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July 12, 2017

Jul 12 08:17

ISIL Leader in Hawija Proclaims Himself Emir after Baghdadi’s Death Reports

A senior ISIL leader in Iraqi city of Hawija declared himself a new leader of the terror group, adding to the state of chaos within the group’s ranks that followed reports of the death of the group’s founder, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.
“Abu Haitham al-Obaidi, deputy to the ISIL's mayor of Hawija, dissented from the group and named himself a new Caliph after Baghdadi’s death reports were confirmed,” said Jabbar al-Maamouri, a leader at the Popular Mobilization Forces, Al Sumariya reported.

He explained that Obaidi is a senior military leader, and had withdrew with tens of his loyalists to the Western side of Hawija, where he entrenched preparing for a “decisive” confrontation with his opponents.

“Hawija is bracing for a bloody infighting among ISIL members, the most violent since the group took over Hawija in June 2014,” said Maamouri.

Jul 12 08:17

Internal Coup Reported among ISIL Members after Confirmation of Al-Baghdadi's Death

Iraqi sources reported eruption of conflicts and clashes among ISIL members and commanders after the terrorist group confirmed the death of its notorious leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.

Jul 12 08:17

Turkey has sent almost 200 cargo planes to Qatar since dispute began: Economy Minister

Turkey has sent 197 cargo planes, 16 trucks and one ship to Qatar since the crisis broke out last month between it and other Gulf states, Economy Minister Nihat Zeybekci stated on July 12.

“Turkey has so far sent a total of 197 cargo planes, 16 trucks and one ship to meet the daily needs of Qatar. We will keep meeting its daily or longer-term needs in the coming period,” Zeybekci said, as quoted by Reuters.

At a meeting with Zeybekci in the Turkish capital Ankara, Qatari Economy Minister Ahmed bin Jassim al-Thani said Doha’s sea and air trade was continuing without disruption despite sanctions, adding that both countries want to boost their bilateral ties.

Al-Thani said more opportunities would likely be created for Turkish companies in their activities in Qatar.

Jul 12 08:16


“In June 2014, ISIS crossed the Syrian border into Iraq, effortlessly taking the strategic oil-rich cities of Mosul and Baiji and almost making it as far as Baghdad. Amid the terror group’s frightening victory, they uploaded images and footage of drive-by-shootings, large-scale death marches, and mass graves (following the mass executions of Iraqi soldiers).

“ISIS militants claimed massive quantities of American military equipment, including entire truckloads of humvees, helicopters, tanks, and artillery as their own. This was no secret to Washington, or even the world, as the militants photographed and recorded themselves and publicly flaunted their activity on social media.”

Was there a good reason the American military sat on its hands despite knowing full well that this was going on? As Anti-Media explained further:

Jul 12 08:11


And yet, while Illinois squirms in the agony of the unknown, another municipality that as recently as a month ago was rumored to be looking at a bankruptcy filing, the state capital of Connecticut, Hartford, no longer has to dread the unknown: on Tuesday afternoon, S&P pulled off the band-aid, and downgraded the city's bond rating by two notches to BB from BBB-, also known as junk, citing "growing liquidity pressures" and "weaker market access prospects", while keeping the city's General Obligation bonds on Creditwatch negative meaning more downgrades are likely imminent.

Jul 12 08:10

German police raid Holocaust revisionist’s house on orders of powerful Jewish organization

These police thugs, working at the behest of the criminal Jewish Secret Society B’nai Brith, wanted my ability to make videos destroyed. They know that nobody believes their lies anymore and are desperate now to prevent anyone from spreading truth about the things they have done, lest it may upset anyone.

On the “state prosecutors” paper to justify this theft of my equipment we find: “Why do YOU support open debate on the Holocaust?

Jul 12 08:08


In 2008, Amy Goodman of Democracy Now interviewed Bamford as his latest book, The Shadow Factory, was being released.

Bamford explained that, in the 1990s, everything changed for NSA. Previously, they’d been able to intercept electronic communications by using big dishes to capture what was coming down to Earth from telecom satellites.

But with the shift to fiber-optic cables, NSA was shut out. So they devised new methods.

For example, they set up a secret spy room at an AT&T office in San Francisco. NSA installed new equipment that enabled them to tap into the fiber-optic cables and suck up all traffic.

How Bamford describes this, in 2008, tells you exactly where the PRISM program came from:

“NSA began making these agreements with AT&T and other companies, and that in order to get access to the actual cables, they had to build these secret rooms in these buildings.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

There are a couple of problems with all of this data-mining and sharing by US intelligent agencies.

First, the bad guys already have a "Rolls Royce" standard of encryption that the NSA cannot, generally break.

And secondly, with all the data being collected, those gatherers of this intel are simply drowning in it; there's just too much.

Jul 12 08:05

British Lawsuit Raises New Questions Over John McCain's Involvement With The "Trump Dossier"

As a recap, for those who have manged to avoid the head trauma of this particular narrative, the dossier in question was compiled by former British spy Christopher Steele and his London firm, Orbis Business Intelligence Ltd. The intelligence produced amounted to a collection of uncorroborated reports gathered by Steele primarily from intelligence contacts he developed while working undercover in Moscow. Provocative details relating to Trump, hookers and 'golden showers' in Russian hotel rooms proved explosive when they were published by BuzzFeed on January 10th, but were quickly debunked as nothing more than 'fake news.'

Jul 12 08:04

Investors Are Dumping Emerging Market Debt At A Record Pace

Having warned that Emerging Market debt risks had hit 10-year lows (despite soaring uncertainty) and EM equity risk had hit record lows (amid record inflows), it seems the lagged impact of the collapse in the China credit impulse is finally being recognized as the largest EM Debt ETF (from JPMorgan) just suffered its largest outflows in history...

Jul 12 08:04

The City of Seattle Approved an Income Tax, but Faces Court Battle

Seattle has done one thing effectively: drive out earners. Anyone making over $250,000 within city limits of Seattle is now subject to a new income tax, but the new law is likely to face a court battle over its unconstitutionality.

The cheers from the socialists as this blatant constitutional violation was on full display was possibly the most horrific part of the entire debacle. People are actually cheering and happy that the government is stealing money from those they don’t even know. It’s like humanity has never existed.

Jul 12 08:04

For Google, the Pixels Just Hit the Fan

Distinguished research psychologist Robert Epstein explains why Google was recently fined $2.7 billion for one of its search-engine manipulations. This is just the beginning, he says, of bad news for a company that tracks and manipulates people on a massive scale.

Jul 12 08:03

'Cultural incompetence': Legal defense for woman-beating migrant boggles the mind

Now, let us refer to what is known in the juridical word as the brass tacks. This case is absurd. To think this man is not able to grasp the notion or acquaint himself with the reality that, and I repeat, “striking, pushing, grabbing, kicking and pulling out the hair of a woman who was 27 weeks pregnant at the time,” is verboten is to abandon and/or reject anything vaguely resembling rational thought.

On a personal and professional note, as a former prosecutor, I have been scrupulous in reminding audiences that it’s easy to second-guess a case without reference to the workload of a prosecutor’s office or the unique facts that are all too often omitted in newspaper and media accounts. I recognize and call on the reader to remember that prosecution is discretionary and that there is no right per se to your having a case filed or a suspect charged.

Jul 12 08:01

‘Defend Europe’: Far-right activists launch mission to rescue, send back illegals from Libya

Far-right activists from the Identitarian movement have charted a ship to fight illegal migration off the Libyan coast and to expose what they describe as alleged collaboration between European NGOs operating in the area and human traffickers.

A 40-meter-long ship called the C-Star, which was charted by the group, set sail from the African port of Djibouti on July 6 and is expected to take the far-right activists via the Sicilian port of Catania next week before reaching the relief zone of the Libyan coast.

Jul 12 08:01


Earlier this week, The New York Times published a story on how top Trump administration officials have asked Erik Prince, the founder of Blackwater, and billionaire Stephen Feinberg, who owns military contractor DynCorp, to come up with alternative plans on how to proceed in Afghanistan.
Perhaps not surprisingly, the two men, who have made untold sums of money off the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, came up with a plan to rely on private contractors instead of the US military. This story may sound familiar and it usually doesn’t end well.

Last month — after The Wall Street Journal fired Jay Solomon, its chief foreign affairs correspondent, for failure to disclose shady business deals with one of his sources — we published a book excerpt that revealed some juicy details about that source, Farhad Azima, and his unsavory colleagues.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

There is only one intelligent answer to that belching cesspool which is Afghanistan, 16 years on: have NATO and US troops leave as quickly as is safe, then negotiate with whatever government is left standing in Kabul for rights to the oil pipelines (which is why Bush sent our troops there n the first place); the mineral rights, and rights to the opium, which funds "off the shelf" operations over which Congress has utterly no oversight.

And, BTW, here are some images of American troops guarding those opium poppy fields in Afghanistan:

US occupation leads to all time high heroin production

Video: US troops assisting in harvesting opium in Afghanistan.

US turns a blind eye to opium in Afghan town

The US government has have spent far too much blood and money in a country with the international reputation as being "the graveyard for empires"; time to go.

Jul 12 08:01

EXCLUSIVE–Polish Govt: Trump’s Perceived ‘Friendliness’ With Russia No Concern After Warsaw Speech

Polish government sources have told Breitbart News the nation’s concerns over President Trump’s relationship with Russia “evaporated” during his recent trip to Warsaw.

The President–who spoke for 35 minutes in the Polish capital last week–still faces claims of “Russian collusion” from the U.S. and British press. Meanwhile, those on the NATO front lines in Europe have declared their belief that the U.S. President will continue to stand with America’s NATO allies.

Speaking to Breitbart News, Sen. Anna Maria Anders, who also serves as the Polish government’s Plenipotentiary for International Dialogue said: “President Trump was incredibly well received. There was a huge amount of excitement and anticipation about his visit and we were not disappointed.

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Jul 12 08:00

Older Hondas and newer Toyotas are among the country’s most-stolen vehicles

The National Insurance Crime Bureau reported in its annual “Hot Wheels” survey that Honda’s Civic and Accord were the most-stolen vehicles last year, followed by pickup trucks made by Ford and Chevrolet, and then by the Toyota Camry and Nissan Altima. A Dodge pickup, the Chevy Impala, the Toyota Corolla and the Jeep Cherokee rounded out the top 10.

But thieves aren’t stealing just any Civics or Accords. The bureau’s report said that Hondas from the late 1990s were the most targeted models — specifically the 1997 Accord and 1998 Civic. That's because those models were sold in very high volume, were built well enough to still be on the road, and did not include the “smart key” technology that makes newer Hondas much more difficult to steal.

Jul 12 07:55

Sign of things to come for UK? Norway HITS OUT at EU for sending ships into Oslo waters

Norway, which is not a member of the European Union, has slammed Brussels for authorising European vessels from mainly Baltic nations to fish for crabs in the Svalbard area, an archipelago in the Barents Sea, insisting the move violates its national sovereignty.

A Latvian ship, The Senator, was recently intercepted by the Norwegian coast guard while crab fishing around Svalbard and received a hefty fine.

Norwegian Fisheries Minister Per Sandberg said: “What happened is totally new. The EU is unabashed to make this kind of a decision without consulting us.”

Jul 12 07:55

EXCLUSIVE: Clinton Foundation Got $100M From ‘Blood Minerals’ Firm

A little known Swedish-Canadian oil and mining conglomerate human rights groups have repeatedly charged produces “blood minerals” is among the Clinton Foundation’s biggest donors, thanks to a $100 million pledge in 2007, a Daily Caller News Foundation investigation has found.

“Blood minerals” are related to “blood diamonds,” which are allegedly mined in war zones or sold as commodities to help finance political insurgencies or despotic warlords.

Jul 12 07:54

Clinton & the killer blood

In the mid-1980s, as contaminated blood flowed from Arkansas inmates to other countries, then-Governor W.J. Clinton sat on his hands despite evidence of severe mismanagement in his prison system and its medical operations. . .

Some of the killer blood ended up in Canada where it contributed to the deaths of an unknown number of blood and plasma recipients. An estimated 2,000 Canadian recipients of blood and related products got the AIDS virus between 1980 and 1985. At least 60,000 Canadians were infected with the hepatitis C virus between 1980 and 1990. Arkansas was one of the few sources of bad blood during this period. . .

Jul 12 07:42


Senator John McCain just lobbed another criticism against the Trump Administration and every American voter in an interview with CBS. The interviewer asked McCain how he felt about Secretary of State Rex Tillerson saying about working with Russia in the Mideast. What you are about to witness is so disgusting that McCain should resign immediately.

Jul 12 07:38

Vatican rules the Body of Christ can’t be gluten free

Pope Francis has weighed in on the matter of religious bread-making by reminding his flock that the Body of Christ is not gluten-free.

Jul 12 07:37

Why Europe Doesn't Feel Right Without Gaddafi

It appears that Brussels is about to pin its hopes on Libyan National Army Gen. Khalifa Haftar, who has recently liberated Benghazi from Islamists, Radio Sputnik contributor Vladimir Bychkov noted. In contrast to other Libyan "leaders" Haftar has real power, he added.

Europe is seemingly weighing the pros and cons of siding with Libyan National Army Gen. Khalifa Haftar, Russian political analyst and Radio Sputnik contributor Vladimir Bychkov says.

Jul 12 07:35

Matthew Alford about Hollywood and its relationship to the Army

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Jul 12 07:34

Was Trump Junior Framed?

As a storm breaks over Washington, and the details of foreign “collusion” and intrigue over the 2016 presidential election break out into the open, I just happened to be re-reading Gore Vidal’s The Golden Age, a novel set in the run up to World War II in which pretty much the same plot line plays out on the same terrain.
There is Don Junior, the fresh-faced and rather obtuse presidential progeny, who walks straight into the arms of the clownish Bob Goldstone, a former British tabloid journalist and events promoter, who set up the fateful meeting. There is Natalia Veselnitskaya, a Russian lawyer who previously worked with Fusion GPS, the dirty tricks firm employed by the Never Trump crowd that came up with the salacious “dirty dossier,” claiming that Trump had been compromised by Russian intelligence.

Jul 12 07:34

Fukushima Leak Biggest Threat to Humanity and Earth…Fukushima Rain Water is the Cause of Over 1-Million Deaths in USA, Canada, and UK +Videos

“Far worse than economic and social problems, the major threats to the survival of the human species are the threat of nuclear war and environmental catastrophe”.

Let’s take as first example the nuclear disaster in the reactor of Chernobyl in Ukraine 30 years ago. So far the worst accident in a nuclear power plant, but by no means the only one.

Since the accident, only 50 % of the nuclide Cesium 137 has disintegrated.

We have therefore to live many more years with this poison.

Jul 12 07:33

Millions of Verizon customer records exposed in security lapse

Customer records for at least 14 million subscribers, including phone numbers and account PINs, were exposed.

Jul 12 07:33

Trump’s son-in-law tried to get $500mn loan from Qatar

US President Donald Trump's son-in-law and senior adviser, Jared Kushner, has “tried and failed” to get a $500 million loan from a key member of the Qatari royal family before pushing the president to toe hard line against the Persian Gulf nation, reports say.

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Jul 12 07:32


The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) and the National Defense Forces (NDF) are attempting to separate Jobar and Zamalka areas in eastern Damascus countryside. They have advanced along the M5 highway and claimed capturing some buildings in the process. Clashes have also continued in Ayn Tarma. Faylaq Al-Rahman and Hayat Tahrir al-Sham are two militant groups opposing the SAA and the NDF in the area.

The SAA, the NDF and other pro-government factions have fully liberated the al-Hayl gas field area, including hills near the gas field, from ISIS terrorists in the countryside of Palmyra.

The SAA and its allies entered the al-Hayl gas field area earlier this month, captured the al-Hayl gas station, and engaged ISIS units in an intense fighting in the area. On Tuesday, government forces got a full control over the area and seized hills overlooking the gas field. However, ISIS launched a counter-attack in an attempt to the field. An intense fighting is now ongoing.

Jul 12 07:32

Which Campaign Truly Colluded With Russia?Case 1:


Which of the two cases stinks of "collusion with the Russians"?

Jul 12 07:31

Damascus: Syrian Army Seizes French-Made Missiles Cargo en Route to Terrorist-Held Regions

The army forces, tipped off by the intelligence agents, stopped four vehicles that were carrying a large volume of arms and ammunition, including French-made missiles.

The vehicles were going through the Southern regions towards the positions of Al-Nusra in Eastern Ghouta that are under the siege of the army troops.

There were a large number of weapons, including machineguns, and a large volume of munitions, including thousands of bullets, mortar shells and French missiles in the seized cargo.

Jul 12 07:29

China envoy says North Korea trade growth picture 'distorted'

China's ambassador to the United States has said reports of trade growth between his country and North Korea, in spite of international efforts to press Pyongyang to give up its nuclear and missile programs, give "a distorted picture."

Last week President Donald Trump denounced China's trade with North Korea, saying it had grown almost 40 percent in the first quarter, and cast doubt on whether Beijing was helping to counter the threat from North Korea.

Jul 12 07:28

Magnesium to make depression drugs obsolete? New science finds magnesium safer, more affordable and more effective than SSRIs

In the blocked and randomized crossover trial of 126 adults using outpatient primary care clinics, participants with mild to moderate depression were studied over the course of 12 weeks. Some participants were given 248 milligrams of magnesium each day for the course of six weeks followed by six weeks without it, whereas those in the control group received no treatment for six weeks followed by six weeks of magnesium. All participants were given biweekly assessments of their depression symptoms.

Those who took the elemental magnesium chloride noted clinically significant improvements in anxiety symptoms and measures of depression. On the Patient Health Questionnaire 9, which asks patients nine questions to diagnose and then classify depression, participants scored six points lower on average during their time taking magnesium.

Best of all, they experienced these improvements after just two weeks of taking the magnesium.

Jul 12 07:25

Is Mike Pence Leaking to Take Down Trump?

Ever notice how Vice President Mike Pence is never implicated in any of President Donald Trump's scandals and always comes out looking pure as the driven snow?

With the leaking of Don Jr.'s emails to the New York Times, which they sourced to "three advisers to the White House briefed on the meeting and two others with knowledge of it," people are finally starting to ask questions about whether or not this establishment Republican cold warrior is leaking to take Trump down so he can become President.

Jul 12 07:10

Science SHOCK: Chlorine in swimming pools transforms sunscreen into cancer-causing toxic chemical right on your skin

Researchers from Lomonosov Moscow State University have discovered that the world’s most popular active sunscreen ingredient, avobenzone, breaks down into something far more sinister in chlorinated water. Two of the chemicals it produces upon mixing with the water, phenols and acetyl benzenes, are of particular concern because of their toxicity. This reaction takes place on your wet skin when the sunscreen reacts to UV radiation and chlorinated water, and the chemicals have been linked to problems like immune system damage, infertility, and cancer.

In swimming pools that use copper salts to make the water look blue, this reaction is even worse. In that case, the sunscreen can break down into bromoform, a substance that has been linked to nervous system disorders, liver problems, and kidney problems.

In addition to sunscreen, avobenzone is often used in moisturizers, creams and lipsticks that offer SPF.

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Jul 12 07:05

‘Fight far from over’: US troops expected to stay in Iraq after ISIS’ defeat

US troops and coalition forces may stay in Iraq even after Islamic State terrorists are totally defeated, the top US commander in Iraq stated on Tuesday, just one day after Mosul was officially declared liberated from the terrorist group.

Jul 12 07:03

Cryptocurrencies Collapsed - Ethereum down 52%, Ripple down 57%, EON down 70% in eight days.

A “collapse” isn’t when something edges down 1% in value or even 10% or 20%; it’s when something plunges 50% in a short time.

Jul 12 07:02

China has been ‘stabbed in the back’ by Donald Trump over the North Korean missile crisis

Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Geng Shuang said it was not his country that was threatening North Korea and the answer to the problems did not lie with Beijing.

Mr Geng said: “Recently, certain people, talking about the Korean peninsula nuclear issue, have been exaggerating and giving prominence to the so-called 'China responsibility theory’.

“I think this either shows lack of a full, correct knowledge of the issue, or there are ulterior motives for it, trying to shift responsibility.”

The spokesman reiterated that China had been making a concerted effort to play a constructive role in the conflict.

He added: “Asking others to do work, but doing nothing themselves is not OK. Being stabbed in the back is really not OK.”

Jul 12 06:58

EU to splurge £5M A YEAR on luxury 'Bond villain lair' - despite massive budget shortfall

Now the EU, which has been both shaken to its core and stirred into action by Brexit, has unveiled plans to splurge £5.3million a year on a massive new vanity project in the heart of the French capital.

Jul 12 06:55

Crohn's and colitis: Inflammatory bowel disease could be linked to THIS medication

A study by researchers at the University of Chicago Medicine shows that when mice given antibiotics in late pregnancy were more likely to have offspring which developed an inflammatory condition resembling inflammatory bowel disease.

Experts found the antibiotic treatment also caused lasting changes in the gut microbiome of mothers that were passed on to their offspring.

While their offspring developed disease, adult mice given antibiotics did not see an increase in IBD.

This suggests that the timing of antibiotic exposure is crucial, especially during the early developmental period after birth when the immune system is undergoing maturation.

“The newborn mice inherited a very altered, skewed population of microbes,” said Eugene B. Chang, Professor of Medicine at the University of Chicago and senior author of the study.

Jul 12 06:49

Chrome WARNING - Your ENTIRE web history will be shared with family unless you do THIS

A new form of ransomware that threatens to share your web browsing history with friends and family has been uncovered in the Google Play Store.

Dubbed LeakerLocker, the terrifying new software holds users to ransom – threatening to publish your Chrome web history, Facebook message, SMS text history, and more, to every person in your phone and email contacts.

Researchers at McAfee discovered the new variant of ransomware.

Those behind LeakerLocker demand $50 in exchange for not sharing your personal data with friends and family.

Jul 12 06:48

'You MUST pay!' Brexit negotiator Verhofstadt says Britain has to accept EU divorce bill

BREXIT negotiator Guy Verhofstadt today insisted Britain must accept it needs to pay a divorce bill to leave the club after foreign secretary Boris Johnson said the bloc could "go whistle".

Jul 12 06:46

Refugees to get seven-bed home while 1,132 wait on council list

SYRIAN refugees will be given a seven-bedroom home in one of the most desirable parts of Britain, it was revealed last night.

The spacious property – worth an estimated £400,000 – is in Home Secretary Amber Rudd’s constituency of historic Rye, East Sussex.

The furnished end-of-terrace home has been empty for two years but is now reserved for “imminent arrivals” by Rother Council, which has 1,132 people waiting for social housing.

It is part of the Government’s plans to speed up the resettlement of people fleeing the war-torn country.

Jul 12 06:35

Report confirms government hostility to Christianity spiked under Obama

When Obama was elected POTUS, he promised to “fundamentally transform” America.

And transform he sure did — to the worse.

Jul 12 05:18

Who Is The Real Enemy?

And even given that I would have to qualify the nature of the threats . Russia and China are best described as adversaries or competitors rather then enemies as they have compelling interests to avoid war , even though Washington is doing it's best to turn them hostile >>>

Jul 12 04:43

This Video from Venezuela Shows Us Society Really DOES Go Mad Max After a Collapse

This video from Venezuela of a motorcycle gang using grenades to hijack a truck full of sugar proves that it really doesn't take society very long to devolve into something straight out of a post-apocalyptic movie.

Jul 12 04:25


A French spy who infiltrated the environmentalist group Greenpeace and in 1985 helped bomb the organization’s flagship, the Rainbow Warrior, has spoken to the media for the first time. The British-based activist organization had purchased the trawler from the British government in 1977 and used it to carry out maritime research and other operations. In July 1985, the Rainbow Warrior, captained by the American environmental activist Peter Wilcox, was docked at the port of Auckland, New Zealand. It was being prepared to lead a flotilla of vessels to the French Polynesian atoll of Mororoa, in order to try to stop a planned nuclear test by the French military.

Jul 12 02:05



July 11, 2017

Jul 11 22:08

EPA Chief Wants Scientists to Debate Climate on TV

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is in the early stages of launching a debate about climate change that could air on television – challenging scientists to prove the widespread view that global warming is a serious threat, the head of the agency said.

Jul 11 18:58

Anti-Black Lives Matter Crowdfunding Page Banned ‘For Not Promoting Harmony’

A crowdfunding page raising money for lawsuits filed on behalf of Louisiana police against the Black Lives Matter group has been removed because it does ‘not promote harmony.’

The page was set up by a personal injury lawyer, Donna Grodner, who wanted to raise $20,000 in funds for suits she has filed against the activist movement on behalf of Baton Rouge police officers.

Jul 11 18:29

Mass evacuation prepared as ‘Volcano of FIRE’ bursts into life & could erupt at ANY MOMENT

RESIDENTS of a nearby volcano in Guatemala are on standby to evacuate at any moment after the beast burst into life.

Volcan de Fuego, which translates as ‘Volcano of Fire’, shot ash up to a kilometre into the air after it violently erupted in the evening of Monday, July 10.

The local communities of Morelia Panimaché, Santa Sofía, and El Porvenir have been littered with ash from the volcano, and experts could be told to leave at any moment.

Jul 11 18:26

America & Russia on a KNIFE EDGE: Moscow to EXPEL 30 US diplomats as relations deteriorate

Two diplomatic compounds in Maryland belonging to the Kremlin were shut down last year as part of the sanctions introduced by Barack Obama's administration.

The former president also announced the expulsion of 35 Russian diplomats, in a row over Russia's alleged interference in the US presidential election.

Although Moscow has repeatedly denied the claims, the sanctions have been upheld - with relations even deteriorating over repeated claims Donald Trump colluded with the state to secure victory.

Now it seems Russia has had enough, as the state has finally hit back and has announced it is considered kicking out 30 diplomats and seizing some US assets in a brutal retaliation plan.

A Russian Foreign Ministry Source claimed the move is due to the failure of the US to reach an agreement with Moscow on the compounds being returned.

Jul 11 18:20

Brussels’ big-budget bash: EU officials plan £50,000 party - with 700 bottles of wine

EUROPEAN UNION officials are set to spend a “small fortune” of taxpayers’ money on a mammoth eight-hour end-of-year party for civil servants.

Jul 11 18:13

Loud 'explosions' heard as huge fire engulfs Weybridge medical centre, Surrey

A DEVASTATING fire has swept through Weybridge health centre as beleaguered fire services battle the blaze.

Eight fire engines are battling the blaze with reports suggesting the third floor and roof are “well alight”.

Locals reported hearing a “huge bang” from at least two miles away.

Jul 11 18:11

US shoots down test ballistic missile in THAAD defence drill as North Korea tensions rise

The Missile Defence Agency (MDA) said in a statement: “The successful demonstration of THAAD against an IRBM-range missile threat bolsters the country's defensive capability against developing missile threats in North Korea and other countries.”

The agency added that the ballistic missile had been air-launched from a C-17 aircraft flying north of Hawaii and intercepted by a THAAD in Kodiak, Alaska.

According to a US defence official the test took place on Tuesday.

Jul 11 17:41

Sedition: U.S. Intelligence Community Prepping For Soft Coup (Video)

Sadly, because of how dishonest the mainstream media is, most Americans do not realize the severity of the divide that presently exists within this country, and the lengths to which the far-left is willing to go to remove President Trump from office. For that reason, anyone in the alternative media who attempts to warn people of the potential for “civil war,” or for “martial law” is regarded as “conspiracy theorist.”

There are however, a very small and select few in the mainstream media that recognize the gravity of the situation, and realize how dangerous the situation is becoming. Monica Crowley recognized the far-left's agenda for what it was right from the start. She's often said:

Jul 11 17:31

Raspberry Pi rival delivers a 4K Android computer for just $25

The Rock64's video capabilities outstrip the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B, with Rock64 capable of outputting 4K video at 60Hz, with support for HDR10, via HDMI 2.0a.

Jul 11 17:30

Connecticut Just Banned Civil Forfeiture Without A Criminal Conviction

Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy signed HB 7146 on Monday, which curbs the state’s civil forfeiture laws. Not only did the bill earn endorsements from the Yankee Institute for the Public Policy and the state chapter of the ACLU, HB 7146 even passed both the House and the Senate without a single no vote.

Jul 11 16:56

CNN Reset It’s App To Clear ‘Fake News’ Reviews

Following the drubbing CNN received over the ‘doxxing’ threats toward the Reddit user who created the Trump/CNN/WWE meme, CNN’s news app was targeted by thousands for negative reviews last week, leaving it floundering with a one star rating in the Apple App store.

Jul 11 16:54

In India, National Academy Of Agricultural Sciences Ditches Science For Spin In Push For GM Mustard

The case surrounding the approval of genetically modified (GM) mustard in India is coming to a head on the back of the Genetic Engineering Appraisal Committee (GEAC) recommending approval. The final decision now rests with Harsh Vardhan, minister of the environment. As India’s first commercial GM food crop, the concern is that it is in effect a Trojan horse crop and an unlawful attempt to impose GM food crops on the country. At present, the only GM crop planted in India is cotton.

Jul 11 16:44

What They Aren’t Telling You About The Dicamba Bans As It Scorches American Fields

There’s a reason Arkansas and Missouri just issued emergency, temporary dicamba bans. Dicamba pesticide isn’t new – but the biotech feats that are bolstering its indiscriminate use are unsurprisingly causing new problems...

Jul 11 16:36

Cancer now more common than getting married or having a first baby

Analysis by Macmillan Cancer Support shows there were 361,216 cancers diagnosed in 2014 in the UK, the most recent figures available, compared to 289,841 marriages.

New cancer cases are also as common as graduating from university, and more common than a woman having her first baby.

There were 271,050 babies born to first-time mothers in England and Wales in 2015, compared to 319,011 new cases of cancer.

The data also showed that, over the last decade, more than 1.2 million people have been diagnosed with cancer under the age of 65.

This includes 343,000 people in the UK who were diagnosed with cancer in their 20s, 30s or 40s between 2006 and 2015.

Jul 11 16:24

Judge Tosses Out Traffic Case Because People Are Too Stupid To Read Words

Seattle school zones display one sign too many, a judge agreed in dismissing a driver’s camera-generated $234 speeding ticket.

For the second time, a judge has tossed out a camera-generated speeding ticket by ruling that Seattle’s school-zone signs are too wordy.

Jul 11 16:23

James Woods offers hilarious prediction to parents with sign saying ‘My son wears dresses and make-up, get over it!’

Leave it to James Woods to give a dose of reality to delusional snowflakes.
In a tweet on Monday, the Conservative-leaning outspoken actor posted a photo of parents standing next to their “gender creative” son and predicted the future consequences of their actions.

Jul 11 16:22

16 Things That Make America One Of A Kind (16 pics)

The United States of America is very different from other countries. As a matter of fact, it's one of a kind.

We’re too cool to use Celsius.

Jul 11 16:17

Chemotherapy found to SPREAD cancer throughout the body, warn scientists

Due to the devastating effects on the entire body and the immune system, and an extremely low success rate, three of every four doctors and scientists would refuse chemotherapy, according to polls taken by the McGill Cancer Center. Additionally, an estimated 97 percent of cancers don’t respond to chemotherapy, yet it remains the go-to treatment for nearly every cancer type.

Think about it. When your body is fighting cancer, the last thing it needs is more cancer-inducing, immune suppressing chemicals, right?

Jul 11 16:14

UK’s £3bn aircraft carrier could be sunk by cheap missiles – security think-tank

The HMS Queen Elizabeth, Britain’s new aircraft carrier, could be sunk by a volley of missiles that cost a tiny fraction of what she is worth, according to a report from the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) security think-tank.

The report argues that international rivals like Russia and China have focused their energy on finding ways to counter the West’s obsession with large, marquee projects like the HMS Queen Elizabeth.

“Missiles costing (much) less than half a million pounds a unit could at least disable a British aircraft carrier that costs more than £3 billion,” the report suggests.

“Indeed, a salvo of ten such missiles would cost less than £3.9 million.”

Jul 11 15:57

Why I voted for Donald Trump

The final reason wasn’t my confidence in Donald – It was my certainty about Hillary

Jul 11 15:52

Cozy Relationship Between Blair Govt & Gaddafi Regime Uncovered In Secret Files

Secret Libyan files uncovered by lawyers and presented as part of a high court rendition case have revealed that spies from Britain and Libya enjoyed cozy relations in the early stages of the ‘War on Terror’.

Details from the documents were presented at the High Court by lawyers acting for Abdelhakim Belhaj, a Libyan dissident, whom, along with his then-pregnant wife, Fatima Boudchar, were kidnapped and delivered to the North African state’s torture chambers with the help of the UK.

Jul 11 15:47

Net Migration Puts UK’s Soaring Population On Course To Overtake France In 2nd Place In EU

The UK is to set to overtake France as the EU’s second most populous country amid a stream of migrants arriving in the country.

According to new figures released by the EU’s statistical agency Eurostat, the UK’s population saw an increase of 400,000 residents to 65.8 million in 2016.

Jul 11 15:47

UK Court Ruling Deadly Blow To Yemeni Civilians: Amnesty

Amnesty International says a recent UK court ruling that the British government is entitled to continue authorizing arms supplies to Saudi Arabia is a deadly blow to Yemeni civilians.

Jul 11 15:38


Jul 11 15:35

Number Of New York City Street Homeless Grew By Nearly 40 Percent In One Year

The number of homeless people living on the streets in New York City increased dramatically over the past year, according to figures supplied by the Department of Homeless Services. The annual count conducted by the agency on a single night in February 2017 showed 3,892 unsheltered people living “in the rough,” up nearly 40 percent from the 2,794 counted the previous February.

Jul 11 15:32

The Chart that Could Undo the US Healthcare System

This chart looks remarkably similar to a chart that tracks the growth of the administrative class in higher education. And that’s no accident.

Jul 11 15:29

This is a battle for the future of the internet

Comcast & Verizon want to end net neutrality so they can control what we see & do online. On July 12, we take the first step to stop them. This is a battle for the Internet's future. Before you do anything else, send a letter to the FCC & Congress now!

Jul 11 15:29

Online ‘Pedophile Hunters’ Told To Join Police Force

Members of vigilante ‘pedophile hunter’ groups could be made special constables to help officers in their online search for child sex groomers, a police and crime commissioner has suggested.

Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent Jeff Cuthbert told BBC Wales that the groups, which track down and confront groomers then post the video on social media, were “intent on playing what they see as their part,” and saying they had secured many convictions.

Jul 11 15:28

Democrats Seek To Block Trump-Putin Cybersecurity Plan By Cutting US Funds

Democrats have filed amendments calling to block funding, including from the defense budget, to block any agreement between President Donald Trump and Russia’s Vladimir Putin on a joint cybersecurity unit.

Senator Don Beyer from Virginia introduced the amendment to the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) on Monday.

Jul 11 15:26

How Retiring Baby Boomers Could Sink Stocks

In 2016, the first group of baby boomers turned 70 years old. Millions more will do the same over the next 15 years, and as a result, selling activity in their retirement portfolios could be a big problem for markets.

Jul 11 15:26

Why Palestine Is Still The Issue

When I first went to Palestine as a young reporter in the 1960s, I stayed on a kibbutz. The people I met were hard-working, spirited and called themselves socialists. I liked them.

One evening at dinner, I asked about the silhouettes of people in the far distance, beyond our perimeter.

Jul 11 15:22


If you ever had any doubt that democrats consider your money theirs, Nancy Pelosi just erased that. According to her, if you are “allowed” to keep the money you earn, that’s really stealing from poor people who didn’t earn it. I know this is some dizzying liberal logic, but that’s how they like things. Their hope is to make things so confusing that you can’t tell how bullshit it all is.

Jul 11 15:19

Mutual-fund giant DUMPS Hundreds of Workers

Jul 11 14:58

Anti-Vaxxers Are Steering the US Health Care Debate…

America Has Had Enough of BIG PHARMA…

And the Anti-Vaccine Movement Intends to Shut Them down Completely…

Opinion by “Deplorable” Consumer Advocate Tim Bolen

Jul 11 14:53

Donald Trump To Visit UK Next Year: Report

US President Donald Trump has postponed his much-anticipated trip to the UK until next year, after refusing to visit the country due to overwhelming protests, a new report claims.

Jul 11 14:52

No Help From The Cops

A 53-year-old man was shot and killed after he forced his way into his ex-girlfriend’s home in Dayton last week.

Daron Orr was pronounced dead at the scene, according to reports from local media. The woman, who has not been publicly identified, was questioned and released.

Jul 11 14:37

Ken O'Keefe - US Military Fighting For Israel - Israel, not Iran, is the Threat!

Ken O'Keefe is re-releasing his epic expose of the Israeli/Jewish lies about Iran that are being employed just as the "WMD's in Iraq" lie was used to send American sons and daughters off to die for Israel in the invasion/occupation of Iraq. With Syria not all going to plan, the ultimate target of Iran and the World War III agenda looks to be in overdrive with President Trump continuing the sickening and sychonpantic role of Jewish US Presidents as Jewish whipping boys. How many more American sons and daughters will be sacrificed for Israel before genuine American patriots stand up and refuse orders and arrest the traitors in Congress? These questions and points and more are made in this, part 1 of a 2 part program that tells the truth about the what and why regarding Iran. If people want more such videos/commentary from Ken O'Keefe then visit https://www.patreon.com/kok and invest in Ken O'Keefe's work.

Jul 11 14:32

“Ain’t No Such Thing As A Just War”: Ben Salmon, WWI Resister

Several days a week, Laurie Hasbrook arrives at the Voices office here in Chicago. She often takes off her bicycle helmet, unpins her pant leg, settles into an office chair and then leans back to give us an update on family and neighborhood news. Laurie’s two youngest sons are teenagers, and because they are black teenagers in Chicago they are at risk of being assaulted and killed simply for being young black men. Laurie has deep empathy for families trapped in war zones. She also firmly believes in silencing all guns.

Jul 11 14:32

Largest Montana health insurer plans another big rate hike

Next year’s rate hikes proposed by the three health insurance companies in Montana that offer individual plans through the Affordable Care Act show just how uncertain they are about the federal law’s future.

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Montana is proposing a 23 percent average rate increase next year for its nearly 32,000 enrollees in the individual market.

Jul 11 14:22

Fumes At FAA Control Center Ground DC-Area Flights For Hours

Passengers are still coping with flight cancellations and delays at three major airports around Washington, DC after a construction accident forced employees at an air traffic control tower in Virginia to evacuate.

The air traffic control center in Leesburg, Virginia, which handles high-altitude flights for the region, halted all flights in the region for several hours Monday and transferred the remaining airborne flights to other air traffic control facilities.

Jul 11 13:43

Buffett Donates $3.17 Billion To Gates Charity, Four Others

Warren Buffett on Monday donated roughly $3.17 billion of Berkshire Hathaway Inc stock to the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and four family charities, his largest contribution in a more than decade-long plan to give away his fortune.

Jul 11 13:36

Class Action Lawsuits Against Banks & Credit Card Companies Now Easier To Join

Banks and credit card issuers will no longer be allowed to use private arbitration clauses to prevent class action lawsuits, thanks to a new rule set forth by the CFPB. The new rules have been two years in the making.

Jul 11 13:35

Cop Who Killed One Man, Then Stomped On Another... Fired...but may get reinstatement

City fires Columbus police officer Rosen ( he killed #HenryGreen) accused of stomping on suspect

Jul 11 13:30

Russian Defense Adviser Killed in Militant Attack in Hama, Syria

Military adviser Nicholai Afanasov was fatally wounded by artillery shells in Hama, the Russian Ministry of Defense said.

"As a result of a sudden mortar attack by militants the town of Syrian Government troops in Hama province killed Russian military adviser Captain Nikolai Afanasov," the MoD added. Afanasov was stationed in Syria to assist and advise in the training of ground forces.

Jul 11 13:29

Gorka Slams CNN’s Camerota over 'Fake News' Trump - Russia Collusion

on CNN’s “New Day,” Sebastian Gorka, deputy assistant to President Donald Trump, and co-host Alisyn Camerota had a heated exchange

Jul 11 13:26

Hillary Clinton's Most Idiotic Moments

Summary: Clinton lies, lies and... lies!

It just never gets old to see what a loser the democrats pinned their 2016 hopes on.

Jul 11 13:17

LOL? Twitter Users Blocked by Trump File Lawsuit

A group of Twitter users blocked by President Trump sued him and two top White House aides on Tuesday, arguing that his account amounts to a public forum that he, as a government official, cannot bar people from.

Jul 11 12:58

Denver To Get Its First Tiny House Village For The Homeless

This month, fourteen Denver residents will be moving into their newly-built tiny homes as members of the Beloved Community Village. They will move into their new houses after approximately four years of hard work, from advocates for the homeless population of Denver. The Beloved Community Village consists of 11 tiny homes, with each two-person unit measuring just 8-foot-by-12-foot. Also on site is a community space, shared shower facilities, and shared restrooms.