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Sep 01 15:16

Senior Iranian officials visit reporter injured in Syria

A number of high-ranking Iranian officials, including the head of the Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting (IRIB), have checked on an Iranian television reporter who was critically injured in Syria earlier in the month.

Sep 01 15:16

Israel is “Targeting Christian-Palestinian Communities in the West Bank”. Confiscating Lives, One Hectare at a Time

The expansion of Israel’s ‘separation barrier’ is targeting Christian-Palestinian communities in the West Bank, reports Noreen Sadik.

On 17 August, Issa al-Shatleh, of Beit Jala, Palestine, started his day with news that Israeli soldiers were on the land that had belonged to his family for hundreds of years. When he arrived, he found ‘they were destroying the land, and cutting my ancient olive trees, some hundreds of years old’. ‘They came without a warning,’ he said.

And it is not just al-Shatleh’s land that is being confiscated. Close to 3 hectares of private land were razed that morning and 45 trees, some of them over 100 years old, were uprooted. As landowners tried to stop the destruction, violent clashes broke out, sending al-Shatleh’s brother to the hospital.

Sep 01 15:16

Three-year-old ultra-Orthodox Jewish children told 'the non-Jews' are 'evil' in worksheet produced by London school

Emily Green, who used to teach at the same Beis Rochel girls’ secondary school and now chairs the Gesher EU organisation which supports ultra-Orthodox Jews who want to leave the community, said she used to teach at Beis Rochel, part of the Satmer Hasidic sect.

"It's not uncommon to be taught non-Jewish people are evil in ultra-Orthodox Jewish schools. It is part of the prayers, teaching, their whole ethos,” she said.

Describing it as a form of “indoctrination”, Ms Green added: “Psychologically, you become so afraid of the world out there after being taught how dangerous and bad and evil non-Jews are, that it makes it harder to leave.”

Sep 01 14:58

Highest since 1980: 1 in 17 US college students regularly smokes pot, study says

The number of US college students regularly smoking marijuana has reached the highest point since 1980, a new study has found. Daily or near-daily marijuana use was reported by 5.9 percent of college kids in 2014— up from 3.5 percent in 2007.

Sep 01 14:51

Amnesty urges Britain to ‘show some humanity’ toward migrants

Amnesty International, a leading human rights group, has called on the British government to ‘show some basic humanity’ toward war migrants seeking refuge in the United Kingdom.

Sep 01 14:44

Washington’s Financial Currency War on China: The Eclipsing of the US Dollar by the Yuan

The Chinese are in the process of displacing the monopoly of the US dollar. They are dropping their US Treasury bonds, stockpiling gold reserves, and opening regional distribution banks for their own national currency. This will give them easier access to capital markets and insulate them from financial manipulation by Washington and Wall Street.


Sep 01 14:33

Whoa, Oil Today

Sep 01 14:30

The West Point Professor Who Contemplated a Coup

On Monday, West Point law professor William C. Bradford resigned after The Guardian reported that he had allegedly inflated his academic credentials. Bradford made headlines last week, when the editors of the National Security Law Journal denounced a controversial article by him in their own summer issue:

As the incoming Editorial Board, we want to address concerns regarding Mr. Bradford’s contention that some scholars in legal academia could be considered as constituting a fifth column in the war against terror; his interpretation is that those scholars could be targeted as unlawful combatants. The substance of Mr. Bradford’s article cannot fairly be considered apart from the egregious breach of professional decorum that it exhibits. We cannot “unpublish” it, of course, but we can and do acknowledge that the article was not presentable for publication when we published it, and that we therefore repudiate it with sincere apologies to our readers.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Good! What he was suggesting would have made an absolute mockery of the Constitution and Bill of Rights.

But don't think for a millisecond that this guy won't be scooped up in the waiting buzzard wings of the Neocons; I suspect we haven't heard the last from this guy, and not by a long shot.

Sep 01 14:19

Texas police bash ‘unethical’ news station for airing video of cops killing unarmed suspect

Texas police upset that a local news station aired footage of Bexar County Sheriff’s deputies fatally shooting a man with hands up want the public to express outrage — at the news station.

Gilbert Flores, 41, can be seen in the cell phone video aired by KSAT standing outside his San Antonio-area home during a domestic violence call. He raises his hands over his head then abruptly crumples to the ground after he is apparently shot by deputies.

“They just cold-blooded shot that [expletive],” the man holding the camera says.

Both the county D.A. and the sheriff’s office have opened investigations into the shooting. Both deputies, Greg Vasquez and Robert Sanchez, are on paid administrative leave, KSAT reports.

But the Bexar County Sheriff’s Department is angry about the news station’s decision to air the entire video, which also appears to show officers handcuffing Flores’ lifeless body.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Memo to the Commissioner of the Bexar Police Department; if you taught police restraint, and how to diffuse, or talk down a potentially dangerous situation, you wouldn't have this kind of footage to deal with in the first place.

But please, don't you dare condemn the messenger!

This happened; it was real; deal with it.

Sep 01 14:18

Corbyn’s used coffee cup sells for £51 on eBay

As Corbynmania sweeps the nation, fans of the surprise Labour leadership favorite have snapped up his used disposable coffee cup at auction on eBay for the reasonable price of £51 (plus postage and packaging).

Sep 01 14:18

Top officer questions ‘boresome’ Chilcot report

A high-ranking army officer has questioned the purpose of the long-awaited report on UK war in Iraq, calling it a “boresome” inquiry.

Sep 01 14:11


Russian President Vladimir Putin has drafted a bill that aims to eliminate the US dollar and the euro from trade between CIS countries.

This means the creation of a single financial market between Russia, Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and other countries of the former Soviet Union.

“This would help expand the use of national currencies in foreign trade payments and financial services and thus create preconditions for greater liquidity of domestic currency markets”, said a statement from Kremlin.

The bill would also help to facilitate trade in the region and help to achieve macro-economic stability.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Putin is spot on with this analysis; but I bet it is making Wall Street and the big banks squirm right now.

Sep 01 14:08


??North Dakota students may or may not learn about the first 100 years of America’s history.
Important topics like the Declaration of Independence, the Revolutionary War and the framing of the U.S. Constitution may simply be ignored by teachers under new history standards approved by the state’s board of education last Monday, the Argus Leader reports.

Current standards do not allow history teachers to delve into topics before the Civil War, so the new standards open up the door but don’t require teachers to cover early American history, as many would have preferred. The recently adopted history standards are set to take effect in 2016-17 school year and whittle the current standards from 117 pages to 44.

“Our current history standards do not even give an option as to whether it’s comprehensive or modern,” board president Don Kirkegaard told the news site. “It’s strictly modern.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This is insane, and an insult to our history; it means that the reasons our country was founded just won't be taught, just in case these students might want to look at the situations in British government at that time, and compare it to the situations we see in US government today.

Heaven forbid that they should indulge in such a thing, and might be able to use critical thinking to come to a logical conclusion here!!

Sep 01 14:06

Under Investigation: CENTCOM Distorted Analysis of ISIS Bombing Campaign

An investigation is underway into U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM) after a civilian analyst from the Defence Intelligence Agency (DIA) accused them of distorting and reworking conclusions regarding their bombing campaign against ISIS.

The distorted analysis was prepared for government officials and even President Obama.

The investigation is reported by the New York Times as being an ‘unusual move’, beyond everyday intelligence disputes.

Sep 01 14:05

IDPH, IDVA announce seven deaths at Illinois Veterans' home in Quincy

The Illinois Department of Public Health and Illinois Department of Veterans' Affairs have announced the deaths of seven Illinois Veterans' Home residents who had been diagnosed with Legionnaires' disease.

Sep 01 14:04

FLASHBACK - New York Stock Exchange sold to derivatives company in $8bn takeover

The New York Stock Exchange called time on two centuries of independence on Thursday, agreeing to an $8.2bn takeover that will hand control of the icon of American capitalism to an Atlanta-based energy trader.

The stock exchange's holding company, NYSE Euronext, has agreed to an offer of $33.12 a share in cash and stock from IntercontinentalExchange (ICE). ICE was founded in 2000, NYSE in 1817. The combined company would have headquarters in both ICE's home of Atlanta and in New York.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Can you say "Conflict of interest?" I knew you could!

Sep 01 14:03

35%-Trump leaving rivals in the dust

Sep 01 14:01

Iran ‘red gold’ output to hit 300 metric tons

Sep 01 14:00

Cops Went to Wrong House, Shot Owner, Killed His Dog, and Even Shot a Fellow Officer, Too

This sounds like a joke headline from a bad movie or something… but no, sadly, this is what is being reported today out of DeKalb County, Georgia.

Three officers responded to a burglary call Monday night. Unfortunately, they responded to the wrong house. Once the gunfire stopped, the owner was shot in the leg, his dog was dead, and apparently according to the Georgia Bureau of Investigation, one of the cops was shot in the hip, most likely by his fellow officer.

This is what happens when people randomly call 9-1-1 to report suspicious activity these days. The caller described the house, but the cops went to the wrong one. When they went into the guy’s kitchen through an unlocked rear entrance, they were met with his dog and promptly shot and killed the animal. Then the owner came out and he got shot. No one has clarified when exactly the officer was hit in this mess.

Sep 01 14:00

Despite Global Ban, Saudi-Led Forces Kill Dozens in Yemen Using US-Made Cluster Bombs

Human Rights Watch has accused Saudi Arabia of using U.S.-made cluster munition rockets in at least seven attacks in the Yemeni city of Hajjah between late April and mid-July. Dozens of civilians were killed or wounded, both during the attacks and later, when they picked up unexploded submunitions that detonated.

Sep 01 13:59


In the Islamic concept of qadar, your divine destiny is inescapable. If you try to cheat death it will find you. For two women on a dusty road in mid-June on the southwest corner of the Arabian Peninsula, their repeated attempts to dodge fate ended in tragic failure.

Leaving the war zone of Yemen’s southern port city of Aden on June 10, the women headed north in a Toyota Cressida driven by a male relative. The pair were escaping the violence that had already turned entire streets in Aden to rubble, left hundreds dead and thousands of civilians under siege, struggling to find food, water and medical care.

Driving ahead of them was a family of four in a Hilux pick-up truck, slowing at the numerous checkpoints along the road and weaving around potholes in the asphalt. Between 4:30 and 5 p.m., seemingly from nowhere, the first missile struck. The Hilux flipped into a cartwheeling fireball, killing the two children and their parents inside.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I would POLITELY like to remind both the Saudi and US governments that the indiscriminate murdering of civilians is a war crime.

Sep 01 13:58

Putin Pushes to Dump the Dollar

Over the past week it was revealed that China is gradually dumping billions of dollars in US treasuries. Truth be told though, China isn’t the only country interested in unhinging itself from the dollar system. The global currency war has begun in earnest, and now Russia is getting in on the action.

Putin recently announced that he was drafting a bill that would remove the dollar and the euro from trade agreements between Russia’s closest trading partners in the CIS. The CIS is a regional association of former Soviet States, which includes Russia, Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhistan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Moldova, Kyrgyzstan, and Azerbaijan. By creating a single marketplace between all of these countries, it would, according to the Kremlin “help expand the use of national currencies in foreign trade payments and financial services and thus create preconditions for greater liquidity of domestic currency markets.”

Sep 01 13:57

North Dakota Just Authorized Police Use of “Less-than-Lethal” Weaponized Drones

How do you feel about police in modern America using tasers and tear gas against the citizenry? How is that working out for us?

Well, now the state of North Dakota has granted police the ability to legally deploy taser and tear gas-equipped drones against the people.

HB 1328 was originally supposed to be about placing stricter limits on law enforcement use of drones but… nope. Thanks to a nice little amendment that got tacked on by a drone lobbyist, North Dakota has officially passed a bill allowing the cops to add weaponized drones to their arsenal.

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Sep 01 13:56

Over 150 Students Walk out of High School over Transgender Student’s Use of Girl’s Locker Room

Senior Lila Perry, a transgendered high school student who identifies himself as female since the age of 13 even though he was born male and has all male parts, wants to be able to use the girls’ locker room during gym class. In protest over the school’s decision to allow Perry to use the locker room after Perry refused a private room, over 150 students walked out of Hillsboro High School for two hours yesterday.

The high school offered Perry a private, gender-neutral restroom, but Perry turned it down and insists on using the girls’ locker room instead or nothing.

“I wasn’t hurting anyone and I didn’t want to feel segregated out. I didn’t want to be in the gender neutral bathroom. I am girl, I shouldn’t be pushed off to another bathroom,” Perry told KMOV. Perry says he knows he isn’t making anyone uncomfortable and the protest is just ignorance and bigotry.

Sep 01 13:55


Well guess what — it’s too late! The crisis already happened and it’s the biggest global displacement since World War II.?

United Kingdom — DISCLAIMER: I just saw a photo taken inside a recently discovered lorry that contained 71 decomposing bodies. And I am angry — very angry.

No one really knows how those people ended up in the lorry found in Austria, but police are claiming to have since arrested some of the trafficking gang. It is almost impossible to imagine what strips someone of their humanity to such a point that they knowingly load 59 men, eight women, and four children into a giant metal box with no ventilation and wire the doors shut.

The assumption so far is that many of those found dead were Syrian.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Folks, it is the US enabled and fought wars which is causing this massive displacement.

And these people, desperate to get to some point of safety, are simply "collateral damage" to the US government.

Sep 01 13:50


At least 300 high-ranking sheriffs and police from agencies large and small – from New York and Maine to Orange County and Oakland, California – have traveled to Israel for privately funded seminars in what is described as counterterrorism techniques.

Former U.S. Capitol Police Chief Terrance W. Gainer called Israel “the Harvard of antiterrorism” after taking part in a 2005 trip sponsored by the Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs (JINSA). Capt. Brad Virgoe of the Orange County Sheriff's Department in California called the 2013 session he took part in an “amazing experience,” recalling visits to checkpoints in Eilat at the Israeli-Egyptian border and in the West Bank near Bethlehem.

Don't forget what happened in Ferguson! The Ferguson police chief was trained in Israel!

The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) also sends police to Israel and hosts Israeli police in America.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Gee, terrific; now we can further expect DHS investigators to treat Americans just as kindly and humanely as the IDF treats Palestinian!

Sep 01 13:44

Carly wins? CNN to unveil changes to criteria for next GOP debate

CNN has scheduled a phone call at 5 p.m. EDT on Tuesday with the GOP presidential campaigns to discuss changes to the criteria determining which candidates will get to appear on main stage at the next debate later this month, The Washington Times has learned.

The call is the outgrowth of negotiations between CNN and the Republican National Committee, which sanctions the party’s debates, to address concerns raised by the GOP’s only female candidate, Carly Fiorina, that the original criteria wrongly has kept her form the stage even as she is rising in the polls.

Sep 01 13:43

German government to evict the working poor from their homes to make room for migrants

This is truly stunning. The most blatant example of population replacement yet seen. This report from Ludwigshafen was made by a German TV station with liberal leanings and even they have to struggle to justify this atrocity.

Sep 01 13:41

Cruelty is Not a Human Right

It is the beginning of their nightmares. Many Palestinians go to bed every night without knowing if their homes will be bulldozed during the night by the Israeli police. According to Jeff Halper, founder of the Israeli Committee Against House demolitions (ICAHD), house demolitions are one of Israel’s main weapon of occupation of Palestinian land.

Sep 01 13:41

Osborne’s £500m Trident nukes pledge ‘arrogant in extreme’ – Sturgeon

Chancellor George Osborne’s pledge of £500 million to keep Britain’s nuclear arsenal in Scotland has been branded ‘arrogant’ by Scottish National Party (SNP) leader Nicola Sturgeon, who said the money could be used to help the poor.

Sep 01 13:33

CA Department of Public Health Takes “See No Evil, Hear No Evil" Approach to Nursing Home Abuse

In a disgraceful last minute effort to kill AB 348 (Brown) – a CANHR sponsored bill that would have set timelines for investigations of abuse and neglect cases reported by nursing homes – the California Department of Public Health continued a long tradition of siding with perpetrators of abuse against their victims by taking an official position opposing the bill. As a result, this critical bill died in the Senate Appropriations Committee.

The Department receives thousands of reports of suspected abuse and neglect from nursing homes each year and often puts the most serious cases of mistreatment on the bottom of its investigation file. Some investigations are delayed for years, leaving residents at risk and sending a terrible message to operators and the public that abuse and neglect are tolerated. AB 348 was introduced to fix this problem by requiring the Department to complete investigations within 60 days beginning in July 2018.

Sep 01 13:32

S-500 "Prometheus", 55R6M "Triumphant M" HD

S-500 "Prometheus", 55R6M "Triumphant M" online
The Russian Defense Ministry say that already in 2017 adopted may be taken promising anti-aircraft missile system S-500 can destroy targets even in space.

Sep 01 13:30

New S-500 Anti-Missile Missile Will Seal Russia Airspace

Some sectors of U.S. Think Tankland – with their cozy CIA ties – are now hedging their bets about Cold War 2.0, out of fear that they have misjudged what really happens on the geopolitical chessboard.

A shooting war is not exactly a brilliant idea. Russia’s S-500 anti-missile missiles and anti-aircraft missiles can intercept any existing ICBM, cruise missile, or aircraft. S-500s travel at 15,480 miles an hour; reach an altitude of 115 miles; travel horizontally 2,174 miles; and can intercept up to ten incoming missiles. They simply cannot be stopped by any American anti-missile system.

Sep 01 13:29

Hillary and Obama Own the Tragic Libyan Exodus

snip: The biggest misconception about NATO’s intervention,” wrote Kuperman, “is that it saved lives and benefited Libya and its neighbors.” In fact, Qaddafi did not attack peaceful protesters. The rebels started the violence, and Qaddafi responded. Barely six weeks after the rebellion started, Qaddafi had all but suppressed it at the cost of about one thousand lives.

Then Clinton and Obama blessed NATO’s intervention, one that prolonged the war seven months and cost roughly seven thousand more lives. During the insurrection, the Obama administration had been funneling money to Qatar to help arm Libyans rebels. As the New York Times reported, “The weapons and money from Qatar strengthened militant groups in Libya, allowing them to become a destabilizing force since the fall of the Qaddafi government.”

Sep 01 13:25

Italian politicians seize on asylum seeker's alleged role in murder

The brutal murder of an elderly couple in Sicily has become a political issue in Italy following the arrest of an African asylum seeker who was allegedly implicated in the killings.

The accused killer, 18-year-old Mamadou Kamara from the Ivory Coast, has been a resident of the Mineo refugee centre in Sicily – the largest such facility in Europe – since 8 June. According to Italian media reports, Kamara was arrested on Sunday after he was found entering Mineo with a bag containing a phone that allegedly belonged to the victims. His pants were allegedly stained with blood.

Sep 01 13:09

Hudson Trail Outfitters closing all stores

Sep 01 13:05

TIGTA: IRS Could Not Verify 40% Of $15 Billion Of Affordable Care Act Tax Credits Due To Lack Of Data From Health Insurance Exchanges

Because of incomplete and unreported data from the Exchanges, the IRS is unable to ensure that taxpayers claiming the PTC purchased insurance through an Exchange and properly reconciled APTCs received. However, the IRS has developed processes to identify erroneous PTC claims. Our review of these processes identified that 79 of the 80 reject code conditions and 16 of the 20 PTC error codes were working as intended. Computer programming errors resulted in the reject and PTC error codes not always identifying tax returns with the particular error condition. The IRS plans to make programming corrections.

Sep 01 13:05

The Limp Bizkit frontman wants to stay in Russia and get citizenship

The frontman of the American band Limp Bizkit would like to live in Russia and get Russian citizenship. The musician said in an interview with radio station Rock FM.
"I wouldn't mind to get a Russian passport! If you have communication with the relevant authorities, which could assist with obtaining it, – share!" According to the musician, he would like to buy a house in Russia.
"We will perform in 20 cities! This is an amazing experience. How Russia is portrayed in the media is far from reality, and I want to prove to everyone, that's really cool!"

Sep 01 13:02

How Wall Street Parasites Have Devoured Their Hosts, Your Retirement Plan and the U.S. Economy

The riveting writer, Michael Hudson, has read our collective minds and the simmering anger in our hearts. Millions of American have long suspected that their inability to get financially ahead is an intentional construct of Wall Street’s central planners. Now Hudson, in an elegant but lethal indictment of the system, confirms that your ongoing struggle to make ends meet is not a reflection of your lack of talent or drive but the only possible outcome of having a blood-sucking financial leech affixed to your body, your retirement plan, and your economic future.

Sep 01 12:57

ConocoPhillips announces massive layoffs

Sep 01 12:47

Putin to Get $3 Billion From US Taxpayers After Ukraine Bond Debacle

Putin did not loan the money to Ukraine as we know it now, he loaned the money to a Ukraine that was governed by Russian-backed Viktor Yanukovych. Ukrainian finance minister Natalie Jaresko offered the same restructuring terms to Russia that it offered to Franklin Templeton and T. Rowe. In effect, Jaresko was attempting to tell Vladimir Putin that Ukraine would allow him to take a 20% upfront loss on the $3 billion he loaned to Yanukovych who was overthrown by the current Ukrainian government with whom Moscow is effectively at war. As you might imagine, Putin was not at all interested.
Who’s going to pay him, you ask? Probably the US taxpayer. Here’s BofAML:
The $3bn Russian bond is included in debt restructuring, but Russia will not participate in debt restructuring and will either be paid $3bn from reserves in December or there will be a political decision to agree on an extension, likely without haircuts.

Sep 01 12:47

Forbes Fail! Western media outlet publishes fake Russian troop casualty article, and its zombie readers actually believe it

Due to a lack of actual evidence (i.e. photos, videos, something, anything) to show that some 1,000 to 50,000 Russian troops have invaded Ukraine some 37 plus times and counting…Forbes has just said screw it, and is now printing anything they find on the web that says Russian military is operating in Ukraine.

Forum posts, tweets, blog comments, post-it notes…anything to try and garner support for the magazine’s MIC sponsors. More weapon sales means more money for the rich 1% Forbes guys.

Calling on their trusted Russophobe scaremonger contributor Paul R. Gregory to provide some “Russian aggression” goodies, the Kiev consultant and Hoover Institute sponsored “academic” came up with a suspicious, little known web site, owned by a shell company in Ukraine, printing a fake Russian military casualty story…no sources, no research, no fact checking, no google search…nada – nothing.

Sep 01 12:43

Peak Obedience?

“To be GOVERNED is to be watched, inspected, spied upon, directed, law-driven, numbered, regulated, enrolled, indoctrinated, preached at, controlled, checked, estimated, valued, censured, commanded, by creatures who have neither the right nor the wisdom nor the virtue to do so."
- Pierre-Joseph Proudhon

Sep 01 12:40


I have received many emails regarding the various articles I have written about the problems with the current economic system of being forced to borrow all currency at interest from a privately-owned central bank. This is, of course, the very system of banking the United States fought a revolution to be free of, only to be sold back into said banker slavery not just once, but three times by corrupted congresses and corrupted presidents.

I have been asked to collect all those articles into a single page to make it easier for people to send to their friends, and this collection is the result.

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Sep 01 12:38

West Spurning Chinese Parade Is Stupidity Masquerading as Diplomacy

President Vladimir Putin will be in Beijing, as well as leaders of the four Central Asian ‘stans’ that are part of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO). South Korean President Park Geun-hye, South African President Jacob Zuma and Pakistan’s President Mamnoon Hussain will also be present.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe of Japan won’t (he was officially invited, and declined). The US, Germany and Canada will send only embassy functionaries. France and Italy at least will send their foreign ministers. The only head of state or government from the all-sorts-of-plague-ravaged EU will be Czech President Milos Zeman.
Whatever the spin, the fact is the US State Department proverbially resorted to mob tactics pressuring South Korean Geun-hye not to go.
The bottom line: neither the US nor the EU – the once hegemonic West – along with Japan, are sending their top political leaders.
The West’s so-called political “elites” are trying hard to exercise a monopoly on diplomatic stupidity...

Sep 01 12:29

'Foreign Policy' Asks: Is Russian Literature Covertly Invading Your Mind?

Edward Lucas and other idiots have been waiting for months for Russia to invade the entire world. But the invasion has not come. Instead, it is now evident that Putin will resurrect the Soviet Union by brainwashing the world with so-called Russian “culture”.
The United States knows this trick well and uses it with spectacular success to distract from its drone campaigns and CIA torture facilities. Who can deny the power of SpongeBob Squarepants and his subterranean hijinks? Now try to imagine SpongeBob in Russian, book form, and you will begin to understand why responsible westerners are worried.
Case in point: The Russian government is supporting efforts to make contemporary Russian literature available to western readers. Or as Foreign Policy explains: the Kremlin is backing an ambitious effort to make the B-sides of the Russian literary canon more accessible to a global audience. Is it a boon for cultural understanding – or propaganda?

Sep 01 12:11

Shock therapy: Notes on the humanitarian invasion of Europe

Globalization has already spiritually or physically destroyed tenths of countries, New World Order has annihilated almost all Arabic worlds and neo-colonialism is exploiing what is left of traditional and humanistic societies. Populations are again reduced to slavery by the big corporations that rule the world with global bureaucracies: Ikea or Nike pay their worker 12 Euros a month. You don't need to be a communist to understand these facts; you can be a libertarian or what we called in former French civilization a Honnête Homme.
We would need knights to defend us from that mob. But as Edmund Burke wrote once about our barbaric bourgeois revolution in France, the age of chivalry is gone.

Sep 01 12:08

Rights Group Demand Police Need Warrant To Access Data

American citizens should be able to rest safe in the knowledge that no one has the right to pry into their digital records, where they have been and how long they stayed there.

Sep 01 12:07

Europe turns into cesspool of the world. The United States of Europe: A few decades to go

The American propaganda machine never stops trumpeting about the imminent Russian threat. The American political elite portrays Russia as a state that threatens Europe in the first place. With this pretext in mind, the USA and NATO continue to militarize Europe. European populations do not show any protests, let along governments. Few people in Europe realize that it is not Russia that they should fear.
Europe is facing the danger of Washington-generated Islamization that will deprive Europe of cultural and Christian identity. Why not throw good old Europe into the melting pot of nationalities and religions so that it is easier to control it?

Sep 01 12:03

Mass anti-government rallies in Malaysia

Large anti-government protests took place in the Malaysian capital of Kuala Lumpur and provincial centres over last weekend demanding the resignation of Prime Minister Najib Razak despite a government ban. While the police estimated the crowd in the capital at 35,000, organisers from the Coalition for Clean and Fair Elections (Bersih) put the numbers at 200,000 on Saturday, swelling to 300,000 on Sunday.

Sep 01 11:58

Polonium-210 and Yasser Arafat's death: Mystery of the century

What killed Palestinian hero Yasser Arafat? Eight years after his death, a high content of polonium-210 was found on Arafat's personal belongings. It appears that the mystery was solved, but questions still remain. Pravda.Ru spoke about it in an interview with academician Leonid Ilyin, who took part in the examination of Yasser Arafat's remains.
When Yasser Arafat was alive, some thought of him as a hero, whereas others considered him a terrorist. Arafat went down in history as a national hero of Palestine and one of the most prominent politicians of the 20th century.

Sep 01 11:56

US muddles with gold reserves, not conducting public audit

The US tries to convince the world, that gold prices fall, as the metal started threatening the role of dollar as a global reserve currency, William Engdahl, geopolitical analyst, strategic risk consultant, professor at Princeton University wrote for New EasternOutlook. At the same time, Russia and China keep building up gold mining. Aleksey Vyazovsky, Vice-president of the Golden Mint House commented o the issue.

Sep 01 11:47

EU Set to Roll Over Sanctions on Russian and Ukraine-Rebel Individuals and Firms

BRUSSELS—The European Union is set to roll over until March 15 sanctions targeted against almost 200 Russian and Ukrainian-separatist individuals and firms to maintain pressure on Moscow to fully implement the Minsk ceasefire terms by the end of the year, diplomats said.
The decision is expected to be made at a meeting of senior EU officials on Wednesday.

Sep 01 11:40

Endless War: Kiev Offensive Operation Against Donbass Could Begin Anytime

Kiev, backed by Washington, has already mobilized its military forces for an all-out war against Donbass, US author Stephen Lendman stresses, adding that President Poroshenko has proliferated numerous Big Lies about the Ukrainian civil war since taking office last year.

Sep 01 11:38

Pentagon understated cost of new bomber by $25bn, blames ‘human error’

Very little is known about the US Air Force’s new long-range strike bomber (LRSB) – including, apparently, the cost. Facing questions over a $25 billion discrepancy in development costs, the Pentagon blamed “human error” and shrugged it off as a “mistake.”

Sep 01 11:38

‘Anti-gun stupidity’: Honolulu destroys $575G worth of police firearms

Second Amendment advocates are firing away at a decision by Honolulu officials to destroy $575,000 worth of perfectly good handguns in a move one critic called the “height of anti-gun stupidity.”

Some 2,300 Smith & Wesson 9 mm handguns, including at least 200 that are brand-new and in unopened boxes, were issued to the city’s police department. But with the 2,200-member force upgrading to lighter and less expensive Glock 17s, the guns were set to be permanently holstered. While it is customary throughout the country for departments to auction the guns to law-abiding citizens, including the police who once carried them, or donate them to another department, Honolulu opted to destroy them.

Sep 01 11:33

Shock Poll: 59% of Americans Favor Forced Deportation of Illegal Aliens – Even 40% Hispanics Support Forced Deportation….

Whoopsie, Ann Coulter is profoundly vindicated, Donald Trump has the pulse of the electorate, and Hillary Clinton’s “cattle-cars” talking point appears a little, well, out-of-touch with the majority of adult Americans.

Sep 01 11:32

Ezra Klein Is Wrong: Gun Control Doesn’t Reduce Suicide Rates

Intent on never letting a good crisis go to waste, liberal pundits such as Vox’s Ezra Klein couldn’t seem to wait for the blood to dry after Wednesday morning’s horrific murder of two journalists in Virginia before trotting out their usual gun-control wish list. Notwithstanding the fact that President Obama’s gun-control measures wouldn’t have prevented the murders, Klein took to Twitter to make his case that gun control would reduce gun violence.

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Sep 01 11:24

This 2 Day Stock Market Crash Was Larger Than Any 1 Day Stock Market Crash In U.S. History

We witnessed something truly historic happen on Friday. The Dow Jones Industrial Average plummeted 530 points, and that followed a 358 point crash on Thursday. When you add those two days together, the total two day stock market crash that we just witnessed comes to a grand total of 888 points, which is larger than any one day stock market crash in U.S. history.

Sep 01 11:24

Americans are sick and tired of US wars for Israel: Analyst

Americans are supporting the international movement of Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) against Israel because they are sick and tired of Washington’s support for Tel Aviv, says a political commentator in Los Angeles.

Sep 01 11:23

Best Case Analysis Shows National Debt is Unpayable

Let’s use only mathematics, no politics, to show how federal borrowing fails MATHEMATICALLY, thus it is a known, provable fraud scheme. This was written a few years ago when the national debt was $15 trillion, and it’s worse now, but 15 is an easy number for fact checking calculations.

When engineers have to do an analysis which is too complicated to control all the inputs, we assume all the inputs are controlled to “best case” and then we calculate if the problem can even be solved at all. If it can’t be solved under “best case” conditions, it can’t be solved at all, and anyone claiming they have it solved is pushing a fraud scheme.

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Sep 01 11:22

Puerto Rico’s Religious Leaders Call For Debt Relief And End To Austerity

Puerto Rico’s religious leaders have called for debt relief in the face of the $72 billion financial crisis burdening the Caribbean US territory.

At a press conference in San Juan, leaders of the principle religious groups laid out six principles to resolve the crisis. In a statement, the clergy called on the United States Federal Reserve to intervene if Congress fails to pass bankruptcy protection to the financially strapped island.

Sep 01 11:13

Russia ready for any twist in West’s anti-Russian sanctions — FM

Lavrov said the European Union last September lauded Moscow’s contribution to the Ukrainian conflict settlement but later the same month introduced additional sanctions against Russia.
"We did not get a clear answer, when we asked them [the EU] whether it was their attitude to the political process," Lavrov said.
"It turned out later that the procedure of introducing these sanctions was closed, many presidents of prime ministers of the European Union’s members simply were not aware what Brussels was doing on their behalf. But let us put it aside," the top Russian diplomat said. "By the way, the authorities in Kiev openly state now that since Russia fails to implement the Minsk Accords, the sanctions from last September will be extended," Lavrov said. "I do not know whether this is what [Ukrainian President Petro] Poroshenko was trying to negotiate with [German Chancellor Angela] Merkel and [French President Francois] Hollande. We will see."

Sep 01 11:09

Death toll from riots outside Ukraine's Rada rises to three — National Guard

The death toll from Monday’s riots outside Ukraine’s parliament in Kiev rose to three when another serviceman died from injuries suffered in a grenade blast, the National Guard said on Tuesday.
"A soldier sustained serious fragmentation wounds during the explosion. For almost 24 hours, the young man was in a coma in a very difficult condition. However, the serious wounds were incompatible with life," the press service said. Earlier reports said two National Guard members died on Monday and on Tuesday.
Number of injured in Kiev clashes grows to 141 — Ukraine's Interior Ministry http://tass.ru/en/world/817802 The majority of them - 131 - are police officers and members of the National Guard, including 10 in grave condition, spokesman Artyom Shevchenko wrote on his Facebook page.

Sep 01 11:00

Russian security council chief: Nazism revived openly, cynically in Ukraine, Baltic states

"Currently, Nazism is being revived most openly and cynically in the Baltic countries and in Ukraine. Glorification of the pro-Nazi nationalist movements takes place, their views find more and more supporters among the local population," Patrushev said during his lecture at the St.Petersburg Marine Technical University.
According to him, the political leadership of Ukraine during the entire post-Soviet period has encouraged nationalist and anti-Russian sentiment of its citizens, and with the support of the United States such policy led to the forcible seizure of power by the opposition last year. The decisive role was played by the Right Sector ultra-nationalist group. "The people oriented towards the West and adhering to anti-Russian views came to power, and anti-Russian media intensified their activities in the country. The opinion of the other part of Ukrainian citizens was not heeded," Patrushev noted.

Sep 01 10:54

Sheep Led to the Slaughter: The Muzzling of Free Speech in America

freedom of speech as long as you don't bother the PTB on property we-the-people own

Sep 01 10:53

Russian lawmaker says Ukraine’s draft military doctrine is ‘challenge of aggression’

Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk said on Tuesday his government had referred a draft military doctrine to the National Security and Defence Council. "For the first time in the history of Ukraine’s independence, the draft military doctrine defines Russia as an enemy and aggressor," the premier said.
"The draft of Ukraine’s military doctrine is not a national security document, it is a documented challenge of aggression presented to the world and a proof evidencing inadequacy of the current Ukrainian authorities," Yarovaya told journalists.
"Ukraine is rapidly losing any signs of legal culture and common sense and is slipping into a marginal state policy," she said.
At the same time, she stressed that the people of Ukraine had always been and would always be a brotherly nation for the Russians. "No insane statements by the authors of the present-day Ukrainian tragedy will be able to change it," Yarovaya underscored.

Sep 01 10:50

South Korean diplomat arrives in Beijing for talks on North Korea’s nuclear program

The sides will discuss the situation in North Korea in the framework of the recent agreement reached between P5+1 group (five permanent members of UN Security Council and Germany) and Tehran on Iran’s nuclear program.
Seoul says this should push Pyongyang to the path of dialogue on the nuclear program issue. "The resolution of the Iranian crisis made talks between Seoul and Beijing on North Korea more urgent," South Korean Foreign Ministry noted.

Sep 01 10:49

UK police officers to lose jobs with govt.’s spending cuts

UK government’s spending cuts will see over 22,000 police jobs being lost.

Sep 01 10:49

Mom, Is it War Yet?

For me 2015 began with a suicide. I was on my way to Berlin with an early train just after midnight on 1 January. About 8 am our connecting train from Hamburg stopped approximately 25 kilometres down the line because someone had apparently gotten up early that morning and travelled to a point in the middle of nowhere to jump in front of it. Since our train was approximately 45 minutes late, this person not only had to contemplate his way to the tracks but wait perhaps impatiently for the wheeled engine of his demise to do its work.

Sep 01 10:48

Dniester Republic comes under pressure for building closer ties with Russia — head

"It is no secret that some political forces in Moldova, Ukraine and other countries do not like the Dniester Republic’s course towards rapprochement with Russia. They made it clear many times during our negotiations that we are going to have fewer problems if we change our foreign policy vector," Shevchuk said.
"It’s going to be better for you," they told us. "But we explained them that the people of the Dniester Republic had made this choice," Shevchuk stressed.
"People are grateful to Russia. They remember that the Russian military stopped a war that was unleashed against us back in 1992. The Russian troops have been guarding peace in the region since then. No blood is being spilled here any longer," the Dniester Republic’s leader said.
Transdniestria leader says Russian peacekeepers will stay http://tass.ru/en/world/817719

Sep 01 10:46

Video suggests Texas man had hands raised when officers shot him dead

A man who was killed by sheriff’s deputies in San Antonio last week appeared to have his hands raised when officers delivered the fatal shots, according to newly released video footage.

Sep 01 10:46

War criminal Tony Blair could face grilling for ‘trying to save Gaddafi’ during Libya war

Former Prime Minister Tony Blair could be summoned before MPs to face allegations he offered to help rescue Colonel Gaddafi during the 2011 NATO-led military campaign against Libya.

Sep 01 10:40

Ethnic activist and “Constitutional crusader” Glenn Greenwald demands lawlessness on immigration

I write this piece with a heavy heart. As I have previously written, I have long held a great deal of respect for the lawyer, constitutional expert, and brilliant polemicist Glenn Greenwald. Seen from Europe, his articulate defense of civil liberties and a peaceful foreign policy presented a tantalizing alternative of another America to that of the swaggering, neoconservative-dominated administration of George W. Bush. But, as time goes on, the evidence mounts that Greenwald is marked by ethnic biases, conscious or not, which lead him to engage in vicious attacks against Anglo-American identities and, most seriously, to condone illegal immigration that is enormously threatening to the traditional peoples of the West.

Sep 01 10:37

Global markets are melting down

Global markets are getting smoked again.

The Dow is down 420 points (2.5%), the S&P 500 is down 51 (2.6%), and the Nasdaq is down 111 points (2.3%).

It was a bloodbath in Europe, with Britain's FTSE down 3.0%, Germany's DAX down 2.3%, France's CAC 40 down 2.4%, and Spain's IBEX down 2.6%.

Asian markets closed deep in the red, with Japan's Nikkei plunging 3.8%, Hong Kong's Hang Seng falling 2.2%, and China's Shanghai Composite tumbling 1.3%.

In the commodities markets, oil is getting slammed with WTI crude futures down 7%.

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Sep 01 10:32

Protesters are trying to block Marshal Bagramian avenue in Armenian capital Yerevan

Yerevan’s Marshal Bagramian Avenue is a scene of confrontation between protest demonstrators and police again. The current demonstration is being held by the civil initiative group calling itself No to Robbery! This group blocked the same street last June only to curtail political activity after a split among the protesters.
This time some 200 activists gathered in a park to discuss their tasks. The demonstrators are demanding cancellation of the August 1 electricity price hikes and a probe into the operations of Armenia’s electric power grids company - an affiliate of Russia’s Inter RAO.

Sep 01 10:32

Windows 10 a Window into Your Private Life? Michael Rivero - August 31, 2015

Sep 01 10:30

Farmers, affected by loss of Russian market, to go out to mass protests in Moldova

Moldovan agrarians, affected by the loss of the Russian market after Chisinau struck a trade agreement with the European Union, will join mass antigovernment protests due September 6, the leaders of organizations representing their interests said Tuesday.
"We called on the agrarians to go out to protests on September 6 to show we no longer want to put up with the state’s policy regarding the industry," Uniagroprotect chairman Alexander Slusar said. He said nearly half of the country’s agrarians will go bankrupt by the end of the year "to keep company to Moldovan Gastarbeiters who leave for Italy, Russia."
"Mass bankruptcies are to be expected. All is getting more expensive by 30-40%, most agricultural crops will yield on the average 60% less than last year due to the drought. In the current conditions, I think half of agrarians will go bankrupt," Slusar said.

Sep 01 10:28

US-Backed Nazis Threaten US-Backed Junta in Kiev, Throw LIVE Grenade At Police

Things are getting ugly in Kiev. Yesterday’s protests outside of the Parliament building in the capital city saw at least 122 people were hospitalized with 11 in critical condition, including one dead policeman, and at least 30 detained by security services, including one member of the US-backed fascist Svoboda Party who is said to have confessed to throwing a grenade into a crowd of riot police.

Sep 01 10:28

FLASHBACK - Black Man Who Tortures, Kills 2 White Teens Makes ‘Black Lives Matter’ Speech in Court

Sep 01 10:23

A Hot September for Catalonia

Sep 01 10:19

Mass protests against failing infrastructure shake Lebanon

Thousands have taken to the streets of Lebanon’s capital Beirut over two successive weekends to protest the mountains of trash that have lain uncollected for weeks. The authorities have responded violently, with the police firing tear gas, water cannon and rubber bullets, as well as live ammunition, and beating up the demonstrators, killing at least one person and injuring hundreds.

Sep 01 10:18

500th manned flight: Milestone space mission to blast off from Gagarin's launch pad

Preparations are underway at the Baikonur Cosmodrome to launch the 500th manned space rocket into orbit. The International Space Station will welcome three new crewmembers for months of hard work. But there will be time for some fun, too.
The Soyuz rocket is scheduled to blast off on Wednesday, with Russian (Sergey Volkov) and Kazakh (Aidyn Aimbetov) cosmonauts, and the first Danish astronaut (Andreas Mogensen) aboard.

Sep 01 10:17

Pennsylvania school district faces bankruptcy amid budget deficit

Many schools in the US state of Pennsylvania are on the brink of collapse due to the state government’s failure to pay subsidies.

Sep 01 10:08

Saving the Arctic? Kerry's roadmap not melting hearts in Russia, China & India

The US-led GLACIER environmental conference in Anchorage ended with a joint declaration calling for more international action to tackle climate change. China, India and Russia abstained from signing the document.
The Conference on Global Leadership in the Arctic: Cooperation, Innovation, Engagement and Resilience (GLACIER) that took place in Anchorage during the last days of summer has once again showed the division between leading nations over global climate change issues.

Sep 01 10:01

Exclusive: U.S. weighs sanctioning Russia as well as China in cyber attacks

The United States is considering sanctions against both Russian and Chinese individuals and companies for cyber attacks against U.S. commercial targets, several U.S. officials said on Monday.

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Soooooooo ... the same US Government that can't find Lois Lerner's IRS emails, cannot find Hillary Clinton's emails, cannot find the identity thieves, cannot find the ransomware creators, cannot break any encryption they don't have a back door in, is claiming to have proof beyond a reasonable doubt that Russia and China are hacking US computers sufficient to sanction these two nations in a desperate economic war to keep the world dependent on the US dollar? Because, if you believe THAT one, I have some of Saddam's nuclear weapons to sell you!

Sep 01 09:52

Labour leadership: Jeremy Corbyn wants to weaken the Queen's power

The Labour leadership front-runner said he wanted the Royal Prerogative to be subject to a veto by MPs in the House of Commons.

The Royal Prerogative, a set of customary powers officially held by the Queen, is handed to government ministers to enable them to take decisions without the backing or consent of Parliament.

Powers include appointing and dismissing ministers, signing treaties, accrediting diplomats and include the power for a Prime Minister to declare war.

Mr Corbyn described it as "a very convenient way of bypassing parliament" at a leadership hustings last week and said Parliament must have the final say over whether they can be exercised.

Sep 01 09:51


Daily Mail and Telegraph change headlines critical of Israel after claims arise Palestinian family photographed clashing with IDF soldier are known provocateurs and that incident was staged.

Sep 01 09:50


This video shows several women preventing an Israeli soldier from abducting a Palestinian child in the village of Nabi Saleh in the occupied West Bank on Friday.

The footage, shot by Bilal Tamimi, shows a masked soldier assaulting a child whose arm is in a cast.

Sep 01 09:50

Too big to Investigate: Vaccine industry now enjoying total immunity from all laws due to intimidated, corrupt lawmakers

November 2016, when American voters will once again cast their ballot for president, is still a long way off. However, judging by the rising popularity of the early frontrunners – “Independent” socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders on the Left and billionaire businessman Donald Trump, a non-politician if there ever was one, on the Right – one thing is apparent to this political scientist: an increasing number of people are fed up with “the Establishment” of both major parties.

Sep 01 09:50

U.S. Ambassador: 17,000 Syrian Refugees Waiting to Come Here

U.S. Ambassador Brett McGurk said that 17,000 Syrian refugees have applied to enter the U.S. and that the nation will likely take in “more” of them next year.

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Oh, sure .. MAKE the Syrians go through the proper procedure! :)

Sep 01 09:49

'No Russian jets sent to Syria' - military source on 'expeditionary force' report

No Russian jets were deployed to Syria in order to launch attacks against Islamic State militants (IS, formerly ISIS, ISIL) and Syrian rebels, a military source told RT, dismissing reports in Israeli media.

Sep 01 09:49

Good News for the Economy: Assley Madison Leak is Good for Hardware Store Business

Sales of pitchforks to female buyers have increased an average of 2.5 million percent after the much-publicized leak of a huge database containing several million email addresses of paying subscribers of Toronto-based cheating portal Madison's Asshole were dumped onto the web. MA's CEO has since resigned from the company citing conflicts of interest such as turning out to be a complete douchebag and a burning feeling from the waist on down.

When The Garlic's team of poker-faced reporters visited a random selection of hardware stores across the western part of the US, Washington DC as well as remote parts of southern Germany, customer service representatives unanimously reported they had completely sold out of chainsaws, extra large two-layer plastic bags, hydrofluoric acid, pitchforks, shovels, day-glo spray paint, XXL butcher knives and duct tape.

Sep 01 09:48

The one chart that shows stock markets only ever move this fast when there's about to be a recession

A Goldman Sachs analyst has spotted that the VIX index, which is used to see how fast US stock market prices are changing, is at a level it only usually hits when the US is in recession.

Krag Gregory, a Goldman analyst with four maths degrees who has been called 'the oracle of VIX', said: "While extreme VIX levels periodically occur, our analysis shows that VIX levels in the high- twenties to low-thirties for extended periods of time are rare outside of recessions."

Sep 01 09:47

Manhunt on for two suspects in shooting of Illinois cop

Police in Fox Lake, Illinois are searching for two men in connection with the shooting death of a police officer in the village. There may also be a third suspect involved, local news reports. The officer’s gun and pepper spray were taken.

A manhunt is underway for a white man and a black man who are considered to be armed and dangerous, authorities said. The third suspect may be a woman.

Sep 01 09:42

UK Labour Party steps up purge of suspected Corbyn supporters

Jeremy Corbyn is standing for Labour leader based upon the claim that the party can be won back from the right-wing course it has pursued since the mid-1980s.

Sep 01 09:42

US can’t deny Iran nuclear energy: Peace activist

The majority of foreign policy officials in the United States are supporting the Iran nuclear accord and have acknowledged that Washington cannot deny Iran’s nuclear energy program, a peace activist in Washington says.

Sep 01 09:34

Fmr. UK PM may face new charge for link with Libya dictator

Former Prime Minister Tony Blair may face new charge over his role in allegedly helping rescue former Libya dictator Muammar Gaddafi during Nato-led operation against the country.

Sep 01 09:32

Summer 2015 Was One Of The Least Hot On Record In The US

Meteorological summer is over. For the third year in a row, the number of 100 degree readings and their areal extent were near record lows in the US.

The frequency of 100 degree days in the US is down by 40% over the last century. Less than 3% of readings were over 100F, compared to more than 15% in 1936.

Similarly, the percentage of 90 degree days has also plummeted, and near record lows.

Just over 25% of stations reached 100 degrees sometime during the summer, compared to 75% in 1936. The area reaching 100 degrees is down 30% over the past century.

Sep 01 09:28

‘Japan as world’s 5th largest military makes geopolitics shift’

New legislation to allow the Japanese military to deploy overseas. The changes would allow troops to fight abroad for the first time since World War 2.

Sep 01 09:28

White students in Australia rejecting "multicultural" agenda, this is a problem apparently

According to Dr Christina Ho from Sydney’s University of Technology, White Students have not obeyed the command to become “multicultural”.

Sep 01 09:06

Holocaust-denying historian David Irving organises 'disgusting' £2,000-a-head holiday tours of former concentration camps and Hitler's HQ so people can 'make up their own mind about the truth'

Holocaust-denying historian David Irving has sparked widespread fury by organising 'disgusting' tours of concentration camps costing £2,000 for each participant.

The disgraced academic, who is a self-confessed fascist, is leading a tour group to sites in Poland such as Treblinka, Sobibor and Hitler's 'Wolf's Lair' headquarters.

Holocaust memorial groups have accused Irving of insulting the memory of those killed in the Second World War by spreading 'pro-Nazi propaganda' on the tours.

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Another fine example of objective unbiased reporting by the Daily Mail.

Sep 01 09:04

Cs-134/137 detected from 9 of 9 pond smelt samples in Gunma

From the report of Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare published on 8/24/2015, significant density of Cs-134/137 was detected from all of 9 pond smelt samples.

The sampling locations were Gunma prefecture. The samples were collected this August.

Because Cs-134 was detected from 8 of these 9 samples, it is clearly from Fukushima accident.

The highest reading was 62 Bq/Kg.

Sep 01 09:03

Chipotle Customer Files Class-Action Lawsuit Over Restaurant’s Alleged GMO Claims

A law firm in San Francisco has filed a class-action lawsuit against Chipotle on behalf of a consumer.

The suit alleges the high-end Mexican grill chain has been using GMOs in its food despite advertising that it is GMO-free. The lawsuit claims Chipotle’s menu has never been at any time free of GMOs.

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"Someone" wants to punish any food supplier using a GMO-free ad campaign!

Sep 01 09:00

BEX ALERT - Obama: Climate change increasing 'faster than we previously thought'

President Obama Monday night blamed human activity for disrupting the Earth's climate quicker than thought, while condemning climate change deniers.

"Human activity is disrupting the climate … faster than we previously thought," he told a group of global leaders assembled in Anchorage, Alaska, to discuss the impact of climate change on the Arctic. "The science is stark. It is sharpening. It proves that this once-distant threat is very much in the present.

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