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May 01 02:27

Dow, S&P 500 And NASDAQ Take A Tumble; US Dollar Ends April With Worst Month In 4 years

The dollar fell on Thursday to close out April as the greenback’s worst month in four years, as measured against a basket of six major currencies.

The latest batch of lackluster corporate results weighed on shares on Wall Street on Thursday.

May 01 02:21

Nikkei slips as weak earnings hit Wall Street

TOKYO: Asian shares edged down on Friday after weak corporate earnings dented Wall Street, while the dollar clawed back some losses after marking its worst monthly performance in four years against a basket of six major currencies.

May 01 00:15

Faber: Stocks are about to fall 40% at least

May 01 00:14

Goldman Sachs Dumps $50 Million In Bitcoin

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Apr 30 22:50

Roberts: Legendary US Economy Is No Longer

The declaration today (April 29) of a scarcely positive GDP first quarter 2015 development rate of 0.2 percent (two-tenths of one percent) is a deliberate embellishment.

http://whatisusa.info/roberts-legendary-us-economy-is-no-longer/

Apr 30 22:22

Fallen Cards


New film with Anarchist vs the State
To contribute
https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/fallen-cards/x/3986066
Guys this could also get my foot in the door in the future with help getting decades of deception and war by deception some major promotion, film festivals etc. Plus this is an awesome movie and they worked their asses off. Anarchy vs the State and guess who the good guys are :)

Apr 30 22:20

Illmerica

Apr 30 21:58

Would You Tip More if People Could See It?

Are customers less likely to leave small tips, or no tip, if those around them can tell?

Apr 30 21:43

The Real Length of the Full-Time Work Week

The days of the 40 hour work-week are over.

When you're hired for a full-time job, the understanding is that you'll put in at least a 40-hour workweek.

The expectation -- especially for salaried employees who don't qualify for overtime -- is that you'll put in more to ensure your projects get done.

Apr 30 21:43

28 pages DC trip


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footage of UMS and 911 terrorist spots in NYC check
Bravo interview (no)

Apr 30 20:31

RBS has lost £50bn since the taxpayer paid £46bn to save it: State-backed giant lurches to a £446 million loss

"Sounds good to me!" - Certified Ball Street Wanker

Apr 30 20:04

House Committee Votes to Reform USA Patriot Act with USA Freedom Act

As key provisions of the Patriot Act are about to expire in June, Congress is in a big hurry to figure out how to reform surveillance. The House just overwhelmingly voted in favor of the USA Freedom Act, a bill that’ll limit NSA data collection.

Unfortunately, it may not be able to fix the United States’ broken surveillance apparatus.

Apr 30 19:55

Powerful report on sexual abuse in (Canadian) military calls for outside-chain-of-command solution

The report from former Supreme Court Justice Marie Deschamps on sexual misconduct and harassment in the Canadian Armed Forces is blistering and powerful.

It describes "a sexualized environment in the armed forces … characterized by the frequent use of swear words and highly degrading expressions that reference women's bodies, sexual jokes, innuendos, discriminatory comments with respect to the abilities of women, and unwelcome sexual touching..."

That would be bad enough.

But Deschamps goes on to say that this sexualized environment leads to the widespread "use of sex to enforce power relationships and to punish and ostracize a member of a unit."

Apr 30 19:45

REVEALED: Freddie Gray suffered fatal 'catastrophic injury when he fell head first in back of police van and broke neck as head hit bolt' - and police admit mystery secret stop on journey

An investigation has concluded Freddie Gray broke his neck after falling head-first into the back of the police van as it was moving, it was reported today.

Medical and law enforcement sources briefed on the police investigation told ABC News Gray's 'catastrophic' head injuries were consistent with hitting a bolt 'in the back door of the van'.

They claimed there was 'no evidence' Gray sustained a fatal spine injury during his arrest, which was caught on camera on a street side on April 12.

According to ABC's sources, Gray was standing in the van, bent over with his hand cuffed behind his back and his head pointing towards the back door.

It is believed he fell into the door, breaking his neck.

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Apr 30 17:50

Cash on Lockdown: Bankers “Want Badly to Charge YOU Interest for Depositing YOUR Funds”

Cash is quickly becoming a liability.

SHTF has been closely following the recent calls from Wall Street to ban cash and implement a system that would force everyone to operate on the grid, even as interest rates have hit negative and customers are actually charged for keeping money in the bank.

Money Metals Exchange explains it well:

The Federal Reserve bank and its owners, the largest banks on Wall Street, want badly to be able to charge you interest for the privilege of depositing your funds. The problem is getting you to stand for it.

Read more at SHTFplan.com

Apr 30 17:30

11 Examples Of How Evil Is Growing In America Like A Cancerous Tumor

Have you heard of “arterial tapping”, “flakka” or “cyberextortion”? In America today, just about every conceivable type of evil that you could possibly name is growing, and we are even inventing new kinds of evil that the world has never seen before. It is very easy for us to point to the looting and violence in Baltimore and call that evil, but there is far more to the social decay of America than just that. The foundations of our society are rotting and decaying in thousands of different ways, and our biggest problem as a nation is what is found inside our own hearts. We have rejected the values and principles that were handed down to us by previous generations of Americans because we believed that we knew better than they did. But now look at us. Our country is falling apart all around us, and we only have ourselves to blame.

Apr 30 16:19

North Korean diplomats provoke shouting match at UN

A U.S.-organized event on North Korea’s human rights briefly turned into chaos at the U.N. on Thursday as North Korean diplomats insisted on reading a statement of protest, amid shouts from defectors, and then stormed out.

The U.S. ambassador to the U.N., Samantha Power, tried to quiet the diplomats at the event that featured more than 20 defectors. She later called North Korea’s statements “totally self-discrediting.”

Apr 30 16:19

Michigan governor wants to split Detroit Public Schools district to isolate debt

Gov. Rick Snyder has laid out a plan the struggling Detroit Public Schools district, which has big debts and poor student achievement in many of its approximately 100 schools.

Snyder said the district has reached a "crisis point where systemic change is needed."

Under the plan, the existing Detroit Public Schools would continue under the direction of the emergency manager and the elected Board of Education for the sole purpose of paying off the district’s debt.

Apr 30 16:18

Detroit water bill battle: What can you do?

Clark said she's struggled to pay her water bill in the past, but things got worse in October when her water usage suddenly skyrocketed.

"We went from 2,900 gallons of water to 29,000 gallons of water," she said.

Ruth to the Rescue reviewed Clark's bills from the last six months and confirmed that -- from October to December -- her water usage jumped from more than 23,000 gallons of water to 29,000 gallons. In 2013, those numbers were under 4,000 gallons.

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Apr 30 15:50

Ethiopians protest racist attack, clash with police: 'Israel will be like Baltimore'

After Ethiopian says he was attacked by immigration officials, Israel's Ethiopian community takes to the streets to protest.

Apr 30 15:47

More Evidence of Ukraine's Reign of Terror

A previous article discussed how Obama-installed fascist thugs eliminate anyone opposing their ruthlessness.

They're harassed, brutalized, imprisoned, disappeared or murdered in cold blood - including assassinating political opponents reported as "suicides."

Apr 30 15:32

Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis ‘attacked’ by protesters in Athens restaurant

The Syriza party got elected in Greece promising to end austerity and stop job losses – but some groups are already angry at the new government.

Dozens of recently-hired tax workers protested outside the finance ministry in Athens complaining that they receive less pay than their colleagues.

Apr 30 15:32

The Messenger of fate: NASA spacecraft smashes into planet Mercury

Its fuel tanks empty and its options gone, NASA's Messenger spacecraft smashed into planet Mercury on Thursday afternoon after valiantly fighting off the inevitable.

Engineers calculated that the spacecraft, traveling a scorching 8,700 mph, bombed into the planet's heavily pockmarked surface at 3:26 p.m. ET Thursday. It was not a gentle goodbye: The impact was expected to pulverize the car-sized spaceship and gouge out a 50-foot crater -- big enough to accommodate a school bus -- near Mercury's north pole.

Engineers calculated that the spacecraft belly-flopped onto the cratered terrain on the far side of Mercury, when the ship was out of contact with Earth.

Apr 30 15:31

Russia building a nuclear powerplant in Finland

Finnish company Fenovoima has announced that it has made contracts with a Russian corporation Titan-2 to build nuclear powerplants on the west of Finland.

Fenovoima stated that the contract to build a nuclear power plant was signed in January with Russian state company Rosatom Atomic Energy , which is a subsidiary of Titan.

Finnish Parliament approved in December to the Branch Rosatom to build a nuclear power plant , which would begin to produce electricity in 2024 .

Apr 30 15:30

Secret Coordination Between American Psychological Association And US Torture Regime

"There is no evidence that any APA official expressed concern over mounting reports of psychological involvement in detainee abuse," states report. (Photo: casmaron/flickr/cc) A new report from human rights investigators and medical professionals reveals that the prestigious American Psychological Association secretly helped the administration of former President George W. Bush legally and medically justify its post-9/11 torture program.

Apr 30 15:29

Officer in fatal arrest once hospitalized over mental health

The highest-ranking Baltimore police officer in the arrest that led to Freddie Gray's death was hospitalized in April 2012 over mental health concerns for an unknown duration and had his guns confiscated by local sheriff's deputies, according to records from the sheriff's office and court obtained by The Associated Press.

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Apr 30 15:23

British Doctors Now Asking Elderly If They’re Ready to Die

Ever since the Affordable Care Act was passed, Americans have been asking themselves if our healthcare will ever resemble the UK’s socialized medical system. Some have greeted it with praise, while others have been concerned that our healthcare could turn to death panels to cut costs. Now the UK’s National Health Service has given us another unfortunate condition to look forward to. They recently told all doctors to ask every patient over 75 if they would like to establish a “do not resuscitate” order for future emergencies. In some cases, the doctors are ordering their nurses to cold-call every elderly patient, and everyone with a long-term condition, to see if they have “thought about resuscitation.”

Apr 30 15:22

Utah city orders citizens to avoid drinking water after chemical contamination; what will you do in a water emergency?

Water emergencies appear to be occurring more often these days, leaving citizens scrambling to find safe drinking water when public supplies become contaminated.

Apr 30 15:17

Greece "Scrambles"To Make Full Monthly Pension Payments: "Still Missing Several Hundred Million Euros"

Greece was forced to delay pension payments by 8 hours on Tuesday while Athens scrambled to find cash. Although the government claims there was a "technical glitch," officials with knowledge of the matter offered a far more elegant explanation: there wasn't enough money.

Apr 30 15:16

It’s Official: Police Were Ordered To Stand Down And Let The Baltimore Riots Rage Out Of Control

We now have official confirmation that the rioting in Baltimore on Monday was purposely allowed to spiral out of control. Up until now, there had been some unconfirmed reports that police in Baltimore had been ordered to “stand down” during the riots, but nobody had been willing to come forward and go on the record. Now that has all changed. Michael Lewis is the Sheriff of Wicomico County, Maryland and what he has to say is absolutely jaw dropping.

Apr 30 15:12

Inching Toward Conflict: US Navy To Escort Cargo Ships In Persian Gulf; Iran Refuses To Back Down

Moments ago there was yet another step up in the Persian Gulf naval escalation when CNN reported that the U.S. Navy will escort U.S.-flagged cargo ships through Strait of Hormuz in wake of Iran seizure this week, a US official says. Specifically, the Navy will henceforth accompany ships on concern that Iran’s Revolutionary Guard may seize them, CNN’s Jim Sciutto says in Twitter post, citing CNN’s Barbara Starr. It is unclear what happens if either the accompanied cargo ship, or the US Navy warship leaves international waters, and enters Iran territory, which as the Bab el-Mandeb Strait is virtually assured: a strait which as the following US Naval update map has become as busy for US traffic as the 405 Freeway during rush hour.

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Apr 30 15:08

Rep. Amash: Not Enough Votes in Congress to Reauthorize PATRIOT Act

By Activist Post

Michigan Congressman Justin Amash took to Facebook earlier today to inform the public about the inner workings of alleged surveillance reform.

Amash states that the latest version of the USA Freedom Act does not prevent the government's illegal surveillance on Americans...

Apr 30 15:06

Large Hadron Collider — Mysterious Object Detected In Tube

One concern De Roeck discussed is an “unidentified lying object” that could disrupt the accelerator’s beam. Phys.org says physicists believe it’s something to be “cautiously aware of.” It hasn’t caused a problem in the testing so far. “

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"So THAT'S where I left my sandwich!"

Apr 30 15:05

Alabama weighs eliminating all marriage licenses — gay or straight

Alabama has been the state most willing to punch back against federal courts on the question of same-sex marriage.

Ahead of a U.S. Supreme Court decision that could nationalize the practice, lawmakers there are looking at more of a bob-and-weave strategy.

Apr 30 15:00

Vietnam Remembers 'Barbarous Crimes'

As crowds gathered in Ho Chi Minh City on Thursday to mark the 40th anniversary of the end of the Vietnam War, Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung reminded the crowd of the role the United States had played in that war. "They committed countless barbarous crimes, caused immeasurable losses and pain to our people and country," Dung told the audience in an address.

Apr 30 14:41

A series of events have brought the subject of high frequency trading abuses once again to the forefront of the financial news reportage.

Although the SEC has investigated high frequency trading and its impact on the market for years, it is yet to explain, never mind halt, the inexplicable streaks of consecutive winning trading days that banks and hedge funds routinely report. On the other side of every winning transaction is an investor, who is losing money and none too happy about it. Where are the market watchdogs that are supposed protect investors from predatory trading?

Apr 30 14:32

The Right Is Race-Baiting on Baltimore

onservative reaction to the unrest in Baltimore sometimes looks like a page out of the old "silent majority" playbook. The right has so far blamed the crisis on unions, welfare, single-parent families, Democrats, the "animalism" of Baltimore residents, and President Obama. Is there a political agenda taking root to exploit this crisis in 2016?

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Is this a trick question?

Apr 30 14:29

Study finds “Presence of professional protesters to incite more violence” in Baltimore and Ferguson riots

A data mining firm with government ties that tracks social media reported that they uncovered a core group of accounts who appear to have driven much of the buzz and even more of the calls to actions by crowds on the ground.

Apr 30 14:16

America's double standards on the Middle East

The role that the U.S. Congress has assumed for itself as a player in foreign policy exhibits an odd and indefensible pattern these days. Sen. Chris Murphy, D-Connecticut, calls it a “double standard,” although that might be too mild a term.

Apr 30 14:09

Nations failing to combat ‘global threat’ of antibiotic-resistant superbugs: WHO

The world’s ability to practice medicine and treat both common and serious illnesses is at risk, the World Health Organization (WHO) warned in a new report analyzing global misuse of antibiotics and the increasing spread of antimicrobial resistance.

Apr 30 14:04

The CIA can't bury the truth about its atrocities forever

Majid Khan was at the mercy of CIA interrogators for 1,200 days — at least. During that time, he was stripped. He was forced into ice water baths. He was “hung up” for a day in a sleep deprivation position. He was denied solid food for seven days.

Apr 30 14:03

Disbelief over state plan to spray neurotoxin into oyster beds

The state has approved plans to spray in Willapa Bay a neurotoxic pesticide that has a warning right on the bottle: “Do not apply directly to water.” What could go wrong?

Apr 30 14:02

Did she blow? NW submarine volcano likely just erupted

More than 80 scientists from around the world gathered in Seattle last week to discuss a thrilling development: For the first time, seafloor instruments were providing a real-time look at the most active, submarine volcano off the Northwest coast — and all signs indicated it might erupt soon.

But even the researchers most closely monitoring Axial Seamount were stunned by what happened next.

Apr 30 14:01

Former Pasco cop is suspect in 1986 Spokane homicide

Police in Spokane say a former Pasco police officer is a suspect in a 1986 homicide in Spokane.

Spokane detectives say they have identified Richard J. Aguirre as a suspect using DNA evidence.

The Spokesman-Review reported Thursday that Ruby Doss was 27 when she was found strangled in Spokane in 1986.

Police say Aguirre’s DNA matches DNA that was collected when Doss was killed.

Apr 30 14:01

Sen. Rand Paul Questions Sec. Jeh Johnson at HSGAC Hearing - April 29, 2015

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Chief Of Homeland Security Admits To Senator Rand Paul That He Doesn't Understand The Fourth Amendment

Apr 30 13:40

Poison pill: Rubio floats amendment to Corker’s Iran bill requiring Iran to recognize Israel’s right to exist

Is there any strategy behind this apart from generating a nice pro-Israel credential for Rubio’s resume that he can show off to GOP primary voters this summer? What I mean is, is there any chance that this somehow improves — or kills — the final deal between the U.S. and Iran or at least puts Obama and the Democrats in a verrrry tough spot in defending it?

Apr 30 13:34

2 members of Supreme Court 'targeted by U.S. spies'

U.S. intelligence agencies have “harvested” the personal and private data of “hundreds of federal officials and judges, including Chief Justice John Roberts and Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg,” charges a legal brief filed by Larry Klayman, the attorney who has come to be known as “the NSA slayer” for his successful legal battles against the National Security Agency.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Which was my guess as to Roberts' sudden reversal on Obamacare!

Apr 30 13:32

The May 2nd Odessa Massacre: Why Obama’s Coup-Regime Still Runs Ukraine

he May 2nd Ukrainian massacre of anti-regime pamphleteers last year at the Odessa Trade Unions Building, burning these pamphleteers alive there, was crucial to the Obama’s Administration solidification of its control over Ukraine. That massacre was designed to, and it did, terrorize the residents in all areas of Ukraine which had voted overwhelmingly for the man whom Obama had just ousted, Viktor Yanukovych. Especially in the Donbass region, Yanokovych had received 90%+ of the votes. In Odessa, he had received three-quarters of the votes. (Later will be explained why this terror against the residents of such regions was necessary for Obama’s purpose of solidifying his control.)

Apr 30 13:30

Baltimore Police Were Harassing Students Before Monday's Uprising

Exclusive documents obtained by The Real News show how police officers engaged in a pattern of abuse after the killing of Freddie Gray by arresting teenagers who were waiting to take the bus back home. Days later, that very place in Northwest Baltimore would erupt and lead to the chaos seen this week.

Apr 30 13:22

Bankers caught trying to buy politcial influence

Wall Street arrogance seems to be accelerating even faster than our infinite cosmos is expanding.

It's not enough that the greed and illegal acts of giant financial conglomerates crashed our economy, nor that they demanded and got a full taxpayer bailout. It's not enough that virtually no Wall Street executives went to jail for their frauds, nor that they've gone right back to their profiteering casino scams that are setting us up for another crash.

Apr 30 13:16

The next tranche: Europe will pay the funds into the sarcophagus for Chernobyl

The new figure of half a billion euros — came exactly on the day when Chernobyl erupted.
The new figure of half a billion euros — came exactly on the day when Chernobyl erupted. By a strange coincidence, the fire near the reactor began on April 26, the anniversary of the accident at the nuclear power plant and immediately after, to honour the memory of the victims, Chernobyl has left the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko.
News briefly becomes the main in the European Union: the fear of nuclear collapse, for which the Europeans are paying for 29 years, good for official Kiev coincidence flared up again. In Europe well remember Chernobyl wind has covered 17 countries of the European Union. President of the European Commission two days after the fire approves next tranche.

Apr 30 13:16

It’s no joke: The FDA is the fraud and death administration

The FDA serves the bottom lines of Big Food and Big Pharma. After pharmaceutical companies provide questionable testing reports, they pay the FDA licensing fees for the drugs’ approvals. And Big Food has their way with their ingredients with the FDA.

Apr 30 13:15

SOME ARREST DATA THAT MAY HELP EXPLAIN THE BALTIMORE RIOTS

For years, Baltimore had a policy that led to tens of thousands of wrongful arrests?. Baltimore was forced to settle with the ACLU in 2010 and enact a series of reforms. The initiative has now more or less ended, but the damage it caused obviously lingers. “Never mind what it did to your jury pool,” Simon told the Marshall Project. “Now every single person of color in Baltimore knows the police will lie.”

Apr 30 13:09

71% OF WALL STREET BANKERS ADMIT THEY ARE TOO BIG TO FAIL (AND UNDERPAID)

Wall Streeters are not happy. According to the latest Bloomberg poll, 48% believe they are paid less (or much less) than they had hoped for.

With the biggest banks cutting costs as new regulations force derisking and deleveraging (in theory), pay is taking a hit (although not so much for the CEOs). As one headhunter noted, "they're still making decent money, but it’s nothing like 2007," but ironically, a massive 71% of Wall Street bankers admit that their banks are still Too Big To Fail.

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