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June 4, 2015

Jun 04 14:39

Who's Next? Dow Chemical CEO Under SEC Investigation

Jun 04 14:31

Terror trial collapses after fears of deep embarrassment to security services

The prosecution of a Swedish national accused of terrorist activities in Syria has collapsed at the Old Bailey after it became clear Britain’s security and intelligence agencies would have been deeply embarrassed had a trial gone ahead, the Guardian can reveal.

His lawyers argued that British intelligence agencies were supporting the same Syrian opposition groups as he was, and were party to a secret operation providing weapons and non-lethal help to the groups, including the Free Syrian Army.

Bherlin Gildo, 37, who was arrested last October on his way from Copenhagen to Manila, was accused of attending a terrorist training camp and receiving weapons training between 31 August 2012 and 1 March 2013 as well as possessing information likely to be useful to a terrorist.

Jun 04 14:31

UK Forced to Rethink Terrorism Laws After Trial Collapse

The collapse of a trial at London’s Old Bailey after it was revealed the British Government and its intelligence agency MI6 had assisted anti-Assad militias could have lasting implications for other terrorist cases and powers of police arrest.

Jun 04 14:30

MI6 complicity in Jihad confirmed in court

Those who've been paying attention know well that Al Qaeda and ISIS were created and supported by the US, aided and abetted by Israel and NATO. Documentary evidence and numerous reports contradict the official narrative that ISIS is a direct result of Islamic fundamentalism. It is rare however for the reality to be revealed in open court as it was on Monday in the case against Swedish national, Bherlin Gildo.

Jihadist trial collapses on MI6 role: implications re other cases, foreign and intel policy



Jun 04 14:20

Hillary Clinton Calls for Automatic Voter Registration

Hillary Clinton proposed Thursday that Americans be automatically registered to vote when they turn 18, unless they opt out, and that states expand opportunities for early voting—saying these moves will make it easier for young people and minorities to cast ballots.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Gotta get lots of names of people who don't vote for the vote-riggers to use!

Jun 04 14:19

State Farm CEO, who's led company since 1985, stepping down

State Farm Insurance Cos. announced Thursday that Chief Operating Officer Michael Tipsord will become its next chief executive, succeeding Ed Rust Jr., who has led the private company since the mid-1980s.

The Bloomington-based insurance and financial company said in a news release that Tipsord will take over in September from Rust, who has held the post since 1985. Rust, 64, will remain chairman of the company's board.



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Jun 04 14:11

Vladivostok to Introduce Visa-Free Regime for Foreigners

Foreigners will be granted an eight-day visa on arrival at Vladivostok, Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has announced.
Russia is planning to introduce a simplified visa regime in the eastern port of Vladivostok, which will allow foreigners arriving there to stay for eight days without preparing a visa in advance.
The free port of Vladivostok will encompass 13 municipalities in total, TASS reported. These include most of Vladivostok and Zarubino ports, as well as Vladivostok International Airport. The plan also calls for an international transport corridor to be built connecting the province of Primorye with China and other neighboring countries.

Jun 04 14:09

Poroshenko's Saakashvili Appointment Means He Has Run out of Chums

Saakashvili’s appointment to head Odessa oblast is really part of Ukraine oligarch wars. Poroshenko wanted the previous governor (Igor Palitsa) replaced because he is loyal to oligarch and Poroshenko rival Igor Kolomoisky. However, the problem for Poroshenko was that he didn’t have anybody he trusted to replace him - he had already installed everyone from his clan to other key positions.

Kolomoisky’s new “Ukrop” political party will include ex-officials, businessmen, journalists and members of Right Sector - http://russia-insider.com/en/politics/kolomoisky-just-created-new-poli...

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Jun 04 13:59

Destabilization, Inc. - Regime change by any means necessary

When the official history of the realm is one day written, it may contain several chapters that establish President Barack Obama as a great flag-bearer of liberty, free trade, and economic recovery. Those chapters will be drenched in distortion, tinged with the blood of true freedom fighters, darkened by the vanished jobs and sickly pall of an economy in permanent decline. But though parlor tricks like fiddling with unemployment numbers and disguising offshoring as free trade are notable for their sheer chutzpa, few deceits are more striking than those that occur in the sordid arena of regime change.

Jun 04 13:58

Russia’s NLMK may redirect transformer steel from EU to India because of duties

Russia’s steelmaker NLMK may redirect a portion of transformer steel volumes from the European Union to India against the background of duties introduced by the European Union on supplies of Russian products, NLMK president Oleg Bagrin said on Thursday.
TASS reported earlier the European Union imposed an antidumping import duty on the transformer steel from May 14, 2015 for six months. The measure is aimed against steelmakers from China, Japan, the Republic of Korea, the United States and Russia and affected NLMK in particular.



Jun 04 13:52

Ukraine to initiate UN Security Council meeting June 5 to discuss Maryinka events

Ukraine hopes that the United Nations Security Council will convene on June 5 to discuss the latest events in Maryinka , Ukraine’s Ambassador to the United Nations Yuri Sergeyev worte in Twitter on Thursday.
Active fighting between the Ukrainian army and the militia forces took place near the Maryinka populated locality near Donetsk, eastern Ukraine, on Wednesday. Eduard Basurin, deputy corps commander of the Defense Ministry of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic, described it as a full-scale Ukraine army provocation aimed to distract attention from preparations for a large military operation in the Luhansk region.

Jun 04 13:49

Russia is not out to return to G8 — deputy FM

"We have much more interest in other formats; the G8 format was not always productive in view of the group’s composition," Ryabkov said. "It is much more interesting to work in BRICS and G20. The more so that the other organization is having increasing influence on global affairs; its agenda is evolving," the Russian diplomat went on to say.

Jun 04 13:48

Carlos Arredondo - Boston Hero or NWO FRAUD?

A highly sardonic but equally thorough examination of the myth and reality of Carlos Arredondo, Boston Marathon "hero".



Jun 04 13:47

Russian on imports of fishery products from Latvia to damage fisheries seriously

Russia’s ban on imports of fishery products from Latvia will do a telling blow to this sector of the Latvian economy, with a risk of bankruptcies and redundancies, Imants Cirulis, the head of the Latvian association of fish producers said on Thursday.
"The stuff of many enterprises is on annual leaves now," he said. "Add to it the season of equipment repairs. This pause will be long for many producers but we’ll yet have to see how long and for whom because those of them who sold more than a half of their produce to Russia will have a hard time.
"In the worst situation, many of them won’t be able to resume production operations at all," he said. "People will become redundant and the enterprises will be unable to meet their financial obligations," Cirulis said.

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Jun 04 13:31

Sarah Palin Goes Off on Lena Dunham: "You Pedophile, You"

Wow. I'm actually impressed that she is attacking the double-standard.

Sarah Palin is offering up Lena Dunham as the liberal equivalent of Josh Duggar, saying if Duggar should be held accountable for his sexual experiments as a youth, then so should Dunham.

Palin posted the Facebook missive Thursday, her opening line all caps: "HEY LENA, WHY NOT LAUGH OFF EVERYONE'S SEXUAL "EXPERIMENTS" AS YOU HAUGHTILY ENJOY REWARDS FOR YOUR OWN PERVERSION? YOU PEDOPHILE, YOU."

"I’m sickened that the media gives their chosen ones a pass for any behavior as long as they share their leftwing politics," wrote Palin.



Jun 04 13:26

The US Is Trying to Pry Armenia out of Russia's Orbit

The West is eager to poach Armenia out of Moscow’s sphere of influence, taking advantage of the vulnerable geographic fact that its territory is not contiguous to Russia or any of its official Eurasian Union or CSTO allies.

Jun 04 13:05

US can’t be trusted in fight against ISIL: Analyst

The US-led coalition purportedly battling ISIL in Iraq and Syria cannot be trusted to lead the fight against the terrorist group, an international lawyer and political commentator says.



Jun 04 13:04

The Red Cross’ Secret Disaster

. . . . Red Cross officials at national headquarters in Washington, D.C. compounded the charity’s inability to provide relief by “diverting assets for public relations purposes,” as one internal report puts it. Distribution of relief supplies, the report said, was “politically driven.”

During Isaac, Red Cross supervisors ordered dozens of trucks usually deployed to deliver aid to be driven around nearly empty instead, “just to be seen,” one of the drivers, Jim Dunham, recalls.

“We were sent way down on the Gulf with nothing to give,” Dunham says. The Red Cross’ relief effort was “worse than the storm.”

During Sandy, emergency vehicles were taken away from relief work and assigned to serve as backdrops for press conferences, angering disaster responders on the ground.

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Jun 04 12:56

Orange insists: Pulling out of Israel is business, not politics

A day after CEO enrages Israel, French firm says it wants to end brand licensing deal with Israeli firm; Netanyahu calls on French government, a part owner of the telecom, to disavow the 'wretched' statement.

Jun 04 12:52

Soros Seeks to Expand War in Ukraine...Why?

Jun 04 12:45

Massive Manipulation: “Real Producers and Consumers Don’t Appear to be Represented”

Is a small concentration of key players manipulating global asset prices?



Jun 04 12:43

Leaked memo reveals NSA searches for hackers

Without public notice or debate, the Obama administration has expanded the National Security Agency’s warrantless surveillance of Americans’ international Internet traffic to search for evidence of malicious computer hacking, according to classified NSA documents.

Jun 04 12:19

Increase in disapproval of U.S. drone assassination program

A new survey just released by the Pew Research Center found that respondents have become much more likely to voice their disapproval over the U.S. drone assassination program. In a phone survey conducted from May 12-18, 2015, Pew found that 35 of every 100 respondents said they disapproved “of the United States conducting [drone strikes] to target extremists in countries such as Pakistan, Yemen and Somalia.”

Jun 04 12:07

Sherry Leedy exhibit captures eerie, abandoned New York psychiatric hospital

Avery Danziger didn’t just create art, he introduced a mystery.

On one of the photographer’s many excursions to the abandoned Harlem Valley/Wingdale State Hospital in New York, he spent the night shooting the facility’s exterior. It wasn’t until he reviewed the images in his Connecticut studio that he noticed an apparition in the sky. A giant question mark.

“I, nor anyone else who has looked at this picture, have any idea what this is,” Danziger says. “There is the distinct possibility that this is a very unique and possibly exclusive image of something very extraordinary.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

It looks like the contrail produced by a pulse detonation jet engine.

Jun 04 11:56

Snow Falls in Parts of China in June!

While most of China is enjoying lots of warm summer sun, northwest China got a surprise wintry blast of snow.

While the snow fell mainly in mountainous regions, temperatures across the area dropped to below freezing.

Jun 04 11:42

G7 protest in Munich hot, but not heated

Almost 35,000 people have held a demonstration in the southern German city of Munich ahead of the upcoming G7 summit in Bavaria. Climate change, global poverty and the TTIP trade deal were among protesters' concerns.



Jun 04 11:21

Police Killings At An All-Time High

A major investigative report by the Washington Post tells a chilling story: police killings nationwide are on a pace to eclipse 1,000 by year's end. That's more than double the national average in recent years. Even more disturbing is the fact that police shootings are largely underreported. Mind you, these statistics do not include police-inflicted deaths by means other than police bullets, such as stun guns and people in police custody.

The report states, "'These shootings are grossly under­reported,' said Jim Bueermann, a former police chief and president of the Washington-based Police Foundation, a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving law enforcement. 'We are never going to reduce the number of police shootings if we don't begin to accurately track this information.'"

"And in a high-rise apartment in Birmingham, Ala., police shot an elderly man after his son asked them to make sure he was okay. Douglas Harris, 77, answered the door with a gun."

Jun 04 11:18

Packed like sardines: Astonishing images show more than 1,000 migrants, including 200 children, squeezed onto two levels of rescued boat in Mediterranean from Libya

Packed like sardines into a rickety wooden boat, this is the moment Italian sailors found 1,000 migrants desperately trying to flee war-torn Libya.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Another foreign policy success of Hillary's State Department!

Jun 04 11:16

2015 Dietary Guidelines Continue Failed Low-Fat Advice

Despite a growing body of evidence that low-fat diets are harmful to health, the 2015 Dietary Guidelines for American Committee (DGAC) continues to recommend failed low-fat advice in it’s latest Advisory Report and request for public comment [http://www.health.gov/dietaryguidelines/2015-scientific-report/].

The Weston A. Price Foundation, a nutrition education foundation, recently filed comments that detail serious inconsistencies and bias in the Report. For example, the Committee recommends avoidance of red meat, but notes serious nation-wide deficiencies in protein, iron and zinc, nutrients best supplied by red meat. In addition, the Report continues warnings against animal fats like butter and lard, while urging increased consumption of omega-6 vegetable oils. Animal fats provide vitamins A and D, nutrients also lacking in the American diet, while the omega-6 vegetable oils are linked to cancer and heart disease.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"But it makes money!!!"

Jun 04 11:13

The USA has become a totalitarian dictatorship

The United States has devolved into a “soft-core totalitarian dictatorship” and other nations should begin to disassociate from it, according to an American activist and radio host in California.



Jun 04 11:13

Don't be fooled - worst aspects of the Patriot Act remain

The morning after final passage of the USA Freedom Act, while some foes of mass surveillance were celebrating, Thomas Drake sounded decidedly glum. The new law, he told me, is “a new spy program.” It restarts some of the worst aspects of the Patriot Act and further codifies systematic violations of Fourth Amendment rights.

Jun 04 11:11

Did you know that one of Pope Francis' 'closest adviser' and 'right hand' has been smeared by the ADL & Alan Dershowitz as a 'anti-semitic' conspiracy theorist & "an out and out Jew-hater"

His Eminence Oscar Andrés Cardinal Rodríguez Maradiaga of Honduras is often touted as one of Pope's Francis' closest advisers. You hardly hear a peep about him nowadays, but when he was considered to be a potential Papal successor to Pope Benedict XVI two years ago, the gloves came off. Let's take a closer look at this very influential cleric. Also, this is good opportunity to vindicate all of us who are often falsely called 'anti-Semitic.' The Vatican condemns anti-Semitism, yet this case proves that they themselves have been accused of it and have refuted - or in this case seemingly ignored- the hysterical charge.

Jun 04 11:11

Ukraine Is Going Broke, But Poroshenko Is Not

While the country is essentially in default, Poroshenko’s income went up by a factor of seven: the man who wants to get Ukraine into the EU has earned a bit under 17 million Euros (compared to 2 million in 2013)

Jun 04 11:10

Scores of Civilians Killed in Saudi Airstrikes on Yemen's Sana'a

Saudi military aircraft severely targeted Yemen's capital city of Sana'a on Wednesday, killing and injuring scores of people. The Saudi-led coalition, which has been conducting an air campaign against the Yemeni people in the past 71 days, has so far claimed the lives of more than 4,207 civilians as it continues bombing the country using banned weapons.

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Jun 04 10:47

Israel in Desperation

Representatives of the Palestine Football Association removed their request for a vote at FIFA (The Fédération Internationale de Football Association; English: International Federation of Association Football) to expel Israel, at the very last minute. Whether it was known that they had insufficient votes, or Israel made some concessions, it can only be seen as a mistake for Palestine, and a small but short-lived victory for Israel.

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Jun 04 10:35

Report: The BBC tries to lure ex-'Top Gear' hosts back with $7.1 million offer

Two months after the BBC unceremoniously ended its hit car show "Top Gear," the network has scrambled to find replacements for the show's three departed hosts.

Now it looks like network executives are heading in a different direction.

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Jun 04 10:18

TTIP will legalize cancer-causing chemicals banned by EU, trade union warns

Britain could be flooded with harmful chemicals currently banned in the European Union if the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) deal is signed next week, a trade union has warned.

The GMB said chemicals that can cause cancerous tumors, birth defects and development disorders will be allowed in the EU after the controversial trade agreement is signed.

The union’s top health and safety officer expressed concern that TTIP would allow a “downward harmonization of standards” for chemicals currently banned in the EU.

In separate comments, GMB called for the UK to ensure the National Health Service (NHS) is protected from private companies if the trade deal goes ahead.

Jun 04 10:18

Kremlin: Timing of Kiev-provoked Donbass tensions linked with looming EU summit

The timing of the new tensions in Donbass, provoked by the Kiev forces, is connected with the upcoming EU summit, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said. He added that Kiev has breached the Minsk deal and Moscow is waiting for the OSCE’s reaction.

Jun 04 10:17

Broadcast Evening News Fail To Cover Jeb Bush's Super PAC Problem

Broadcast evening news programs on ABC, NBC, and CBS completely ignored likely Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush's questionable delay in announcing his campaign while he sidesteps campaign laws and continues coordinating with his super PAC. Despite increasing scrutiny of a strategy that "tests the legal definition of [a] candidate," the nightly news programs have devoted zero coverage to the matter since The Associated Press (AP) first reported on it in April.

Jun 04 10:16

Graham: 'Don't vote for me' if you're 'worn out by war'

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I wasn't planning to anyway, you friend of Israel you!

Jun 04 10:16

US Official: Over 10,000 ISIS fighters killed in nine months but they have all been replaced

A US official from the Pentagon has said over 10,000 ISIS fighters have been killed but unfortunately almost all of them have been replaced showing the terror group's recruiting power.

Jun 04 10:16

IMF Panics - Slashes US Growth Forecasts, Demands Fed Stay On Hold For Another Year

Anxiety over financial stability and shadow banking risks appear to have force Christine Lagarde and her fellow extrapolators to hit the panic button:

*IMF CUTS U.S. 2015 GROWTH FORECAST TO 2.5% FROM 3.1%
*FED SHOULD WAIT FOR TANGIBLE SIGNS OF WAGE, PRICE GAINS: IMF
*DOLLAR `MODERATELY OVERVALUED,' CURBING U.S. GROWTH, JOBS: IMF
*IMF URGES FED TO DELAY FIRST RATE INCREASE UNTIL 1H 2016

Adding that they viewed the Dollar as "moderately overvalued" and any more appreciation would be "harmful," it seems global disinflationary pressures have left the IMF no choice but to say publicly what everyone has uttered under their breath.

Jun 04 10:15

Obama admits that climate change will be in Obamatrade

In a speech on the Senate floor on May 22, Democratic senator Ron Wyden of Oregon ridiculed those who thought climate change regulation would be part of Obamatrade:

We’ve heard suggested, for example, that it’s a backdoor route to immigration reform or action on climate change…. My sense is that the rate these hypotheticals are going, you’re bound to hear that a future president working on a trade deal might have second thoughts about the Louisiana purchase.

But in an interview on NPR’s Marketplace yesterday (June 3), President Obama said that enforcing climate change regulations will indeed be part of the Trans-Pacific Partnership, the Obamatrade pact that he is currently negotiating with Malaysia and 10 other countries. He said:

Jun 04 10:15

Russia's Military Potential Higher Than US' - American Magazine

There is a whole family of next-generation weapons systems being designed and fielded by Russia and the United States, and they are the ones that will shape the next Cold War. Popular Mechanics magazine offers a few match-ups for these future clashes and who will have the edge.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"So we just GOTTA give more money to the Pentagon. We just GOTTA!!!!!" -- ABCNNBBCBSFOX

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Jun 04 10:03

OSCE Reports Heavy Weapon Movement in Southeastern Ukraine Amid Ceasefire

The Special Monitoring Mission (SMM) of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) has observed the movement of heavy weapons in southeastern Ukraine, a volatile region which has seen sporadic fighting between independence supporters and Kiev forces despite a ceasefire currently being in force.

"At 15:00hrs [on Wednesday] the SMM received a letter from the Ukrainian Ministry of Defence, saying Ukrainian Armed Forces heavy weapons would be placed on the contact line in order to deal with the ‘real threat’ posed by the fighting in [the government-controlled town of] Marinka, which they said had started at 06:00hrs that morning," OSCE observers said in a Thursday spot report.

Jun 04 10:02

House Rejects Bill That Would’ve Allowed Gitmo Transfers

In a 170-256 vote that was largely along party lines, the House of Representatives rejected a bill from Rep. Jerry Nadler (D – NY) that would’ve allowed the administration to resume the transfer of detainees from the Guantanamo Bay detention center.

Jun 04 09:52

Gen. Allen: ISIS War to Last ‘A Generation or More’

Out of and quickly back into Iraq, the Pentagon and its officials have talked about the new ISIS war with barely restrained glee as another chance to keep pushing Congress for bigger budgets, and for “emergency” war funding every single year.

Retired Marine Gen. John Allen, who has become President Obama’s special ambassador for the war, going around the world selling it to potential allies, today predicted the conflict would be much longer than anyone imagines, saying it “will likely take a generation or more.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Some interesting 5-year stock charts showing a bonanza for the principal arms merchants since “ISIS” (whatever it is) arose. Coincidence? I’ll leave it you.

Boeing


Raytheon


Northrup Grumman


General Dynamics


Lockheed Martin

War is big business!

Jun 04 09:50

BDS LIES CONTINUE AS HEADLINE NEWS IN ISRAELI PRESS

Every day there is a new report …. every day there are new lies fabricated about the Movement. When will zion realise that BDS will not end because of these lies …. it will end when the occupation ends …. AND THAT’S NOT A LIE!

Jun 04 09:49

WHAT IS THE STATUS OF PALESTINE TODAY?

DOCUMENTED FACTS THAT YOU WON’T FIND IN THE WESTERN MEDIA

Jun 04 09:49

HAS THE RECENT SEX SCANDAL CAUSED ALAN DERSHOWITZ TO CRUISE MEN’S ROOMS?

Without citing sources, Dershowitz’s suit says the paper towels were not restocked in the bathroom for at least an hour.

One question from the above ….. What was Dershowitz doing in the men’s room for at least an hour?

Jun 04 09:49

Putin: 12 more countries interested in working with SCO

The Russia-led Shanghai Cooperation Organization is gaining more weight with a dozen new nations showing interest in cooperation, President Vladimir Putin said at a meeting with foreign ministers of the bloc.

“Other countries would like to strengthen their contacts with our organization. This is natural as it gains more weight and importance because it addresses the most important questions for our nations and for the region as a whole,” the Russian president told ministers.

“Our partners from 12 countries are showing interest in its work, apart from the current members of the organization,” Putin added. SCO officials are now studying the possibility of accepting India and Pakistan into the bloc, he said.

Jun 04 09:48

Iraqi PM Warns That New ISIS Fighters Are Overwhelming the Iraqi Army

Haidar al-Abadi warns that Iraq needs more help to fight ISIS but rules out a return of U.S. troops

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"Just send us more money!"

Jun 04 09:47

Finance Ministry warns: Israel heading for Greek-style fiscal tragedy

Study shows a yawning gap between government revenues and spending as the country’s population ages and Haredim, Arabs make up a larger part of the population.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"Not a problem. We'll just the Americans to pay for the mess, like we always do!" -- Nodding Yahoo

Jun 04 09:45

Florida cop charged with child abuse after slamming boy to ground at middle school

A Florida police officer was arrested on child abuse charges after he was accused of slamming a teenager to the ground.

Mario Badia, a Kissimmee police school resource officer, was placed on paid administrative leave during an investigation of the May 8 incident, which was recorded on surveillance video.

Jun 04 09:44

Why Has Israel Stopped Producing the Head Chopped Off Videos?

Been awhile since MOSSAD Studios, HDQ in Herzliya, Israel has sent a video allegedly showing some USA/Saudi Arabia funded IS/ISIS/DAESH/pick your own Zionist mob, chopping the heads off of some poor victims.

Why is that? Is it because Israel, most likely the most paranoid nation on the planet, is now more scared of the most excellent Boycott, Divest and Sanction movement than the 'al CIA Duh' groups they've helped to create?

Webmaster's Commentary: 

And because the videos were exposed as phonies.

Jun 04 09:42

This Is How The IMF Just Lost Its Last Shred Of Credibility

On Tuesday we brought you what will likely be the first of many calls for so-called “Helicopter money”, whose advocates suppose that the reason printing trillions in fiat currency has not yet brought about the desired effects in terms of stoking aggregate demand and promoting robust economic growth is that central banks have yet to go the nuclear route by simply mailing out free money to everyone.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

While a desire to have more money is understandable and even advantageous to maintain competitiveness, the desire to have all the money is self-destructive to an economy!

Jun 04 09:41

Three suicides linked to blanket suspension of Social Security benefits for 900 in Kentucky

Kentucky attorney Ned Pillersdorf this week linked three suicides to the Social Security Administration’s decision to suspend benefits for 900 people without giving them a hearing.

Last week, the Social Security Administration confirmed that it had suspended benefits for 900 people after congressional investigators accused Kentucky attorney Eric C. Conn and David B. Daugherty, a former SSA judge, of fraud in 1,500 cases.

Jun 04 09:40

Exposure to common household pesticide 'TRIPLES boys' risk of ADHD', experts warn

A pesticide found in common household products has been found to triple a boy's risk of being diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, scientists have warned.

Symptoms of the condition, notably hyperactivity and impulsivity, were found to be associated with exposure to pyrethroid pesticides, the US researchers found.

The ingredient is found in many common insecticides and some insect repellents.

Experts, led by those at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, noted the link was stronger in boys than in girls.

Jun 04 09:39

Does Rand Paul Have Dirt on Mitch McConnell?

Most puzzling to some were the veteran lawmaker's actions that allowed a first- term senator — his GOP colleague from Kentucky, Rand Paul — to use the Senate's elaborate rules to delay things long enough to cause the entire USA Patriot Act to lapse for a couple of days, starting at midnight Sunday...
When something in politics doesn't seem to make sense, it means it only makes sense in terms of deep politics. I don't know what went down or why, but Mitch didn't end up as majority leader by making sloppy plays like this.

Jun 04 09:14

3,700 ILLEGAL IMMIGRANT ‘THREAT LEVEL 1’ CRIMINALS RELEASED INTO U.S. BY DHS

Some of those released were the worst of the worst — more than 3,700 “Threat Level 1” criminals, who are deemed the top priority for deportation, were still released out into the community even as they waited for their immigration cases to be heard.

Jun 04 09:06

Bangor sets record for chilly June weather

Tuesday in particular was a record-setting day for a late-spring chill, as records for cold weather were eclipsed in three Maine communities and tied in another, according to the National Weather Service.

Jun 04 09:06

Melbourne shivers through coldest day in a year

After an icy afternoon shower, Thursday has been officially declared the coldest day of the year.

It reached just 11.3 degrees in Melbourne when the sun briefly emerged from the clouds during the late morning, a record for 2015.

If not for this brief burst of mild weather, more cold weather records could have gone by the wayside.

Jun 04 09:04

We are the propagandists: The real story about how The New York Times and the White House has turned truth in the Ukraine on its head

ver since the 2001 attacks on New York and Washington, reality itself has come to seem up for grabs. Karl Rove, a diabolically competent political infighter but of no discernible intellectual weight, may have been prescient when he told us to forget our pedestrian notions of reality—real live reality. Empires create their own, he said, and we’re an empire now.

The Ukraine crisis reminds us that the pathology is not limited to the peculiar dreamers who made policy during the Bush II administration, whose idea of reality was idealist beyond all logic. It is a late-imperial phenomenon that extends across the board. “Unprecedented” is considered a dangerous word in journalism, but it may describe the Obama administration’s furious efforts to manufacture a Ukraine narrative and our media’s incessant reproduction of all its fallacies.

Jun 04 09:03

Leaked TISA Documents Reveal Privacy Threat

Under the draft provisions of the latest trade deal to be leaked by Wikileaks, countries could be barred from trying to control where their citizens’ personal data is held or whether it’s accessible from outside the country.

Wikileaks has released 17 documents relating to the Trade in Services Agreement (TISA), currently under negotiation between the US, the European Union and 23 other nations. These negotiating texts are supposed to remain secret for five years after TISA is finalized and brought into force.

The deal, which has been under discussion behind closed doors since early 2013, is intended to remove barriers to trade in services. It’s a sort of companion piece to the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) and the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), which cover trade in goods – but potentially far bigger, with Wikileaks claiming that ‘services’ now account for nearly 80 per cent of the US and EU economies.

Jun 04 09:03

Fiat Chrysler submits documents for review

NHTSA has been critical of the auto industry, which has had a series of high profile recalls. General Motors is under criminal investigation for not acting on a deadly ignition switch for more than a decade; Toyota was fined a record $1.2 billion for misleading customers about unintended acceleration complaints; and almost 34 million vehicles from 11 different automakers are being recalled for having air bags made by Japanese supplier Takata that can rupture and spew metal shards.

In the case of Fiat Chrysler, NHTSA is looking into how 20 recalls affecting 10 million vehicles were handled. Administrator Mark Rosekind has concerns about the speed and efficiency of warning consumers and fixing their vehicles. A public hearing into the matter is scheduled for July 2.

Jun 04 09:02

Billions spent on inefficient, ineffective airport security: IG report

ndercover investigators working as part of "Red Teams" -- groups charged with testing security vulnerabilities -- were overwhelmingly successful in breaching airport security with fake explosives and banned weapons, according to a report by Fortune Magazine on Wednesday. The undercover agents were able to compromise Transportation Security Administration (TSA) checkpoints, in an investigation that revealed a massive, system-wide security failure at America's airports.
While security officers appear more professional in their uniforms, they still appear to be unable to intercept suspicious travelers and contraband.

Jun 04 09:01

2016: Rubio, Graham Refuse to Answer Whether They Read Obamatrade Before Voting on It

Only two GOP presidential candidates currently in the U.S. Senate publicly admit to have read the Obamatrade agreement prior to voting on it: Sens. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) and Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY)

Cruz voted for Trade Promotion Authority (TPA) that would fast-track the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) Pacific Rim trade deal.

Sens. Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) and Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) —the other two Senate Republicans who have announced they’re running for president—refuse to answer, through spokespersons, whether they’ve gone to the secret room to read the TPP deal and whether they did before voting on TPA. Both Rubio and Graham voted for TPA, which would fast-track TPP—and at this point they’re both choosing through staff to give the public impression they didn’t read the secret text before they voted.

Jun 04 09:00

Pink Slips at Disney. But First, Training Foreign Replacements.

The employees who kept the data systems humming in the vast Walt Disney fantasy fief did not suspect trouble when they were suddenly summoned to meetings with their boss.

While families rode the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train and searched for Nemo on clamobiles in the theme parks, these workers monitored computers in industrial buildings nearby, making sure millions of Walt Disney World ticket sales, store purchases and hotel reservations went through without a hitch. Some were performing so well that they thought they had been called in for bonuses.

Instead, about 250 Disney employees were told in late October that they would be laid off. Many of their jobs were transferred to immigrants on temporary visas for highly skilled technical workers, who were brought in by an outsourcing firm based in India. Over the next three months, some Disney employees were required to train their replacements to do the jobs they had lost.

Jun 04 08:58

Why Hillary Can't Run on Her State Department Record

Hillary Clinton's record as secretary of state became a hot-button issue this week after Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov told Bloomberg Television that the Barack Obama administration's failed "reset" policy with Moscow was her "invention."

Here's why it matters: Her campaign chairman, John Podesta, gave an interview to Bloomberg View's Al Hunt in April in which he said holding up the “major accomplishments” from her State Department tenure would be a centerpiece of her campaign. Podesta may want to reconsider that plan. Running on Clinton's signature diplomatic initiatives is fraught with risks because, on closer inspection, most that he mentioned don’t hold up to scrutiny.

Jun 04 08:57

Israel tells France to fire 'anti-Semite' Orange CEO

An Israeli minister has asked the French government to dismiss the "anti-Semite" chief executive of the French telecommunications company Orange over its plans for severing business ties with Israeli mobile firm Partner.

Amid the outrage in Israel over the company’s plan, the regime’s Culture Minister Miri Regev on Thursday issued an appeal for the dismissal of Stephane Richard, the chief executive and chairman of Orange.

“The French government must show zero tolerance for anti-Semitism,” the Israeli minister said.

The latest comments are in line with Israel's policy of labeling its critics as "anti-Semite."

Meanwhile, the top official in Partner said Thursday that he is furious at remarks by Richard regarding the French company’s “intention” to withdraw its brand from the occupied territories.

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Jun 04 08:53

We The People: 2 Million Petitions Delivered To Congress to Stop TPP

Members of the House and the Senate delivered 2 million petitions to Congress, opposing the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) and Trade Promotion Authority (TPA).

Jun 04 08:53

Cartoons Mocking “Goldman Rats” And Hillary Clinton Appear All Over NYC

While we don’t know who made the stickers, we should all be grateful to the creator. While the oligarchy remains firmly in place, we don’t have to respect them, and mocking corrupt cronies is the first step in delegitimizing their undeserved claims to positions of extreme wealth and power.

Jun 04 08:51

A Member Of The Middle Class Responds To Jon Hilsenrath

This is Joe from the disappearing Middle Class in America. You asked me the other day to drop you a note if I felt that something was wrong. What I’m having trouble with is “why” you’re asking me if anything is wrong! ?

So let me explain.

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Jun 04 08:50

Feds Under Investigation for Destroying Evidence in NSA Whistleblower Case

During the evidence gathering portion of Drake’s prosecution, his lawyers had attempted to obtain documentation relating to his cooperation with the Pentagon inspector general’s office for use in his defense, but were told that most of the documents had been destroyed according, they claimed, to policy.

“I investigated the destruction of documents and learned that the (the Pentagon inspector general’s office) does not have a document destruction policy,” Radack wrote in her letter to the judge. “Rather, (the inspector general’s office) has a Records Management Program, which dictated that the documents should have been retained.”

Jun 04 08:49

Probe Reveals Red Cross Raised $500M for Haiti but Built Only 6 Homes

After raising nearly half a billion dollars for emergency disaster relief after the 2010 Haitian earthquake - including $170 million earmarked for 'shelter relief' - the American Red Cross has built a grand total of six houses, according to a new report.

Jun 04 08:44

Ukraine crisis: Heavy fighting rages near Donetsk, despite truce

Fierce fighting has taken place between Ukrainian government forces and pro-Russian rebels in eastern Ukraine, officials on both sides say.

Jun 04 08:44

US servicemen banned from Germany’s G7 zones for fear of attacks

US forces personnel are forbidden from traveling to Germany’s Munich and Garmisch-Patenkirchen, the zones of the upcoming G7 summit, US European Command said, fearing that service people may be attacked by anti-G7 protestors.

Jun 04 08:43

NSA begs courts for 6-month reboot of phone-snooping programs

The Obama administration will ask federal courts to restart the spy programs which were shut down when controversial sections of the Patriot Act expired on Sunday. The USA Freedom Act allows the surveillance to continue for six more months, officials say.

Jun 04 08:43

Michael Collins Piper Archives

The programs appearing on theuglytruth.podbean.com that up until now were accessible only to subscribers are now open up for public listening, as well as the most recent programs Mike did before his passing which can be found on his archive page here.

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Jun 04 08:31

FBI says privacy must take backseat to national security in online fight against ISIS

One of the United States government’s top counterterrorism officials says Congress must help investigators crack the encrypted communications of terrorists as groups like the so-called Islamic State ramp-up their online recruitment efforts.

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The DOJ and FBI already admit that all this spying has not cracked a single major case. Typical of all US Government projects, the spying on law-abiding Americans is illegal, unconstitutional, doesn't work, can never work, costly, so by all means let us do more of the same!

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Jun 04 08:30

US ignores OSCE data, blames ‘majority’ of Ukraine truce violations on rebels

US State Department spokesperson Marie Harf refused to directly acknowledge Kiev’s role in violating the Minsk peace agreements in eastern Ukraine, turning a blind eye on daily OSCE reports that equally implicate the government and the rebel forces.

The video below shows RT’s Gayane Chichakyan grilling Harf – and failing to get a straight answer on the issue despite multiple attempts.

Jun 04 08:28

Californians - Take Action to Push Back Against the Pro-Vaccine Bill SB277: Email/Fax the Assembly Health Committee TODAY!

The Assembly Health Committee is tentatively scheduled to meet and take action regarding SB 277 on Tuesday, June 9th at 1:30pm in Room 4202 at the State Capitol building, 1315 10th St, Sacramento, California. Members of the California Coalition for Health Choice (a Facebook group) are planning to meet and stage a protest rally at 10am that day.
-NW

https://www.facebook.com/cahealthchoice

Update: The Assembly Health Committee could hear this as early as next Tuesday, June 9th. The Rally will happen regardless so make sure you and 10 friends are coming to Sacramento.

We need to reach out to the Assembly Health Committee office TODAY. This needs to happen today for it to be included for bill consideration if the hearing is next week.

* Please call them (916 319 2097) and voice your opposition to the bill.

Jun 04 08:20

IRS finally admits illegals can get back taxes under Obama amnesty

IRS Commissioner John Koskinen has confirmed to Congress that illegal immigrants granted amnesty under President Obama’s new programs could claim back refunds even when they never filed returns to pay their taxes in the first place.

Jun 04 08:20

Mother sanctioned for taking four year old child to the toilet

A mother from Fife was left without money for a month because she stopped to take her four-year-old daughter to the toilet, making her 10 minutes late for an appointment.

The heartless benefit sanction has left a struggling mother unable to pay heating bills and relying on a food bank to feed her children.

Jun 04 08:19

Canada’s residential schools cultural genocide, Truth and Reconciliation commission says

The Truth and Reconciliation Commission urges all Canadians to rise to the enormous challenge of righting the wrongs committed by residential schools, even if it takes generations to reverse the ongoing effects of cultural genocide.

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"Except for the Muslims, of course. They are still fair game!" -- Prime Minister Harpo

Jun 04 08:12

EDITORS OF WORLD’S MOST PRESTIGIOUS MEDICAL JOURNALS: “MUCH OF THE SCIENTIFIC LITERATURE, PERHAPS HALF, MAY SIMPLY BE UNTRUE”

Much of the scientific literature, perhaps half, may simply be untrue. Afflicted by studies with small sample sizes, tiny effects, invalid exploratory analyses, and flagrant conflicts of interest, together with an obsession for pursuing fashionable trends of dubious importance, science has taken a turn towards darkness. As one participant put it, “poor methods get results”. The Academy of Medical Sciences, Medical Research Council, and Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council have now put their reputational weight behind an investigation into these questionable research practices.

Jun 04 08:11

UK media suddenly covering all the vaccine injury stories the U.S. pharma-corrupted media pretends never happened

The censorship Berlin Wall on vaccine injuries is starting to crumble... in the UK, at least, where mainstream media outlets there are suddenly covering the thousands of young girls and boys who are routinely damaged by toxic vaccines.

The pharma-controlled, vaccine-worshipping U.S. mainstream media, of course, hilariously pretends vaccines cause no damage to anyone. That's part of the reason why no one believes the mainstream media anymore, which explains why mainstream media readership is plummeting while New Media readership is exploding.

(Our new GoodGopher.com search engine for the New Media has already received over 4,500 new site submits from webmasters.)

Jun 04 08:10

EPA hid truth about glyphosate and cancer for decades to protect Monsanto's corporate profits

Did the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency run cover for biotech behemoth Monsanto for years to hide the cancer-causing properties of one of the agri-giant's most profitable chemicals? Absolutely, asserts Dr. Anthony Samsel, a research scientist and consultant who says he has EPA documents in his possession which allegedly show that Monsanto was aware of research tying glyphosate, the primary chemical in the company's popular Roundup herbicide, to cancer since the 1970s.

Jun 04 08:10

Swiss Supermarkets Stop Sales of Glyphosate over Health Concerns

Swiss supermarket giants Coop and Migros have announced that they will no longer sell products that contain glyphosate, following the World Health Organization’s report stating that glyphosate is a probable human carcinogen. They have also announced that they will be exploring non-toxic alternative weed-killers.

Jun 04 08:08

Yes, you’ll be able to do clean installs of the free Windows 10 upgrade

Windows 10 will be offered as a free upgrade to most Windows 7 and 8 users for one year after its July 29 launch. This has led, inevitably, to a number of questions about what happens to those who want or need to reinstall their operating system.

Microsoft's Gabe Aul has provided some much-needed clarification on this issue. On Twitter he confirmed that once upgraded, Windows 10 users will be able to perform clean installs of the operating system at any time, even after the one-year free period has ended. Users won't be required to install Windows 7 or 8 and then re-upgrade, and they won't need the Windows 7 or 8 product key, with Aul confirming that clean installs from an ISO will be possible.

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With all the latest and greatest NSA spy systems and back doors, to make sure you are not thinking those double-plus ungood thoughts!

Jun 04 08:04

Duggar family says real crime is release of molestation records

The family stars in the TLC series "19 Kids and Counting," which remains in limbo while Josh Duggar's past acts of molestation remain national news.

But the family seems to be going on the offensive after two weeks of what the parents called an "unprecedented attack" against them.

Jun 04 08:02

Star Wars fan? Lucas wrote this ‘false flag’-terrorism-war story about America devolving to dictatorship

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“How do democracies get turned into dictatorships? The democracies aren’t overthrown; they’re given away... Star Wars was really about the Vietnam War.” - George Lucas, creator of Star Wars

“The (Star Wars) Empire is like America ten years from now.” - George Lucas, 1973

Adjusted for inflation, Star Wars is likely the most popular film series in history. Stories are popular because they communicate themes that resonate with the public. Creator George Lucas communicates that a powerful republic is overcome by false flag deception that devolves all into the most evil dictatorial empire possible.

“Dictatorship” literally means a government from what is dictated/said whenever government “leadership” says so. The US has lost almost all Constitutional rights to the dictates of “leaders” in government. In contrast, a constitutional republic is limited government acting within its constitution.

Jun 04 08:02

B.C. Legislature bomb plotters' entrapment claims hard to prove

Despite a B.C. Supreme Court jury finding that John Nuttall and Amanda Korody are guilty of plotting the attack, the two may never be sentenced. In that case, they would walk free.

An indefinite stay of proceedings hinges on the defence's ability to successfully argue that the undercover cops who befriended the couple entrapped them into planning and executing the foiled plot.

Jun 04 08:01

Whistleblower Tells Oversight Committee of Crimes Committed By Hillary and Huma Abedin

This could be the end of Hillary 2016. Two whistleblowers met behind closed doors with the Oversight Committee staffers and the lead general counsel for the committee. The revelations are nothing short of explosive. One of the whistleblowers (WB) is already well known, Richard Higbie, but the second one, who is still unnamed has evidence of possible crimes by Huma Abedin, Hillary Clinton and a cover up of those crimes by former Acting Inspector General of the State Department, Harold Geisel, who had previously been accused of playing politics in his position as watchdog for the State Department.

Jun 04 08:00

Ted Butler: Stepping Up to the Plate

US Government data unquestionably prove speculators are setting the price of silver on the COMEX to the exclusion of actual silver producers and consumers and that is so far from the intent and spirit of US commodity law as to be inexplicable. There is no reason to expect silver industrial consumers and fabricators to complain about artificially depressed prices because they have benefitted from the existing price-setting regime. But, it’s about time that silver producers questioned the single most important factor to their financial health – the price of their principle product. For being first to step up to the plate, here’s a tip of the hat to Keith Neumeyer.

Jun 04 07:59

Has a new financial collapse started?

Is the financial collapse that so many are expecting in the second half of 2015 already starting? Many have believed that we would see bonds crash before the stock market crashes, and that is precisely what is happening right now. Since mid-April, the yield on 10 year German bonds has shot up from 0.05 percent to 0.89 percent. But much of that jump has come this week. Just a couple of days ago, the yield on 10 year German bonds was sitting at just 0.54 percent. And it isn’t just Germany – bond yields are going crazy all over Europe. So far, it is being estimated that global investors have lost more than half a trillion dollars, and there is much more room for these bonds to fall. In the end, the overall losses could be well into the trillions even before the stock market collapses.

Jun 04 07:52

Time to end Israel's impunity

Last summer, while visiting our family in Shuafat, a neighborhood in occupied East Jerusalem, my son Tariq was chased, zip-tied, and beaten unconscious by Israeli police officers as he watched a protest. The protest was in response to the kidnapping and killing of his 16-year-old friend and cousin, Muhammad Abu Khdeir, by Israeli settlers the day before.

As the policemen lifted my unconscious son's body away to prison, two officers continued to kick his limp body and face. In prison, he had to wait six hours before receiving medical attention. And we had to wait several months for him to be cleared of wrongdoing in the case. When I first saw Tariq after the beating, I did not recognize him; his face was badly bruised and his eyes were nearly swollen shut. I thought he was dead. I wanted to get closer to him, to see if he was breathing, to let him know I was there. But the hospital officials barred me from entering his room.

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