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October 8, 2015

Oct 08 08:25

DuckDuckGo CEO: 'It's a myth you need to track people to make money in web search'

The CEO and founder of DuckDuckGo has revealed that the privacy-focused search engine is making a profit despite not tracking its users' online activity and search history.

Oct 08 08:24

Syrian opposition leader admits Russian attacks target only terrorists

It has been reported that Syrian rebels are ready to unite with the official army of the country to show resistance to Islamist militants. According to Sputnik news agency, the leader of the Syrian opposition, Qadri Jamil, said that the so-called "Free Syrian Army" was not a terrorist group and was therefore ready to join the forces of Bashar Assad to oppose the Islamic State and Al-Nusra Jabhat radicals. Additionally, Jamil stressed out that the Russian Air Force did not bomb the Syrin opposition. According to the leader of the Syrian opposition, Russia bombs the terrorists, who refer to themselves as "moderate Syrian opposition." International experts do not believe that the Syrian radicals, who kill civilians, can be "moderate." The phenomenon of this kind of opposition in Syria raises big question in the world. Moreover, NATO Secretary-General does not know any names of the leaders of the "moderate" forces in Syria.

Oct 08 08:23

Any NATO movement toward Russia’s borders will lead to reciprocal steps - Kremlin

Vladimir Putin’s press secretary has said that the excuses used by NATO to move its infrastructure to Russian borders were nothing but camouflage and warned that none of such steps would be left unanswered.

Oct 08 08:23

WWII veteran, 92, 'sacked from Remembrance Day parade for promoting pacifism'

A World War Two veteran claims he has been sacked from his role at a Remembrance Day parade for promoting a message of forgiveness.

George Evans, 92, from Wellington, Shropshire, had read the town's traditional poem remembering the fallen at the memorial service for 25 years, but was dropped after he digressed from the script.

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"YOU WILL FOLLOW THE SCRIPT!!!!!!" -- Number 9 3/4

Oct 08 08:23

Pentagon outraged: Russians intercept US drones above Syria

A specialized military publication confirmed in 2014 that Russian anti-aircraft troops forced a US military drone to land during the time of the Crimean crisis and referendum in March 2014. "The Ukrainian side tried to organize aerial reconnaissance above the Crimea with the use of unmanned aerial vehicles. The latter were part of the 66th military reconnaissance brigade headquartered in Bavaria, Germany, and deployed in Kirovograd, Ukraine. Yet, neither the US nor Ukraine managed to keep the Crimea and Russia's Black Sea Navy under control. "As a result if the measures taken, two Israeli-made unmanned drones, MQ-5B Hunter, were intercepted. One of them was downed by militia forces on March 10, another one was forced to land with the help of a Russian ground-based radio technical reconnaissance system Avtobaza," Russian military officials said. Earlier, the bureau of journalistic investigation reported that in sixty percent of cases, US drones attack and bomb buildings.

Oct 08 08:22

America Pivots to Brzezinski’s Delusion of Eurasian Conquest

Russia historian Stephen Cohen points to the neoconservative establishment for America's latest outbreak of what can only be referred to as late-stage imperial dementia. Neocons Robert Kagan and wife Victoria Nuland have certainly done the heavy lifting to make Ukraine the staging ground for what appears to be a NATO blitzkrieg on Moscow. But whatever the determination of the neocon plot, they are only the barking dogs of master imperialist Zbigniew Brzezinski, whose grand design has been creeping over the globe since he stepped into the Oval office as National Security Advisor to President Jimmy Carter in 1977.

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For you Doctor Who fans, have you noticed how much Zbigniew Brzezinski looks (and acts) like Davros? :)

Oct 08 08:21

Britain to send troops to Eastern Europe in display of force against Russia

The troops will be part of a NATO training, evaluation and capacity-building mission in Eastern Europe that will take place in Poland, Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia.

Oct 08 08:21

Israeli undercover forces brutally beat Palestinian protesters

Many undercover Israeli soldiers join Palestinian protests as agent provocateur and incite protesters to hurl stones at Israeli soldiers, then they draw their guns and start helping their fellow military members in arresting the protesters. A newly released video has captured such a story

Oct 08 08:20

NATO to deploy troops in Turkey, Turkey to break gas contract with Russia

According to Stoltenberg, the NATO army may appear in Turkey to protect the country from threats coming from the south. The statement was made against the background of reports of violation of Turkish airspace by Russian fighter jets. According to Stoltenberg, NATO is ready to protect all of its allies, including Turkey, from any threats. He added that the Russian operation in Syria was a "cause for concern". Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan said that he could terminate the natural gas contract with Russia, thus causing Russia significant damage. According to Erdogan, Russia's explanations about the incidents with fighter jets were not convincing. Noteworthy, the Turkish Air Force has repeatedly invaded Greek airspace.

Oct 08 08:15

New mystery Windows-smashing RAT found in corporate network

Malware man Yotam Gottesman has found a somewhat mysterious remote access Trojan on a corporate network that sports highly capable evasion techniques.

The Ensilo researcher says the Trojan, dubbed Moker, is not known to antivirus databases and can bypass and disable Windows security measures.

Bypassed security systems includes antivirus, user access control, and virtual machines.

"As opposed to more common malware such as bank Trojans, ransomware, and PoS scrapers, this advanced persistent threat hooked into the operating system in order to appear as a legitimate OS process and to access system-wide settings," Gottesman says.

Oct 08 08:14

Peter Ball: Disgraced former Bishop of Lewes jailed for 32 months for sex crimes on young monks

Disgraced former bishop Peter Ball was jailed for 32 months at the Old Bailey today for 15 years of grooming aspiring novice monks for his sexual kicks.

Oct 08 08:13

FLASHBACK - Hillary: The New York Times Will Never Tell Us This

The new scandal involves Haiti, that tormented island in the Caribbean which gets hit not only by earthquakes but also by the ravages and looting acts of the Clintons and their friends and relatives. It involves obvious misuse of Bill Clinton’s position in Haiti since the January 2010 earthquake that killed more than 300,000 Haitians. It involves nepotism with the brother of Hillary Clinton. It involves Hillary directly, and it involves a foundation owned by the Clinton family which works closely with a reputed Mexican narco kingpin and some of the dirtiest Clinton political associates from their days in Washington.

Oct 08 08:10


It's the oldest trick in the book, dating back to Roman times; creating the enemies you need.

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Oct 08 08:04

Fake Al Qaeda

"The truth is, there is no Islamic army or terrorist group called Al Qaida. And any informed intelligence officer knows this. But there is a propaganda campaign to make the public believe in the presence of an identified entity representing the 'devil' only in order to drive the TV watcher to accept a unified international leadership for a war against terrorism. The country behind this propaganda is the US . . ." -- Pierre-Henri Bunel

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I added the story where the feared Australian Jihadist (whom Ritz Katz endorsed) has been exposed as a Florida Jewish kid, and bumped it to the top because the corporate media are wagging ISIS and Al Qaeda at us as hard as they can to justify why the US should ignore international law and just invade everyone! .

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Oct 08 08:04

Impossible to negotiate with IS and powers backing it — Russian presidential envoy

"If we let IS go now, then the Taliban movement of the mid-1990s will just look childish. It is impossible to negotiate with these people, their ideology and those standing behind their backs. They will fight and destroy, Kabulov told an international conference on Afghanistan. "If we let IS go now, then the Taliban movement of the mid-1990s will just look childish. It is impossible to negotiate with these people, their ideology and those standing behind their backs. They will fight and destroy, Kabulov told an international conference on Afghanistan. The Islamic State trains militants from Russia in Afghanistan, and among those who train them are people with US and UK passports, Kabulov noted. "Several IS training centers are tasked with training militants specifically from Central Asia and several Russian regions. The working language in this so-called camp is Russian," Kabulov told an international conference on Afghanistan.

Oct 08 08:02

Russia Makes It Rainy Days for Would-Be Sultan Erdogan and America's Geopolitical Jihadi Tools

Meanwhile NATO is too busy training to 'defend' against Russia to be fighting terrorists

Oct 08 08:01

More than 1,000 Taliban fighters concentrated on Tajik-Afghan border — security officer

"Over the recent time, we have been witnessing movement of armed groups, mostly from Taliban, in the Badakhshan /Pamir/ direction of the Tajik-Afghan border," the source said, adding that their numbers exceeded 1,000 gunmen. "According to operational data of our Afghan colleagues, Taliban groups control a sizable part of Afghan settlements on the border with Tajikistan and they keep moving closer to the border, which cannot but alarm Dushanbe," the source added. Focusing on the situation in another Afghan province bordering on Tajikistan, Kunduz, he said a trench war and sporadic shootouts between Afghan government troops and Taliban fighters have continued there after Taliban seized the administrative center on September 29.
Some 3,500 militants fight on the side of IS in Afghanistan — Russian diplomat http://tass.ru/en/politics/827315

Oct 08 07:59

ASU asks fans to avoid the use of face paint at games

Days before the Arizona State Sun Devils are set to host the Colorado Buffaloes at their annual "Blackout" game at Sun Devil Stadium, the university asked students to avoid using face paint at all sporting events hosted by the university.

Last year, a group of African-American ASU students objected to fans' usage of black face paint during ASU's Blackout game vs. UCLA, noting that the paint reminded them of "blackface" worn by actors in the 19th century that perpetuated racial stereotypes.

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More political correctness run amok. Black is the school color. The sports fans wearing the black facepaint are wearing it for a sports event. But because someone, somewhere, has a bad association with it, face paint is now banned.

There are way too many people running around this nation whose entire sense of self-worth is based on being offended by everything they see, and no shortage of politically correct politicians willing to exploit these useless idiots to create more pointless rules with which to interfere with our lives and freedoms.

Oct 08 07:57

MSNBC’s Chris Matthews claims no one coming after guns as media openly pushes for confiscation

In the wake of the most recent mass shooting in America multiple prominent liberal news outlets have openly pushed for and “dreamed” about enacting Australian style gun control in the United States which would lead to the attempted forceful confiscation of millions of legally purchased firearms.

Oct 08 07:57

Moscow calls on London to strengthen stability in EU, not to send troops to Baltic States

"We talked about it many times. Steps on relocating armed forces in Europe should contribute to strengthening common European security and stability," Zakharova said. "It is a big question whether such steps will strengthen security and why they are taken," she added. "Everything connected with such actions should serve only one purpose — strengthening, not undermining stability in the region," Zakharova stressed. Commenting on the statement made by UK Defense Secretary Michael Fallon on plans to send troops to the Baltic states to prevent possible provocations by Russia, Peskov said: "It is a far-fetched pretext that was voiced about the alleged threat coming from Russia. This is precisely the camouflage that NATO uses to cover up its plans to further expand toward our borders." "This is not new, the process has been underway for dozens of years," the spokesman said. "This cannot be anything but regrettable," he added.

Oct 08 07:54

Fluoridation Chemical Company Fined $2 Billion

The company that gets rid of highly toxic wastes by selling them as a "product" to municipal water departments across the country as cheap fluoridation chemicals has been fined $2 billion for gross violations of the federal Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA), reports the Fluoride Action Network (FAN).

Oct 08 07:54

Kremlin: Putin aware of Erdogan’s words on abandoning gas purchases from Russia

"The president, has, of course, been informed about such statements of Mr.Erdogan. We traditionally highly appreciate our bilateral relations with Turkey, we sincerely hope that these relations will continue to develop further in accordance with the plans outlined by President Putin and President Erdogan," Russian presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters. The Kremlin spokesman added that "this cooperation was mutually beneficial and was in the interests of the peoples in the two countries." He noted that the military operation in Syria helped to ensure security on Turkey’s borders, something which the US-led coalition’s bombing raids failed to achieve. "As for Russia’s actions in Syria, these actions are intended to promote the preservation of Syria’s territorial and political integrity, thus contributing to stability and security in the region, which, in fact, is adjacent to Turkey’s borders," Peskov said.

Oct 08 07:54

Volkswagen emissions tests under fire by same government that protects corporations whose vaccines maim children

Heads are expected to roll as more details about the unprecedented Volkswagen emissions scandal continue to emerge. Class-action lawsuits and criminal prosecutions are already underway as VW customers and government agencies pursue what they see as justice against the world’s largest vehicle manufacturer, which is being accused of installing illegal emissions software to improve performance in its diesel-fueled cars.

Oct 08 07:52

Ukraine military refuses to withdraw artillery from Luhansk region

A Ukrainian military spokesman on Thursday announced Kiev’s refusal to withdraw artillery from the eastern Luhansk region despite agreement last week to extend a pull-back of weapons in the country’s war-torn east. Vladislav Seleznev, spokesman for the Ukrainian General Staff, demanded that an extraordinary meeting of the Trilateral Contact Group on the Ukraine crisis be convened, noting that: "Ukraine’s senior military-political leadership will take a decision on withdrawal of artillery in the Luhansk region after the Contact Group’s extraordinary session." The Contact Group brings together senior representatives from Ukraine, Russia and European security watchdog OSCE. Ukrainian officials said the reason for calling the Contact Group’s extraordinary meeting was Wednesday’s shelling of the Troitskoye settlement in east Ukraine's Donbas region allegedly by local republican militia forces firing an anti-tank guided missile and wounding four soldiers.

Oct 08 07:51

Emails show Qaddafi son offered talks – but Clinton ordered top general to 'not take the call,' source says

New emails obtained by Fox News show that in March 2011, at the height of the Arab Spring revolution inside Libya, dictator Muammar Qaddafi’s son Saif was willing to talk peace from the ground in Libya – but a source told Fox News the offer was rejected by then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

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Hillary's (and the US') goal in Libya was not peace, but the destruction of Gaddafi's state bank and the gold dinar, and for Libya's oil to be sold only for the US dollar.


Oct 08 07:50

USS Porter located near Crimea, heads in direction of Odessa — source

"USS Porter is currently positioned in neutral waters near the Crimean peninsula. Judging by its movements, there are grounds to assume it is heading in the direction of the Ukrainian port of Odessa," the source added. "In accordance with routine practice," the US destroyer is under constant control of intelligence services and the Black Sea Fleet, the source noted. "The destroyer is closely followed by a reconnaissance ship collecting radio intelligence data. From the air, the actions of the destroyer are watched by naval aviation. From the shore, including from the Crimean shore, it is watched from ground-based radar stations," the source explained.

Oct 08 07:49

Flu drug given out "indiscriminately"

The antiviral drug Tamiflu was handed out "indiscriminately" during the last swine flu outbreak, a leading panel of UK scientists has said.

The experts said many thousands of patients had received treatment that may have done no good at all.

Oct 08 07:42

Obama avoids a showdown in Syria

Administration officials game out options to respond to Putin's provocations, but Obama exercises "strategic patience."

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Obama just blinked on Syria, and no doubt will be called a coward by the warhawks like John McCain.

But Obama is dealing with the reality that the US is militarily and economically exhausted. Stockpiles have been drawn down by 12 years of invading other countries. The US' older weapons are now worn out, and the newer weapons are costly pieces of bloated junk. The US is not the manufacturing powerhouse that allowed it to prevail in WW1 and WW2. And the US has lost the support of the American people for any more war, against anyone, anywhere.

In contrast, Russia's economy, although battered by the US sanctions and oil price war, is strong. Their weapons are in good repair, their stockpiles full. Russia's newest weapons out-perform their US counterparts while costing substantially less. Because of the US sanctions, Russia has been reviving its domestic manufacturing. And Putin has the support of the Russian people (and people around the world) to halt the US aggression. The US cannot win a conventional war against Russia, which means that the US will resort to their nuclear arsenal. After all, despite the propaganda about Iraq's nuclear weapons and Iran's nuclear weapons, the only nation to actually use nuclear weapons against the civilians of another country is ... the United States!

Oct 08 07:41

‘Extraordinary person’ Donald Trump invited to visit Crimea – as US president

I think Trump just got President Putin's endorsement!

Donald Trump a hit in Russia? You wouldn’t think so. But the mayor of Yalta in Crimea has wished the maverick Republican success in the 2016 presidential election and invited him to visit the city, hinting that a street may be renamed after him.

“We are following the elections process in your country with great interest,” Yalta Mayor Andrey Rostenko wrote in an open letter to Trump published on the city’s website. “We like your election program and we like you as an extraordinary person.”

The mayor added: “After your victory in the election you plan to establish friendly relations with President Putin – and this is an excellent decision.”

Oct 08 07:34

On Jews and Criminality

The Jewish Chronicle revealed today that the “number of Jews in prison has increased by 82 per cent since 2002, nearly four times more than the national rate.” The most common crimes Jews were convicted of were violence against another person, sex offences and drugs.

But, some good news - according to Rabbi Michael Binstock, director of Jewish Prison Chaplaincy, “the figures undermined the stereotype that Jewish offenders were more likely to be guilty of so-called white-collar crimes.”

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Actually, it reinforces the stereotype that white collar crime is not prosecuted.

Oct 08 07:32

Paris shares ideas of joint fight against ISIS, but insists on President al-Assad's resignation

France is ready for joint efforts and dialogue on Syria with all sides, but it continues to insist on Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's resignation as a preliminary condition for settling the crisis in the country, French government spokesman Stephane Le Foll has said.

"If we want to effectively fight against ISIS (Islamic State), we ought to nip this evil in the bud: a political transition is needed that will clearly show to the Syrian people that Assad is not Syria's future," Le Foll said in an interview with Interfax on Oct. 8.

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So ... according to the French, the best way to get rid of ISIS in Syria is to get rid of ISIS' main enemy in Syria, indeed the only reason ISIS is even in Syria, right? France is trying to play both sides. Like the rest of Europe, they want to avoid a full-on World War, but still over their masters; the same people who ordered France to cancel the Mistral deal with Russia!

Oct 08 07:21

Raw Footage Of The Raw Dairy Raid On Michael Schmidt

"It's their food..." The people's food. Last week, multiple Canadian agencies swarmed Glencolton Farm targeting raw milk producer Michael Schmidt. Supporters and farm share owners alike showed up and agents were compelled to unload the nearly-stolen goods and leave. It should be noted that Canadian mainstream outlets posted egregious untruths about the incident. This…

Oct 08 07:06

The FBI’s Investigation Of Hillary Just Had A Major New Development That Can’t Be Good For Her

One Platte River employee wrote to another employee that he was “Starting to think this whole thing really is covering up some shaddy (sic) s—.”

“I just think if we have it in writing that they told us to cut the backups, and that we can go public with our statement saying we have backups since day one, then we were told to trim to 30days (sic), it would make us look a WHOLE LOT better,” the unnamed employee continued.

Oct 08 07:01


On October 3, a U.S. AC-130 gunship attacked a hospital run by Médecins Sans Frontières in Kunduz, Afghanistan, partially destroying it. Twelve staff members and 10 patients, including three children, were killed, and 37 people were injured. According to MSF, the U.S. had previously been informed of the hospital’s precise location, and the attack continued for 30 minutes after staff members desperately called the U.S. military. The U.S. first claimed the hospital had been “collateral damage” in an airstrike aimed at “individuals” elsewhere who were “threatening the force.” Since then, various vague and contradictory explanations have been offered by the U.S. and Afghan governments, both of which promise to investigate the bombing. MSF has called the attack a war crime and demanded an independent investigation by a commission set up under the Geneva Conventions.

Oct 08 06:57


Five large purchasers of US Treasuries – China, Russia, Norway, Brazil, and Taiwan – have changed their minds. They’re dumping Treasuries, each for their own reasons that are now coinciding. And at the fastest rate on record. For the 12-month period ended July, sales of Treasuries by central banks around the world reached a net of $123 billion, “the biggest decline since data started to be collected in 1978,” the Wall Street Journal reported.

Oct 08 06:31

Ann Coulter On Mass Shootings: The Problem Isn’t Guns Or White Men

The perpetrator of the latest massacre, Chris Harper-Mercer, was a half-black immigrant, so the media are refusing to get too specific about him. They don’t want to reward the fiend with publicity! But as people hear details the media are not anxious to provide, they realize that, once again: It’s a crazy person. How long is this going to go on?

Oct 08 06:28

Russian Allies Are Already Wiping the Floor with ISIS

These days you have to be skeptical of every piece of information that you come across, especially if it comes from a mainstream Western news source. Of course, foreign news outlets aren’t immune from fudging the truth either. At the end of the day, everyone has an agenda, and you have to trust your gut until multiple sources come to the same conclusion. And when it comes to the war in Syria, nobody is completely innocent, so we have to take everything with a grain of salt until all the facts are in.

With that said, we’re not going to get anywhere near the truth with the Western media until the truth becomes undeniable. If we want to get an idea of what’s happening on the ground in Syria right now, and how effective the Russian airstrikes have really been, we have turn to foreign news sources.

So far the earliest reports are coming out of the Iranian news website known as Farsnews. If their reports are anywhere near the truth, then the Syrian insurgency is on the ropes.

Oct 08 06:26

Why Are Julian Assange, Snowden, and Kim Dotcom All Being Assigned the Same Prosecutor in Virginia?

Julian Assange says US authorities have assigned the same prosecutor for him, Edward Snowden and Kim Dotcom in Virginia in an example of what he describes as “lawfare” – an attempt to universally apply American law in places where the military can’t reach.

The US goes about conducting “lawfare” as much as warfare, Assange said. He believes it is no coincidence that the cases of Edward Snowden, Kim Dotcom and his own are all being tried in Alexandria, Virginia, by the same prosecutor.

Oct 08 05:19

Moscow summons Moldova’s charge d’affaires amid ‘obstacles’ for Russian reporters

"Amid the repeated cases when Moldova’s authorities create artificial obstacles for the work of Russian reporters in the country, Moldova’s charge d’affaires has been summoned to Russia’s Foreign Ministry," the ministry source said. Moldova’s authorities have earlier banned entry to two reporters of the Rossiya 24 TV channel who were tasked with covering the October 9 football match of the Euro 2016 qualifying tournament. Two film crews of the NTV TV channel were not allowed to cover mass protests staged by opposition in Moldova’s capital Chisinau this weekend.

Oct 08 05:17

Afghan conflict showed harmfulness of media wars — military academy chief

"During the Iraqi, and especially the Libyan conflict, an efficient program was tested and implemented in practice to remove from power regimes that don’t fit within the political concept of world structure developed by American ruling circles". Between 1979 and 1989, the United States, other countries and the Afghan opposition widely used disinformation aimed against the then USSR and the Democratic Republic of Afghanistan, which included such conceptual blocs as "threat to Islam from the atheistic Kabul government", "genocide against the Afghan people from Soviet troops" as well as "protection of human rights and freedoms" and others. "As a result, the Soviet Union was discredited and presented as aggressor in the eyes of a sizable part of the global community," Makarov said. "But the main result of the information war unleashed by Western countries was a growing scope of the internal armed conflict (in Afghanistan)," he said.

Oct 08 05:13

China launches CIPS international payment system

Fan Yifei, deputy governor of the central bank, the People's Bank of China, told a ceremony in Shanghai that the establishment of CIPS "will allow increasing efficiency of cross-border settlement in yuans and encourage the yuan’s use globally." The new payment system is also expected to help improve the support of the real economy and the strategy of the Chinese companies’ access to global markets," the central bank official said. CIPS, seen as China’s alternative to the SWIFT payment system, is expected to enable foreign market participants to carry out settlements in yuans directly with Chinese partners. The Chinese government hopes CIPS will increase the international recognition of the China’s national currency.

Oct 08 05:06

OPCW-UN mission to investigate chemical attacks in Syria to be formed by end of October

A joint mission of the United Nations and the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) to identify those responsible for the chemical attacks in Syria will be formed and ready to begin its work by the end of October, Acting United Nations High Representative for Disarmament Affairs, Kim Won-soo, said on Wednesday after a closed-door session of the United Nations Security Council.
UN: destruction of Syria chemical weapons nearly complete http://tass.ru/en/world/827129

Oct 08 05:05

Merkel says she is against Turkey’s full-fledged membership in EU

German Chancellor Angela Merkel said during Wednesday’s evening talk show on the ARD television channel she was against Turkey’s full-fledged membership in the European Union. "I have always been against Turkey’s full-fledged membership in the European Union and I still hold to this opinion," she said.
However, in her words, dialogue with Turkey was needed to solve the migration crisis facing Europe. "Naturally, we need each other," she added.

Oct 08 05:04

Iran does not deploy troops to Syria — Foreign Minister

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has refuted reports that Iran redeployed to Syria its army units for participation in hostilities. He made a statement to this effect in an interview with the New Yorker magazine published on Wednesday. According to the Iran’s top diplomat, there are only Iranian military advisers in Syria who provide advice to the Syrian government forces. Answering a question about the alleged redeployment of Iranian troops, he said, "Wrong. We haven’t changed the nature of our presence in Syria. It continues to be military advisers, and no more. Actually, I checked, and I made sure that this was the case." Zarif supported Russia’s air strikes on extremists’ positions in Syria. However, he was critical of the Western coalition’s campaign against the Islamic State (IS) group. Referring to the Russian air strikes in Syria, he said, "We support anybody’s involvement against Daesh [Islamic State], provided that it’s serious."

Oct 08 04:55


Goldsmith University student diversity officer Bahar Mustafa has been charged for allegedly posting a racist tweet using the hashtag #killallwhitemen. Mustafa, 28, from northeast London, first sparked outrage when she banned white men from attending a students’ union meeting intended for women from ethnic minority backgrounds. She then reportedly posted a “threatening” message on social media which said “kill all white men.”

Oct 08 04:27

A Rock and a Hard Place: The Fed Gets Wedged

Oct 08 04:11

Potentially game-changing oil reserves discovered in Israel

The rugged land, captured from Syria during the 1973 Yom Kippur War and still under dispute between the two countries, includes vital underground water sources that feed directly into the Sea of Galilee itself, Israel’s main source of fresh water.
Note: none of this belongs to Israel. They occupy it illegally.

Oct 08 04:09

TPP: The Secret Deal to Destroy the Last Vestiges of Freedom

The Trans-Pacific Partnership was finalized on October 5th. Now Obama is going to do his best to ram it through the US Congress, which could be deliberating for months. Although some alarm is being raised, particularly by pissed off Americans who loathe the political elite that has repeatedly sold them out, it is likely Democrats and Republicans will cave and do the bidding of the international jewish elite per usual.

Of course we have no idea what is actually contained in this secret deal, proving yet again that our “democracy” is a complete sham wherein only the moneyed elite are able to determine policy, which often completely contradicts the country’s Constitution.

Oct 08 04:07

Show of Solidarity: Confederate Flag Flown in Massive Dresden Rally

Thousands of PEGIDA supporters took the streets of Dresden, Monday, to protest against the German government’s policy on refugees and asylum seekers and the influx of refugees arriving in the country.

Editor’s Note: The Confederate flag is an interesting and inspiring show of solidarity with another people who were tortured, murdered, and repressed after losing a gruesome war.

Oct 08 03:59

US warplanes ordered to divert to avoid Russian fighter jet in Syria

The US military rerouted two US aircraft over Syria to maintain a safe distance from a Russian fighter jet in the area, the Pentagon said.

It marked the first time the United States had to divert its warplanes since Russia launched an air campaign in Syria at the end of last month.

Oct 08 03:57

BEX Alert - "NATO ready to defend Turkey against threat: NATO chief"

NATO says it is prepared to defend its member state Turkey against “threats” on its southern border, where Russian jets mistakenly entered Turkish airspace last weekend.

“NATO is ready and able to defend all allies, including Turkey, against any threats,” NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg announced Thursday prior to a meeting of NATO defense ministers in Brussels, which is expected to focus on the Syrian crisis.

Oct 08 03:50

‘Which side are you fighting for?’ Russia blasts US for refusing to share intel on ISIS

Washington’s failure to share data with Russian intelligence about terrorist positions in Syria makes one question the goals that Americans have in their anti-ISIS campaign in Syria and Iraq, a senior Russian diplomat has said.

The refusal to share intelligence on terrorists “just confirms once more what we knew from the very start, that the US goals in Syria have little to do with creating the conditions for a political process and national reconciliation,” Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov said Thursday.

“I would risk saying that by doing this the US and the countries that joined the US-led coalition are putting themselves in a politically dubious position. The question is: which side are you fighting for in this war?”

Oct 08 03:48

IDF accused of inciting, mistreating Palestinian protesters as West Bank violence rages on

Palestinian media was outraged by footage shot by several cameras, including those belonging to RT, which showed Israeli soldiers continuing to beat and kick several protesters long after they had been restrained.

IDF has said it would investigate the footage.

In another episode, several apparent plainclothes Israeli agents stood alongside Palestinians as they launched slingshots, only to suddenly unsheathe their firearms, and begin arresting those in the crowd around them.

Oct 08 03:43

ISIS training militants from Russia in Afghanistan, US and UK citizens among instructors - diplomat

Islamic State is training militants from Russia in Afghanistan as part of its efforts to expand into Central Asia, a senior Russian diplomat told a security conference in Moscow. He added that US and UK passport holders are among the instructors.

“There are several camps operated by [Islamic State, previously ISIS/ISIL, in Afghanistan] that train people from Central Asia and some regions of Russia. They speak Russian there,” said Zamir Kabulov, President Putin’s special representative for Afghanistan.

He added that there is a wide national variety of instructors in those camps. There are Arabs, Pakistanis and even people with US and British citizenship, he said.

October 7, 2015

Oct 07 23:23

CBS recycling Sandy Hook footage as Umpqua shooting footage

An astute Facebook user has noticed that footage of the shooting aired on CBS News actually shows footage from the Sandy Hook shooting. The facebook post, which has 64,007 views, notes that the CBS news video was abruptly removed from youtube. It is unclear if anyone got a copy of it or reposted it, but several people posted screenshots of the CBS video. Facebook user 'Sarah Grace' wrote: "At 15 seconds in, you literally see the sign that says 'Sandy Hook School' While the banner at the bottom says 'shooter identified: Chris Harper Mercer"...

Oct 07 20:37

Pediatrician Admits ADHD is ‘Made Up,’ Prescribes Meds Anyway

Waking Times

Adderall is a dangerous stimulant, but Dr. Anderson, a pediatrician for many poor families in Cherokee County, north of Atlanta, prescribes Adderall whether his patients have attention deficit hyperactivity disorder or not when he hears they are suffering in school. He admits the disorder is ‘made up’ and prescribes the drugs anyhow, but usually only to children in low income schools with the explanation that they need to be drugged to keep up with children who perform better academically.

Oct 07 20:35

How Student Loan Debt Is Turning Us Into Serfs

Waking Times

In much the same way that feudalism kept its people tied to the land for multiple generations, our current financial system is also producing a perpetual serf class; mainly through the issuance of student loans. Unlike most debts (of which we have plenty) there is no escaping these loans. In most cases, you don’t have the option to declare bankruptcy and start anew with a clean slate. As a result, many of our citizens are not only carrying heavy debts, they’re laying the groundwork for having indebted children as well.

Oct 07 20:33

Prestigious Heart Surgeon’s Confession Reveals the Truth About Heart Disease

Waking Times

Dr. Dwight Lundell is an experienced heart surgeon and retired Chief of Staff and Chief of Surgery at Banner Heart Hospital in Mesa, Arizona. Not so long ago, Dr. Lundell made the following statement of confession:

“We physicians with all our training, knowledge and authority often acquire a rather large ego that tends to make it difficult to admit we are wrong. So, here it is. I freely admit to being wrong. As a heart surgeon with 25 years experience, having performed over 5,000 open-heart surgeries, today is my day to right the wrong with medical and scientific fact."

Oct 07 20:05

Google rebuffs reports that Android Auto collects copious car data

On Tuesday we reported that Motor Trend claimed the 2017 Porsche 911 would not include Google's Android Auto because the mobile infotainment add-on gathered too much data for the German automaker's comfort. It reportedly sent back to Google data measurements of several essential vehicle operations, including vehicle speed, throttle position, fluid temperatures, and engine rev data — every time the system was activated.

In a statement Wednesday morning, tech giant Google rebuffed these claims in a prepared statement: "Android Auto needs to know whether the car is in Park or Drive to determine whether it should show a keyboard for searches or rely on voice input. Similarly, it needs to know whether it is day or night time so that Android Auto is optimized for daytime or nighttime viewing of the screen."

The statement concluded, "we take privacy very seriously and do not collect the data the Motor Trend article claims."

Oct 07 20:03

Second Yemen wedding bombed as UN says Houthi rebels accept ceasefire

Two airstrikes by the Saudi-led coalition killed at least 15 civilians and wounded 25 others in Yemen on Wednesday, witnesses and independent security officials said, as the UN announced Houthi rebels had accepted a resolution to stop fighting.

Oct 07 19:59

Flashback: Iraq Faces Massive U.S. Missile Barrage

They're calling it "A-Day," A as in airstrikes so devastating they would leave Saddam's soldiers unable or unwilling to fight.

If the Pentagon sticks to its current war plan, one day in March the Air Force and Navy will launch between 300 and 400 cruise missiles at targets in Iraq. As CBS News Correspondent David Martin reports, this is more than number that were launched during the entire 40 days of the first Gulf War.

On the second day, the plan calls for launching another 300 to 400 cruise missiles.

"There will not be a safe place in Baghdad," said one Pentagon official who has been briefed on the plan.

"The sheer size of this has never been seen before, never been contemplated before," the official said.

Oct 07 19:55

Volkswagen US boss told about emission cheat in 2014

Michael Horn said he was told about a "possible emissions non-compliance" in the spring of 2014.

The revelation was made in testimony due to be presented to a House committee investigating the scandal on Thursday.

He said he was told after a study by West Virginia University was published.
"I was informed that EPA [Environmental Protection Agency] regulations included various penalties for non-compliance with the emissions standards and that the agencies can conduct engineering tests which could include 'defeat device' testing or analysis," he said.

"I was also informed that the company engineers would work with the agencies to resolve the issue."

Mr Horn said in the written evidence it was not until 3 September this year that Volkswagen told US authorities about the "defeat device" in emissions software in diesel vehicles for the model years 2009 to 2015.

Oct 07 19:53

Israel says warned EU about VW emissions in 2013

Oct 7 Israel's Environment Ministry said on Wednesday it informed European regulators two years ago that local testers had been unable to test Volkswagen diesel vehicles at higher speeds because of a component placed in engines by the company.

Volkswagen had instructed that diesel vehicles be tested at 4,000-5,000 revolutions per minute (RPM) but, according to the ministry, the vehicles could not be tested above 2,500 RPM because of the component.

According to the Calcalist financial news website, the component in the vehicles' computer system prevented engines from reaching the maximum RPM under testing, meaning emission levels would not register at their "on the road" values.

Oct 07 19:01

Clinton e-mails were vulnerable to hackers, tech firm warned

A technology subcontractor that has worked on Hillary Rodham Clinton’s e-mail setup expressed concerns over the summer that the system was inadequately protected and vulnerable to hackers, a company official said Wednesday.

But the concerns were rebuffed by the company managing the Clinton account, Platte River Networks, which said it had been instructed by the FBI not to make changes. The FBI has been reviewing the security of the e-mail system.


Oct 07 18:43

Here's a Real Doomsday Turkey For You

Well, I mentioned a Doomsday Falafel on here, so we might as well have a Doomsday Turkey since Thanksgiving is fast approaching. Yeah, I know, there’s the question of what stuffing to use on such a bird. It certainly won’t be stuffed with sanity, I’ll tell you that. But we won’t need to worry about it getting done quickly, since the flash from a nuclear weapon detonation will make that tricky cooking time guesswork a thing of the past. Whooosh! Ah, nice and crispy! Say, where’s the gravy?

Oct 07 18:24

TPP: 'She's a beauty, mate!' Really?

Rarely has there been such a triumph of image over substance; rarely such an outpouring of admiration for a deal, whose details yet remain a secret, as there has been this week in the wake of the Trans-Pacific Partnership free trade announcement.

"A gigantic foundation stone for our future prosperity," gushed the PM as business groups pumped out their press releases with zeal. On the TV news, the networks ran their panegyrics to the TPP even higher in the bulletin than the nightly Prince Harry segment.
Illustration: John Shakespeare

If this is such a great deal, why are they hiding it? There is, among other things, a four-letter answer to this question: ISDS (Investor-State Dispute Settlement). ISDS is a mechanism for corporations to sue governments.

Oct 07 18:20

Russian and Syrian airstrikes continue, more casualties and losses among terrorist organizations’ ranks

Provinces, SANA – The army operations going on in various areas and provinces are resulting in more deaths within the terrorist organization’s ranks, with the army units striking hard on terrorists’ positions, destroying also their heavy armaments and equipment, as Russia ramped up the military campaign against ISIS positions in the country.

A military source confirmed that ISIS had suffered heavy losses in missile strikes launched by Russia’s naval fleet in the Caspian Sea against 11 of its positions in Syria.

Oct 07 18:09

MH-17 Yet Again, Poring Over the Data (and Translations); Serious Factual Errors by Time and Western Media

For most, the shoot-down of flight MH-17 over Ukraine is a forgotten memory. Western media has continually trumped up one of three stories.

1.Russian-backed rebels did it
2.Russia did it
3.Russian-backed rebels did it with Russia's help

Oct 07 17:36

Banks' Glencore Exposure Is a $100 Billion `Gorilla,' BofA Says

Global financial firms’ estimated $100 billion or more exposure to Glencore Plc may draw more scrutiny as regulatory stress tests approach after the commodity giant’s stock plunge this year, according to Bank of America Corp.

Oct 07 17:36

U.S. Bombing of a Doctors Without Borders Hospital in Afghanistan Was No Accident – “It Was the Target”

In particular, MSF (Doctors Without Borders) quickly publicized numerous facts that cast serious doubt on the original U.S. claim that the strike on the hospital was just an accident. To begin with, the organization had repeatedly advised the U.S. military of the exact GPS coordinates of the hospital. They did so most recently on September 29, just five days before the strike. Beyond that, MSF personnel at the facility “frantically” called U.S. military officials during the strike to advise them that the hospital was being hit and to plead with them to stop, but the strikes continued in a “sustained” manner for 30 more minutes.

Oct 07 17:26

U.N.: Yemen’s Houthis agree to stop fighting

The U.N. says the Houthi rebels in conflict-torn Yemen known as the Houthis have agreed to stop fighting.

U.N. spokesman Stephane Dujarric said Wednesday the Houthis accepted a U.N. Security Council resolution that calls for an end to violence, withdrawal of their forces from all areas they have seized and a halt to undermining the political transition in the country.

Dujarric said the U.N. special envoy for Yemen, Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed, has welcomed the Houthis’ latest statements and believes the government of Yemen, the Houthis and their allies should accept a U.N. invitation to join peace talks.

Oct 07 17:26

The CIA Keeps (Accidentally) Legitimizing JFK Conspiracy Theories

It is somewhat lost to history what a writhing ball of snakes the national security establishment was during the three years of John F. Kennedy's presidency, especially after the collapse of the Bay of Pigs invasion and, subsequently, Kennedy's rejection of that establishment's more bellicose proposals during the Cuban Missile Crisis. These were the days of Operation Northwoods, a proposal from the Joint Chiefs of Staff to manufacture a casus belli that would have so inflamed American public opinion as to make an invasion of Cuba inevitable. One of the possibilities suggested in the memo was blowing up John Glenn on the launching pad at Cape Canaveral. The memo is stored in the archives of the Kennedy Library in Boston. I've held it in my hand. It is an altogether remarkable government document, and it made it all the way up the policy chain to the Secretary of Defense before Robert McNamara turned it off. That's what it was like back in those days.

Oct 07 17:13

Is the “Truth Bomb” Being Released? – Bill Holter

“Bill, just a thought.
On several occasions you have indicated that at some point Russia (Putin) would be dropping a Truth Bomb aimed at the US.
In light of the recent Russian actions in Syria I would submit that he has just done such.
Let’s look back to last week when Putin addressed the United Nations. He spent some time talking about the Syrian conflict, the Mideast instability and the fallout now enveloping Europe. He put much of the blame on the Western powers and particularly singled out America and implied it’s lack of leadership, motives, nor decisive actions as a root cause. At one point in the speech Putin asked “Do you realize now what you’ve done?” In doing this he asked America directly and Barack Obama specifically, for all the world to hear?

Oct 07 17:12

Global Financial Meltdown Coming? Clear Signs That The Great Derivatives Crisis Has Now Begun

Warren Buffett once referred to derivatives as “financial weapons of mass destruction“, and it was inevitable that they would begin to wreak havoc on our financial system at some point. While things may seem somewhat calm on Wall Street at the moment, the truth is that a great deal of trouble is bubbling just under the surface.

Oct 07 15:44

Government Lies! "Doctor's without Borders" Hospital surrounded by empty space.

Oct 07 15:44

Does Free Speech Have a Palestine Exception? Dismissed Professor Steven Salaita Speaks Out

A new report by the Center for Constitutional Rights and Palestine Legal has documented hundreds of cases of Palestinian rights activists in the United States being harassed, disciplined, fired, sued, censored or threatened for their advocacy around Palestine.


Oct 07 15:35

David Cameron destroyed on air over hypocritical Saudi Arabia deal

David Cameron has repeatedly refused to explain why the British government agreed to a “squalid” deal with Saudi Arabia, as the country prepares to behead and crucify a teenager for engaging in pro-democracy protests during the Arab Spring.

Oct 07 15:24

US, NATO step up threats to Russia over Syria

Leaders of NATO openly threatened a military response against Russian forces in Syria Tuesday, after a series of incidents involving Russian warplanes operating along the Syrian-Turkish border.

Oct 07 15:18

Nurse giving flu shots reused syringes in Mercer Co.

More than 60 people in Mercer County, New Jersey are on alert after learning a nurse who administered flu shots was reusing the same syringe between patients.

The state Department of Health said Wednesday that nurse was changing the needle but she kept using the same syringe.

The concern is if blood got into the syringe, it could have been passed to another person.

Free blood tests were offered at the West Windsor Township Senior Center to dozens of employees of Otsuka Pharmaceuticals.

Total Wellness was alerted that a nurse they contracted to administer flu shots to employees of the pharmaceutical company failed to follow proper medical procedures.

Oct 07 15:13

Govt.’s budget cuts to reduce more police posts

Media reports say, Devon and Cornwall Police is set to lose another 500 officers due to the government’s cuts. According to the reports, the force, which covers the largest geographical police area in England, would see numbers reduced to 2,500 – down from 3,500 in 2010.

Oct 07 15:10

The First Crack: Deutsche Bank Preannounces Massive Loss, May Cut Dividend

Amid numerous rumors that Deutsche Bank is among the corporations exposed to the VW fiasco, and to be clear there is no news to confirm that, DB has just kitchen-sinked it in a pre-announcement:


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IF true, the markets are in for a very rough ride tomorrow.

Oct 07 15:04

Russian Ministry of Defence on Airstrikes in Syria

Oct 07 15:01

MN Supreme Court upholds payday lending law

The Minnesota Supreme Court has upheld the constitutionality of the state's payday lending law involving out-of-state, online lenders.

The state sued Integrity Advance in 2011, saying the company violated the state lending law when making nearly 1,300 loans to borrowers in Minnesota at annual interest rates of up to 1,369 percent.

A state district court in 2013 concluded that the company violated the Minnesota law thousands of times and awarded $7 million in statutory damages and civil penalties to the state.

Oct 07 14:59

Clinton appealing to US war hawks: Analyst

US Democratic presidential contender Hillary Clinton’s support for a no-fly zone over Syria is an attempt to “gain relevance” and appeal to American war hawks, says a counter-terrorism analyst.

Oct 07 14:59

Popescu Report - Central Banks and Gold

Oct 07 14:46

FLASHBACK - Hillary had second secret email address

The email address, published by The New York Times, was used in exchanges between Clinton and longtime adviser Sydney Blumenthal, and is from the same private email server that was uncovered earlier this year.

“Fyi. The idea of using private security experts to arm the opposition should be considered,” Clinton wrote Blumenthal from the ­email address HRod17@clintonemail.com.

The two were discussing strategies to help the opposition rebels oust Moammar Khadafy in Libya as that country descended into chaos in 2011.

Clinton’s office insisted just two months ago that the only private email address used by the former secretary of state during her tenure was hdr22@clintonemail.com.

Oct 07 14:37

Glossing the Hospital Massacre

Wasn’t there some grandiose purpose to having U.S. military forces operating
in Afghanistan? What was that, again?

Oct 07 14:33

Syria: Russian Intervention Exposes Coalition Lies. “The Terrorists R US”

“Oh what a tangled web we weave, When first we practice to deceive.” (Walter Scott, 1771-1832, “Marmion.”)

How speedily the lies of the “international community” in general and those of the US and UK in particular about the Syrian situation are unraveling since the participation of Russia.

Take UK Prime Minister David Cameron. On 24th September last year he addressed the United Nations, committing British aircraft to targeting IS/ISIL/ISIS in Iraq adding unequivocally that there would be no similar action in Syria and absolutely no “boots on the ground.”(1)

Oct 07 14:27

Israel lights the touchpaper at Al-Aqsa again

Jonathan Cook argues that Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu’s continuing pandering to his far-right constituency over Jerusalem’s holy sites, coupled with the Palestinian Authority’s helplessness, mean that “Palestinian youths will continue reaching for the humble stone”.

Oct 07 14:26

What if you don’t wish to “recognise” Israel?

Stuart Littlewood argues that, in the light of Israel’s criminal and illegal beginnings and its disdain for the rest of the world, it is perfectly alright to say that you do not recognise Israel.

Oct 07 14:23

5 Reasons Monsanto Is Crashing and Burning

By Eric Blair

It’s hard to believe that the once almighty Monsanto is on its knees. But their dirty deeds seem to have finally caught up with them.

Monsanto shares have already dropped 27 percent this year and they just posted fourth quarter losses wider than estimates.

Here are 5 real reasons Monsanto is tanking...

Oct 07 14:20

Do civilians with guns ever stop mass shootings?

Even in states which allow concealed carry, there often aren’t people near a shooting who have a gun on them at the time. Many mass shootings happen in supposedly “gun-free” zones (such as schools, universities or private property posted with a no-guns sign), in which gun carrying isn’t allowed. And there is no central database of such examples, many of which don’t hit the national media, especially if a gunman is stopped before he shoots many victims. Moreover, at least some examples are ambiguous, because it might be unclear — as you’ll see below — whether the shooter had been planning to kill more people when he was stopped.

Still, for whatever they are worth, here is a list of some such incidents (which deliberately excludes killings stopped by people who were off-duty police officers, or police officers from other jurisdictions, at the time of a shooting, as well as some other cases which struck me as borderline):

Oct 07 14:19

Why Americans Should Closely Watch Unfolding Events in Guatemala

Guatemala’s current situation and tragic history can be traced back to the CIA-led coup in 1954 that ousted the democratically elected government of President Jacobo Arbenz and installed the military dictator Carlos Armas. Arbenz was an advocate for land reform and was loved by the poor. The wealthy hated him. And when the CIA couldn’t bribe him, they ousted him in a most humiliating way. Even after he went into exile, the agency used constant disinformation to smear him in every way imaginable until his strange death in a bathtub in 1971.

Oct 07 14:17

Thousands of Residents to Protest Obama’s Visit to Roseburg, Oregon

On Monday the White House announced that this coming Friday the president would visit Roseburg to console the victims’ families and to promote that agenda, whether the community wants him there or not.

That same day David Jaques, the publisher of the Roseburg Beacon, told Bill O’Reilly on The O’Reilly Factor that the president won’t be welcome:

I think the president … is not welcome in our community.

And that isn’t just my opinion. We’ve talked with dozens upon dozens of citizens, some family members of the victims [and] our elected officials….

Our Douglas County commissioners, along with our Douglas County elected sheriff (who is very popular) and our chief of police all came to [the same conclusion] about him not being welcome here to grandstand for political purposes….

Oct 07 14:13

The Most Criminal Treaty in History Is Now Presented for Signing

As of 5 October 2015, a super-secret 12-nation treaty called TPP is set to be signed by the 12 nations, and the terms of this massive international contract will be kept secret until the contract has been in force for four years, at which time the contents might (but won’t necessarily) be revealed. This will be a large new international government that has been negotiated for years by international corporations, and which is now to be rubber-stamped by corrupt politicians on their behalf. Whereas those international corporations know the contract’s terms, the people who elected and are ruled by those politicians don’t, and (for four years, at least) they won’t.

Oct 07 14:08

Marc Faber: We Have Colossal Asset Inflation

Oct 07 14:05

Jew Lambastes Trump for Not Denouncing “Anti-Semitic” Supporters

This time, the Jewish writer, Bethany Mandel, is lambasting Trump for not denouncing his “anti-Semitic” supporters loudly enough.

Oct 07 14:05

En Route to World War: Russia, Syria And The Clash Of Empires

The confusion and propaganda that swirls around Syria has all the feel of a build-up to another major world war.

Oct 07 13:55

UK must stop trading arms with Saudi Arabia – Amnesty

Britain is being called upon to cease arms trading with Saudi Arabia after evidence emerged of widespread civilian casualties resulting from Saudi-led attacks on rebel fighters in the Yemen conflict.

Oct 07 13:45

Harry Reid Suing Exercise Equipment Firm Over Eye Injury

Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid and his wife, Landra, are suing the manufacturer of the exercise band that slipped or snapped, leading to the Nevada Democrat’s eye injury.

According to court documents filed in Clark County, Nev., Reid alleges that the injury resulted from a faulty exercise resistance band, causing more than $50,000 in damages.

Oct 07 13:45

Victory! World’s Largest Nation Bans GMO Food CropsFirst appeared: http://journal-neo.org/2015/10/01/victory-worlds-largest-nation-bans-gmo-food-crops/

Victories are to be celebrated and for the future of healthy life on our planet we all can celebrate a beautiful victory. The world’s largest nation, the Russian Federation, whose landmass spans Eurasia from the Baltic and Ukraine on the west to Vladivostock and the Pacific on her east, has formally declared all commercial planting of Genetically Modified Organisms, GMOs, to be prohibited.

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"Invade them and MAKE them eat GMO!" -- Monsatan