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Apr 01 15:00

Hacking group may be NSA in disguise

evidence uncovered by security researchers suggests that a dangerous hacking collective is actually the National Security Agency (NSA).

The so-called Equation Group,

Apr 01 14:52

9-11 Hijackers Passports were issued by the CIA - US Consulate Whistleblower



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Apr 01 14:46

Over 100 People Were Killed by Police in March.

Have Police Gotten the Post-Ferguson Memo Yet?

Apr 01 14:46

In The Army, Now! Ukraine Officials Raid Dorms to Draft Students

Seventy percent of young people in some regions of Ukraine are evading military service as they are afraid of being sent to the conflict zone in the southeastern regions of the country.

Apr 01 14:33

Germany’s Merkel Comes Out as Basically a U.S. Agent

Eric Zuesse
RINF Alternative News

On Wednesday, April 1st, German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s cabinet approved a measure to bring fracking (the patents for which are owned mainly by “large American companies, including Halliburton, Baker Hughes and Schlumberger”) into Germany. This is a prelude not only to U.S. President Obama’s secret Trans-Atlantic Trade & Investment Partnership (TTIP) pact with Europe to subordinate national laws and regulations to trans-national mega-corporate panels that will be dominated by U.S. firms and that will override the participating nations’ environmental and labor regulations and consumer protections (and harm European economies generally), but it is also a major step toward removing Europe from Russia’s energy-market, and bringing U.S. and European oil companies to dominate there instead.

Apr 01 14:32

The Pro-GMO Lobby In Retreat

It has been such a tough period for the pro-GMO lobby that it’s difficult to know where to begin. But let us start by looking at two pieces of recent research that strike at the very heart of the pro-GMO argument, namely:

1) GM crops are needed to feed the world.

2) The GMO agritech industry is based on sound science and reasoned argument.



Apr 01 14:29

Fleece Force: How Police And Courts Around Ferguson Bully Residents And Collect Millions

the problems with municipal courts in St. Louis County extend far beyond Ferguson.



Apr 01 14:24

Sen. Robert Menendez indicted on corruption charges

"Robert Menendez, a U.S. senator, and Dr. Salomon Melgen, a Florida ophthalmologist, were indicted today in connection with a bribery scheme in which Menendez allegedly accepted gifts from Melgen in exchange for using the power of his Senate office to benefit Melgen's financial and personal interests,"

Apr 01 14:19

Asthmatic man, 24, dies during traffic stop in Detroit

Clark, who said he’s retained an attorney and is considering suing the city, speculated his son was driving erratically because he had trouble breathing.

“We’ve had to put him on (breathing) machines, and he couldn’t play sports because of his condition,” he said, adding his son was likely “grasping for air or reaching for his inhaler, which is why they said he was weaving.”

Clark said the morning after his son’s death, a Detroit Police lieutenant phoned and read to him the officer’s report, which said his son was handcuffed during the encounter.

“The officer said after he cuffed my son, he told him ‘I can’t breathe,’ and that they gave him his (inhaler),” Clark said. “He told them, ‘it’s not working; call EMS.’ Then my son dies right there.”

Apr 01 14:17

Iran Wants Removal of Crude, Banking Sanctions in First Step

Iran's deputy lead negotiator Seyed Abbas Araqchi underlined Tehran's irreversible demand for the termination of all sanctions under any possible deal with the six world powers, reiterating that his country insists on the removal of all economic, financial and crude embargoes in the first step.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Which is perfectly reasonable.




Apr 01 14:08

Raw Awakening: Prospects for Ukraine’s EU Integration Slipping Away to Vanish beyond the Horizon

The Maidan revolution involved grassroots into the process of power change. The integration with the European Union was promulgated as one of the main goals. The association agreement was a step on the way. It was signed on March 21, 2014. A year has passed, but there are no tangible results. The prospects for integration have become even murkier than they were back then.

Apr 01 13:44

Will Yemen kick-off the 'War of the two Blocs?'

This is not just a regional fight – it is a global one with ramifications that go well beyond the Middle East. The region is quite simply the theatre where it is coming to a head. And Yemen, Syria and Iraq are merely the tinderboxes that may or may not set off the conflagration.



Apr 01 13:37

Gulf of Mexico oil rig explosion leaves four workers dead

Four oil rig workers were killed and 16 injured when a fire broke out on an oil production platform in the Gulf of Mexico early on Wednesday morning, Mexico’s state-run petro-giant Pemex has said.

Apr 01 13:34

THE ALLIES AT GALLIPOLI: DEFEAT IN 1915, DISGRACE IN 2015

April 25 will mark 100 years since the Allies – the UK, Australia, New Zealand, and France – made their ill-fated landing on Turkey’s Gallipoli peninsula during WW1. Having barely gotten off the beaches after months of fighting, the Allies withdrew in defeat leaving over 44,000 dead and 97,000 wounded. As in recent years, thousands will flock from the Allied countries and elsewhere to Gallipoli for the Turkish-led April 24-25 commemorations. Numerous world dignitaries, including Australia’s and New Zealand’s prime ministers and Prince Charles, will also attend.



Apr 01 13:32

Ukrainian saboteurs preparing provocations — DPR Defense Ministry spokesman

The self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR) has data on subversive groups who, under the guise of militiamen, will stage provocations and open fire on Ukrainian positions, DPR Defense Ministry spokesman Eduard Basurin said Wednesday.

"Our intelligence service has obtained a document confirming these plans. This is an electronic version of the Plan of special operation in sector B obtained by our agent. The document has been signed and is effective now," Basurin said.

He cited a few excerpts from the document, which in particular say that "the key efforts during the special operation are focused on discrediting the governing bodies of the terrorist organization ‘Donetsk People’s Republic’ and convincing the population of Donetsk that ‘separatists’ are unable to ensure security in the city."

Apr 01 13:31

Amnesty International Whitewashes Venezuelan Opposition Abuses

Amnesty International's latest report on Venezuela calls for justice for the dozens of people killed during the unrest that shook the country a year ago, while using sleight of hand to deflect attention away from those responsible.

Apr 01 13:26

Deescalating the Conflict in Ukraine

What could you say about the recent statement by Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko on the recent de-escalation of the conflict in Donbass? Is this really happening? Will Kiev fully comply with the Minsk agreements? We hear continuous reports that Ukraine is building up its military strength with Western help. Will you, please, comment on the EU and US roles in this respect.

Apr 01 13:25

Americans seek 'war crimes' charges against Hamas leaders

Twenty-six Americans filed a complaint on Tuesday to the US Attorney General requesting the justice ministry prosecute Hamas leaders for "war crimes," the Israeli legal group representing them said.

Apr 01 13:18

China’s yuan doesn’t qualify to join IMF: US

The US treasury secretary says the yuan, China’s national currency, is not ready for the prime time and needs regulatory easing before qualifying to join the basket of reserve currencies of the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

Apr 01 13:09

Russian scientists plan new space expedition to study Jupiter's biggest moon

Russian scientists have been planning a new space mission to Ganymede — the biggest Jupiter's moon. The project undertaken jointly with Institute for Nuclear Research of the Russian Academy of Sciences is in a preliminary stage yet when the shape of a space apparatus and a set of scientific equipment on board are being planned and the main goals of the space project are being determined.
The scientists are to resolve the task of protection of the space apparatus from the most powerful radiation. Jupiter is an absolutely horrible planet in terms of radiation, which is hundred thousand times stronger near any of Jupiter’s moons than in the radiation field anywhere around the Earth...

Apr 01 13:05

US warships join Saudi attack on Yemen

The United States Navy has reportedly joined Saudi Arabia’s airstrikes against Yemen, according to a military source.

Apr 01 13:00

Palestinian woman sentenced to 70 months in jail

An Israeli military court on Tuesday sentenced a Palestinian woman to 70 months in jail, with a suspended sentence of 24 months, a local foundation said.



Apr 01 12:57

At least 62 children killed in Yemen violence over past week: UNICEF

At least 62 children have been killed and 30 injured during fighting in Yemen over the past week, the UN Children's Fund (UNICEF) said Tuesday.

Apr 01 12:57

USA and Saudi Arabia invade Yemen to defend their oil

Saudi Arabia, answering the call from Yemeni President Hadi, invaded Yemen. Huthis came out to the Gulf of Aden that raised very serious concerns in Saudi Arabia. The Huthis can take control of the Bab-el-Mandeb - the strait, on which tankers transport oil from the Persian Gulf to Europe and America. As soon as the military operation in Yemen started, oil prices soared.

The Saudis, having used the threat from the Huthis, won the support of the United States for the operation against Yemen. Saudi Arabia has thus struck a mediated blow on Iran that supports the Huthis. The United States is unwilling to ruin its ties with Iran for two reasons. Obama has staked his reputation by negotiating the Iranian nuclear program. He also hopes for Iran's help in curbing the Islamic State in Iraq. Nevertheless, the ally (Saudi Arabia) insisted Obama should announce the "logistical support" for the invasion of Yemen.

Apr 01 12:55

Defense Secretary: Nuclear Deal Won’t Preclude US Attack on Iran

In a highly controversial open letter earlier this month, a number of Senate Republicans warned Iran against signing a nuclear deal with President Obama, arguing the US couldn’t be trusted to keep the deal. They didn’t know how right they were.

Today, US Secretary of Defense Ash Carter sought to downplay the Iran talks, during remarks at Syracuse University, saying the deal wouldn’t have any impact on a potential US military strike on Iran.



Apr 01 12:54

Heavy Clashes Reported on Saudi-Yemen Border

Heavy clashes have been reported throughout Tuesday along the ill-defined border between Yemen and Saudi Arabia, as the Yemeni Houthi fighters clash with the Saudi invasion force in that region.

Apr 01 12:54

Joe Biden’s Israel stunner: American Jews should let Israel protect them

"No matter how deeply involved you are in the U.S. … there’s only one guarantee ... and that's the state of Israel"

Apr 01 12:51

Venezuelan Coup Plotter Gustavo Cisneros Donated $1M to Clinton Foundation

A recent report has emerged revealing that Venezuelan billionaire and media tycoon, Gustavo Cisneros, donated up to US$ 1 million dollars to the Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Foundation between 2009-2013, while Hillary Clinton served as Secretary of State for the Obama administration.

Apr 01 12:43

BRICS leadership passes to Russia, $100bn development bank ‘main priority’

As Russia assumes the chairmanship of the BRICS business council, the launch of the New Development Bank for its members will begin as an alternative to the US-dominated International Monetary Fund (IMF).



Apr 01 12:41

High fail: Afghan opium production rises as ex-Blackwater profits

Opium production has been on the rise in Afghanistan over recent years despite US counternarcotics efforts. Infamous mercenary firm, formerly known as Blackwater, has creamed off $569 million from the Pentagon in this unsuccessful drive.

The money the company received from US tax-payers was used for “training, equipment, and logistical support” for Afghan forces engaged in counternarcotics operations. These agencies included the “Afghan National Interdiction Unit, the Ministry of Interior, and the Afghan Border Police,” says a report from The Special Inspector General for Afghan Reconstruction, or SIGAR, cited by the Guardian.

Formerly known as Blackwater, and later rebranded as Academi, the notorious company has been the biggest beneficiary of counternarcotics expenditure in the war-torn country.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Nobody wants the opium to stop!

Apr 01 12:41

Conservatives will ‘rip up’ human rights laws, halt war crime claims, say Tory ministers

Soldiers will be safe from the “persistent human rights claims” that have dogged the British military for years because the Conservatives will “rip up” human rights legislation if they win the general election, two top Tories have pledged.

Defence Secretary Michael Fallon called for an end to what he called the “abuse” of the Human Rights Act to bring about costly inquiries into the conduct of British soldiers during wartime operations in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Apr 01 12:33

Coalition Denies Landing to Russian Evacuation Plane en Route to Yemen

The Arab Mayadeen news channel reported earlier on Wednesday that an international coalition led by Saudi Arabia prevented a Russian plane from entering Yemen to evacuate its nationals from the crisis-hit country.

Apr 01 12:32

EU warns of Saudi attacks’ alarming impact on civilians

EU foreign policy chief, Federica Mogherini, has warned about the alarming impact of the ongoing Saudi attacks on the civilian population in Yemen.

“The attacks on hospitals and medical facilities ... as well as the deliberate targeting and destruction of private homes, education facilities and basic infrastructure cannot be tolerated,” Mogherini and EU humanitarian aid commissioner, Christos Stylianides, said in a statement on Wednesday.

Apr 01 12:30

EU Surprised About Kiev Plans to Spend Loan on Border Wall Construction

In early April, Ukraine plans to start wall building on the border with Russia. Brussels is not delighted about the fact that Kiev will spend a substantial part of the EU aid package for this purpose.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Does the phrase "Maginot Line" ring a bell?

Apr 01 12:25

Kerry to Negotiate with Iran Until Thursday - US State Department

US State Secretary John Kerry is trying to reach a political agreement on Iran's nuclear program and will stay in Lausanne, Switzerland until at least Thursday morning to continue negotiations.

Apr 01 12:25

No, Really, Monsanto Has a "Discredit Bureau"

A company functionary discusses Monsanto's 'Ministry of Truth'

It stands to reason Monsanto would have a propaganda wing that disseminates information and decimates those who stand in the way. Snippets of proof have surfaced before. Although shrouded in secrecy, this time someone from the company got a little too gleeful at the thought of "debunking" naysayers whether they be scientists, activists, bloggers or you.

Apr 01 12:24

McCain's Obstructing US Policy in Iran Talks is 'Treason' - Alan Hart

Alan Hart, a former ITN and BBC Panorama correspondent spoke to Sputnik regarding the suggestion made by Republican US Senator, John McCain about the nuclear deal with Iran.

Alan Hart, a former ITN and BBC Panorama correspondent and now an author covering Middle Eastern issues, spoke to Sputnik regarding the suggestion made by Republican US Senator, John McCain, that Israel should “go rogue” regarding the nearing nuclear deal with Iran.

“Does he really believe the propaganda nonsense that he speaks?” said Hart regarding McCain’s suggestion.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

At the very least. McCain is in violation of the Logan Act!

Apr 01 12:20

Witnesses: Police Let K-9 Maul Handcuffed Unconscious Man’s Face as they Beat Him to Death

Ricardo Garcia, another eyewitness, is outraged. “The guy was out cold,” stated Garcia. “They punched him, stomped him, kicked him and then they let the dog out of the car. The dog bit him on his face and around his body. There’s no call for that. Once a man is handcuffed and unconscious, you should have stuck him in the patrol car and take him to the police station. Instead, they decided to beat him right here.”

White was taken into custody around 11am Tuesday morning and died shortly thereafter.

Vineland Police Chief Timothy Codispoti has not released any details about the incident but has offered condolences to the family of the victim.

Apr 01 12:18

LA area police executives met their counterparts in Israel on ADL mission

Three senior law enforcement officials in the Pacific Southwest Region participated in an Anti-Defamation League counter-terrorism training program in Israel in September 2014.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Now you know why the American police treat the American people the way the IDF treats the Palestinians!

Apr 01 11:54

Federal Agents Arrested for Bitcoin Money Laundering and Fraud

Two former federal agents have been charged with money laundering, wire fraud, and related offenses during their investigation of the online black market, Silk Road. Former DEA special agent Carl Force allegedly abused his authority by stealing from the government and selling sensitive information to the target of their investigation, while former Secret Service special agent Shaun Bridges reportedly diverted over $800,000 Silk Road bitcoins into his personal account instead of confiscating the funds as government property. By taking advantage of encrypted communications, multiple aliases, and hacked administrator accounts, these federal agents operated in the shadows and above the law

Apr 01 11:45

NAT GEO BEX - Antarctica May Have Hit Highest Temperature on Record

Webmaster's Commentary: 


I used to love National Geographic and not just for the pictures of topless native girls. I no longer bother buying it.

Apr 01 11:44

Reggie Middleton - Greece Most Dangerous Threat to the Global Economy

Could we have another financial disaster this fall? Financial expert Reggie Middleton contends, “There are a lot of powerful forces trying to kick the ball down the road, but the longer you kick it, the greater the recompense when it’s time to pay the piper. The most dangerous threat to the global economy would be a contagion from Europe and from Greece, but not because Greece defaults. This is the danger Greece causes, and that is Greece’s success is by far the greatest danger. Suppose Greece drops out of the Eurozone, and there are going to be hard times, and they pull it off . . . then every other country that is subjected to extreme austerity say why in the world are we allowing ourselves to be subjected to this by the Troika and Germany? Greece was able to pull out . . . and they did no worse than they did while being subjected to austerity. Then, now they are truly a sovereign nation. . . .

Apr 01 11:42

April Is Here, But Spring Weather Remains Elusive

This was a brutal winter. I don’t use superlatives too much, but unless you are old enough to remember 1904, than the past three months have been the coldest and in most cases snowiest, you have ever experienced. The past 12 weeks have forced us to further hone the term “hardy New Englander”

It looks like Providence, Worcester and Portland will all end up with the coldest January through March period on record and even though by some measures that time period isn’t entirely winter, it might as well be.

Apr 01 11:41

Spring is taking its time to arrive in Southwestern Pennsylvania

March 2015 had a bit of lamb to it at mid-month, but the lion roared back by the end when temps plummeted, setting a cold-temperature record Monday.

Arctic air swooping down from Canada has chilled Southwestern Pennsylvania unmercifully for the past two months.

And it's not done yet, according to the National Weather Service Pittsburgh.

Apr 01 11:38

CNY says goodbye to one of the coldest months of March on record

It's official: Central New York just wrapped up another Top 10 coldest months of March.

March 2014 was the fifth-coldest March on record. March 2015 has become the eighth-coldest, with an average temperature of 26.8 degrees. That's 7.2 degrees below a typical March.

That comes after February marked the coldest month in the history of the weather records, which date back to 1902. The average temperature in February 2015 was 9 degrees, nearly 17 degrees below normal.

Apr 01 11:37

This Month was One of the Coldest Marches on Record

After looking deeper into the data, I found that the past two months were the coldest February-March in recorded history in Providence!

Apr 01 11:37

Frigid March among the coldest on record for New Jersey

In fact, this March was the 12th coldest on record with average temperatures statewide of 35.6 degrees and only three-tenths of a degree warmer than March of 2014, according to New Jersey State Climatologist Dr. Dave Robinson.

Apr 01 11:36

Providence off to a record-cold start

With an average temperature of 26 degrees, Providence set a record for cold over the first three months of 2015, according to the National Weather Service.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"But really, it's scorching everywhere else. Why, in both the Arctic and Antarctic it's so hot you would be amazed, and we know you can't go there to check for yourself, so just take our word for it that humans are warming the planet and the heat is just hiding at the poles, in the deep ocean, and so forth.

And don't forget to pay your carbon tax!" -- Official White Horse Souse

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Apr 01 11:09

Liberty University students faced $10 fine if they skipped Ted Cruz presidential speech

Every politician likes a packed house, and when Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, announced that he was officially running for president this week, he got one. About 11,000 students at Liberty University in Virginia were on hand when Cruz came to their campus. But as Jess McIntosh, the spokeswoman for the abortion rights group Emily’s List noted, they weren’t there necessarily by choice.

Apr 01 11:03

Identify One Of The Attackers Of The Offices Of The NSA

Security features of the NSA fatally shot one of the suspects, while the second was seriously injured.

Authorities in Maryland identified as Kevin Fleming a man who was injured near one of the entrances of military complex where work premises of the National Security Agency (NSA) at Fort Meade, Maryland, where another man passed on ied.

http://whatisusa.info/identify-one-of-the-attackers-of-the-offices-of-...

Apr 01 10:57

Federal judge denies FOIA request for secret CIA document

A federal judge has determined that the CIA can keep secret a closely guarded internal analysis at the center of an intense fight between the agency and Congress.

Apr 01 10:37

Jewish UK Politician Calls for Obama Kidnap

As Michael Collins Piper reported over three years ago, “Andrew Adler, editor and publisher of The Atlanta Jewish Times—joining an ever-more-boisterous chorus of angry voices—wrote a column declaring Israel had three options (all violent) to ensure its security. The first option was to attack its enemies in Hezbollah and Hamas. The second was to attack Iran. The third option: ‘Give the go-ahead for U.S.-based Mossad agents to take out a president deemed unfriendly to Israel in order for the current vice president to take his place, and forcefully dictate that the United States’ policy includes its helping the Jewish state obliterate its enemies.’”

Now, another Jewish radical, Jeremy Zeid, a UK Independence Party’s (UKIP) candidate, said Israel should “do an Eichmann” on U.S. president Barack Hussein Obama.

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Apr 01 10:13

Iran Nuclear Talks Extended to Wednesday, Negotiators Say

The United States and its negotiating partners on Tuesday extended their deadline for reaching a preliminary accord with Iran on its nuclear program until Wednesday.

But that one-day extension came with a White House warning that the Obama administration was prepared to step back from its diplomatic efforts if it concluded that the initial accord could not be reached.

Apr 01 10:08

Boycott Israel

As Israel's illegal occupation of Palestinian lands grinds on, economics and commerce are becoming new battle lines, an embargo being the latest weapon of resistance for Gaza and the West Bank.

Apr 01 10:05

Meet the man who can stop the TPP’s Internet censorship plan

A huge leak just revealed that the TPP would establish a secretive, shadowy international court that could be used by Big Media giants to kick Internet users around the world offline.

Apr 01 10:01

Propaganda on Steroids: Iran Might have “Secret Nuclear Weapons in North Korea”?

It is unclear that a nuclear deal between the U. S. and Iran will take place. However, if there is a deal, it is guaranteed that those who opposed it from the start will try to sabotage it. The Republicans and several Democrats in Washington, the Likud government of Benjamin Netanyahu and special interest groups such as American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) do not want any deal that will benefit Iran’s peaceful nuclear program because they say that Iran wants to build nuclear weapons.

Apr 01 09:59

Monsanto pledges $4 million to help save monarch butterflies

According to a study by the Center for Food Safety, close to 99 percent of milkweed in the Midwest’s corn and soybean fields has been destroyed by pesticides such as Monsanto’s Roundup, the most common herbicide in American agriculture today, used in tandem with the company’s genetically-engineered Roundup Ready crops. Milkweed plants are the only spots where monarch butterflies lay eggs and the only food source for their larvae.

Since Roundup’s introduction, the number of monarch butterflies has drastically dropped, from one billion in 1997 to 56.5 million this past winter, according to the Center for Biological Diversity. The finding was cited in a February lawsuit filed by the National Resource Defense Council (NRDC) against the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), over the agency’s approval of Roundup for use.

Apr 01 09:56

?Remove US military bases from Latin America - UNASUR chief

Latin American countries should discuss removing all US military bases from their soil, a top official of integration organization UNASUR suggested. The issue may be discussed next month at the upcoming Summit of the Americas in Panama.

The Summit of the Americas on April 10 and 11 is to be attended by regional leaders, with 31 nations already confirming attendance. UNASUR Secretary-General Ernesto Samper suggested that the summit would be a good place to “reassess relations between the US and South America.”

“A good point on the new agenda of relations [in Latin America] would be the elimination of US military bases,” the former Columbian president told the news agency EFE.

He added that the bases were “a leftover from the days of the Cold War and other clashes.”

Apr 01 09:51

America's Future: Being Crushed By A Mountain of Ever-Growing Debt

America, without question, is drowning in a sea of debt, barely holding its head above water. There is the massive national debt of the U.S. government, personal/consumer debt, student debt, and an increasing number of U.S. cities and states that are in debt over their heads.

Apr 01 09:49

World-famous scientist Jane Goodall condemns GMO food and fraudulent industry 'science'

If Europe weakens its standards to allow the cultivation and import of untested genetically modified organisms (GMOs), it will be making a monumental and irreversible mistake based on corporate lies and pseudoscience. This was the emphatic warning recently given by primate expert and world-renowned scientist Jane Goodall, who boldly came out in condemnation of efforts at the political level to usher more "Frankenstein Food" into Europe against the collective will of the European people.

Apr 01 09:48

San Diego sues Monsanto for poisoning environment and wildlife with toxic chemicals

The city of San Diego, California recently initiated a lawsuit against Monsanto, home of GMO-produced foods, dangerous chemicals such as glyphosate and of course, denial.

The lawsuit was filed in federal court claiming that Monsanto is polluting the San Diego Bay. Officials from San Diego allege that chemicals, including polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), have been found in both water samples and in the tissues of marine life living in the area. The complaint also alleges that these Monsanto chemicals, some of which were banned over 30 years ago, are still active in the city's waterways.

Apr 01 09:44

Border patrol agent arrested on child molestation charges

The probable cause statement states early Friday in Chandler the mother of three girls saw Cole coming out of her 12-year-old daughter's room and said "... he was looking for towels to take a shower." The mother then spoke to all three of her daughters ages five, 12 and 14. All of them had gone to bed before Cole arrived.

The 5-year-old told her mother and then described more to police about a bald man whom she said "pulled off my panties." She said he touched her private area with an object. The 14-year-old also said she saw a man, believed there was "a man presence" in her room and it wasn't her mother's boyfriend.

The statement says Cole works for the Border Patrol. Cole did not answer the mother's calls, then pleaded for her to call back in a voicemail.

Chandler Police arrested Cole Friday night.

Apr 01 09:43

Right-wing Website Reboots to Fight Harper's Anti-terror Bill C-51

A controversial right-wing Internet forum, which muted its members' posts after a series of defamation lawsuits, will start-up once again to fight Bill C-51 and Stephen Harper, according to its founder.

Connie Fournier, founder of Free Dominion, said there are many Canadian conservatives who don't support the proposed Anti-Terrorism Act. The long-time Conservative party supporter and former volunteer said she is considering casting a vote for the New Democrats over the issue.

Fournier said the NDP is the only major party with a position on the bill that she can support.

"I feel like we're in some kind of alternate universe," she said. "You spend your life working for the Conservative party, and the Conservative party finally gets in, and [now] you're saying, 'I hope the NDP really steps up and protects us from our Conservative government.'"

Apr 01 09:43

New Discovery Reveals Egyptians Brewed Beer 5,000 Years Ago in Israel

Over a dozen pits used to store ancient beer have been found by archaeologists in Tel Aviv. This archaeological find from approximately 5,000 years ago is reportedly the first evidence of an “Egyptian occupation” in the center of Israel, writes news site The Daily Star.

Many pottery pieces were located in 17 pits under a building site in Tel Aviv, Israel. The broken basins were used 5,000 years ago to make and store beer - an alcoholic brew with a long and widespread history dating back millennia.

Israeli Antiquities Authority excavation director Diego Barkan said that these basins would have been used to hold beer during the Early Bronze Age, from 3500 to 3000 BC.

Apr 01 09:42

Obama Signs Order Creating New Cyber Sanctions Program

President Barack Obama on Wednesday created the first-ever sanctions program to penalize overseas hackers who engage in cyber spying and companies that knowingly benefit from the fruits of that espionage, potentially including state-owned corporations in Russia and China.

"Cyberthreats pose one of the most serious economic and national security challenges to the United States," Obama said in a statement after signing an executive order creating the sanctions.

Apr 01 09:36

Holocaust Denial Laws: Evidence Inadmissable, Defense Forbidden

In the speech, Stolz discusses her experiences as a defence lawyer for so-called Holocaust deniers in Germany, and describes the Orwellian system of state-enforced repression there which denies defendants (and their lawyers!) the right to explain themselves under threat of additional charges for the “repeat offence” of expressing a forbidden idea, even in their own defence in a court of law. Stolz further relates how the subject of the Holocaust itself has never been clearly or adequately defined by the German courts through the normal channel of judicial findings-of-fact in precedent decisions. Instead, the courts have relied on the arbitrary doctrine that the facts of the Holocaust are “self-evident” and thus in no need of proof, despite the obvious objection that the arguments of the “deniers” themselves clearly demonstrate that those facts are indeed contestable and thus cannot be “self-evident” by definition.

Apr 01 09:30

Stolen Valor: Fake Delta Force vet cons parents of abducted children

The founder and director of a group that advertised itself as a non-profit organization with a mission to locate and rescue children who were abducted and/or missing was arrested Tuesday morning in Brooklyn, New York, and was charged with wire fraud before U.S. Magistrate Judge Gabriel W. Gorenstein. according to a statement by U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara. The suspect may face additional charges since he passed himself off as a former special forces veteran who served with the U.S. Army's elite Delta Force.

Apr 01 09:29

Operation Decisive Storm in Yemen May Not Be So Decisive

The Gulf Cooperation Council, known as the GCC, is continuing its Saudi-led, U.S.-backed air campaign in Yemen to bring Yemeni President Mansur Hadi back to power. He is at this time in exile in Riyadh. Yemeni foreign minister, in the meantime, is calling for ground invasion against the Houthis. According to the UN, so far almost 100 civilians have been killed since the fighting began last week.

Just days after the air campaign began, the Arab League announced the creation of a military force that would intervene in conflicts to protect the national security of Arab states, which probably means to fight against the allies of Iran, and on behalf of the interests of the Saudi-led GCC.

Apr 01 09:21

Don’t Fall for the “Recovery” Myth

Apr 01 09:19

Palestinian funds seized: Israel accused of more war crimes

A human rights group in Ramallah has dubbed Israel's seizure of nearly $400m of funds belonging to Palestinians - for acceding to the International Criminal Court - a "war crime" prosecutable by the Geneva-based tribunal.

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Apr 01 09:14

Activists Save Mexico From Water Privatization

The ruling party (PRI) and its allies, the National Action Party (PAN), the Partido Verde and New Alliance, were forced to back down in the Chamber of Deputies. The privatization offensive launched this time against water, will have to wait for another day—preferably for its promoters, not around elections.

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Apr 01 09:13

Market Momentum Slows As Stocks Struggle

Apr 01 09:10

Terrorism, Violence, and the Culture of Madness

George Orwell’s nightmarish vision of a totalitarian society casts a dark shadow over the United States. The consequences can be seen clearly in the ongoing and ruthless assault on the social state, workers, unions, higher education, students, poor minorities and any vestige of the social contract.

Apr 01 09:08

Tories Plan To Destory Human Rights Laws

Soldiers will be safe from the “persistent human rights claims” that have dogged the British military for years because the Conservatives will “rip up” human rights legislation if they win the general election, two top Tories have pledged.

Apr 01 09:07

France Moves in the Direction of Banning Cash

One country that is leading the charge against its people is France, who hide behind the illusion that the changes they are moving towards are simply an effort to combat terrorism. Again, “the war on terrorism” has become the common scapegoat that western governments have used whenever they are taking away privacy or ramping up control over its people.

Come September, France will begin more closely monitoring its citizens’ transactions and withdrawals of money. People will not be able to make cash payments of more than 1,000 euros in one transaction, this is down from the already low 3,000 euro limit.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The western nations are heading into a major financial reset, and governments are moving to be able to locate the wealth of their citizens for eventual confiscation, which is why we are being forced to use electronic transactions, shopping cards, etc. We ran an article yesterday that said much of the NSA's prying into the lives of Americans is to locate people's wealth for eventual confiscation. Of course, before they do that, they have to confiscate the guns, so that we may be robbed with impunity.

Apr 01 09:06

AI INTERNS: SOFTWARE ALREADY TAKING JOBS FROM HUMANS

People have talked about robots taking our jobs for ages. Problem is, they already have – we just didn't notice FORGET Skynet. Hypothetical world-ending artificial intelligence makes headlines, but the hype ignores what's happening right under our noses. Cheap, fast AI is already taking our jobs, we just haven't noticed.

Apr 01 09:05

Abenomics Flops (Again)

Apr 01 09:05

Meet Wall Street's next headache:

Apr 01 09:05

Loan firms sell financial secrets to cold-call conmen... Vulnerable people desperate for cash bombarded by calls 60 times a DAY

Highly sensitive financial details from loan applications are being sold to scammers and cold-calling firms, the Mail can reveal.

Details of how much money applicants asked for, why the cash was needed and why the application was rejected are all being stored on lists and traded.

Vulnerable people desperate for cash are then bombarded up to 60 times a day by cold callers and targeted by scammers who have apparently obtained access to the data. The loan records of more than 3,000 applicants were passed to undercover Mail reporters by one data firm.

When the Mail contacted people on the spreadsheet, they said their lives had been made a misery since they applied for the loans. Some said they have been targeted by scammers because their bank details had been made widely available.

Apr 01 09:01

AT&T charges more for fiber internet if Google's not in your town

Only weeks ago, AT&T announced gigabit fiber broadband service in Kansas City for $70/month. Granted, customers have to give up their right to privacy to get that rate, but at least it’s the same price being charged by Google Fiber, which also happens to operate in KC. But when it comes toAT&T’s impending gigabit offering in Cupertino — the land of Apple — that $70/month rate is nowhere to be found; probably because Google Fiber is not around.

Apr 01 09:01

This Is What Liberals Now Want To Do To The NYPD And Their Guns

An anti-cop group want’s to disarm the NYPD, force police out of “their” neighborhoods and replace them with “conflict resolution bodies.”

Apr 01 09:01

How the corporate media keeps history hidden

While I have always been puzzled at why Americans endorse the existence of a religious and therefore discriminatory nation, Israel, and at why we give more of our tax-money to that nation than to any other; and while I would not pretend to be an authority on those matters; I was stunned on 31 March 2015 to read a news report at counterpunch, “American Historical Association Censors Ad for Book on Israel, Palestine & the US Keeping ‘Hidden History’ Hidden,” by Alison Weir, someone I’d never heard of before. She says there that AHA refuses to accept a paid advertisement for her historical book about the U.S.-Israel relationship — a historical matter that I have always found puzzling, and so was curious to know more about.

Apr 01 08:58

NETANYAHU AND BOEHNER CHANGE PLACES

Seems like a new phenomenon exists today ….

Israeli politicians campaign for reelection in the USA

WHILE

American politicians do their campaigning in Israel

Apr 01 08:58

ADL BLASTS JON STEWART’S REPLACEMENT EVEN BEFORE THE SHOW AIRS

Comedy Central stands by Jon Stewart’s replacement Trevor Noah as rightwing sites suggest he has a “Jewish problem.” The real problem is that he is likely to be critical of Israeli militarism.

Since his appointment was announced Monday by Comedy Central, Noah has come under fire for past tweets about Jews and Israel, including one from 2010 that read “South Africans know how to recycle like Israel knows how to be peaceful.”

As I always say; ‘If the sandal fits, wear it!’

Apr 01 08:44

Forget aliens, meet the 'INTRAterrestrials': Strange new viruses discovered beneath the ocean floor

Those hoping to meet an alien creature may well do better to look beneath the waves than beyond our own atmosphere.

Scientists have discovered strange new organisms that infect the primitive forms of life that live deep below the ocean floor.

While examining species of bacteria that thrive on the fossil fuel deposits deep inside the Earth - known as archae - they have found a new type of virus that infects them.

They now believe it may be viruses like this that actually hold the secret that have allowed archae bacteria to adapt to some of the harshest environments on Earth.

Apr 01 08:42

The Lusitania and WW I - The Big Lie That Tricked America Into a Big War!

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Something to keep in mind while listening to the screeches about eeeeeevil Russia and eeeeeevil Iran and eeeeeevil ... whoever that needs to be attacked!

Some of the war material the Lusitania was smuggling to Britain.

The advertisement taken out in the New York papers by the German government warning passengers not to sail on the Lusitania as it was a legitimate target of war.

Apr 01 08:39

Dick Cheney: No Good Can Come From Iran Nuclear Talks

Former Vice President Dick Cheney attacked the Obama administration over its effort to seek an agreement with Iran over its nuclear program, and said that the next president needs to repair the U.S.’s relationships with Europe and the Middle East.

At a Republican Party dinner in this New Jersey suburb Tuesday night, Mr. Cheney said he was worried about the state of the affairs in the U.S. under President Barack Obama’s tenure.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"He refuses to do what Netanyahu TELLS him to do!!!"

Apr 01 08:38

OECD Economic Review Chair Warns, Central Bankers "Are Doing More Harm Than Good, Policy Must Be Reversed"

"I fear that central bankers may have been inadvertently drawn into what they are currently doing... [QE] won't work and may have many undesired side effects that will build up over time. Many of the central bankers at Davos this year said explicitly that they were only buying time for governments to act but, seven years into the crisis, it already seems we have been waiting forever... the effectiveness of monetary policy in terms of stimulating aggregate demand goes down with time, because you're constantly bringing spending forward from the future... Logically, at this point, central bankers should say, "We are doing more harm than good. This policy must be reversed." But I don't see anybody actually doing it."

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