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"I will not attack your doctrines nor your creeds if they accord liberty to me. If they hold thought to be dangerous - if they aver that doubt is a crime, then I attack them one and all, because they enslave the minds of men.

I attack the monsters, the phantoms of imagination that have ruled the world. I attack slavery. I ask for room -- room for the human mind." -- Robert G. Ingersoll, The Ghosts and Other Lectures

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Aug 31 16:28

Bt cotton: Govt admits Monsanto never had patent in India

kinda like Nestle's expired permit snip: Once indigenous Bt varieties are developed, the seeds now available at 800 for a 450 gram pack could be sold at 100 a kg, say experts. Also, after buying seeds the first time, farmers could save seeds from each crop for reuse next year, thus saving a major amount.

Aug 31 16:16

Back To School Vaccine Hysteria Culminates In Hunt For Unvaccinated Kids

Due to increased mandatory vaccination legislation, parents are being politely threatened by the corporate-sponsored press, the CDC and the school systems that they had better get jabs for their children. In many cases, such as in California, it's the law. In cases where it's not completely mandatory, veiled threats and social pressure…

Aug 31 16:14

Explosion reported in Dongying, China

This is a breaking news article. Please check back for updates.

An explosion erupted in an industrial zone in China's Dongying City on Monday, local media outlets reported.

The Twitter account for People's Daily reported the explosion in Dongying's Lijin county, in Shandong province. The city's population stands at about 2 million.

State radio said in a Weibo microblog post that a single blast occurred at a chemical plant in the city shortly before midnight, according to Reuters.



Aug 31 15:48

Something Just Happened In The Silver Market

From 2011 to 2014, the net increase of Global Silver ETFs was a paltry 34.1 Moz compared to a staggering 788.2 Moz of Silver Bar & Coin demand. This proves, investors rather purchase physical silver than take their chances playing in the Paper Silver ETF market.

Here is the net change between these two periods:

Global Silver ETFs: 2007-2010 vs 2011-2014 = 92% decline

Silver Bar & Coin: 2007-2010 vs 2011-2014 = 70% increase

Aug 31 15:32

Gold Coming Off the LBMA Spiked Last Week



Aug 31 15:31

Flashback: A foot of snow hits parts of Australia as the country endures its lowest temperatures for 40 years as its winter begins

It got as cold as 6.1 degrees Celsius in the City of Sydney, making it the chilliest morning the region has seen since 1987. Falls Creek in Victoria also received 20cm of snow overnight and Mount Buller recorded8cm, while Melbourne got off to its coldest morning in almost 40 years.

Aug 31 15:26

Early snow on Erciyes

As temperatures across the country dip lower than seasonal norms, the first snow of the season over the weekend was recorded on Mount Erciyes in Kayseri. Local businessmen are happy about the snow on Erciyes, which at 3,916 meters is one of the country's principle winter sports centers, and expect a good tourism season this winter. Erciyes Ltd CEO Murat Cahid C?ng? said snow precipitation was recorded above 3,400 meters, adding: "Below the summit until 3,400 meters everywhere is white. It can easily be seen from the city center. Last year the first snow was recorded in mid-September. We expect better snow this year because the first precipitation happened 15 days early."

Aug 31 15:22

Winter 2015: Freezing, wind-blasted, snowbound and flooded

Between June 23 and 26 temperatures plunged in the Mackenzie Country and Central Otago. Pukaki dropped to -19.8 degrees Celsius, while Tara Hills, near Omarama, got as cold as -21C. That was the lowest temperature officially recorded in this country - excluding high altitude stations - in 20 years and the fourth lowest ever.

During the period three of the 10 lowest temperatures - other than at high elevation alpine sites - ever recorded in New Zealand were experienced.

Aug 31 15:11

Are Russians Sending Military Support To Syria? Potential For Conflict With NATO?

By Brandon Turbeville

If reports coming from YNet News are accurate, the Syrian crisis just became more complex and more dangerous. The report would be great news for the Assad government, however, as it suggests that, in addition to providing Syria with six new MIG 31 jets and providing satellite images with the SAA, the Russians will also be delivering an expeditionary force of Russian soldiers.

YNet claims that the Russian force will be made up of fighter pilots, attack helicopter pilots, advisors, technicians, logistics personnel, instructors, and members of the aerial protection division. The forces are to be stationed at a permanent base in Syria. Although the Russians already maintain the Port of Tartus, YNet suggests that the new base of operations will be an “Assad-controlled” location in an area surrounding Damascus...



Aug 31 14:33

High Drug Prices Are Killing Americans

All across the country, Americans are finding that the prices of the prescription drugs they need are soaring. Tragically, doctors tell us that many of their patients can no longer afford their medicine. As a result, some get sicker. Others die.

A new Kaiser Health poll shows that most Americans think prescription drug costs in this country are unreasonable, and that drug companies put profits before people. Want to know something? They're right.



Aug 31 14:31

Yes, a Warmer Arctic Means Cold Winters Elsewhere. Here's How.

Melting sea ice and warmer temperatures in the Arctic are to blame for the brutal cold snaps that have plagued parts of Asia and North America in recent years, according to new research by Korean and European scientists released Monday.

Webmaster addition: Well, that just destroyed the credibility of the Pulitzer prize!

Aug 31 14:27

Canberra's coldest winter in 15 years and wettest in 10 years finally ending

Weatherzone has provided some preliminary statistics for winter 2015 at the Canberra airport which show we shivered through 53 below-zero mornings - 10 more than normal.

The coldest temperature for winter this year was minus 7 degrees, which was recorded on two days, June 2 and July 3. The warmest day was August 22, with a top temperature of 21 degrees.

The average temperature for this winter was 6.41 degrees compared to the long-term average of 6.43 to 6.45 degrees.

Aug 31 14:25

Another Cool Blast Spreads South and East; Record Lows Set

Fresh on the heels of a blast of unseasonably chilly summer weather last week, yet another shot of cool air has spread across parts of the central and eastern United States. Several record lows have already been set, and even parts of the South are seeing relief from the summertime humidity.

The cool air first spread throughout the Plains and Midwest on Sunday, dropping high temperatures 10 to 20 degrees below average from the Texas Panhandle and central Oklahoma to the Dakotas and Minnesota.

On Sunday morning, Casper, Wyoming, recorded its coldest August temperature on record with a low of 29 degrees. The old August record low was 33 degrees in 1977. Weather records in Casper date back to 1939.

Rapid City tied its coldest record low for August on Sunday morning and set a new daily record when the temperature dropped to 38 degrees.

And on and on. Record cold after record cold.

Aug 31 14:16

The TSA's 12 Signs You Might Be a Terrorist



Aug 31 14:07

The Emperor’s Nice Clothes

Robert Mugabe, sempiternal president of Zimbabwe, was recently booed and jeered in parliament, suggesting that, after more than a third of a century in power and at the age of 91, he still has a thing or two to learn about being an absolute dictator.

Aug 31 14:04

24 yo black man with mental issues dies in prison after minor grocery theft

A Virginia family is looking for justice after their 24-year old son’s death in prison. Accused of stealing approximately $5 worth of snacks, Jamycheal Mitchell has seen no trial since April as a judge described him as “incompetent” to stay it due to mental issues.

Mitchell was found dead at Hampton Roads Regional Jail in Portsmouth, VA, on August 19, local WAVY-TV news channel reported. Now Mitchell’s family and their attorney have more questions than answers about what happened to Jamycheal.

“I think it’s twofold,” attorney Mark Krudys said. “It’s the death of her son [Mitchell's mother Sonia Adams], obviously, but it’s also the circumstance surrounding his death.”

Aug 31 13:58

Court Rules That Illegal Aliens Have Second Amendment Rights

When Mario Meza-Rodriguez was five years old, his parents brought him into the United States illegally. By the time he was an adult, he managed to get in trouble with the police after getting into a bar fight two years ago. When the police arrested him, they discovered a .22 caliber pistol in his pocket. Even though illegal aliens can’t own firearms under federal law, Meza-Rodriguez argued in court that charging him for possessing the pistol would violate his Second Amendment rights. The court disagreed. He was convicted and deported.



Aug 31 13:57

Dear Guardian editors: this is why no one believes you anymore

While this is just the latest on the conveyor-belt of state-promoted Stalinist ‘alternative realities’, which now constitutes the vast majority of your (ahem) political analysis, I feel the need to make a few observations, more out of pity than anger.

Aug 31 13:57

UK MPs get free VIP service at NHS to protect from public

British lawmakers get free VIP service at the National Health Service (NHS) hospital to protect them from public, UK media reports have revealed.

Aug 31 13:55

TSA Worker Accused of Molesting Girl in Airport Bathroom

Imagine a profession that grants its workers the power to confiscate the belongings of law-abiding citizens, detain them arbitrarily, scan them with machines that can record their naked bodies, and physically fondle the private parts of adults and children.

Now imagine if that job granted police powers without requiring law enforcement training, and was so frowned upon and hated by the vast majority of the public, that they would probably have to hire just about anyone who walks through the door. With all that power and responsibility combined with such low standards, you could reasonably expect that job to attract absolutely horrible people, right?

Of course it would. Which would probably explain why the following transpired.

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Aug 31 13:47

Armed Black Panthers to Texas Cops: ‘We Will Start Creeping Up on You in the Darkness’

Armed Black Panther members marched in front of the Waller County jail and shouted, “You’re gonna stop doing what you’re doing, or we will start creeping up on you in the darkness.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Looks like the FBI has infiltrated the Black Panthers to cause trouble, just like they did in the 60s!

Aug 31 13:46

Russian jets in Syrian skies

Russia has begun its military intervention in Syria, deploying an aerial contingent to a permanent Syrian base, in order to launch attacks against ISIS and Islamist rebels; US stays silent.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The difference is that Russia really IS aiming at ISIS!

Aug 31 13:44

‘Victoria Nuland may be passing out virtual cookies outside Kiev’

The same forces that are pushing radicals in key hot spots in and around Europe – the US in the first place – also have a part in the protests going on in Kiev. They are not innocent, they just don’t appear in the picture in front of the TV cameras, says political analyst Aleksandar Pavic.

In Kiev, Ukraine’s capital, crowds of protesters came to oppose amendments to the constitution that would provide for decentralization of the country. As a result dozens were injured and one security officer was killed after a grenade was thrown outside the parliament.

Aug 31 13:42

German interior minister plans further attacks on refugees

After a number of fires at refugee camps over recent weeks, and the intimidation of asylum seekers by neo-Nazis, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and President Joachim Gauck belatedly issued an official statement last Wednesday.

Aug 31 13:36

9/11 attacks were obviously an inside job: Scholar

The growing anti-Islam rhetoric in the United States underlines the need for further research into the origin of the September 11, 2001 attacks, an American scholar and journalist in Wisconsin says.

Aug 31 13:32

UK petition against war criminal Netanyahu reaches 90,000

A petition posted on the British parliament’s website for the arrest of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu over crimes against Palestinians has garnered over 90,000 signatures.

Aug 31 13:32

CDC Issues Warning: Doctors on Alert for Bubonic Plague: “There is a Heightened Risk… We Don’t Want People To Panic”

“It is unclear why the number of cases in 2015 is higher than usual,” the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says. Many of the cases are occurring in rural and semi-rural areas in the western United States. The report lists two cases in Arizona, one in California, four in Colorado, one in Georgia, two in New Mexico and one in Oregon. The cases in California and Georgia have been linked to areas in or near Yosemite National Park in the southern Sierra Nevada. Dr. Natalie Kwit of the CDC emphasizes, “We don’t want people to panic but we do want them to be aware of the heightened risk.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Of course the illegal immigrants who came into the US carrying Bubonic plague have nothing to do with it!

Aug 31 13:30

Over 10 US journalists killed in connection with their work since 1991

The on-air killings of Alison Parker and Adam Ward in Roanoke, Virginia on Wednesday is only the most recent case of journalists being killed in the United States while on the job, or for reasons related to their work.

In August 2007, Chauncey Bailey of the Oakland Post was shot multiple times by a masked gunman in the streets of Oakland. He had only been editor-in-chief of the Post for two months. The gunman, Devaughndre Broussard, confessed the next day, saying that he was angered by Bailey’s coverage of the Your Black Muslim Bakery where he worked.

Aug 31 13:30

Poroshenko Calls Violent Clashes in Kiev 'Stab in the Back'

Earlier Monday, clashes took place outside the Ukraine's parliament building shortly after the Verkovna Rada had approved proposed constitutional amendments on decentralization in the first reading.

Aug 31 13:30

China Displacing Monopoly of US Dollar, Bretton Wood System

China and Russia are changing the financial architecture of the world, award-winning author, sociologist and geopolitical analyst Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya emphasizes, recommending the Wall Street financial elite to focus on America's domestic problems instead of trying to undermine China's economy.

Aug 31 13:20

Renowned Jazzman Gets US State Dept Warning Against Visiting Crimea

World famous Russian-American Jazzman - Igor Butman - could fall victim to US sanctions on economic activity in Crimea after he visited the peninsula to play jazz during a festival.

Aug 31 13:12

The Dying Institutions Of Western Civilization

nullification is our best option when the system of checks and balances fail

we're on our own

“Anarchism is not a romantic fable but the hardheaded realization, based on five thousand years of experience, that we cannot entrust the management of our lives to kings, priests, politicians, generals, and county commissioners.”
- Edward Abbey

Aug 31 12:54

BREAKING! China Rocked By Another Massive Chemical Explosion, People's Daily Reports

Webmaster addition: The economic war with China has transitioned to a covert sabotage war. Next stop; real war?

Aug 31 12:42

For Progressives, First Amendment Comes in Second

Progressive America is troubled. Some of its leading lights fret that if something is not done soon, government will actually need a good reason to censor other people's speech.

Such is the ominous upshot of a seemingly minor Supreme Court case that could have "far-reaching consequences," as The New York Times put it recently.

The case (Reed v. Town of Gilbert) concerned a sign ordinance in Gilbert, Ariz., that imposed tighter restrictions on church signs than on political ones. The entire Supreme Court said that was ridiculous, and struck the measure down. Government cannot blithely discriminate against certain speech or speakers based on content.

Aug 31 12:40

WWIII Is Five Years Old

Un-Officially WWIII began with ‘the Arab Spring’.

Aug 31 12:40

Spying programs turning US into a fascist state: Analyst

The inadequate judicial oversight of the US spying programs is leading the country toward a “type of fascist state,” says a former American intelligence linguist from Orlando.

The federal court monitoring the spying operations issued the final order on Friday permitting the National Security Agency (NSA) to collect millions of Americans’ phone records.

The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISA) ruled that the bulk data collection program does not violate Americans' privacy rights.

The secretive court contended that the program concerns the metadata of US citizens, which entails the numbers people dial in a phone call, the length of the call and when it takes place. Metadata does not include the actual contents of a phone conversation.

The Office of the Director of National Intelligence announced on Friday that the collected data “will not be used or accessed for any other purpose” other than an ongoing legal battle over the program.

Aug 31 12:39

Palestinians Protest Israeli Settlers' Seizure of Hospital

Dozens of Palestinians staged demonstrations outside the Al-Baraka hospital complex in the Southern West Bank city of Hebron (Al-Khalil) to protest the occupation of the premises by Jewish settlers.

The demonstrations, which included a number of Palestinian Christians, were organized by local popular resistance committees, Anadolu reported.

“Palestinians will never accept Israel's policy of illegal Jewish settlement,” Fr. Attallah Hanaa, a Palestinian Christian clergyman who participated in the protest, told the agency.

“We will always reject Israel's seizure of Islamic and Christian institutions,” he said.

“We are of this land; it is our home, our history, our identity,” the priest added. “And we will never surrender it to the Israeli occupiers.”

According to Israeli daily Haaretz, the settlers claim to have purchased the hospital complex from a US-based Christian NGO through a Swedish firm that served as middleman.

Aug 31 12:36

Chilcot report delays blamed on ‘vested interests’

Anger over continued delays in the publication of the report into the Iraq war has swung back against the government with allegations that “vested interests” have tried to suppress evidence.

The inquiry, chaired by former Whitehall mandarin Sir John Chilcot and established in 2009, has yet to name a date for the publication of its report, which is expected to heavily criticise a number of politicians, including former prime minister Tony Blair, and several intelligence and defence officials.

The delay has dismayed the families of armed forces personnel killed in the conflict and led to complaints that it is prolonging their anguish. It has also seen Chilcot come under criticism from MPs, with David Cameron and other ministers repeatedly expressing their frustration.

Aug 31 12:24

AMERICAN TEEN GETS 11 YEAR SENTENCE FOR PRO-ISIS TWEETS THAT TAUGHT PEOPLE HOW TO USE BITCOIN

First: the one area where Amin’s actions do seem fairly questionable are when he helped another Virginia teen travel to Syria, apparently to join ISIS. That part definitely seems like it stepped over the legal line. But, the rest of the charges against him seem… like a teenager using Twitter and other social media to discuss stuff he’s interested in. Amin ran a Twitter account called @AmreekiWitness, which had about 4,000 followers. He tweeted pro-ISIS propaganda, but that still seems to be a form of protected speech, last I checked. And, his big “crime” appears to be linking to an article about why ISIS supporters should use Bitcoin.

Aug 31 12:21

As tragedies shock Europe, a bigger refugee crisis looms in the Middle East

While the world’s attention is fixed on the tens of thousands of Syrian refugees swarming into Europe, a potentially far more profound crisis is unfolding in the countries of the Middle East that have borne the brunt of the world’s failure to resolve the Syrian war.

Those reaching Europe represent a small percentage of the 4 million Syrians who have fled into Lebanon, Jordan, Turkey and Iraq, making Syria the biggest single source of refugees in the world and the worst humanitarian emergency in more than four decades.

As the fighting grinds into a fifth year, the realization is dawning on aid agencies, the countries hosting the refugees and the Syrians themselves that most won’t be going home anytime soon, presenting the international community with a long-term crisis that it is ill-equipped to address and that could prove deeply destabilizing, for the region and the wider world.

Aug 31 12:20

IDF warns deserters, initiates new sanctions

Around 3,000 IDF deserters receive text messages warning them of punishment, as army moves to legislate wide-ranging sanctions including refusal to issue driver's licenses, passports, and ID cards.

Aug 31 12:19

Huge Malaysia Rally for Najib's Resignation Enters 2nd Day

Big crowds of protesters returned to the streets of Kuala Lumpur on Sunday to demand the resignation of Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak over a financial scandal, after the first day of the massive rally passed peacefully.

The protesters camped overnight wearing yellow shirts of the Bersih movement — the coalition for clean and fair elections — even after authorities blocked the organizer's website and banned yellow attire and the group's logo in a bid to deter the rallies, which were also held in other Malaysian cities.

Aug 31 12:06

Deliberate Targeting of Water Sources Worsens Misery for Millions of Syrians

Imagine having to venture out into a conflict zone in search of water because rebel groups and government forces have targeted the pipelines. Imagine walking miles in the blazing summer heat, then waiting hours at a public tap to fill up your containers. Now imagine realizing the jugs are too heavy to carry back home.

Aug 31 11:54

West Point professor calls on US military to target legal critics of war on terror

An assistant professor in the law department of the US military academy at West Point has argued that legal scholars critical of the war on terrorism represent a “treasonous” fifth column that should be attacked as enemy combatants.

In a lengthy academic paper, the professor, William C Bradford, proposes to threaten “Islamic holy sites” as part of a war against undifferentiated Islamic radicalism. That war ought to be prosecuted vigorously, he wrote, “even if it means great destruction, innumerable enemy casualties, and civilian collateral damage”.

Other “lawful targets” for the US military in its war on terrorism, Bradford argues, include “law school facilities, scholars’ home offices and media outlets where they give interviews” – all civilian areas, but places where a “causal connection between the content disseminated and Islamist crimes incited” exist.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

As a Christian pacifist, who NEVER advocates violence, but thinks that humankind is smart enough to resolve geopolitical issues through good faith negotiations and not war, does that approach make me your enemy, sir?!?

Because, if your answer would be an unequivocal "Absolutely", I fear we have lost all reason in this country, and we are slouching toward a world war of unimaginable pain, genocide, and destruction.

Sir, it appears that your understanding of history, and human nature, is flawed in the extreme, and if West Point believes that you thoroughly embodies its values with what you are saying, this country, and its future, are in deep trouble.

First, let's remember what the late President Kennedy said so eloquently: "when peaceful revolution is impossible, violent revolution is inevitable."

What, Mr. Bradford, causes a person to become radicalized?!? Does a person become radicalized because they have meaningful work and are making a decent living; know that their wife will get great prenatal care at the local clinic; have decent schools for their kids to attend, and actually have a voice in their government's process, and some control over their own destiny?!?

Or is it that governmental corruption, poverty and despair have taken over their lives; that their kids are constantly getting sick from having to drink filthy water; that they have no say in whatever their government does, and they can be horrifically persecuted for speaking out against an oppressive regime?!? Radicalization becomes attractive when it appears to be the only possible path to survival.


I am not advocating violence here, sir: I am advocating logic.

And unfortunately, logic and US foreign policy do not seem to have had a great, ongoing relationship in many years.

The US government has supported innumerable tinpot dictators around the world, then wonder why these governments are ultimately bashed to smithereens, ultimately, by a very angry citizenry.

Look at what ultimately happened to Batista in Cuba, or the US-supported Shah of Iran.

And also unfortunately, the US is still doing the same thing in the present time. The US government is supporting the Al-Khalifa monarchy in Bahrain, home to the US Navy's 5th Fleet, which not only incarcerated and tortured peaceful protesters , but also their first responders as well.

Now to the situation in Yemen, where Houthi rebels gave the boot to the Al-Hadi government. Sir, do you remember how many names were on the ballot during the last election?!? Well, if you do not, I will tell you; only one - that of Al Hadi. How in the name of all that is honest can you tell me, with a straight face, that the Yemenite people had a real choice of candidates in their last election?!?

And now of course, enabled by the US military, the UAE and Saudi Arabia have declared a full-on war against Yemen. Civilians and non-combatants - including children, the medically fragile elderly, and women, are getting routinely slaughtered, all in the name of bringing back the Al-Hadi government, which the people of Yemen despise.

And this, sir, cuts to another issue; when the American government supports tyrants around the world, the world understands that our alleged "love for democracy" is simply a farce, when it gets in the way of doing business. There is no other kind way to say it.

But there is a way of changing this, and that is with how foreign aid is meted out. Much of this winds up as graft and corruption, just settling into the pockets of those world leaders the US government wants to maintain in power.

Aid, in food and medicine, needs to get to the people who desperately need it, and the US government needs to have steps in place that it doesn't go to government cronies to be sold on the black market.

There needs to be public/private partnerships to build roads, bridges, schools, and hospitals, to put people to work in meaningful jobs with decent wages. US taxpayer dollars would be far better spent on such projects, rather than on more wars to suppress local foreign populations.

I really want to see the United States universally respected as "the good guy" in geopolitical issues, and making changes of this nature will do a lot toward achieving that goal.

But ultimately, Mr. Bradford, the largest "weapon" the US government can deploy, to prevent radicalization, is to cease, immediately, to appropriate resources in other countries to which we have absolutely no moral right.

Think home grown cold fusion, alternative fuels which can drive a tank, or fuel a plane; THAT kind of research is ultimately what will save this country from more endless, fruitless wars, ultimately for private profit.

Aug 31 11:53

Eric Pickles calls justice for war criminal Netanyahu ‘completely absurd’

A petition signed by 80,000 people calling for the arrest of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu when he visits Britain in September has been branded “completely absurd” by Conservative MP Eric Pickles.

Aug 31 11:52

Legal experts see no criminal trouble for Clinton thus far

Experts in government secrecy law see almost no possibility of criminal action against Hillary Clinton or her top aides in connection with now-classified information sent over unsecure email while she was secretary of state, based on the public evidence thus far.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Here comes the Whitewash! And I agree, the Clintons are untouchable. They know where the dead bodies are buried and how they got to BE dead bodies, and they are above the laws. Proof of that is in the recent scandal where a Clinton-appointed judge threw out Larry Klayman's RICO lawsuit against the Clinton Foundation, a lawsuit which would have resulted in the confiscation of all their ill-gotten wealth!

But the issue isn't really about the law, or about Hillary running guns to Al Qaeda and ISIS in Syria, or even about how the wide-open email server coupled with the Foundation suggests that Hillary was running an espionage operation out of the State Department.

Hillary wants the White House, and that is political, and politics isn't the letter of the law. Politics is perception, and the perception of Hillary is that she has not changed in her behavior since she was fired form the Watergate Committee for ethical violations all those years ago!

Hillary will never go to jail. But neither will she go to the White House.

Aug 31 11:51

Why's Israel nervous about Iran nuclear deal? - George Galloway

both Israeli and Saudi governments are terrified of internal unrest

Aug 31 11:44

POSTERS FOR HILLARY 2016

Over the last few weeks I cranked up photoshop and started going through images of old classic movie posters, having fun modifying them for Hillary's coming campaign. For some reason my ideas were rejected by her campaign staff, so I am posting them here. These are a work in progress. More to come. Feel free to use and have fun with them!

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I received a lot of emails about these so I am bumping them to the top.

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Aug 31 11:43

#ThanksMichelleObama: School resumes — so do skimpy lunches

Public schools across the country are throwing their doors open for another year of learning. That can mean only one thing: the drudgery of school lunches influenced by Michelle Obama’s rules.

Aug 31 11:20

Glenn Beck’s ‘All Lives Matter’ March Draws 20,000

Several hundred protesters from the Black Lives Matter movement marched to the Minnesota State Fair on Saturday to bring attention to race issues ranging from policing to underrepresentation of minorities at one of the nation’s biggest state fairs.

The mixed-race crowd, including senior citizens and children, chanted slogans along the 1-1/2 mile route and briefly lay down on a bridge south of the fairgrounds

Minnesota media reported the number of marchers at 325.

A few hundred miles to the south, a throng of 20,000, led by Glenn Beck, marched in Birmingham, Alabama, along the same route marched by Martin Luther King. They were there to declare that “All Lives Matter.”

Guess which march received national media attention and which one didn’t.

Aug 31 11:17

Growth of Cancer

Now, that's pretty convincing! Cancer deaths clearly have not been going up in recent years; they've been going down. Kudos to medical science. Kudos to the Competitive Enterprise Institute for exposing a fraud. So much for the theory that cancer is a "modern" disease -- except for one tiny little problem. The graph starts in 1975. Why not earlier since data is available for those years?

One need go no further than the graphs found in Cancer Trends During the 20th Century, as published in the Journal of Australian College of Nutritional & Environmental Medicine for the answer. See for yourself how cancer rates evolved in Sweden during the 20th Century -- and be sure and check out what happens on each graph around the mid-70s where the National Cancer Institute graph begins:

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The National Cancer Institute is fudging their graphs as badly as the global wamring people fudge theirs!

Aug 31 11:13

CDC Admits 98 Million Americans Received Polio Vaccine In An 8-Year Span When It Was Contaminated With Cancer Virus

The CDC has quickly removed a page from their website, which WAS cached here (since removed by google so you can view an image of the cache here), admitting that more than 98 million Americans received one or more doses of polio vaccine within an 8-year span from 1955-1963 when a proportion of the vaccine was contaminated with a cancer causing polyomavirus called SV40. It has been estimated that 10-30 million Americans could have received an SV40 contaminated dose of the vaccine.

Aug 31 11:05

Dem Chief Blocks Pro-Iran Deal Resolution at DNC

Democratic National Committee chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D – FL) blocked a resolution at the DNC summer meeting this weekend, which would’ve commended President Obama for helping to reach the P5+1 nuclear deal with Iran.

Details are scant on what happened, but officials suggested Wasserman Schultz brought up procedural issues to prevent the matter from coming to a vote. The vast majority of members instead signed an open letter praising the deal, which was quickly circulated after the vote didn’t happen.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Major congratulations, Ms. Wasserman Schultz, for proving, yet again, to your "alleged constituents", that you do not represent concerns for their well being and future, but represent the geopolitical values of Tel Aviv in the matter of the P5+1 deal.

There are times when the the interests of the US and Israel do align; this is not one of those times, and you have done a massive disservice to this country by not giving President Obama credit on this deal.

There are many issues from this administration upon which I have been very critically vocal; the P5+1 deal is not one of them.

And one final note, Ms. Wasserman Schultz; Americans are becoming rather disenchanted with a foreign leader (Israel's Prime Minister Netanyahu) attempting to control American foreign policy, and resent it mightily.

His in-your-face hubris on the issue of the Iran nuclear deal, to the point of calling out US senators in glossy US TV ads we have been seeing on Faux News, to order them to vote "Israel's way" on this may well consign him to the dustbin of history, in the next Israeli elections.

Aug 31 11:04

Will Grassroots Movements Change the Political Discourse in Iowa?

The Iowa State Fair used to be campaign gold for presidential candidates, an event National Public Radio's "On Point" host Tom Ashbrook has called a "campaign launching pad," a picture perfect opportunity to meet thousands of likely caucus-goers, eat fried pork chops on a stick and bask in the glow of a national media spotlight brighter than buttered sweet corn shining in the summer sun.

Aug 31 10:54

US Court: Palestinians Must Pay $10m to Americans Killed in Israel

where is the compensation for Americans killed as a result of Israeli actions?

Aug 31 10:48

ISIS Fighters Seize Part of Syrian Capital of Damascus

Battles are reportedly ongoing in the Saudi capital city of Damascus after a sudden attack by ISIS fighters has left them with possession of part of the Qadam District, the first time any rebel faction has had anything meaningful inside the capital itself.

Actually how much is held in the city is unclear, with the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights claiming that ISIS only holds a couple of streets, but ISIS themselves saying they hold half of the very significant district, and showing video of their fighters advancing significantly.

ISIS’ main target in the area near Damascus has long been the Palestinian refugee camp of Yarmouk, which had been a de facto suburb of the capital before the war. Now, the fighters are pushing into the city itself, something that was once seen as unthinkable.

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ISIS, a construct of the US government, is being waived at the American people as a "justification" for sending US ground troops into Syria.

And I have a short memo on the subject for the Obama Administration on this issue: what part of "HELL, no!!" are you having difficulty understanding here, please?!? I BELIEVE I am speaking the most clear and plain English I can muster. Why the difficulty in comprehension on your end, please?!?

Any thinking person understands that DC's desire for regime change in Damascus is driving this, because Syria is Iran's great friend in the region.

Aug 31 10:43

THE EPIC OF CLINTONS-MESS!

The crimes, lies, and frauds of the Clintons are epic in scale, scope, and sheer audacity! Herewith is a by no means all-inclusive telling of the duo of deception, the marriage of mendacity, the couple of corruption!

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Added the latest about Hillary's server and Larry Klayman.

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Aug 31 10:42

THE HILLARY EMAIL SCANDAL - THE SCANDALS BEHIND THE SCANDAL

There is a term of craft in Propaganda called a "Limited Hangout." This refers to admitting to a smaller scandal as a distraction from the larger scandal that must remain hidden.

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See how it works?

Good.

Because it appears we are in the middle of yet another limited hangout, in which the public furor over the questionable use of a private email server by Hillary Clinton may be concealing far greater and darker secrets!

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Bump to the top! US history is full of examples where the government would admit to a minor crime in order to keep the greater crimes hidden. I think the email scandal is one such case. All focus is being put onto the server itself, while left in the dark are the possibilities or US Government gun-running to the very terrorists we are told are our enemies, and the highest level spy ring in US history, run by the Secretary of State herself!

A long read, but I think worth it. Please forward!



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Aug 31 10:40

Growing Migrant Crisis Prompts Call for Urgent Meeting of E.U. Officials

With increasing public consternation about the flow of migrants and asylum seekers to Europe and the dangers of their passage, Germany, France and Britain made a joint call on Sunday for an urgent meeting of European Union interior and justice ministers to find “concrete” measures to cope with the escalating crisis.

In a quick response, Luxembourg — which holds the revolving presidency of the European Union — called such a meeting for Sept. 14 in Brussels.

What is most urgent, the interior ministers of the three countries said, is agreement on the establishment of welcome centers in Greece and Italy to house, feed and screen migrants and asylum seekers, and to decide who should be allowed to remain as a legal refugee and who should be sent back home.

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European governments' hubris on this issue, apparently, knows no bounds.

How in the name of heaven, and all that is just, can European
leaders even THINK about sending fleeing refugees back to Afghanistan, Syria, Iraq,Yemen, Somalia, and Libya?!?

Are these people simply "collateral damage", to be discarded as quickly as possible, or human beings, caught in the snares of the barbarism which is war?!?

These horrific wars without end, have been generally started by the US government, or by US proxies, ultimately for private financial corporate gain.

Therefore, from my perspective, the US government should be aiding European governments tasked with dealing with the refugee problems engendered by these wars of conquest. From a national moral perspective, this issue cannot be just "Europe's problem" with which to deal.

Aug 31 10:40

State to release largest batch of Clinton emails so far

The roiling controversy over Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server as secretary of state looks likely to intensify Monday with the State Department set to release the largest batch of her messages made public thus far.

The sheer size of the planned posting on the State Department's website—at least 6,106 pages, according to a recent court filing—should give Clinton's critics and her defenders a lot to digest. The volume of emails slated to go public Monday is roughly the same as that of all of Clinton's messages unveiled up to this point.

Aug 31 10:39

Enjoy the heat wave! It could be another rough winter

Remember last winter? Of course you do. It’s a tough one to forget. We in the Northeast were pummeled by one snow storm after another, simple trips about town turned into harrowing adventures, and temperatures dipped into record-cold territory.

While New Englanders are a reserved bunch, folks around here were practically kissing the asphalt when the snow finally disappeared from our streets in early spring.

Yeah, it was a rough winter.

That’s why it brings us no pleasure to report this bit of news: The Farmer’s Almanac is calling for equally brutal weather for our region in the winter, dubbing it a “winter deja vu,” and predicting “snow, snow and more snow.”

Aug 31 10:38

Predictions say snow as early as November for region

The editors of the Farmers’ Almanac are issuing a stern warning, to “brace yourselves” for a winter forecast that you may not want to read.

“Depending on where you live and how much cold and snow you like, we have good news and bad news,” said editor Peter Geiger.

According to the 2016 edition, which hits store shelves this week, winter will once again split the country in half, with the eastern sections of the country on tap for frigidly cold conditions and the other half predicted to experience milder to more normal winter conditions.

Aug 31 10:38

Local towns gearing up for snow

Last week, a reminiscence of snow from the brutal winter remained in Milford.

"I think there is still some left," said Scott Crisafulli, Milford's highway surveyor. "We may actually have snow year-round."

He said the department starts gearing up to hire contractors for snow clearing around mid-September. They are prepared for the snow well in advance, he said.

Aug 31 10:32

Drug-sniffing dogs are a law enforcement hoax, signaling drug alerts even when no drugs are present

A recent ruling by the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals has brought into question the ability and effectiveness of so-called "drug-sniffing dogs" after judges found that one animal in Illinois was not at all competent in the task he was supposedly trained to do.

Aug 31 10:28

Zionist leader threatens the west will ‘pay heavy price for appeasing Iran’

A Jewish community leader in the UK has warned that western governments will ‘pay a heavy price for appeasing Iran’ a month after six world powers signed a historic nuclear agreement with Tehran.

Board of Deputies of British Jews President Jonathan Arkush also urged the UK government to “keep up the pressure on Iran” over its support for terrorist groups and human rights abuses following the re-opening of the British Embassy in Tehran on Sunday.

Aug 31 10:26

Off Their Front Porch: Protesters Have No Free-Speech Rights On Supreme Court Plaza

The Constitution doesn't apply in the area just outside the main court that interprets the Constitution.

A federal appeals court ruled on Friday that the elevated marble plaza surrounding the Supreme Court building is a "nonpublic forum" and thus authorities may prosecute those who protest or pass out leaflets there.

"Under the lenient First Amendment standards applicable to nonpublic forums," wrote the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit, "the government can impose reasonable restrictions on speech as long as it refrains from suppressing particular viewpoints."

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Absoflippinglutely unbelievable!!

When, please, was the last moment these people ACTUALLY READ the Constitution?!?

Aug 31 10:22

U.S. Publicly Splits v. EU on Ukraine War

There now is open disagreement between three Western leaders regarding how to move forward with regard to Ukraine: Barack Obama of the United States, versus Francois Hollande of France, and Angela Merkel of Germany.

Aug 31 10:15

These 10 disgraced Iraq War architects are desperately trying to undo Obama’s Iran deal

There is a fierce battle going on in Washington, with progressive and pro-diplomacy organizations facing off against pro-Israel organizations to prevent a veto-proof vote to kill President Obama’s deal with Iran.

These anti-deal organizations are joined by a number of hawkish figures whose last great foreign policy foray was America’s last diplomatic catastrophe: the Iraq war. Here are 10 Iraq war supporters now trying to kill our best chance for a just peace with Iran.

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IF there were true justice in this country, all of these people would be cooling their heels in prison, facing charges of crimes against humanity for the Iraq war.

But because Obama swallowed the koolaid before his inauguration, and assured the American people that this country would be "looking forward and not backward", meaning these charges would never be addressed, they still walk among us, completely unrepentant for the horrors the invasion and occupation of Iraq inflicted upon that country, for absolutely no justifiable reason whatsoever.

Aug 31 10:13

JEREMY CORBYN ~~ MENTCH* EXTRAORDINAIRE

When a bunch of neo-Nazis and antisemites threatened to march in Golders Green a few months ago, a wide campaign was organised to stop them with a counter-demonstration. Only one of the current candidates for the Labour Party leadership sent a message of support to the counter-demonstrators.

Jeremy Corbyn, MP.

Aug 31 10:11

RECENT VIDEOS ~~ A GLIMPSE AT WHAT IS HAPPENING IN PALESTINE TODAY

Nabi Saleh on Friday saw a remarkable confrontation when an Israeli
occupation soldier tried to kidnap a child (with arm in cast after an
earlier attack on him ended up with a broken arm) but his family came to
his aid and freed him. Watch these remarkable videos:

Aug 31 10:08

‘Critical mass’ of dead migrants in Europe fast approaching – HRW Refugee Prog Director

Europe is facing the largest migration crisis since World War II. But while the EU struggles to formulate a policy to address the influx of people, thousands are dying en route and many are being violently pushed back at borders. Is the EU living up to its obligations toward asylum seekers, and how will it cope with the intake of refugees, given rising xenophobia across the continent? Oksana is joined by Bill Frelick, the Director of the Refugee Program at Human Rights Watch, to analyse these issues.

Aug 31 09:58

Kansas statistician suing the state to obtain election records, says voting results don't add up.

A university mathematician found something that didn't add up, and now she's suing the state of Kansas to make sure every vote counts.
Wichita State University statistician Beth Clarkson requested Sedgwick County release election records for the recent election.

Aug 31 09:58

France will ban cars from the streets of Paris for one day next month, turning the city over to pedestrians and cyclists to experience the urban landscape free of traffic

For a single day next month, locals and visitors will be able to experience Paris without motorized traffic, giving the city over to pedestrians and bikers. Free of traffic congestion, noise pollution and vehicle emissions, the Day Without Cars will transform the physical and auditory landscape, enabling views and revealing ambient sounds ordinarily drowned out by the urban cacophony on September 27th.

Aug 31 09:55

FYI - 9-11 TRUTH Advocate Mr. Christopher Bollyn's E-Mail Account Hacked

My Yahoo email account was hacked last night and a spoof email about my being robbed in London was sent out by the hackers, who are apparently based in Arizona. Hopefully, I have fixed the problem with my email security.
(Note: My spidey-senses tell me this was most likely a calculated attack to attempt to discredit Mr. Christopher Bollyn in the run-up to the anniversary of 9-11)

Aug 31 09:45

Got White Privilege? College Students Flunked for Using “Oppressive and Hateful Language”

Politically correct language has gone way too far... instead, we have entered into newspeak and thought control.

Read more at SHTFplan.com

Aug 31 09:45

Filmmaker William Lewis passes away at 47 - Camp FEMA, Don't Tread on Me, Washington You're Fired, etc.

William Lewis, creator of 9/11 In Plane Site, 9/11 Ripple Effect, Take
Back Washington, and many other films, passed away this morning around
1:00 AM after arriving at the hospital. William Lewis had suffered from
severe diabetes in recent years and is believed to have recently
suffered a stroke. He is survived by a wonderful wife, Debbie Morgan
Lewis. In the last few years William was unable to continue work in film
because of his illness.

Aug 31 09:44

Swiss Envoy to Iran Shows Anti-Netanyahu Cartoon, Urges Iranian Investment

The Swiss envoy to Iran showed a cartoon depicting two doves defecating on Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s head during an event promoting Iranian business opportunities.

Aug 31 09:39

15% of settlers are American, new research claims

Approximately 60,000 US Jews, out of the 170,000 in Israel, live in West Bank, study shows

Aug 31 09:38

Spanish Activists Call for Anti-NATO Public Assembly Before Massive Drills

The Anti-NATO Platform in the Spanish city of Zaragoza will launch a convention on Thursday for those against the alliance and the Trident Juncture exercises it is conducting in the city, a member of the group told Sputnik.

Aug 31 09:38

ITALY - Old couple slaughtered by immigrant.

Italy. Old couple killed in their house by 18y/o immigrant from Ivory Coast, who came here with the goddamn boat. The old man has been slaughtered, the woman has been pushed out the window, their house has been robbed by this animal. Aren't you tired of this shit?

Aug 31 09:37

AR-15 VS The Bad Guys

A Wisconsin clothing store owner opened fire on a group of attempted robbers last week and successfully defended both his business and his life.

Aug 31 09:36

Video: Awakened Masks

These masks are artwork the from an independent artist located in Ohio. He started making these masks for local Cincinnati Activists and it grew from there.

Aug 31 09:35

Czech President Miloš Zeman suggests European army to halt African invasion

The president of the Czech Republic, Miloš Zeman, has suggested that troops should be used to secure the European Union’s borders against immigration and that a common European army could be formed to achieve this objective. He correctly notes that the failure to repulse the ongoing migrant invasion is due to a lack of will on behalf of European leaders.

Aug 31 09:33

Kissinger’s role in gaining U.S. acceptance of Israeli nukes a case study in Zionist manipulation

On August 20 PressTV carried an article titled “Kissinger tried to curb Israeli nukes: State Dept. documents.” The article starts by stating “The US State Department has released documents that show the administration of former president Richard Nixon had sought to curb Israel’s clandestine nuclear weapons program.” In fact, the documents were released in 2006, but they are fascinating and certainly relevent to the Iran nuclear deal in that they show the unbelievable double standard that is being applied to Iran compared to Israel.

Aug 31 09:31

Ethnic Nepotism, Incompetence and Parasitism at Britain’s National Health Service

With a dazzling smile and expensively-styled long hair, glamorous Dr Ola Orekunrin is a walking advertisement for the new multi-ethnic Britain. Not only was she — at 21 — the youngest person ever to qualify as a doctor but she has since held down important posts at a string of prestigious hospitals.

A shining example, then, of a talented immigrant giving back to the country that had given her so much. Although Nigerian-born she was raised by white foster parents in a Suffolk village and educated by nuns. But she retained her family connections to her homeland so no-one was surprised when she decided to give up the day job and launch an air ambulance service ferrying needy medical cases from Africa to Britain. All above board and paid for privately, of course.

Aug 31 09:21

As Legal Proceedings Commence in Gray Case, Feds Probe Past Police Killings

Key civil rights attorney says he has turned over records from past wrongful death suits involving police to the Justice Department’s civil rights division.

Aug 31 09:19

Extraordinary Brutality Inflicted on Civilians in Yemen

As Saudi ground troops enter Northern Yemen with US backing, Amnesty International charges Saudis with alleged war crimes.

Aug 31 09:18

Hacking Democracy - The Trailer

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Keep an eye out for this documentary. YOU NEED TO WATCH IT BEFORE YOU VOTE!

Aug 31 09:17

N.M. secretary of state charged with theft

New Mexico's Democratic attorney general on Friday charged Republican Secretary of State Dianna Duran with embezzlement, fraud, money laundering and campaign finance violations, further widening a rift between the two over enforcement of the state's laws governing campaigns.

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The vote riggers are starting early!

Aug 31 09:16

Donald Trump is set to blow up GOP orthodoxy -- again

First Donald Trump antagonized the Republican establishment with his proposals on immigration. Then he irritated some with his stands on trade and Social Security. Now Trump is preparing a tax proposal that will again set him far apart from the party's powers-that-be.

The problem for the establishment is that Trump's positions on all three issues are more in line with the majority of American voters than the establishment's preferred policies. By using his popularity to force outside-the-GOP-box ideas into the Republican presidential debate, Trump is displaying an uncanny sense of the divisions between voters and the GOP power structure.

Aug 31 09:16

Nazis Riot Again in Kiev to Force Resuming War

On Monday, August 31st, racist fascists (nazis) who hate Russians rioted in front of Ukraine’s parliament building to demand resumption of the unlimited bombing campaign against the breakaway former Ukrainian region, Donbass, which had voted 90%+ for the neutralist Ukrainian President, Viktor Yanukovych, whose government these nazis had helped the U.S. to overthrow in February 2014. A rabidly anti-Russian government was installed in its stead, and these demonstrators want this government to violate the Minsk II accords that Ukraine had signed, and to return to full-scale war.

Aug 31 09:13

Monsanto wants to replace the bees they are killing with genetically engineered flying ants

So, once again, we are seeing proof of Monsanto's endgame, complete corporate control of our food supply. They admit their GMO foods and pesticides are killing our bees, but instead of putting the welfare of the entire world's food supply ahead of their corporate greed, they will create a new abomination while their poisonous plants and chemicals continue to wreak havoc on current and future biodiversity.

Aug 31 09:11

MASS PROTESTS IN TOKYO AS TENS OF THOUSANDS REJECT CONTROVERSIAL SECURITY BILLS

The demonstrators were chanting "No to war legislation" and calling on Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to quit, at the large rally in downtown Tokyo on Sunday. "Sitting in front of TV and just complaining wouldn't do," said Naoko Hiramatsu, a 44-year-old professor of French. "If I don't take action and try to put a stop on this, I will not be able to explain myself to my child in the future," she added, holding a four-year-old son in her arms. While the organizers estimated that some 120,000 people took part in the Sunday protests, the police provided a far lower figure of 30,000.

Aug 31 09:11

Dementia now striking people in their 40s as mercury from vaccines causes slow, degenerative brain damage

Dementia and other neurological brain diseases are striking people younger and younger, according to a new study conducted by researchers from Bournemouth University in England and published in the journal Surgical Neurology International. These diseases have reached levels that are "almost epidemic," the researchers said, and they reached them so quickly that environmental factors must be largely to blame.

"The rate of increase in such a short time suggests a silent or even a 'hidden' epidemic, in which environmental factors must play a major part, not just ageing," lead researcher Colin Pritchard said.

Aug 31 08:59

3D Printed Nanobot Fish Will Deliver Drugs and Detox the Body

By Jason Erickson

There are a range of nanorobots and other nanodevices being developed with the mission of being able to deliver drugs and counter malicious organisms within the human body...

3D printing is now being combined with nanotechnology to create "microfish" that can swim through liquids...

Aug 31 08:59

Barak’s Tales of Israel’s Near War With Iran Conceal the Real Story

New evidence has now surfaced from former Israeli defense minister Ehud Barak that Israel came close to attacking Iran three times over the past few years – if you believe what major news media reported about the story.

But you shouldn’t believe it. The latest story is only a continuation of the clever ploy that has been carried out by Israeli administrations from Ehud Olmert to Benjamin Netanyahu to convince the world that it was seriously contemplating war against Iran in order to pressure them toward crippling sanctions against Iran, if not military confrontation with it.

Aug 31 08:58

Families' fury as Chilcot report into Iraq war is 'delayed until June 2016' amid claims first draft is badly written and riddled with errors

Author Tom Bower, who interviewed 160 figures from Government, civil service and the Armed Forces for a book about the Blair administration, said it would take at least nine months to prepare a ‘credible’ version of the report.

That would mean the report would not be published until June 2016, and it may face further delays. The draft, which was sent to witnesses for comment if they were likely to face criticism, was said to have prompted an angry reaction from senior military figures.

Writing in The Sunday Times, Mr Bower said that the military had been criticised in the inquiry for decisions that had actually been taken by politicians.

Aug 31 08:57

MONSANTO DROPS $46.5B BID FOR SYNGENTA

Agriculture giant Monsanto MON +0.00% has dropped a $46.5 billion hostile bid for Swiss competitor Syngenta , choosing to refocus on a five-year plan to double earnings over an unfriendly merger effort that risked backlash from large shareholders.

Aug 31 08:54

Say NO to Hillary Clinton in 2016!

Aug 31 08:51

Apple Wages War On Mobile Advertising

Apple Inc.
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is planning to roll out its latest operating system some time in the coming months, much to the dismay of mobile advertisers. The new system will allow users to install ad-blocking apps which will help pages load faster and make using Apple's Safari web browser on a smaller screen much easier

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