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Apr 04 07:15

IMF Tries To Put Out Fire From Bombshell Greece Leak, But Doesn’t Apologize

The International Monetary Fund’s managing director told Greek prime minister Alexis Tsipras on Sunday that the IMF remains committed to good faith negotiations, trying to assuage concerns raised by a Saturday leak.

Christine Lagarde dismissed the possibility the IMF would use underhanded tactics to pressure Greece in the letter, which was also posted on the IMF’s website.

The Huffington Post first reported on Saturday that Tsipras had asked Lagarde whether Greece could “trust” the IMF in light of leaked remarks by IMF officials suggesting that a crisis-inducing “event” was necessary to get Greece to comply with IMF austerity requests.

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"When the world around the IMF goes downhill, we thrive. We become extremely active because we lend money, we earn interest and charges and all the rest of it, and the institution does well. When the world goes well and we’ve had years of growth, as was the case back in 2006 and 2007, the IMF doesn’t do so well both financially and otherwise." -- Chrstine Lagarde

Apr 04 07:15

FACT: The U.S. Has Become a 2nd World Nation

Apr 04 07:12

Vietnam War at 50: Have We Learned Nothing?

Some 60,000 Americans were killed fighting in that war more than 8,000 miles away. More than a million Vietnamese military and civilians also lost their lives. The US government did not accept that it had pursued a bad policy in Vietnam until the bitter end. But in the end the war was lost and we went home, leaving the destruction of the war behind. For the many who survived on both sides, the war would continue to haunt them.

It was thought at the time that we had learned something from this lost war. The War Powers Resolution was passed in 1973 to prevent future Vietnams by limiting the president’s ability to take the country to war without the Constitutionally-mandated Congressional declaration of war. But the law failed in its purpose and was actually used by the war party in Washington to make it easier to go to war without Congress.

Such legislative tricks are doomed to failure when the people still refuse to demand that elected officials follow the Constitution.

Apr 04 07:11

Aging voting machines threaten election integrity

Imagine you went to your basement and dusted off the laptop or mobile phone that you used in 2002. What would happen if you tried to turn it on? We don’t have to guess. Around the country this election year, people are going into storage, pulling out computers that date back to 2002 and asking us to vote on them.

Following an election meltdown of epic proportions in 2000, the federal government provided more than US$2 billion to update the nation’s voting infrastructure. More than a decade later, these voting machines are approaching the end of their expected lifespans. Experts estimate that a reasonable lifespan for electronic voting machines (which are computers, running mainly on laptop technology developed in the 1990s) is in the 10- to 15-year range.

Apr 04 07:10


Recently, a student at American University Washington College of Law put a note on the door of a law professor stating “All Lives Matter.” This expression of what ought to be truism caused the AU law faculty to freak out.

Nearly sixty faculty members and staff signed a letter calling this an “incidence of intolerance.” A sounder position would hold that objecting to the statement “All Lives Matter” as a response to the statement “Black Lives Matter” smacks of intolerance because it places one racial group on a higher level than others.

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Apr 04 07:08

Mossack Fonseca: The Nazi, CIA and Nevada connections… and why it’s now Rothschild’s turn

For all the media excitement about the disclosed names in the “Panama Papers” leak, in this case represented by the extensive list of Mossack Fonseca clients, this is not a story about which super wealthy individuals did everything in their

Apr 04 07:08

Palestinian on the run from Israeli soldiers for a week — is 12 years old

The father of a 12-year-old Palestinian boy on the run for a week from Israeli soldiers in the occupied West Bank has told Middle East Eye that he fears his son will be killed if caught. Ramzi Abu Ajamia has been in hiding for the past seven nights, the boy’s father, Nasir Abu Ajamia said from their family home in Bethlehem’s Dheisha refugee camp. Israeli forces first showed up at the family’s home on 24 March, raiding the house and detaining Ramzi’s older brother. Ramzi said he had no idea why Israel was seeking to detain him. He says he attended protests against Israeli occupation, where rocks were thrown. “I don’t go to the clashes outside of the camp, but when soldiers come to us inside the camp, yeah I go out with the other boys – but that’s it – only when they come to us,” he said, speaking to MEE during a furtive visit to the family home. “I can’t explain why they want me, other than it’s my turn. Tomorrow it will be another kid’s [turn]."

Apr 04 07:07

No wonder we've stopped saving - this year's cash Isa rates are so derisory, the banks are embarrassed to advertise them...

There’s an innocent-sounding phrase that should get savers' alarm bells ringing: ‘ask in branch for details’.

It used to be that banks would trumpet their Isa rates. They’d boast of them in newspaper and online adverts and on posters in bank branch windows (back when there were bank branches).

But this year rates are so pitiful that it seems even providers are embarrassed to admit them. The poster below, currently pinned up in Post Office branches, is typical.

So far gone are the days of posters with massive percentage signs that this one doesn’t even mention the available interest rates in the small print. Only if you ask specifically will they admit what rates they’re offering.

Apr 04 07:07

Sanders is in Jewish tradition that rejected exceptionalist nationalism of Zionism

Jesse Alexander Myerson has an excellent meditation on Bernie Sanders’s throw-back Jewish identity at the Village Voice. There is a romance in the piece: Yiddish socialists who fought their persecution in Europe brought the fight for emancipation to the U.S. and transformed our country (that was a long time before neoconservatism and neoliberalism also transformed our country). And the piece is religious, too, inasmuch as Myerson quotes Scripture.

But the ending is terrific. It clearly identifies the sociocultural changes inside the Jewish community that made Zionism an ethos for the affluent. And clearly links anti-Zionism with a Jewish progressive tradition, of which Bernie Sanders is a part. Anti-Zionism is coming in, folks. Myerson’s piece is on the front page of the Village Voice, with the headline, “Heretic.” The Zionist/ant-Zionist debate is beginning to happen.

Apr 04 07:06

Play about 17-year-old Palestinian youth killed in 2000 tours Atlanta, St. Louis, New York

A play about martyrdom in the second intifada that has been widely praised is playing to sold-out audiences on campuses across the country and you should check it out if you get a chance. The show is called There Is a Field, and the playwright is the prolific activist/author Jen Marlowe. Marlowe did extensive reporting on the case of Aseel Asleh, 17, killed in October 2000; and this dramatic work featuring a diverse cast of actors and dealing with state violence generally is the result.

Apr 04 07:05

Bernie Sanders supporters hold massive #OccupyCNN protest over lack of coverage

Hundreds of protesters took to the streets of Hollywood outside the CNN headquarters on Sunday afternoon to voice their frustration with the lack of coverage of Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders.

Protesters used the hashtags #OccupyCNN and #BernieBlackout to organize and speak out against the unequal time given to covering Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump over Sanders. Last Saturday, Sanders won the Hawaii, Washington and Alaska primaries by large numbers but the network barely covered the news, activists say downplaying the victories. This while giving a disproportionate amount of time to covering Donald Trump’s latest antics.

Apr 04 07:04

The Plan To Break Up Syria Explained

Brandon Turbeville of ActivistPost.com joins James Corbett to discuss his recent article, “Kurdish Federalization Reminiscent Of Kerry’s Plan B, Brzezinski, NATO’s Plan A.” They break down the Kurdish groups that are involved in the plan and the globalist institutions that have shaped it.

Apr 04 07:02

Hundreds abused by 50 clergy over 40 years but federal prosecutors undecided on charges

Federal prosecutors aren’t yet certain if they’ll be filing racketeering charges against a Roman Catholic diocese after a grand jury found evidence that two former bishops assisted in the cover-up of sexual abuse to hundreds of children by more than 50 clergy over a 40-year period.

The Altoona-Johnstown diocese in Pennsylvania sparked further investigation when Reverend Joseph Maurizio, Jr was prosecuted and convicted of molesting two local children during missionary trips to Honduras.

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Over the weekend, Claire and I watched another movie which I am going to recommend, "Spotlight", which tells the story of how the Boston Globe ripped the lid off of the clergy pedophile scandal in Boston. As is apparently the case in Pennsylvania, officials enslaved by their belief in a God knew this was going on, but refused to do anything about it, until the problem had reached epic proportions.

Add this film (which won the Best Picture Oscar) to your list of films to watch. This is movie-making (and journalism) at its best, dragging the corruptions of the rich and powerful into the light of public scrutiny.

Apr 04 07:01

Nasa's Opportunity rover captures a whirling dust devil on MARS: Plumes of dirt are seen spiralling in the Meridiani plain

Dust devils on Mars can grow to the size of terrestrial tornadoes, with a funnel more than 330ft (100 metres) wide stretching up to 12 miles (19km) above the surface.

Scientists have known about the spiralling structures on the red planet for years, but now Nasa has captured its 'best one yet.'

Apr 04 07:00

Cop charged with second-degree murder after killing sobbing, unarmed man begging for his life

Over 1,000 people were killed by police in the U.S. last year. Regardless of whether or not someone can argue the potential justification in each case, that’s an insane number.

Apr 04 06:54

Editor of Süddeutsche Zeitung responded to the lack of U.S. individuals in the documents, saying "Just wait for what is coming next"

Apr 04 06:53

Are any of the names in the Panama Papers linked with the Clinton Foundation? They are refiling their taxes for not reporting Foreign Donations accurately for at least three years.

So far we have four names: Bidzina Ivanishvill, Prince Salman, Sultan Al-Nahyan, Petro Poroshenko .


For three years in a row beginning in 2010, the Clinton Foundation reported to the IRS that it received zero in funds from foreign and U.S. governments, a dramatic fall-off from the tens of millions of dollars in foreign government contributions reported in preceding years.
Those entries were errors, according to the foundation: several foreign governments continued to give tens of millions of dollars toward the foundation's work on climate change and economic development through this three-year period. Those governments were identified on the foundation's annually updated donor list, along with broad indications of how much each had cumulatively given since they began donating.

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Apr 04 06:37

About the Panama Papers

The data provides rare insights into a world that can only exist in the shadows. It proves how a global industry led by major banks, legal firms, and asset management companies secretly manages the estates of the world’s rich and famous: from politicians, Fifa officials, fraudsters and drug smugglers, to celebrities and professional athletes.

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Because only the poor should pay taxes!

Apr 04 06:35

Chicago Grapples With Worst Murder Rate In Two Decades

Apr 04 06:34

German MP: 'Berlin is Cozying Up to Erdogan'

The deal the EU recently struck with Turkey makes the European Union an accessory to President Erdogan’s support of the terrorist groups in Syria, a German MP told Radio Sputnik on Saturday.

Apr 04 06:34

Alaska Air Agrees to Buy Virgin America for $2.6 Billion

Alaska Air Group Inc. agreed to buy Virgin America Inc. for $2.6 billion, overcoming interest in the Richard Branson-backed carrier from JetBlue Airways Corp. to secure a deal that bolsters its main West Coast business while opening up key airports in New York and Washington.

Alaska Air will pay $57 a share for Virgin America stock, with the deal worth about $4 billion including debt and capitalized aircraft operating leases, the Seattle-based company said Monday.

“We’ve been thinking about an acquisition for a couple of years,” Alaska Chief Executive Officer Brad Tilden said on a conference call. “We’re confident in our ability to do well with this.” The company secured the deal after a “hard fought competition,” he added.

Apr 04 06:33

King of Spain's Aunt Named as Panama Firm Head in Leaked Files

Leaked law firm files show an aunt of Spain’s King Felipe VI was the president of a company registered in Panama, according to a report by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists.

Pilar de Borbon, the elder sister of the former monarch King Juan Carlos, became president and director of the Panama-registered company Delantera Financiera SA in 1974, according to the ICIJ. The consortium has published data based on documents spanning from 1977 to 2015 for the Panama-based law firm Mossack Fonseca, a top creator of shell companies.

Apr 04 06:32

Death by overwork on rise among Japan’s vulnerable workers

Japan is witnessing a record number of compensation claims related to death from overwork, or karoshi, a phenomenon previously associated with the long-suffering salaryman that is increasingly afflicting young and female employees.

Labor demand, with 1.28 jobs per applicant, is the highest since 1991, which should help Prime Minister Shinzo Abe draw more people into the workforce to counter the effect of a shrinking population, but lax enforcement of labor laws means some businesses are simply squeezing more out of employees, sometimes with tragic consequences.

Claims for compensation for karoshi rose to a record high of 1,456 in the year ending in March 2015, according to labor ministry data, with cases concentrated in health care, social services, shipping and construction, which are all facing chronic worker shortages.

Apr 04 06:31

Russia Tells UN Security Council That Turkey Is 'Main Supplier' of Weapons to ISIS, Media Yawns

The western media has been almost completely silent about a rather explosive accusation leveled against Turkey: According to Russia's UN Ambassador Vitaly Churkin, Ankara is the main supplier of weapons and ammunition to ISIS and other extremist groups operating in Syria.

The accusation was made in a letter to the UN Security Council, and included a detailed list of weapons and chemicals that Turkey has sent across its border into Syria.

According to Churkin, Turkey has been using humanitarian convoys to deliver the weapons.

Apr 04 06:31

Austria to deploy troops at Alpine border to stop refugees coming through Italy

Austria is concerned that it may soon face an inflow of refugees coming through Italy and is considering deploying troops to handle it. This comes as the EU's refugee deal with Turkey is about to be enforced.

In February, Austria introduced border restrictions, as did the Balkan countries. It resulted in a sharp decline in the number of new arrivals in Germany, the primary destination of asylum seekers. In March, less than 5,000 refugees entered Germany from Austria, the German Interior Ministry reported on Saturday, compared to 38,570 in February and 64,700 in January.

Apr 04 06:30

BRITAIN DIVIDED: Moment protesters burnt EU flag as migration anger spirals out of control

BRITAIN was tonight perilously divided as simmering anger about mass migration boiled over into ugly violence on the streets of Dover.

Apr 04 06:30

"Trump" Sidewalk Chalk: #TheChalkening Students from 100s of colleges across the US, standing up

Apr 04 06:27

10 things we've learnt from the leaked Panama Papers

The hidden wealth of some of the world’s most prominent leaders, politicians and celebrities has been revealed by an unprecedented leak of millions of documents that show some of the ways in which the rich can exploit secretive offshore tax regimes.

Dubbed the Panama Files, the 11 million documents were leaked from a Panamanian law firm called Mossack Fonseca.

They show how the company has helped clients launder money, dodge sanctions and evade tax.

The company says it has operated beyond reproach for 40 years and has never been charged with criminal wrong-doing.

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So far, western reporting of this scandal has been limited to reports on the US' enemies' activities, but there is silence for the US' friends, and especially for US politicians!

Apr 04 06:24

Sex slaves 'rented' out for up to $20,000: report

Some of the 75 Syrian sex slaves rescued last week from brothels in a Lebanese coastal town had been "rented" by clients for months at a time in exchange for up to $20,000, a report said Monday.

Apr 04 06:24

The Day Free Speech Died at Harvard Law School

There is a perception that being liberal is synonymous with tolerance. As youth tends to spawn idealism, it would follow that the most liberal campuses are home to the most tolerant student body.

However, after nearly three years of study at Harvard Law School, I have found that a significant number of the most liberal students tend to be the least tolerant of opposing viewpoints.

In late 2014, during my second year at Harvard Law School, a student group called Students For Inclusion created a blog entitled Socratic Shortcomings. Its commitment, we are told, is to “[foster] productive and contextualized conversations on matters related to race, gender and class.” The site allows students—and anyone really—to post anonymously about events at Harvard Law School.

Apr 04 06:20

Hillary as President would be Catastrophic for the US and the World

Beholden to special interests; complicit in US war crimes across the globe; held top secret information on an unsecured home server; incessantly lies (like most politicians); and is married to a man who has been accused by multiple women of sexual assault: the fact that Hillary Clinton is even remotely capable of becoming President of the US is symptomatic of how corrupt and screwed up the US political system actually is.

Apr 04 06:16


Just moments after Dr. Martin Luther King was killed by a sniper's bullet, a photographer took the above picture. Dr. King lies on the balcony floor. The witnesses are all pointing in the direction the fatal shot was fired from. There is no confusion among the witnesses as to where the source of the shot was. They are not confused by echoes. There is no uncertainty. All three witnesses are pointing in exactly the same direction.

The official story is that these men are pointing at the bathroom window in the rear of the rooming house from which James Earl Ray is supposed to have fired a gunshot.

But is that where the witnesses are pointing?

As part of the research, Ted Wilburn went back to the Lorraine Motel, to the very spot where Martin Luther King was shot, and took a photograph of the crime scene location that shows a great deal of the surroundings.

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Apr 04 06:00

Reports: Bombs went off in basement levels of towers on 9/11

According to a number of eyewitness reports, bombs went off in basement levels of both towers 1 and 2, and possibly also in basement levels of Building 7.

Apr 04 05:46

Student: ‘Harvard University, other schools, having problems with students and staff silencing free speech’

(INTELLIHUB) — As if a massive new PSYOP campaign is now running in full force, more and more college students are reporting that their rights, while on campus, are at jeopardy as offended students and teachers alike push to limit free speech.

Apr 04 05:26

Trump: "I'm the one being discriminated against"

I want to see how we're treated. Look, I signed a pledge. They wanted me to sign the pledge. And I'm the one that's being discriminated against," Trump told host John Dickerson.

Apr 04 05:24

Illegal Jewish schools: DoE 'covered up' abuse and disappearance of pupils

The report states that more than 1,000 boys had been placed in ultra-Orthodox Jewish faith schools from as young as the age of 13, where their main education is received through studying religious texts. It claimed the pupils leave with little or no ability to speak English and few qualifications that will help them prepare for later life.

Apr 04 05:15

Donald Trump Could Be the Military-Industrial Complex’s Worst Nightmare

This week, while people everywhere were fretting over his violent talk, the candidate came to Washington and dropped a peace bomb on the neocon editorial writers at The Washington Post and the war lobby. Trump wants to get the United States out of fighting other people’s wars. He thinks maybe NATO has outlived its usefulness. He asks why Americans are still paying for South Korea’s national defense. Or Germany’s or Saudi Arabia’s.

Apr 04 02:34

Most Important Paragraph For Understanding 'The Panama Papers'

Giant Leak of Offshore Financial Records Exposes Global Array of Crime and Corruption

They also include at least 33 people and companies blacklisted by the U.S. government because of evidence that they’d been involved in wrongdoing, such as doing business with Mexican drug lords, terrorist organizations like Hezbollah or rogue nations like North Korea and Iran.

One of those companies supplied fuel for the aircraft that the Syrian government used to bomb and kill thousands of its own citizens, U.S. authorities have charged.

(*North Korea , Iran , Syria , Iceland , Putin ?
That's It ! They've just got to be BEX! )

Apr 04 02:17

Panama Leak Leaves Icelandic PM in Deep Trouble

An unprecedented leak of more than 11 million documents from the notorious Panama law firm Mossack Fonseca reveals detailed information about a company owned by Iceland’s Prime Minister Sigmundur Davíð Gunnlaugsson and his wife Anna Sigurlaug Pálsdóttir. The leak, known as the Panama Papers, connects numerous former and current heads of state worldwide to offshore companies in tax havens.


Apr 04 02:05

Hillary Clinton supporter yawns throughout Wisconsin speech

During a campaign rally in Eau Claire, Wisconsin on Saturday, at least one campaign supporter seemed to be less than impressed with Clinton's presentation. (Keep an eye on the pretty girl on the right.)

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Apr 04 01:56

Hundreds of Israeli Companies, Shareholders Listed in Panama Papers

Panama Papers: Hundreds of Israeli Companies, Shareholders Listed in Leaked Documents Detailing Offshore Holdings
Leaked documents of Panamanian law firm reveal shell companies linked to prominent Israeli lawyers and business persons.

Some 600 Israeli companies and 850 Israeli shareholders are listed in the leaked documents of Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca, a leader in creating shell companies that often serve to conceal ownership of assets.


Apr 04 01:44

Panama Papers: = ‘Biggest Leak In History’ On Corruption

Panama Papers: German paper publishes ‘biggest leak in history’ on corruption

Germany’s Süddeutsche Zeitung (SZ) has released the biggest leak in journalistic history, posting 11.5 million documents from a Panamanian law firm online and providing “rare insights into a world that can only exist in the shadows.”

SZ said it received the law firm’s documents a year ago from an anonymous source who “wanted neither financial compensation nor anything else in return.”

The German paper obtained further documents in an investigation that followed, involving “400 journalists from more than 100 media organizations in over 80 countries.”

SZ said it decided to analyze the data in cooperation with the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ).

April 3, 2016

Apr 03 22:38

Israeli investigative reporter fears for life after major exposé of corruption

Apr 03 18:47

Ted Cruz Launches Attack Ads, Mailers Against John Kasich

the final days before the Wisconsin primary, Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz strengthened his efforts against rival John Kasich by launching a television ad and sending mailers attacking the Ohio governor.

The 30-second television ad released by the Cruz campaign this weekend explores Kasich's ties to Worthington Industries, a Fortune 500 company in Ohio that last year laid off hundreds of employees, including 115 in Ohio.

In addition to the television ad, the Cruz campaign also sent mailers to Wisconsinites attacking Kasich

(*Kasich throws up a fence for Cruz , and this is 'The Snot's' gratitude .)

Apr 03 18:00

The Other Great Chaplin Speech / The Tyranny of Authority

Charlie Chaplin's speech at the end of The Great Dictator has become famous as one of the most inspirational ever recorded. 17 years later, having been forced from the United States because of his political views, Chaplin made A King In New York, satarising McCarthyism and once again using an epic speech to share his views. This time it is his 10 year old son, Michael Chaplin, who delivers it...


Apr 03 17:55

Calgary police say a police dog who chased a 12-year-old boy into his home and attacked him on the kitchen floor likely won’t be euthanized.

Calgary police say a police dog who chased a 12-year-old boy into his home and attacked him on the kitchen floor likely won’t be euthanized.
Ali Hassan says he was playing outside with his siblings on Wednesday evening when he saw the unleashed dog, which lives in the neighbourhood with a police handler, chasing after him.

Apr 03 15:09

Interpol head detective in Venezuela charged with smuggling 769lbs of cocaine to the Dominican Republic

The head detective of Interpol in Venezuela has been charged with smuggling nearly 770lbs of cocaine to the Dominican Republic.

Chief Detective Eliecer Garcia, 42, reportedly coordinated the large shipment of cocaine from north-west Venezuela on behalf of a local businessman last week.

Prosecutors believe that Garcia used his senior position at Interpol to ensure that the plane carrying the Class A drugs could leave Venezuela without being checked.

Apr 03 14:51

Brexit campaign four points clear in latest poll as survey reveals half of pro-EU young voters might stay at home

The Leave campaign has a four point lead in the latest polls on the Brexit battle.

The survey reveals the greatest support for staying In the EU comes from young voters - but apathy from 18 to 34-year-olds could help the Out camp to victory.

Overall, the Leave campaign leads 43 per cent 39 per cent in the latest Opinium poll.

The only age group showing a clear lead for In is the young - but only 52 per cent of them said they are certain to vote on June 23. Voters aged over 35 back Brexit, the poll showed.

Apr 03 14:46

I Review a Mind-Control Review of VAXXED

By Jon Rappoport

Vaxxed opened this weekend at the Angelika Film Center in New York, after being censored at the Tribeca Film Festival.

My analysis of how a conformist film critic operates, starting with the basics, which of course involve mind control.

Where did the word “official” come from?...

Apr 03 13:09

German Economic News Reports Obama Has Abandoned His ‘Neocons’

German Economic News (Deutsche Wirtschafts Nachrichten, or DWN), the most reliable news-source on geostrategic matters, reported, on March 31st, that U.S. President Barack Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin had secretly reached agreement on working together to kill the jihadists in Syria, even despite Obama’s having long been carrying out instead the policies of his Administration’s neoconservatives, such as Hillary Clinton and Joe Biden, which prioritize first America’s longstanding effort to overthrow and replace the Russian government (by overthrowing governments that ally with Russia).

Apr 03 12:49

The Globalisation Of Bad Food And Poor Health: Sustainable Development Or Sustainable Profits?

The proportion of deaths due to cancer around the world increased from 12 percent in 1990 to 15 percent in 2013. Globally, cancer is already the second-leading cause of death after cardiovascular diseases.

In India, government data indicates that cancer showed a 5 percent increase in prevalence between 2012 and 2014 with the number of new cases doubling between 1990 and 2013.

Apr 03 11:39

Can Your Car Be Hacked?

Imagine driving down the freeway at 70-miles per hour, and suddenly your vehicle starts to accelerate all by itself. Or if the steering wheel starts to turn by itself, the radio volume maxes out, and the transmission changes gears by itself, it sounds like it could only happen if you have a ghost in your car, or so we thought until about eight months ago when two hackers took over a 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee.

Apr 03 11:19

Hillary To Host Fundraiser At Home Of Lobbying Firm CEO And Bank Board Member

Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton will visit New Jersey Friday evening for a fundraiser which will be hosted by Michael Kempner, CEO of MWW PR, a PR agency/lobbying firm. Kempner is also (gasp) a founding board member of North Jersey Community Bank.

Apr 03 10:30


Apr 03 10:28

Drug War is Crumbling: Town Converts Prison into Cannabis Grow Facility

By Justin Gardner

In our fight to end the drug war, there may be no greater symbolism than a prison being turned into a cannabis grow facility. That is likely to happen in Coalinga, where the city council voted 4-1 in favor of an ordinance to allow commercial cannabis cultivation at the empty Claremont Custody Center.

They also voted for ballot initiatives to let the citizens decide if the town should host cannabis dispensaries, and if all these operations should be taxed. Coalinga stands to join its fellow California town, Adelanto, in restoring freedom and medical advancement, as well as generating revenue...

Apr 03 10:28

Cold week ahead; snow possible on Tigers home opener

The first full week of April will be cold and several days will have precipitation — including Opening Day for the Detroit Tigers on Friday, according to the National Weather Service.

While Sunday will see a high of about 40 degrees, there could be a half-inch to an inch of snow Sunday nightfor most of Metro Detroit. Those totals raise as one heads north; Saginaw and the Thumb area could see 4-6 inches of snow, Weather Service meteorologist Rachel Kulik said. The overnight low will be 28 degrees.

On Monday, the low pressure system that brought the snow will leave, headed for the northeast. A high pressure system from northern Canada will bring dry conditions but cold air Monday night into Tuesday.

Apr 03 10:08

San Francisco police raid home of man beaten by officers in video last year

San Francisco police and the FBI raided the home of Stanislav Petrov, the man whose beating by sheriff’s deputies was caught on surveillance video last fall, and arrested him and three others and left one other with multiple gunshot injuries.

Apr 03 10:06

Family Demanding Answers After Police Fire 56 Shots At Father & Son

The family of the father and son shot and killed is demanding answers into why the officers shot them and fired so many bullets.

Apr 03 09:59

Tax authorities to monitor Greeks’ bank accounts across the EU

Greece’s tax authorities will soon be able to monitor all bank accounts that Greek taxpayers have within the European Union, according to a draft law currently being discussed by Parliament’s Financial Affairs Committee. Finance Ministry officials are introducing the clauses on the automatic exchange of bank account information, which will effectively allow them direct access to all deposits of local taxpayers within the bloc, with the aim of combating cross-border fraud and tax evasion.

Apr 03 09:55

ISIS caught making FAKE propaganda photos using blood from dead chickens to stage murder of young boy by Iraqi soldiers

AN ISIS propaganda photo showing a young boy lying dead was FAKED using chickens blood.

The gory picture claimed to show a lad murdered by Iraqi soldiers.

But the snap has been exposed as a LIE.

Apr 03 09:53


Apparently it seems it was meant as an April Fool’s joke. This was the opinion of most of the comments to the post, but I was sure it was the real thing. Turns out I was the fool for believing it.

For this I apologize to my readers … zionism is definitely not a laughing matter and I hope the usually honest site it came from will issue the same apology that I am posting here.

Apr 03 09:52

Netanyahu to Kerry: Declare Israel doesn’t commit extrajudicial killings

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu reportedly asked John Kerry to publicly state that Israel does not carry out extrajudicial killings, after a group of U.S. lawmakers asked the secretary of state to investigate such claims.

Meanwhile, Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., the lead lawmaker making the request, rebuked Netanyahu for his initial response to the revelation of the letter, saying the Israeli leader misunderstood the relevant law, which requires defunding military units underwritten by U.S. government funds should they be found in violation of U.S. human rights norms.

The Times of Israel reported that Netanyahu made the call to Kerry Friday.

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"You do what I tell you to do or I'll blow the whistle on what really happened on 9-11, and it will be worse for you than it will be for us!" -- Nodding Yahoo

Apr 03 09:50

Priebus warns of 'consequences' to Trump's talk of independent bid

Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus said on Sunday that comments made by Donald Trump noting he's open to an independent presidential bid may make it more difficult for the Republican front-runner to secure the nomination.

"Those kinds of comments, I think, have consequences," Priebus said on ABC's "This Week."

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Says the man trying to prevent Trump from getting the nomination...

Apr 03 09:41

LA's new rule: homeless people are only allowed to own one trashcan's worth of things

A new law passed by the LA city council prohibits homeless people from owning more belongings than can fit in a 60-gallon trashcan with the lid on, and allows police to summarily confiscate any tents that are still standing on public property during daylight hours. The law is a response to Los Angeles's epidemic of homelessness -- a rise in homelessness that's clocked in at 20% of two years.

Apr 03 09:41

The police could be controlling your self-driving car

One of the biggest issues will be the rules under which public infrastructures and public safety officers may be empowered to override how autonomous vehicles are controlled. It is not hard to imagine why they might want such override power. One is for traffic control. As AVs proliferate there are many advantages to having them talk with intelligent roadways, the better to use scarce freeway space. Controls may also be imposed to leave lanes clear for emergency vehicles or crowded busses. Road conditions that are hard to detect by AV sensors, like weather-related lane closures, may also be more efficiently and fairly handled by having roadways or emergency crews redirect AVs away from problematic lanes, as well as around police, fire, and EMS activity. Overrides could be used to restrict certain vehicles from sensitive locations, like military sites.
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Apr 03 09:35

America's teachers are being trained in a harsh interrogation technique that produces false confessions

The Reid Technique is the go-to method for coercing false confessions in America's police interrogation rooms, and now it's being taught to America's schoolteachers, just as schools are using "zero-tolerance" policies and on-site cops to re-characterize school discipline problems as criminal matters, creating a school-to-prison pipeline. John E. Reid and Associates originated the technique, which involves "minimization" (the interrogator downplays the seriousness of the offense) and "maximization" (the interrogator threatens the accused with terrible, lasting punishment for failing to confess).

Apr 03 09:27

Here's How We Can Break Up the Banks and Avoid Another Economic Disaster

We need a new model of banking (and to an extent a reworking of the entire financial system), so that it is less likely to need rescue by the taxpayer and is more likely to serve the real economy, not a narrow interest group.

Apr 03 09:27

America, We Have a Problem: Homelessness Is Out of Control

Our cities are locked in a crisis that this presidential election season has ignored.

Apr 03 09:26

The Republicans Are Truly Right-Wing Radicals: The GOP Has Finally Destroyed the Political Press' Most Destructive Narrative

The truth is, anyone with clear vision recognized a long time ago that the GOP has transformed itself since 2009 into an increasingly radical political party, one built on complete and total obstruction. It’s a party designed to make governing difficult, if not impossible, and one that plotted seven years ago to shred decades of Beltway protocol and oppose every inch of Obama’s two terms. (“If he was for it, we had to be against it,” former Republican Ohio Sen. George Voinovich once explained.)

And for some of us, it didn’t take Donald Trump’s careening campaign to confirm the destructive state of the GOP. But if it’s the Trump circus that finally opens some pundits’ eyes, so be it.

Apr 03 09:26

How Israel's Media Propaganda Dominates the American Mind

In the conflict over the land of Palestine, Israel’s overpowering military superiority has produced decisive battlefield victories. But just as crucial to Israeli dominance in that region is its supremacy in the U.S. news media, which is captured in the title of an important new film from the Media Education Foundation, The Occupation of the American Mind: Israel’s Public Relations War in the United States.

Apr 03 09:15

Cyprus criminalizes denial of 1915 Armenian genocide by Turks

The Cypriot parliament passed a resolution penalising denial of genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes, modifying existing legislation, which required prior conviction by an international court to make denial a crime.

Apr 03 09:15

Brazil's government sounded the alarm Saturday over meager sales of Olympic tickets and public apathy just five months before Rio hosts South America's first Summer Games

With worries about the Zika virus, high crime and a major political crisis already overshadowing the August 5 opening ceremony, Brazil now faces the embarrassing prospect of empty stadiums.

Apr 03 09:08

9/11: The FBI Report and the Dancing  Israelis Standing Truth on its Ear

At 3:31 p.m., the FBI put out a “be on the lookout” (BOLO) all points bulletin and, about an hour later, East Rutherford police officers Scott DeCarlo and Sgt. Dennis Rivelli identified the white van, then stopped it on Rt. 3, near Giants stadium. The cops approached and instructed the occupants to exit the vehicle, but the driver refused and the officers, now with guns drawn, had to physically remove the occupants (there were now five of them). The men were hand-cuffed, read their rights, and taken into custody.

All of them were between 22-27 years of age. Their names were Sivan Kurzburg, his brother Paul Kurzburg, Yaron Shmuel, Oded Ellner and Omer Marmari. The driver [Sivan Kurzburg] reportedly told officer DeCarlo, “We are Israeli. We are not your problem. Your problems are our problems. The Palestinians are the problem.”i Another occupant falsely said, “We were on the West Side highway in New York City during the incident.”

Apr 03 09:04

Rancher Wayne Hage Loses Battle with BLM and The Federales

Apr 03 09:03

Azerbaijan Destroys 10 Armenian Tanks in Nagorno-Karabakh - Ministry

Armenia has lost 10 battle tanks during the intensified Nagorno-Karabakh conflict with Azerbaijan, according to the Azerbaijani Defense Ministry.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This feels like a repeat of the Georgian conflict a few years ago. The goal is to plunge that isthmus into war to prevent its being used by Russia when the US invades Iran.

Apr 03 09:01

Karabakh Defense Army liberates base captured by Azerbaijan in Talish direction

At dawn, in response to large-scale artillery shelling by Azerbaijani forces, the Defense Army undertook counteroffensive measures and dominated the strategic base in the direction of Talish, which was earlier occupied by Azerbaijani forces. The enemy suffered heavy losses, and was forced to retreat, informed the Press Service of the Nagorno Karabakh Defense Army.

Apr 03 09:00

Greece on brink of chaos as refugees riot over forced return to Turkey

The Greek government is bracing itself for violence ahead of the European Union implementing a landmark deal that, from Monday, will see Syrian refugees and migrants being deported back to Turkey en masse.

Apr 03 08:59

Are Vaccines Such “Holy Cows” That They Can’t Be Condemned?

By Catherine J. Frompovich

Vaccines cause the very diseases they are supposed to ‘immunize’ against. How’s that efficacious? It certainly is efficacious for vaccine makers’ financial interests, but certainly not for those who contract vaccine-induced polio or experience the adverse events associated with many vaccines, particularly the HPV ‘anti-cervical cancer’ vaccines, which are now given to young boys, who don’t have cervixes.

Before you cry “foul ball,” I know why they’re mandated for young boys. Tsk! Tsk! Tsk!

Apr 03 08:59

Clean streets: the mobile laundry service helping Australia's homeless

Many thought setting up a free laundry service for homeless people out of the back of a van was crazy. Now Orange Sky Laundry operates in six Australian cities, with 450 volunteers

Apr 03 08:55

IMF's Christine Lagarde: "When The World Goes Downhill, We Thrive"

"When the world around the IMF goes downhill, we thrive. We become extremely active because we lend money, we earn interest and charges and all the rest of it, and the institution does well. When the world goes well and we’ve had years of growth, as was the case back in 2006 and 2007, the IMF doesn’t do so well both financially and otherwise."
- Chrstine Lagarde

Apr 03 08:49

Tough Breakup: US Displeased With Erdogan Targeting Kurds, Journalists

The tensions between long-standing allies Washington and Ankara mounted as the Turkish government continues to crack down on Kurds within the country and brutally suppress civil disquiet over a lack of freedom of expression in the country.

Apr 03 08:48

Ghosts of the Past: The Story of Red Army Captives in Poland

While the Polish government is preparing to demolish 500 monuments devoted to the memory of Soviet soldiers who died liberating Poland from the Nazi invaders, another disturbing historic episode comes to mind – the story of tens of thousands of Soviet prisoners of war tormented in Polish captivity back in the 1920s.

Apr 03 08:48

Trump: I will eliminate U.S. debt in 8 years

Apr 03 08:47

Hundreds of thousands of people could soon lose food stamps as states reimpose time limits and work requirements that were suspended in recent years because of high unemployment, state officials and advocates for the poor said Friday.

Liberal groups said that many unemployed childless adults with low incomes could be cut off, starting this month, as a result of the time limits, which date to the 1996 welfare law.

Apr 03 08:46


Apr 03 08:46

Kenyan Muslim man who died protecting Christians in terror attack awarded top honour

A Muslim man who shielded Christians in an Islamist attack has been posthumously awarded one of Kenya’s most prestigious honours.

Apr 03 08:44

Surprise! America's Largest News Service Collaborated With Nazi Germany

According to a new and completely unsurprising academic study, the Associated Press published "material directly from Joseph Goebbels’s infamous propaganda machine" leading up to and during WWII, including anti-Soviet propaganda used to cover up some of worst crimes committed by Nazi Germany.

German historian Harriet Scharnberg discovered that "instead of printing pictures of the days-long Lviv pogroms with its thousands of Jewish victims, the American press was only supplied with photographs showing the victims of the Soviet police and ‘brute’ Red Army war criminals.”

Apr 03 08:43

French Parliament Will Vote to End Anti-Russian Sanctions

French lawmaker Thierry Mariani drafted a resolution that aims to lift anti-Russian sanctions and plans to present the document in the French National Assembly at the end of April.

Apr 03 08:42

Top 20 Doublespeak Terms to Listen for in Modern Propaganda

Doublespeak is a language that is alive and well in our world today. Doublespeak can refer to terms that are euphemisms (mild expressions designed to hide harsher or more direct ones), deliberately ambiguous (expressions designed to hide the truth) or actual inversions (outright lies which state the opposite of the truth). Although he never used the term doublespeak in his book 1984, many associate doublespeak with George Orwell. After all, it was Orwell who famously wrote that the motto of the totalitarian ruling party in 1984 was “War is Peace, Freedom is Slavery, Ignorance is Strength” – an example of an inversion. Orwell did however use the term newspeak to refer to a new kind of language which drastically reduced the scope of available words and terms, so as to concurrently reduce the scope of possible free thought among the ruled population.

Apr 03 08:41

Saudi Arabia to set up $2tn mega-fund for post oil era

The world’s largest crude exporter Saudi Arabia plans to create a huge sovereign wealth fund for the country’s most prized assets to prepare for a post oil era, said Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman as cited by Bloomberg.

Apr 03 08:41

Sputnik reporters shelled in Nagorny-Karabakh despite Baku’s claim of ceasefire

Sputnik Armenia news outlet journalists came under fire when entering the city of Martakert in Nagorny-Karabakh, the media says. The journalists weren’t injured.

According to social media reports, residents are leaving the city, which is some three kilometers from the frontline.

Apr 03 08:39

Armenia-Azerbaijan: Simulation of War

ussia has been very careful not to take sides in the conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan in order not to upset the delicate balance, seeking closer relations with both countries and maintaining peace in the Caucasus, however Turkey and USA had professed their support for Azerbaijan, which may provide it with too much dangerous confidence. Incidentally, Azerbaijani president was visiting Washington during the break out of the new round of hostilities.

Apr 03 08:36

Dozens of Pro-Pot Protesters Light Up In Front of White House

Dozens of pro-legalization protesters lit up in unison at 4:20 p.m. in front of the White House, and tried to get President Obama to hear them out on relaxing federal laws againstmarijuana.

Apr 03 08:34

Fears for 1,000 missing children in illegal faith schools. Education authority also 'destroyed incriminating records relating to pupils at risk of sexual and physical abuse' in ultra-Orthodox Jewish schools.

A London council’s education authority destroyed evidence of children being educated in illegal faith schools at the request of religious institutions, The Independent can reveal.

Apr 03 08:30

Brazil’s Petrobras to axe 12,000 jobs

Apr 03 08:19

Roger Waters at the Stop AIPAC conference

Apr 03 08:19


Bikers for Trump rolled in to Wisconsin and upset some anti-Trump protestors that think the first amendment isn’t for all citizens. They heard the ROLLING THUNDER coming from afar and dang….their shouts just weren’t loud enough to earn their George Soro’s cash for the day!

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I wonder if the Bikers are working for Soros, to add to Trump's manufactured image of violence.

Apr 03 08:18


The investigation began in 2014, when Novus was facing allegations of offering services to patients who did not apply for them. Novus was also accused of collecting funds for “unnecessary” services and procedures. During the investigation, Harris’ underlying scheme was discovered. Text messages the CEO sent to employees revealed he regularly instructed nurses to overdose patients with medication, often morphine, to hasten people’s deaths.

“You need to make this patient go bye-bye,” read one text from the executive. “Find patients who would die within 24 hours,” Harris reportedly told other healthcare executives, according to the FBI’s affidavit.

The FBI alleges Harris “instructed a nurse to administer overdoses to three patients and directed another employee to increase a patient’s medication to four-times the maximum allowed.” Both the nurse and the other employee refused to carry out the orders.