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May 19, 2015

May 19 10:43

Hugo Salinas - Global Economy in a Terrible Mess, No Way Out Without Suffering

Retail mogul Hugo Salinas-Price thinks what is coming is going to be an “apocalypse.” Salinas-Price predicts, “This is apocalyptic. We are in a terrible mess, and there is no way out without suffering. Apocalypse means prices are going to go haywire. Business is going to stagnate. Unemployment is going to prevail. There is going to be enormous disorder. That’s what I see will happen. We are not going to get out of this mess easily. It is going to be painful. One way to avoid pain is to have something you will be able to trade for what you need and that is gold and silver, especially gold.”

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May 19 09:59

Documents Reveal That British Police Feared “Trekkies” Would Overthrow Government

This week, it was reported by the Guardiann that “Trekkies”, or Star Trek fanatics, were labeled as a possible threat by British police. A hidden Scotland Yard document has recently revealed that police feared that Sci-Fi fans could potentially “turn on society” or “start a cult.”

The file was undated, but it is alleged to have originated around 1998 or 1999. The document also listed concern about other popular shows at the time such as X-Files.

May 19 09:51

Canada Seen As Dictatorship By American Students

It is said that the correct answer for the test was “they have constitutions that limit their power,” however the very first thing mentioned within the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, is the ability of the state to violate those “protected rights” which are supposed to be “guaranteed,” whenever the violation is done so within “reasonable limits prescribed by law as can be demonstrably justified in a free and democratic society.” They can violate your rights when they see the action to be fitting to their cause.

May 19 09:49

Mom Arrested, Shackled, Jailed Because Her Honor Roll Son Had 3 Unexcused Absences at School

Mother and substitute teacher Julie Giles was arrested this week because her son had too many unexcused absences from public school.

Writing on her Facebook page before turning herself in, Giles said “If anyone feels the need to go public with this feel free to do so….the facts are Sam originally had what they consider 12 unexcused absences, 6 are allowed per year, so he had 6 more than is acceptable, but the doctor reissued 3 excuses that Sam didn’t turn in, so basically I am being arrested for THREE days.”

She also noted that her child has all A’s and B’s in school.



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May 19 09:48

PRESIDENT OBAMA LEARNS TO TWEET

Hello, Twitter! It’s Barack. Really! Six years in, they’re finally giving me my own account.

May 19 09:47

ISRAEL’S NEW PUPPET GOVERNMENT

everal dozen pro-Palestinian demonstrators clashed with those supporting Israel at the front gates of a baseball stadium in West Sacramento, CA on Sunday where a celebration of 67 years of the Israeli state was being held.

Chanting “Israel has nothing to celebrate until Israel’s government stops violating human rights and international law,” the demonstrators featured a near life size puppet-sign of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

May 19 09:47

PHOTO OF THE DAY ~~MADONNA’S ‘MAKE LOVE NOT WAR!’

Madonna has stirred up controversy after posting a photo of a Palestinian man and a Hasidic Jewish man apparently mid-kiss on Instagram.

The photo, which was posted on Sunday, has already garnered upwards of 70,000 likes in just over 24 hours. It features a Jewish man with side curls wearing a large white knitted skullcap typical of the Breslover Hasidic movement, in addition to an Arab man wearing a keffiyeh. The two appear to be leaning in for a kiss.

May 19 09:44

Dahlia Wasfi ; America Under Israeli Occupation ( Everybody Must watch It)



May 19 09:41

Experts: U.S. claims Ramadi a mere setback are ‘delusional’

The Obama administration Monday called the fall of the capital of Iraq’s Anbar province to the Islamic State a temporary setback that Iraqi forces would reverse with U.S. support. Experts dismissed that assessment as ludicrous.

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May 19 09:23

Follow the Money: ‘USA Freedom Act’ Backers in Congress Have Taken More Than 2x as Much Money From Intel Contractors

Members of Congress who support mass government surveillance are, for once, facing a little resistance. Section 215 of the Patriot Act, which authorizes the phone dragnet that was ruled illegal by a federal court, is scheduled to expire on June 1. At the moment it does not appear that there are enough votes to pass an extension.

May 19 09:16

Obama surrenders and embarks on Plan B on Ukraine

With Poroshenko appeals to invade Donbass and Crimea, namely "The war will end when Ukraine regains Donbass and Crimea," the US Secretary of State John Kerry had to respond:
"If indeed President Poroshenko is advocating an engagement in a forceful effort at this time, we would strongly urge him to think twice not to engage in that kind of activity, that that would put Minsk in serious jeopardy. And we would be very, very concerned about what the consequences of that kind of action at this time may be."
Thus, the Obama Administration now had slammed Poroshenko down on the key issue of whether to resume the war against Ukraine's former Donbass region, and also slammed him on whether Ukraine should invade Crimea, which is Russian territory and would therefore mean a war against the Russian armed forces.




May 19 09:13

No charges for police officer who shot Illinois teen twice in the back

Prosecutors announced Thursday that they would not bring criminal charges against the Zion, Illinois police officer who shot 17-year-old Justus Howell twice in the back April 4, killing him.

May 19 09:13

Statin drug use nearly doubles your risk of diabetes, study claims

The use of cholesterol-lowering statin drugs could double your risk of developing diabetes, suggests a study conducted by researchers from the VA North Texas Health System and the University of Texas Southwestern that was published in the Journal of General Internal Medicine on April 28.

Previous studies have shown a link between statin use and increased diabetes rates, but the new study is the first to show that statins seem to increase diabetes risk even in otherwise healthy people who are not predisposed to the disease.

May 19 09:13

Gates acting ‘rationally’ amid ‘pressure’ coming up to Iran nuclear deadline

As attempts are underway to “sabotage” a nuclear deal between Iran and the global powers by “subterfuge of all kinds”, former US Secretary of Defense Robert Gates is “the rational player in the room” thanks to his anti-war stance towards Tehran, a geopolitical commentator says.



May 19 09:11

FDA colludes with Big Pharma to cover up deaths in psych drug trials

Does the habitual use of antidepressants do more harm than good to many patients? Absolutely, says one expert in a new British Medical Journal report. Moreover, he says that the federal Food and Drug Administration might even be hiding the truth about antidepressant lethality.

In his portion of the report, Peter C. Gotzsche, a professor at the Nordic Cochrane Centre in Denmark, said that nearly all psychotropic drug use could be ended today without deleterious effects, adding that such "drugs are responsible for the deaths of more than half a million people aged 65 and older each year in the Western world."

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May 19 09:04

EU to get rid of cash – new economic totalitarian regime

Brussels is going to bring about new steps in order to cope with the debts of European bank reserves. It decided not to undertake any further reforms to tackle the existing economic problems but rather to get rid of all cash.
To maintain the euro, they must maintain the banks. But the bank reserves consist of debts of all member states. As government becomes insolvent as in Greece, the banking system is undermined. The only way to prevent the banking collapse is to prevent people from withdrawing cash. Hence, we see this trend surfacing all the mainstream press to get the people ready for what is coming after 2015. We can even evidence this approach in major parts of Germany.
There will be no ability to buy or sell anything without government approval. That is where we are going and this may be the major event that erupts after 2015.

May 19 09:01

Forget What We Know Now: We Knew Then the Iraq War Was a Joke

One of the first "gotcha" moments of the 2016 presidential race came about as follows: Reporters following Jeb Bush on a pre-announcement campaign tour smartly decided to badger him about his position on the Iraq invasion. "Knowing what he knows now," they asked, would he have done the same thing as his brother?

Jeb's answer was characteristically Bushian: yes, no, and maybe. Bush III somehow hadn't prepared for the one question he was most absolutely certain to face the moment he decided take a step in the direction of the White House.

It was a little bit like invading a country and having no plan at all for what you do after you seize the capital. In other words, the kind of thing that should disqualify a person not just from the presidency, but maybe also from having a driver's license. George W. specialized in these jaw-dropping oversights, and it seems his brother might have a similar talent.



May 19 08:58

Seven most infamous Obama lies

The United States is working on a sophisticated technology to lie to people. President Obama, who promised transparent policies, affordable health care and fair prosecution of Wall Street sharks, was caught up in lies. However, yet again, Obama is doing his best to look like the savior of the American nation and the world. This time he plays the role of a superhero, who fights Al-Qaeda. Pravda.Ru has made up the list of Barack Obama's seven most infamous lies during his presidency.

May 19 08:56

How Congressional Republicans Lie to Approve Obama's Trade Deals

Obama’s trade-deals — especially TPP with Asia, and TTIP with Europe — are so vicious against the American people, the Obama Administration has labeled the documents “Classified,” and is threatening prosecution against any member of Congress who quotes from the texts; it would be “leaking classified information.”

May 19 08:56

U.S. economy has officially re-entered a recession and is headed to a major depression.



May 19 08:55

Jeb Bush: Jesus Would Be The Perfect Republican President

The Republican primary clown car has pulled into Iowa and the competitors are falling over themselves to prove to conservative voters that they deserve to be the nominee. For most, the strategy is simple: Keep yelling “Ronald Reagan” as loudly as possible. However, with every candidate rushing to position themselves as the next Reagan, the Law of Diminishing Returns has kicked in.



May 19 08:55

Piers Morgan Calls for War

Webmaster addition: Here's your rifle!

May 19 08:55

Lebanon Army shells militants as Nusra, ISIS clash on northeast border

The Lebanese Army pounded jihadi hideouts on the outskirts of Arsal Tuesday, as fresh clashes erupted in the area between ISIS and Al-Qaeda’s Nusra Front.

May 19 08:54

State employees warned of possible layoffs as Alaska budget impasse continues

Alaska Gov. Bill Walker on Monday used his veto pen to slash $3 billion in spending from the state Legislature’s unfunded $5 billion budget, saying Alaska will be able to provide only critical government services beginning in July if lawmakers can’t agree on a new spending plan that includes all the money required to pay for it.

Walker also sent a letter to the state’s 23,000 workers Monday warning that most would get layoff notices in June without a legislative compromise leading into the state’s next fiscal year, which starts July 1.

May 19 08:47

OSCE: Ukraine’s decommunisation laws threaten media freedom

Ukraine’s new law banning propaganda and symbols for "totalitarian Communist and Nazi regimes", recently signed by President Petro Poroshenko, poses a potential threat to free expression and free media, a leading figure in Europe's main security and rights watchdog OSCE said on Monday.
She also commented on a separate law "on the legal status and honouring of fighters for Ukraine’s independence in the 20th century", also signed by Poroshenko last week.
The law "introduces liability for publicly expressing disrespect for certain groups of fighters for Ukrainian independence in the 20th century and criminalizes public denial of the legitimacy of their fight for Ukraine’s independence", the statement said.



May 19 08:45

Over 200,000 Greeks Apply For Humanitarian Crisis Relief

The Humanitarian Crisis Relief program was one of the top priorities of the SYRIZA-Independent Greeks coalition government and it was pushed forwards despite the Troika-Institutions objections. After the EU leaders Summit end of March, EU Commission President Jean Claude Juncker had announced to release 2 billion euro to tackle the Greek humanitarian crisis. While it is not clear if Juncker sent the money or not, As KeepTalkingGreece reports, 212,897 Greeks have so far submitted requests to be part of the Humanitarian Crisis Relief Program.

The majority of the needy seek help with food, while a percentage seeks financial aid to pay rent and an even smaller percentage needs free electricity.

May 19 08:44

State Duma Speaker praises South Korea’s position on anti-Russian sanctions

Speaker of Russia’s State Duma, Sergei Naryshkin has praised the position taken by the South Korean government that showed unwillingness to follow in the footsteps of the U.S. and the EU and did not join the anti-Russian sanctions.
State Duma Speaker: Moscow, Seoul to be able to eliminate shrinkage of trade http://tass.ru/en/russia/795441
Russia interested in gradual unification of Korean nation — lawmaker
http://tass.ru/en/world/795466

May 19 08:42

Scotland threatens London with 2nd independence vote

Scotland has threatened London with a second referendum on independence if Edinburgh’s demands for more powers are ignored by the UK’s new Conservative administration.



May 19 08:42

Most Americans against Patriot Act, poll shows

Most Americans are against the Patriot Act, used by the NSA as a legal basis for spying on people, a new poll shows.

According to the poll released on Monday, 60 percent of the people in US think the Patriot Act should be reformed “to limit government surveillance and protect Americans’ privacy”.

May 19 08:41

Jeb Bush's Neo-Fascist PNAC Connection

Jeb Bush's signature on the founding documents of the Project for a New American Century will defeat any effort by him to separate his putative presidential candidacy from his family's historical support of overt Nazi and fascist policies, including the revelations of torture detailed in the Senate's report of this week.

PNAC developed and sold the blueprint for the new Anglo-American imperialism which has turned the United States internally into a garrison police-state and an imperial force internationally deployed against any nation deemed unfriendly to British or American financial interests. Its primary target was China, which it describes as the potential great power competitor of the United States, although it is most famous for selling the war in Iraq.

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May 19 08:37

Kiev forces shell Donetsk republic 29 times over past 24 hours, one person killed — DPR

"Over the past 24 hours the Ukrainian law enforcers have shelled the territory of DPR 29 times," the Donetsk news agency quotes him as saying. "Overnight alone, 19 incidents of shelling have been reported."
The DPR Defence Ministry points to an increase in the intensity of shelling from heavy weapons, which, according to the Minsk agreements, should be withdrawn from the separation line. In particular, over this period of time the Ukrainian side opened fire with 152-mm calibre guns six times. Also reported were 16 mortar attacks, five with tank guns, fire was opened twice with grenade launchers and small arms.
Militia say Ukraine’s Grad, Uragan rockets targeted at Kiev-controlled Volnovakha http://tass.ru/en/world/795515

May 19 08:37

U.S. Wakes up to “New Silk World Order”

The real Masters of the Universe in the U.S. are no weathermen, but arguably they’re starting to feel which way the wind is blowing.

History may signal it all started with this week’s trip to Sochi, led by their paperboy, Secretary of State John Kerry, who met with Foreign Minister Lavrov and then with President Putin.

Arguably, a visual reminder clicked the bells for the real Masters of the Universe; the PLA marching in Red Square on Victory Day side by side with the Russian military. Even under the Stalin-Mao alliance Chinese troops did not march in Red Square.

As a screamer, that rivals the Russian S-500 missile systems. Adults in the Beltway may have done the math and concluded Moscow and Beijing may be on the verge of signing secret military protocols as in the Molotov-Ribbentrop pact. The new game of musical chairs is surely bound to leave Eurasian-obsessed Dr. Zbig “Grand Chessboard” Brzezinski apoplectic.



May 19 08:36

Staff quit Clinton Foundation over Chelsea

Chelsea Clinton is so unpleasant to colleagues, she’s causing high turnover at the Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Foundation, sources say.

Several top staffers have left the foundation since Chelsea came on board as vice chairman in 2011.

“A lot of people left because she was there. A lot of people left because she didn’t want them there,” an insider told me. “She is very difficult.”

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She is her mother's child!

May 19 08:35

Report: Saudi Arabia in talks to purchase Pakistani nuclear weapons

Saudi Arabia has reportedly held talks with Pakistan for the purchase of nuclear weapons amid the ongoing nuclear negotiations between world powers and Iran, according to a US senior official who spoke with The Sunday Times.

Tensions in the region have escalated in light of the framework agreement the United States and the other world powers have made with the Islamic Republic, with Saudi Arabia increasingly concerned with the repercussions of a deal that may see the easing of sanctions leaving Iran more legroom to continue developing weapons of mass destruction.

May 19 08:34

Hillary Clinton made $3.2 million from the tech sector. Now she’s hitting it up for campaign dollars.

In one of her last gigs on the paid lecture circuit, Hillary Rodham Clinton addressed an eBay summit aimed at promoting women in the workplace, delivering a 20-minute talk that garnered her a $315,000 payday from the company.

Less than two months later, Clinton was feted at the San Francisco Bay-area home of eBay chief executive John Donahoe and his wife, Eileen, for one of the first fundraisers supporting Clinton’s newly announced presidential campaign.

The two events spotlight the unusually close financial ties between Clinton and a broad array of industries that have issues before the government and paid millions of dollars to her and her husband, former president Bill Clinton, in the months preceding the launch of her presidential campaign.

May 19 08:33

Apple Safari Browser Vulnerable to URL Spoofing Vulnerability

A serious security vulnerability has been uncovered in Apple’s Safari web browser that could trick Safari users into visiting a malicious website with the genuine web address.

A group of researchers, known as Deusen, has demonstrated how the address spoofing vulnerability could be exploited by hackers to fool victim into thinking they are visiting a trusted website when actually the Safari browser is connected to an entirely different address.

This flaw could let an attacker lead Safari users to a malicious site instead of a trusted website they willing to connect to install malicious software and steal their login credentials.

May 19 08:33

Russian-Chinese energy cooperation reaches strategic level, says expert

Decrease of demand for energy resources on the European market and the anti-Russian sanctions introduced by the West have given a new impetus to Russian-Chinese cooperation in oil and gas, Xia Yishan, the director of the center for energy studies at the Chinese Foreign Ministry said on Tuesday at a conference titled ‘Russia-Asia Energy Summit 2015’.
The two countries’ energy cooperation has reached a strategic level, he said. It acquired special importance amid the sanctions and the shortage of technologies.
Xia Yishan also stressed the lucrative financial terms offered by China.
Over the past years, cooperation has evolved away from the simple export/import formula to the supplies of technologies, prospecting, research, marketing of oil products, and the issuance of loans. Also, Chinese companies received permission to buy stakes in Russian enterprises, Xia said.

May 19 08:33

Canadian Government Just Killed Free Speech

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"Oh no, no, no, no, no; we didn't kill free speech! You are free to talk about anything you want at all ... except Israel." -- Prime Minister Harpo

May 19 08:31

The Invisible Man: CIA Whistleblower Jeffrey Sterling

For the first time since his indictment in December 2010, whistleblower Jeffrey Sterling’s voice can be heard – in this short documentary film, released May 12, 2015.

May 19 08:27

This was Sony Music's contract with Spotify

In section 4(a), Spotify agrees to pay a $25 million advance for the two years of the contract: $9 million the first year and $16 million the second, with a $17.5 million advance for the optional third year to Sony Music. The contract stipulates that the advance must be paid in installments every three months, but Spotify can recoup this money if it earns over that amount in the corresponding contract year.

But what the contract doesn’t stipulate is what Sony Music can and will do with the advance money. Does it go into a pot to be divided between Sony Music’s artists, or does the label keep it to itself? According to a music industry source, labels routinely keep advances for themselves.

May 19 08:25

RadioShack Sold Your Data to Pay Off Its Debts. The FTC Isn’t Too Happy About It.

RadioShack is dead, but its saga is ongoing. Last week, the company’s name was auctioned off for $26.2 million to Standard General, a hedge fund that earlier this year bought hundreds of RadioShack store leases. With the latest purchase, though, Standard General also got RadioShack’s collection of consumer data—that means the names, addresses, email addresses, and purchase histories of potentially tens or even hundreds of millions of RadioShack customers.

May 19 08:24

Ethiopian Jews take to the streets again in Israel to protest discrimination

Hundreds of Ethiopian Jews demonstrated against racism and discrimination in Tel Aviv on Monday, local newspapers reported.

The group gathered on Rothschild Boulevard in the city centre and moved towards the Tel Aviv Museum of Art and eventually to Rabin Square.

Police forces stopped the protesters from marching towards a highway to avoid roads getting blocked.

May 19 08:22

Ukraine’s parliament approves law granting right of moratorium on foreign debts payment

The document was upheld by 256 MPs.
Before the vote in the parliament, Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk said that Ukraine was to pay $30 bln of foreign debt and $17bln of domestic debt in four years.
He called on the country's Western partners to grant it real financial assistance.
"As part of our cooperation with the IMF and foreign creditors, we have received $ 9 bln in loans, but we paid back $14 bln to them. That's not fair. The Western partners ought to make real steps to help Ukraine," he said.

May 19 08:22

Israel says Iran violated sanctions by purchasing aircraft

A senior Israeli official took a swipe at Washington on Tuesday over Iran's purchase of second-hand civilian aircraft, saying the acquisition violated U.S. sanctions and went ahead despite a tip-off from Israel.

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Dear Israel.

Stop with all the whining already! Go polish your nuclear weapons or something and stop abusing our ears!

Just shut up. SHUT THE HELL UP!

Reader comment: Excuse me, but it wasn't Iran who violated the sanctions, it was the people who SOLD those aircraft to Iran who violated sanctions..

Minor, yet important distinction.

May 19 08:12

CDC's corporate "partners."

May 19 08:10

CDC exposed as for-profit corporation colluding with Big Pharma to corrupt government

Concerning the CDC, this supposed "public health" agency is admittedly a for-profit corporation, as evidenced by its inclusion in the official Dun & Bradstreet database. As you'll see, the CDC has a corporate headquarters and multiple "branch" locations, just like Walmart, Monsanto and every other corporation out there trying to make money.

The CDC is also directly aligned with the pharmaceutical industry, working lockstep with these purveyors of deadly drugs and vaccines to push for-profit poisons on the masses. Whether it's protecting the official narrative -- vaccines are safe and effective! -- or influencing politicians to support the latest drugs and vaccines, the CDC is always there to act as a trustee, if you will, for the multi-national drug and vaccine cartels.

May 19 08:08

Jews Continue Pressure for Internet Censorship

Back in March TOO came under sustained cyber-attack from the enemies of our people. This vital resource for truth was brought to a stand-still by a large number of bogus service requests, with Kevin MacDonald noting that one IP address in Israel “attempted to access the site 13,125 times within the span of three days.”

WEBMASTER ADDITION: Our server has been flooded with similar bogus requests form IPs located in Tel Aviv.

May 19 08:01

BEX ALERT - It’s time to give Israel the means to take out Iranian nukes

The negotiations over Iran’s nuclear program have engendered furious debate in Washington and in capitals across the world. But there are steps outside of the nuclear talks that President Obama can take to help ensure that the United States and its allies are stronger and more secure the day after a deal than they were the day before. One such step would be to provide Israel with GBU-57 30,000-pound bunker-buster bombs (known as the Massive Ordnance Penetrators, or MOPs) and the means to carry them, in a quantity sufficient to destroy Iran’s most deeply buried nuclear sites.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

There is no guarantee that Israel will not go ahead and use those weapons against Iran's civilian infrastructure, even in the absence of actual nuclear weapons. Iran has not initiated a war of conquest against another country in over 200 years. These days Israel cannot seem to go 3 months without attacking someone else. Neither can the US.

It should be remembered that Israel was at the forefront of claims that Iraq had nuclear weapons, and bombed Iraq's nuclear power plant at Osirak in 1981, then cheered the US on for the invasion of 2003. Today even the staunchest warhawk has had to admit that Iraq did not have nuclear weapons nor were they building any, and post-invasion inspections of the ruins at Osirak found nothing but a power station.

So now you want to give Israel the ability to repeat the Osirak mistake at Bushehr and shower yet another innocent civilian population with radioactivity?

May 19 07:58

William & Mary Honors War Criminal

Nothing better illustrates the extent to which the United States has turned its back on the rule of law than when the likes of Condoleezza Rice are asked to address graduates and receive doctoral degrees honoris causa at university commencements. Ms. Rice – in my view a war criminal – was accorded those honors Saturday by the College of William and Mary, the second-oldest college in the U.S.

May 19 07:52

Egyptian regime hangs six after ex-president Mursi sentenced to death

The Egyptian regime of General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi carried out the hanging Sunday of six individuals convicted in a frame-up military trial on terrorism charges. The mass execution came just one day after ousted President Mohamed Mursi was sentenced to death along with 105 other defendants in another politically motivated and rigged proceeding.

May 19 07:46

1,000s of disabled people in UK sexually abused: Charity

The National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC) said Monday that data collected from 106 councils showed 4,748 reports of sex abuse against disabled adults in the financial years 2013-14 and 2014-15, up to February 16, 2015.

May 19 07:46

Kerry: Ramp up pressure on North Korea

North Korea “continues to pursue nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles, it continues to break promises and make threats, and it continues to show flagrant disregard for international laws,” Kerry said during a joint news conference with South Korean Foreign Minister Yun Byung-se in Seoul on Monday.

May 19 07:46

Syrian War Set To Re-Explode

The Syrian war stalemate appears to be over. The regional powers surrounding
Syria – especially Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Qatar, and Jordan – have re-ignited
their war against the Syrian government. After over 200,000 dead and millions
of refugees, the U.S. allies in the region recently recommitted to deepening
the war, with incalculable consequences.

May 19 07:44

Thank you brave men and women in uniform

May 19 07:32

Feeling Trapped in a Dead-End System? Cartoonist Stephanie McMillan's Affirmations Encourage Resistance

Activists and organizers for social change undoubtedly experience periods of burnout. Working long hours – typically without pay and little appreciation – on campaigns, issues and causes where victories are few and far between can be demoralizing. Some activists get so frustrated with the perceived lack of results from their hard work, the divisions within the Left and the rampant apathy among the general public that they give up entirely and retreat from activism.

May 19 07:32

Obama’s Trade War Against Warren Wounds His Party – and His Legacy

Well, this is awkward. A few days ago President Obama literally laughed off Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s concern that his so-called “fast track” provision, which would limit Congressional power regarding trade deals for the next six years, endangers 2010’s Dodd/Frank financial reforms.

May 19 07:32

Sen. Sessions Takes A Bold Step: Tells The Truth About TPP

Senator Jeff Sessions (R-AL) is one of the few members of Congress who has taken the time to jump through the hoops and read the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). But, he has gone a step farther than other members – he told members of Congress what he read. He told the truth about what the TPP says and why Congress should oppose it in a five page letter to his colleagues.

May 19 07:28

Mirage Men

For over 60 years teams within the US Air Force and Intelligence services exploited and manipulated beliefs about UFOs and ET visitations as part of their counterintelligence programmes. In doing so they spawned a mythology so powerful that it captivated and warped many brilliant minds, including several of their own. Now, for the first time, some of those behind these operations, and their victims, speak out, revealing a true story that is part Manchurian Candidate and part Close Encounters of the Third Kind.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This documentary concurs with my own theory about the UFO craze; that it is an elaborate and long-running hoax to conceal top secret aircraft development by the US military.

May 19 07:17

Dr Kevin MacDonald: Evolutionary & Genetic Basis for Pathological Altruism

Kevin MacDonald received his Ph.D. in Biobehavioral Sciences and is a retired Professor of Psychology. MacDonald is the author of several books, academic articles and reviews on evolutionary psychology and child development. His research has focused on developing evolutionary perspectives on culture, developmental psychology and personality theory, the origins and maintenance of monogamous marriage in Western Europe, and ethnic group evolutionary strategies. He is the founder of The Occidental Observer, an online publication. In the first hour, Kevin outlines his recent work, which explores theories of a genetic basis for altruism and the lack of ethnic awareness or kinship oriented nepotism.

May 19 07:02

Are They About To Confiscate Money From Bank Accounts In Greece Just Like They Did In Cyprus?

Do you remember what happened when Cyprus decided to defy the EU? In the end, the entire banking system of the nation collapsed and money was confiscated from private bank accounts. Well, the nation of Greece is now approaching a similar endgame. At this point, the Greek government has not received any money from the EU or the IMF since August 2014.

May 19 07:02

New documentaries probe elaborate cons behind the war on terror ‘mirage’

Before the screening of War of Lies, the film’s German director, Matthias Bittner, was called to the stage and introduced. He said very little, mainly cryptically that “in Germany this film will never be broadcast in a festival – even a student festival – or in a cinema.”

Someone in the audience asked: “Why?”

Bittner didn’t answer. Instead, he shrugged his shoulders and quickly left the stage, pointedly looking at the audience, as if to say: “You decide – after you see the film.”

What the audience saw is that War of Lies exposes, from the inside, that the war on Iraq was based on lies, and that the German security forces were instrumentally involved. From this the audience could infer that this politically embarrassing fact is the reason the German establishment will do all it can to squelch the film.

May 19 06:51

The Rise and Fall of the US Dollar

The US dollar had a large increase in value the 2nd half of 2014 and into the first quarter of 2015. But April might have changed that.

May 19 06:13

Police were aware months in advance of biker gang meeting which left 9 dead

Nine individuals have been declared dead after an altercation took place early Sunday afternoon in the bathroom of Twin Peaks which soon progresses into the restaurant’s parking lot.

May 19 05:16

Police brutality: Thug cop face slams handcuffed man into concrete

A police officer in Virgina has resigned from the force after video footage released by the victim’s family showed him slamming a handcuffed man face first into the concrete.

May 19 05:11

Avian Flu Outbreak Among Chickens—What This Disaster Can Tell Us About Our Food Production

This outbreak is really not surprising. In fact, it's exactly what you can expect when you dramatically disrupt the natural order of things, and produce food under wholly unnatural circumstances. Confined animal feeding operations (CAFOs) are major warehouse-style growing facilities where animals are crowded together by the thousands, or in the case of chickens, tens of thousands.

May 19 04:55

Once cash is banned they will be able to force you to buy products: “Just tax their excess account balance”

In recent weeks we’ve seen numerous reports of how banks are actively working with governments to restrict cash usage. JP Morgan Chase, one of the world’s largest banks, has advised their customers that storing cash in their safe deposit boxes is no longer allowed – for your safety, of course.

May 18 22:02

Psychiatric drugs kill 500k+ Western adults annually, few positive benefits – leading scientist

Psychiatric drugs lead to the deaths of over 500,000 people aged 65 and over annually in the West, a Danish scientist says. He warns the benefits of these drugs are “minimal,” and have been vastly overstated.

May 18 21:57

Palestinian woman suffers miscarriage after assault by Israeli settlers

A pregnant Palestinian woman has suffered miscarriage after a group of Israeli settlers attacked and beat her up in the center of al-Khalil (Hebron), the southern occupied West Bank.

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May 18 15:39

UK cuts to make more brutal police tactics inevitable: Official

More potential budget cuts by the new Tory government in the UK would force British police to adopt “paramilitary” enforcement tactics to maintain their ability to enforce law and order, the head of the police officers’ organization has warned.

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