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October 23, 2015

Oct 23 15:38

General denies US 'boots on the ground' in Iraq

A high-ranking US military official has insisted the United States does not have combat troops in Iraq, after an American soldier was killed during a purported hostage rescue operation.

Oct 23 15:32

Lead contamination in Washington, D.C. drinking water

The issue became front page news when the Washington Post ran an article titled "Water in D.C. Exceeds EPA Lead Limit" on January 31, 2004 across six columns of page A1.[8][10] Reporter David Nakamura was contacted by one of the homeowners whose water was tested by WASA during its survey after he received the test results.[1] Nakamura—who had no prior experience with clean water issues—initially thought it was a minor issue, but agreed to help the homeowner get a response from WASA.[10] When WASA would not give him a straight answer, Nakamura pressed them for full data on the tests.[10] Nakamura says that, even though he was "stunned" at the facts reported in that first story, the Post "had no idea about the size and scope of what was to follow."[10]

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Oct 23 15:25

Iraq rescue op: combat or not?; Assad clears Russia to hit ISIS; USAF’s secret bomber-design team; Russian satellites behaving oddly; and just a bit more…

Details emerge of the rescue operation that led to the first U.S. combat death in Iraq in four years. The mission’s objective: freeing 17 kidnapped Peshmerga fighters who faced imminent execution at an improvised prison at the former home of an Iraqi judge. But when U.S. and Kurdish commandos arrived on the scene Thursday morning, they found and freed about 50 more kidnapped Iraqis.

Oct 23 15:13

Can Kerry Contain Netanyahu?

Samah Sabawi, Palestinian author and playwright says Palestinians are waking up to the reality of political separation and the system of an apartheid.

Oct 23 14:48

Baltimore Rallies in Solidarity with Palestine

TRNN talks to Baltimore-Palestine Solidarity about why they are protesting Senator Ben Cardin’s office and their response to the latest round of violence in Israel.

Oct 23 14:25

Presidential Success or Failure

Right up until Vice President Joe Biden announced that he is not running for president, mainstream media deemed to be of significance the advice that he had given President Obama about whether to attempt the raid that killed Osama bin Laden in 2011. This was seen as a measure of the relative judgment that he and another adviser to the President at the time, then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, exhibited.

Oct 23 14:03

South Carolina Mother Arrested For Child Abuse After Questioning Doctors and Losing her Children

Danielle and William Headley’s four boys were seized by South Carolina Child Protective Services in July, following frustration by the parents over the care that their youngest son, Jack, now 4, was receiving at Greenville Memorial Hospital. (See original story here.) A Child Abuse Specialist has accused Danielle of Munchausen by Proxy, and last week, Danielle was arrested on charges of Child Abuse and Neglect.

The family is devastated and maintains that Danielle is innocent of any wrong-doing. It has been over 100 days since any family member has been permitted to see the children.

According to a report from FOX Carolina, investigators told a judge that Jack had made “significant improvements” after he was removed from his parents’ care on July 10 and placed into foster care. That is the basis of the charges against Danielle. However, the family and friends are unsure how any of the events that have unfolded could possibly be Danielle’s fault.

Oct 23 13:42

Anderson Cooper Confronted On Being In The CIA

In this video Luke Rudkowski once again has an extensive, insightful and detailed interview with CNN star Anderson Cooper as he opens up with the fact of being in the CIA. Well no not really but he did get really uncomfortable for your viewing enjoyment.

Oct 23 13:30

Mexico hunkers down for Patricia, 'the most dangerous storm in history'

Patricia -- the strongest hurricane ever recorded -- barreled closer and closer Friday to Mexico's Pacific coast, where residents have been told to brace for its 200-mph sustained winds and torrential rains.

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On a more serious note, I have been to that part of Mexico and the building codes are not as rigid as in the US. This is going to be very ugly before it is over.

Oct 23 13:27

Police got Hager data without court order

Westpac handed over private details without judicial authorisation, though other firms declined, court documents show.

Detectives investigating the Dirty Politics hacker Rawshark sought the banking, telephone and travel records of author and journalist Nicky Hager without any search order or other legal power.

Court records show Westpac - the government's banker for 26 years - handed over "almost 10 months of transactions from Mr Hager's three accounts" at the request of detectives investigating the hacking of Whale Oil blogger Cameron Slater's email and social media accounts.

Other companies that were asked for Hager's private details told police to come back with a court order, which would have legally obliged them to surrender the information.

The details are revealed in documents obtained from the High Court by the Scoop news site, which intends to publish the full material today.

Oct 23 13:22

Russia's Urals region might hold the key to Europe's ancient origins

New tests and studies of the mysterious Shigir Idol may force us to rethink history. Scientists now believe that the development of European culture came not only from the Middle East, but also from the Urals region in Russia.

Oct 23 12:45

Bank Of America Folds and Reverses $70 In 'Late Fees' After We Tell them to Just Cancel the Card

A few months ago when my wife and I returned from our 35-day European vacation, she noticed that we had two $35 late fees on our Bank of America credit card. Apparently we had made the online payment too late in the day, and it wasn't processed until a day after the 'due date.' They then added another $35 fee for something or other, so our account incurred both these charges. Being a notorious cheapskate, I called up BofA and asked if they could remove the $70 in penalty fees. After all, we only keep the card active to maintain a credit line and we pay the balance off every month like clockwork. They refused to waive the fees. The phone rep said in a very arrogant and condescending tone, "NO, we are not going to reverse those charges, the two fees of thirty five dollars will remain." I then told him in a poker face manner, "Okay, then we're just going to cancel the card then. Transfer me to that department, now."

Oct 23 12:33

Protesters to ‘Rally for Truth’ about Vaccines at CDC Headquarters

“It has been over a year (August 2014) since a Senior Research Scientist within the CDC has come-forward with allegations of falsified safety data…the very data upon which vaccine public policy is made.”

Truth In Media has followed the story of that research scientist, Dr. William Thompson, since August 2014 when Thompson alleged that a study he worked on “fudged numbers” to lower the number of black children who were adversely affected by a certain type of vaccine. Thompson is a senior scientist at the CDC and has been with the agency since 1998.

Oct 23 12:22

Got Law? How Hillary Clinton's Lawlessness Gets Ignored...

Hillary Clinton breaks the law, gets people who work for her killed, lies to the American people...and she's still a media darling? How is that possible???

Oct 23 12:17

Coming Soon to the War on Drugs: The Marijuana Breathalyzer

The ridiculous failure of a drug war trudges on here in America. Now researchers at Washington State University are working hard to… CURE CANCER!


Save Babies from SIDS!


Feed homeless people! Solve the energy crisis! Help old ladies cross the street!

Nope, nope, and extra nope.

They are developing a handheld portable device to screen people’s breath for THC, the chemical that a News10 Rochester reporter so astutely reported, “makes you high” in the video clip below.

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Oct 23 12:15

Putin warns: ‘Global war likely, nuclear options have irreversible consequences’

Russian President Vladamir Putin has once again marked his “return to the world stage” recently achieving “regional ambitions while simultaneously fighting terrorism” in Syria as pointed out by journalist Tyler Durden in an article published Thursday.

Oct 23 12:11

Lois Lerner will not face charges in Department of Justice investigation

IRS official Lois Lerner will not face charges following a Department of Justice investigation.

Federal prosecutors announced their decision Friday in a letter to members of Congress.

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"Criminal charges? Don't be ridiculous. Those are just for you 'little' people!" -- Official White Horse Souse

Oct 23 11:46

In Wielding Rarely Used Veto, President Obama Puts Budget Heat on Republicans

President Obama on Thursday vetoed a $612 billion defense policy bill, rejecting a broadly supported measure that sets funding for military salaries and equipment, and intensifying his struggle with the Republican-led Congress over federal spending.
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Mr. Obama has wielded the veto only four other times since taking office in 2009, and his fifth one Thursday signaled his determination to use the defense bill as a bargaining chip to push Republicans to abandon strict spending limits on military and domestic programs enacted in the 2011 Budget Control Act.

Oct 23 11:43

TPP would allow milk from cows receiving hormones into Canada

As dairy imports from the United States appear set to increase under the terms of the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal, Canadian consumers concerned about drinking milk from cows receiving hormones will need to read their labels more carefully.

In the agreement in principle reached Oct. 5, Canada conceded an additional 3.25 per cent of its dairy market to imports from the 11 other Pacific Rim countries signing on, most notably the U.S., New Zealand and Australia.

That amount may not seem significant, but until recently, Canada's supply-managed dairy sector offered only the stingiest of tariff-free market access to its trading partners, on specific terms — such as the cheese deal struck with the European Union in 2013.

Oct 23 11:43

Putin: Not worried about democracy coming to our borders, but about NATO coming to our borders

The 12th annual Valdai Discussion Club meeting in Russia’s Sochi has focused on international armed conflicts.

Oct 23 11:33

Silencing a Whistle-Blower, Gladio B and the Origins of ISIS, Interview with Sibel Edmonds

So the role of these paramilitary units, funded, directed, managed, armed by the CIA and NATO was, during these years, in Europe and elsewhere, were to create terror events. You know, blow up bombs, um, gun down people, set, let’s say a shopping centre on fire, and then blame it on the communist net-communist networks. And they did hundreds of such operations. There are several good books from historians who have documented these false flag terror events, terror events that were created, implemented, brought about by the CIA/NATO’s paramilitary units within Eastern Europe, in Italy, and in Italy they were very big, but the biggest nation that they had the biggest units, we just had its own also office inside the Pentagon was in Turkey, and that’s where I’m from! (chuckle!) – the Turkish arm of the Gladio network.

So, they did all this and you’d think that once the Soviet Union dissolved in 1990-1991, the operation would have been basically shut down, because this was against communism so-called. That’s the uh basically the competition between the two superpowers, not per se the communism as ideology, it was the fight for the dominance – global dominance. But they didn’t shut it down.

They switched that and they changed the operation from – the original operation to Operation B, Gladio Operation B.

Oct 23 11:26

Big Pharma Caught Manipulating Antidepressant Drug Trials Putting Teenagers in Grave Danger

By Kristen Anderson

Few people stop to realize that the studies which are mandated by the FDA are actually funded by the drug companies themselves...

Oct 23 11:23


Oct 23 11:19

Rebuffing Peace Chances in Syria

Seeking to disrupt the lethal cycle of foreign intervention and military escalation in Syria, a group of 55 House Democrats recently sent a letter to President Barack Obama, calling for a change in U.S. policy.

Oct 23 11:19

Going to War: Tony Blair’s “Contract in Blood”

It reads like a whodunit document behind a failed criminal enterprise. As it should –it figured as a vital step behind the invasion of Iraq in 2003. And it was found in a stash of previously secret correspondence on former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s private server.

The Colin Powell memorandum in preparation for the Crawford summit of April 2002 (yes, that Powell, who has undertaken some considered Pilate handwashing ever since), was more damning than most. It outlined what the British role behind justifying an imminent war with shoddy grounds would look like. More importantly, it provides ample carrion for the prosecution against Tony Blair for that often discounted charge of crimes against peace.

Ever since becoming prime minister of Britain, the greatest public relations machine to disgrace Westminster went into service for the US cause. Blair’s role was deemed indispensable to providing the right colouration for what was coming: regime change in Iraq.

Oct 23 11:18

FLASHBACK - Was murdered Ambassador Stevens was involved in gun-running to Al Qaeda

Oct 23 11:12

As Hillary Clinton Testifies Before GOP Panel, Friends of 2 Benghazi Victims Remember the Lives Lost

After $4.5 million in taxpayer money and 18 months, the Republican-led Benghazi investigation is set for its main event.

Oct 23 11:11

E. Howard Hunt, Watergate & The JFK Assassination

On this edition of DTRH Popeye welcomes to the broadcast Saint John Hunt, author and son of famed Watergate burglar, and CIA super spy E. Howard Hunt. The two of them start off with a simple question, “Who was E. Howard Hunt? Saint John answers this question by giving the listener a detailed background on his father including some of the events that E. Howard Hunt was involved in, and some of the people connected to him. This leads to Hunt’s involvement in the JFK assassination, his deathbed confession to Saint John about it, and what he possibly meant when he said “I was a bench warmer.” They then get into Watergate, his dad’s arrest, and the events which led to his mother Dorothy Hunt’s murder by plane crash into a suburban area. This is one powerful broadcast, both emotionally and intellectually. Take the time to tune in and learn some true history.

Oct 23 10:45

Iranian Commander: Mediterranean Coasts Frontline of Campaign against World Arrogance

"If the resistance front sustains defeat, then Iran will be the first target of the arrogance front". "The resistance front is the Islamic Revolution's front to confront the world arrogance," Fada said.

Oct 23 10:43

UAE Acknowledges More Army Death in Yemen

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) acknowledged on Friday that its army has sustained more casualties in Yemen.

Oct 23 10:42

U.N. Report Calls on Governments to Protect Whistleblowers Like Snowden, Not Prosecute Them

The U.N. envoy charged with safeguarding free speech around the globe has declared in a dramatic new report that confidential sources and whistleblowers are a crucial element of a healthy democracy, and that governments should protect them rather than demonize them.

The report by David Kaye, the United Nations Special Rapporteur on the promotion and protection of the right to freedom of opinion and expression, also highlights the harsh treatment of whistleblowers in the U.S., most notably former NSA contractor Edward Snowden, who is living in Russia as fugitive from the U.S. government.

Oct 23 10:41

Oops! Clinton hints at murdered ambassador’s secret activities

In a revealing statement largely overlooked by the media covering Thursday’s House Select Committee on Benghazi hearing, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton essentially implied that Ambassador Chris Stevens was engaged in securing shoulder-fired missiles in Libya.

Oct 23 10:40

The Best Way to Defeat Russian Airstrikes: Blow 'Em Up With... Condoms?

Left with little recourse in the face of relentless Russian airstrikes, the self-proclaimed Islamic State terrorist group has apparently resorted to a fairly unique defensive strategy. According to a video that surfaced online on Wednesday, the group has begun launching homemade condom bombs, hoping they’ll somehow veer into a Russian bomber.

While Sputnik cannot independently verify the authenticity of the video, which was originally found on LiveLeak by Russia Insider, it appears to show IS militants creating aerial mines out of condoms, which are then released into the skies over Idlib.

Oct 23 10:39

Presenting America's New Debt Ceiling: $19,600,000,000,000

Even as the bond market has been rather concerned about another possible debt ceiling showdown as we showed before, and which earlier today prompted the Treasury to announce the purposefully dramatic step of postponing the auction of 2 Year Notes next week, the reality is that one way or another, with an equity-driven wake up call for the GOP or without, the debt ceiling will be raised.

The only question is how much.

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Oct 23 10:38

US Dollar Dumped Against Asian FX As Releveraging Chinese Send Margin-Debt To 6-Week Highs

Chinese stocks are not as exuberant as European, Japanese (which are rolling over), and US markets at the open as they cling to unchanged for the day and week (despite margin debt rising to a six-week high). The main event in AsiaPac trading appears to be a huge re-entry into the EUR-ANY-EM-FX carry trade as The USDollar gets pummeled against Asian FX (despite EUR weakness). PBOC weakened the Yuan fix by the most in 8 days to its lowest in 2 weeks.

Oct 23 10:38

Syrian Army's Gains in Last 24 Hours

The Syrian army intensified countrywide attacks on terrorist groups and won back several strategic regions in Aleppo, Hama, Homs, Deir Ezzur and Lattakia provinces on Thursday and Friday.
Militants Withdrawing in Aleppo, Syrian-Hezbollah Joint Forces Capture Two More Villages http://english.farsnews.com/newstext.aspx?nn=13940801000308
Syrian Army, Popular Forces Win Back More Villages in Homs Province http://english.farsnews.com/newstext.aspx?nn=13940801000152
Syrian Fighter Jets Stage Massive Air Raids on Nusra, ISIL Positions in Aleppo http://english.farsnews.com/newstext.aspx?nn=13940801000108

Oct 23 10:37

In hunt for US terror recruits, FBI agents set traps

In April, John Booker was arrested for allegedly planning to carry out a suicide bombing at a military base in Kansas on behalf of the Islamic State group.

It turns out that undercover FBI operatives had been manipulating the 20-year-old for six months -- helping him make a "martyrdom" video, providing him with a list of bomb-making materials and even building an explosive device for him, albeit an inert one.

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I wonder if Booker was on prescription anti-depressants, because people on those medications have poor impulse control and hence are easy to manipulate.

Oct 23 10:36

Study of 3 Psychedelics Finds They Do No Harm but Actually Improve Mental Health

A new study from the Journal of Psychopharmacology has found that taking psychedelic drugs does not result in impairment of mental health or an increased risk of depression. From the three drugs that were involved (Lysergic Acid Diethylamide or LSD, Psilocybin and Mescaline), the study declared that there are ‘no significant associations between lifetime use of psychedelics and increased likelihood of past year serious psychological distress, mental health treatment, suicidal thoughts, suicidal plans and suicide attempt, depression and anxiety.’

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MDMA (street name Ecstasy) was showing real promise as a therapeutic drug to help people cope with trauma, significantly reducing the number of hours of therapy patients needed (which is probably one of the reasons it was made illegal).

Oct 23 10:35

Report: Suicide Bombing Targeting Shiite Procession in Pakistan Kills 20

A suicide bombing targeted a Shiite religious ceremony in central Pakistan, killing at least 20 people, a senior official told the local news media on Friday.

Oct 23 10:32

Watch: Hillary Gets Hit With Sickening Fact And TOTALLY Misses The Point…

Suggesting Stevens was referring to “fire sale” purchases from other governments, Clinton acknowledged that he was interested in adding additional barricades and other defensive tools to the U.S. consulate. “Because we weren’t providing them enough physical security,” Brooks added, “isn’t that right? So they’re picking up a fire sale because other consulates are pulling out, other countries are pulling out?” With a smile, Clinton chalked up the apparently desperate effort to defend against an attack to the “entrepreneurial spirit” of those working at the embassy. Her reaction was far too flippant for many social media critics:

Oct 23 10:30

Syria Advances as Russia Strikes ISIL: Another Week in Review

Over the past week, Russia destroyed 363 ISIL installations, as the Syrian army continues offensives around the country to combat terrorist groups.

Russia's presence in Syria led to a change in the focus of the US-led coalition's strikes against ISIL. The US continues minor airstrikes in Syria, generally using drones and striking near the Iraqi and Turkish borders. However, the drone use has created issues of air control, as Russian aircraft are often forced to fly in close proximity with US drones, as Russia's defense ministry showed in a fly-by of a MQ-9 Reaper drone.

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The Russian troops have been remarkably effective in working to rid Syria of ALL terrorists (including the American funded and armed terrorists).

Oct 23 10:30

Pentagon’s 2016 Defense Budget: $1.6 Billion for a Proxy Army Against Russia

America is about to get more "appropriately vetted" rebels to go with the four or five the Pentagon got out of the $500 million spent last year! Woohoo!

But at least amendments to this year’s bill would finally outlaw the training and arming of Ukraine’s notorious paramilitary neo-Nazi “Azov” battalion which America had previously been funding. Azov has been described not to but by US lawmakers as a “fascist” and “openly neo Nazi” group, and yet, the government has knowingly been using taxpayer dollars to fund them, while the US media pretends to ignore the war atrocities they’ve committed over there against people who voted 90%+ for Ukrainian President Yanukovych, overthrown by the US with the help of said Nazis to put in a US-backed puppet government so they can screw with Russia and give seats on the Board of Directors of the largest private Ukrainian gas producer to people like Vice President Joe Biden’s son.

Oct 23 10:28

U.S. extends ban on flights of its aircraft to Simferopol, Dnepropetrovsk

According to the report, the decision will be in effect until October 27, 2016. The ban applies to all U.S. passenger airlines, cargo carriers and persons with private pilot licenses, the U.S. aviation authorities said.

Oct 23 10:25

Ukrainian experts say local elections could launch federalization processes

"These elections will actually be a starting point of federalization"... "The subject of local self-government, moreover, of federalization will surface sooner or later because both decentralization and federalization are not just wishful thinking, since real life is forcing the state towards it".

Oct 23 10:22

Lawmaker: IS sponsors once tried to break Chechnya from Russia

"That is why, it not an abstract threat for us, and in carrying out our military operation in Syria we are indeed fighting for the strengthening of our own security".

Oct 23 10:19

Germany to Deport Refugees in Military Cargo Planes

As growing numbers of refugees seek asylum from the wars raging in Syria and Iraq, governments throughout Europe are moving to seal their borders, slash social assistance for migrants, and carry out mass deportations.

This week, the Bild newspaper reported that the German government plans to use military aircraft to deport tens of thousands of refugees whose requests for asylum have been denied. According to the newspaper, the government is planning to use C-160 military transport planes to deport nearly 200,000 people who have been declared by the German state to be “economic migrants” and ineligible for asylum.

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to WHERE, pray tell, is Germany going to deport these people?!?

In my world, these people should all be (gently, safely) airdropped upon the communities in the US, allegedly represented by all the warhawks in Congress; they deserve it for creating this catastrophe in the first place!!

Oct 23 10:18

Putin familiarized himself with Carter’s data on IS positions — Kremlin

...Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said, noting that the information had been supplied through open channels as it was not of military nature. Confirming that such data had been sent, he said military information could be passed only through closed military channels. Peskov did not give the details of this information.

Oct 23 10:18

Obamacare was all a big, fucking lie and the shit just hit the fan

Obamacare is so bad obama is bailing it out every day with tax money. Only 10 million total are taking it this year and the 40 million uninsured don't want it. Rates are through the roof, hospitals are going under and doctors are quitting. Obamacare was a big fucking lie sucking trillions down the drain.

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And those are the GOOD points!

Oct 23 10:17

Migrant taking selfie and showing victory-sign infront of torched tents at camp in Slovenia

For those who missed this one frame in press reports yesterday, concerning riots at a refugee-camp in Slovenia. The riots ended up in migrants (or refugees) burning down their own camp despite upcoming weatherconditions and even more migrants (in need for these tents) following.

Pictures show a migrant posing infront of burning tents, raising one hand to a victory-sign while taking a selfie with the other one. (Photo courtesy of BBC.com)

Oct 23 10:15

Russian parliamentarians bring humanitarian aid for Syrian children

"We have brought some three tons of humanitarian cargo, mainly baby food that will be sent to orphanages as well as to children of killed military".
Russian lawmaker says Damascus has become more peaceful since May http://tass.ru/en/politics/831487

Oct 23 10:15

They Profit, We Die: Toxic Agriculture and the Poisoning of Soils, Human Health and the Environment

Our food system is in big trouble. It’s in big trouble because the global agritech/agribusiness sector is poisoning it, us and the environment with its pesticides, herbicides, GMOs and various other chemical inputs. The Rockefeller clan exported the petrochemical intensive ‘green revolution’ around the world with the aim of ripping up indigenous agriculture to cement its hegemony over global agriculture and to help the US create food deficit regions and thus use agriculture as a tool of foreign policy.

This was only made possible and continues to be made possible because of lavish funds, slick PR, compliant politicians and scientists and the undermining and capture of regulatory and policy decision-making bodies that supposedly serve the public interest.

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This is what happens when profit trumps everything else; these chemical companies should be sued out of business, and their executives placed behind bars for a very long time, and NOT in a "Club Fed" environment.

Unfortunately, however, that is only likely to happen when pigs fly.

Oct 23 10:11

Local resident detained in Kyrgyzstan for recruiting people to combat operation zones

According to the information provided by the Kyrgyz authorities, about 400 Kyrgyz nationals have left the country to take part in hostilities in Syria and Iraq fighting for terrorist groups... "We currently have information that 83 children from our republic are in Syria and Iraq, and their parents are taking part in the armed conflict on the side of militants... As of today, 122 women from our republic are taking part in the conflict in Syria and Iraq". Official reports say around 1,800 supporters of extremist organizations are currently on the watch list in Kyrgyzstan. Around one fourth of them are women. http://tass.ru/en/world/819522

Oct 23 10:06

Satellite imagery reveals secret US drone base in Africa

Satellite images available on the online mapping service, Google Earth, along with US Defense Department documents show that the Pentagon has turned Chabelley Airfield in Djibouti into a hive of high-tech military equipment, the Intercept reported on Thursday.

The airport is an isolated airstrip located some 6 miles (9.5km) to the southwest of Djibouti City, the capital of the country.

In satellite images from several years ago, the airport resembles a strip of tarmac in the middle of a vast desert.

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Oct 23 10:06

Wikileaks Confirms: CIA Are Conducting Operations on U.S. Soil

According to its own website, the CIA are prohibited from conduct spying operations on US soil:

“By law, the CIA is specifically prohibited from collecting foreign intelligence concerning the domestic activities of US citizens. Its mission is to collect information related to foreign intelligence and foreign counterintelligence. By direction of the president in Executive Order 12333 of 1981 and in accordance with procedures approved by the Attorney General, the CIA is restricted in the collection of intelligence information directed against US citizens…”

If asked, the director would likely tell us that it’s now completely necessary to operate in the US – because of the “terrorist threat”.

Whatever you believe, the recent hack and subsequent document dump by Wikileaks this week has confirmed what many of us already suspected for decades...

Oct 23 10:04

Cisa amendment would allow US to jail foreigners for crimes committed abroad

An amendment to a controversial cybersecurity bill will allow US courts to pursue and jail foreign nationals even if the crimes they commit are against other foreigners and on foreign soil.

The main aim of the amendment to the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act (Cisa), which passed a key Senate hurdle on Thursday, is to lower the barrier for prosecuting crimes committed abroad. But the amended law would make it a crime punishable by US prison time not merely to clone the credit card or steal the Netflix password of an American citizen, but to take unauthorized information from any American company, no matter where it happens.

In other words, if a French national hacks a Spanish national’s MasterCard, she could be subject to 10 years in US prison under laws changed by the bill.

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Call me silly, I do not feel even one bit more "protected" by this provision of CISA than I did before this monstrosity got passed.

Oct 23 10:03

Ukrainian FM: Deploying UN peacekeepers in Donbas impossible without Russia’s agreement

"That is why we, together with France and Mexico, propose an initiative on voluntary restriction of veto right and want to move to the reform that will narrow the possibility of using veto right, at least in cases that directly concern UN Security Council permanent members".


Oct 23 10:03

Your Faily Dose of BOOGA BOOGA! ISIS wants you

Oct 23 10:02

Ukraine is not going to take military action against Russia for Crimea — FM

"Nobody will take military action against such a nuclear power as Russia. I mean not only Ukraine". At the same time, Klimkin said, Kiev "has prepared a series of steps concerning the further work on Crimea."

Oct 23 10:01

Clinton pins responsibility on Stevens

Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton brushed aside emails Thursday that showed she privately told family and world leaders that the 2012 attack on the U.S. diplomatic post in Benghazi was a terrorist assault, and said Ambassador Christopher Stevens was responsible for his own decisions regarding skimpy security ahead of his death.

Oct 23 10:01

Teen faces assault charges for throwing baby carrot at middle school teacher

A 14-year old girl could be charged with assault and battery after she threw a baby carrot at one of her former teachers. School disciplinary documents allege a baby carrot was used as a weapon in an assault and battery of a Moody Middle School teacher.

Oct 23 09:56

US Adds Planes to Turkey, Mulls ‘No-Fly Zone’ in Syria

12 more US warplanes were deployed to Turkey today as part of what officials call “routine rotations” for the ongoing bombing of Syria and Iraq. The planes are slow-moving A-10 Thunderbolts, designed as close support planes for ground troops, and are being planned for use backing “Arab and Kurdish militants” on the ground.

This new deployment comes amid reports of a serious debate going on in the administration on a dramatic buildup of the war in Syria, aimed at spiting Russia for its own anti-ISIS war. Secretary of State John Kerry is said to be leading a push for a show of force, including declaring a “no fly zone” in northern Syria and attempting to block Russia from the area militarily.

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The attempt at establishing a "no fly zone" in Northern Syria would be one of the most ham-fistedly, pig-headedly stupid things the US government and military could possibly do at this moment.

Unfortunately, that being said, this is no guarantee that the US government will not do it.

A direct military confrontation with Russia over Syria is a recipe for absolute, unmitigated disaster in Syria, and that Kerry doesn't have the horse-sense to recognise this, is deeply disturbing to me.

And apparently, the State Department's view of such a move ("The State Department sees that as the ultimate move to really stick it to Russia,...") is proof positive that they have collectively OD'd on the koolaid of their own jingoism.

Since Russia's successful military strikes to kill ALL the terrorists in Syria (including those funded by the US government), much of the this country's government has been behaving like wounded, cornered animals; and wounded, cornered animals are always dangerous.

Oct 23 09:56

Obama Admin Urges Schools To ‘Publicly Demonstrate Support’ For Illegals

The U.S. Department of Education issued the document “Resource Guide: Supporting Undocumented Youth” to public schools this week.

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We don;t have enough funds to properly educate the legal children of this nation, and Obama wants the schools to hang out the welcome signs for illegals?

Oct 23 09:54

iPhone Q1 2016 Sales Estimates: Apple Inc.'s Smartphone Sales May Decline For First Time, Says Analyst

The iPhone 6S could be Apple's first flagship smartphone that fails to outdo its predecessor. In Apple Inc.’s report for the October-December quarter, KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo forecasts iPhone sales to come in between 70 million and 75 million units, according to a research note obtained by MacRumors.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Would we all like a newer and hipper phone? Yes. Do we have the money to buy one? Of course not.

I actually got an email from my cell phone provider enticing me into upgrading to the iPhone 6s whizzo-model with all the chrome trim for only $25 a month! Nowhere could I find the total price for the phone from which I could figure out how many months I would have to pay that $25. At that point, I stopped reading.

Oct 23 09:52

Amish girl who fled United States to escape forced chemotherapy is now cancer-free

Some might call it a "miracle," but alternative and holistic medicine healers aren't really surprised to learn that a 12-year old Amish girl is now cancer-free — after her doctors testified in court just six months ago that she would be dead by now if her family were permitted to refuse her chemotherapy.

As reported by the Medina Gazette, of Medina County, Ohio, Maurice Thompson, head of the libertarian non-profit group 1852 Center for Constitutional Law, said young Sarah Hershberger now shows no signs of being stricken with cancer at all and appears to be healthy.

"She had MRIs and blood work, and the judge over the last year helped facilitate at least one trip to the Cleveland Clinic. The MRIs did not show any cancer," Thompson told the Gazette recently.

He added that her family is continuing to treat her with less invasive alternative medicine.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"We can't let the cancer-industrial-complex collapse just because people can heal themselves! We need more cancer patients. Set fire to a nuclear waste disposal site or something!" -- Official White Horse Souse

Oct 23 09:49

Scotiabank latest bank to slash jobs and streamline services

Scotiabank is the latest bank to slash jobs during a time of healthy profits.

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Which undermines the claim of healthy profits.

Oct 23 09:48

Paper Breaks Taboo on Shamir, Nazi Link : Jerusalem Post Cites Stern Gang Past, Hits Stance on Peace Now

Israel's Jerusalem Post broke a national taboo today by writing of a 1941 link between Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir's Stern Gang guerrillas and Nazi Germany.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Sooooo ... The Mufti is now off of the hook? :)

Oct 23 09:46

Armed clash between Ukrainian army units reported by Donetsk republic

The fighting outside Shirokino continued for several hours, the news agency said, adding that early reports did not specify the casualties. The source said the conflict had been triggered by a battle of words between unit commanders. He also supposed one of them could have been drunk. The previous armed clash of Ukrainian units was fixed on September 20, near Donetsk region’s settlement of Avdeyevka.

Oct 23 09:46

Justice Ministry expands tasks of committee following up on theft of industrial facilities

Justice Minister Najm al-Ahmad issued a decision on Friday on expanding the tasks of the legal committee formed in August to prepare legal action against the terrorist gangs that dismantled industrial facilities in Aleppo and Idleb provinces and smuggled them to Turkey.

Oct 23 09:44

Putin Has Just Put An End to the Wolfowitz Doctrine

The Russians Will No Longer Allow Regime Change of Their Allies

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Paul Wolfowitz. THIS guy!

Oct 23 09:44

Herd Immunity vs. Viral Shedding: Who’s infecting whom?

Herd immunity or community immunity as it is also known, is one of the main arguments that “pro-vaxxers” (those advocating vaccination) advance to persuade people to take vaccines. Herd immunity, so it is claimed, provides indirect protection to the unvaccinated. How? Here’s how the reasoning goes: if enough people get vaccinated, when a contagious disease hits a community, it spreads less quickly than if the majority were not vaccinated, since they are now protected

Oct 23 09:44


During the 12th annual meeting, entitled “Societies Between War and Peace: Overcoming the Logic of Conflict in Tomorrow’s World,” Putin spoke to numerous international issues including the ongoing war in Syria and the West’s questionable practices in the fight against Bashar al-Assad.

“Success in fighting terrorists cannot be reached if using some of them as a battering ram to overthrow disliked regimes,” Putin said. “It’s just an illusion that they can be dealt with [later], removed from power and somehow negotiated with.”

Putin also took aim at so-called US-backed “moderate rebels,” who admittedly support and fight alongside terrorist organizations such as ISIL and the al-Nusra Front.

“Why play with words dividing terrorists into moderate and not moderate,” the Russian president added. “What’s the difference?”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"OK, Vlad: so what's your problem?!?" - Official White House Souse.

Oct 23 09:43

BEX ALERT - Not all paedophiles are bad people - we need to have a sense of proportion

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This from the same newspaper that told you snowfalls are a thing of the last in 2000.

Oct 23 09:41

Syrian Army: Operations Continue Successfully in Homs, Hama, Lattakia, Aleppo

Military spokesman of the Syrian Arab army said that the Syrian Army in cooperation with the Army’s Air Force successfully continued their operations against dens and gatherings of terrorist organizations in Eastern Ghouta, Homs, Hama, Lattakia and Aleppo countryside.

Oct 23 09:41

Dr. Strangelove is naked: Putin's campaign in Syria smashes the empire's plans for "Greater Middle East"

The whole Global South is now informed about how the Russian campaign in Syria has swiftly smashed all of 'Exceptionalistan's' elaborate plans for a "Greater Middle East."

These plans span everything from the Wolfowitz Doctrine to Dr. Zbig "Grand Chessboard" Brzezinski's categorical imperative of preventing the emergence of a strategic competitor across Eurasia.

But the subtext is even more intriguing: The Pentagon never saw it coming. And they are absolutely terrified of the inevitable consequences.

Oct 23 09:39

How the Drug Companies Make Vaccines

Why is it that junk food must list the ingredients, but vaccines do not? What do theyhave to hide? Lets Find Out!

Oct 23 09:38

Israeli rabbis: killing Palestinians ‘religious duty’

Israeli Jewish Rabbis have declared the killing of Palestinian resistance fighters “a religious duty”, Israeli media reported on Sunday.

Israeli news website Walla reported that right-wing rabbis replied to questions including: “Am I allowed to kick the insurgent, hit him or shoot him in order to kill him after he has been arrested or is this prohibited?”

Rabbi Rav Benzion Mutzafi replied: “It is not only desirable to do so, but it is a religious duty that you hold his head down to the ground and hit him until his last breath.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This puts the lie to the claim made by Israel's ambassador to the United Nations that the violence is all the fault of the Palestinians.

Oct 23 09:36

After 5,000 Days of Torment, Last British Prisoner at Guantanamo is Set for Release

The 14-year nightmare of the last British prisoner at Guantánamo Bay could soon be coming to an end. The United States announced last month it will release Shaker Aamer, imprisoned without charge at Guantánamo since February 2002.

Oct 23 09:34

San Diego company slaps ‘Pharma Bro’ down by offering same cancer drug for $1 a pill

an Diego-based company announced on Thursday that it would compete with Martin Shkreli’s Turing Pharmaceuticals by offering the same drug used to help AIDS and cancer patients for $1 a pill, the San Diego Union-Tribune reported.

Imprimis Pharmaceuticals, a compounding-drug firm, said it would begin selling its own version of the generic drug pyrimethamine, which Turing was marketing under the name Daraprim. Shkreli was roundly criticized last month after his company raised the price for the drug from $13.50 a pill to $750 a pill after acquiring the patent.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Good on Imprimis, if they don't get sued out of existence by Shkreli's attorneys, which may well be the threat here.

Oct 23 09:33

House votes to gut Obamacare through budget process

The House voted Friday to scrap Obamacare’s most unpopular mandates and taxes, putting in motion a plan to dismantle the law through the budget process despite Democratic derision and conservative-driven complaints the bill doesn’t go far enough.

Lawmakers voted along party lines, 240-189, to also defund Planned Parenthood for one year as punishment for its controversial abortion practice, a part of the package that won praise from pro-life groups even as the conservative Heritage Foundation panned the legislation as woefully short of GOP promises to fully repeal the Affordable Care Act.

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Oct 23 09:30

As Russia Bombs ISIS, US Bombs Syrian Civilian Power Stations

As Russian forces drop bombs and missiles on top of ISIS fighters all across Syria, lobbing cruise missiles from the Caspian, regular sortie missions, and combat helicopter attacks against ISIS and other “relatively moderate” cannibals and terrorists, the United States launched a bombing mission of its own against two power plants in Aleppo.

Oct 23 09:29

Putin: West Playing “Double Game” over Syria

"It's always difficult to play a double game: declaring a fight against terrorists while simultaneously trying to use some of them to arrange the pieces on the Middle East chess board in one's own interests," Putin said at a meeting of political scientists known as the Valdai Club.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

It gets harder when the American people realize that is what Washington DC is doing!

Oct 23 09:29


While lawmakers seem to have no problem finding funds for bombs fighter jets and terrorists in Syria and Iraq, it seems that it is much more difficult for them to find money to pay American soldiers for their service and pay for their healthcare once that service is over.

This is because Congressional Defense leaders on Tuesday announced that they are looking to enact more “entitlement and personnel reforms” in 2016.

The bill being submitted and debated by Congress would provide a much lower than anticipated pay raise for U.S. troops beginning in January 2016. It includes cuts in the growth of military housing stipends, an introduction of new co-pays for some military drug prescriptions and a scale-down of the commissary benefit.

The bill also includes changes to the traditional military retirement system and an overhaul of military healthcare offerings like Tricare.

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And when people stop enlisting, after realizing what a completely raw deal military service in this US has become, there is draft legislation, still floating in Committee for the last two years, to make military service compulsory.

Congressman Charles B. Rangel introduced legislation on Friday that would reintroduce the draft and would require all women to register for the Selective Service. These two bills aim to challenge the decisions that are made to send our troops into harm's way. Ten years ago on February 15, 2003, fifteen million people across 800 cities protested the invasion of Iraq, making it the largest antiwar rally in history. "Now that women can serve in combat they should register for the Selective Service alongside their male counterparts," said Rangel. "Reinstating the draft and requiring women to register for the Selective Service would compel the American public to have a stake in the wars we fight as a nation. We must question why and how we go to war, and who decides to send our men and women into harm's way." The National Universal Service Act (H.R 747), also known as the "draft" bill, would require 30 million people in the United States between the ages of 18 and 25 to perform two years of national service in either the armed services or in civilian life. It would build upon the community service infrastructure already in place such as the Peace Corps and AmeriCorps, as well as local initiatives such as NYC Serve. The National Universal Service Act was first introduced in 2003 at the height of protest against going to war with Iraq, and was reintroduced in 2006, 2007, 2010, and 2011. Rangel's All American Selective Service Act (H.R. 748) would require women to enroll in the Selective Service System, which would double the number of registrants. The current law requires only men ages 18 to 25 to register, and there are approximately 13.5 million in the registry. "I served in Korea, and understand that sometimes war is inevitable," Rangel continued. "However military engagement should be our last resort. If we must go to war, every American should be compelled to stop and think twice about whether it is worth sending our brothers and sisters, and sons and daughters to fight. Currently less than one percent of America's population is unfairly shouldering the burden of war."

I would remind Representative Rangel that it is never the people of this country who get to decide about going to war; Constitutionally, it is the Congress' power, and ONLY the Congress' power - to declare war.

The people of this country have absolutely no say in this whatsoever.

Oct 23 09:28

Masked swordsman posed for photos before killing two people and wounding others at Swedish school

Several media outlets said the masked man had a YouTube account where he posted material glorifying Adolf Hitler and Nazi Germany, and critical of Islam and immigration.

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Yes, that "let's open the borders and let everyone in" agenda is working out real good!

Oct 23 09:27

Greedy pharmaceuticals CEO gets ‘free market’ lesson after marking up AIDS drug over 5000%

Do you remember the greedy CEO of Turing Pharmaceuticals, Martin Shkreli, A.K.A. “Pharma Bro”, who purchased the rights to the HIV and AIDS treatment drug Daraprim back in August for $55 million only to later jack up the drug’s price nearly 60 fold to $750 per dose?

Oct 23 09:25

“Where Does This End?”: After Drone Papers Leaks, U.K. Gov’t Has a Kill List of Its Own

Last week, The Intercept published the most in-depth look at the U.S. drone assassination program to date.

Oct 23 09:23

Chinook Military Chopper Just Shook the House On a Low Fly-By

Webmaster addition: Here as well. Apparently the rules mandating a minimum altitude over civilian populations by military aircraft have been suspended.

Oct 23 09:15

The Vaccine Hoax is Over. Documents from UK reveal 30 Years of Coverup

Freedom of Information Act in the UK filed by a doctor there has revealed 30 years of secret official documents showing that government experts have

1. Known the vaccines don’t work
2. Known they cause the diseases they are supposed to prevent
3. Known they are a hazard to children
4. Colluded to lie to the public
5. Worked to prevent safety studies

Those are the same vaccines that are mandated to children in the US.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"But, they make money. MONEY!!! That's all that matters! Stop whining about some dead and autistic children! We gave them an autistic muppet on Sesame Street so they can feel good about themselves. Shut up already!" -- Official White Horse Souse

Oct 23 09:14

Ex-Israeli minister sued over flotilla raid that killed Turkish-American

Former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak is being sued in the United States over his nation’s deadly raid of an aid flotilla that tried to break Israel’s blockade of Gaza in 2010.

The Turkish parents of 19-year-old Furkan Do?an, who was among 10 killed in the raid, sued Barak in federal court in Los Angeles on Oct. 16, claiming unlawful death and torture.

Barak, Israel’s defense minister at the time of the raid, was served with the papers on Oct. 20 after he gave a speech near Los Angeles.

The Israeli Consulate in Los Angeles could not immediately provide a contact for Barak, who is still in the area.

Oct 23 09:13

Russian Air Force cuts off ISIS supply lines by bombing bridge over Euphrates

Russia’s airplanes cut off routes used by Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) to deliver supplies to Syria from Iraq by bombing a bridge over the Euphrates River, the Russian General Staff said.

“The bridge over the Euphrates River near [the Syrian city of] Deir ez-Zor was a key point of the logistics chain [of IS]. Today Russian pilots carried out a surgical strike against the object,” the deputy chief of the General Staff of Russia, Colonel General Andrey Kartapolov, said on Thursday during a news briefing, adding that the terrorist group’s armament and ammunition delivery route had been cut off.

Kartapolov also stressed that the strike was delivered in a region that, according to the US military, was fully controlled by IS militants.

Oct 23 09:12

Hersh Vindicated? Turkish Whistleblowers Corroborate Story on False Flag Sarin Attack in Syria

This is quite the bombshell delivered by two CHP deputies in the Turkish parliament and reported by Today’s Zaman, one of the top dailies in Turkey.

It supports Seymour Hersh’s reporting that the notorious sarin gas attack at Ghouta was a false flag orchestrated by Turkish intelligence in order to cross President Obama’s chemical weapons “red line” and draw the United States into the Syria war to topple Assad.

Oct 23 09:11

There’s a Good Chance Your Bank Is Committing a Major Crime Right Now

On April 10, 2006, Mexican authorities searched through a DC-9 jet at the airport in Ciudad del Carmen. They found more than five tons of cocaine… valued at more than $100 million.

If you're like many Americans, you're not surprised by a story like this. Not a year goes by without a few big media stories about Mexican drug cartels.

However, you probably will be very surprised to learn who aided and abetted the drug operation: it was US banking giant Wachovia.

After an investigation that took years, Wells Fargo, which now owns Wachovia, paid a $160 million fine to settle the case. "Wachovia's blatant disregard for our banking laws gave international cocaine cartels a virtual carte blanche to finance their operations," said federal prosecutor Jeffrey Sloman.

You might also be surprised to hear that Wachovia's fine wasn't an isolated case.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Under the RICO statutes, can't the government seize all these banks assets (not including customer funds, of course)?

Oct 23 09:10

Bibi's Holocaust comments muddle congressional case against Palestinian 'incitement'

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's assertion that a Palestinian mufti was responsible for the Holocaust risks undermining congressional efforts to lay the blame for the current violence squarely at the feet of the Palestinians.

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It also undermines the statement made by the Israeli ambassador to the United Nations.

Oct 23 09:08

Boehner selects GOP panel to probe abortion practices

Outgoing House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) on Friday announced his picks for the new Select Investigative Panel that will probe the practices of abortion providers like Planned Parenthood.

The new panel has been created in the wake of several undercover videos that revealed Planned Parenthood’s questionable practice of selling aborted fetal tissue, and possibly profiting from the sales.

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Oct 23 09:07

Hurricane Patricia Hits Category 5 En Route to Mexican Coast

Late Thursday night, an Air Force Hurricane Hunter flight captured some of the most extreme observations ever recorded in 70 years of reconnaissance activity. Based on flight-level winds of 179 knots (206 mph), NHC upgraded Patricia's strength at 12:30 am EDT Friday to 185 mph. The estimated surface pressure of 892 mb is the lowest on record for the Northeast Pacific, and it ranks #3 for the entire Western Hemisphere behind only Wilma (882 mb, on October 19, 2005) and Gilbert (888 mb, on September 13, 1988).

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For those who asked, Hurricane Olaf, east of Hawaii, is moving northeast and away from us.

Oct 23 09:03

Former George Bush Chief Economist Says 911 Was An Inside Job

Oct 23 08:59

Some 3,500 Daesh fighters in Afghanistan: Russian diplomat

Approximately 3,500 Islamic State fighters operate in Afghanistan and the group is recruiting members from local groups and the youth, Russian Ambassador to Tajikistan Igor Lyakin-Frolov says.

“They’ve met their tasks, according to some information, there are approximately 3,500 militants currently in the ranks of the Islamic State in Afghanistan,” Lyakin-Frolov told RIA Novosti in an interview. He said that the Islamic State has already settled in 25 of Afghanistan’s 34 provinces.

The Afghan government acknowledges the Islamic State group has recently launched its activities in some areas, but rejects as exaggerated the number of fighters aligned to the group as claimed by others.

Oct 23 08:57

Johns Hopkins Scientist Reveals Shocking Report on Flu Vaccines

A Johns Hopkins scientist has issued a blistering report on influenza vaccines in the British Medical Journal (BMJ). Peter Doshi, Ph.D., charges that although the vaccines are being pushed on the public in unprecedented numbers, they are less effective and cause more side effects than alleged by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Further, says Doshi, the studies that underlie the CDC’s policy of encouraging most people to get a yearly flu shot are often low quality studies that do not substantiate the official claims.

Oct 23 08:56

Why Is The U.S. Silently Bombing Syria's Electricity Network?

The plant is in the hands of the Islamic State but there is an informal agreement between the government, which controls the distribution network, and those who hold the power generating station:

[T]he agreement of understanding pertains to the division of the electricity supply between the parties, whereby ISIS will receive 60% of the quota and the Syrian regime will receive 40%.

Both sides will have some electricity and the civilian as well as fighters on both side will be better off than without electricity. No side has a motive to destroy that plant.

But last night the U.S. coalition bombed the Aleppo thermal power plant and destroyed parts of it:

A military source told SANA that warplanes of the Washington alliance violated Syrian airspace and attacked civilian infrastructure in Mare’a, Tal Sha’er, and al-Bab in Aleppo countryside on Sunday.

Oct 23 08:55

Putin's mission to destroys ISIS rages on: Russia obliterates 70 targets in just 24 hours

RUSSIA has obliterated more than 70 Islamic State (ISIS) targets in the past 24 hours alone as it continues its blitzing crusade against the evil terror group, a defence ministry spokesman announced today.

Oct 23 08:55

Watch The 10 Words Hillary Just Told Benghazi Committee That Will Have EVERYONE In Disbelief

Although Clinton spoke on Thursday about Benghazi keeping her awake, that has not always been the case.

This May, an email from the private email account of Ms. Clinton maintained during her tenure as secretary of state showed her apologizing for missing President Obama’s very first daily intelligence briefing on Benghazi.

Two minutes before the scheduled 10:45 a.m. briefing on Sept. 15, 2012, four days after the Benghazi tragedy, Clinton sent this e-mail:

“I just woke up,” she wrote at 10:43 a.m.

Oct 23 08:53

Five Things That Netanyahu Actually Said

2. “America is a thing you can move very easily.”

In candid remarks captured on a home video in 2001, Netanyahu boasted of his ability to manipulate U.S. policy. “I know what America is,” he said. “America is a thing you can move very easily, move it in the right direction. They won’t get in their way.”

Netanyahu also explained how he undermined the peace process as prime minister in the 1990s. “But how do you limit the withdrawals? I interpret the [Oslo] accords in such a way that will enable me to stop this rush toward ’67 borders [the internationally-recognised Green Line.”

Oct 23 08:51

Here's what mufti al-Husseini's granddaughter has to say about Netanyahu's Holocaust comments

As the Internet has already outlined, there's a lot wrong with Netanyahu's comments. Aside from being historically inaccurate, subject scholars point out his quote technically qualifies as Holocaust denial.

Ironically, Dana Husseini thinks it could swing the pendulum in favor of the Palestinians at a time when tensions in Jerusalem are higher than they've been in a long time.

Oct 23 08:49

The U.S. Financial And Political Is A Complete Fraud

Perhaps most emblematic of this complete fraud and corruption that has engulfed our system is the spectacle of Hillary Clinton’s candidacy for President. She is clearly the front-running candidate for the Democrats and likely would win a head-to-head against any of the Republicans. How is this sanely possible?

Anyone who bothered to pick up a newspaper just a few times per year since 1991, when Bill was first running for President, knows that Hillary is probably the most corrupt attorney and politician in the history of the country. Whitewater and her “successful” foray in cattle futures (anyone remember those?) don’t even garner scrutiny anymore because her list of dirty laundry is so long and filthy. Needless to say, Hillary Clinton should be in front of a firing squad – not in front of Congress justifying her role in Benghazi and the likely next President of the U.S.

Anyone who supports her candidacy is either woefully ignorant, mildly retrarded or insanely naive.

Oct 23 08:46

The U.S. Navy’s Big Mistake?—Building Tons of Supercarriers

The Pentagon behaves as if aircraft carriers will rule forever … they won’t

“History,” it has been written, “does not repeat itself, but it rhymes.” Today it’s rhyming with Gen. Billy Mitchell. In the 1920s, Mitchell challenged conventional thinking by advocating air power at sea in the face of a naval establishment dominated by battleship proponents.

The hubris of the “battleship Navy” was such that just nine days before Pearl Harbor, the official program for the 1941 Army-Navy game displayed a full page photograph of the battleship USS Arizona with language virtually extolling its invincibility.

Of course, the reason that no one had yet sunk a battleship from the air?—?in combat?—?was that no one had yet tried.

In fact, Mitchell sank a captured German battleship, the Ostfriesland, in an aerial demonstration back in 1921, but the Navy said that the test proved nothing. Two of the observers that day were officials from Japan.

Oct 23 08:45

Sex, Lies and YouTube Videos (Reprised for Obvious Reasons)

The smoking gun, a phone call from Hillary Clinton to the Prime Minister of Egypt, within 12 hours of the terrorist trashing of the American consulate, revealed today at the Benghazi hearings:

"We know the attack in Libya had nothing to do with the film. It was a planned attack, not a protest."

I repeat:

"We know the attack in Libya had nothing to do with the film. It was a planned attack, not a protest."

This, after an e-mail to Chelsea Clinton the very night of the attack saying the same thing.

Yet Hillary, Susan Rice and the Obatollah pushed the YouTube video lie for weeks. The maker of the video (who should have been protected under the First Amendment) was jailed. They should be in jail, and in any country governed by laws, would be.

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The next obvious question (pointedly not asked by the Benghazi committee) was why this terror attack was concealed from the American people? Terror attacks are very useful for the US Government to justify its aggression against other countries. So much so that the FBI has devoted a large amount of resources to setting up patsies as news-worthy terrorists! So, why was Benghazi claimed to be a spontaneous protest over a video? Perhaps to avoid the question of just why the terrorists attacked that particular target?

We already know that the consulate in Benghazi was a hub for running guns from Libya to ISIS and Al Qaeda in Syria, a fact the White House would not want the American people, told that ISIS and Al Qaeda were our enemies, to catch wind of!

But more recently, Paula Broadwell, former CIA Director David Petraeus' biographer/lover, has blown the lid off another secret buried inside the consulate in Benghazi; that it was one of the CIA's clandestine torture dungeons! This means that the attack on the consulate was a rescue mission, to free Libyans being tortured by the CIA. and that too is a secret the White House would not want the American people to catch wind of!

Oct 23 08:42

Broadwell: Benghazi attacks was aimed at illegal CIA prison

Thanks to Broadwell, there’s a new twist in the events surrounding the Sept. 11 attack on the US consulate in Libya that resulted in the deaths of the US ambassador and three other Americans.

On Oct. 26, Broadwell told an alumni symposium at the University of Denver that the CIA was running a prison at the consulate (the university has removed the video from YouTube).

‘I don’t know if a lot of you heard this, but the CIA annex had actually, had taken a couple of Libyan militia members prisoner, and they think that the attack on the consulate was an effort to try to get these prisoners back.

Oct 23 08:42

Finally revealed: What ambassador in Benghazi was really doing

The U.S. special mission in Benghazi and the nearby CIA annex were utilized in part to coordinate arms shipments to the jihadist rebels fighting the Syrian regime, with Ambassador Christopher Stevens playing a central role, documents an explosive new book released today.

The activities, which included a separate, unprecedented multi-million-dollar weapons collection effort from Libyan militias who did not want to give up their weapons, may have prompted the Sept. 11, 2012, attack, charges the new book.

Oct 23 08:40

FLASHBACK - Terrorist Plots, Hatched by the F.B.I.

THE United States has been narrowly saved from lethal terrorist plots in recent years — or so it has seemed. A would-be suicide bomber was intercepted on his way to the Capitol; a scheme to bomb synagogues and shoot Stinger missiles at military aircraft was developed by men in Newburgh, N.Y.; and a fanciful idea to fly explosive-laden model planes into the Pentagon and the Capitol was hatched in Massachusetts.

But all these dramas were facilitated by the F.B.I., whose undercover agents and informers posed as terrorists offering a dummy missile, fake C-4 explosives, a disarmed suicide vest and rudimentary training. Suspects naïvely played their parts until they were arrested.

Oct 23 08:27

The Man Who Bought the Clintons: the Political Business of Terry McAuliffe

In May 1999, the Labor Department brought suit against Jack Moore and John Grau, charging the two men with mismanaging the pension fund for the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers. Moore was the longtime secretary of the union, while Grau was the vice-president of the National Electrical Contractor’s Association, which was partner in the fund. At issue was a series of sweetheart real estate deals in central Florida, which regulators labeled “imprudent”, and cost the fund money. Moore and Grau eventually settled the case for more than six figures. The union was forced to kick in another $5 million to cover the losses to the pension fund. The person at the center of the scandal, however, made out in the deal very well, indeed. His name: Terry McAuliffe, former head of the DNC, now governor of Virginia.

Oct 23 08:26

Committee for Monetary and Economic Reform (COMER) Sues the Bank of Canada. Canadians Fight to Restore their “National Public Bank”

In some ways, this was the Don Quixote of court cases: a small group of individuals, and a small economic think tank known as the Committee on Monetary and Economic Reform sued the Bank of Canada, a national entity under the juridsiction of the Crown, for abandoning its original mandate to be a public bank. Bank of Canada did this in 1974, and since then, has functioned largely as a middleman to funnel public money into the hands of international private banks, and to arrange loans from those private entities for the financing of Canadian needs. The money lost in interest (since B of C, functioning as a public bank, would have lent at low interest and subsequently collected the interest back itself) has been in excess of a trillion dollars.

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Oct 23 08:24

Libya: From Africa’s Wealthiest Democracy Under Gaddafi to Terrorist Haven After US Intervention

In 1967 Colonel Gaddafi inherited one of the poorest nations in Africa; by the time he was assassinated, he had transformed Libya into Africa’s richest nation. Prior to the US-led bombing campaign in 2011, Libya had the highest Human Development Index, the lowest infant mortality and the highest life expectancy in all of Africa.

Today, Libya is a failed state. Western military intervention has caused all of the worst-scenarios: Western embassies have all left, the South of the country has become a haven for ISIS terrorists, and the Northern coast a center of migrant trafficking. Egypt, Algeria and Tunisia have all closed their borders with Libya. This all occurs amidst a backdrop of widespread rape, assassinations and torture that complete the picture of a state that is failed to the bone.

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"So?" -- Official White Horse Souse

Oct 23 08:23

Israel’s March of Madness. Towards an Ultra-nationalist, Racist, Religious Society.

Israeli democracy is sliding downwards. Sliding slowly, comfortably, but unmistakably.

Sliding where? Everybody knows that: towards an ultra-nationalist, racist, religious society.

Who is leading the ride?

Why, the government, of course, that group of noisy nobodies which came to power at the last elections, led by Binyamin Netanyahu.

Not really. Take all these big-mouthed little demagogues, the ministers of this or that (I can’t quite remember who is supposed to be minister for what) and shut them up somewhere, and nothing will change. In 10 years from now, nobody will remember the name of any of them.

… there is only one group in the country that is strong enough, cohesive enough, determined enough to take over the state: the settlers.

Oct 23 08:22

There Has Never Been an American “Middle Class”. The U.S. Working Class Has Always Been Poor

One of the most firmly entrenched myths of The American Ideology is that the U.S. is a “middle class society,” a “land of opportunity” where anyone who works hard has the opportunity to achieve the standard of living which has made America “the envy of the world.” A common, and spot on, rejoinder has been to remind us that America has always had a sizable class of permanently poor people and that it is just factually false that those ready, willing and able to work are on the path to middle class status.

But does this reply concede too much? Has there ever been a substantial middle class in America? Or has a poor working class been able to mask its condition by accessing an institution that has disguised a large portion of a poor working class as a middle class? The best place to start is with the history of the modern American middle class.

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The big lie of capitalism is that everyone can be rich. This is nonsense. If everyone were millionaires, who would take out the trash, repair the sewers, or bury the dead? Capitalism only works if there is a deliberately imposed wealth differential. The vast majority of people must be kept poor to keep them willing to work at the thousand distasteful jobs on which society depends. Politics is the process that decides who is and is not allowed to be rich, and inevitably selects those who understand that the mass of the population must be kept poor.

Oct 23 08:21

Ukraine's Cyber Mercenaries Attack Independent Media

The terms cyber war and infowar have been a constant in many articles written about the conflict in Ukraine. The problem with the terms is that the concepts are so new that definitions vary from an ignorant “troll” rant to a hacker that destroys the controls on a dam. The troll is an annoyance. The dam that burst that kills hundreds of people in their sleep is not. The military definition of a cyber attack revolves around real world injury, death, or damage.

Oct 23 08:21

54-year-old Palestinian dies from tear gas inhalation in Hebron

A 54-year-old Palestinian died on Wednesday from excessive tear gas inhalation during clashes between Palestinian youths and Israeli forces in Hebron, medical sources said.

A doctor in Hebron's government hospital told Ma'an that the Palestinian, identified as Hashem al-Azzeh, had a previous history of cardiac disease.

Locals told Ma'an that he was a resident of the Tel Rumeida area of Hebron, and was at Bab al-Zawiya in central Hebron when he suffered excessive tear gas inhalation.

He was rushed to hospital, where doctors pronounced him dead.

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He was not, in fact, "rushed" to the hospital, as vehicles, including ambulances, are not allowed into the neighborhood where Hashem al-Azzeh lived. He was carried by hand down to where the ambulance could pick him up, which is where he was exposed to the tear gas.

Oct 23 08:10

Benghazi Victims’ Family Members BLAST Clinton After Hearing

In an interview with CNN’s Anderson Cooper, Kate Quigley, the sister of CIA contractor Glen Doherty, recalled a meeting she and her family had with Clinton at Andrews Air Force Base three days after the terrorist attack in which the then-secretary of state said that the onslaught started as a spontaneous protest.

“She spoke to my family about how sad we should feel for the Libyan people because they’re uneducated, and that breeds fear which breeds violence and leads to a protest,” Quigley recalled.

But as was made clear in Thursday’s hearing, Clinton knew even before the attacks were finished that terrorists with links to al-Qaeda were involved. Clinton emailed her daughter Chelsea stating that terrorists were involved.

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Oct 23 08:06

Rep. Jim Jordan vs. Hillary Clinton: Why Did You Tell Egyptians Benghazi Was a Terrorist Attack But Not The American People?

At a House Select Committee on Benghazi hearing Thursday, Rep. Jim Jordan introduced e-mails that show then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton calling the attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya terrorism to family and the Egyptian prime minister.

Jordan then questioned why she told Americans the Benghazi attack was a response to an infamous YouTube clip mocking Muslims but e-mailed it was a terrorist attack to the Egyptian prime minister and family.

"You can tell the Egyptian prime minister it’s a terrorist attack, but you can’t tell your own people," Jordan scolded Clinton.

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Basically, Hillary admitted to lying to the American people, and apparently thinks it is politically incorrect for us to notice it!

Oct 23 08:02

Radiation Sensors in Major U.S. Cities Turned Off By EPA

Environmental Protection Agency officials confirmed 99 of 135 beta-radiation sensors in its RadNet system—which monitors in all 50 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico—aren’t working and have been turned off. Officials blame electromagnetic interference from sources such as cellphone towers and said efforts to resolve the problem have been unsuccessful

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How convenient, what with underground fires nearing radioactive waste dumps in moth St. Louis and Nevada!

Oct 23 07:58

BEX ALERT - Eight reasons why Hillary Clinton won the Benghazi hearing

This has been the best week of the Clinton presidential campaign. After Hillary won the first debate, Joe Biden declared he would not challenge her on Wednesday.

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Remember the swindle the corporate media pulled on that Democratic debate? All the online polls, including those of the Corporate media showed Hillary losing, but the corporate media yanked their polls, and put out stories of Hillary's "victory" to bamboozle the majority of Americans who had not watched the debate. Likewise, we are seeing the corporate media proclaim Hillary the "victor" in a hearing in which Hillary admitted responsibility for Benghazi, and worse, excused her failure by saying that she simply wasn't paying attention to all the memos being sent by Ambassador Stevens requesting increased security, hardly a sterling endorsement of her skills to be President! After all, it was her job to know what was going on, and in that she clearly failed (if you accept the official story of Benghazi).

Oct 23 07:52

How did Hillary's testimony change your opinion of her?

3% (17 votes)
65% (336 votes)
31% (162 votes)
Total votes: 515
Oct 23 07:44

Will the Benghazi hearing change anyone’s opinion?

In the poll, 44% of Americans say that they’re not satisfied with Clinton’s response to the Benghazi attack in 2012 – including 77% of Republican respondents, 40% of independents but just 14% of Democrats. In addition, 36% of Americans think the current congressional investigation into the Benghazi attacks is unfair and too partisan (that includes 53% of Democrats); 29% of Americans believe it’s fair and impartial (including 50% of Republicans); and another 35% don’t know enough. And regarding Clinton’s private email server, 47% say it will be an important factor in their upcoming vote, versus 44% who disagree. But once again, these numbers are divided by party: 76% of Republicans believe Clinton’s private server is important to their vote, while 70% of Democrats say it isn’t important.

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Oct 23 07:44


The drone infrastructure uses Big Data to “build target packages” about its high-value individuals, while corporations can “build profiles of the most profitable current customers.” Drones attempt “to maintain 24/7 persistent stare,” just as corporations need “to get a 360 view of the customer.”

Oct 23 07:43

CISA latest: Law urging tech giants to share your info with the Feds shows no sign of stopping

On Thursday morning the proposed Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act (CISA) moved a step closer to reality when the US Senate voted 83 to 14 to end debate on a package of amendments.

The CISA legislation invites internet giants and other companies to quietly give people's private and personal information to the federal government so that it can be analyzed for evidence of criminal activity and hacking.

In return, the businesses get secret intelligence on cyber-attacks and security vulnerabilities, and immunity from lawsuits by customers peeved about their data being volunteered to Uncle Sam.

Oct 23 07:40

US Mulls No-Fly Zone In Syria

Major Brain Disorder!

This new deployment comes amid reports of a serious debate going on in the administration on a dramatic buildup of the war in Syria, aimed at spiting Russia for its own anti-ISIS war. Secretary of State John Kerry is said to be leading a push for a show of force, including declaring a “no fly zone” in northern Syria and attempting to block Russia from the area militarily.

Oct 23 07:40


The underlying story of Benghazi is one that cannot and will not be talked about in any open session of Congress. This means that Thursday’s hearing featuring former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was nothing but an exercise in futility. It is the story of a covert CIA operation that was operating from a separate facility in the Benghazi compound that was simply known as the “Annex.” Some two dozen CIA case officers, analysts, translators and special staff were a part of this operation and its security was provided by CIA Global Response Staff (GRS), who had entered the countryunder diplomatic cover.