would initially host surveillance drones, but could soon be expanded to launching attack drones and Special Forces ground troops. New cadres of US military and intelligence forces stationed in North Africa would gather intelligence about targets associated with Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS or ISIL), US officials told the Journal.

Jul 16 17:12

Software flaws on Marine F-35s no bar to combat, Pentagon says

Five years after the first F-35s were supposed to be declared combat-ready, the Pentagon's top weapons buyer says the fighter jet's operating software is ready to go "with some minor workarounds" that need to be remedied later.

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I wonder how the pilots expected to take the plane into combat feel about the "workarounds?"

Jul 16 17:09

In it together? Slimey 10% pay rise approved for British MPs while people starve

MPs will receive a pay rise from £67,060 to £74,000 which will be backdated to May 8, the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority (ISPA) has announced.

The rise of 10 percent has been approved despite fierce criticism from MPs and the Prime Minister himself.

Jul 16 17:01

Having a College Degree Might Make it Harder to Buy a Home

A new study from Trulia shows that those with a college degree are not saving up for their 20% down payment on their first house any faster than those without a college degree.

Jul 16 16:59

Greece: Bailout Still Far Away

Unless Greece commits to more economic reforms, Europe is not likely to offer a bailout to the country again.

Jul 16 15:46

Rita Katz chimes in with more Chattanooga propaganda!

Shooter in #ChattanoogaShooting posted on a blog urging muslims to have comprehensive view of Islam highlighting fighting & preaching.

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If Rita Katz and SITE are involved, that confirms this is a hoax.

Jul 16 15:24

The Only Thing Growing Is Debt

None of this is really new. US manufacturing has in fact been weak for a while. But the timing and circumstances make it ominous: Six years into a recovery and with interest rates at record (and unnaturally) low levels, this kind of gradual slowdown should not be happening

Jul 16 15:24

CBS To Dump Radio Jobs

Jul 16 15:18

Jurors Reach Verdict in Trial of Colorado Theater Shooter James Holmes

Guilty of First Degree Murder.

Jul 16 15:15

Welfare cheat Prince Philip once again shows disdain for humanity

Why these people are given $ millions each year in tax payer money is beyond me...

Jul 16 15:12

Creepy : 2016 campaign tech monitoring what you do online — instantaneously…

Presidential campaigns this time around have a new technological ace in the hole — you. -- Building off two decades of digital wizardry, the campaigns are getting ready to monitor and analyze most of what you do online instantaneously. And if you forward certain political emails to your Aunt Maggie in Iowa or your old college roommate in Ohio, they’ll reward you for doing it.

Jul 16 15:06

Trump would end ‘gun free zones’ on military bases

Donald Trump was unfortunately proven right on another one of his top issues Thursday: “gun free zones” at military bases.

Jul 16 15:01

The Bankruptcy Of The Planet Accelerates – 24 Nations Are Currently Facing A Debt Crisis

There has been so much attention on Greece in recent weeks, but the truth is that Greece represents only a very tiny fraction of an unprecedented global debt bomb which threatens to explode at any moment. As you are about to see, there are 24 nations that are currently facing a full-blown debt crisis, and there are 14 more that are rapidly heading toward one.

Jul 16 15:01

The Latest: Biden Pledges US Will Get to Bottom of Shooting

Vice President Joe Biden says the United States will get to the bottom of the shootings that killed at least four Marines in Chattanooga.

Biden says the young Marines killed were part of what he's calling "probably the most incredible generation that this country has seen." He's pointing out that more than 4 million Americans have signed up for military service since 9/11, even though they knew they'd almost certainly be put in harm's way.

Biden says the families of those troops have already given a lot to the country.

Biden is asking Americans to keep the families of the victims in their prayers.

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Jul 16 14:58

Eastern Australia's ongoing cold snap sees homeless move north

Homeless people from Australia's south which is experiencing a record and sustained cold snap are heading north to warmer areas.

Successive Antarctic cold fronts have dumped snow and freezing rain in the southern states of Victoria and Queensland and seen temperatures drop below zero in many areas and as low as five degrees in usually warmer coastal areas at night.

But the wind chill factor has made conditions much colder and it was reported by Fairfax Media on Thursday that one Sydney homeless woman died from hypothermia last week, and was not murdered as police first thought.

Jul 16 14:56

Metro delays, Pori panel, 2nd coldest summer and 6th place reputation

Next, the country’s leading daily Helsingin Sanomat reports that the summer of 2015 may just go down as the second-coldest summer on record, as Finland has only had four days where the temperature has reached more than 25 degrees Celsius so far. “If you measure the summer in terms of the number of very warm days, this summer is not quite the worst ever, however. In 1962, Finland only had three days over 25C all summer,” says the paper’s meteorologist Annina Törmä.

Many locations in Finland haven’t even made it past the 25 degree mark yet this summer. Even Oulu, which is known for its high summer temps, has only seen a high of 23. The temperature reached 30 degrees Celsius at nine observation stations in Finland on only one day this summer, July 3rd.

Jul 16 14:38

European Agency to Investigate HPV Vaccines

By Norma Erickson

Sunday, July 12th Svenska Dagbladet (a Swedish newspaper) released a story giving hope to hundreds of Danish families whose lives turned upside-down when their daughters began to experience multiple new medical conditions after HPV vaccine injections. This newspaper announced the European Medicines Agency (EMA) was launching a probe into possible side effects of the highly controversial HPV vaccines. Finally, these families believed they might get some answers as to why their daughters had transformed from healthy athletic girls to mere shadows of their former selves...

Jul 16 14:38

Deutsche Bank probed by UK regulator for ‘laundering Russian cash’

Britain’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has begun an investigation into whether Deutsche Bank breached anti money laundering laws for its Moscow clients, it has emerged.

The Financial Times reports the inquiry focuses on the bank’s so-called mirror trades executed in London and Moscow.

Jul 16 14:31

MEGA PUKE FACTOR 9 BEX ALERT - ISIS tweets “Chattanooga” as gunman begins shooting there; 4 murdered

Tweet image thanks to Pamela Geller

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And that is all you need to know!

Take a look at the graphic on the tweet.


That is professional level graphics, courtesy of an ad agency!

Jul 16 13:40

IMF - Greek Debt Untenable

Overwhelming Greek debt is a time bomb sure to explode. It's unsustainable. It's just a question of when the Hellenic Republic implodes - crushed under the weight of a deepening financial burden no nation can bear indefinitely - especially ones with no control over their monetaryIt's got most House and Senate members convinced. It's working on others directly and through its Lobby - applying their usual heavy-handed pressure.

Jul 16 13:28

Note the “no firearms” sign on the door…

Glad to see the gun free zones are working, Gun free zone signs = easy pickings…anytime…anywhere. Service uniforms make our men and women targets. Arm them. (that is if this wasn't a false flag...)

Jul 16 12:59

The German Siege Of Greece Begins (No, This Is Not A Repeat From 1941)

Did you notice that Greece’s creditors are not rushing to offer the Greeks a new deal in the wake of the stunning referendum result on Sunday? In fact, it is being reported that the initial reaction to the “no” vote from top European politicians was “a thunderous silence“. Needless to say, the European elite were not pleased by how the Greek people voted, but they still have all of the leverage. In particular, it is the Germans that are holding all of the cards. If the Germans want to cave in and give the Greeks the kind of deal that they desire, everyone else would follow suit. And if the Germans want to maintain a hard line with Greece, they can block any deal from happening all by themselves. So in the final analysis, this is really an economic test of wills between Germany and Greece, and time is on Germany’s side. Germany doesn’t have to offer anything new.

Jul 16 12:50

The last days of “normal life” in America: “We are moving into hard times unlike anything we have ever seen before”

If you have got family and friends that you would like to visit before things start getting really crazy, you should do so within the next couple of months, because these are the last days of “normal life” in America.

Jul 16 12:46

Psychologists adjusted ethics code to Pentagon & CIA post 9/11 torture – report

The US’s leading professional psychologists’ organization helped justify CIA and Pentagon torture programs

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