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October 6, 2015

Oct 06 11:08

6 Reasons Why Russia Cares So Much About Syria

By Brandon Turbeville

As the potential for direct military confrontation between the United States/NATO and Russia in Syria escalates by the day, the vast majority of Americans have little clue why the Russians would have ever become involved in the crisis to begin with. Undoubtedly, most of them believe what they are told through the mainstream media – that Russia is yet again acting aggressively in its plans for total world domination and the establishment of the Fourth Reich.

Oct 06 11:06

Italy to join US-led bombings of Iraq

It has been reported that Italy was planning to join the US-led bombings of Iraq. According to Italian newspaper Corrierre della Sera, Italy will start bombing terrorists in Iraq in the next few hours. Italy will launch the operation only after all the details are coordinated with the US command.
It was the Iraqi government that asked Italy to intervene and e bomb the terrorists, the newspaper wrote. Italy had previously sent several Tornado fighter jets to Kuwait. It was originally reported that the aircraft would be used for reconnaissance activity only. The international coalition led by the United States has recently announced its intention to intensify its military actions in Syria.

Oct 06 11:03

All car companies cheat on emissions tests—it’s just that most do it legally

It’s not just Volkswagen. For years, emissions from cars built by almost every major manufacturer have been higher out on the road than when tested in labs.

In fact, the average gap between real-world emissions and official test results has been growing. A new report by the International Council on Clean Transportation, the research group that first flagged suspicious emissions patterns at Volkswagen, found that under normal conditions the average carbon-dioxide emissions for passenger cars are some 40% higher than the official amounts certified by European lab tests. In 2001, the gap was less than 10%.

Oct 06 10:55

Trump Just Blasted Hillary With A 2-Sentence Uppercut So Hard Bill Probably Felt It

Oct 06 10:54

WaPo: Hillary kept her friends close, and her Clinton Foundation donors closer

Hamburger reports that Clinton Foundation donors got an unusual level of access to the State Department’s highest echelons, raising more questions about conflicts of interest and corruption:

Oct 06 10:53

Hillary Clinton kept in touch with key donors, emails show

The note to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton from liberal financier George Soros demanded “urgent attention from the highest levels of the U.S. government.” Clinton swiftly alerted a top aide to what she described as a “very forceful message which is good — and needed.”

The email exchange, in which Soros warned of growing unrest in Albania, illustrates how Clinton interacted with major donors to her family's causes during her tenure at the State Department, staying in touch with her political network before her 2016 run for the Democratic presidential nomination. And the messages show how these donors, some of them with interests before the federal government, gained high-level access to press policy concerns inside the Clinton-led State Department.

Oct 06 10:53

Russian jets hit 12 ISIS targets in Syria, cause panic among extremists – Defense Ministry

Russian jets hit 12 Islamic State targets in the course of nearly 20 combat flights carried out in Syria on Tuesday, the Defense Ministry said. Command centers and training camps were destroyed in the attacks which threw the extremists into panic.

"Su-34, Su-24M and Su-25 have launched air strikes on 12 objects of logistic infrastructure, command posts, training camps and facilities of militants belonging to terrorist groups allied with Islamic State [IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL],” Igor Konashenkov, Russia’s Defense Ministry spokesman said in a statement on Tuesday.

The Russian jets destroyed an Islamic State army munitions plant outside Damascus as well as two command centers in Deir ez-Zor, according to the ministry’s statement. In the Idlib Governorate, a training camp for IS militants was eliminated, while several IS strongholds came under attack where ammunition depots were blown up.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Looks as though Russia's military, in barely a week, has really got ISIS on the ropes.

And now the government of Iraq has called for direct Russian military intervention against the terrorists in their country!!

Oct 06 10:52

Hillary Clinton's First National TV Ad Slams GOP Over Benghazi, Email Scandals

According to the voiceover, McCarthy said that "the committee investigating Benghazi and Clinton's emails was created to destroy her candidacy."

Oct 06 10:51

State Dept. tells Hillary Clinton to search for more emails

The State Department has instructed former Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton go back to her Internet companies and try to recover email messages from any personal email accounts that she used during her time in government, saying it appears she didn’t turn over all of her documents.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Which means Hillary committed perjury before Congress.

Oct 06 10:46

“Lithium Love”: Was Oregon Gunman on Psychiatric Meds Linked to Violence?

The revelation that Umpqua Community College shooter Chris Mercer used the screen name “lithium love,” along with other references to prescription medication, strongly suggests that the gunman was taking psychiatric drugs that have been linked to violent outbursts.

As the Oregonian reports, “There are a number of indications that Harper-Mercer had mental health or behavioral issues. His screen name on some social media sites was “lithium love.” Lithium is used as a psychiatric medication.”

Lithium is used to enhance the effect of SSRI drugs, a number of which, “have also been linked to increase risk for violent, even homicidal behavior,” reports Time.

On one of his Facebook posts, Mercer also made reference to a number of different prescription drugs he was taking.

“I have a pill bottle with like five types of pills mixed in. I don’t know which ones are the sleep aids, so I just took four of each,” wrote Mercer.

Oct 06 10:44

Calif. Gov. Jerry Brown signs into law 'end of life' bill

California Gov. Edmund "Jerry" Brown said Monday he signed into law a bill that would allow terminally ill people to request drugs from a doctor to end their own life. In a signing letter, Brown said he consulted with Catholic bishops and doctors, and reflected upon his own death. "I do not know what I would do if I were dying in prolonged and excruciating pain," Brown wrote. "I am certain, however, that it would be a comfort to be able to consider the options afforded by this bill. And I wouldn't deny that right to others."

Oct 06 10:43

Hillary Clinton Readies Oppo-Research to Go to War Against Joe Biden

If Joe Biden jumps into the Democratic primary, Hillary Clinton will be ready to go on the offensive. According to a Clinton campaign source, a team of opposition researchers working on behalf of Clinton is currently digging through Biden’s long record in office to develop attack lines in case the vice-president runs.

The oppo-research project reveals how seriously Clintonworld is taking the prospect of a Biden candidacy. So far, Clinton hasn’t taken any direct shots at Biden herself. But behind the scenes, her loyalists are making moves to blunt Biden's campaign should he run. "Even implicitly his campaign’s argument would be ‘I have integrity and you don’t,'" a Clinton ally said.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Integrity and Hillary Clinton, have absolutely never been in the same zip code; on the same planet; or in the same, or even a parallel, universe!!

Oct 06 10:42

Ukraine’s parliament legalizes foreign mercenaries in country

An explanatory note for the document says the goal is to "increase the Armed Forces combat capability and reduce Ukraine’s human and financial losses resulting from combat actions in eastern Ukraine." Ukrainian lawmakers expressed confidence that after foreigners receive a legal possibility to serve in the country’s army, the country will get experienced and motivated units of up to 1,000 people. Ukraine will be able to reduce the need to mobilize Ukrainian citizens and to cut the expenses for social benefits to the participants of the combat actions, handicapped people and families of victims. Earlier in the day, Ukrainian MPs adopted in the first reading a draft law easing procedures to gain the country’s citizenship for foreigners serving in the Ukrainian army. Two simplified procedures for granting the Ukrainian citizenship have been proposed. The first procedure envisages that the foreigners will need to live three years in Ukraine instead of five years.

Oct 06 10:38

British business pressing Cameron to step up preparations for EU referendum — media

British Prime Minister said that referendum on UK’s membership in the European Union will be held until the end of 2017. However, some British media say that voting may be held already in 2016. Cameron supports remaining part of EU. Business is pressing UK Prime Minister David Cameron "to accelerate plans for an EU referendum", The Financial Times reported on Tuesday. "Simon Walker, director-general of the Institute of Directors, called for a plebiscite in 2016 and said there was ‘at least a 50-50 possibility’ that voters would vote to leave the bloc, an assessment shared by some cabinet ministers," FT said. This leaves chances for Great Britain to remain part of the European Union. However, taking into consideration growing eurosceptic sentiment, delay in the referendum may lead to the victory of supporters of UK’s independent course. "The prime minister’s negotiating team are still aiming to secure EU reforms and call an early referendum.

Oct 06 10:34

British veterans to arrive in Sevastopol despite UK Foreign Office’s warning

Three British veterans of World War II Arctic convoys are due to arrive in the key Crimean port city of Sevastopol on Tuesday despite the earlier warning of the UK Foreign Office. During the trip, which is part of their week-long visit to the Black Sea Peninsula, the veterans will go to the memorial places of the Crimean War (1853-1856) and the Great Patriotic War (1941-1945) and meet with the city governor Sergey Menaylo. The travellers will also visit the capital Simferopol, Livadia Palace - location of the 1945 Yalta conference - and meet Russian veterans and sailors. Sevastopol's Deputy Governor Alexander Reshetnikov thanked the British nationals during a video link-up for being not afraid of coming to Crimea despite the warning of their government. "I will not comment on the reaction of the UK on your visit to Crimea. Let it be on their conscience. I will just say that Russia is proud by heroes!

Oct 06 10:31

Lawmaker says Russia’s ground operation in Syria is out of the question

Russia’s competent authorities counter the penetration to the Middle East, in particular to Syria, of Russian nationals who intend to take part in the fighting on either side, Chairman of the State Duma Defense Committee, former commander of the Russian Black Sea Fleet Vladimir Komoedov told reporters on Tuesday. "As for possible attempts by Russian citizens, for the sake of money or proceeding from their ideological views, to penetrate into the territory of Syria, Iraq, Libya and other countries in the region engulfed in turmoil and military conflicts through the fault of the "far-sighted" policy of the United States and to take part in the hostilities on this or that side, the Russian competent authorities, according to the information I have, do their utmost to prevent them. And this is the right thing to do," he said. Komoedov noted that "Russia’s ground operation in Syria was out of the question." "This has been stated clearly," he added.

Oct 06 10:27

Luxembourg ready to set up financial platform for operations in rubles

Luxembourg is ready to set up a financial platform for operations in rubles, according to the documents prepared to the meeting of Russian President Vladimir Putin and Prime Minister of Luxemburg Xavier Bettel. Earlier the Luxemburg side proposed to set up a specialized fund under the auspices of the Moscow government at Luxemburg’s financial platform, to create parallel and cross funds in Moscow and Luxembourg with participation of Russian and international capital, to more actively use advantages of Luxembourg-based listing and bond issuance, to carry out mutually supportive operations on Luxembourg and Moscow bourses, the document said.

Oct 06 10:22

MP: Election postponement demonstrates Donbas commitment to Minsk accords

Postponement of elections in Ukraine’s Donbas until 2016 is fully in line with the Paris agreements of the Normandy Four leaders and demonstrates a will of the self-proclaimed people’s republics of Donetsk and Luhansk (DPR and LPR) to implement the Minsk agreements, a top Russian parliamentarian from the State Duma lower house told reporters on Tuesday. Earlier on Tuesday, DPR and LPR envoys to the Contact Group on Ukraine, Denis Pushilin and Vladislav Deinego, said in a statement that their republics agreed to postpone local elections from October 18 and November 1 until next year, but they demanded Kiev’s full compliance with the Minsk agreements. They said Kiev should comply with the political points of the Minsk agreements on a special status for Donbas and an amnesty for "participants in events on the territory of the Donetsk and Luhansk regions".

Oct 06 10:20

Russian Defense Ministry disproves media reports about Russian airstrikes in Palmira

The foreign media reports alleging that Russian planes have made airstrikes on Syria’s Palmira city are untrue, Russian Defense Ministry spokesman Major General Igor Konashenkov said on Tuesday. A number of foreign media outlets reported previously with reference to an anonymous military source in Syria that Russian planes allegedly delivered airstrikes on Palmira that is occupied by militants of the outlawed in Russia Islamic State organization. "All foreign media reports suggesting that Russian planes have allegedly launched airstrikes on the city of Palmira are totally untrue," he said.

Oct 06 10:17

Hillary: I'm the Most Transparent Person in American History

Oct 06 10:17

US should attempt to disarm Russians in Syria: Brzezinski

US foreign policy expert Zbigniew Brzezinski says the United States should retaliate if Russia does not stop bombing its assets in Syria.

Brzezinski, the national security adviser for former President Jimmy Carter, advised President Barack Obama to attempt to disarm the Russians if they keep attacking the CIA-trained militants in Syria.

"The Russian naval and air presences in Syria are vulnerable, isolated geographically from their homeland," Brzezinski wrote in an article published by the Financial Times on Sunday. "They could be 'disarmed' if they persist in provoking the US."

"But, better still, Russia might be persuaded to act with the US in seeking a wider accommodation to a regional problem that transcends the interests of a single state," he added.

A new US intelligence assessment has found Russia has targeted militant groups backed by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) in Syria.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

OK, that does it: Zbigniew Brzezinski has just lost his reality licence, and absolutely should NOT be advising the US government on how to carry our its foreign policy.

I would like to politely remind Dr. Brzezinski that Russia was invited by the Syrian government to rid it of the plague of ISIS and other extremists, threatening the Al-Assad government; the US government has NOT been invited to do this, and should not do anything provocative at this point.

Unfortunately, just because an action is the most pig-headedly, ham-fistedly stupid move the US government could make, is absolutely no guarantee that it will not do so.

Military action against Russia would be a disaster for the US government, and for several reasons. It does not have the money, the manufacturing, or the troop strength to ensure a positive outcome to a conventional war against Russia.

Additionally, there is a tacit understanding between Russia's weapons and aircraft makers that when these items are deployed in the field, they work precisely as advertised, or even better than advertised, unlike here in the US.

Oct 06 10:16

The 500 largest American companies hold more than $2.1 trillion in accumulated profits offshore to avoid U.S. taxes and would collectively owe an estimated $620 billion in U.S. taxes if they repatriated the funds

The 500 largest American companies hold more than $2.1 trillion in accumulated profits offshore to avoid U.S. taxes and would collectively owe an estimated $620 billion in U.S. taxes if they repatriated the funds, according to a study released on Tuesday.

Oct 06 10:16

The unemployment rate is falling, but the share of Americans working keeps falling too

If you judge by the unemployment rate, America's labor market seems pretty healthy. Today the Labor Department released new statistics showing that just 5.1 percent of Americans are unemployed. That's unchanged from the previous month and down from more than 10 percent in the depths of the last recession.

Oct 06 10:15

Russian emergencies ministry offers flood assistance to France, US

"Emergencies minister Vladimir Puchkov sent on Tuesday official messages to Interior Minister of France Bernard Cazaneuve and US Administrator of the Federal Emergency Management Agency Craig Fugate, expressing condolence in connection with the loss of lives in floods and offering assistance in overcoming their aftermath," a ministry representative said. "We are ready to offer any necessary assistance and support," the minister said in his letter.
According to updated reports, 19 people were killed after violent storms and severe flooding hit the French Riviera on Sunday. As much as two monthly norms of rain inundated the coastal zone of about 40 kilometers between the cities of Mandelieu-la-Napoule and Nice, where local mountain rivers broke their banks. The flood caused huge material damage, destroying homes, disrupting transport communication and electricity supply.

Oct 06 10:13

Afghanistan needs Russia’s military-technical assistance to combat terrorism — senator

According to the senator, the Afghan parliamentarians "fully supported Russia’s actions in Syria." They also voiced concern over the intensification of terrorist activities in the Middle East. "Our Afghan counterparts asked Russia to provide military and technical assistance," Morozov said. "Today they ask for help and support from Russia in military equipment, ammunition, helicopters stressing that terrorists would not have succeeded in Kunduz, if the Afghan military had helicopters," he added.

Oct 06 10:11

Kiev violates ceasefire three times over past 24 hours — DPR Defense Ministry

"The Ukrainian army has violated the ceasefire regime three times over the past day," the Donetsk News Agency quoted the ministry as saying in a statement. According to the Defense ministry, the inhabited locality of Zaytsevo and the Donetsk Airport came under fire from 82-millimeter and 120-millimeter mortars. Besides, the Ukrainian army opened fire on the village of Spartak in a Donetsk suburb from light arms.

Oct 06 10:09

ISIS so weakened by Russian airstrikes and desertion it could be destroyed in HOURS

Western and more recently Russian airstrikes, chaotic leadership and mass defections have weakened the jihadi group to such an extent that it would be unable to repel even a small invasion force.

A terror analyst told Express.co.uk that the fanatics have vastly exaggerated their military strength and called on Western leaders to launch a co-ordinated fightback which would obliterate the hate group.

Dr Afzal Ashraf said ISIS has become its own worst enemy with its campaign of terror against the West, which has prompted an international backlash.

Oct 06 10:08

Are Russian Air Strikes Really Hitting ISIS Hard? Michael Rivero - October 5, 2015


Oct 06 10:06

US May Accelerate Rise of China's Renminbi by Playing With Debt Ceiling

By playing with the debt ceiling Washington may accelerate the rise of a bipolar monetary order, American economist Samuel Rines notes, considering China's renminbi a "realistic" threat to the dollar.

The US should be cautious about playing with the debt ceiling, Samuel Rines, an economist with Chilton Capital Management in Houston, notes, elaborating that it increases the risk of an accidental default.

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Oct 06 10:06

US Stands as Sole UN State Refusing to Ratify Child Rights Convention

After Somalia ratified the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) last week, the United States remains the only UN member country that has not ratified this treaty, which aims to protect the world’s most vulnerable.

Oct 06 10:05

UN Trusts US to Investigate Itself, Will Hold Off on Kunduz Bombing Probe

The United Nations on Monday said it would hold off on deciding whether to support an independent investigation into a deadly air strike on a hospital in Afghanistan until it sees results from US, NATO and Afghan inquiries.

Oct 06 10:05

Syria Ground War Imminent? U.S. Accuses Russia Of Launching Syrian Land Campaign

While the US was been surprised and angered by the stunningly fast turn of events in Syria where in the span of less than a month Russia unleashed a massive, Syria-based airborne campaign against what it says are ISIS terrorists, even as the US accuses Putin of targeting "moderate rebels", it has had little recourse in accusing Putin of violating Syrian sovereignty: after all Russia is the only nation that Syria has officially invited to eradicate the "terrorist threat" that is ISIS.

Oct 06 10:04

Putin has sent the feared Spetsnaz special forces into Syria to bail out Assad

The move is a blow to Britain and America’s mission to wipe out ISIS but maintain an opposition to brutal dictator President Bashar al-Assad

Oct 06 10:04

Saudi opposition clerics make sectarian call to jihad in Syria

Dozens of Islamist Saudi Arabian clerics have called on Arab and Muslim countries to "give all moral, material, political and military" support to what they term a jihad, or holy war, against Syria's government and its Iranian and Russian backers.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

US asking Saudi Arabia to play proxy in Syria, like they are doing in Yemen.

Oct 06 09:59

Neutrality Act of 1794

The Neutrality Act of 1794 makes it illegal for an American to wage war against any country at peace with the United States. The Act declares in part:[1]
“ If any person shall within the territory or jurisdiction of the United States begin or set on foot or provide or prepare the means for any military expedition or enterprise...against the territory or dominions of any foreign prince or state of whom the United States was at peace that person would be guilty of a misdemeanour ”

The act also forbids foreign war vessels to outfit in American waters and sets a three-mile territorial limit at sea.[2]

The act was amended several times and remains in force.

Oct 06 09:57

Russia ready to consider Iraqi request for airstrikes – Upper House speaker

Russia would consider an Air Force operation against ISIS in Iraq if that country’s authorities make such a request, Federation Council speaker Valentina Matviyenko told reporters, adding that Russia’s only interest was in defeating ISIS.

Oct 06 09:57

FLASHBACK - How Israel Hid Its Secret Nuclear Weapons Program

An exclusive look inside newly declassified documents shows how Israel blocked U.S. efforts to uncover its secret nuclear reactor.

Oct 06 09:56

Fed Plan is Print Money Until System Blows

Financial writer and analyst Bix Weir is not surprised by the Federal Reserve’s policies because it is all part of the long term plan. Weir explains, “The goal, since we went off the gold standard in 1971, has been to run the financial system as long and as hard as possible, sucking up all the benefits of fiat money, and there are very few attempts to slow this mess down. The idea is to put as much money as you can . . . until you have printed so much money the system implodes. This was a Nobel Prize winning paper in the 1960’s called “On the Road to the Golden Age.” It basically says if you have this freedom and flexibility with the monetary system, run it as hard as you can until people stop accepting the unbacked fiat money, then crash the system and go back to something safe and sound after it all blows up. . . .

Oct 06 09:55

Merkel ridiculed by German media over immigration policy.

Oct 06 09:54

Russia To The Rescue

As Russia comes to the rescue of Syria, the Americans grind their teeth with rage, wondering how they can sabotage Russia’s rescue mission.

Oct 06 09:52

Where Did Obama Really Go to School? And What Is Really Happening in Syria?

When the Russian foreign minister announced that the US refused to identify any contacts that could be made with a so-called “moderate” opposition, it became clear that the US cannot name them because they do not exist– any more than they did in Iraq or Libya.

Distracting the public with talks about cooperation and adamant declarations that Putin must abandon Assad before the US Empire can approve Russian participation is clearly a tactic for buying time until a Plan B can be implemented.

Oct 06 09:49

Rabbi Boteach: US Jewry Doesn't Do Enough to Protect Israel

"Does American Jewry do enough to protect Israel? No, of course not.

"If American Jewry did enough then the Iran deal would not have passed - we were not united against the Iran deal," he asserted.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

So Israel is now blaming the American Jews for Netanyahu's failure to control the Congress. It just may be that American Jews realize they are AMERICAN Jews and not slaves of Israel living in foreign nations they are under an obligation to subvert. Maybe all Jews everywhere have come to understand that it is the actions of the government of Israel, not anti-Semitism, that poses the greatest danger to their continued safety and prosperity!

Oct 06 09:49

Doctors Without Borders airstrike: US alters story for fourth time in four days

US special operations forces – not their Afghan allies – called in the deadly airstrike on the Doctors Without Borders hospital in Kunduz, the US commander has conceded.

Shortly before General John Campbell, the commander of the US and Nato war in Afghanistan, testified to a Senate panel, the president of Doctors Without Borders – also known as Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) – said the US and Afghanistan had made an “admission of a war crime”.


Campbell did not explain whether the procedures to launch the airstrike took into account the GPS coordinates of the MSF field hospital, which its president, Joanne Liu, said were “regularly shared” with US, coalition and Afghan military officers and civilian officials, “as recently as Tuesday 29 September”.

Oct 06 09:45

Steady Stream of Cargo-Laden Russian Warships Flowing South Through Bosporus

If it floats, it’s coming out into the Mediterranean. What we’re in store for may well be a world war of biblical proportion.

Oct 06 09:41

terrorists of the Islamic states are hiding from Russian air raids and in mosques

Terrorists in Syria are beginning to be saved from attack aerospace power Russia running away and hiding in mosques, told reporters after a meeting with military attaches of several countries Deputy Defense Minister Anatoly Antonov RF.

"We have information that the terrorists hiding in mosques. We have data, video data and terrorists conceal their technique in addition to mosques, "- he said.

"Knowing how we handled sensitively and respectfully treat the mosques, they know very well: we never, under any circumstances, we will not attack religious and non-military facilities" - said Russian deputy defense minister.

Russian soldiers carefully checked intelligence before carry out an air strike on the Islamic state in Syria, said Antonov.

Oct 06 09:40

Trump and Sanders blowing pundits' minds

Events in both the Republican and Democratic presidential races have outstripped the ability of political strategists and journalists to understand them. Faced with the continued dominance of Donald Trump and the undeniable strength of Bernie Sanders, many in the political commentariat have tried to stuff a series of baffling events into familiar interpretive constructs. It's not working.

It's probably fair to say that every — not most, every — Republican strategist in Washington believes Trump will fade, or perhaps blow up, or in any event will not be the GOP nominee. Everything in their experience tells them he won't last. Which has led to the extraordinary scenario of a frontrunner being asked repeatedly under what circumstances would he drop out of the race.

Oct 06 09:38

US Peace Memorial Foundation 2016 Speaking Tour

We are putting together a speaking tour for next year. If you belong to a group that is likely to be supportive of our mission, please suggest that they invite me to speak on the topic: "Changing Our War Culture By Honoring Those Who Stand For Peace."

Oct 06 09:35

Top U.S. general in Afghanistan: Hospital was ‘mistakenly struck’

Gen. John F. Campbell, the commander of U.S. and allied forces in Afghanistan, told lawmakers on Tuesday that the American air attack that killed at least 22 people at a hospital in northern Afghanistan were not intended to hit medical staff or patients.

“A hospital was mistakenly struck,” Campbell said in testimony before the Senate Armed Services Committee. “We would never intentionally target a protected medical facility.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"...mistakenly struck.", MY ASTROLABE!!

The US and NATO have been in bloody Afghanistan for 15 years, and you didn't have the GPS coordinates for one of the few functioning hospitals in the country?!? Please, sir, give the American public and the world a brake. Let me give you some relatively current examples of this kind of behaviour on the part of the US military.

As of February of this year, the US military has extrajudicially assassinated 2,500 people in multiple countries


-The US government continues to enable the Saudis in their bombardments of schools and hospitals in Yemen.


The US government enables Ukraine to rain cluster bombs on Donetsk


The US government has enabled Ukraine to bomb targets like hospitals and schools in Donbass


So, PLEASE, General Campbell, do NOT attempt to paint this as a "mistake"; the US military wanted Doctors without Borders OUT of Afghanistan, and this multiple assassination of patients and staff seemed the most reasonable way of doing it, then taking cover in plausible deniability by blaming the Taliban's presence for the bombing.

This is more than simple "collateral damage", and won't wash, sir; and unfortunately, the bombing of alleged "protected areas" and the assassination of the innocent have become as American as apple pie for the US military, and the countries it enables with its military might, such as Saudi Arabia; Bahrain; and Ukraine.

On the day the hospital was bombed, the excuse was that the Taliban was shooting from it; so it didn't sound like a "mistake" back then.

Oct 06 09:30

7 Natural Cancer Cures That Have Been Buried by the FDA, AMA and CDC

The AMA once paid a cancer virus researcher $250K to retire in Mexico and stop working on natural cures.

Oct 06 09:29

NYU Prof: Fight climate change with hormone treatments on small children, 'closes the growth plates'

Interviewed on the Sunrise Weekend morning show, NYU Professor Matthew Liao promotes hormone treatments on children 'when their small' to close their 'growth plates' and thus stunt child growth. Professor Liao says this helps fight climate change since 'larger people consume more energy than smaller people.'

Oct 06 09:28


Oct 06 09:28


Toxic gases and lava billowed from the top of the Bardarbunga volcano for nearly six months last year in the biggest Icelandic eruption for two centuries. In this time, the volcano spewed enough lava to cover an area the size of Manhattan -- and three times as much toxic gas than all man-made sources in Europe, according to new research.

The eruption started in August, 2014, and continued until February, 2015. At points, the volcano expelled as much as 120 kilotons of gases a day, eight times the rate of all European industry.

What's more surprising -- or concerning -- is that an even bigger eruption could be on the way.

Oct 06 09:28


The Western Media has been going viral over the past few days over terrorist murders of Israelis.

What about the murders of Palestinians? That you won’t read about in the West ….

Below are the latest reports from the Palestinian Press (Click on links below the photos)

Oct 06 09:27

The EPA Closed the Lab That Might Have Caught VW Years Ago

ore than 20 years ago, an engineer at the Environmental Protection Agency invented a device that allows technicians to measure the emissions of a car as it is traveling in the real world.

Had the device, then known as ROVER, been used by the EPA to screen cars, it would have detected Volkswagen’s cheating long ago, former engineers for the EPA said.

But the Alexandria, Va., lab where the testing device was developed was closed by the EPA about 2001, and the contractors who worked there were laid off. The pilot program that used the new devices to test cars for emissions compliance on the road did not continue, officials said.

“When this all came out in the news about VW, my first thought was, ‘Wow, we could have been all over this,’?” said John Lux, testing manager at the lab.

Oct 06 09:27

‘No opposition ready to lead Syria now’ – US Intel ex-Chief

Since Russia launched its air strikes against Islamic State last week, it’s been widely accused of bombing areas where the terror group has no presence.

Oct 06 09:27

FLASHBACK - Rivero challenges the NSA

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The dictatorship is demanding open access to all of our communications "to protect us from terrorists." This is nonsense. They really want to make sure we are not thinking those double-plus ungood thoughts about the government, steal our business secrets, and load up their whacking-off libraries with naked pictures of our spouses and children! And the claim that spying on law-abiding Americans will let the government find terrorists is nonsense, firstly because we now know that the big terrorist groups such as ISIS and al Qaeda actually work for the US Government, and second, as we demonstrated in this article, creating new systems of encryption which can defeat the NSA is actually rather easy.

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Oct 06 09:25

SMOKING GUN: Active Shooter Drills Charleston S.C. Day of Shooting. Resistance Journals Special Report!

What are the chances that the government (DHS) would be doing an “Active Shooter Drill,” in the same exact town, on the same exact day that a mass shooting takes place? The answer? Quite frankly, almost NONE. No chance.

Furthermore, Jeff Giles from Major Mind job, asked the same question I did as well, which was “what are the chances a State Senator would die in a mass shooting?” According to Jeff Giles numbers, 1 in 1.3 trillion.

Oct 06 09:23

Snowden: US, UK Spies 'Want to Own Your Phone'

merican and British spy agencies have been aggressively developing tools to hack smartphones, government leaker Edward Snowden told BBC’s “Panorama” in an interview aired Monday night.

But intelligence officials aren’t necessarily interested in monitoring private communications on the phone. They want to use the device to take photos or eavesdrop.

"They want to own your phone instead of you,” Snowden said.

And smartphone owners have “very little” they can do to stop these officials from cracking their device.

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Oct 06 09:22

I thought he was going to shoot me.’ Unsuspecting middle school students terrified by active shooter drill.

Police officers in Florida surprised students, teachers and parents Thursday with an active shooter drill. And by “active shooter drill,” we mean that a Winter Haven middle school went into lockdown as two armed police officers burst into classrooms, guns drawn, leaving the unsuspecting children terrified — and their parents furious.

Oct 06 09:22

The Thousand Year Rainfall Fallacy

Every time we get a big rain in the US, climate morons start claiming it was a 1,000 year event

So what are they doing wrong?

Your odds of winning the lottery are very small, but the odds of someone winning the lottery are quite high. What these geniuses are doing is conflating the odds of one individual station getting a 20 inch rain, with the odds of any station getting a 20 inch rain.

Big rains are not rare in the US. Alvin, Texas got 43 inches of rain in one day in 1979.

We heard exactly the same 1,000 year nonsense after the 20 inch rains of 2013 in Colorado, but Colorado got 24 inches of rain in six hours in 1935.

Oct 06 09:22

Carly Fiorina Just Doesn't "Get It" on Torture

arly Fiorina has to be the most completely clueless Republican running for president, at least when it comes to intelligence policy. Fiorina disingenuously told Yahoo News last week that waterboarding and other CIA torture techniques “kept our country safe” in the aftermath of the September 11 attacks.

She went on to justify these violations of U.S. and international law by saying, “I believe that all of the evidence is very clear – that waterboarding was used in a very small handful of cases and was supervised by medical personnel … and I also believe that waterboarding was used when there was no other way to get information that was necessary.”

There are so many things wrong with this asinine statement that I don’t know where to begin.

Oct 06 09:21

Hillary Clinton wants to hold gun manufacturers liable for crimes

Using Clinton's logic here, maybe we should also hold knife manufacturers liable for stabbings. And allow Wal-Mart to be sued for selling the knife too.

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Hillary wants to sue gun makers for the crimes committed with their guns. But the pharmaceutical industry that made the drugs that drove these mass shooters crazy are protected, and you cannot sue them if their vaccines the government forces you to take cause you permanent harm!

Oct 06 09:20

Fake Blood and Blanks: Schools Stage Active Shooter Drills

HMMMM!!! The"shooter" in Oregon was listed as a member of the stage crew at one of the colleges drama productions.

TROY, Mo.—In a cramped, carpeted amphitheater in the basement of Troy Buchanan High School, 69 students are waiting to die.

“You’ll know when it pops off,” says Robert Bowen, the school’s campus police officer. “If you get engaged with one of the shooters, you’ll know it.”

“When you get shot, you need to close your fingers and keep ‘em in,” adds Tammy Kozinski, the drama teacher. “When the bad guy and the police come through, they’ll step all over you, and who will be saying they’re sorry?”

“Nobody!” the students cry in unison.

Oct 06 09:00

What The World’s Biggest Money Managers Are Thinking Right Now: “Holy Crap!” by Mac Slavo

While stability is a major talking point of the Federal Reserve and US government officials, those who are in the know understand that the economy is teetering on complete and utter disaster. Job losses continue to mount, stocks are swinging wildly and foreign creditors have begun divesting themselves of U.S. dollar-denominated assets.

What is China going to do? That’s really the question.

Remember, one-third of all U.S. Treasury notes are owned by China. They’ve sold 12% of their holdings.

The Chinese are not stupid. How come no one is talking about this?

… You’re looking for what the guys managing money are thinking. And that’s what I’m thinking. I’m thinking, “Holy crap!”

If somebody blew out 15% of a position and they own one-third of the stock, you want to pay attention, right?

Oct 06 08:58

‘No Borders’ Activist Gang Raped By Migrants, Pressured Into Silence To Not ‘Damage Cause’

A young, female ‘No Borders’ activist working in a migrant camp on the France-Italy border remained silent about her gang rape by Sudanese migrants for over a month because “the others asked me to keep quiet.”

Colleagues are alleged to have said that reporting the crime would set back their struggle for a borderless world.

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Oct 06 08:58

The Daily Show's Trevor Noah has a weirdly bad piece about pro-lifers and guns

On Monday, The Daily Show's Trevor Noah asked why the pro-life movement won't support gun control measures that could save tens of thousands of lives.

Oct 06 08:58

For 40 years, no one knew this woman discovered a malaria cure. Now she's won a Nobel.

Yesterday, Tu Youyou became one of three scientists to win this year's Nobel Prize for medicine for her discovery of what has become a standard antimalarial treatment, artemisinin. But, remarkably, the public had no idea about Tu's lifesaving achievement until just four years ago.

Oct 06 08:54

Britain’s Secret State And The Widespread Use Of Torture

The last British prisoner in Guantanamo Bay has claimed that Britain knew flawed evidence, used to justify the Iraq War, had been obtained under torture – and said his lengthy detention was a result of fears that he would go on the record if released.

Oct 06 08:52

World's Largest Sovereign Wealth Fund Is Forced To Begin Liquidating Assets

One of the biggest stories of this summer, as previewed originally here in November of 2014, has been the dramatic shift in the direction of capital flow from toward emerging markets (and China), to away from emerging markets (and China). The reason for this has been the double whammy of the soaring dollar, and the collapse in oil prices which as we said one year ago, would lead to the first negative global petrodollar export balance in 18 years...

... a topic which the IIF finally picked up and expanded on last week when it likewise calculated that capital outflows from emerging markets are on track to exceed inflows this year for the first time since 1988.

Oct 06 08:42

What Washington Isn’t Saying About the TPP ‘Victory’

Manuel Pérez-Rocha, policy analyst at Institute for Policy Studies, says that the stated purpose of the agreement — to eliminate tariffs — has distracted people.

Oct 06 08:42

No Joke: Apple Tries to Patent Smart Ring

How exactly a smart ring would benefit a user is unclear, but its utility may improve significantly if Microsoft supplies a version of Office and Adobe supplies Photoshop. The tiny screen would likely enable complex graphics editing of images that are roughly four pixels square (we might coin the term ultra-low definition, or ULD), and input would involve use of the thumb for precision targeting. Reading might involve up to two or three characters at a time on the display, enabling users to consume one tweet about every three or four minutes.

Oct 06 08:33

Ukraine War Deserters: 16,000 Troops Abandoned Military Since Conflict Began, Kiev Official Says

About 16,000 Ukrainian troops, some with their weapons, have deserted from the country’s armed forces since the war in the Donbass region of the country erupted in April 2014, according to figures offered Monday by Kiev’s chief military prosecutor, Anatoly Matios. Despite relative calm across east Ukraine, the Ukrainian military are continuing to build forces to combat future attacks by Russian-backed rebels and possibly retake the Donetsk and Luhansk regions.

Oct 06 08:33

3 Palestinian youths killed by Israeli forces in 24 hours

Three Palestinian teenagers, including a 13-year-old Palestinian boy, have been killed in West Bank clashes with Israeli soldiers in the past 24 hours. More than 450 Palestinians have also been injured in the violence.

Oct 06 08:30

Brzezinski: Obama should retaliate if Russia doesn't stop attacking U.S. assets

The United States should threaten to retaliate if Russia does not stop attacking U.S. assets in Syria, former national security adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski wrote in a Financial Times op-ed published Sunday, urging "strategic boldness," with American credibility in the Middle East and the region itself at stake.

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Here's your rifle, Zbigniew...

Oct 06 08:29

FDA is anti-science? FDA memo shows that female libido pill was approved for political reasons, despite medical and scientific objections

A libido-boosting pill by the name of Addyi, which has been dubbed the "female Viagra," is set to hit the U.S. market in October 2015. Don't be so quick to think this is a good thing; although the pill, which is made by Sprout Pharmaceuticals, Inc. and chemically known as flibanserin, has been approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), several health questions surrounding the drug's benefits and risks are still looming.

That's right. It has been given the thumbs-up by the FDA despite the fact that the powers that be aren't entirely sure about the effect it has on women other than the fact that it's been shown to boost sexual desire - and even then, it has only been shown to provide "meaningful" help for about ten percent more patients than those taking a placebo.

Oct 06 08:29

Turkey and America support Armenian genocide in Syria; Armenian volunteers support Assad and Putin

The Armenian diaspora is collecting humanitarian aid and recruiting volunteers to help Syria around the world. In the coming days 127 volunteers are supposed to travel to the Syrian city of Homs, including members of the Armenian diaspora from Poland, USA, Uzbekistan, Ukraine, France and other countries, told "RG" the head of the international movement "NAR" (New Armenia), Amram Petrosyan.

- We have already sent letters with information about our initiative to the President of Armenia, Serzh Sargsyan, and to the Global Armenian Congress, and asked for a blessing for our work from the catholicos, - said Petrosyan.

According to him, the initiative stirred a great response among Armenians worldwide. "Letters are coming from everywhere, among people willing to go to help in Syria - doctors, lawyers, artists".

Oct 06 08:28

Israel relaxes live-fire rules against Palestinian stone-throwers

Prime minister Binyamin Netanyahu pushes through tough rules allowing Israeli forces to fire live .22 rounds during protests

Oct 06 08:27

Obama’s Syria Strategy: ‘Scrambling’ and ‘Desperate’ as Putin Takes Charge

I mentioned realities the Obama administration can’t or won’t accept. For the moment I count five:

• The united front Putin urged on Obama is up and running as we speak. A week ago the Iraqi military command announced that Baghdad would begin sharing intelligence in the fight against ISIS with Tehran, Moscow, and Damascus. Once again, the White House was left “scrambling,” as a report in The New York Times put it.

• Washington complains that Russian bombers aren’t hitting ISIS. But the stated mission is to keep Assad from falling, and the targets appear to be those most directly threatening Damascus. Is there a surprise here? Equally, should Moscow discriminate against one group of Islamists from another, given that “moderates” in this war long ago proved a figment of the CIA’s ever-fertile imagination?

Oct 06 08:27

Roundup causes cancer: Monsanto hid evidence for 40 years while lying to and defrauding Americans, FOIA documents show

An independent research scientist by the name of Anthony Samsel procured some 15,000 pages worth of documents from Monsanto covering the full gamut of research on Roundup, the most widely used herbicide in the world, and the information contained in those pages isn't pretty. In essence, Monsanto has known full well for nearly 40 years that Roundup and glyphosate are linked to organ damage and cancer, and yet this information was withheld from public purview as "proprietary trade secrets."

Oct 06 08:27

Woman reporter is left screaming in agony after Israeli police hit her in the face with stun grenade – then bravely returns to air swaddled in bandages

A female TV reporter whose face was burned by a stun grenade during a protest in Israel has bravely returned to work.

Hana Mahameed was reporting on clashes between Israeli police and Palestinian demonstrators in east Jerusalem when the grenade – fired by the authorities – went off near her head yesterday.

Images on social media later showed her back in front of the camera for Lebanon-based TV station al-Mayadeen, with bandages covering the burns on her face.

She was reporting on the death of Palestinian teenager Fadi Alloun, who was shot dead by police after he stabbed an Israeli boy on Sunday.

Oct 06 08:24


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Here are some points you need to keep in mind.

1. Executive orders are binding on the executive branch only. Citizens are under no obligation to comply.

2. Obama cannot use an executive order to bypass the Constitution. Under the US Supreme Court ruling Marbury vs Madison, any such order or law that as repugnant to the Constitution is automatically null and void.

3. Under the US Supreme Court ruling United States vs Miller, the Second Amendment reserves to the people arms equivalent to those carried by the uniformed forces.

4. Under the US Supreme Court ruling John Bad Elk vs United States, citizens have a right to resist any official acting outside the law and the Constitution up to and including the use of lethal force.

Oct 06 08:20

Delta Force planned to stage a fake hijacking after 9/11

Many of us often struggle to find definitive proof that our government has committed a false flag operation. Sometimes though, the best evidence comes from unexpected places, and the operations that our government fails to carry out, are often the most revealing.

Oct 06 08:19

Obama: It takes me by surprise how people believe Putin outplaying me

“The actions of Russia’s leadership do not make the country any stronger. Rather, the country earns more attention and negative reputation”

Baku – APA. The actions of Russian national leader Vladimir Putin only lead to a fall in Russia's position as an international player. All that he did creates for Russia a reputation that is not so good.

The statement was made by US President Barack Obama when he was told of opinions that Russian President Vladimir Putin is outplaying him, APA reported citing news.liga.net.

“What takes me by surprise is that how people – not only my critics – believe it,” he said.

He recalled that when he became president in 2008, the US was undergoing the consequences of the worst global financial crisis and was simultaneously involved in two wars – almost single-handedly.

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I am having an industrial, palm to forehead moment at velocity, upon reading this.

Is President Obama so completely out of touch with the reality of what Putin has done that he cannot comprehend it, logically, or is he simply in denial?!?

And of course, let us not forget the sanctions placed upon Russia after the putsch in Ukraine last year, which led to Crimea to vote to rejoin the Russian Federation.

But not only did those sanctions pull Russia and China closer together; the Russian economy is also poised for growth very quickly. As reported on 30 September, 2015 at rt.com:

The World Bank anticipates a 3.8 percent contraction of the Russian economy in 2015, reflecting lower global oil prices and the impact of Western sanctions on the country. However it is more optimistic for the Russian economy in the coming years. Next year, contraction will slow down to 0.6 percent, while in 2017 the Russian economy will recover to a 1.5 percent growth rate, according to World Bank’s latest Russia Economic Report, issued Wednesday. The bank also expects the Russian ruble to strengthen to 58.2 rubles (about 13 percent) to the US dollar in 2017, with capital outflow reduced to $67 billion. The report praised the Russian authorities for successfully stabilizing the economy and called for sustained structural reforms. There is an opportunity for Russia to benefit from a structural transformation of its economy in the longer term, according to the report. “The policy response by the authorities successfully stabilized the economy. Monetary policy prevented costly delays in relative price adjustments, highlighting the importance of the central bank’s commitment to inflation targeting in the context of a flexible exchange rate regime,” the World Bank lead economist for the Russian Federation and the main author of the report Birgit Hansl said.

Except for the 1%, the American economy, unfortunately, is staggering and weaving like a boxer who has taken one too many punches to the face. It appears that a hard landing is coming; it is only a question of when.

Oct 06 08:18

We Aren't Nearly As Worried About The Middle East As We should Be

What's the opposite of a gift that keeps on giving? A mistake that keeps metastasizing.

Which pretty much sums up the US role in the Middle East. Beginning with the CIA's 1953 overthrow of Iran's democratically elected president and continuing through the multiple regime changes and invasions of recent years, various American governments have behaved like they both understood that region and had the power to mold it into a docile client that pumped oil, suppressed dissent and otherwise caused no trouble.

Instead, each intervention turned up the heat on an already-boiling pot of corruption, sectarian rivalry and geopolitical anger that has finally erupted into regional civil war. The whole world, at long last, understands that the situation is beyond both US understanding and control.

And that's the good news.

Oct 06 08:18

PM Asks Justice Minister to Expedite Demolition of Terrorists' Homes

During a cabinet meeting that lasted more than five hours, Education Minister Bennett demands settlements be built after every terror attack

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Which gives Israel motive for more false-flag terror.

Oct 06 08:17

'Don't make it worse for yourselves': Helicopters drop leaflets on ISIS and rebel fighters warning them to give up now ahead of huge Russian-backed ground offensive

Syrian army helicopters have dropped tens of thousands of leaflets on ISIS and rebel fighters, warning them to get out now and 'don't make it even worse for yourselves'.

The flyers were let go over the embattled cities of Rastan and Talbiseh, which have been pounded by Moscow's warplanes this week and where Russia claims 5,000 ISIS and al-Nusra Front terrorists are stationed.

It came as Russian media said there would soon be a large ground operation in the area driven by Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's troops - with Russia's military backing from the air and possibly on the ground, involving Spetsnatz special forces.

Oct 06 08:17

So Long Safe Harbor: EU/US Data Sharing Deal Suspended

Big Internet companies like Facebook and Amazon are scrambling to overhaul their business models after Europe’s top court rules transatlantic system for sharing data is "invalid".

Oct 06 08:17

Geo-political Syria chess: demanding arrests of US .01% War Criminals finally, or you prefer gambling toward WW3?

This is why in the ongoing geo-political chess game, I assert these facts are certain and actionable to demand arrests of US .01% “leaders” now in order to avoid risk of WW3:

Unlawful and lie-began wars,
So-called “money” that is actually debt that creates accelerating and unpayable total debt.
Destruction of nearly all rights lawfully guaranteed in the US Bill of Rights within the US Constitution.
“Covering the crimes” with lies by corporate media.

Oct 06 08:12

From Day 1 of Russian anti-ISIS op in Syria MSM launched anti-Moscow information campaign - FM

The global media are intentionally distorting the objectives of the Russian air operation in Syria, said Maria Zakharova, spokesperson for the Russian Foreign Ministry.

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Oct 06 08:10

How Syrians View Russia v. U.S.

U.S. President Obama’s chief aim in Syria is not to defeat the fundamentalist ISIS and Al Qaeda there, but to replace that country’s secular leader Bashar al-Assad, who is, on the basis of the above-cited evidence, far more popular in Syria than Obama is. Yet Obama says that militarily overthrowing Assad would be the ‘democratic’ thing to do.

Oct 06 08:10

A Liquidity Crisis Hit The Banking In September

Something occurred in the banking system in September that required a massive reverse repo operation in order to force the largest ever Treasury collateral injection into the repo market. Ordinarily the Fed might engage in routine reverse repos as a means of managing the Fed funds rate. However, as you can see from the graph below, there have been sudden spikes up in the amount of reverse repos that tend to correspond the some kind of crisis – the obvious one being the de facto collapse of the financial system in 2008:

Oct 06 08:09

Saudi Arabia because of physical deterioration, in the intensive care unit of the hospital, "King Faisal" was admitted.

Oct 06 08:08

No Safe Harbor: How NSA Spying Undermined US Tech and Europeans' Privacy

The spread of knowledge about the NSA's surveillance programs has shaken the trust of customers in U.S. Internet companies like Facebook, Google, and Apple: especially non-U.S. customers who have discovered how weak the legal protections over their data is under U.S. law. It should come as no surprise, then, that the European Court of Justice (CJEU) has decided that United States companies can no longer be automatically trusted with the personal data of Europeans.

Oct 06 08:08

Israel razes attackers' homes as unrest spreads

Israel has razed a pair of homes belonging to the families of two Palestinians who attacked Israelis last year, according to witnesses and media reports.
Israeli authorities demolished the home of Ghassan Abu Jamal during the early hours of Tuesday. Another home, belonging to Muhammad Jaabis, was also flattened.
Both were located in occupied East Jerusalem.
Note: Article should read "illegally occupied" and every time you see occupied change to Illegally occupied and you would be correct.

Oct 06 07:58


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The gun-grabbers are in full confiscation mode, insisting that the actions of a few people on bad prescription medications justify ending the Second Amendment and confiscating all guns. But all these mass shooters had serious mental issues, exacerbated by the dangerous psychiatric medications they were on or withdrawing from.

Of course, we know what the real issue is. The US Government knows they have abused the people and violated the Constitution. And the US Government understands that the Founding Fathers gave We The People the right to bear military arms as a final check against abusive government.

Oct 06 07:53

The Right To Keep And Bear Arms

Let's get two things straight.

1. Banning guns does not reduce crime. Crime goes UP when the law abiding citizen is disarmed.

2. The Second amendment is not about hunting and it's not about target shooting. It's about giving the government good reason to leave the citizen alone.

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Oct 06 07:44

Peru Declares State Of Emergency

The Puruvian government has declared a 30-day state of emergency following four deaths at a protest of the Chinese-owned Las Bambas mine project. The emergency status includes a startling suspension of civil liberties on Peruvians. After four people were killed amid anti-mining protests, Peruvian President Ollanta Humala declared a 30-day state…

Oct 06 07:23

Climate cultists want RICO charges against skeptics

Top UN scientist Dr. Kevin Trenberth and 19 other scientists have become so tired of debating global warming that they are now apparently seeking to jail those who disagree with them.

Oct 06 07:22

This Has Become Routine — Paul Craig Roberts

In his comment on the mass shootings at the Oregon community college, President Obama said: “This has become routine.”

So have police shootings of unarmed and unresisting Americans.

So have numerous other undesirable and deplorable happenings, such as the foreclosure on the homes of millions of Americans, while the “banks too big to fail” are bailed out with trillions of dollars, and such as foreign policy lies that have destroyed seven countries, bringing the US and Europe millions of refugees.

Oct 06 07:15

Obama authorizes resupply of Syrian opposition

Obama is resupplying the terrorists!Hope he doesn't mind the Russians blowing it all to hell!

Washington (CNN)President Barack Obama authorized the resupply of Syrian Kurds and the Arab-Syrian opposition as part of a strategy to put pressure on ISIS from the north and strengthen the border, according to two senior administration officials.

Oct 06 07:06

Gun-control group says Sheriff John Hanlin should resign, can't be trusted to probe shooting

The Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence is calling for the resignation of Douglas County Sheriff John Hanlin, saying his "extremist" views on gun rights call into question his ability to conduct a fair investigation of last week's mass shootings at Umpqua Community College.

Dan Gross, the group's president, pointed to Hanlin's 2013 letter to Vice President Joe Biden saying he wouldn't enforce gun restrictions that the sheriff regarded as unconstitutional -- as well as a video he posted the same year on Facebook suggesting that the Sandy Hook killings were staged by the federal government to build support for gun control.

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"We only want people we have successfully bamboozled investigating our latest bamboozle!" -- Official White Horse Souse

Oct 06 07:03

The Trans-Pacific Partnership: Permanently Locking In The Obama Agenda For 40 Percent Of The Global Economy

We have just witnessed one of the most significant steps toward a one world economic system that we have ever seen. Negotiations for the Trans-Pacific Partnership have been completed, and if approved it will create the largest trading bloc on the planet.

Oct 06 06:49

The US economy flies into the “coffin corner”, but we don’t mind!

Summary: Every year Wall Street economists see a spike in a few indicators and announce an imminent boom. This slowly fades away, leaving another year of slow growth — preventing full recovery from the crash. Readers of the FM website have seen this accurately reported since the crash, avoiding the boom-bust cycle of of crushed euphoria. Here’s a new update, as we start another slowing cycle. Eventually, inevitably, we will hit a bump that pushes slow growth to outright decline. Then, when we no longer can prepare, economic news will become exciting.

We’re in the coffin corner: can’t accelerate, can’t continue at this speed, and can’t afford to decelerate. All that maintains public confidence is the happy talk of the Fed governors and Wall Street’s gurus, at the long-term cost of destroying their credibility when it proves false. The only hint the Fed has given us is the slow downward ratchet in their forecast of US long-term growth.

Oct 06 05:42

Criminal Justice: Police Reserve Academy

The college where this last mass shooting took place also has the Police Academy on site.

Umpqua Community College offers a Certificate of Completion for the Police Reserve Academy. The current class is our 19th consecutive class!

The Academy is conducted in conjunction with the Douglas County Sheriff's Department, Roseburg, Winston, Sutherlin, Myrtle Creek Police Departments, and Oregon State Police.

Oct 06 05:40

C.O. police test tactics in 'shooter' drill

BEND, Ore. -

It took months of planning and more than 300 people to prepare Friday's "active shooter" drill on COCC's Bend campus, the largest held in the region.
There were numerous agencies involved and several layers to the scenario. And there were planners and responders who didn't know the details of the drill.

It started in Modoc Hall and extended to Jefferson Hall, where several people were reported "wounded." Police responders were involved after a volunteer made an actual call to 911 dispatch at 9:15 a.m.

"The shooter was actually sprinting to places," said participant Shawn Horton.

Oct 06 05:38

Active shooter drill at COCC

Published on Sep 12, 2014

Flashing lights, sirens and emergency vehicles disrupted the sylvan serenity of the Bend campus of Central Oregon Community College on Friday morning. The excitement was part of a training exercise in which Deschutes County first responders practiced what to do when an active shooter is reported on campus. Read more at http://j.mp/activeshooting.

Video by Leilani Rapaport

Oct 06 05:24

With Russia’s Dep. Army Chief due in Israel, Moscow posts 64 S-300 ship-to-air missiles off Syria, N. Israel

Got news for DEBKAfile. Russia can shoot down ALL US stealth aircraft!
Do your own dirty work Israel!

Russia’s deputy chief of staff, Gen. Nikolay Bogdanovsky, accompanied by a large military delegation, arrives in Israel for a two-day visit on Tuesday, Oct. 6, to discuss increased coordination between the two militaries. However, Moscow seems to be sending Jerusalem an altogether different message: Friday, Oct. 2, the Russian Defense Ministry announced the surprise deployment of Navy cruiser, the Moskva, armed with 64 advanced anti-aircraft missiles S-300 ship-to-air missiles opposite the Syrian coastal town of Latakia.

If US President Obama truly wanted to deal effectively with Moscow’s military moves in Syria, besides saying that Russia is bound to fail, he would have ordered the deployment of US stealth fighters to Turkey and Israel.

Oct 06 05:06

How The NY Times Hides the Scandal of US-Israeli War Crimes

The United States sends at least $3.1 billion in military aid grants to Israel every year, more than the amount given to all the rest of the world combined, and although Americans oppose this excess, their opinion has had no effect: Officials are now in talks to raise the yearly amount by as much as 50 percent. If you missed that news in The New York Times, there is no reason for surprise. The issue has essentially remained out of sight, glossed over in a smattering of news stories, where readers find murky references to US aid and no enlightening details ... US aid to Israel is a subject that the Times would like to avoid ... Sixty percent of Americans polled in a survey said the United States "gives too much aid to Israel."

Oct 06 00:39

Syria President al-Assad Interview: “New Anti-terrorism Coalition Must Succeed, Otherwise the Whole Region Will Be Destroyed”

Supporting terrorism is not only aimed against our peoples but against yours as well. This terrorism has started to bite back. What you have seen so far is only the beginning or “the tip of the iceberg”……….President Bashar al-Assad

October 5, 2015

Oct 05 22:41

The Hope Behind Putin’s Syria Help

President Obama insists on looking the gift horse of Russian military help for Syria’s embattled government in the mouth. Rather than welcome assistance in blocking a Sunni extremist victory, Obama bends to the neocons and liberal hawks.

Oct 05 22:32

Putin Bests Obama on Leadership Front against Islamic State

President Barack Obama never likes to be upstaged in the popularity and leadership department. Yet, that is exactly what has occurred with Russian President Vladimir Putin’s decisive military action against the Islamic State in Syria.

Oct 05 22:22

Will BP's Record Gulf Spill Settlement Amount to a Record Tax Break?

As the U.S. Department of Justice announced on Monday a final settlement with BP over the devastating 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill, groups are warning that the oil giant may still nab a substantial tax break under the deal.

Oct 05 21:52

Who is next in line? Afghanistan wants Russia's help too

If this doesn't take the cake!

October 5, 2015
TV Zvezda
Translated by Kristina Rus

Kabul needs Russian help in the fight against terrorist group "Islamic state". This was announced by the first Vice-President of Afghanistan General Abdul Rashid Dostum following the meeting with the head of Chechnya Ramzan Kadyrov.

"Dostum said that ISIS is trying to make its foothold in Afghanistan. To prevent this threat Kabul needs Russian support, as in Syria. We are confident that the Russian leadership will make a positive decision in this matter," — wrote Kadyrov on his social network page.


Oct 05 20:51

RT English hits 3mn ‘likes’ on Facebook, beating Reuters, CBS & Forbes

Russia Today International has reached a new milestone, hitting 3 million ‘likes’ on Facebook and leaving many mainstream media heavy-weights in the dust.

Oct 05 19:05

UK government knew of VW fraud almost a year ago and failed to investigate

The British government was sent evidence of rigged diesel emissions tests 11 months ago and failed to act, it is claimed.

The Department for Transport confirmed that it received a 60-page report that included details of the scam, back in October.

It was sent to the government by the International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT), the same research organisation that helped authorities uncover the fraud in America.

The information contained within the report cited “strong evidence” that car makers were manipulating emissions results.

Oct 05 19:05

Why is Washington Against Russia Bombing ISIS and Al-Qaeda?

The bottom line is this: the US is opposing Russia's attacks on ISIS and al-Qaeda -- two branches of the same tree that are a proven threat to the US homeland -- because Russia is not also attacking the Assad government, which could never be a threat to the United States.

Oct 05 18:50

Russia, Israel to talk Syria in Tel Aviv: Israeli Officer

A high-ranking Russian military delegation is set to hold talks with Israeli officials in Tel Aviv on Russia's operations in Syria, an Israeli officer says.

The Israeli military officer said on Monday that the Russian delegation will visit Israel on Tuesday for talks on ways Israeli and Russian military forces can avoid clashes while operating in Syria.