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January 23, 2016

Jan 23 09:09

Dale City Virginia Blizzard - 1/23/2016

Jan 23 09:05

These 22 Conservatives Just Declared ‘War’ On Donald Trump On Front Page Of Popular Magazine

A host of conservatives are trying to derail the campaign of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump through a National Review cover story that denounces Trump. The article questioned his knowledge of key issues, criticized several major Trump policies, and said Trump is not a candidate who embodies bedrock conservative principles.

The list of conservatives opposing Trump includes Glenn Beck, David Boaz, L. Brent Bozell III, Mona Charen, Ben Domenech, Erick Erickson, Steven F. Hayward, Mark Helprin, William Kristol, Yuval Levin, Dana Loesch, Andrew C. McCarthy, David M. McIntosh, Michael Medved, Edwin Meese III, Russell Moore, Michael B. Muskasey, Katie Pavlich, John Podhoretz, R. R. Reno, Thomas Sowell and Cal Thomas.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Latest word is that the anti-Trump issue triggered a flood of cancellations for the National Review.


Jan 23 09:02

Russian 'Opposition' Who Take Money From Abroad Are Traitors

The head of Russia's Chechen Republic says people working against the state, its constitution and territorial integrity must be punished to the fullest extent of the law.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

We need some of that here with all these Friend of Israel!"

Jan 23 09:01

Poroshenko May Be Open to a Deal with Moscow

Running out of options, Poroshenko may be looking to turn East. But with Ukraine's ultra-nationalist radicals strongly positioned in post-Maidan Ukraine, he may not be able to

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The whole point of the US-backed coup in Kiev was to prevent Ukraine from merging with Russia and drag it into the slavery of the European Union. And now, after all the blood and money poured into Ukraine for the last 2 years, the installed US puppet moves closer to Russia!

Jan 23 08:51

Above Law: Refugees in Sweden Can Drive Cars ‘Without Driver’s License’

From now on refugees can drive vehicles without having to show a driver’s license when stopped by police, the Swedish newspaper Fria Tider reported, citing Sveriges Radio.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Like the US, Europe is treating the immigrants better than the native born population!

Jan 23 08:48


A Republican attorney in Illinois, a supporter of Ben Carson, on Friday filed a motion with the Illinois State Board of Elections to have Sen. Ted Cruz’s name removed from the official Republican primary ballot for the Illinois GOP presidential primary set for March 15.

The legal challenge confirms fellow candidate Donald Trump’s argument that the issue of eligibility to be president under Article 2, Section 1 of the Constitution will dog Cruz as the Texas senator pursues the GOP nomination for president, and possibly a subsequent White House bid.

Jan 23 08:47

Here is our letter to the New York Times concerning the failure of the newspaper to report the Israeli Defense Minister’s preference for the ISIS terrorist organization

s there a reason why the Times has not reported the January 19 statement of Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon that he prefers that ISIS take over Syria, if it is a choice between ISIS and Iranian forces?

As you know, if ISIS were to conquer Syria, the Christian and Alawaite populations in that country would be nearly exterminated.

Jan 23 08:46

Seven years on from Obama’s first drone strike, civilian victim describes his ordeal

Today marks seven years to the day since President Obama’s first drone strike in office, which he was reportedly informed afterwards had killed innocent civilians.

Jan 23 08:45

Airbnb told to cease profiting from Israel’s war crimes

Airbnb, the popular travel website, is the target of a new campaign against its listings of accommodation in the settlements built by Israel in the occupied West Bank.

Five organizations launched a campaign called Stolen Homes on Wednesday calling on Airbnb “to immediately stop listing vacation rentals in Israeli settlements, all of which were built on stolen Palestinian land and deemed illegal under international law.”

Jan 23 08:45

Protest shuts down Israel lobby group at Chicago LGBTQ conference

On Friday evening, dozens of people occupied public spaces in the Chicago Hilton hotel to protest the presence of an Israel lobby group and the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency at the National LGBTQ Task Force’s Creating Change conference.

Jan 23 08:44

Activists pull out of Chicago LGBTQ conference over Israel pinkwashing

Black Lives Matter Chicago has added its voice to protests over the National LGBTQ Task Force’s inclusion of an Israel lobby group in its Creating Change conference in Chicago this weekend.

Jan 23 08:43

Netanyahu at Davos: Syria "best case scenario benign balkanization"

Is there such a thing as "Benign Balkanization"
Benign; not causing death or serious injury: not causing harm or damage
Let's think of the violence inflicted on Palestinians by Jewish terror groups before and after the UN decided to benignly balkanize Palestine?

Jan 23 08:42

Fact Check: Was Hillary Clinton fired from Watergate investigation?

Zeifman said that Rodham wrote a fraudulent legal brief, and confiscated public documents.

After the Nixon impeachment investigation was finished, Zeifman fired Rodham and said he refused to give her a letter of recommendation.

According to the Calabrese column as reported by TruthOrFiction.com, Zeifman said he regrets not reporting Rodham to the appropriate bar association.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Interesting piece of propaganda that lays out the facts and quotes, then tries (unsuccessfully) to cast doubt on it all.

Jan 23 08:36

Report: "Every Major US City East of the Mississippi” Is Underreporting Heavy Metals In Its Water

Just when the news about lead poisoning the drinking water of Flint, Michigan, couldn’t get any worse. A report from The Guardian says many US cities are systemically and purposely downplaying the amounts of lead and copper in municipal water systems.

Jan 23 08:35

Red lines and dollar signs: the business of the Syrian War

A damning report on the conflict of interests in the Syrian Crisis debate identified numerous corporate and defense industry ties of experts and think tanks who commented on potential military intervention. Much of the debate over Syria got underway in 2013, when not only were the conflicts-of-interest and military-industrial complex ties of these “consultants” and “experts” rarely disclosed, but the ideas they expressed were mere permutations of an ideologically narrow spectrum of U.S. and Western neo-conservative interventionism.

Jan 23 08:35

Pregnant women are being warned not to travel to the Olympics in Brazil after a virus causing thousands of babies to be born with unusually small heads swept through the region.

Researchers have linked the rise in Microcephaly, a neurological disorder in which infants are born with smaller craniums and brains, to the Zika virus, a mosquito-borne disease first seen in Africa in 1947.

Jan 23 08:33

BREAKING THE COMEX: First The Collapse Of Registered Gold Stocks, Now Silver??

As we can see in the chart, the trend has been lower, with a cliff-like decline at the beginning of 2013. This was during the time when the gold price fell from $1,650 to $1,150 in just six months. Savvy traders who were trying to exit their gold positions by getting the best possible price, did so by knocking the price down by over $100 on many days. Nothing like exiting a trade strategically… CNBC style.

Regardless, the Registered Gold inventories fell from 5.3 Moz in 2006 to a lousy 275,000 oz today. We must remember, Registered Inventories are gold stocks that are ready to be delivered into the market. Some analysts may say this really isn’t that big of a deal because there is still 6.4 Moz worth of gold at the COMEX.

While this is true, I would imagine most of that 6+ Moz of Eligible Gold stocks are held in tight hands. And who knows of much of that 6.1 Moz of Eligible Gold stocks are actually there at the COMEX or how many claims on put on each ounce?

Jan 23 08:31

FLASHBACK - 1927-1933 Chart of Pompous Prognosticators

"We will not have any more crashes in our time."
- John Maynard Keynes in 1927

Webmaster's Commentary: 

When Obama said "anyone who says our economy is not strong is peddling fiction" in the SOTU address, I think most of us who know what's really going on recognized it as a propaganda blunder that would be remembered for decades. In that same category of colossally stupid pronouncements about the economy, you may enjoy this collection of "overly optimistic" statements by politicians, businessmen, and economists from the Great Depression era!

Jan 23 08:31

If this isn’t the start of the crisis, just imagine how bad the real crisis is going to be.

William White is a central banker who used to be on the BIS management committee. And this makes him a key member of the global financial establishment.

It’s not too often that central bankers are particularly transparent with the public.

Ben Bernanke famously told the world in July 2005 that there wouldn’t be a nationwide decline in home prices in the United States.

Then just a few months later when home prices did fall, he told Congress that the adverse effects of the housing market were ‘contained’ and wouldn’t affect the broader economy.

He was dead wrong on both accounts. And one of the biggest financial crises in history broke out shortly thereafter.

Central bankers seem to always miss the crisis just around the corner.

Jan 23 08:28

Why do JP Morgan and Goldman Sachs want desperately to keep the UK in the European Union?

JP Morgan and Goldman Sachs want Britain to stay within the European Union and they are spending money to make sure the UK stays. Surprise. It is odd (perhaps not so odd) that so much of the banking and political establishment in British Europe (forgive me Britons, I was taught that one should never call a Brit a “European” but I’m making a point) is so vehemently pro-European Union. The lockstep (goosestep?) push by some to further integrate with Brussels, to give up even more sovereignty, to further reduce Britain’s stature in the world is striking.

Jan 23 08:25

WOW National Review Has Sent Out a Letter About Cancellations in the Wake of the Trump Attack Edition

Last night, National Review published a special edition of its magazine, devoted to attacking Donald Trump. Less than 12 hours later, NR publisher Jack Fowler sent the below letter to "friends of the magazine." This is a very unusual letter. It suggests to me that cancellations to the magazine must be pouring in because of the Trump attack edition.

Jan 23 08:16

Clinton Foundation took massive payoffs, promised Hammond Ranch and other publicly owned lands to Russians along with one-fifth of our uranium ore

As it turns out there’s a lot more to the story behind the Malheur Wildlife Refuge–a whole lot more–and this article is just the tip of the proverbial iceberg.

Jan 23 08:14

An 11 year old boy survived the Gas Chambers during the Holocaust 6 times!

Flashback: Moshe Peer was an 11 year old boy during World War II and the horrific events that were the Holocaust. Peer was sent to the infamous Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, which featured a gas chamber where hundreds of thousands of Jewish people were killed.

Jan 23 08:11

The woman who “slid down the chute” into an Auschwitz gas chamber

We were then taken by tipper-type lorries to the gas chamber chute. They were large lorries, about eight in all and about 300 persons on each lorry. On arrival at the gas chamber the lorry tipped up and we slid down the chute through some doors into a large room. The room had showers all around, towels and soap and large numbers of benches. There were also small windows high up near the roof. Many were injured coming down the chute and lay where they fell. Those of us who could sat down on the benches provided and immediately afterwards the doors of the room were closed. My eyes then began to water, I started to coughing and had a pain in my chest and throat. Some of the other people fell down and others coughed and foamed at the mouth. After being in the room for about two minutes the door was opened and an S.S. man came in wearing a respirator. He called my name and then pulled me out of the room and quickly shut the door again.

Jan 23 08:11

Rand Paul suddenly discoves he has a father, in last minute desperation antics

Rand also has discovered he has a father, who happens to be respected by the youth and by many voters. Rand issued a statement today that included this: 'Rand Paul will host the 'Revolution Continues Rally' at the University of Iowa on Sunday, January 31, 2016. Rand Paul will be joined by special guest Ron Paul, and together they will focus on energizing the youthful base by discussing the importance of protecting the entire Bill of Rights and being boldly for conservative ideals that limit the powers of the Washington Machine.' Thanks, Rand. You dropped the libertarian torch a long time ago that your father was trying to hand you, Those of us that are long time libertarians have no use for your last minute desperation antics.

Jan 23 08:02

Holocaust survivor to speak to Belen students about the freedom of forgiveness

Eva Mozes Kor was 10 years old when she was sent to the Auschwitz concentration camp. Her parents and two older sisters perished, but Kor and twin sister Miriam survived the gas chambers to serve as part of Dr. Josef Mengele’s ghastly genetic experiments.
Note: Another miracle holocau$t survivor.

Jan 23 07:56

‘Hana’s Suitcase’ packs a powerful tale of the Holocaust

Seattle Children’s Theatre is staging “Hana’s Suitcase,” the true story of a Tokyo museum coordinator whose detective work reunited a man in Canada with an artifact belonging to his sister, who perished in the Holocaust.
Note: These holocau$t liars and lies should be criminally prosecuted! To damage the minds of these innocent children is an unforgiveable sin!

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January 22, 2016

Jan 22 22:38

Israel’s Right-Wing Comes Out, Slurs Flying, Against US Ambassador Shapiro

While addressing Israel’s leading national security think tank on Monday, U.S. Ambassador to Israel Daniel Shapiro offered a harsh, relatively unprecedented assessment of the country’s apartheid legal system.

After the speech received media coverage in Israel, Netanyahu shot back: “The ambassador’s statements … are unacceptable and wrong.”





Jan 22 18:21

One Doctor Has Been Battling Government To Expose Flint Water Crisis For Months

Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha is a hero. Though it’s possible you haven’t heard her name yet, you probably will soon — she’s responsible for ringing the original alarm bell about the lead contamination of Flint’s public water supply.

Jan 22 17:34

Hillary Clinton Seeks Neocon Shelter

In seeking to put Sen. Bernie Sanders on the defensive over his foreign policy positions, ex-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is embracing a neoconservative stance on the Middle East and gambling that her more hawkish approach will win over Democratic voters.

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Jan 22 17:30

At least five dead, one person in custody, in La Loche school shooting

Saskatoon StarPhoenix:Right now, La Loche is devastated,” said an emotional First Nation chief after at least five people were killed and a suspect was taken into custody after a daytime shooting at the community school in the northern Saskatchewan community.

Jan 22 17:26

Job cuts mount as global economy falters

Major corporations around the world announced sharp cuts in their labor forces this past week. The job reductions come amidst growing signs of a general economic crisis, as commodity prices and share values plummet.

Jan 22 17:11

Report: "Every Major US City East of the Mississippi” Is Underreporting Heavy Metals In Its Water


Jan 22 16:51

Lottery winner aged 20 murdered in home invasion

A young lottery winner has been murdered during a robbery at his home.

Craigory Burch Jr, 20, scooped almost half a million dollars in the Georgia state lottery Fatasy5 draw in November.

On Thursday night, armed raiders broken into Burch's home, where he was with his girlfriend and children, WALB reported.

The three masked robbers burst into the property and held Burch at gunpoint and demanded his wallet, girlfriend Jasmine Hendricks said.

Jan 22 16:46

Ukraine and USA to take efforts to stop Russia's Nord Stream-2 gas pipeline project

Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko held talks with US Vice President Joseph Biden on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum in Davos. After the meeting, Poroshenko stated that Kiev and Washington intend to prevent the implementation of Russia's North Stream-2 project. The project stipulates the construction of two lines of offshore gas pipeline from Russia to Germany. 'Ukraine tries to act and raise gas transit prices, that shows its noncompetitiveness in the market. The Ukrainian pipeline is being destroyed, and will keep to. Thus, the European companies subscribed to the construction of the Nord Stream-2. And none of the European or American companies expressed a wish to take part in the modernization of the Ukrainian gas transportation system,' Sergey Pravosudov explained. 'Thus, Poroshenko can say everything he wishes, but not all of the decisions in the EU are taken by him. The US threats are also clear, they are afraid of the Russia-Germany union.

Jan 22 16:46

Deagel - United States of America

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This is the website Mike in Vermont mentioned, and the forecast for the US is indeed troubling.

Go to the country rankings page and hit "2025 forecast".

UPDATE: This site may be bogus.

Jan 22 16:43

A Russian startup allows Americans to test air quality

A Russian startup offers a service to analyse and forecast air quality in towns and cities. It's currently available only in a few major cities in the U.S. and Europe, but developers expect it will be in great demand on the mobile health market...

Jan 22 16:41

Governor Knew About Flint Water Poisoning for Nearly A Year, Tried To Shift Blame

“Somebody needs to go to jail for this, man.” Redacted emails released Wednesday by Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder show that his administration was informed of problems with Flint’s water almost a year ago, many months before the embattled governor or his staff begrudgingly admitted to bearing any responsibility for poisoning a city - or for fixing the problem. “They’re poisoning an entire community. A generation of kids will never recover from this. And it’s all just to save a few dollars. They played a game of chess with our lives and we lost.”

Jan 22 16:33

Land of the Greed; Home of the Slave — Paul Craig Roberts

Not content to bully weak countries, Washington threatens powerful countries such as Russia, China, and Iran with economic sanctions and military actions. Consequently, much of the non-Western world is abandoning the U.S. dollar as world currency, and a number of countries are organizing a payments system, World Bank, and IMF of their own. Some NATO members are rethinking their membership in an organization that Washington is herding into conflict with Russia.

Jan 22 16:22

UK authorities are ‘not immune from the law’

Neither the British Army nor the British government are above the law when it comes to Britain’s legacy in Iraq, law firm Leigh Day has said.

The company was criticized by Prime Minister David Cameron on Wednesday for pursuing what some are calling spurious allegations of abuse by British forces on Iraqis.

Jan 22 16:22

Michigan residents sue Gov. Snyder after being lied to about toxic lead in their drinking water

The people of Flint, Michigan, are suing Governor Snyder, the city of Flint, and the state for injuries obtained from drinking lead-contaminated water – water which was been known to be harmful, yet which went ignored. As a result of this blatant shunning of public health, there have been legionnaires’ disease outbreaks (87 since June 2014 to be exact, 10 of which have led to death).

Jan 22 16:22

Fury over pro-EU leaflet posted through YOUR door riddled with 'fear' propaganda

CLAIMS in a new leaflet that if Britain leaves the European Union there will be a hike in food bills have been branded “project fear” scaremongering by Brexit campaigners.

Britain Stronger in Europe (BSE), the lead pro-Brussels organisation in the EU referendum campaign, has made the claim in a leaflet sent to 10 million homes.

Jan 22 16:19

The UK has missed out on 'TRILLIONS' of pounds in trade due to EU membership

He found that a number of small, independent countries that apparently had no "collective clout" were still successful in agreeing trade deals.

Chile, Korea, Singapore and Switzerland had all been more successful than the EU in agreeing trade deals with other countries, the report showed.

The report said: "This data gives no support to the view that small independent countries are less able to negotiate with large economic powers, or that the latter are less willing to negotiate with them, and no support either to the view that they will be slower in concluding such agreements.

"Those particular disadvantages for smaller, independent countries are clearly imaginary, and along with it surely the notion that the UK would be unable to negotiate agreements on its own."

Jan 22 16:19

‘Save us Bill Gates!’ Satirical video game slams billionaire’s philanthropy

Anti-poverty campaigners have launched an online video game satirizing Bill Gates' global philanthropy and featuring a pixelated version of the billionaire flying across stereotypical African landscape.

‘Save us Bill Gates’ was released on Friday by UK campaign group Global Justice Now in a bid to highlight the business magnate’s role in international development.

Jan 22 16:18

EU could go UNDER in 6 WEEKS, Dutch PM claims as France admits 'we weren't built for this'

THE Dutch prime minister said the future of the European Union could be decided in just six weeks if the bloc doesn't get a handle on the migrant crisis, as panicking France begs Britain to stay in the union.

"The Eurotanic may have hit an iceberg, but please stay on-board."

Jan 22 16:14

George Osborne warned he faces legal action if Government tries to fix EU referendum

GEORGE Osborne has been warned that he will face legal action if the government tries to fix the European Union (EU) referendum by publishing skewed or false information about the alternatives to staying in.

Jan 22 16:05

Davos Q&A: ‘ If Trump is the Republican Nominee’ Obama Won’t Get His Asia Trade Deal

FP: Will the Trans-Pacific Partnership be done before Obama leaves office?

Behravesh: TPP will be priority for the Obama administration. There is support for it on both sides of the aisle. However, if Trump is the Republican nominee, then the chances of passage will be lower.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

One more reason to support Trump!

Jan 22 16:03

No prison time for woman who left nephew in hot car

Deported!!! What the......!

ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) – The day care worker, who left her nephew in a hot car, killing him, will not spend any time behind bars.

The long-running case finally came to an end Friday with prosecutors bending over backward to help keep her out of prison and to keep her from being deported.

Jan 22 16:02


“The President cannot simply announce sweeping new rules and implement them by giving a speech or issuing an executive memorandum”

Jan 22 16:02

Pollard to meet with US Jewish leaders

Recently paroled American naval analyst Jonathan Pollard will hold a historic meeting at a New York synagogue on Monday with US Jewish leaders, many of whom worked tirelessly for his release for 30 years.

Jan 22 15:56

Ron Paul Says to Watch the Petrodollar

By Nick Giambruno

“The chaos that one day will ensue from our 35-year experiment with worldwide fiat money will require a return to money of real value. We will know that day is approaching when oil-producing countries demand gold, or its equivalent, for their oil rather than dollars or euros. The sooner the better.” – Ron Paul

Ron Paul is calling for the end of the petrodollar system. This system is one of the main reasons the U.S. dollar is the world’s premier reserve currency.

Essentially, Paul is saying that understanding the petrodollar system and the forces affecting it is the best way to predict when the U.S. dollar will collapse...

Jan 22 15:53

El Chapo Arrest Won’t Change Narco-Governance in Mexico

John Mill Ackerman says the real problem facing the rule of law in Mexico is Obama’s blind support for the Nieto government.

Jan 22 15:52

Catherine Pugh: Police Officers Should Live in Baltimore

Cpverage of the race for mayor in 2016 with State Senator Catherine Pugh discussing her take on tax breaks for developers, police reform, and how to implement a living wage in Baltimore

Jan 22 15:45

State tries to delay Clinton email release, blaming snowstorm

The State Department on Friday sought to delay its final release of emails from Hillary Clinton’s personal server, blaming a massive snowstorm hitting Washington as well as an internal “oversight.”

In a court filing, the department asked a federal court to delay by a month the Jan. 29 deadline for it to release the last batch of roughly 55,000 pages of Clinton’s emails believed to be work-related.

Jan 22 15:33

Kerry believes sanctions against Russia could be lifted in 2016

The U.S. may be able to consider lifting sanctions imposed on Russia over its involvement in Ukraine later in 2016 if the Kremlin complies with the Minsk peace agreements, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said on January 22 at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. While the original peace accord, which was signed in February 2015 in Minsk, was due to be completed by the end of 2015, a new timetable has not been set.
Kudrin: Sanctions against Russia could start to ease late 2016-early 2017 http://rbth.com/business/2016/01/22/kudrin-sanctions-against-russia-co...

Jan 22 15:32

Entertainment Weekly 1-12-16… “Fox’s X-Files revival has controversial new theories”

“The most eyebrow-raising moment in the premiere is when O’Malley brings the 9/11 terrorist attacks into his conspiracy framework. “9/11 was a false flag operation,” O’Malley declares on his Truth Squad with Tad O’Malley show, echoing on Infowars theory.

Jan 22 15:31

Putin slams Big Pharma and GMO foods

Vladimir Putin stated in a report prepared by the Security Council that Russians should be protected from GMO foods and pharmaceutical companies “at all costs.” The Russian leader judged that human evolution is at “grave risk” and that Western powers are “intentionally decelerating the process for personal gain,” YourNewsWire reported.

According to the report, Putin believes that “we as a species have the choice to continue to develop our bodies and brains in a healthy upward trajectory, or we can follow the Western example of recent decades and intentionally poison our population with genetically altered food, pharmaceuticals, vaccinations, and fast food that should be classified as a dangerous, addictive drug. We must fight this. A physically and intellectually disabled population is not in our interests,” the report revealed.

Jan 22 15:31

Russia cuts investments in U.S. bonds by $20 billion since 2014

Russian investments into American treasury bonds have decreased by $20 billion over the last year. This information comes from data recently published by the U.S. Department of the Treasury. In November 2015 Russia held $88 billion in American bonds, while in November 2014 the amount was $108.1 billion. In April 2015 investments into American government bonds totaled $66.5 billion, however, after that the country started gradually increasing investments in them again. Russia takes 15th place worldwide in terms of the amount of American bonds it holds. The first place belongs to China: in November 2015 that country owned more than $1.2 trillion in bonds.

Jan 22 15:22

Litvinenko: The Russophobia show must go on

The hype from the British media has reached hysteria point yet again - the media version of pre-menstrual tension mixed with post-natal depression-cum-the desire to find an international ogre (a nice big "them") to justify the "us" at home. More drum banging, more hype, more Russophobia and more plain, unadulterated and libelous bullshit, which one hopes will be followed with lawsuits to clear the name of Russia's President, which towers above the mudslinging guttersnipes manning the British media... The western media in general, and the British media in particular, have evolved little since the days of the witch hunt. An airplane crashes in very suspect circumstances (with two military aircraft seen and filmed tailing it) and lo and behold, we have close-ups of Dutch mothers blaming "Mr. Putin" some three thousand kilometers away.

Jan 22 15:20

Sanders Proves the Pundits Wrong

The problem with applying conventional wisdom to political campaigns is that it can suddenly be upended by an unconventional campaign.

Jan 22 15:16

America's chemical-soaked, hormone-filled meats impede trade deal with Europe

Earlier this year, many people in the United States were angered over the fact that the USDA was on board with having US chickens sent to China for processing, then shipped back to the States for human consumption. Questionable food practices in China, as well as the illogical nature of such an elaborate import/export process, rendered Americans' stomachs -- and finances -- uneasy.(1)

How interesting it is then, that the United States, which fears China's iffy food security, is now entertaining signing a bill which is providing Europe with those same fears. The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP), if signed and passed, is poised to create a global megamarket of 800 million consumers spanning from Hawaii to Greece and Alaska to Finland.(2)


Jan 22 15:05

China prepares nuclear strikes against US

Lyle Goldstein, Associate Professor in the China Maritime Studies Institute at the U.S. Naval War College in Newport, Rhode Island, claims in his article for the National Interest that China is ready to deliver a nuclear strike on the US territory. One particular graphic of the Chinese ballistic missile strikes by nuclear-armed rockets against the United States, published in the Naval & Merchant Ships counts for a lot! There are even marked the best points for a hit in New York, that would make the Chinese nuclear arsenal more effective. The Chinese Navy is also being developed on a long-term horizon and is being equipped with nuclear capabilities. This data, according to the National Interest, confirms that Beijing works on some of its far-sighted nuclear plans to become a reality one day.

Jan 22 15:01

Qatar's bubble to burst any moment

It is an open secret that Qatar is one of the main sponsors of Syrian terrorists. It should be noted in fairness that Qatar was attempting to play the role of a mediator since the beginning of the conflict in Syria. Qatar suggested keeping Syrian President Assad in office while restricting his powers to the benefit of the government. Qatar offered to keep Assad the chief of the armed and security forces of Syria to subordinate the police to the prime minister. In essence, Qatar offered Syria to refuse from secular principles and divide the Syrian people on the basis of confessional principle...

Jan 22 14:59

The New Black Militants

Chris Hedges sits down with two activists from Ferguson’s Hands Up United, Rika Tyler and T-Dubb-O, to discuss the oppression of Black people in and around Ferguson, and the importance of international solidarity in the fight for racial justice.

Jan 22 14:59

14 Presidents Before George Washington and 7 Black Presidents Before Barack Obama

Jan 22 14:57

The Emerging Dystopian Republic: Systems Engineering the Human from Birth thru Death

Here in the United States there is a significant convergence of events that together are catalyzing the development of a future dystopian, deterministic republic. The survival of this system-and its primary mission to retain unmatched global military and economic dominance--will depend largely on channeling individuals, and clusters of individuals, into life-slots to meet the system's needs, not individual aspirations based on some mythical American dream (which, like the Gods of old, will eventually fade away). Individuals/groups will be subjected to life-long genetic testing, health monitoring and performance based measurements of effectiveness at study, work or play. They will be engineered to support the system.

Jan 22 14:52

US Air Force keeps A-10 Thunderbolt attack aircraft for possible war with Russia

he United States has decided not to decommission A-10 Thunderbolt attack aircraft against the backdrop of ongoing operations against the Islamic State and a "resurgent Russia". First Deputy Chief of Staff of the US Air Force, General David Goldfein, told Defense News that the plans to decommission the A-10 were presented in the draft budget for fiscal year 2015. "When we made the decision on retiring the A-10, we made those decisions prior to ISIL, we were not in Iraq, we were coming out of Afghanistan to a large extent, we didn't have a resurgent Russia," Golden said. The US Air Force will have to make a difficult decision. On the one hand, one needs to remain vigilant, on the other hand, one needs to cope with budget problems. The A-10 Thunderbolt is a US single-seat twin-engine attack aircraft, the serial production of which was discontinued in 1984. The aircraft was designed to destroy tanks, armored vehicles and other ground targets.

Jan 22 14:49

US Generals disappointed: NATO preventive strike to split upon Kaliningrad

The US generals are concerned over an unprecedented fortification of Kaliningrad, according to the Italian newspaper Il Giornale. Now the military group in this isolated region from the main part of the Russian Federation is capable of delivering a decent response to the NATO's preventive strike. While the alliance keeps advancing emphatically to the borders of Russia, a powerful defence system, which is able to set a no-fly zone for a considerable distance, has appeared in the Kaliningrad region. Thus, a third part of the Polish air space can be blocked. Il Giornale says Pentagon has been actively watching the region since 2012, but realized the real scape of the Russian Forces deployment just lately.

Jan 22 14:47

Clintons For Prison 2016: Perverts And Murderers

Jan 22 14:45

FLASHBACK - Litvinenko Case: "Lugovoy NOT GUILTY in Litvinenko DEATH" - UK lie detector EXPERTS




Jan 22 14:18

Chief Israeli rabbi calls for executing Palestinians

Days of Palestine, Jerusalem –Chief Israeli Rabbi Shmuel Eliyahu has called for executing Palestinians in order to afford safety for the Israeli occupation states.

“Israeli army has to stop arresting Palestinians,” he posted on his Facebook wall, “but, it must execute them and leave no one alive.”

Jan 22 14:15

Poroshenko: "The Trident Will Return to Donbass and Crimea"

Ukraine can only be unitary, trident and yellow-blue flags will return to Donbass, to Crimea and Sevastopol. This was stated by Poroshenko in an address, published on the occasion of day of Catholicity.

Jan 22 14:06

Robert Gates, 'Odds are pretty high' that Russia, China and Iran have compromised Hillary's server

Jan 22 14:01

Planned Parenthood Sold Hearts and Brains of 18-Week-Old Babies Minutes After Aborting Them

A shocking new report reveals the Planned parenthood abortion business in Wisconsin lied about and attempted to cover up its sales of body parts of aborted babies. The new report reveals Planned Parenthood sold the hearts and brains of 18-week-old aborted babies to the University of Wisconsin and harvested the body parts just minutes after aborting the babies.

Jan 22 13:57

New York Times - America’s Best Days May Be Behind It

The idea that America’s best days are behind us sits in sharp tension with the high-tech optimism radiating from the offices of the technology start-ups and venture capital firms of Silicon Valley. But it lies at the heart of the current political unrest. And it is about to elbow its way forcefully into the national conversation.

Jan 22 13:55

United Airlines shuts down operations from D.C. to N.Y.C. ahead of storm

United Continental Holdings Inc.’s United Airlines will shut down operations at airports in the Baltimore, New York City, Philadelphia, and Washington, D.C., areas through Saturday ahead of a winter storm expected to drop as many as two feet of snow in parts of the East Coast.

The shutdowns will affect operations out of Baltimore-Washington International, LaGuardia, Newark Liberty International, Philadelphia International, Washington Dulles International, and Washington National, United UAL, +3.33% said. The company said it hopes to resume operations on Sunday.

”Expect additional delays and cancellations at all airports in the storm’s path,” United said. It directed fliers to check its website for a list of airports affected.

Jan 22 13:55

Germany Should Be Colored, Refugees Should Be Gifted Flowers, Anyone Who Thinks Otherwise Is a Nazi

"In Germany there is a saying: never wake the Russian bear and the Deutscher Michel. At the moment our Michel is still sleeping, says Mr. Weber. "Russian bear wakes up in case something threatens mother Russia. The first American soldier who puts his foot on Russian soil, will not survive. Nobody will survive. As soon as the Russians see a threat, they instinctively unite and are ready for any sacrifice. With this no one can ever do anything. I like the Russian story of the ataman, where the Crimean Khan sent the Persian-beauty, and he threw her into the Volga. What was his name?" "Stenka Razin", I laughed. "It was not like that, but she was thrown into a river. Sure enough." "You see. Your bear is quite logical. But the Deutscher Michel is a simple peasant boy, but it is useful to brainwash anyone. If you build it right, it will go to conquer Europe or march to perdition in Russia itself.

Jan 22 13:51

U.S Troops Go to Sy-Raq to Reinforce Democracy

The coalition will involve ground troops in the fight against the terrorist group IS in Syria and Iraq, said the U.S. Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter. As was reported by the Agency Reuters, referring to TV channel CNBC, "Carter said a ground operation will be a part of a strategy to combat ISIS in Iraq and Syria". "We do a lot, because we have to do a lot, because we have to defeat ISIS. I'm sure we'll manage, but I want to speed up this process", — said Carter. Earlier, U.S. President Barack Obama said that the U.S. is not going to get involved in new large-scale war in Syria and Iraq. Also, during his address to the nation on December 7th, Obama said that it would lead "to the death of thousands of troops and the draining of resources".

Jan 22 13:49

Grand Mufti of Saudi Arabia Announces Chess as a Sin

Chess is contrary to Islam, and therefore considered sinful. This statement was made on television by the Supreme mufti of Saudi Arabia Abdul-Aziz Ibn Abdullah al ash-Sheikh, reports The Guardian. According to him, chess provokes animosity between players. "Chess is included on the list of gambling, it's a waste of time and money, and is the reason for hatred and enmity among the players," said the Mufti. He likened chess to gambling, together with idolatry, spirits and divination forbidden by the Koran. The publication stressed that a complete ban of the game is unlikely. Most likely, chess will be announced as a "minor blemish," like music. According to The Guardian, over a period of time the game has been banned in Iran, but now it is rehabilitated. As a rule, Muslim preachers do not refuse religion in chess, however, stakes are strictly prohibited.

Jan 22 13:48


The question stems from an exclusive Infowars interview earlier this month in which former Secret Service agent Dan Bongino reported that Clinton continued using her private email to discuss classified information despite knowing her server had been compromised.

“A source fed to me… and by the way Alex, an unimpeachable source by any measure… This is an unimpeachable source who said, ‘Not only was the email server hacked,’ which is breaking news… but not only was it hacked Alex, but the Clintons knew it was hacked and they kept using it,” he said.

Jan 22 13:47

Did Einstein's Wife "Discover" Relativity?

Einstein's plagiarism was widely known and publicly discussed just prior to the time the Nobel committee awarded Albert Einstein the Nobel Prize in 1921. Rallies had been held in Germany where Nobel laureates condemned Einstein. Professor Oskar Edvard Westin, of Stockholm, informed the Nobel Foundation Directorate of the unoriginality of Einstein's work, its metaphysical delusions, and of the accusations of plagiarism outstanding against Einstein, some of which Einstein never denied.

Jan 22 13:44

Women suspected of drugging men, stealing Rolexes, Hollywood police say

Police in Hollywood say they're looking for two women suspected of drugging two men and stealing their Rolex watches after they met at a bar.

Local media outlets report that the men told detectives they met the women the night of Jan. 7 at the Porterhouse Bar & Grill in Sunny Isles Beach and invited them back to a man's Hollywood home.

Officer Meredith Elrich says the men believe they were drugged after the women made them drinks.

When the men awoke the next morning, Elrich says they realized their watches were missing, as well as five other watches that had been inside a safe at the home. The watches are worth approximately $70,000.

Jan 22 13:44

Russian Marines Arrive at Kuweires Airport

The first batch of Russian Marines have arrived to the Kuweires Military Airport as part of an advisory unit that is meant to overlook the Syrian Arab Army’s military operations against the Islamic State of Iraq and Al-Sham (ISIS) in the Aleppo Governorate’s eastern countryside. According to a field source with the Tiger Forces in the Al-Bab Plateau, a little less than 50 Russian Marines were deployed to the Kuweires Military Airport on Thursday morning after a short stint in the Latakia Governorate that included trying and advising the new recruits from the National Defense Forces (NDF). While the military source was unable to provide much detail regarding their contingency, he did inform Al-Masdar News that the Russian Marines brought their heavy weaponry with them, including several missiles that were housed in the Kuweires warehouses near the helicopter airfield.

Jan 22 13:42

British Parliamentarians pay Homage to Dick Cheney

On 3rd December 2015 at the United States Capitol in Washington a statue was unveiled in honour of Richard “Dick” Cheney, former vice President to George W. Bush. In line with all other past vice-presidents a marble bust will now rest alongside all other United States vice-Presidents.

Coincidentally, the previous day witnessed the British parliament, specifically the House of Commons, inadvertently honour Cheney in the debate on whether to extend the military intervention aimed at ISIS in Iraq into ISIS’s supposed heartland in Syria.

Jan 22 13:34

Expert says $7 bln IMF loan makes possible for Ukraine to stabilize currency exchange rate

The crisis in the foreign trade was developed not least because of serious decline in trade turnover with Russia, the expert said. "This is loss of billions dollars," Suslov added. The free trade zone agreement between Ukraine and the European Union effective from January 1, 2016 "will not save the situation at once, because it will lead to further decline of currency earnings because of canceled duties on European goods," Suslov said. The situation will also be aggravated by the banking crisis, the expert said. "Expected bankruptcy of fifty more banks in 2016 will result in outflow of funds from the banking system, increasing the currency demand and exerting an extremely adverse influence on the hryvna rate," he added.

Jan 22 13:33

Russia’s new manned spacecraft to be 3.5 times cheaper than US Dragon

Russia’s State Corporation Roscosmos intends to spend over 58 billion rubles ($734 million) on a new manned spacecraft or 3.5 times less than NASA has allocated to SpaceX on the Dragon space vehicle, according to a document published on Friday. The promising new-generation transport spaceship developed by Energiya Rocket and Space Corporation is designed to deliver humans and cargoes to the Moon and near-Earth orbital stations The spacecraft will have a crew of up to four persons. The new space vehicle will be able to operate autonomously for up to 30 days and its flight as part of an orbital station can last up to one year... As was reported earlier, SpaceX will receive $2.6 billion from NASA to develop the Dragon 2 manned spaceship.

Jan 22 13:30

Syrian government forces launch offensive in 10 directions due to Russian operation

Out of 15 directions, offensives are launched in 10, preparations for launching an offensive are underway in 3 directions, and 2 directions are on the defense, Russia's Chief of General Staff says. However, militants continue receiving supplies of weapons and ammunition from other countries, he added noting that terrorists’ finances considerably shrank as Russian jets continue bombing convoys of fuel trucks and oil extraction facilities. "In general, if we describe the dynamic of military actions on the Syrian territory, I would say that government forces hold strategic initiative and initiative in most directions, that is they are conducting active military actions. Sooner or later ISIL will be defeated". http://tass.ru/en/world/851615

Jan 22 13:27

Kremlin refutes media reports that Moscow offered Assad to resign

"No, this did not happen," Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told TASS. The Financial Times wrote today citing unnamed sources in Western intelligence services that Colonel-General Igor Sergun, director of Russia’s GRU military intelligence service, went to Damascus and deliver a message from Russian President Vladimir Putin and ask Assad to resign. According to FT, Assad refused. Sergun passed away on January 3 aged 59.

Jan 22 13:23

Anti-government protests in Moldova

On January 21, riots occurred outside the parliament in Moldova where the new government was endorsed. Thousands of opposition supporters stormed the building saying the cabinet was illegal. Later, supporters of the opposition Party of Socialists, Our Party and the Dignity and Truth (DA) civic platform staged a picket of the building. Moldova’s political crisis has been smoldering since September 2015, when the first protest rallies swept Chisinau. They have already resulted in the arrest of a former prime minister, leader of the Liberal-Democratic Party Vlad Filat on corruption charges and the dismissal of the Valeriu Strelet-led Cabinet.

Jan 22 13:23

Spain: Rajoy Turns Down Offer to Form New Government

Spain's incumbent conservative Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy turned down an offer Friday by King Felipe VI to try to form a new government following last month's inconclusive elections, the Royal Palace said.

The palace announced the decision shortly after the monarch met with Rajoy to wrap up a week of talks with party leaders before nominating a candidate.

Jan 22 13:20

Now the bankers’ triumph is complete

The UK release this week of the Oscar-nominated The Big Short, based on Michael Lewis’s book of the same name, is a fitting bookend to a time when we still believed that the broken financial system might be fixed. But the banks have won. Not a single “top banker” has been jailed and few, if any, have had to return undeserved bonuses. Measures taken since 2008 are being watered down before our eyes and, most dangerous of all, the deeper causes of the crash remain essentially intact. The Occupy movement should call a reunion so we can have a ceremony to bury all remaining hope.

Jan 22 13:19

Video: The Deeper, Uglier Side of TPP

In his State of the Union address, President Obama said the Trans-Pacific Partnership was about staying on top as a global economic power, but a close look at the text shows how that only applies to multinational corporations.

Jan 22 13:18

Sanders is no longer an underdog

Hillary Clinton's supporters and allies are now attempting to paint the same picture: You might like Sanders now, but if this self-proclaimed democratic socialist actually becomes the nominee of the party, he will not only get clobbered, but drag down the entire Democratic ticket. Do you want that to happen? You are being dreamy and idealistic; that's commendable, but totally unpractical and unrealistic.

Their message is: Wake up and face the facts. Sanders will not only lose and lose big, but any chance that the Democrats will regain the Senate (they need to pick up four seats) is out the window. Sanders is just plain unelectable.

This cry will become even louder if Sanders wins the first two contests (Iowa and New Hampshire).

Jan 22 13:18

Kiev decides to fine Russia's Gazprom for $3.4 bln

Ukraine’s Antimonopoly Committee has decided to fine Russian company Gazprom for 85 billion hryvnia (about $ 3.4 billion), the committee’s Chairman Yuri Terentyev said on his facebook page. "Today we have made a decision about the abuse of dominant position on the natural gas transit market with the use of the main pipelines on the territory of Ukraine by Gazprom company as a monopoly buyer. The amount of fines is 85 billion hryvnia,"-Terentyev said.
Germany helped in negotiations on Ukraine’s $3 bln debt to Russia — Ukrainian minister http://tass.ru/en/world/851564

Jan 22 13:17

Bernie Sanders: Hillary Clinton is far from chill

Bernie Sanders tried to fend off a kitchen sink’s worth of attacks from Hillary Clinton and her allies yesterday, accusing the former Secretary of State of “panicking” amid his surging poll numbers in New Hampshire and Iowa — as both campaigns are set to collide ?here today.

“I think it’s fair to say that we have a lot of momentum,” Sanders told a few hundred supporters here last night. “In my view, we will win in Iowa and we will win in New Hampshire if — and it’s a big if — there is a large voter turnout.”

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Jan 22 13:04

OSCE Minsk Group calls on PACE to refrain from resolutions on Nagorno Karabakh

Neighbouring Armenia and Azerbaijan fell out with each other in the late 1980s because of Nagorno Karabakh, the disputed territory that had been part of Azerbaijan before the Soviet Union break-up but was mainly populated by Armenians. In 1991-1994, the confrontation spilled over into large-scale military action for control over the enclave and some adjacent territories. Thousands left their homes on both sides in a conflict that killed 30,000. A truce was called between Armenia and the Nagorno Karabakh republic on one side and Azerbaijan on the other in May 1994...

Jan 22 13:02

This Month Marks 25 Years the U.S. Has Been at War in Iraq

Saturday, January 17, marked 25 years — a full generation — since the 1991 launch of a U.S.-led air war, “Operation Desert Storm,” that devastated Iraq, causing extensive damage to the country’s electrical, water, and sewage infrastructure, with terrible public health consequences.

Jan 22 13:01

Kyrgyzstan endorses draft agreement with Tajikistan on identifying borderline

Following the meeting, Bishkek and Dushanbe agreed to submit the draft agreement to the governments "for intra-state voting procedures". "To date, the Kyrgyz side has held the approval procedure," the document said. "The Cabinet approved the work of the country’s government delegation on delimitation and demarcation of the Kyrgyz-Tajik state border in the agreed areas with the length of 519,9 kilometers." The total length of the border between Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan is about 1,000 kilometers. Some of its sections have been considered disputable after the disintegration of the Soviet Union in 1991.

Jan 22 12:30

Russian relief aid delivered to blocked Syrian cities — Russian Defense Ministry

"We have clear confirmation that all the platforms [with humanitarian aid] have been received by the local [Syrian] authorities ‘on the ground’ in the blocked cities. They have confirmed this fact and, indeed, humanitarian aid is being distributed among people in need". Earlier, the Russian defense ministry said that more than 50 tons of relief aid had been delivered from Russia to Syria since January 15.
Russia to help Syria restore cultural heritage after defeating IS: "Russia is ready to provide its restoration experts. Naturally, only the monuments that lend themselves to restoration can be restored. Unfortunately, many monuments have been severely damaged or completely ruined," Ordzhonikidze said. http://tass.ru/en/society/851691

Jan 22 12:27

Russia slams US’ decision to withdraw accreditation of Russian honorary consuls in US

"We are outraged at Washington’s decision to withdraw the accreditation of five of six honorary consuls of Russia in the United States — in California, Utah, Minnesota, Florida and Puerto Rico," the ministry said. "Moreover, they are even threatened with prosecution." "Attempts to accuse us of escalating tensions in the bilateral affairs to justify such inadequate actions do not stand up to criticism," the ministry said. "It is common knowledge that it was the United States that unleashed the sanctions aggression against Russia and is carrying out large-scale Russophobic propaganda all over the world trying to shirk responsibility for supporting the armed coup in Ukraine and the bloody war in Donbass.

Jan 22 12:22

Relatives of MH17 disaster victims ask Russia, Ukraine to provide radars data

The message was signed by 22 citizens of the Netherlands, Britain, Switzerland, Canada and Australia, who recall that all countries should comply with their commitments to full cooperation in investigating the tragedy (being investigated by the Netherlands). Ukraine has said it does not have the related data, because its radars were allegedly undergoing technical maintenance at the moment. Expert Piet Van Genderen said in parliamentary hearings on Friday that that claim looked very doubtful to him... Earlier, the relatives turned for assistance to US Secretary of State John Kerry, who immediately after the tragedy said that the United States had at its disposal the full information about the disaster, but produced no proof.

Jan 22 12:20

Russian defense ministry denies the shooting of Russian warplane by Turkish Air Force

The Russian Defense Ministry has described as "absolute nonsense" reports appearing in foreign social networks that the Turkish Air Force has hit another Russian warplane. "These reports are absolute nonsense. All our planes which are destroying terrorist infrastructure in Syria have safely returned to an air base," Russian Defense Ministry Spokesperson Major General Igor Konashenkov told journalists on Friday. He said that about 50 journalists from leading foreign media outlets of the United States; Britain, France, Italy, China, Vietnam and other countries had visited the Hmeymim air base. It would have been impossible to conceal that fact from them, Konashenkov said. "Now they have seen the true worth of these false speculations, which various "sofa analysts" regularly church out in Western media," the general added.

Jan 22 12:18

Ukrainian troops open mortar fire at Donetsk’s western suburb — media

"At about 19:00 local time, Ukrainian troops opened intense fire at the settlement of Staromikhailovka," the Donetsk News Agency. Fire, according to the source, was opened from the positions of Ukrainian troops in Krasnogorovka with the use of mortars and armored vehicles. No information about damage or casualties is available. Earlier on Friday, the DPR defense ministry said that Ukrainian troops had committed 153 ceasefire violations over the past day.

Jan 22 12:15

Donbas militia report shellings of unrecognized Luhansk republic

The Ukrainian armed forces have shelled the territory of the self-proclaimed Luhansk People’s Republic (LPR) twice from mortars over the past 24 hours, LPR militia told the LuganskInformCenter news agency on Friday. "Between 14:30 and 14:45 (LPR territory) was shelled from the village of Krymskoye, Hill 175.9 near the village of Sukhodol from a 82-mm mortar (10 mortar bombs). At 15:40 (the Luhansk republic) was shelled from Troitskoye urban-type settlement near the village of Veselogorovka from a 120-mm mortar (2 mortar bombs), the LPR Defense Ministry said.

Jan 22 12:02

Oregon Protesters find and Remove HIDDEN "Goverment" SPY Cameras

Jan 22 11:55

Poor Italians Homeless While Refugees Live in New Buildings

Jan 22 11:54

Shooting of Kurds waving white flag caught on camera (GRAPHIC VIDEO)

An incident in which several civilians with a white flag came under fire has been caught on camera. The victims are reported to be Kurds in the town of Cizre, where they were allegedly shot at by Turkish troops.