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Jan 27 18:47

What Do They Know? Why Are So Many Of The Super Wealthy Preparing Bug Out Locations?

A lot of ultra-rich people are quietly preparing to “bug out” when the time comes. They are buying survival properties, they are buying farms in far away countries and they are buying deep underground bunkers.

Jan 27 18:44

Feds Failed to Deport Illegal Now Suspected of Killing Store Clerk Over Cigarettes

Federal authorities had previously declined to immediately deport an illegal alien now accused of shooting a convenient store clerk to death in Arizona, instead opting to release him on bond, reports allege.

Jan 27 18:33

Today’s “Dip” Is A Warning—-Get Out Of The Casino!

Shortly after today’s open, the S&P 500 was down nearly 2% and off its recent all-time high by 3.5%. But soon the robo-machines and day traders were buying the “dip” having apparently once again gotten the “all-clear” signal.

Don’t believe it for a second! The global financial system is literally booby-trapped with accidents waiting to happen owing to six consecutive years of massive money printing by nearly every central bank in the world.

Jan 27 18:25

New England pummeled by Juno as storm dumps THIRTY INCHES of snow and causes flooding in Massachusetts, but NYC is spared

The worst hit state was Massachusetts, which endured up to a huge 33.1 inches of snow in the town of Lunenburg, with wind gusts topping 75mph.

In Boston, Juno dumped 26 inches of the white stuff on many streets, with 30mph overnight winds. In coastal areas of the state, flooding closed roads.

And there is likely to be even more snow throughout the day - with Gov Charlie Baker saying some parts of the state could see a further 10 inches.

This will potentially make Juno one of the top snowstorms in Massachusetts of all time, Gov Baker said during a press conference on Tuesday morning.

Jan 27 18:22

Energy giant cuts bills... by £9 a YEAR! Critics attack EDF's 'paltry' 1.3% reduction for its one million variable rate customers

Energy firm EDF has announced a puny price cut of just 1.3per cent – less than 18p a week - in a devastating snub to customers.

The reduction on gas tariffs is worth a saving of just £9 on the average annual household energy bill and is tiny in the context of a sharp fall in wholesale energy prices.

Wholesale gas prices are down by around 28per cent in a year and electricity by 15per cent, which could deliver annual savings of £140 if they were passed on in full.

Bend over and spread 'em!

Jan 27 18:20

DHS to Launch Iris and Facial Recognition at the Border

The Department of Homeland Security this summer plans to roll out iris and facial recognition services to the U.S. Border Patrol, according to DHS officials. The service will be able to share images with the FBI's massive multibiometric system, officials said.

Jan 27 18:19

Federal Bill Would Make Owning Body Armor a Crime Punishable by 10 Years in Prison

Democratic members of Congress apparently aren’t going to be satisfied until American citizens are completely and utterly defenseless.

Representative Mike Honda (D-CA) has introduced a bill for consideration of the new Congress which would prohibit the ownership of certain types of body armor for civilians.

H.R. 378 would make it a crime to own Type III body armor which would be punishable by up to 10 years in prison. Yeah, 10 years in prison.

Jan 27 18:01

Pleasure vs. Pain in the Programmed Society

If a thousand robots working in a factory can turn out more cars per day than their human counterparts, thus alleviating the stress of labor, then by analogy, delivering pleasure to a population through drugs or electromagnetic stimulation, bypassing the need for work, is a worthy objective.

These are the arguments, and a significant and growing percentage of the human race would find them persuasive and attractive.

Jan 27 17:55

Radical Leftists Win Election In Greece – Future Of Eurozone In Serious Jeopardy

Radical leftists have been catapulted to power in Greece, and that means that the European financial crisis has just entered a dangerous new phase. Syriza, which is actually an acronym for “Coalition of the Radical Left” in Greek, has 36 percent of the total vote with approximately 80 percent of the polling stations reporting. The current governing party, New Democracy, only has 28 percent of the vote. Syriza leader Alexis Tsipras is promising to roll back a whole host of austerity measures that were imposed on Greece by the EU, and his primary campaign slogan was “hope is on the way”. Hmmm – that sounds a bit familiar. Clearly, the Greek population is fed up with the EU after years of austerity and depression-like conditions. At this point, the unemployment rate in Greece is sitting at 25.8 percent, and the Greek economy is approximately 25 percent smaller than it was just six years ago.

Jan 27 17:49

French president’s Holocaust day speech presages crackdown on Palestine supporters

The planned crackdown raises concern that French authorities will use their powers to further censor speech critical of Israel under the guise of combating anti-Semitism

The problem is that Israel and its advocates have tried for years to blur the line between anti-Semitism – bigotry against Jews because they are Jews – on the one hand, and, on the other, criticism of Israel’s colonial occupation, massacres and violence against Palestinians.

Jan 27 17:47

Meet the People Who Want Obama to Repeal the Bill of Rights

Meet the Americans who want Obama to repeal the Bill of Rights in order to keep the country safe from terrorists. Political prankster Mark Dice asks Obama supporters if they would support Obama’s plan to repeal the Bill of Rights to protect Americans from terrorists.

Jan 27 17:45

Federal Bill Would Make Owning Body Armor a Crime Punishable by 10 Years in Prison

Democratic members of Congress apparently aren’t going to be satisfied until American citizens are completely and utterly defenseless.

Jan 27 17:44

Did This News Crew Capture Footage of a US Soldier in Ukraine?

Over the course of the war that is being waged in Eastern Ukraine, very few places have been more contested than the coastal city of Mariupol. The city has been subjected to numerous attacks and skirmishes by the pro-Russian forces of the Donetsk Republic, including a recent offensive that began last Saturday after a civilian neighborhood was shelled, killing 29 people in the process. As of now, it is unclear who was responsible for this indiscriminate attack.

One thing is clear though. The West, and the United States in the particular, has no desire to let any part of Ukraine fall into Russian hands. Some would argue that the US military may even be secretly aiding the Ukrainian war effort (and sometimes, not so secretly). Given the current status of Russian-American relations, it wouldn’t be surprising to find that both sides are actively fighting a proxy war in Eastern Ukraine, and may have boots on the ground in the region.

Jan 27 17:31

6 Crazy Facts about the Toxins in Makeup

Just about all of us use some type of personal care product, but did you know that many of these items contain a slew of toxic compounds? Sometimes using a product simply to improve your appearance can do more harm than good. That’s why I want to go over these 6 crazy facts you might not know about your makeup.

Jan 27 17:10

Is The US Preparing To Blame The Next Market Crash On "Russian Spies" And HFT? thing has become abundantly clear: the scapegoating plan for the "blame game" once the next, devastating, market crash takes place, will be simple: first, blame the E-T-Fs and the "trading robots" for the destabilization (but not the central banks, never the central banks), and then, just to kill all birds with one stone: blame it on the Russian spies.

Sadly, yes: bad B-grade movie scripts from the 80's is just how one would describe the current administration (complete lack of) imagination and foresight. Then again, what else can one expect when none other than the president relied on the "stupidity of the American voter" to pass his career-defining "Affordable" Care Act?