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"We moved, on the next day, crossing in our path a deep creek and the Little Seneca river, and after marching six miles we reached the castle, which consisted of 128 houses, mostly very large and elegant. The town was beautifully situated, almost encircled with a clear flat which extends for a number of miles, where the most extensive fields of corn were, and every kind of vegetable that can be conceived. The whole army was immediately engaged in destroying the crops. The corn was collected and burned in houses and kilns, that the enemy might not reap the least advantage from it, which method we have pursued in every other place... Every creek and river has been traced, and the whole country explored in search of Indian settlements; and I am well persuaded, that, except one... there is not a single town left in the country of the five nations." -- General John Sullivan 1779

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July 19, 2017

Jul 19 12:18

Sweden’s Libraries Destroying Pippi Longstocking Children’s Books Because of Racist Phrases

A Swedish council has admitted that local libraries have been throwing out copies of a popular children’s book because it contains racist expressions, with one local journalist even claiming the books are being burnt.

Jul 19 12:18

FLASHBACK - McCain and the POW Cover-Up

John McCain, who has risen to political prominence on his image as a Vietnam POW war hero, has, inexplicably, worked very hard to hide from the public stunning information about American prisoners in Vietnam who, unlike him, didn’t return home. Throughout his Senate career, McCain has quietly sponsored and pushed into federal law a set of prohibitions that keep the most revealing information about these men buried as classified documents. Thus the war hero who people would logically imagine as a determined crusader for the interests of POWs and their families became instead the strange champion of hiding the evidence and closing the books.

Jul 19 12:10

SHOCKING Number of Loans May Default Within a Year! If Stock Market DROPS, it’s OVER!



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Jul 19 12:09

Royal Privilege? Princess Eugenie Given University Place Despite Low Grades, Claims Lecturer

The Queen’s granddaughter, Princess Eugenie, was offered a place at Newcastle University thanks to her royal status rather than her academic abilities, it has been claimed.

The princess applied for a BA in English literature at Newcastle in 2009, but was rejected as her application was deemed “not good enough.”

Jul 19 12:09

One of the world’s most popular tech companies just lost another $2 billion…

Last night Netflix executives announced that a record 104 million people worldwide now subscribe to its service.

This number handily beat what analysts were expecting, and the stock SURGED nearly 9% to an all-time high. Netflix is now trading at more than 200 times earnings.

Look, I like Netflix. House of Cards is entertaining.

But you shouldn’t invest in a business based on its number of customers and quality of content alone.

And if you dive into the company’s numbers, you’ll see immediately that Netflix is hemorrhaging cash.

Jul 19 11:45

Does Wall Street Bully or Bribe Prosecutors? Revolving Doors At The DOJ

By Aaron Kesel

The recently published book The Chicken Shit Club by Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist Jesse Eisinger, documents a massive account of corporate greed and impunity. The book alleges that the DOJ has a culture of a revolving door where Wall Street personnel become federal agents, even prosecutors, who then betray the public’s trust and their sworn duty, failing to arrest people involved in massive financial schemes...

Jul 19 11:44

Cutting emissions isn't enough: We must remove CO2 from the atmosphere as soon as possible to avoid extreme climate change, warn scientists

Asked to assess the world's current progress in fighting climate change, Professor Hansen, now at Columbia University, New York, told the Independent the 's*** is hitting the fan'.

'Continued high fossil fuel emissions unarguably sentences young people to either a massive, implausible clean-up or growing deleterious climate impacts or both,' the researchers said.

'We conclude that the world has already overshot appropriate targets for greenhouse gas amount and global temperature, and we thus infer an urgent need for rapid phasedown of fossil fuel emissions [and] actions that draw down atmospheric carbon dioxide.'

Jul 19 11:40

Last month was the third warmest June in history putting 2017 on track to be one of the hottest years ever recorded

Last month was the third-warmest June in history, putting 2017 on track to make a hat-trick of the hottest years on record.

Jul 19 11:12

Seth Rich: What Happened to the Surveillance Footage of FBI Vehicle Break-in?

The Washington Metropolitan D.C. Police report published by Infowars.com on Tuesday revealed an FBI cover-up in the Seth Rich murder that appears to extend beyond changing the time officially reported for break-in and weapons theft of an FBI vehicle to a time before Seth Rich was killed, to also include a suppression of the surveillance film that apparently exists on one or both of these incidents that occurred in close vicinity in Northeast (NE) Washington, D.C., in the early hours of July 10, 2016.



Jul 19 11:04

Mic blunder: Netanyahu ‘admits Israel carried out dozens of strikes on Hezbollah convoys’

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has admitted that Israel carried out dozens of attacks against Hezbollah arms convoys in Syria, oblivious to the fact that his remarks were being picked up by a live mic and relayed to reporters, Haaretz reported.

"We blocked the border not only in Egypt but in the Golan Heights," Netanyahu reportedly said during a closed session with the premiers of Hungary, the Czech Republic, Poland and Slovakia in Budapest on Wednesday.

"We built the wall because there was a problem with ISIS [Islamic State/IS] and Iran trying to build a terror front there. I told [Russian President] Putin, when we see them [Iran/IS] transferring weapons to Hezbollah, we will hurt them. We did it dozens of times," he said, as quoted by Haaretz.

Jul 19 11:00

Washington Post Worries About “Islamophobia” After Somali Cop Kills White Woman

After a Somali police officer in Minneapolis shot dead 40-year-old Australian Justine Damond in what appears to be a senseless murder, the Washington Post’s primary concern was to fret about “Islamophobia” and a “backlash” against the Somali community.

Jul 19 10:58

Black Lives Matter cost University of Missouri millions

College campuses have long been ruled by big government-loving socialists.

When Donald Trump announced his candidacy, these institutions became the epicenter of anti-Trump protests.
But now, one major university is facing the consequences, and it comes with a hefty price tag.
The University of Missouri made national headlines in 2015 when the campus erupted in Black Lives Matter protests.

Now, reports show that freshman enrollment dropped 23% from 2015 to 2016.

It just dropped another 16% for the coming 2017 fall term and overall enrollment at the Columbia campus is at its lowest in nearly a decade.

Some reports estimate the drop in enrollment could cost the school as much as $14.5 million.

The Kansas City Star reports:

The University of Missouri expects to cut 400 positions, possibly including nearly 100 layoffs, to manage significant losses in state revenue and tuition dollars.

Jul 19 10:53

BADCOP: BALTIMORE COP ACCIDENTALLY FILMS HIMSELF PLANTING DRUGS DURING ARREST

Authorities in Baltimore are investigating what looks like a case of blatant evidence tampering by a police officer, after he unknowingly appeared to film himself planting drugs during an arrest this past winter.

Jul 19 10:50

In pushing malaria drug finding, the mainstream media accidentally admits Zika virus vaccines are obsolete

Upon first glance, you might not even notice the line in the Daily Mail article. After gushing about a malaria drug that they say can protect fetuses against Zika, they admitted that Zika virus vaccines are not a viable option, writing: “However, to this date no medics have been able to offer a medical option – such as drugs or vaccines – to protect them or their unborn children from infection.”

Jul 19 10:44

FLASHBACK 2015 - Unbeknownst to Clinton, IT firm had emails stored on cloud; now in FBI’s hands

A Connecticut company, which backed up Hillary Clinton‘s emails at the request of a Colorado firm, apparently surprised her aides by storing the emails on a “cloud” storage system designed to optimize data recovery.

The firm, Datto Inc., said Wednesday that it turned over the contents of its storage to the FBI on Tuesday.

A Republican Senate committee chairman, Wisconsin Sen. Ron Johnson, also has asked the firm to provide the committee copies of any data from Clinton’s account still in its possession.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Apparently the FBI, under Comey, ignored this request.

Jul 19 10:29

"You're The One Who Keeps Saying It" Sarah Sanders Heated Argument Over Obamacare



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Jul 19 09:58

‘Serial Killers’: FDA Panel Recommends Approving 1st Gene-Altering Leukemia Treatment

A Food and Drug Administration panel has approved the first-ever gene therapy to treat Leukemia. The immunotherapy works by genetically alters a patient’s own cells to fight cancer and bolsters the immune system to shut down the disease.
A panel of cancer experts unanimously endorsed the leukemia treatment on Wednesday in a 10-0 vote, according to AP. The FDA is not required to follow the panel’s recommendation, but often does.

Jul 19 09:58

Raising The Risk Of WW3

Thomas, the Democratic opposition to Trump continues its mass effort to create a Watergate out of nothing. Some of them think they are right and that what they are saying is true. Some of them think that no matter what the truth is, their charges are helping their case and weakening Trump.


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Jul 19 09:35

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Jul 19 09:33

Forced to work until you are 68! State pension age rise brought forward SEVEN years

MILLIONS of Britons face a longer wait to retire, as the state pension age will rises sooner than previously outlined, under plans today unveiled by the Government.

The official retirement age is now due to rise to 68 by 2039, impacting around 7million people in their thirties and fourties, the new Secretary of State for Work and Pensions David Gauke revealed.

The changes are to affect everyone born between 6 April 1970 and 5 April 1978, and brings forward the state pension age rise by seven years.

Mr Gauke blamed increasing life expectancy for the sooner than expected rise, as he accepted a review by John Cridland that proposed pushing back retirement for millions.

The pension age for women is already being pushed back in line with men to reach 65 by November 2018 and 66 by 2020.

Jul 19 09:30

EPIC PHOTOSHOP TROLLS (51 PICS)

Jul 19 09:27

CoinDash crowdfunding hack further dents trust in crypto-trading world

More than $7m was stolen by hackers on Monday from folks investing in a cryptocurrency startup.

Israel-based CoinDash – which bills itself as an "an operating system" for "interacting, handling and trading crypto assets" – launched what's called an initial coin offering. This is a process in which people buy virtual tokens from a fledgling biz, such as CoinDash. These tokens are vital to whatever service the company is offering. As the startup grows, these tokens are supposed to increase in value. Buying the tokens early is akin to buying shares during a normal business's IPO. It's a way of crowdfunding investment.

Well, on Monday, $7m of that investment, all in the Ethereum cyber-currency, went not to CoinDash in exchange of tokens, but to hackers, it's claimed. Security and financial technology experts voiced concerns that this latest online heist only serves to undermine confidence in digital currency trading platforms.

Jul 19 09:16

Iran To America: Stop Worrying About Us, Your Government Is About To Collapse

Iranian officials have struck back at the Trump administration’s verbal attacks on Iran, suggesting the U.S. should worry about its own domestic problems before turning a critical eye towards them.

Jul 19 09:15

Maxine Waters' Contributions Collapse As Her "Resist 45" Efforts Fail To Inspire

Maxine Waters, the Democratic Representative from the progressive paradise of California, has been an active participant in the "Resist 45" movement. She has frequently appeared on political talk shows to call for President Trump's impeachment for, among other things, his clearly 'bigoted' travel ban (which has since been upheld by the Supreme Court) and his support of Russian President Vladimir Putin...even as Putin continued his invasion of 'Korea' (no, that's not a typo...it's an actual quote).

Jul 19 09:15

"We Are Ready To Retaliate" Russia Warns After "Diplomatic Row" Ends Without A Deal

Shortly after CNN reported late on Monday that according to Russian deputy foreign minister Rybakov, the Russian government was "almost" at a deal on getting back property seized by the US...

... the Russian rejected the report, instead saying that the U.S. must return the seized properties after diplomatic talks with the U.S. in Washington ended without a deal, with the Russian Foreign Ministry saying that Moscow reserved the right to take "retaliatory measures" against the United States. The ongoing "diplomatic row" as Reuters puts it regards the December 2016 seizure by Barack Obama of two Russian diplomatic compounds and the expulsion of 35 Russian diplomats over what he said was their involvement in hacking the 2016 U.S. presidential election campaign.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Like the Earth-centered universe, "Russia hacked the election" has become the prime article of faith around which all future discussion will be framed.



Jul 19 09:13

Why Smallpox Will Make A Comeback: Canadian Researchers Spend Only $100,000 To Reconstitute Extinct Virus

The Eradication of smallpox was arguably one of the greatest medical achievements of the modern era. A disease which killed at least 300 million people in the 20th century alone, was snuffed out after decades of hard work by scientists and doctors, and after over a billion dollars (adjusted for inflation) was spent on vaccination campaigns.

Unfortunately, this achievement could be easily undone with modern technology, and at a tiny fraction of what it initially cost to eradicate smallpox. Last week it was revealed that a team of Canadian researchers managed to synthesize an extinct strain of smallpox, by piecing together several mail order samples.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Why?

I guess smallpox vaccine sales were slow!

Jul 19 09:11

Venezuela vows to continue with new congress despite US threats

The government of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has vowed to go ahead with its plans for a new congress despite the US’ "brutal interventionist" threats of economic sanctions.

Jul 19 09:05

Segway hoverboard hijack hack could make hipsters eat pavement

The latest two-wheel transporter toy from Segway was disturbingly easy to hack, with miscreants requiring just seconds to take control of a vehicle, we're told.

Researchers at hacking house IOActive probed the Chinese Segway miniPro, and said they found the wireless link between the machine and its accompanying mobile app was insecure – allowing anyone in radio range to potentially reconfigure and commandeer passing rides.

Jul 19 09:05

U.S. Postal Service Employees Broke Law Supporting Hillary Clinton

When Democrats aren’t importing foreign ringers to boost their voting rolls, they’re using government employees to do the same.

The Office of Special Counsel just released a report suggesting that the U.S. Postal Service union broke the law by having employees do work on behalf of the Clinton campaign in 2016. Normally, federal employees are allowed to engage in political activism while on leave. But the union that governs USPS employees showed a bias toward Clinton during last year’s heated campaign.



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Jul 19 09:03

New Linux Malware Exploits SambaCry Flaw to Silently Backdoor NAS Devices

Remember SambaCry?

Almost two months ago, we reported about a 7-year-old critical remote code execution vulnerability in Samba networking software, allowing a hacker to remotely take full control of a vulnerable Linux and Unix machines.

We dubbed the vulnerability as SambaCry, because of its similarities to the Windows SMB vulnerability exploited by the WannaCry ransomware that wreaked havoc across the world over two months ago.

Despite being patched in late May, the vulnerability is currently being leveraged by a new piece of malware to target the Internet of Things (IoT) devices, particularly Network Attached Storage (NAS) appliances, researchers at Trend Micro warned.

Jul 19 08:56

The Rape of We The People and The Constitution For The United States

"Constructive fraud: A contract or act, which, not originating in evil design and contrivance to perpetuate a positive fraud or injury upon other persons, yet, by its necessary tendency to deceive or mislead them, or to violate a public or private confidence, or to impair or injure public interest, is deemed equally reprehensible with positive fraud, and therefore is prohibited by law, ... " Bovier's Law Dictionary - 1856 Edition

"Fraud vitiates the most solemn contracts, documents, and even judgments." i.e. Documents, Constitutions, Court Decisions….. U.S. vs. Throckmorton, 98 U.S. 61

Jul 19 08:54

State Dept Email Leak Shows More Ties to Natalia Veselnitskaya | Cernovich Media



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Jul 19 08:52

Gang Members Implicate U.S. Gov’t In Dumping Crates Of Guns In Chicago

In a publicly available video testimony an ex-Chicago gang member describes how crates of fully automatic firearms would regularly be found in alleyways and backstreets of urban Chicago at the early hours of the morning, giving free, illegal weapons to the gangs of Chi-Town, which is now often referred to as Chiraq because it is a war zone.

He refers to it as a diabolical plot, a plan, affecting only low-income areas, pointing out that many of the firearms being found were class-3 automatic firearms, which can only be purchased at certain retailers under intense federal scrutiny. He notes that criminals aren’t allowed to buy firearms in the first place, yet the guns are everywhere, so where are they coming from?

Jul 19 08:42

GLOBAL SILENCE ON GAZA MUST BE BROKEN

After 10 years of Israeli siege, the United Nations says Gaza is effectively unlivable.

Israel has consigned the people of Gaza to “living in abject poverty under practically inhuman conditions unparalleled in the modern world,” the human rights group B’Tselem said last month.

Jul 19 08:41

MUST SEE VIDEO ~~ ‘THIS IS PALESTINE’

Nothing new here for anyone aware of ground zero in Palestine or has been awake the past 50 years, but footage of some heart-wrenching scenes reminds us all that there are real people behind the daily headlines and statistics.

Jul 19 08:41

Zionist-Approved News Is Killing America

"I want to tell you something very clear: Don't worry about American pressure on Israel. We the Jewish people control America, and the Americans know it." Ariel Sharon - Former Israeli Prime Minister- October 3, 2001- Just 22 days after 911

"It's a trick, we always use it. In Europe when someone criticizes Israel we bring up the Holocaust. In America when someone criticizes Israel we call them anti-Semitic." - Shulamit Aloni - Former Israeli Minister on manipulating critics of Israel

Jul 19 08:35

'Nobody kill anybody': Murder-free weekend urged in Baltimore

A 44-year-old mother might seem an unusual visitor on the drug corners of Baltimore, but Erricka Bridgeford has shown up for weeks to make her pitch for peace.
Forget your grudges for one weekend, she urges the young men she finds. Help bring a 72-hour truce to a city besieged by gun violence.

Jul 19 08:31

Russia's Largest Bank Makes First Transaction on Shanghai Gold Exchange as Moscow, Beijing Prepare for Trade in Gold

Russian officials have repeatedly signaled their desire to conduct transactions with China using gold.

According to Sputnik, progress made in promoting bilateral trade in yuan is the first step towards an even more ambitiouns plan—using gold to make transactions:

One measure under consideration is the joint organization of trade in gold. In recent years, China and Russia have been the world's most active buyers of the precious metal.

On a visit to China last year, deputy head of the Russian Central Bank Sergey Shvetsov said that the two countries want to facilitate more transactions in gold between the two countries.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"You can't DO that!" -- Das FED

Jul 19 08:30

BOOM! Obama just got crushed by DEVASTATING news about who's testifying against him in the Senate!

Former Obama official Samantha Power, who served as U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, has agreed to testify before the House intelligence committee as part of its Russia probe, Fox News has learned.

Jul 19 08:30

Trump had undisclosed second meeting with Putin, White House confirms

Donald Trump and Russian president Vladimir Putin held a second, previously undisclosed meeting during the G20 summit in Germany, the White House confirmed on Tuesday.

There was much media scrutiny of the leaders’ formal bilateral talks on 7 July in which, the US president later said, Putin denied allegations that he led efforts to interfere in last year’s US election.

Later that evening, Trump and Putin met again informally, a White House official acknowledged on Tuesday – but only after it was publicly revealed by Ian Bremmer, the president of the international consulting firm Eurasia Group.

Jul 19 08:29

Trump pivots from Obamacare repeal to ordering Republicans to 'let it fail'

The president spoke as a new plan to simply repeal the 2010 law with no replacement was in effect strangled at birth by a deeply divided party. This followed the withdrawal of legislation, blindsiding the president, on Monday night.

Venting his frustration, Trump said: “Let Obamacare fail and it will be a lot easier. And I think we’re probably in that position where we’ll let Obamacare fail. We’re not going to own it. I’m not going to own it. I can tell you the Republicans are not going to own it. We’ll let Obamacare fail and then the Democrats are going to come to us.”

Jul 19 08:28

Tillerson to Shutter State Department War Crimes Office

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is downgrading the U.S. campaign against mass atrocities, shuttering the Foggy Bottom office that worked for two decades to hold war criminals accountable, according to several former U.S. officials.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Considering that the US is engaged in war crimes and atrocities across the globe ...

Jul 19 08:27

At least 500 Boys Raped in the Regensburg Domspatzen Catholic Boys Choir

A total of 547 young boys from the famous Regensburger Domspatzen (“cathedral sparrows”) choir were subjected to physical and sexual abuse at the hands of priests and teachers, according to the attorney tasked with investigating the alleged abuse.

Jul 19 08:22

Syrian refugee attackers from viral video arrested

The men who filmed their assault of a Syrian national in a video that went viral Tuesday were arrested Wednesday, the Interior Minister Nouhad Machnouk announced on Twitter.

Jul 19 08:22

Notorious Spanish Banker Found Dead With Shotgun Blast To The Chest

According to AP, Miguel Blesa, the former head of the now defunct Caja Madrid savings bank - whose brushes with the law and extravagant hunting trips came to symbolize the excesses of the country's economic boom - was awaiting the result of an appeal to a six-year prison sentence for misusing corporate credit cards (if not Spiderman towels) issued by the infamous Bankia, another defunct bank.

Witnesses who were with Blesa in the private property near the southern city of Cordoba told police that the former banker left the group early Wednesday morning saying he was going to take his car. They described hearing one gunshot moments later, the Civil Guard spokeswoman said cited by AP adding that an autopsy would be required to determine the exact cause of the death.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

If it is a shotgun to the chest, it is not suicide.

Jul 19 08:20

Empire Files: Anti-Black Racism Reveals Israel’s White Supremacy

Jul 19 08:20

Russia delivers humanitarian aid to Yemen

UN officials have estimated that Yemen’s war, ongoing since 2015, has claimed the lives of over 10,000 civilians, with at least 2 million displaced because of the fighting. According to a UN backed report, some 60 percent of Yemenis, 17 million people, are currently in “crisis” or “emergency” food situations.

Jul 19 08:13

We Need To Pass ‘Stand Your Ground’ In Every State, Abolish The BATFE, And Repeal The Major Federal Gun Laws

Throughout history, dictators and tyrants have always wanted to take guns away from the people.

Jul 19 08:07

Trump presidency makes Benjamin Netanyahu feel 'terribly empowered' against Palestinians

Under the Israeli government of Benjamin Netanyahu, we see yet more restrictions, and for the first time the Friday prayer for Muslims was blocked in Haram al-Sharif, also known as Temple Mount, Ramzy Baroud, the editor of Palestine Chronicle.com told RT.

Muslim worshipers on Monday clashed with Israeli police outside the Temple Mount in Jerusalem. Three people were injured. The Palestinians were turned away from their evening prayers, and hurled stones and other projectiles at the Israeli guards.

The violence comes after the Temple Mount, or the al-?aram al-Sharif ('Noble Sanctuary') as referred to by Muslims, was closed on Friday for the first time after two Israeli police officers were killed by three Arab-Israeli attackers.

Jul 19 08:07

Over 30 People Injured in Clashes in Jerusalem Temple Mount Complex

Over 30 people protesting against the recently installed metal detectors at the Temple mount complex in Jerusalem were injured in clashes with the security forces, local media reported.

Jul 19 08:06

Ex US ambassador destroys EU case that shock Brexit divorce bill must come first

Sir Christopher Meyer highlighted Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty as he said the UK was “entitled” to negotiate other sticking points to its withdrawal from the Brussels bloc at the same time.

Jul 19 08:05

Senior Russian MP: Israel Must 'Learn to Live' Without War Against Syria

Konstantin Kosachev, chairman of the Federation Council’s committee for international affairs, is less than impressed by Netanyahu's recent outbursts about the US-Russia brokered ceasefire agreement in southern Syria.

"Israel’s motives are not concealed: it fears the strengthening of Iran’s position in the region, and also, it appears, limited possibilities for Tel Aviv itself to act against [Syrian President Bashar al-Assad]. However, nobody will be revoking such an important document that gives hopes for a breakthrough in the Syrian situation only because of Israel’s guesses about Iran’s hypothetic intentions," Kosachev wrote on Facebook.

Jul 19 07:59

Trump Derangment Syndrome Has Seen Democrats Merge Fully With the War Party

For more than a year now, the collective US ruling class, with Democratic Party and corporate media operatives in the vanguard, has frozen the national political discourse in a McCarthyite time warp. A random visit to a July 26, 2016, issue of the New York Times reveals the same obsession as that which consumes the newspaper today: “Following the Links from Russian Hackers to the US Election,” “Spy Agency Consensus Grows That Russia Hacked DNC.” A year later, the allegations persist, piled ever higher with innuendo and outright nonsense. However, proof of the predicate act -- that Russia, not Wikileaks, penetrated the DNC -- remains totally absent.

Jul 19 07:58

The mystery of the millions of yellow sponges colonizing France's northern beaches

Hundreds of thousands of mysterious yellow sponge-like balls have populated beaches in northern France sparking confusion among the area's residents and holidaymakers.

Jul 19 07:56

Migrants make 'first ever' attempt to cross from France to UK by light aircraft

Four Albanian migrants tried to fly from France to Britain in a light aircraft, in what is believed to be a first, prosecutors said on Tuesday.

The four, including two women and a child, were arrested along with the British pilot and two suspected British people smugglers as the plane prepared to take off from an airfield in Marck, near the northern port of Calais.

Calais is a springboard for migrants attempting to cross the Channel to Britain, normally by stowing away on trucks that board ferries.

Jul 19 07:56

Opinion Netanyahu Is Finished

Politics may be a very temporary business. But betrayal is forever
read more: http://www.haaretz.com/opinion/.premium-1.802006

Jul 19 07:55

US should move bases 1,000 km from Iran if it wants to pursue further sanctions – army chief

The US has to move its bases 1,000km away from Iran’s borders if it plans to keep sanctions in place against Tehran, or risk paying a price, the commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps, Major General Mohammad Ali Jafari, said.

Jul 19 07:47

REALLY DESPERATE AND PATHETIC BEX - Vladimir Putin 'likes to take baths in BLOOD extracted from deer antlers'

The ancient tradition is seen as a testosterone-driven elixir to improve male health and potency.

Ahead of a visit to the Altai Mountains last year, the some 70 kilograms of stag antlers were prepared for the Russian leader "to take antler baths", reported local media outlet kapitalist.tv.

Animal rights campaigners have condemned the "barbarian" practice of sawing off the antlers without anaesthetic to extract blood, dubbed a "natural Viagra".

Webmaster's Commentary: 

They are really scraping the bottom of the barrel to demonize Putin!

Jul 19 07:44

FLASHBACK 2015 - Law enforcement took more stuff from people than burglars did last year

Here's an interesting factoid about contemporary policing: In 2014, for the first time ever, law enforcement officers took more property from American citizens than burglars did. Martin Armstrong pointed this out at his blog, Armstrong Economics, last week.

Officers can take cash and property from people without convicting or even charging them with a crime — yes, really! — through the highly controversial practice known as civil asset forfeiture. Last year, according to the Institute for Justice, the Treasury and Justice departments deposited more than $5 billion into their respective asset forfeiture funds. That same year, the FBI reports that burglary losses topped out at $3.5 billion.

Jul 19 07:39

Iranian president vows due response to US sanctions

President Hassan Rouhani has vowed that Iran will reciprocate the sanctions that are imposed by the United States against the Islamic Republic “under any pretext.”

“Surely, if the Americans seek to apply sanctions against us under whatever title or pretext, the great nation of Iran would aptly respond to them,” President Hassan Rouhani told a government session on Wednesday.

The administration of US President Donald Trump said on Tuesday that it was imposing new economic sanctions against Iran over its ballistic missile program.

The US Departments of Treasury and State said they were targeting 18 Iranian individuals, groups and networks, freezing their assets in the US and preventing Americans from doing business with them.

Jul 19 07:37

Female paramedic is doused in 'chemicals' by masked thugs who flagged her down pretending to need help as she rushed to a 999 call

Three thugs squirted a noxious liquid at a paramedic after flagging her over as she drove to help a patient.

The female ambulance worker saw three men apparently in need of help in Tottenham, north London this week and pulled over to see what was the matter.

But the trio pulled bandanas over their faces before one of them, who was wearing latex gloves, threw liquid at the woman from a plastic bottle through her window.

Jul 19 07:37

Troops, Trolls and Troublemakers: A Global Inventory of Organized Social Media Manipulation

Cyber troops are government, military or political party teams committed to manipulating public opinion over social media. In this working paper, we report on specific organizations created, often with public money, to help define and manage what is in the best interest of the public. We compare such organizations across 28 countries, and inventory them according to
the kinds of messages, valences and communication strategies used. We catalogue their organizational forms and evaluate their capacities in terms of budgets and staffing. This working paper summarizes the findings of the first comprehensive inventory of the major organizations behind social media manipulation.

We find that cyber troops are a pervasive and global phenomenon. Many different countries employ significant numbers of people and resources to manage and manipulate public opinion online, sometimes targeting domestic audiences and sometimes targeting foreign publics.

Jul 19 07:34

Russia, US on Road to Final Collision: American Prof.

An American human rights lawyer and a professor at the University Of Pittsburgh School Of Law said US President Donald Trump is looking for a “pretext” to attack Syria, bringing Moscow and Washington ever closer to a final confrontation.

Jul 19 07:33

Turkey Leaks Secret Locations of US Troops in Syria as Tensions Rise Between Ankara, Washington

In a latest display of Turkish anger at US policy in Syria, the state news agency divulged the locations of 10 US military bases and outposts in Northern Syria where Washington is leading military operations against the ISIL group in its de facto capital of Raqqa.

Jul 19 07:33

Satellite Photographs May Reveal the Long-term US Strategy for Syria

Satellite pictures presented to the German Bild may be a good basis for experts to draw conclusions about Washington's long-term strategy in the Middle East. Reports Focus.

The pictures show a huge military base that the United States has built in the northern part of Syria near the city of Kobani, and which is now used as the main logistics base of the US military in Syria.

The analysis shows that President Donald Trump wants to maintain a sphere of influence in the northern part of the country after the "Islamic state" is finally defeated. This could lead to even greater tensions, especially with Turkey, the editorial said.

Jul 19 07:32

Did Brits Kill New York City Cops to Get U.S. into WWII?

On June 4, 1940, Nazi Germany shoved the last British troop off the Continent at Dunkirk. Adolf Hitler moved his forces into position for a final cross-Channel invasion and occupation of England. That same month the new British Prime Minister, Sir Winston Churchill, dispatched a shadowy figure, Sir William Stephenson—later most famous as the original of Ian Fleming’s James Bond, Agent 007—to set up a spy shop for Britain’s MI6 in Midtown Manhattan. A hero of World War One and self-made multi-millionaire, Stephenson was on neutral ground in America, but he and Churchill shared the conviction that nothing was more important to their nation’s chances for survival than winning American support for the war against Hitler. Then, on July 4, 1940, with throngs of holiday visitors at the New York World’s Fair, a time bomb planted in the British Pavilion exploded, instantly killing two New York City policemen and badly mauling five others.

Jul 19 07:30

Unmasking The S-92 Mystery Helicopter In Syria Which Was Spotted Again Near Raqqa

A new video has surfaced that shows the same unmarked, gray S-92 Helibus that we identified last March in northern Syria, but this time it was seen supposedly flying over or very near the Islamic State's defacto capital of al Raqqa. Similar helicopters were originally spotted in Djibouti in 2015, adding to the mystery of who owns and operates them, especially considering the type is not officially in the Pentagon's active inventory.

Jul 19 07:23

Catherine Austin Fitts – We Are Now into Controlled Demolition, We Need Our $40 Trillion In Stolen Cash Back

Don’t expect the mainstream propaganda media to give you any warning or real information about what’s happening. Financial Expert Catherine Austin Fitts contends, “The conundrum for a CNN is how do we get ratings?

Jul 19 07:20

“Sweden Bans Mandatory Vaccinations Over ‘Serious Heath Concerns'”

““NHF Sweden sent a letter to the Committee and explained that it would violate our Constitution if we introduced compulsory vaccinations, or mandatory vaccinations as was submitted in Arkelsten’s motion… there’s a massive resistance to all forms of coercion with regard to vaccinations.”

“Robert F. Kennedy Jr. recently appeared on the Tucker Carlson Show and bravely exposed the “lawless mafia state” that is Big Pharma and their “extremely lucrative” vaccines scam. “The pharmaceutical industry is so powerful,” RFK Jr explained. “They give $5.4 billion a year to the media. They’ve gotten rid of the lawyers, so there is no legal interest in those cases. They have really been able to control the debate and silence people like me.”

Jul 19 07:19

SYRIAN WAR REPORT – JULY 19, 2017: HAYAT TAHRIR AL-SHAM CLASHES WITH AHRAR AL-SHAM IN IDLIB PROVINCE

Syrian government forces have repelled a series of ISIS attacks in the countryside of Palmyra and continued their advance in the direction of Sukhna. An intense fighting is now ongoing in the mountain area overlooking the ISIS-held town. If it is taken by the army, the fate of Sukhna will be determined. ISIS is fiercely defending the town because its last ISIS major defense site on the Palmyra-Deir Ezzor road.

On Tuesday, Hayat Tahrir al-Sham (HTS) attacked Aharar al-Sham in the province of Idlib. HTS stormed Ahrar al-Sham positions near the village of Hizareen and reportedly seized the village after series of firefights. At least two Ahrar al-Sham members, including a field commander, Yousef Al Fadl, were reportedly killed. Clashes also erupted in Maarat Numan and Jabal Zawiya. On Wednesday, firefights continued in the aforementioned areas as the both sides were deploying reinforcements in order to take an upper hand in the standoff.

Jul 19 07:17

Windows 10 no longer supported? How to tell if your PC is eligible for latest version

Millions of three- and four-year-old PCs are being blocked from installing the latest Windows 10 feature update. Is your PC at risk? Here are two ways to check for potential problems.

Jul 19 06:50

Powerful opioid suspected in 10-year-old boy's death

A ten year old boy from a drug ridden Miami neighborhood apparently died of a fentanyl overdose last month , becoming Florida's littlest victim of the opioid crises>>>

Jul 19 06:38

3 things to know about the expected changes to marijuana legislation in Massachusetts

Lawmakers are expected to pass a compromise bill , tweaking the voter-approved law

Jul 19 06:31

BOOM! LOU DOBBS JUST DROPPED A ‘DEEP STATE’ BOMBSHELL THAT WILL MAKE TRUMP AND AMERICA JUMP FOR JOY

FOX Business Network host Lou Dobbs joined Sean Hannity to discuss the onslaught of attacks by Democrats and the liberal media against the US president. Dobbs told Sean Hannity that the Deep State and far left media is attempting a coup d’etat against President Trump.

Jul 19 05:55

In attempted suicide, man fires rifle at police, only receiving beanbag fire in return. He surrenders after three hours.

An armed Paradise man was arrested at gunpoint after a three-hour standoff with Paradise police and Butte County sheriff’s deputies on Saturday evening.
According to a press release, the Paradise Police Department responded to a call of a possible shooting on the 1200 block of Wagstaff. Upon arrival officers found 39-year-old Basilio “Tony” Bagorio outside of the residence carrying a rifle.

Jul 19 05:55

629,000 Overstayed U.S. Visas Last Year, Homeland Security Says

An estimated 629,000 visitors to the United States — just over 1 percent of all travelers — remained in the country at the end of last year after overstaying their visas as students, workers or tourists, according to a report released on Monday by the Department of Homeland Security.

Jul 19 05:51

BEX ALERT: N. Korea holds public executions at schools and markets

As North Korea advances toward achieving its long-term goal of developing a nuclear-armed ICBM capable of reaching the US mainland (or at least Sarah Palin’s home state), a host of defectors who’ve managed to escape from the isolated Communist state have gathered testimonies about the North’s human-rights abuses in hopes of “optically” pushing international diplomacy to their, and the US’ diplomatic advantage.

July 18, 2017

Jul 18 23:10

In the Matrix:- Trump's Zionist Elite

Take the red pill and go further down the rabbit hole. The first 9.30 mins is the usual stuff about 911. The interesting list of Trumps Khazars starts after that.

I guess Trump won't be making peace in Syria any time soon.

Jul 18 21:17

Trudeau to give Clinton Foundation $241M from taxpayers

The only way to stop this extortion is to lock her up.

Details of where the money is going here"

Jul 18 19:59

Donald Trump blasts 'sick' reports of undisclosed meeting with Vladimir Putin at G20

Donald Trump has lashed out at reports of his undisclosed encounter with Vladimir Putin at the G20 earlier this month, describing them as "sick".

The US and Russian leaders were in Germany for the summit, and came face-to-face for the first time at a two-hour meeting on July 7 – which was reported at the time.

It emerged on Tuesday that the pair had a second discussion, lasting about an hour, during a dinner for the Group of 20 heads of state and their spouses in Hamburg. The pair were joined only by Mr Putin's translator.

"Fake News story of secret dinner with Putin is 'sick'. All G 20 leaders, and spouses, were invited by the Chancellor of Germany. Press knew!," Mr Trump tweeted.

Jul 18 17:48

They See You: FBI Warns About Dangers Of Internet-Connected Toys

While many American parents think ‘smart toys’ are a great idea, the FBI has issued an unprecedented warning that internet-enabled items may pose a privacy and safety risk for children by harvesting personal information.

Smart toys and entertainment devices for children typically contain sensors, microphones, cameras, data storage chips and multimedia capabilities such as speech recognition or global positioning (GPS).

Jul 18 17:23

Russia Questions OPCW’s Omission Of White Helmets Video Used to Justify U.S. Strike on Syria

By Brandon Turbeville

Although any shred of investigation regarding the chemical incident in Khan Sheikhoun, Syria reveals that the Syrian government did not use chemical weapons, it has not stopped the United States and its allies as well as the Western corporate media from reporting claims that Assad personally ordered chemical attacks against civilians in a non-strategic location with chemical weapons he no longer has.

After the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) determined that sarin gas was indeed used, Western media has been alight with propaganda, hysterics and worries over “crimes against humanity.” This is all despite the fact that there were no on-the-ground investigators from the OPCW, and the only samples they came in contact with were those provided to them by terrorists and terrorist-supporting NGOs...

Jul 18 17:10

The Lunacy of the Left (And guns)

A useful way to experience the lunacy of Progressives is to discuss guns with your local lefty. Most people understand that gun control is worthless as a tool to control crime or even reduce gun accidents. The people using guns in crime are by definition not the sort to obey gun laws. Similarly, the people inclined to shoot themselves or friends while playing William Tell will find some way to off themselves, no matter what you do. The only result of gun control is to harass honest citizens exercising their rights as citizens.

Jul 18 17:03

Guns Saving Lives : Off-Duty Officer Shoots And Kills Man Who Was Stabbing Woman

It’s stories like these that make people think about carrying a firearm themselves, because reality sets in when we hear about these types of crimes being committed on a daily basis. It’s too bad that a violent event is what gets people talking, but it’s important to strike up the conversation when grim reality is right in front of someone’s face.

Jul 18 16:54

Netanyahu Pushes Trump Toward Wider Wars

A weakened, even desperate President Donald Trump must decide whether to stand up to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu or to repudiate the Syrian partial ceasefire, which Trump hammered out with Russian President Vladimir Putin on July 7.

Jul 18 16:23

Peak Bull: Fake Economy, and Fake News

Growth is now dying because the Federal Reserve’s hit on corporate America that has strip-mined its balance sheets to feed the halls of Wall Street. Trillions of dollars have been thrown into financial engineering (stock buybacks, M&A deals and leveraged recaps) while neglecting real investment and productivity in Flyover America.

Jul 18 16:05

Russian Lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya Says She Was Setup By Magnitsky Act Lobbyist Bill Browder

Russian lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya, whose meeting with Donald Trump Jr made headlines earlier this month, says she was setup by Maginstsky Act lobbyist Bill Browder.

Jul 18 15:57

Millions In Taxpayer Cash Handed Out ‘Last Minute’ To Meet Foreign Aid Targets

The government is “struggling” to spend its allocated overseas aid budget and dispenses cash overseas in a last-minute frenzy to meet its targets, the spending watchdog has said.

Jul 18 15:53

MASS VIOLENCE LINKED TO PRESCRIPTION PSYCHIATRIC MEDICATIONS - A RESOURCE PAGE

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Jul 18 15:47

London Won’t ‘Roll Out Red Carpet’ For Donald Trump, Says Mayor Sadiq Khan

London Mayor Sadiq Khan says the British capital will not “roll out the red carpet” for US President Donald Trump during his planned state visit.

Khan, who publicly clashed with Trump in a furious social media exchange following the London Bridge terrorist attack, said the president should not be afforded an elaborate visit.

Jul 18 15:35

AmazonFresh Worker Reveals: Amazon Illegally Keeps Workers In A Freezer For Over Two Hours At A Time

The International Amazon Workers Voice (IAWV) recently spoke with a young AmazonFresh worker in Virginia. Launched in 2007, AmazonFresh, the company’s online grocery business, delivers groceries to its Prime members in select cities. AmazonFresh represents an effort to directly challenge brick-and-mortar stores in the $800 billion grocery market. According to Business Insider, Amazon plans to open 20 physical AmazonFresh locations over the next two years.

Jul 18 15:35

Landmark Study Shows Antidepressants Make People ‘TWICE as Likely’ to Consider Violence & Suicide

According to the latest research coming out of the United Kingdom, patients should think twice before taking SSRI antidepressant medications. Brand names can include Prozac, Luvox, Paxil, Zoloft, Celexa and others. Researchers in the UK evaluated clinical trials of SSRIs (Selective Serotonin Uptake Inhibitors) and concluded healthy adults, who had showed no signs of depression before the clinical trials began, reported double the risk of having feelings which could lead to suicide and violence.

In other words, the control group, the group of normal individuals who did not have depression but were given the antidepressant medications during the trial phase of the drug company’s research, reported they had experienced suicidal thoughts and ideations, and thoughts of violence. Put bluntly, antidepressants can potentially make a normal person want to kill themselves or others.

Jul 18 15:34

Could antidepressants make you violent? Young people who take drugs including Prozac are '50% more likely to be convicted of assault and murder'

Popular antidepressant pills make young people violent, it is feared.

An Oxford University study found that men – and women – in their late teens and early 20s – were almost 50 per cent more likely to be convicted of offences from assault to murder when taking SSRI drugs.

This family of anti-depressants includes Prozac, as well as Seroxat, Lustral, Cipralex and Cipramil, the most commonly prescribed of the pills.

One in eight Britons takes SSRIs each year – and the number of prescription has doubled in the last decade.

Jul 18 15:33

Every RINO Needs To Go

It looks like the effort to repeal Obamacare is completely dead, and that says a lot about the current state of the Republican Party.  For decades, RINOs (Republicans In Name Only) have been using labels such as “Republican”, “conservative”, “pro-gun” and “pro-life” to get elected, but then once they get into office they govern like Democrats. 

Jul 18 15:32

Could antidepressants make you violent? Young people who take drugs including Prozac are '50% more likely to be convicted of assault and murder'

Popular antidepressant pills make young people violent, it is feared.

An Oxford University study found that men – and women – in their late teens and early 20s – were almost 50 per cent more likely to be convicted of offences from assault to murder when taking SSRI drugs.

This family of anti-depressants includes Prozac, as well as Seroxat, Lustral, Cipralex and Cipramil, the most commonly prescribed of the pills.

One in eight Britons takes SSRIs each year – and the number of prescription has doubled in the last decade.

Jul 18 15:32

New Evidence that Antidepressants Are Causing an Epidemic of Violence

An article in the current British Medical Journal explains why the link is stronger than previously thought. Action Alert!

ANH-USA has researched dozens of the most high-profile cases of violent crimes over the last few decades. We found that in just under half of the cases (eleven out of twenty-three), the perpetrator was documented to be taking, or had recently stopped taking, some form of antidepressant or antipsychotic medication.

In another seven cases, the killer had been on these medications earlier. We suspect that number is even higher, but the information is either not publicly available or not known.

Jul 18 15:31

Antidepressants dangerous medications for working cops

Jul 18 15:22

Medicated to Death: SSRIs and Mass Killings

According to the Japanese Ministry of Health, “There are cases where we cannot rule out a causal relationship [of hostility, anxiety, and sudden acts of violence] with the medication.” And in the FDA formulation: “Antidepressant medicines may increase suicidal thoughts or actions in some children, teenagers, and young adults within the first few months of treatment.”

https://www.corbettreport.com/medicated-to-death-ssris-and-mass-killings/

Jul 18 15:09

Afghanistan Civilian Deaths Hit Record Highs As US Airstrikes Reach 2012 Levels

The US Air Force has used the same number of munitions in the first half of 2017 as they used at the same point in 2012. At the same time, the number of missions has decreased and the number of civilian deaths has increased.

Jul 18 14:47

'America Stands With Israel, Now And Always': Mike Pence

US Vice President Mike Pence has reiterated the administration of President Donald Trump is serious about moving the American embassy in Israel to Jerusalem al-Quds, adding, “America stands with Israel, now and always.”

“I promise you that the day will come when President Donald Trump moves the American Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem,” Pence said on Monday evening. “It is not a question of if; it is only when.”

Jul 18 14:47

Let’s Have More Death And Destruction

On Friday the House overwhelmingly approved a massive increase in military spending, passing a $696 billion National Defense Authorization bill for 2018. President Trump’s request already included a huge fifty or so billion dollar spending increase, but the Republican-led House found even that to be far too small. They added another $30 billion to the bill for good measure. Even President Trump, in his official statement, expressed some concern over spending in the House-passed bill.

Jul 18 14:34

Texas Ex-Officer Indicted For Killing Teen At Party

A white former police officer in Texas has been formally indicted on murder charges over the killing of a black teen who was leaving a party. The case is certain to reignite debate on race relations and controversial police tactics in the US.

Jul 18 14:34

Tony Blair Admits Jeremy Corbyn Could Be Britain’s Next PM

Former Labour Prime Minister Tony Blair has now conceded it is possible Jeremy Corbyn could lead the party to victory and become Britain’s next leader.

Blair fell short of endorsing Corbyn ahead of the June 8 general election, making known his hostility to the party’s leftward turn.

Jul 18 14:32

Foreigners snap up record number of US homes

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