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Aug 07 11:38

Paypal Pulls Plug On Sandy Look Justice Seeker Wolfgang Halbig

"Due to the nature of your activities" PayPal gives the heave ho to Halbig in accordance with the "user agreement".

Aug 07 11:33

Russian TV Makes Great Short Documentary about Japanese Atomic Bombings (Video)

RTD’s Peter Scott visits Hiroshima and Nagasaki to investigate the real reasons behind the bombings.

Aug 07 11:31

I Found a Valuable Piece of MH17 and the Investigators Could Care Less

The peculiar story of how fearless Graham Phillips found what he thinks might be a good clue in the MH17 investigation, and his fruitless efforts to get investigators to take an interest.

Aug 07 11:30

Fed Can’t Save Stocks from Verge of Collapse: ‘Huge Disaster Waiting to Happen’

Yet another voice has warned that the world teeters dangerously close to a repeated and prolonged financial disaster.

“I think what we are seeing is the beginning evidence that the central bank-driven credit economy is over and we are in a new era,” said Stockman. “It’s a huge disaster waiting to happen.”


Aug 07 11:29

Which U.S. Senators Want War On Iran?

Aug 07 11:28

London Times's "Dirty Bomb" Article a Sign of Coming NATO False Flag

Of course, it is impossible to seriously discuss this story in the way its portrayed in the West. But the fact is that when someone wants to commit a crime — he must first create an alibi. Or, in our case, to create the background information that would blame the enemy. In other words, if the Times - and perhaps with help of Ukrainian and Western intelligence agencies - publishes leaks about a “bomb”, that means Kiev is contemplating a big provocation with its curators.
Sanctions didn’t help to “defeat” Russia. And a Boeing tribunal did not work out. And a UAF attack would have ended in defeat under the current circumstances.
Which means that Kiev needs a disaster with the greatest possible number of victims on the despised territory to make Donbass the area of international disaster, and this time to force Russia to agree to enter their “peacekeeping troops” or any other form of pressure, chosen by America and its satellites.
Hence the talk about a “dirty bomb”.

Aug 07 10:54

China’s Secret Gold Hoarding Strategy

Aug 07 10:31

Syrian opposition leader to head coalition’s delegation during visit to Moscow — source

Head of the National Coalition of Syrian Revolution and Opposition Forces Khaled al-Khoja intends to visit Russia as part of the movement’s delegation, which will arrive in Moscow next week, a source in the Arab diplomatic circles has told TASS.
"Khaled al-Khoja has accepted the invitation of Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov to come to Russia," the source said. "The delegation arrives in Moscow at the beginning of next week, and the meetings in the Russian Foreign Ministry may take place on August 12 and 13."

UN Security Council puts reliable barrier to new chemical attacks in Syria — diplomat

Aug 07 10:27

Ukrainian military bombarded Donetsk Republic 32 times over past 24 hours

"Artillery and mortar attacks were mounted against the village of Spartak and the area of the Donetsk airport from the villages of Opytnoye and Avdeyevka," the Defense Ministry said.

Donetsk envoy says OSCE shocked by Kiev’s decision not to sign treaty on weapon withdrawal

Aug 07 10:25

F Stands For Facebook: Presenting The New FICO Credit Score

how can you CYA while bundling predatory loans? Facebook can help!

Aug 07 10:24

Russia invites Japan to cooperate in joint economic development of Kuril Islands

Russia invites Japan to cooperate in joint economic development of the Kuril Islands, Deputy Prime Minister and Presidential Plenipotentiary Yuri Trutnev said on Friday in an interview with Japan’s NHK TV channel.
"If we put politics ahead of economy, there will be no good result. We need to exert efforts for the economic development that will benefit Russia’s and Japan’s people," Trutnev said.
"We want the Kuril Islands to live and develop. People and investments should come there for such purpose. An opportunity of land allocation there contributes to that," the deputy prime minister said in response to a question concerning free provision of a hectare of land in the Far East to any Russian citizens.

Aug 07 10:23

US State Department upset about Russian FM Lavrov tripping Obama

In an interview with Channel News Asia, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov questioned US President Barack Obama's remarks about the need for the missile defense system in Europe. "In 2009, President Obama publicly said that should the Iranian nuclear issue be resolved, there would be no need in the missile defense in Europe. I think that he was not speaking the truth," Lavrov said.
Interestingly, Iran quickly ceased to be a target for the West. Earlier in Brussels officials said that the NATO missile defense system was not aimed at any particular country. The system was being built for defense against a real and growing threat. When NATO unveiled the US missile defense system base in Poland, the statements about the reasons for its opening did not contain a word about Iran.

Aug 07 10:21

United States extends sanctions against Russia to marine oil and gas field

The United States extended its sanctions against the Russian economy to Yuzhno-Kirinskoe oil and gas field in the Sea of Okhotsk. According to the notice published on Friday in the Federal Register by the US Industry and Security Bureau (BIS), the field will be under sanctions in export regulation.

Western sanctions will not affect operations of Gazprom on Kirinsky Block, company’s representative Anatoly Sorokin said last year. Yuzhno-Kirinskoe Field is "on the verge of sanctions" in terms of its bedding depth, he said. Furthermore, he added all the required equipment was already imported and was "in Russia or Korea."