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Jan 09 23:55

Palestian President: “We stand with Saudi Arabia in everything”

The inexplicably wealthy Palestinian Dictator Mahmoud Abbas, whose elected term ended in 2009, is aligning "we",the Palestinian people, with the Wahabis.

" We stand with Saudi Arabia in everything it did, because we think what Saudi Arabia did is the right thing, and thus we stand with it. No shame in this, we stand with Saudi Arabia.”
Abbas however could not elaborate in how exactly Riyadh has ever helped Palestine. Ironically it is Saudi Arabia’s rivals in Tehran who have always been a vocal supporter of the Palestinian plight and questiion"

It was Abbas who provoked the situation with the democratically Hamas which led to the brutal siege on Gaza.

Jan 09 19:57

Media Blackout: NATO Returns to Libya

One of the major advantages of being a NATO member is that you are allowed to conduct military operations in any country of your choosing, with minimal (or no) news coverage and absolutely zero debate.

This delightful perk is more or less written into NATO's charter. And it's been an especially perky perk with regards to Libya —once the richest, most developed nation in North Africa; now a moon crater.

Jan 09 19:06

Rapper handcuffed in Atlanta bank parking lot. he withdrew $200,000, said the bank accused him of "robbing the bank."

Rapper Blac Youngsta was detained by Atlanta police after making a healthy bank transaction at a local Wells Fargo branch. After withdrawing $200,000, Youngsta and about eight other people were placed in handcuffs in the bank’s parking lot on the corner of Peachtree Drive and Piedmont Road. A call was made to police by the bank’s manager, Fox 5 Atlanta reports.

Jan 09 17:31

It Begins: FXCM Doubles Yuan Margins, Warns Of Market "Disruption And Highly Illiquid Conditions"

The last time FX brokers, still hurting from the Swiss National Bank's revaluation shocker from last January which forced brand names such as FXCM to seek an urgent bailout, scramble to hike margins was in late June just ahead of the Greek "event risk" weekend, when numerous brokers either hiked margins on EUR positions or went to "close only" mode due to "uncertainty surrounding the Greek debt negotiations... that could lead to high volatility on the market."

Jan 09 17:31

Turkey Wraps up ‘Security Op’ With More Kurds Being Killed Every Day

Human rights activists are concerned about the grave humanitarian situation in besieged Kurdish towns of southeastern Turkey. Ankara is to face a trial in Strasbourg over its security forces’ operation which is due to be over by the end of January.

Jan 09 17:30

What The Charts Say: "US Stocks Are In Riskiest Position In Seven Years"

MAJOR STOCK INDEXES ENTER CORRECTION TERRITORY... After suffering the worst start to a new year in history, the U.S. stock market has entered correction territory which is defined by a drop of 10% from its old high. The charts pretty much speak for themselves. All three major stock indexes fell to three month lows in heavy trading. The next downside target is the two lows formed in August and late September.

Jan 09 17:29

Gold In 2016: "Economic Power Is Shifting"

Advance signs of a global slump in economic activity emerged in 2015.

Furthermore, the dollar's strength, coupled with widening credit spreads confirms a global tendency for dollar-denominated debt to contract. These developments typically precede an economic and financial crisis that could manifest itself in 2016, partially confirmed by the disappointing performance of equity markets. If so, demand for physical gold can be expected to escalate rapidly as a financial crisis unfolds.

Jan 09 17:29

China Goes Full Keynesian-tard: Demolishes Never-Used Just-Built Skyscraper

"Growth" meet "mal-investment boom-bust" In a perfect example of the smoke-and-mirror-ness of China's credit-fueled expansion, a 27-storey high-rise building which was completed on November 15th 2015 was just demolished, "having been left unused for too long."

Jan 09 17:28

New York Police Sergeant Finally Charged In Death of Eric Garner

A New York Police Department sergeant has just been charged in the death of Eric Garner, but when you here the details, you might be shocked.

The sergeant has been stripped of her gun and badge. She now faces internal charges in the July 2014 death of Eric Garner, but still no criminal charges.

Jan 09 17:26

Oops: How The NSA Helped Foreign Governments Spy On The US

If you still believe that the NSA is all about guarding you from terrorists, or even securing the US against foreign intelligence agencies, think again.

The FBI is investigating a recent security breach, with independent researchers believing that a back door created by the NSA had allowed foreign governments to spy on US government communications.

Jan 09 17:25

‘RAPEFUGEES NOT WELCOME’: Thousands Take To Cologne Streets To Protest Migrant Sex Attacks

Supporters of the Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamisation of the West (PEGIDA) have rallied outside the main train station in Cologne today, the location of nearly 200 migrant sex attacks on New Year’s Eve.

Jan 09 17:25

Experts Say Decaying Gas Lines Are A Ticking Time Bomb Below City Streets

From the city to the suburbs, thousands of miles of some of the country’s oldest and decaying gas mains lay just below the surface of our streets.

As CBS2’s Dick Brennan reported, experts said the consequences could be dangerous or devastating.

In the early 20th century, there were new roads, rails, and an underground system delivered gas to buildings around New York.

More than 100 years later the landscape has drastically changed — but some of those exact same mains are still delivering our gas today.

Jan 09 17:21

Adelson ‘offered Obama $1b for Iron Dome for Israel’

“In 2013, Reid used his open channel to float a proposal—not made public until now—that stunned Obama and his staff,” the report said. “Congress had just passed a funding bill for the joint Pentagon-Israel Iron Dome missile system when Reid fielded a phone call from Sheldon Adelson, the Las Vegas multibillionaire and GOP donor.”

“Obama was thrown off his guard momentarily,” the story reported. “‘What?!’ Obama asked Reid.
But when the president “regained his footing,” he said that he didn’t think private financing of munitions would set a good precedent. He asked Reid to thank Adelson but turn him down. “The idea died.”

Jan 09 16:57

Tel Aviv Attacker Executed by Security Forces; Targeted Shin Bet Agent; Father Was Palestinian Collaborator

I don’t understand why the son of the collaborator would be the one to exact revenge, unless he was ashamed of his father’s spying on behalf of the Shin Bet security forces and sought redemption through this attack.

Jan 09 16:57

US historians set to vote Saturday on anti-Israel resolution

Preparing for the 130th annual plenum, Herf asked the Israeli Embassy in Washington to address the assertions made in the resolution.
In a memo issued not for public consumption but exclusively for AHA members, the embassy denied that Israel restricts the freedom of movement for faculty, students and visitors in the West Bank as routine policy.......... It also stated that, in 2014, the IDF bombed the Islamic University in Gaza because it was being used by Hamas to stockpile, test and fire rockets at Israeli population centers.

“As historians we have neither the knowledge nor expertise to evaluate conflicting factual assertions about events in Israel, the West Bank and Gaza,” Herf wrote in a letter to his colleagues opposing the upcoming vote, which included a copy of the embassy’s memo.

Jan 09 15:41

4 charts: sell stock – buy gold

Jan 09 15:34

Russia Preparing to Launch Its Own Oil Market

By promoting its own oil benchmark to compete with Brent and West Texas crude, Russia may be able to insulate itself from manipualtions of the global oil price intended to harm its economy. Russia is hoping to launch a futures market for its oil benchmark, the Urals blend.

Jan 09 15:01

CIA Agents Cross Dress and Play Dolly to Make a Buck in Moscow (Video)

Not so secret CIA agents resort to playing dolly and dress-up in Moscow. When the terms ‘CIA’ and ‘intelligence’ come to mean an oxymoron...
Seems the latest in CIA advanced spying tactics has their agents crossdressing and playing with dolls in Moscow these days. NTV made this expose on CIA activities in Moscow after Putin personally (of course) was accused of spying on the whole planet in a golden little slush piece by Bloomberg titled ‘Brussels Break in Shines Light on Putin’s European Mischief’. And if you find that a stretch, wait until you see what the supposed big bad CIA wannabe heroes are resorting to scam a buck in Moscow. Toys R US.

Jan 09 14:59

Nearly 60% of Republicans Support Candidates Who Oppose Ousting Assad

US politics: recent polls reveal that close to 60% of Republican voters support candidates (Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, Rand Paul and Mike Huckabee) who think Assad should stay. The latest Reuters’ rolling 5-day poll (January 4, 2016) gives Trump (41.7%), Cruz, (13.2%), Paul (2.6%), and Huckabee (2.4%) for a combined 59.3%. This represents an increase over other recent Reuters polls. A CNN/ORC poll published December 23rd gave Trump and Cruz alone a combined 57% of the poll (39% and 18%, respectively). Both candidates forthrightly expressed their support for Assad in the most recent Republican presidential debate (December 15th)...

Jan 09 14:51

EPA Releases Study on Pesticides Killing Bees, Gets Sued Immediately by Beekeepers

By Claire Bernish

A new study by the Environmental Protection Agency has found evidence through a study that backs what activists and environmentalists have asserted for years: one of the most widely used neonicotinoid pesticides can, indeed, cause declines in honeybee populations. But the agency’s findings are too little, too late for many farmers and food safety advocates, who consider the EPA neglectfully responsible for widespread employment of neonicotinoids...

Jan 09 14:48

Libya: Chaos, dozens killed in terror attack

In Zliten at least 47 people have been reported killed and over 100 injured by a truck bomb which was launched against a police training facility at al-Jahfal on Thursday. The vehicle is said to have been a water transportation tanker which had been filled with explosives. DAESH attacks oil refineries. Meanwhile three days of repeated attacks by DAESH against Libya's opil refineries have caused massive fires, so serious that Libya has asked the international community to help. Nine guards have been killed and over 40 injured in attacks on the oil facilities at Ras Lanuf and Es Sider. The attacks started on Monday and continued until Wednesday. There are reports that the extremely large oil storage tanks are ablaze. The tanks are thought to contain around 450,000 barrels of oil. 30 Islamic State fighters are said to have been killed in firefights with the authorities.

Jan 09 14:45

USA incidentally sends Hellfire to Cuba

The US authorities are trying to retrieve an air-to-surface missile that was erroneously delivered to Cuba in 2014. According to Vesti.Ru, the US military command sent a Hellfire missile without a warhead to Spain for NATO exercises in 2014. After the maneuvers, the missile was delivered to Paris. Afterwards, for some unknown reason, the missile was flown to Havana aboard an Air France transport flight. It took Lockheed Martin quite a lot of time to realized that the missile had been sent to a wrong address. Currently, the State Department is trying to understand whether the case should be categorized as negligence or espionage. The US is concerned that Cuba may deliver secret technology to North Korea, China or Russia. If it was a fault of logistics, Lockheed Martin will have to be held accountable for that. Under the laws of the United States, the corporation may face a multi-million dollar fine for violating the ban on exports of military or dual-use products.

Jan 09 14:42

Russia and USA get ready for interplanetary missions at ISS

ISS astronauts intent to conduct a US-Russian "Fluid Shifts" experiment to help scientists find a way to stay in space for a long time without causing harm to health. At a joint press conference at NASA Mission Control Center in Houston, crew commander Alexei Ovchinin said that the main task of the experiment would be to collect statistical material and study the factors that show influence on the human body during a long stay in space. The results of the experiment, Ovchinin added, would give man an opportunity to fly to other planets, asteroids and return home in good shape. As astronaut Jeff Williams said, the experiment is a joint experiment of Russia and the United States. The results of the experiment will help scientists make considerable progress in preparing to long-term and long-distance travel in the solar system.

Jan 09 14:25

A Dream Come True: Europe Is Turning Away From U.S

Europe is gradually turning away from US, and soon the Old world and New world will break up. A consulting company, Eurasia Group, has published its forecast for the current year...

Jan 09 14:23

Ukrainian troops disguised as Donetsk’s militias hamper OSCE mission’s work - spokesman

"We have information that sabotage groups from the 501st separate battalion of the (Ukrainian Armed Forces’) Marine Brigade are preparing provocations against members of the OSCE mission (the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe)," the Donetsk news agency cited Basurin as saying. "We have recorded facts when these groups hampered the international monitoring mission’s work in the buffer zone, allegedly on behalf of militias." Besides, Basurin said that the so-called "elite of the Ukrainian army" were involved in looting and also exchanged fire in the neutral zone.

Jan 09 14:22

GE Tree Company ArborGen Found Guilty of Defrauding Workers, Fined $53.5M

By Kip Doyle

Biotech firm ArborGen, a leader in the research and development of genetically engineered trees (GE trees), has been fined $53.5 million in compensation and punitive damages after a court ruled that it acted to use “trickery and deceit” to “defraud” employees. The judge in the case ruled the workers had been tricked by ArborGen and their Executive staff into accepting incentive plan changes that depleted most of their wealth...

Jan 09 14:20

Not cold enough for you? Life in very north of Russia in Instagram

Yakutsk is the coldest inhabited city of its size anywhere on earth. Resting near the shores of the Lena River, one of the world’s longest, Yakutsk endures winter temperatures that average -40°C, which creates a shroud of fog that cloaks the city... Ordinarily, this time of year, temperatures drop to around -50 C. One can get used to anything. Besides, thermal underwear, a hat, down parka, gloves and fur will not allow you to perish on the frozen streets. Nevertheless, dressing for any venture outside is like dressing for a walk in open space. The cold burns physically wound your face. If you disdain ski pants, the cold, like a living creature, will cling to your legs; your jeans will freeze to your knees. Street festivals are a common occurrence, to say nothing of the fact that Yakuts love to spend their leisure time in the open air — hunting, fishing, or working outside. All in all, it’s a matter of habit.

Jan 09 14:18

Oops: How The NSA Helped Foreign Governments Spy On The US

If you still believe that the NSA is all about guarding you from terrorists, or even securing the US against foreign intelligence agencies, think again. The FBI is investigating a recent security breach, with independent researchers believing that a back door created by the NSA had allowed foreign governments to spy on US government communications.

Jan 09 14:16

New Study Highlights Big Unknowns of Public Health Harm From Fracking’s Chemical Cocktail

Add this to the body of evidence suggesting that the unconventional oil and gas extraction technique known as fracking poses risks to public health.

Jan 09 14:12

“Ethical” Co-op Bank leaves Palestinian cause in the lurch

Stuart Littlewood sees the UK Co-op Bank’s connection with one of the USA’s biggest Zionist propaganda outfits as being behind the bank’s decision to freeze or close the accounts of pro-Palestinian groups.

Jan 09 13:54

U.S Navy May Run Out of Aircraft Carriers

In 2016, the U.S Navy could face a shortage of aircraft carriers. The contributing reasons for this is likely to be the increasing tensions in the disputed waters of China, and the development of the conflict against ISIS with the anti-terrorist coalition. This was written by The National Interest with reference to the statement of retired Admiral John Harvey. According to the laws of the States, the military fleet the country needs to have is no less than 11 active aircraft carriers, but in recent years their number was reduced to ten. It happened once in 2013, the U.S. Congress approved a reduction in the number of military ships in this category to 10 after the ship "USS Enterprise" was decommissioned after 50 years of service. The discrepancy will remain until the final commissioning of the new aircraft carrier "Gerald R. Ford". Originally it was planned that the ship will go into service with the U.S.

Jan 09 13:52

CRIF weighs in about neo-nazi Azov meeting in France

The infamous paramilitary organization, Azov, which played a role in the Ukrainian "revolution," is booked to hold a meeting in Nantes on January 16th. A fact that the CRIF (Representational Council of Jewish Organizations in France) views with alarm. An openly neo-Nazi organization that meets in Nantes? And so CRIF is concerned. Shimon Samuels, Director for International Relations of the Simon Wiesenthal Center, has written a letter to the mayor of Nantes, Johanna Roland. He is troubled over the "worrying meeting" to be held Saturday, January 16 on the property of an elected official. "It is organized by militants of the Azov battalion, a Ukrainian military unit". No position on the Ukrainian conflict...

Jan 09 13:47

U.S, France Looted Oil & Gold from Libya

The U.S. Department of State has published new emails of Hillary Clinton, referring to the motives of the international intervention in Libya. The reasons for invading the country in the documents name their large gold and oil reserves, as well as the extension of French influence in the North African region... The U.S. State Department has published a series of emails that reveal the volume of gold reserves of Gaddafi. According to the documents, the reserves are so great that they could become the basis for creating a pan-African currency, which, in turn, could compete with the dollar in the region. Also, the reasons for intervention were identified as the major oil reserves of Libya and the strengthening of French influence in North Africa..."The email to Clinton is confirmed by the results of studies that began to appear after the invasion of Libya, organized by France with U.S. support. Major oil reserves of the country were the main reason for intervention.

Jan 09 13:44

Somalia Cuts Diplomaic Relations With Iran

Iranian diplomats were given 72 hours to leave the country. On Thursday, January 7, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Somalia announced the severance of diplomatic relations with Iran. The Ministry blamed the fact that Tehran is allegedly interfering in their internal affairs.

Jan 09 13:42

Crime Drama, War Department, and the Western Press

Remember that great crime drama, LAW&ORDER? I used to enjoy it...I stopped watching it when I realized it was all done to a very tight formula, and that each show was a remake of every other. Here is the formula: 1. Present something so heinous, so outrageous that the viewer is outraged and angry. 2. The viewer watches with roused interest for every step that brings the bad guy closer to justice. 3. Close it out with the villain proven, trapped, and condemned, leaving our viewers with a feeling of satisfaction. The formula works for military adventurism... Thanks to the internet, and my life’s career in languages, I am not dependent on the Western Press for who I am supposed to hate. I read news from France in French, the news from Germany in German, the news from Greece in Greek, and the news from Ukraine, Russia, and Syria in Russian.

Jan 09 13:32

How America’s Corrupt Press Are Destroying the Country

Even the best of America’s major mainstream and alternative-news media understate enormously the degree to which America’s government is corrupt; and, as a result, the public end up voting for corrupt politicians such as George W. Bush and Barack Obama, who lied through their teeth while they transferred trillions of dollars from the public to the aristocracy, who pour billions of dollars — chicken-feed for the aristocracy — into political campaigns, and into the ‘non-profit’ foundations of former Presidents.

Jan 09 13:30

Russia Starts Planning Recapture of Palmyra

“Over the past few days Russia has sent small special units and military advisors with extensive experience in mountain and desert combat [to] the area west of the city of Palmyra that is still controlled by regime forces,” All4Syria reported Wednesday. A “regime force” source told the pro-rebel website that “these units will execute command-and-consultation missions, and provide assistance and military advice to regime forces in that area.” “They will not have a classical combat nature but a very special combat nature (intelligence) – if the situation demands, and especially if absolutely necessary, Russian air-drops will be executed in that area at specific points,” All4Syria cited the source as saying... Moscow has insisted that it will not conduct ground operations in Syria, however recent reports indicate that Russia has been deploying troops to prepare for combat operations.

Jan 09 13:25

Drunk American Mercenaries Misbehaving in Mariupol

American mercenaries fighting on the side of Kiev in Donbass, are getting drunk in the bars of Mariupol and harass the locals, reported during a briefing in Donetsk the deputy commander of Donetsk Republic Ministry of Defense corps Eduard Basurin... "In the city of Mariupol, 17 private military contractors were spotted drinking at the bowling-club "Port City". Presumably, the citizens of the United States. They spoke English, had American insignia. The men exuded the most arrogant features of the American nation. After leaving the establishment this group of individuals sought to provoke the local population to an altercation. According to reports, after the New Year's holidays medical institutions of Ukraine received more than 300 Ukrainian soldiers, most of them with mental disorders and infectious diseases caused by unsanitary and inhumane conditions of living on the front line.

Jan 09 13:24

Dr. Henry Makow On Spurious White "Guilters"

"Cartoons can be more effective than articles. Spurious "guilt" is an effective mode of coercion" Henry says.

Jan 09 13:21

Defaults and Restructuring Next for Retailers

Jan 09 13:18

Syria Update: Madaya Starving From Blockade by Syrian Rebels

A Ukrainian citizen, a native of Donbass with callsign Timur reports the latest information on the situation in Syria to "Russian Spring", currently fighting for the Kurdish resistance and in charge of coordinating with the Syrian army.
Update from Timur: Supply route of the terrorists cut off in Darayya boiler, Madaya residents suffer from famine because of the militants...

Jan 09 13:16

Germany Calls for Sanctions Against Poland

The representatives of the bloc of the Christian Democratic Union/Christian Social Union (CDU/CSU) in the German Bundestag have not excluded the imposition of sanctions against Poland in connection with the new Polish media laws and the constitutional court... Andrzej Duda, signed amendments to the law on mass media, which assume the expiration of the term of office of the current members of the management Board and Supervisory boards of public television TVP and Polish radio. The Minister of Finance of Poland is entitled to appoint a new management team "before the implementation of the new organization of the state media". In addition, the Minister of Finance of Poland will be able to change the statutes of the state media to conform to the proposed amendment...

Jan 09 13:11

Wolfs of Wall Street Lose $194,000,000,000 in 2016

The top 400 richest people in the world, according to the billionaires index of Bloomberg, have lost about $194 billion during the first week of trading of 2016. The website Bloomberg Business notes that businesses were losing revenue due to weak economic statistics of China, falling oil prices and the largest collapse of the U.S. stock market. On the long time leader list, one of the founders of Microsoft , Bill Gates, lost $4.5 billion (minus 5.4%), and the second largest loser, the founder of Inditex (a major chain of clothing stores, including the brands Zara, Massimo Dutti) Amancio Ortega has lost $3.4 billion (minus 4.7 per cent). The value of Mexican Carlos Slim, who owns the largest telecommunications networks, decreased by 10.8%...

Jan 09 13:08

Erdogan Taken to Court for Having Golden Toilet Bowls

The court of first instance on Thursday ordered the President of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan to compensate the costs in the case of the "Golden toilet", wrote Today's Zaman with reference to the local media. According to the publication, in May 2015 the leader of the opposition Republican people's party (CHP) Kemal K?l?çdaro?lu stated that the 1000-room presidential Palace has golden toilet bowls...

Jan 09 12:49

Gabrielle Giffords’ gun violence prevention group ARS releases first ad of 2016

The pro-gun control group started by former Arizona Rep. Gabrielle Giffords released its first ad of the year Wednesday night, a 30-second spot that celebrates President Obama's recent executive actions.

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Bump to the top at reader request.

Jan 09 12:48


Let us start with an historical fact. Treason and betrayal by the highest levels is a common feature of history, whether it is Judas vs Jesus, Brutus vs Julius Caesar, Benedict Arnold, the Rosenbergs, Jonathan Pollard, Aldrich Ames, Robert Hanssen. It is just a fact of life. It does happen.

Back in 1996, when Bill Clinton was running for re-election, he authorized the transfer of highly sensitive technology to China. This technology had military applications and allowed China to close the gap in missile performance with the United States. The transfers were opposed and severely criticized by the Defense Department.

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Time for a repost in light of the Hillary email proving she ordered her staff to remove classification markings from a classified document, which is a felony!

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Jan 09 12:25

San Bernardino Police Abuse Victims May Get Screwed Over by Bankruptcy

One of the last straws that reportedly forced San Bernardino's hand in declaring bankruptcy was an attempt to collect settlements against the California city.

Back in 2012, when San Bernardino first declared bankruptcy (and is still, years later, trying to hammer out a path out), The (San Bernardino) Sun reported that an attorney was attempting to collect $1.4 million the city had agreed to pay in three separate settlements. The attorney's efforts covered three cases where men were killed in violent encounters with police, and the circumstances had been challenged. The city agreed to pay $525,000, $575,000, and $686,000 for the three incidents.

The problem, though, was that the city discovered that, thanks to the apparent misreporting of the city's finances for years, if the city paid these settlements, they wouldn't have any money to make the next payroll. And thus, bankruptcy happened.

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There's a good reason to fire all these Israeli police trainers and get the cops back under control!

Jan 09 12:24

Strongest Door Ever ! Police Can`t break door ! (Door Win vs Police Fail)

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As you watch this, imagine that you are trapped inside of that apartment by someone out of their minds on prescription anti-depressants who wants to slice you into tiny pieces with a dull rusty table knife, and you never bought and learned to use a firearm for self-protection because you trusted the government when they promised to protect you from violent crime!

Jan 09 12:20

The GLOBAL BUBBLE is Popping -- Dave Kranzler

Jan 09 12:06

Obama, the Crocodile Tears of a Cold Hearted Killer

Had I seen the image of Obama, weeping over American gun deaths, seven years ago, I know I would have been deeply moved. It would have reinforced my view of him then as an empathetic, bright, and progressive politician. And I did then, and do now, find America’s violence – all of it, not just the small fraction of it seen in street killings – an appalling assault on the human spirit.

Jan 09 11:18

Ted Cruze Posts FAKE Birth Certificate In A Desperate Bid To Save His Campaign

1. This is NOT a Long Form Birth Certificate.
2. This is NOT a State "Birth Certificate", it clearly states "Standard Certificate of Birth"
3. This lacks the Official Seal of the State.
4. This lacks the required copy certification.
5. Most experts are already saying this is Photoshopped Fraud.
Ted Cruz was NOT born in the United States, and was NOT born abroad on an US Military Reservation. He was born in Canada, and can never be the Republican Nominee for President.
Read more at http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=a97_1452310426#wKVQD9Qf4fiB9swi.99

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I wondered why it took Cruz so long to come up with this. But I don;t want to get into the issue of whether or not this birth certificate is real. It doesn't matter. Cruz is not a "Natural Born" US citizen. He cannot hold the office of President and should not even be running!

Jan 09 11:12

The US Has Been Giving Afghan Children Violent Books to Indoctrinate them to Jihad – It Worked

The Unites States government has played a crucial role in the development of the complex and volatile political situation that now exists in the Middle East, and they have had a heavy hand in influencing the region since the first world war. From propping up dictators to funding rebel groups for regime change, the U.S. and their allies have been creating monsters in the Middle East for generations. Western involvement in the region became more pronounced and more militarized during the Cold War, where the western allies and the Soviets fought proxy wars all over the world.

Jan 09 10:58

No Accident: Inside GM’s deadly ignition switch scandal

Other drivers had reported problems with the Cobalt—problems similar to the one Brooke had complained about. On one forum, a father posted that he refused to let his daughter drive her Cobalt after it stalled. Ken even found testimonials from people like him, family members who had lost a loved one in a crash involving a Cobalt. With each new revelation, he grew more angry.

Jan 09 10:41

Increasing Calls for Arrest of Michigan Governor as Poisoned Water Scandal Explodes

Calls for Michigan Governor Rick Snyder’s ouster — and arrest — are growing after internal emails showed that his high-level staffers were aware of lead poisoning in Flint’s public water supply six months before the administration declared a state of emergency.

Jan 09 10:33

Judicial Watch: New Benghazi Email Shows DOD Offered State Department “Forces that Could Move to Benghazi” Immediately – Specifics Blacked Out in New Document

Judicial Watch today released a new Benghazi email from then-Department of Defense Chief of Staff Jeremy Bash to State Department leadership immediately offering “forces that could move to Benghazi” during the terrorist attack on the U.S. Special Mission Compound in Benghazi, Libya on September 11, 2012. In an email sent to top Department of State officials, at 7:19 p.m. ET, only hours after the attack had begun, Bash says, “we have identified the forces that could move to Benghazi. They are spinning up as we speak.” The Obama administration redacted the details of the military forces available, oddly citing a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) exemption that allows the withholding of “deliberative process” information.

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Jan 09 10:24

Why Does Russia & Allies Prioritise Al-Qaeda Over ISIS?

The question is often asked about the reasons why Russia, Syria, Iran and “Hezbollah” attack mainly but not exclusively al-Qaeda fi bilad al-Shan (Jabhat al-Nusra) and its allies among the Syrian opposition rather than attacking the so-called “Islamic State” group, also known as “ISIS”, “ISIL”, “IS” or “Daesh”. For years, many Middle Eastern analysts consciously believed that a sort of “alliance existed between Assad and ISIS' leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi”. This sort of ignorance in Middle Eastern dynamics emanates from a long lasting “conspiracy theory” that managed to affect prestigious media worldwide...

Jan 09 10:22

Fear And Loathing in the House of Saud

In a post-Orwellian world "order" where war is peace and "moderate" jihadis get a free pass, a House of Saud oil hacienda cum beheading paradise — devoid of all civilized norms of political mediation and civil society participation — heads the UN Commission on Human Rights and fattens the US industrial-military complex to the tune of billions of dollars while merrily exporting demented Wahhabi/Salafi-jihadism from MENA (Middle East-Northern Africa) to Europe and from the Caucasus to East Asia.
And yet major trouble looms. Erratic King Salman's move of appointing his son, the supremely arrogant and supremely ignorant Prince Mohammad bin Salman to number two in the line of succession has been contested even among Wahhabi hardliners.

But don't count on petrodollar-controlled Arab media to tell the story.

Jan 09 10:17

Smoking Gun: Email Suggests Hillary Broke Law

The latest batch of Hillary Clinton emails released by the State Department early Friday contain what may be the smoking gun that forces the Justice Department to charge the former secretary of state with a crime, according to former federal prosecutor Joseph diGenova.

“This is gigantic,” said diGenova. “She caused to be removed a classified marking and then had it transmitted in an unencrypted manner. That is a felony. The removal of the classified marking is a federal crime. It is the same thing to order someone to do it as if she had done it herself.”

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You look good in Orange, Hillary. The color suits you! :)

Jan 09 10:17

Number of refugees arriving in Germany is still too high - Merkel

According to the German Interior Ministry, nearly 1.1 million refugees were registered in Germany in 2015, more than 400,000 of them from Syria. The Interior Ministry said that 1,091,894 people in total were registered between January and December. Syrians were by far the biggest single group, accounting for 428,468 people. They were followed by Afghans, 154,046 of whom were registered, and 121,662 Iraqis. Germany has seen more refugees and other migrants arrive than any other European country. In the early part of 2015, that included large numbers of people from Balkan countries who have very little chance of winning asylum. The fourth-and fifth-biggest groups of asylum-seekers last year came from Albania and Kosovo.

Jan 09 10:16

US creating new units to combat terrorist propaganda - White House

"Today the US Government is announcing new initiatives to improve our international and domestic efforts to counter violent extremism. The Department of Homeland Security and the Department of Justice will announce the establishment of the Countering Violent Extremism Task Force, a new organization that will integrate and harmonize domestic CVE efforts here at home." "The State Department will establish the Global Engagement Centre, which will allow us to place an intensified focus on empowering and enabling the voices of international partners, governmental and non-governmental, and shift away from direct messaging," Price said. The US State department press service reported that the new Centre will be headed by Michael D. Lumpkin who "currently serves as Assistant Secretary of Defence for Special Operations/Low-Intensity Conflict, a Senate-confirmed position he has held since late 2013. In this role, Mr.

Jan 09 10:14

As Its CEO Continues To Claim It Doesn't Throttle, T-Mobile Spokesperson Confirms Company Throttles

The T-Mobile throttling saga is getting worse. Their PR people have totally stopped responding to me after I pointed out how they were lying about their claims to be "optimizing" video when they were really throttling. And then the company's CEO, John Legere insisted that claims that T-Mobile was "throttling" were bullshit (and then, bizarrely attacked EFF).

Jan 09 10:14

No One Wants Shares in Saudis' Secretive, Overvalued & Corrupt Oil

Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has indicated that an IPO float could be made immediately following a review of the business, scheduled to be completed within the next several months.
However, not everyone is so blinded by the company's monster valuation potential to the point of ignoring some potentially important pitfalls. In their analysis of the possible IPO offer, Britain's The Guardian suggested, citing financial analysts, "that the Saudis could underestimate Western concerns about Aramco's traditional secrecy and the impact of falling oil prices."
Oil Pump Jack
Saudi Arabia Selling Oil Cheap to Europe to Compete With Iran
Fadel Gheit, an oil analyst at the New York-based Oppenheimer & Co. retail brokerage firm, told the newspaper that despite the enormous possibilities for Aramco's IPO, it could be difficult for Saudi Arabia to reach a significant floatation given the company's traditional low levels of transparency.

Jan 09 10:13

Attack on Hurghada hotel robbery attempt, not terror act - Tourism Ministry

"In any case, such incidents can have extremely negative consequences for the Egyptian tourism and nullify all the efforts of the authorities to attract foreign tourists to the country," he said.
A group of Islamists from the supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood association that is banned in Egypt hurled lit flares and fired from shotguns on Friday at a bus with Israeli tourists at the entrance to the Three Pyramids Hotel. Nobody was hurt then. The Egyptian authorities said the attack was "a criminal offense" and not a terrorist attack.

Jan 09 10:12

Power plant hit by shelling in Libya's Benghazi

A major power plant in the eastern Libyan city of Benghazi has been attacked by militants, an army commander and a plant employee said on Saturday.
The employee said the shelling started late on Friday evening and continued into the morning, shutting down one of the plant's units and starting a fire that sent black smoke billowing into the sky.

Jan 09 10:10

Crosses at Christian cemetery in Israel destroyed

Vandals have destroyed dozens of crosses at a Christian cemetery west of Jerusalem, the Latin Patriarchate in the city said Saturday, urging Israeli authorities to bring the culprits to justice.

The church did not say who was behind the desecration but in recent years there have been a spate of hate crimes targeting churches and Christian cemeteries, with the perpetrators believed to be Jewish extremists.

Jan 09 10:10

46 Months Of Accelerating Deflation Mean Beijing Is Now Trapped

It may be Saturday, but there is no rest for the onslaught of negative data from China, which overnight reported the latest, December, consumer and producer price inflation numbers, with the former printing at 1.6% Y/Y, matching consensus estimates, and a tiny increase from the 1.5% in November: the modest pick up was due to one-time items, primarily vegetable prices. For all of 2015, CPI rose 1.4%, down from 2.0% in 2014, and the slowest annual increase since 2009 and well below Beijing's goal of keeping last year's inflation below 3%.

Jan 09 10:09

Why Germany can't face the truth about migrant sex attacks: SUE REID finds a nation in denial as a wave of horrific attacks is reported across Europe

The exquisite sound of Cologne’s cathedral choir drifted out into the cool night air of the city’s main square on Wednesday evening. A Holy mass, celebrating the visit of the Wise Men to Jesus's cribside, was packed with worshippers marking the 12th day of Christmas in this fiercely Christian part of Germany.

As the service ended and families poured out onto the pavement, an 18-year-old German girl called Michelle stood under bright arc lights nearby giving an interview to a television crew.

She and a group of friends had been sexually attacked in the same cathedral square by gangs of marauding men a few days before, on New Year’s Eve. The girls were chased, cornered and intimately groped before their mobiles and wallets were stolen.

‘The men were all foreigners, and when we protested, in German, they did not understand us,’ said Michelle during the interview.

Jan 09 10:08

Live Feed of the PEGIDA (Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamisation of the West) Protests

German police have used water cannons to disperse PEGIDA demonstrators in Cologne. The anti-immigration movement were rallying against a rash of assaults on women, blamed on migrants in the city on New Year’s Eve.

Over a thousand supporters of the far-right movement took part in the protest in the center of the western German city on Saturday. They chanted “expulsion,” while waving German flags and other banners inscribed with slogans such as “Rapefugees not welcome.”

(live video feed)

Jan 09 10:08

Terror in Cologne - Germany becoming a failed state

The nightly terror in Cologne which left hundreds of women and man
threatened to death, humiliated robbed and sexually harrassed is leading
to the next stage of escalation in Germany's refugee crisis. In reality
this crisis is about German stupidity and criminal political

Jan 09 10:07

Thousands Flood The Streets In Germany As Fury Over Refugee Sex Assaults Reaches Boiling Point

Over the last several days, more information has come to light with regard to the wave of sexual assaults that occurred across Europe on New Year’s Eve.

What some observers initially assumed was an set of isolated attacks in Cologne’s city center now appears to have been a bloc-wide phenomenon as women from Austria, to Switzerland, to Finland come forward to report being accosted by what some police say were gangs of drunken Mid-East asylum seekers.

“In Sweden, police said at least 15 young women reported being groped by groups of men on New Year's Eve in the city of Kalmar,” AP reports, adding that “in Finland, police said they received tip-offs on New Year's Eve that about 1,000 predominantly Iraqi asylum seekers were intending to gather near the main railway station in Helsinki and harass passing women.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The issue of refugee settlement, coupled with what some women have had to endure in these situations, hard going to push European politics hard right for quite some time.

Jan 09 10:06

Russia’s Military Transport Aviation makes more than 280 sorties in Syria in 2015

"Crews of Il-76 and An-124 ‘Ruslan’ aircraft made more than 280 sorties and transported 13,750 tons of cargoes in the framework of preparing infrastructure at the Hmeimim airbase on the territory of the Syrian Arab Republic," Klimov said adding that Military Transport Aviation (MTA) became the best command in Russia’s Aerospace Defense Forces last year. According to the spokesman, average flight hours of a military transport aviation’s crew commander stood at more than 170, while for young pilots the number exceeded 200 hours on average. Total flight hours of the Military Transport Aviation stood at more than 50,000 hours.

Jan 09 10:04

Syrian government to take part in talks with opposition in Geneva - foreign minister

The Syrian government is "ready to take part in consultations in Geneva within a fixed timeframe," Foreign Minister Walid Muallem said on Saturday. Muallem earlier held a meeting with UN special envoy for Syrian Staffan de Mistura where they discussed preparations for intra-Syrian talks planned for January 25. The Syrian foreign minister reminded that Damascus is waiting for the United Nations Organization to provide "a list of delegation members from the opposition and a list of terrorist organizations." "The success of political settlement in Syria depends on honesty in implementing UN Security Council resolutions that deal with fighting against terrorism," Muallem stressed. "The countries that sponsor armed groups should strictly adhere to their commitments to stop supporting terrorirsts," he said.

Jan 09 10:02

Moscow condemns attacks on foreign tourists in Hurghada - Russia’s foreign ministry

Moscow has condemned an attack on foreign tourists in a hotel in Egypt’s resort of Hurghada. On Friday, two men, armed with knives, attacked foreign tourists at the Bella Vista hotel. "They stabbed two Austrian nationals and one Swedish, according to received information," the foreign ministry said. "All the injured have been hospitalised. The Egyptian police said that one assailant was shot dead during a police operation and the other was detained." "As is known, there are not any ‘organised’ Russian tourists in Egypt at the moment," it said.

Jan 09 09:54

Saudi-Iranian Spat: Another Skirmish in the Oil War

Saudi Arabia is a beheading paradise. But this PR nightmare is the least of all problems in an oil crisis. Once again, the heart of the matter is – what else – black gold.

So far, the House of Saud’s whole energy strategy has boiled down to shaving off its oil production no matter what it takes, even issuing bonds to cover its massive deficits.

Now the strategy has been moved one step ahead via a flagrant provocation: the execution of Shiite cleric Nimr al-Nimr.

The House of Saud believes that by stoking the flames of a Riyadh-Tehran confrontation it may raise the fear factor in the oil supply sphere, leading to higher oil prices (which it needs), while maintaining the Holy Wahhabi Grail of keeping imminent Iranian oil off the market.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

That window of 6 months is very telling in this article; but because of the steps Putin has taken to revitalize the Russian economy, I frankly don't think that the US government can actually destroy the Russian economy in that time frame.

Unfortunately, should this strategy be seen as failing by the US government, it appears that war against Russia may well be inevitable.

Jan 09 09:46

DPR defense ministry: Ukrainian forces violate ceasefire regime 6 times over last 24 hours

"The enemy fired six mortar mines and four more mines from automatic grenade launchers," Donetsk News Agency quoted Basurin as saying. He added that Ukrainian snipers opened fire at the Zaytsevo settlement near Gorlovka. "In the morning, this settlement was shelled, and three residential houses were damaged," Basurin said. A source in DPR law enforcement said earlier today that Kiev forces shelled Zaytsevo in the afternoon injuring one woman... over the last weeks DPR defense ministry registered the growing number of shellings near Gorlovka and in Donetsk’s northern and western outskirts. Deputy Chief Monitor of the Special Monitoring Mission of the OSCE Alexander Hug said that Donetsk’s outskirts and Gorlovka remain the "hot spots" on the contact line in Donbass.

Jan 09 09:37

Nebraska Is Torturing Incarcerated Youth for Having Too Many Books, Passing Notes

By Carey Wedler

A report released by the Nebraska American Civil Liberties Union this week reveals the state’s extensive use of solitary confinement for children across multiple juvenile detention centers. Solitary confinement is considered a form of torture by the U.N., and in recent years, has been outlawed and scaled back in the United States. In Nebraska, however, children are being forced into isolation for offenses as minor as having too many books or passing notes...

Jan 09 09:35

At least 1,340 Clinton emails now known to contain classified material

At least 1,340 emails that Hillary Clinton sent or received contained classified material, according to the State Department’s latest update from its ongoing review of more than 30,000 emails.

The State Department released a new batch of 3,007 pages of Clinton’s emails after 1:30 a.m. Friday in response to a court order. Of those, 66 contain classified information.

None of Clinton’’s emails was marked as classified during her tenure, State Department officials say, but intelligence officials say some material was clearly classified at the time. Her aides also sent and received classified information.

Jan 09 09:29

Brilliant 7-minute Ken O’Keefe video: Be responsible for creating a better world. Open your eyes and speak-up

*hyperlinks/videos live at source*

hat tips: Zen Gardner, World Citizen Solutions


The year 2016 opens on Earth’s ongoing tragic-comedy: a world dominated by ongoing vicious .01% psychopathic quest for empire. What.01% “leaders” do with Emperor’s New Clothes obvious crimes:

Unlawful and lie-began wars.
Crimes Against Humanity for ongoing intentional policy of poverty that’s killed over 400 million human beings just since 1995 (~75% children; more deaths than from all wars in Earth’s recorded history).
So-called “money” that is actually debt that creates accelerating and unpayable total debt. The .01% hide ~$30 trillion in tax havens.
Destruction of nearly all rights lawfully guaranteed in the US Bill of Rights within the US Constitution, and in Orwellian inversion of limited government.
“Covering the crimes” with lies by corporate media.

Jan 09 09:23

Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) Confirms: Rebels Used Chemical Weapons – not Assad

The Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) has confirmed the traces of the sarin gas used in Syria are not linked with the Syrian government’s former stockpile of chemical weapons. The report corroborates the Syrian government’s assertions that the faction responsible for the chemical attack, as well as 11 other instances of chemical weapons use, was the Syrian opposition.

The report also substantiates last month’s claims from Ahmed al-Gaddafi al-Qahsi, cousin of Muammar Gaddafi, who said that the chemical weapons used in the incident had been stolen from Libya and later smuggled into Syria via Turkey by militants.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

So, the US government lied to its own people and the world when they accused Al-Assad of using sarin gas on his own people, and wanted to "sell" that as the excuse to invade Syria.

This is why, every time any representative of the US government makes a statement, it is most probably a lie to sell the American people an agenda, the most commonly more war.

Jan 09 09:17

Glyphosate, Disease and Chemical Brain Drain

Questions and Answers about Pesticides
R. Mason MB ChB FRCA
Farm Wars
Question: Surely you can’t blame the ills of the NHS on glyphosate?
Answer: Yes, in fact you probably can. Glyphosate is a man-made amino-acid, which mimics the essential amino acid glycine and takes over many of its functions. Glycine helps to detoxify foreign proteins, promotes gluconeogenesis (making new glucose from amino acids) from the liver and kidney, goes into the bone marrow, helps to make collagen and is a neurotransmitter.

Jan 09 09:11


Here is another round of Saturday cartoons from Snippits. Enjoy!!! :-)

Jan 09 09:09


With a never-ending supply of such unstoppable human weaponry at your disposal, wouldn't you, as the head of "Al Qaeda" -- "Al Nusra" -- "ISIS" -- "ISIL" -- "Khorasan" -- "Boku Haram" -- or pick your favorite "jihadist" bunch of bogeymen of the month -- want to take out the western political big shots that you profess to hate so much? Think about it; a suicide bomber or suicide shooter can get to anybody. No Prime Minister, no President, no Senator, no Congressman, no Parliamentarian, no King, no Pope, no Secretary of State or Foreign Minister would be safe from a suicidal fanatic who cares not if he gets killed or is captured on the spot. And yet: thankfully, this has not happened. Why not?

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Do you kill the guy signing your paychecks?

Jan 09 09:07

Oklahoma hit with 70 quakes in a week. Earthquakes have been linked to oil and gas activity for more than five decades, but in recent years the rate of tremors has shot up across the United States in areas where drilling and waste from the production occu

A swarm of more than 70 small earthquakes has rattled Oklahoma in the past week, raising concerns that the state’s quake problem is getting worse.

The largest quake measured magnitude-4.8 and struck around midnight Wednesday near the town of Fairview. No significant damage has been reported, although it shook pictures and crockery.

Jan 09 09:07

Officer who held gun to man's head sentenced to 5 years in prison

A former Prince George’s County police officer sentenced to five years in prison Friday for putting a gun to a Maryland man’s head said in a recorded jailhouse phone call that the victim should be the one to apologize for the incident.

Jan 09 09:06

We Are the Human Shields of the Political Class

The sheer pervasiveness of “soft targets” can be unnerving if thought about long enough. They are everywhere, from schools, coffee shops, movie theaters, dance recitals, concerts, the list is endless. Lambs for the slaughter for any nut job with the will and the way. How would it be possible for government to protect soft targets? The simple answer is that there is no way for our government to keep us safe from terrorism. They could try to transform society into a prison (a goal that government seems to earnestly strive for), each inmate walled off from the other, but even that wouldn’t prevent violence. But it’s plain that government doesn’t really care about soft targets to begin with. If they did, they would cease the bombing and occupation overseas, as well as severing ties with governments who oppress neighboring countries, i.e. Israel and Saudi Arabia, the actions that cause the hatred that lead to gunmen storming a concert hall.

Jan 09 09:02

Europe in crisis over sex attacks by migrants amid calls for emergency EU meeting

Europe was in crisis on Friday night as mounting fury over sex attacks by Middle Eastern and North African migrants threatened to divide the continent east from west.
Political tensions caused by allowing more than one million migrants to enter Europe in 2015 boiled over on Friday, as leaders from central and eastern countries announced the death of liberal Europe and called for the continent to seal its borders.

Jan 09 09:02

UK weather: Worst winter in more than 50 years forecast with warnings cold could last until March

Temperatures are set to drop to as low as -13C as Arctic winds hit the country this weekend

Jan 09 08:57

Karl Barth taught us not to use religion to mask the stench of war

In the midst of the carnage of the first world war in Germany, the great Protestant theologian argued that Christianity involves more than inner morality and being a ‘good person’.

It will be a century this coming summer that the great Protestant theologian Karl Barth began his revolutionary commentary on St Paul’s Epistle to the Romans. A quiet and studious man of simple tastes, Barth was an unlikely revolutionary. He listened to Mozart, smoked his pipe and read the paper: “Theology is done with the Bible in one hand and the newspaper in the other,” he said.

Germany had sacralised the culture-state complex, and by so doing, had come to worship something other than God: the military-industrial complex. Something Barth called Woden, the Nordic God of war.

Jan 09 08:53

Clinton Email Hints that Oil an Gold Were Behind Regime Change In Libya

On New Year’s Eve, 3,000 emails from Hillary Clinton’s private email server were released.

One of them confirms – an email dated April 2, 2011 to Clinton from her close confidante Sidney Blumenthal – that:

Qaddafi’s government holds 143 tons of gold, and a similar amount in silver.


This gold was accumulated prior to the current rebellion and was intended to be used to establish a pan-African currency based on the Libyan golden Dinar. This plan was designed to provide the Francophone African Countries with an alternative to the French. franc (CFA).

(Source Comment [This is in the original declassified email, and is not a comment added by us]: According to knowledgeable individuals this quantity of gold and silver is valued at more than $7 billion. French intelligence officers discovered this plan shortly after the current rebellion began, and this was one of the factors that influenced President Nicolas Sarkozy’s decision to commit France to the attack on Libya.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Sarkozy called Libya's Gold Dinar a "threat to the financial security of mankind." And that was the real reason Libya was destroyed and Gaddafi killed.

Jan 09 08:50

Edward Archer: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

1. Archer Is Accused of Firing 13 Bullets From a Stolen Police Gun at Officer Jesse Hartnett
Authorities have not commented on a possible motive for the shooting with the FBI now assisting the investigation. Fox Philadelphia reports that police believe the gun used to attack Hartnett was a stolen police weapon. The gun was taken from the home of an officer in a 2013 robbery, reports the Philadelphia Inquirer.
2. Archer’s Mother Says Her Son Has Been ‘Hearing Voices in His Head’
3. Archer Was Wounded 3 Times in the Attack
4. Hartnett Is a Coast Guard Veteran
5. Philly’s Police Commissioner Called the Shooting ‘Absolutely Evil’

(*How long is the waiting period and what kind of background check to get a stolen gun?
This is why people are saying enforce the laws we have..punish crap out of guys like this. Uses a stolen gun so you need to investigate me further when I try to buy one?)

Jan 09 08:48

Media quiet as Saudi-led coalition bombs center for the blind in Yemen — along with wedding halls and hospitals

Centers for the blind can now be added to the list of civilian areas bombed by the Saudi-led coalition in Yemen — along with wedding halls, hospitals, residential neighborhoods and humanitarian aid warehouses.

The U.S.-backed coalition bombed the al-Noor Center for Care and Rehabilitation of the Blind in Yemen’s capital city Sanaa on Tuesday morning, U.N. officials confirmed to VICE News. The Saudi-led coalition also hit Yemen’s chamber of commerce and a wedding hall.

Fighting broke out in Yemen, the poorest country in the Middle East, in March. A coalition of Middle Eastern nations and militants loyal to President Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi, led by Saudi Arabia and armed by the U.S., is combating Houthi rebels and militants loyal to former President Ali Abdullah Saleh.

Human rights organizations have accused the coalition of war crimes for targeting civilian areas.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

It is painfully apparent that Obama is struggling to keep up with his war criminal predecessors in the Bush Administration, by supporting the targeting of civilian sites in Yemen.

I am amazed he has not had the US military to order the Saudi military to carpet bomb the country and level it flat!!!

But if hostilities extend up to the point of one year since the initial engagement began, you may find him doing just that.

Saudi revenues are being exhausted in this war, and the low oil prices have knocked their economy in the teeth, so it is debatable as to how much longer they can continue with this conflict.

Jan 09 08:47

Amazon customer complains, finds 10-inch dildo in his shopping basket

On a fateful day in October 2015, Pedro—an IT contractor living in Ireland—was surfing Amazon.de for a specialised textbook he needed for a new extracurricular art class. He found the book, ordered it, but was disappointed when it arrived. The listing had said that the book was the current edition, but Amazon sent Pedro the previous edition.

Pedro got in touch with customer service to see about getting the proper version. A few days later, Amazon told Pedro that it had ultimately failed to find the right version of the textbook and that he should instead return the book for a full refund.

Pedro, who by this point had spent a long time looking for the correct version of the book and then more time waiting while Amazon looked for the book in its warehouse, wasn't happy with the overall shopping experience. He made his displeasure known by providing negative feedback on a customer satisfaction survey, and he figured that was the end of it.

Jan 09 08:46

Op-ed: This is why people hate Airbnb

In the wake of New Year's weekend, the news seemed inevitable. Some high school kids faked their identities on Airbnb, rented a nice couple's house in Oakland, California, and absolutely trashed the place during a giant party. It was yet another dark tale about the company, which seems poised to overtake Uber in the contest to become the most successful service that generates reams of bad publicity.

Jan 09 08:43

Airbnb unveils ‘Israeli’ vacation rentals in illegal West Bank settlements

Fancy a vacation with breathtaking views of the Holy Land? Airbnb will let you rent out luxurious cottages atop barren hilltops, making no mention of the fact that they are located in settlements on occupied land.

Jan 09 08:40

America Supports the Islamic State, Provides Advanced Weapons to ISIS Terrorists: Iraqi MP

Clear evidence shows Washington uses ISIS and other terrorist groups as imperial foot soldiers in Syria, Iraq and elsewhere. Its so-called war on terror is a complete hoax, the media perpetuating the myth.

Jan 09 08:39

Autopsy finds black inmate’s death in Denver jail was a homicide

A black Denver County jail inmate died last year after choking on his own vomit while being restrained by six sheriff’s deputies during a psychotic episode, autopsy results showed on Friday, in what was deemed a homicide.

The death came at a time of heightened scrutiny of law enforcement given numerous high-profile police killings and in-custody deaths of black men across the country, sparking waves of protests since mid-2014.

Jan 09 08:38

Commander: US-Led Warplanes Destroy 80 Percent of Ramadi

"The US-led coalition has destroyed 80 percent of Ramadi city," the Arabic-language service of Sputnik news agency quoted al-Nouri as saying on Saturday.

He described the destruction of Ramadi a tragedy, and said, "The scenario for the destruction of the Kurdish city of Kobani in Northern Syria is being repeated in Ramadi again."

Al-Nouri complained that the US-led warplanes destroy a building completely to hunt down just an ISIL sniper.

In relevant remarks on December 24, another commander of the Iraqi volunteer forces disclosed the US plots to evacuate ISIL leaders from Ramadi city as Iraqi army and popular troops were completing victory over the terrorist group.

"The delay in operations to liberate Ramadi and Fallujah cities in al-Anbar province is the result of the US interference," Commander of Imam Khamenei Battalion Haidar al-Hosseini al-Ardavi told FNA.

Jan 09 08:37

Empire of Porn and Perversion

The 55-year-old Ms Gold boasts, “I have empowered women in the bedroom,” referring to the sad fact that she has managed to persuade 2.5 million sexually frustrated British women to buy her company’s Rampant Rabbit vibrators each year, making her the 16th richest woman in Britain and a darling of the British political establishment.

Jan 09 08:36

Saudi Arabia Executed a Nonviolent Shiite Cleric – It’s Going To Cost Them Big

Unfortunately, sectarian temperatures inside Saudi Arabia and neighboring countries have reached a boiling point. Low oil prices, inflated budgets, an expensive war in Yemen (which is costing the kingdom $6 billion per month), and Riyadh’s commitment to propping up the Egyptian military regime in Cairo are causing the kingdom’s coffers to rapidly drain. By executing al-Nimr, the Saudis have knowingly made a decision that will escalate these costly proxy wars, which Riyadh won’t be able to finance indefinitely.

Over time, the people of Saudi Arabia may come to realize that their biggest enemies aren’t nonviolent Shiite clerics or political activists advocating democratic reform and gender equality. The real threat to their long-term security stems from an autocratic and reactionary monarchy that’s increasingly angering and offending a growing number of Muslims, regional governments, and human rights activists all over the globe.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I am hoping that the growing enmity between Saudi Arabia and Iran will not lead to a military confrontation.

This would see the US government falling in behind Saudi Arabia, and the Russian government falling in behind Iran; and how long that war would remain a "proxy war" is anyone's guess.

Unfortunately, just because a move would be the the most pig-headedly, ham-fistedly stupid thing the US government could do, is absolutely no guarantee that it won't do it.

And war with Russia right now does definitely fall under this category of activities.

Jan 09 08:36

Turkish police arrest pro-Kurdish opposition politicians in raid on HDP party HQ

Turkish police have raided an Istanbul office of the pro-Kurdish opposition party HDP and arbitrarily detained several senior officials, party officials said. The arrests come as President Erdogan called for legal action against the party’s members.

Jan 09 08:35

German police fire water cannons at PEGIDA protesters in Cologne

German police have used water cannons to disperse PEGIDA demonstrators in Cologne. The anti-immigration movement were rallying against a rash of assaults on women, blamed on migrants in the city on New Year’s Eve.

Hundreds of supporters of the far-right movement took part in the protest in the center of the western German city on Saturday. They chanted “expulsion,” while waving German flags and other banners inscribed with slogans such as “Rapefugees not welcome.”

Jan 09 08:35

Protesters set Kosovo govt HQ on fire over deal with Serbia

Kosovo's government HQ has caught fire after anti-government protesters threw Molotov cocktails at the building. Police used tear gas to disperse protesters, who rallied against the government’s EU-mediated agreements with Serbia.

Jan 09 08:31

Mark Weber: Holocaust Deceit

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The reasons for this grand and long-running deception are explained HERE!

Jan 09 08:25

Turkey Warns US of Growing Syria Kurdish Territory in Aleppo

Every time the Kurdish YPG makes gains in northern Syria, usually at the expense of ISIS, the US ends up in an awkward position, cheering an ally for gains against ISIS, but also facing a backlash from neighboring Turkey, who objects to the Kurdish growth.

This is continuing again this week, with Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Gen. Joseph Dunford being warned that Turkey believes the Kurds are creating a “corridor” in Aleppo Province, from ISIS-held Jarabulus to al-Qaeda-held Azaz, and that Turkey won’t tolerate this.

Turkey has long declared the Euphrates River a “red line,” and warned the Kurds must never cross it. But with both the US and Russia backing YPG advances against Islamists, they eventually did. Turkish officials are inconsolable about it.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

So, what is Turkey actually prepared to DO about this, declare war with Russia?!?

Because that is what this will come to, all threats aside, if Turkey decides to take military action against the Kurds in Syria, which could well involve Turkey invoking NATO's Article 5.

Jan 09 08:25

SPIELBERG LAWSUIT .Irene Weisberg Zisblatt, Caught on Tape Lying About The holocaust

Hunt, 25, who was convicted last year in the attack on Wiesel in San Francisco in 2007, claims Zisblatt's new book "The Fifth Diamond: The Story of Irene Weisberg Zisblatt" is a fraud, according to the Sun-Sentinel.The lawsuit, filed on Oct. 6 in Broward Circuit Court, alleges that "Zisblatt blatantly stole other Jewish people's experiences during World War II and passed them off as her own in order to further the Jewish political agenda and profit off of these fantastical tales."Hunt, who is representing himself in the suit, adds that "the defendants must not go unpunished for tormenting Gentiles and instilling hatred in Jews using such hideous lies."Zisblatt appeared in Spielberg's 1998 documentary "The Last Days."

Jan 09 08:15

Where Were the Post-Hebdo Free Speech Crusaders as France Spent the Last Year Crushing Free Speech?

It’s been almost one year since millions of people — led by the world’s most repressive tyrants — marched in Paris ostensibly in favor of free speech. Since then, the French government — which led the way trumpeting the vital importance of free speech in the wake of the Charlie Hebdo killings — has repeatedly prosecuted people for the political views they expressed, and otherwise exploited terrorism fears to crush civil liberties generally. It has done so with barely a peep of protest from most of those throughout the West who waved free speech flags in support of Charlie Hebdo cartoonists.

Jan 09 08:15

World's Richest Lose $194 Billion In First Trading Week of 2016

The world’s 400 richest people lost almost $194 billion this week as world stock markets began the year with a shudder on poor economic data in China and falling oil prices.

Jan 09 08:14

Murdered Holistic Doctors Discovered Cancer-Causing Enzyme Being Added to All Vaccines

So apparently the holistic doctors who were all being killed in FL had found out via their research that the nagalase enzyme protein is INTENTIONALLY being added to the population via immunizations. Nagalase STOPS vitamin D from binding to the Gc protein. This completely strips a human being’s body of it’s natural ability to kill cancer cells.

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"Governing is choosing. Governing is prioritizing! We have to give you all cancer so that you will spend money on treatments, and that is good for the economy, which is far more important than you are! Sheesh; don't you people understand anything?!?" -- Official White Horse Souse

Jan 09 08:14

At least 231 children abused at Catholic boys’ choir run by Pope Benedict’s brother

The Domspatzen, a 1,000-year-old choir in Regensburg, Bavaria, was dragged into the massive sexual abuse scandal plaguing the Catholic Church in 2010, when allegations of assaults that took place several decades ago went public.

Jan 09 08:09


Iranians have held fresh rallies across the country, including the capital Tehran, to condemn Saudi Arabia’s execution of prominent cleric, Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr.

Thousands of people marched through Tehran following the Friday Prayers amid tensions between Iran and Saudi Arabia over the past week.

The demonstrators chanted slogans against the United States, Israel and Saudi Arabia and condemned the Al Saudi regime’s crimes, including the killing of Sheikh Nimr.

Some of the protesters carried placards with the picture of the prominent cleric who was executed in Saudi Arabia along with 46 others on January 2 for terrorism-related charges.

Nimr’s execution was widely censured by Muslims and human rights activists around the globe as well as different governments.

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A memo to the Iranian government: certain elements in the US government, the Saudi government, and the Israeli government would LOVE to see you attempt to respond militarily to this assassination; please have the common sense to not do this.

Jan 09 08:02

Four charged in violent Pine County home invasion

Four adults remain in custody after a violent crime spree in northern Pine County last month that included an armed assault on two residents, ransacking their house and stealing their car.

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The police were not present to prevent the crime. Had the residents been allowed to have guns, the crimes would not have happened.

Jan 09 07:59

Report: Netanyahu to lead effort in thwarting Obama bid for UN chief

According to the Kuwaiti newspaper 'Al-Jarida,' Israeli leader will rally moderate Arabs to sabotage Obama plan to succeed Ban Ki-moon.

Jan 09 07:58

Alleged assault with bat sends man to hospital

Officers responded to a call in reference to an assault on Middle Street on Dec. 26. The victim, a 42-year-old man, told police he had been in a verbal dispute with a 31-year-old Hawk Court man.

The victim said when he tried to run away, the Hawk Court man chased him down and struck him multiple times in the arm and leg with a bat.

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