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November 5, 2015

Nov 05 07:46

Netanyahu's New Spokesman Accused Obama of anti-Semitism

The incoming head of Israel's National Public Diplomacy Directorate has previously accused U.S. President Barack Obama of anti-Semitism. Dr. Ran Baratz posted the remarks on Facebook a few hours after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addressed the U.S. Congress on March 3.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Apparently the latest definition of anti-Semitism is refusing to do what the government of Israel tells you to do!

Nov 05 07:44

Britain Ignores UN on TTIP as EU Commission Sanctions “Revolution Against Law”

The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) has its objectors – mainly the citizens of the countries involved in what can only be seen as confirmation of a corporate takeover. Governments have confirmed that democracy is no longer a principle worth pursuing.

Nov 05 07:44

Pope faces resistance to reform Vatican, new books say

Two new books by Italian journalists depict a Vatican plagued by mismanagement, greed and corruption and where Pope Francis faces stiff resistance from the old guard to his reform agenda.

Nov 05 07:41

The Discipline of Silver

Nov 05 07:35

9/11 Physics: "You Can't Use Common Sense"

They say everything changed on 9/11, and they sure weren't whistling Dixie! We all learned something about physics we would never have guessed. So pay attention while the dumb-asses get schooled by Elroy P.

Nov 05 07:32

New Jersey Institute of Technology Hosts '9/11 Critical Questions' Forum on WTC 7, invites AE911Truth

A mathematics professor at the New Jersey Institute of Technology has invited two representatives of Architects & Engineers 9/11 Truth to address students and faculty from the school's civil engineering department in a Technology, Art and Science Forum titled "9/11 Critical Questions."

The 90-minute event will be held on Wednesday afternoon, November 11, at NJIT's Campus Center Ballroom in Newark, NJ.

Prof. Jay Kappraff, Ph.D., created "9/11 Critical Questions" in order to present various perspectives on the destruction of the third World Trade Center tower, known as Building 7, to 100-plus students and faculty from NJIT's John A. Reif, Jr. Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.

He is also inviting the students and faculty from the New Jersey College of Architecture and Design and from five other colleges within NJIT to attend the forum, and will be placing an article and an advertisement in the school-wide newspaper for that purpose.

Nov 05 06:24

Police Stop Black Guy Fifteen Times & Demand ID, He Takes Them To U.S. Supreme Court & Wins

The issue of compulsory ID has been to the U.S. Supreme Court countless times and it is very clear that police have no authority to demand ID from people without cause. In Brown v. Texas, 443 U.S. 47 (1979), for example, the court ruled "to detain appellant and require him to identify himself violated the Fourth Amendment because the officers lacked any reasonable suspicion to believe appellant was engaged or had engaged in criminal conduct. Accordingly, appellant may not be punished for refusing to identify himself..."

Nov 05 06:00

Husband claims procedure caused wife's cancer to spread

A husband claims a procedure caused his wife's cancer to spread. And then the couple says the local hospital crossed the line when she returned for a different operation.

This was an urgent procedure for a recurrence of cancer at one of Boston's most prestigious hospitals (* Brigham & Women's Hospital) . The patient and her husband are both doctors and he actually used to work there, but after a campaign that included 1000's of what the hospital says were incendiary emails to ban his wife's initial procedure the doctor risked being banned from the hospital for this important surgery.
"They pretty much cut it up and minced it all within my abdomen," Amy said.

The couple contend that procedure actually spread what turned out to be cancer throughout Amy's abdomen starting a war of words railing against the procedure that ended up with Hooman being escorted by security on Monday.

(*UPDATE: Judge rebukes Brigham for placing morcellation critic under guard while his wife was in surgery
http://healthleadersmedia.com/content/QUA-322392/Judge-rebukes-Brigham... )

Nov 05 03:11


So, Muslims suffer from "derangement", eh David? Of course, their sentiments have nothing to do with the brutal treatment which the Israeli military (which Brooks' son volunteered to serve in!) metes out to the poor and dispossessed Palestinians; and its historical unprovoked attacks upon nearby Lebanon, Syria, Iraq and even, clandestinely, Iran. No. It's all about the "derangement".

Nov 05 03:09

Why 10 cases of dengue fever in Hawaii are much scarier than the rest

Hawaiian mosquitoes have been busy it seems. Local health authorities just confirmed 10 new cases of dengue fever, an excruciating disease nicknamed “breakbone fever.” That brings the total to 23 so far this year.

Nov 05 03:05

Strong earthquake hits Russia’s Kamchatka, no damage done

A magnitude 6.3 earthquake rocked Russia’s Far Eastern Kamchatka Peninsula on Thursday, a spokesman for the Kamchatka branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences’ Geophysical Service said. "The earthquake was registered at 13:59 local time (4:59 Moscow time). Its epicenter was located at a depth of 34 kilometers some four kilometers away from the settlement of Ust-Kamchatsk," the spokesman said, adding earth tremors of a magnitude of up to four points on the Richter scale were felt in Ust-Kamchantsk. Local emergencies services said the quake had caused no damage or loss of life. No tsunami warning was issued. "A team of rescuers examined building and structures in Ust-Kamchatsk. No damage was revealed. No casualties were reported," the spokeswoman said.

Nov 05 03:04

Russia sends missile systems to Syria to counter possible threats — air force head

Russia has deployed missile defense systems in Syria to counter a possible strike against its forces in the country and also to prevent attempts to hijack a warplane, Commander-in-Chief of Russia’s Aerospace Forces Col. Gen. Viktor Bondarev has said. "We have studied all the possible threats. We sent there not only fighter jets, attack aircraft, bomber aircraft, helicopters but also missile systems. As various force majeure circumstances may occur," Bondarev said in an interview with the Komsomolskaya Pravda newspaper published on Thursday. Bondarev explained that such emergency situations may be an attempt to hijack an aircraft and attack against Russian military in Syria. "We should be ready for this," he said.

Nov 05 03:02

Russia’s emergencies ministry to send humanitarian aid to Yemen

"A plane with relief aid is leaving for Yemen overnight to Thursday. It will deliver more than 20 tonnes of humanitarian cargoes - food products and tents - to the republic’s capital city Sana’a," the press service said.

Nov 05 03:01

26 instances of shelling registered in DPR over past day

"The Armed Forces of Ukraine shelled the villages of Spartak and Zhabichevo to the north of Donetsk, the area of the Volvo Center, the territory of the air terminal, the villages of Zaitsevo and Ozeryanovka near Gorovka," the Donetsk News Agency quoted Basurin as saying. Over the past two days, the DPR Defense Ministry has registered increased instances of shelling on the part of Ukraine’s military. The ministry said that on November 2, a total of 16 violations of the truce in Donbass were registered.

Nov 05 02:59

Kosachev: Russia does not see sufficient grounds for the cessation of flights to Egypt.

In his opinion, in this decision the UK has "an element of psychological pressure". "Can't say that it is the only one, but most of all, it is present," added the Senator. Kosachev believes that "there is a geopolitical resistance to Russia's actions in Syria." "I think... the world has enough of those who would prefer this catastrophe knowingly, in advance, without due cause be attributed to the response of the jihadists against Russia", - said the head of the international Committee of the Federation Council. http://tass.ru/politika/2408442
IAC: data of A321 "black box" copied, handed to investigation for deciphering http://tass.ru/en/world/834010
IAC: cockpit voice recorder of Russian plane crashed in Egypt seriously damaged http://tass.ru/en/world/834009

Nov 05 02:50

Deutsche Bank fined $258m for conducting business with Iran, Syria and Libya

Deutsche Bank fined for conducting business with three countries that have (had) no ?Rothschild? run central bank. The money from the fine is set to go to the U.S. Federal Reserve...you couldn't make this up if you tried.

Nov 05 01:58

Russia in Syria: US readies for dogfight, deploys F-15Cs fitted with air-to-air combat weapons

Amid increasing Russian influence over the Syrian skies, the United States is sending in a large number of F-15Cs fitted with air-to-air combat weaponry.

November 4, 2015

Nov 04 23:27

US led Coalition Air Strike in Mosul

Target : Mosque, Shopping Center, Car Showroom, Industrial Area

Nov 04 20:53

1-minute video: 5-year-old Palestinian schools Israeli soldiers on War Crimes

*hyperlinks/video live at source*


5-year-old Janna Ayyad shames Israeli soldiers with Sami Yusuf’s poetry:

All your armies, all your fighters,
All your tanks, and all your soldiers,
Against a boy holding a stone.
Standing there all alone,
In his eyes I see the sun.

In his smile I see the moon.
And I wonder, I only wonder.
Who is weak, and who is strong?
Who is right, and who is wrong?
And I wish, I only wish,
That the truth has a tongue!
We can help with truth as 100,000 Palestinians face winter in tents and animal shelters, as Israel escalates unlawful War of Aggression on Gaza. From previous documentation:

What does it mean Israel “occupies” Gaza? Is that legal?

Nov 04 18:46

Did a U.S. Sentinel Drone Hit Doomed Russian Metrojet?

Look, the U.S. has been saying for years now that drones are presenting a threat to air traffic. And that’s the smaller ones, the size of pigeons and hawks that they’re talking about. In fact, at a recent Southern California wildfire, firefighters couldn’t bring in air tankers due to private drone traffic around the scene. The drones that the U.S. military uses are substantially larger. Therefore, if an airliner struck a drone the size of the ones the U.S. military uses, it would certainly be capable of fatally disabling the aircraft.

Nov 04 18:30

On Repeat: US says ‘premature’ for Syrian govt & opposition to meet in Russia

Moscow has invited representatives of the Syrian government and opposition groups to hold talks in the Russian capital next week.

Nov 04 18:17

$750/pill pharma company under investigation by Senate for price gouging

Martin Shkreli, CEO of Turing Pharmaceuticals, just got a letter from the US Senate. And it’s not a nice letter .

Nov 04 18:14

Cuba achieved food security without destroying its environment and the rest of the world has taken notice: Cuba is presenting several of its original biotechnologies at an international business fair this week.

Cuba is presenting several of its original biotechnologies at an international business fair this week, drawing further attention to a sector of the Cuban economy that’s been generating substantial interest abroad.

Nov 04 18:01

BREAKING: Police Shoot 6-yo Boy in the Head Multiple Times Killing Him


The boy, Jeremy David Mardis, of Effie, was killed by multiple gunshot wounds to the head and torso. He was pronounced dead at the scene, Avoyelles Parish Coroner L.J. Mayeaux said Wednesday. The boy was a student at Lafargue Elementary in Effie.

The shooting on Martin Luther King Drive in Marksville happened at the end of a pursuit and involved multiple city marshals from Ward 2, Louisiana State Police spokesman Trooper Daniel “Scott” Moreau said.

Police sources claim that the driver, Chris Few, was attempting to flee when they fired on him. According to the AP, the coroner said Few reached a dead end and was backing into the marshals when they fired. The coroner also reportedly said Mardis was “caught in the line of fire.”

Nov 04 17:53

Power Wars: How Obama Continued Bush’s National Security State After Campaigning Against It

With just over a year left in office, President Obama is running out of time to fulfill his longstanding promise to close the U.S. military prison at Guantánamo Bay. The imprisonment of foreigners at Guantánamo is one of several Bush-era policies that continue under Obama’s presidency.

Nov 04 17:53

Sinai Crash: Search zone expanded, voice recorders & black boxes to shed light on tragedy

Russian emergency teams have expanded the search zone at the Sinai plane crash site to 40 square kilometres.

Nov 04 17:42

Update- Arthur Topham and the Canadian charter of rights, Mr Atzmon comes to Canada

We are continuing are coverage of the Mr. Tophams case and surprise, surprise a heavy weight comes to town. Mr. Atzmon most commonly known for his writings, “The wandering who” and his pro Palestinian stance has come to Canada to aide Mr Topham in his struggle for free speech. Mr Atzmon who has come during a world tour, couldn’t have made a more impactful statement by showing his support for Mr. Topham and further coming to Canada, a place that has been an absolute Zionist lobby run country for many years ie. the Harper Zionist Regime.

Nov 04 17:06

Whistler Forecasted to Get Nearly 4 FEET of Snow in the next Week!

It's still early fall, everyone!

Nov 04 16:30

Former Reagan Administration Official Warns That Financial Disaster Is Dead Ahead

But right now, most people don’t seem to be in the mood to listen to these types of warnings. Even though there is a mountain of evidence that the global economy has already plunged into recession, U.S. stocks had a great month in October, and so most Americans seem to think that the crisis has passed.

Nov 04 16:18

Houston Repeals “LGBT Discrimination Law” That Allowed Transgendered People to Use Any Public Bathroom They Want

Yes, there were other provisions of Houston’s HERO nondiscrimination city law, but the one that got the entire kit and caboodle repealed by a pretty high margin of voters involved one very, very simple premise: the idea that people who were born with girl parts use a female restroom, and people who were born with male parts use a male restroom.

Results showed 61% of voters said no to HERO, while only 39% voted to keep it.

By the way, proponents of this law outspent opponents THREE to ONE in advertising, and still it did not pass.

As Buzzfeed reported earlier this week, most voters in Houston didn’t even realize there were other provisions to the law or that it had much to do with discrimination per se.

Getting down to brass tacks, all people talked about was whether or not transgendered individuals, and in particular men who live and dress like women, would be allowed to use the women’s restrooms in public places in town.

Nov 04 16:08

Egypt is Flooding Gaza Border Tunnels With Seawater, Poisoning Water Supply

Egypt has been pumping salt water from the Mediterranean into Gaza's underground tunnels, which Cairo says have been used to smuggle weapons to Islamist insurgents in the Sinai desert.

But more than destroying the tunnels, the flooding is contaminating water supplies and threatening to wreck farmland and spread disease, Palestinian officials say.

"One cubic meter of seawater pollutes 40 cubic meters of underground water," said Tamer al-Sleibi, a water department director in Gaza.

He worries that the water could weaken the foundations of homes and spoil the land for agriculture. Additionally, as the water turns stagnant, mosquitoes and other disease carriers will breed.

Nov 04 16:01

Police: Frito Lay dumpster diver busted for allegedly stealing expired chips

A Dayton man is in jail after reportedly stealing expired Frito Lay chips from the business.

Thomas J. Offinger, 59, of Dayton, is in jail on charges of criminal trespass, theft and obstructing justice.

Nov 04 15:49

Black Lives Matter? Not in an NYT Graphic

Quick–who’s missing from this New York Times chart (11/2/15)?

The point of the chart, based on one in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, is that US non-Hispanic whites aged 45-54 have a rising mortality rate, unlike the similarly aged groups included for comparison purposes: Hispanics in the US, and people in France, Germany, Britain, Canada, Australia and Sweden.

Nov 04 15:46

Feds Raid Native American Tribal Lands, Seize And Destroy 30,000 Hemp Crops

Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and FBI agents, state and country authorities, undercover agents and policemen, some wearing military gear, raided and destroyed industrial hemp crops – 30,000 plants total – grown by the Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin, according to Fox 11 News in Wisconsin. The tribe…

Nov 04 15:44

Responding to Call to Back Off Public Lands, Sens. Unveil 'Historic' Climate Bill

'Keep It in the Ground Act' would also prohibit offshore drilling in the Arctic and Atlantic Oceans and halt new and non-producing leases in the Pacific and Gulf of Mexico.

Nov 04 15:20

Guns Sales Hit Record Highs For The 6th Straight Month

The level of FBI firearm related background checks in October again hit a record high, indicating that Americans have been buying firearms at all time highs for six months in a row now.

Nov 04 15:18

Bomber Training Planned for Early December

The first large-scale exercise in a huge bomber training area over the Northern Plains is scheduled for early next month.
Officials at Ellsworth Air Force Base in South Dakota say the exercise is scheduled in early December in the 35,000-square-mile Powder River Training Complex over the Dakotas, Montana and Wyoming.
The military says people in the region can expect to see many different types of aircraft in the sky. The Air Force also says non-military aircraft should avoid areas where the military planes will be flying.

Nov 04 15:16

Obama: "Suspicious Of Washington" Electorate Driving Political "Silly Season"

In an interview with NBC's Lester Holt aired Tuesday on Nightly News, President Obama said the "disgruntled" "suspicious of Washington" electorate is part of the current "silly season" in the 2016 election cycle.

The president said candidates are using Super PACs as a way to hide from talking about the issues.

"Describe the climate to me. Is it any different, the political climate, the election climate than when you ran eight years ago?" NBC's Holt asked President Obama.

"You know, political season is always a little bit of a silly season," Obama said. "I do think that what's different this time is that particularly in the Republican party you have, I think, the most disgruntled, or suspicious of Washington portion of the electorate that is driving the process."

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Ooooh, it's all the fault of the malcontents!!!!!!!

Nov 04 15:07

CNN: Pike Place Market's Gum Wall Getting a Deep Cleaning (Another Seattle Icon 'Scrubbed' from History)

This story has been going national. It's too bad that everything Seattle is being erased. This is a short, disgusting, humorous video I made of Seattle's Gum Wall attraction during my early months while studying at the Art Institute of Seattle. Since I do photography at 24 frames per second, my work is not eligible for the photo contest.


- CD

Nov 04 14:53

Talking to a new Syrian media

These folks are trying to create their own Syrian television news network. I have spoken with them before but it has only been since Russia's bombing of ISIS and other CIA mercenaries that I have been able to contact them again.

Nov 04 14:53

Tories ignore body count of the DWP victims they have killed

It has emerged that the Conservative Government have refused to comply with a Freedom of Information Act request that would expose the death rate of people found ‘fit for work’ by the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP).

Nov 04 14:46

Obama rejects request to suspend Keystone pipeline review

The Obama administration will continue its review of the Keystone XL oil pipeline, rejecting a request from TransCanada to halt its work while legal questions over the project’s route through Nebraska are sorted out.

State Department spokesman John Kirby told reporters Wednesday the administration is under no legal obligation to honor TransCanada’s wishes and instead will move ahead with its study, which has been ongoing since President Obama took office in 2009.

Nov 04 14:34

Up to 4 Inches of Snow Falling on Parts of Southern Utah

Forecaster Glen Merrill said Wednesday that the snow started falling late Tuesday on the Pine Valley mountains near St. George, and the higher elevations in the central part of the state near Cedar City also got about two inches of snow.

Further north, some parts of the Salt Lake Valley are getting some snowflakes, and the western benches near West Valley City could also see accumulation.

Nov 04 14:17

Justice for sale as G4S prepare to take over police control rooms

British police forces are looking at the possibility of outsourcing the management of 999 emergency calls to the controversial G4S private security firm, as a way to save money.

Nov 04 14:17

FLASHBACK - Lobbyist refuses glass of water containing carcinogen despite saying its safe

A lobbyist has refused to drink a glass of water containing a potentially cancer-causing pesticide during an interview despite repeatedly claiming the chemical is completely harmless.

Dr Patrick Moore, a Canadian lobbyist employed by farming products manufacturer Monsanto, was being interviewed on French television as part of an investigation into genetically modified foods when the interviewer asked him about the evidence linking glyphosate to an increased risk of cancer.

Glyphosate is a key ingredient in the Monsanto product Roundup, a pesticide used mainly to kill weeds.

Nov 04 14:08

Syria hospitals Russia accused of bombing don’t exist – Defense Min

The Russian Defense Ministry has denied media reports its aircraft hit hospitals in Syria, saying the medical facilities mentioned by Western media don’t actually exist.

Nov 04 13:58

The flow towards Europe

The map below shows the flow of asylum seekers to European countries over time.

Each moving point on the map represents 25 people. That corresponds to approximately one busload with every other seat taken.

Nov 04 13:57

Bill Holter: China Could Reprice Gold To $100,000 per Ounce

“The old way out was to revalue gold higher. They could revalue gold and step up and say they will pay $50,000 or $100,000 per ounce for any and all ounces for sale.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

My wedding ring is worth more than I am! :)

Nov 04 13:52

The World's Most Powerful People 2015

Russian President Vladimir Putin emerged as the world’s most powerful person for the third year running. Putin continues to prove he’s one of the few men in the world powerful enough to do what he wants –and get away with it. International sanctions set in place after he seized Crimea and waged war-by-proxy in Ukraine have kneecapped the Ruble and driven Russia into deepening recession, but haven’t hurt Putin one bit: In June his approval ratings reached an all-time high of 89%. In October, he bombed ISIS forces in Syria and then met face-to-face with President Assad, making the U.S and NATO look weak in the region, and helping rebuild Russian influence abroad.

Nov 04 13:50

US-Backed Syrian Alliance Exists ‘In Name Only’

A few weeks ago, the US announced plans to dramatically increase aid to a group calling itself the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), a heretofore unmentioned which itself was presented as having just been formed out of a similarly unknown faction called the Syrian Arab Coalition, which was nominally the recipient of large airdrops of US arms.

The group didn’t form out of nowhere, of course, and in many ways it didn’t form at all, as the indications are that the Democratic Forces exist in name only, and were largely an invention of the US for branding’s sake after the last failed rebel-creation plan.

Nov 04 13:49

For the first time since 1948, Egypt votes for Israel at UN

Egypt’s representative at United Nations voted on Friday in support of Israel’s bid for membership of the UN Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space Affairs (UNOOSA), Israeli media reported. Since the creation of the state of Israel in 1948 and its acceptance to membership of the UN, Egypt had never voted in its favour at the UN before last Friday.

Nov 04 13:48

Saudi Royalty Gets Away With Drug Smuggling, Rape & Torture

Nov 04 13:39

U.S. intelligence: Bomb likely brought down plane

The latest U.S. intelligence suggests that the crash of Metrojet Flight 9268 was most likely caused by a bomb on the plane planted by ISIS or an ISIS affiliate, according to a U.S. official familiar with the matter. The official stressed that there has not been a formal conclusion reached by the U.S. intelligence community. "There is a definite feeling it was an explosive device planted in luggage or somewhere on the plane," the official told CNN's Barbara Starr.

Webmaster addition: That the same U.S. intelligence agencies who told us Saddam had nuclear weapons?

Nov 04 13:38

Drugged Into Oblivion: Nearly 60 Percent Of All U.S. Adults Are On Prescription Drugs

If you have a health problem, even if it is just an imaginary one, some giant pharmaceutical company out there is probably making a pill for it. According to shocking new research published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, 59 percent of all U.S. adults are on at least one prescription drug, and 15 percent of all U.S. adults are on at least five prescription drugs.

Nov 04 13:33

‘They cuffed my hands, blindfolded me’: Israel detained over hundred kids since October

More than a hundred Palestinian children have been detained by Israeli forces since the beginning of October, rights groups say.

Nov 04 13:29

An American expert has warned of the ineffectiveness of aircraft carriers in the new environment

American carriers, are able to represent and defend the interests of the United States in all regions of the world in the next few years may become ineffective. These findings are contained in the report of the American expert quoted by CNN. The reason for the strategic miscalculations made many years ago.

An expert from Center for New American Security Jerry Hendrix in his report, points to a fundamental weakness avanessa groups — the actual aircraft, range is limited. The development of means of restraint, in particular missiles, capable of hitting aircraft carriers, will minimize their ability to come to adequate distance to the shore and to effectively apply aviation, says Hendricks.

Nov 04 13:28

Muslim "Refugee" Rapes Woman to Death, But Doesn't Stop There

Nothing good can come of allowing hundreds of thousands of Muslim “refugees” to infiltrate the borders of Western countries. This is evidenced by the daily reports of rape and murder being perpetrated on innocent citizens by these violent Islamist's.Most recently, a Swedish woman was raped to death by a Somalian Muslim refugee. The 34-year-old immigrant attacked the woman next to the parking garage of a Sheraton hotel.The Muslim assaulted the woman so violently that she died while being raped.

But that didn’t stop her attacker.

Unsatisfied, he continued to rape her lifeless corpse even after she had stopped breathing.

When the police showed up to arrest the Somalian, he was still raping the woman.

Nov 04 13:24

VIDEO Uncovered Trump Interview From Over 25 Years Ago Will Shock A Lot of People

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Trump's views have not changed, unlike the other politicians who say whatever the polls tell them to say!

Nov 04 13:09

Target Tarantino: Director under fire for police brutality speech

New York City’s largest police union is calling for a boycott of Quentin Tarantino’s films after the Oscar-winning director took part in a rally protesting the deaths of unarmed suspects at the hands of police.

Nov 04 13:00

"Go ahead, shoot us!" - Desperate Germans clash with police in protest against migrants

After the mayor of the German village of Freiberg announced the arrival of 384 new migrants in 9 buses, locals, afraid of their safety and future, clashed with police and tried to block their path.

Nov 04 12:59

Wailing Wall-'Wrecking Ball' by Miley Cyrus Parody

Nov 04 12:57

Disney Cartoon Reject Claims Russia Causing Refugee Crisis

Arseniy Yatsenyuk, Prime Minister of Ukraine, is accusing Russian president Vladimir Putin of wanting to split the EU through floods of refugees.

One can view Putin as one likes, but to be able to trigger such floods of refugees, our own politicians, military-industrial complexes and the militaristic interventions of our own political, economic and military allies would certainly not be in any need of assistance. They have been at it for decades now, straining with intensity – and that in all our names. This game for resources, power, markets and money they have played with skill, and one can comfortably state that they had a heck of a mass-killing party doing it.

Nov 04 12:55

History Repeats Itself: Moscow Defended Syria From US Regime Change Plots in 1957

While efforts at finding a political solution to the current Syria crisis are being stepped up by all interested parties, experts on the Middle East look back to the 1950s when the foundations of this extremely shaky edifice were laid down by the West.

Top secret Cabinet papers dating back to September 1957 reveal that the British government was quite uneasy of the possible consequences of the US policy of “regime change” in Syria. Moscow's reaction to the American policy on Syria, the British ministers observed, “could be expected to be strong and determined, and they [Moscow] would try to frustrate it by every means short of those which, in their judgement, would be likely to involve them in a war with the West.”

Nov 04 12:52

Captured ISIS Leaders in Iraq Confess to Receiving Military and Intelligence Support from the United States

Spokesman of Iraq’s Kata’ib Hezbollah (Hezbollah Battalions) popular forces Jafar al-Hosseini disclosing that captured ISIL leaders have acknowledged receiving logistical backup and intelligence support from the US.

“As the ISIL commanders captured in Iraqi popular forces’ recent military operations have confessed, the US supports for the terrorist groups are not limited to the dispatch of logistical support,” Al-Hosseini told FNA on Sunday.

He reiterated that the US has provided the ISIL with intelligence about the Iraqi forces’ positions and targets.

“ISIL commanders trusted the US officials who had assured them that the Iraqi forces would not attack Fallujah because the US had urged the Iraqi government to prevent the popular forces from entering Fallujah and raid Beiji instead; hence the terrorists left Fallujah for Beiji to stay on the alert in there,” Al-Hosseini added.

Nov 04 12:51

The New Yorker Doesn’t Factcheck What ‘Everyone Knows’ Is True

Dexter Filkins has been one of the top journalists covering America’s wars since 9/11—first for the New York Times, and since 2011 for the New Yorker—often uncovering stories that were not welcomed by the US national security structure. But when Filkins, in a long-form New Yorker article last summer (7/20/15), took on the subject of Argentine prosecutor Alberto Nisman’s untimely death and its relation to his role in indicting senior Iranian officials for a 1994 Buenos Aires terror bombing, it tested how far Filkins would go in questioning conventional wisdom.

Nov 04 12:38

Subpoenaed VA Officials Refuse to Testify at Congressional Hearing

Two Veterans Affairs Department senior executives invoked their Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination Monday at a congressional inquiry into claims they pushed other executives out of jobs that they then took over.

Diana Rubens, director of the Philadelphia Pennsylvania Regional Office, and Kimberley Graves, director of the St. Paul, Minnesota Regional Office, plead the Fifth more than a half dozen times to questions from House Veterans Affairs Committee Chairman Rep. Jeff Miller, R-Florida.

The two are now facing disciplinary action under the provisions of the Accountability Act Congress passed last year to fast-track firings of VA employees for misbehavior or incompetence, Danny Pummill, principal deputy undersecretary for benefits, told lawmakers.

Nov 04 12:19

America’s Wars Have Killed 20-30 Million People Since WW2

Throughout the Cold War, and up until the present day, the US government has portrayed itself as a purveyor of freedom and democracy across the world. However, when you take a look at the results of our foreign policy, it becomes clear that our government is nothing more than a purveyor of death and misery.

We Are Change recently examined all of the recent conflicts that our government has been engaged in, and came to a startling conclusion. Since the end of World War Two, our freedom spreading government has killed between 20 and 30 million people across the globe. The numbers were derived from any conflict that the US had a crucial role in, including countless covert proxy wars and revolutions. The wars that we had a direct role in, including Korea, Vietnam, and Iraq, were responsible for at least 10-15 million deaths.

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Nov 04 12:17

Why Governments Aren’t All That Different from Street Gangs

At some point, you may have heard someone call the government a “gang of thieves writ large,” which is a generalization of a quote attributed to libertarian thinker Murray Rothbard. However, if you’re not familiar with the philosophy behind that quote, you might mistakenly believe that it is nothing more than a clever observation on the wasteful and corrupt nature of government. That’s because you may not be aware of the meaning of “writ large.” It’s synonymous with “clearly” or “obviously.” In reality, Rothbard wasn’t trying to make a clever statement. He was quite literally calling the government a gang.

Nov 04 12:15

Hillary Clinton’s New Gun Control Ad

Hillary isn’t just doing campaign ads. It’s almost as if she knows she’s going to win and is telling you a list of what’s going to go down once she gets into the Oval Office.

For one, she just cannot wait to enact more gun control laws if she becomes president.

She is stomping the campaign trail with 2nd Amendment curtailing threats. She’s already mentioned she’ll bypass Congress and gleefully sign gun control executive orders if and when she’s elected president.

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Nov 04 12:07

Schoolgirl, 14, gets detention for violating school's rule against public displays of affection by HUGGING a male friend

The parents of a 14-year-old Florida middle-schooler are outraged, after their daughter was sentenced to detention for hugging a classmate.

Ella, an eighth-grade student at Jackson Heights Middle School in Oviedo, says one of her male friends was having a bad day recently, so she have him a hug.

'It was literally for a second,' Ella described to WKMG.

Nov 04 12:06

Some White Bread “ISIS Sympathizers” in Fake Beards Make a Video Pretending to Take Credit for Flight 9268

How many fake beards do you see in this studio shot? Are there more fake beards than fake plants? Are there more fake “ISIS” sympathizers than there are Mossad agents?

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Note the professional lighting used in the above video!

Nov 04 12:02

Flood Of Migrants From The Muslim World May Be Coming To Baton Rouge, Lafayette And Metairie

Three major cities in Louisiana are listed among a US State Department Refugee Public Affiliate Directory which supposedly contains a list of 180 cities in the country where 10,000 Syrian refugees may be resettled.

According to a report by the Federalist Papers, Baton Rouge, Lafayette (which is also considered a “sanctuary city” for illegal immigrants) and Metairie are all listed on a Migrant and Refugee Services (MRS) directory.

Nov 04 12:02

Solar storm knocks out flight control systems in Sweden

Aviation officials say a solar storm knocked out the air traffic control systems in Sweden on Wednesday, prompting them to close the country's airspace for more than an hour.

Nov 04 12:01

Police search for 'active shooter'

San Diego police were searching for an "active shooter" in Bankers Hill with a man reportedly shooting from an upper-floor apartment with a high-powered rifle.

Nov 04 11:59

BEX ALERT - UK suspends Sinai flights, says Russian jet may have been brought down by explosive device

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Egypt is saying mechanical failure. Russia is saying Mechanical failure. The flight data recorder indicates an explosion in the engine as the cause. No traces of explosive residue have been found on the aircraft or the bodies. The only people screaming "terrorist" are Metrojet, which is trying to avoid liability and negligence lawsuits, and the western press, which is desperate to resell ISIS as an enemy to offset recent revelations that ISIS works for the US Government!

Nov 04 11:56

All flights from Sharm El Sheikh to the UK is delayed because of suspicions that the cause of the crash of the Russian airliner in the Sinai Peninsula has become "an explosive device"

This was reported in the office of the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom David Cameron.

Nov 04 11:54

Shooting death of cop that sparked manhunt was his own 'carefully staged suicide' after he secretly embezzled money from youth programs to pay off his mortgage and visit adult websites

A money-laundering cop faked a chase and a shooting before staging his own suicide, leading to a massive police manhunt for suspects who didn't exist.

Charles Gliniewicz killed himself on September 1 after embezzling funds from police in the village of Fox Lake, Illinois, for seven years, officials confirmed on Wednesday.

The 52-year-old officer, nicknamed GI Joe, was initially hailed as a hero, but police say he committed the 'ultimate betrayal' by stealing cash set aside for teenagers who aspired to one day join law enforcement.

The married father-of-four took a 'five-figure' sum - which was supposed to be used by the Explorers youth program - and spent it on vacations, personal items, mortgage payments and adult websites.

Nov 04 11:53

French police search office, home of National Front founder

French police and investigators raided the offices and home of far-right National Front party founder Jean-Marie Le Pen on Wednesday searching for evidence of alleged tax evasion through foreign bank accounts.

Nov 04 11:46


The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency requires cities to perform nine anal-retentive steps to manage and dispose Halloween pumpkins to “protect human health.”

The agency wrote out a long list of steps cities are required to perform when hosting a “pumpkin collection event” for old jack-o’-lanterns, including filling out a Request for Approval of One-day Pumpkin Collection Event form, which is unavailable on the IEPA web site due to a server issue.

“Pumpkins must be managed in a manner that protects against releases, prevents nuisances, and otherwise protects human health and the environment,” step four states. “Operation of the site should be done in a way that will minimize rainwater or snow from coming into contact with the stored pumpkins.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Obviously from the Illinois EPA's department of "you can't make this stuff up."

I have to wonder; did the person who came up with this directive ever hold a real job?!?

And if they did, were they promptly fired, due to writing such directives to which other employees were bound to comply?!?

One can only...wonder.

Nov 04 11:40

State Department: Reporter’s removal was ‘standard procedure’

The State Department on Monday declined to say that its officials did anything wrong when a reporter was removed from a room with Secretary John Kerry and the president of Uzbekistan after asking a question about human rights.

Instead, spokeswoman Elizabeth Trudeau said that the incident appeared to be “part of a standard procedure.”

“People were being ushered out of the room at the end of the photo spray,” Trudeau, the director of the office of press relations, told reporters during a daily briefing.
“Photo sprays are very different from standard press conference where reporters can ask questions,” she maintained. During photo sprays, which tend to be brief, officials typically offer a short statement at either the beginning or end of an important meeting.

“However, we’re not perfect,” she added. “We’re going to take a look at what happened,” and review any possible ways to improve in the future.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Bravo, Carol Morello, for actually doing your job!

And folks, let's face facts here; when those "values" America
is supposed to hold near and dear to its collective heart (human rights, democracy, human dignity, etc.,) ever get in the way of doing business, no matter how slimy the handshake with a foreign dictator may be, business trumps human rights every time in US governmental dealings.

Just stating the obvious here.

Nov 04 11:38

As Violence Soars in the West Bank, Leaders Seek Coexistence Between Peace and Occupation

Ali Abunimah, author of One Country: A Bold Proposal to End the Israeli-Palestinian Impasse, says no one has the gumption to deal with the real problem - and that is Israel.

Nov 04 11:37

Al Qaeda Leaders Agree with Clinton, McCain and Petraeus: U.S. Should Impose a No Fly Zone Over Syria

Hillary Clinton, John McCain, David Petraeus and other hawks have long called for a no-fly zone over Syria.

The U.S. is now sending F-15 jets to Syria.

That should terrify Al Qaeda and other baddies, right?

Nope … Al Qaeda leaders are actually begging for a U.S.-imposed no-fly zone.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

A no-fly zone is just another name for military blockade; an act of war given that Syria's government does not want the US on its soil or in its air.

Nov 04 11:36

Quote of the Century: “Today’s European politicians . . . are Test-tube Politicians…”

“Today’s European politicians . . . are ‘test-tube politicians,’ who haven’t emerged from a process of significant political battles with worthy political oppnents, but have instead risen to power through the manipulations conjured by the strong players of the financial capital system, with the objective to control the political elite of the European continent. They are more employees than they are politicians. Moreover, their programme is not for public disclosure. Should they discuss in public what they really want to achieve, or rather what the bankers who appointed them want to achieve, even the stones will cry out in Europe in protest against them!

Nov 04 11:36

The ‘non-lethal’ chemical weapon killing Palestinians

“The entire camp was full of gas,” he recalled. “We had to have people with gas masks all over in order to pull people who got stuck outside out of the white clouds”

During the middle of the assault, the Israeli army and border police — in a surprise move — issued a message to residents via loudspeaker. One young man caught the entire message on video.

“People of Aida refugee camp, we are the occupation army,” the border police officer’s voice boomed through a main part of the camp in Arabic. “If you throw stones, we will hit you with gas until you all die – the youth, the children, the old people, you will all die.”

“You will all die,” the officer said. “We won’t leave any of you alive. We have arrested one of you, he’s with us now, we took him from his home and we will slaughter and kill him while you watch if you keep throwing stones. Go home or we will gas you until you die, your families, your children, everyone. We will kill you,” the message continued.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Just ask those women and children at Waco, gassed to death by the US Government with a tear gas illegal to use on enemy troops in time of war!

Nov 04 11:20


In his most recent attempt to centralize the federal government’s grip on America, Obama has launched his “21st Century Policing” pilot program, COPS, in six cities across the country.

“Obamalaw,” is yet another overreach of Constitutional authority to fundamentally transform the nation, this time by taking away local police enforcement rights and putting new rules and regulations in place as dictated by the President and Eric Holder’s Justice Department. Born out of the perception that racism is rampant amongst city law enforcement agencies, this new plan is intended to address the issue by trampling on local rights.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The terroristic treatment of suspects by police transcends racial boundaries, and so what the Obama Administration is attempting to do here is create a false narrative that it is only minorities who are being targeted in this way.

And Obama is doing this, because he cannot fix the fundamental problems of a dying economy in these cities.

Let's look at Gary, Indiana, for example. As reported at City-Data.com: in 2013, the precentage of residents living in poverty is +/- 41% In Fort Worth, Texas, as of 2012, reported at the star-telegram, "In a measure of tough times, the number of poor Tarrant families grew as well. Among families with children under age 18, about 20 percent, or 1 in 5, were living in poverty last year.

That's 20% of the population, folks.

In Stockton, California, post bankruptcy, as reported by recordnet.com in 2013: "Stockton is home to almost 30,000 children living below the federal poverty line ($23,050 for a family of four), according to the U.S. Census Bureau and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Using the bureau's 2011 American Community Survey, researchers have determined that 37.4 percent of the city's children are poor. That makes Stockton 18th in the nation, according to the National Center for Children in Poverty."

In Birmingham, Alabama, as of May, 2014 (as reported at weldham.com), in the city zip code of 35203, "The poverty rate in 35203 is a staggering 47.1 percent, meaning that nearly one of every two residents in the ZIP code lives below poverty level."

In Minneapolis, as reported at http://www.ci.minneapolis.mn.us/sustainability/indicators/WCMS1P-093584:

Over 50% of African-Americans and Indigenous Americans live in poverty.

By this Federal Policing program, President Obama wants to appear to be "doing something", by painting all police as racist, to distract residents of these cities from the reality that what he cannot do is fix the poverty that the outsourcing/offshoring of jobs has caused to happen.

His corporate masters have let him know, in no uncertain terms, that they will continue to suck the life out of communities like these, and source work into cheaper pools of labour internationally.

Does police training, nationally, need to be changed, to make police treat ALL Americans less like the IDF generally treats Palestinians?!? Absolutely. I am very lucky; I have had a few speeding tickets in my life (which I earned, BTW), but I have never had a confrontation with any law enforcement personnel.

But the fundamental flaw here is that when prosperity gets taken away from average citizens, the rise in crime is a direct result of this.
And Obama is impotent to provide any "hope and change" in this matter for poor Americans.

Nov 04 11:12

Obama: Making Hillary Clinton secretary of State one of my ‘best decisions’

Asking Hillary Clinton to serve as secretary of State was "one of the best decisions I ever made as president," President Obama told philanthropists and donors gathered Tuesday at the Clinton Global Initiative meeting in New York City.

The president showered the former first lady — and front-runner for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination — with praise, saying he "will always be grateful for her extraordinary leadership."

Obama went on to joke that he still had "a lot of debt to pay" because of the miles Clinton traveled when in his administration. But he also praised the former New York senator for her "post-administration glow."

"She looks much more rested," Obama said to laughter.

Nov 04 11:11

‘Crime of opinion’: French weatherman sacked for climate change skeptic book

A famous French weatherman has broadcast the news of his sacking in an online video, saying he was fired for writing a book challenging climate change.

Nov 04 11:09

Russian plane crash: Evidence points to previous tail damage being likely cause of crash, expert says

A sudden heat "bloom" detected at the site of a Russian plane crash in Egypt would be consistent with a catastrophic structural failure caused by long-standing damage to the plane's tail, an Australian aviation expert says.

Geoffrey Thomas, the Perth-based editor of Airlineratings.com, said he believed damage from a "tail-strike" during a heavy landing in Cairo 14 years ago was the most likely cause of Saturday's crash that killed 224 people.

Nov 04 11:06

Flashback: Winter blackout fear as reserves run low: Osborne's green taxes blamed for power supplies falling to danger level

Britain's power generation capacity is dangerously low and the country risks blackouts for the first time in a generation, with experts warning the problem is a consequence of the drive to a low carbon economy.

Figures out this week are expected to show spare capacity in Britain’s electricity generators will be perilously close to zero this winter and could fall even further, leaving Britain without enough power by the winter of 2016-17.

Nov 04 11:05

National Grid in urgent call for companies to reduce electricity usage

National Grid has for the first time used “last resort” emergency powers to tell companies to reduce their electricity usage, in an effort to avoid the risk of blackouts.

It asked firms to reduce their power demand immediately, issuing a so-called “demand-side balancing reserve” (DSBR) notice to companies that have signed a contract to say they will take part in the demand reduction scheme.

A spokesman said this measure had never been used before, while the grid has previously said it would “only be used as a last resort, after all other actions available in the market have been exhausted”.

Earlier on Wednesday, National Grid issued an urgent request for energy companies to make more power available after multiple breakdowns at UK power stations.

Nov 04 11:02

Fed’s Yellen: December is ‘live possibility’ for first interest-rate increase

Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen said the U.S. central bank may raise short-term interest rates at its mid-December meeting, but emphasized no decision has yet been made.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

They won't. They can't. Wall Street is being propped up by virtually interest-free cash. When that stops, the markets will collapse as there is insufficient underlying value to support the current prices!

Nov 04 11:01

Alaska's already high health insurance rates set to get even higher in 2016

Polly Hess got a letter last month from her health insurance company saying that the premium for her and her husband’s health insurance plan would increase next year by more than 30 percent -- from $1,648 to about $2,500 a month.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I just got a letter canceling my insurance. Apparently the provider is going under!

Nov 04 11:00

The Case for Bernie Sanders - Matt Taibbi

The New York Times published a piece over the weekend about the political prospects of Bernie Sanders, a politician who apparently does not kiss enough babies:

"[Sanders] rarely drops by diners or coffee shops with news cameras in tow, unlike most politicians. He hardly ever kisses babies, aides say, and does not mingle much at fund-raisers.

"His high-minded style carries risk. As effective as his policy-laden speeches may be in impressing potential supporters, Mr. Sanders is missing opportunities to lock down uncommitted voters face to face in Iowa and New Hampshire, where campaigns are highly personal."

The media response to the Sanders campaign has been alternately predictable, condescending, confused and condescending again.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

All this is for show. Hillary has the Democratic Superdelegates on her side, which means it is a waste of time for Democrats to even vote in the primaries.

Nov 04 10:58

Forbes third consecutive year Putin chose for the "Person of the Year"

American magazine Forbes declared Vladimir Putin "Person of 2015".
For the third year in a row!

Second place in the Forbes rating -this most influential people on the planet found to German Chancellor Angela Merkel. On the third - Barack Obama, and the fourth Chinese leader Xi Jinping.

Peto and other places in the top-10 took (in this order): billionaire Bill Gates, head of the US Federal Reserve System Janet Yellen, British Prime Minister David Cameron, Prime Minister of India Narednra fashion and Google founder Larry Page who holds 19-th place on the list the richest in the world with 29.7 billion dollars.

Forbes ranked a total of 73 individuals who "shake the world" and make only 0.00000001% of the population of the Earth.

The youngest on the list is 31-year-old founder of Facebook Mark Zuckerberg. He holds 15-th place, his fortune is estimated at 33.4 billion dollars.

Nov 04 10:46

UK Prepares to Welcome Another Brutal Dictator

In spite of human rights organisations’ widespread condemnation of Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, Britain is preparing to show support for his dictatorship by rolling out the red carpet for the coup leader later this week.

Nov 04 10:45

Washington Post Confirms: ISIS Supplied Via Turkey, a US Excuse to Seize Syria

With the announcement of US special forces joining Western-backed militants on the ground in Syria, many still appear confused as to exactly what the implications of this move are. As if to assure the public that indeed, the move is to use the so-called Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL) as a pretext to invade and occupy Syrian territory, the Washington Post has published an article explaining the move in detail titled, "Obama has strategy for Syria, but it faces major obstacles."

In it, it states openly that ISIS is being supplied via Turkey. It states specifically that:

They will increase air operations in northern Syria, particularly in the Turkish border area to cut the flow of foreign fighters, money and materiel coming in to support the Islamic State.