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May 06 14:03

Mitochondrial “Collateral Damage” Thanks to Big Pharma

“Mitochondrial damage is now understood to play a role in a wide range of seemingly unrelated disorders such as schizophrenia, diabetes, Parkinson’s disease, chronic fatigue syndrome, and nonalcoholic steatohepatitis. Recently it has become known that iatrogenic (physician or treatment-caused) mitochondrial damage explains many adverse reactions from medications.” – John Neustadt, MD and Steven Pieczenik, MD

“All classes of psychotropic drugs have been documented to damage mitochondria, as have statin medications, analgesics such as acetaminophen, and many others.” – John Neustadt, MD and Steven Pieczenik, MD

May 06 14:02

Palestine: More Than 11,000 Demolition Orders Pending in West Bank

There are more than 11,000 currently outstanding demolition orders issued by Israeli authorities against Palestinian-owned properties in the Occupied West Bank, according to new figures.

The official data, as presented by UN OCHA in a recent report, shows that Israeli authorities issued 14,087 demolition orders in ‘Area C’ of the West Bank between 1988 and 2014, on the basis that they lacked the required permit.

The number of affected structures is higher, however, as some orders target several structures.

May 06 13:51

UN Essentially Runs US Refugee Program - Resettling People to US Towns Unequipped to Deal With It

Here's how our government works:
1) Exploit third world countries and install US-backed dictators to secure US corporations' profits
2) Start wars against third world countries whose leadership won't comply with US/Zionist/corporate demands, creating massive upheaval amongst their populations, and lining the pockets of "defense" contractors
3) Against the wishes of just about all of the local Americans, allows the UN and left-wing Christian and Jewish "charities" to resettle the refugees created by US/Zionist foreign policy, thereby dividing the population to make it easier to enslave, and does it all with YOUR tax money!

As a result, Israel feels more secure and powerful, US corporations get more workers to push down wages and increase their profits, and the US population squabbles amongst itself while the globalists tighten their grip.

May 06 13:45

Is Russia Bribing Clinton?

American presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton is embroiled in yet another political scandal, albeit this time one with a sweeping international reach that touches on Russia and Kazakhstan. Peter Schweizer’s forthcoming book, “Clinton Cash”, claims to have connected the pieces of the latest Clinton conspiracy, one which allegedly involved then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton essentially ‘trading’ uranium mines in the US in exchange for financial kickbacks to her family’s foundation. It’s a bit more convoluted than that, and therein lays the heart of the issue.

May 06 13:44

CNN Anchor Says Constitution Doesn’t Protect Hate Speech, Try Reading It. Okay, Let’s Do That.

Chris Cuomo is co-host of CNN’s morning show. He’s also a former law and justice correspondent for ABC News. He has a law degree from Fordham University and is a licensed attorney. New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is his brother.

In other words, this is somebody you’d expect would know what he’s talking about on the subject of basic constitutional facts. And yet:

May 06 13:34

Oxnard Cop Leaks Secret Police Ritual of Getting Gun and Skull Tattoo When They Shoot Someone

Last Saturday, Meagan Hockaday was shot and killed by Oxnard police after officers were called to help calm down a domestic argument. The 26-year-old African-American mother of three, was said to be “holding” a knife, but there was no initial report that she had moved aggressively towards anyone.

Just days after this shooting, a whistleblower in the Oxnard, California, Police Department came clean about a secret ritual that officers go through when the shoot someone: they get a tattoo of a gun and skull.

’s police officers put so-called shooting tattoos on their left shoulders after they were involved in shootings with a suspects, according to a spokesman for the department in Los Angeles.”

May 06 13:31


May 11th, REJECT VACCINE TYRANNY all over the GLOBE at YOUR City Hall

May 06 13:18

Make the Rich Panic

It does not matter to the corporate rich who wins the presidential election. It does not matter who is elected to Congress. The rich have the power. They throw money at their favorites the way a gambler puts cash on his favorite horse. Money has replaced the vote. The wealthy can crush anyone who does not play by their rules. And the political elites—slobbering over the spoils provided by their corporate masters for selling us out—understand the game. Barack and Michelle Obama, as did the Clintons, will acquire many millions of dollars once they leave the White House. And your elected representative in the House or Senate, if not a multimillionaire already, will be one as soon as he or she retires from government and is handed seats on corporate boards or positions in lobbying firms. We do not live in a democracy. We live in a political system that has legalized bribery, exclusively serves corporate power and is awash in propaganda and lies.

May 06 13:18

Aide to Kamala Harris, 2 others accused of running rogue police force

An aide to state Atty. Gen. Kamala D. Harris and two others are accused of operating a rogue police force that claimed to exist for more than 3,000 years and have jurisdiction in 33 states and Mexico, authorities said Tuesday.

Brandon Kiel, David Henry and Tonette Hayes were arrested last week on suspicion of impersonating a police officer through their roles in the Masonic Fraternal Police Department, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department.

Kiel, 31, has worked as deputy director of community affairs at the California Department of Justice. An office spokesman declined to comment on the criminal investigation but said Kiel was on administrative leave.

May 06 13:12

Experts are warning that the 76 trillion dollar global bond bubble is about to explode

Warren Buffett believes “that bonds are very overvalued“, and a recent survey of fund managers found that 80 percent of them are convinced that bonds have become “badly overvalued“.

May 06 13:08

This is why they are militarizing: “The world will become Baltimore when people realize they cannot acquire basic resources”

No matter the negative economic news or weak corporate earnings, stock markets continue to reach news highs and mainstream media pundits tow the party line.

May 06 13:01

Nobel Prize Winning Economist Joe Stiglitz Fails Economic History.

My colleague Dan Mitchell and I have long been baffled by the Quixotic efforts of such prominent economists Paul Krugman and Joe Stiglitz to blame economic stagnation in the eurozone on insufficient government spending.

Government spending in the euro countries rose from 45.3% of GDP in 2007 to 49.5% in 2013, according to Eurostat, with particularly huge increases in Greece, France, Italy and Portugal. The table below shows how little austerity there has been in euro public sectors.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

These economists are paid to ignore that 11th marble!

May 06 12:56

Minsk Group Makes 'Breakthrough' on Ukraine Reconciliation Talks

The Contact Group on Ukraine made significant progress in reconciliation talks, Russian envoy Azamat Kulmukhametov said on Wednesday.

The four contact subgroups will discuss issues of security, politics, refugees and displaced persons, as well as economic ties, according to Organization for Security and Co-Operation in Europe (OSCE) envoy Heidi Tagliavini.

"A serious step was made on the path of the political resolution of the crisis. We managed to determine concrete dates for the work of the sub-groups," Kulmukhametov said.

Ukrainian envoy Leonid Kuchma said that the security subgroup will discuss the removal of tanks and mortars from the line of contact between Ukraine and the Donbass republics. The idea of deploying peacekeepers to the region was not discussed, according to Kuchma.

May 06 12:56

Israeli MP Accused of Inciting Palestinian Genocide Named Justice Minister

There are fresh concerns over the future of Israeli-Palestinian relations after an Israeli ultranationalist member of the country’s parliament, who is accused of calling for the genocide of Palestinian people, was appointed Israel’s Justice minister.

Ayelet Shaked from the far-right HaBayit HaYehudi (Jewish Home) party was given the position as justice minister as part of a deal that saw PM Netanyahu gather enough support to form a coalition and control the Israeli parliament, the Knesset.

May 06 12:48

Ben Carson There May Not Be A 2016 Election?

May 06 12:47

KICKSTARTER - The Tylenol Murders

For over 30 years now, the world has been told the same story over and over again of how the 1982 Tylenol Cyanide Murders happened. Some lone serial killer went store-to-store in September of 1982 placing tainted bottles of Extra Strength Tylenol on several different retail shelves looking to kill random people. The deaths of seven Chicago-area residents in one day put the entire nation into total hysteria about taking Tylenol — or anything for that matter— as terrorism through any consumable product had never happened before. Safety seals did not exist yet— as there was not a reason— until now— to need them.

May 06 12:36

NATO Attempt At 'Interim' Government in Syria Echoes Libya Model

By Brandon Turbeville

The immediate clamor from the Western mainstream press regarding the fall of Idlib to Western-backed al-Qaeda/ISIS forces revealed part of the NATO plan as much as it involved the simultaneous participation of a media campaign designed to weaken the morale of the Syrian people and present a sense of inevitability amongst Syrian and all other populations following the crisis that the Syrian government was on its way out.

Such media hysteria has been the norm in the West in regards to Syria. However, in terms of the recent media blitz over Idlib, the goal, which has been part of the NATO-Turkish plan since early on in the conflict was to enable the capture of a major Syrian city so as to provide a physical seat of what would then be presented as the “government in exile” in the form of an “interim” or “transitional” government...

May 06 12:22

Mass Exodus Has Begun – CEO’s Bugging Out! 500+ Retiring CEO’s Another Sign Of Something Ominous To Come?

In a subsequent meet-up Susan Duclos’ late story “Development To The Bunkers: ‘They Know It Is Coming’ – Elite Actively Practicing Bug-Out Scenario,” we have installed the scribd archive underneath that contains the names of more than 500 CEO’s of expansive organizations that have either resigned from their CEO positions in 2015, late 2014 or plan on doing as such inside the following month or thereabouts as we start to see a mass departure from the business world has started.

May 06 12:21

Rehearsal for the Victory Parade in Donetsk

May 06 12:18

FBI Agent Found Guilty of Assault on a Minor for Putting 13-yr-old Boy in a Chokehold

FBI Special Agent Scott Armstrong, who was working part time at the Boone County Sheriff's Department, was arrested in Callaway County last year for choking a 13-year-old kid and forcing him to lose consciousness, leaving visible marks on his neck.

Thirty seven year old Armstrong admitted in the probable cause statement to "placing his arm around" the boy's neck until the teen passed out. The incident happened at Armstrong's home.

May 06 11:58

President Barack Obama: Monsanto's man in Washington

"Let folks know when their food is genetically modified, because Americans have a right to know what they're buying." (Barack Obama, 2007)

"Own the food supply, run the world. Decide who eats, who doesn't. Eliminate more and more small independent farmers and take over their land. That's the Globalist formula operating behind Monsanto." (The Underground, Jon Rappoport)

I have published this piece before. Since then, the global outcry against Monsanto and the other biotech giants has accelerated---but not a significant peep has emerged from the White House.

Barack Obama is a politician. Like Bush, Clinton, the other Bush, he's a liar. Different pols have different styles of lying. Some pretend they're your friend before they leave you in the dust.

May 06 11:56

Top NSA Official Who Created the Global Digital Surveillance System: Fire the U.S. Intelligence Agencies … Hire Anonymous to Protect Us, Instead

The Intelligence Apparatus No Longer Protects Our Country From Terrorism ... We Need Fresh Legs

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Yeah. the NSA certainly failed in Garland, Texas ... if you trust the official US Government story, that is!

May 06 11:55

ISIS in US Ready to Attack 'Any Target We Desire'

"Two soldiers … of the caliphate attacked an exhibit in Garland in American Texas, and this exhibit was holding a contest for drawings offensive to the prophet Muhammad," the jihadist group said on its al-Bayan radio station, according to the SITE Intelligence Group.

The group is now warning "the attack by the Islamic State in America is only the beginning..."

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Yep. more BOGGA-BOOGA from SITE Intelligence (as in Israeli and CIA) group.

May 06 11:50

Here’s where your stolen online accounts are sold via PayPal

People looking to buy stolen account credentials no longer need to scavenge through the dark corners of the Internet or pay with digital currencies.

Sellers on the online marketplace PayIvy are selling hacked logins for Netflix, Hulu, Spotify and other websites and are accepting PayPal payments, according to Brian Krebs, who runs a prominent cybersecurity blog. (You can also buy stolen PayPal credentials.) In some cases, the accounts are sold for just $1.

PayIvy did not immediately return a request for comment as to how it is handling merchants who sell stolen accounts, thus turning the platform into a tradepost for criminals.

May 06 11:48

Why Scientists are Worried about the newly approved GMO Potato and Apple

When Brazilian research scientists fed tiny pieces of RNA to young honey bees, they expected little to happen—certainly nothing earth-shaking. The RNA used is not naturally found in bees. It was taken from jellyfish, chosen because it was supposed to have an insignificant impact. The RNA didn’t cooperate.After mixing just a single meal of RNA into the natural diet of the worker bee larvae, as the bees grew older, scientists discovered that a staggering 1461 genes showed significant changes compared to controls.[1] In other words, about 10% of all the bees’ genes, including those vital to health, were either turned up in volume, or more often than not, turned down.[2] The authors of the study concluded that such a massive change “undoubtedly” triggered changes in the bees’ development, physiology, and behavior.

Perhaps the scientists from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) missed this 2013 study when they recently approved potatoes and apples genetically engineered not to brown. “Arctic” apple slices (nicknamed the “Botox apple”) can supposedly sit on the shelf for 15-18 days without discoloring to reveal their age. Sliced up “Innate” potatoes will similarly not show any darkening day after day until they eventually dry up.

More: http://www.responsibletechnology.org/posts/why-scientists-are-worried-...

May 06 11:48

Daimler’s self-driving semi: What could possibly go wrong?

Webmaster's Commentary: 

So who do the cops shoot when they pull it over for a broken tail light?

May 06 11:28

Fifty-Seven Percent of Republicans Want to Undo the American Revolution

The United States is a Christian nation.

That's an idea former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee has harped on time and time again during his political career.

And while he didn't explicitly talk about it today during his presidential announcement, it's bound to pop up some time during his campaign.

That's because most Republicans agree that the US is a Christian nation. In fact, according to one recent survey, 57 percent of them actually want to establish Christianity as the official state religion of our republic.

That's right - 57 percent of Republicans want to turn our democracy into a theocracy!

Thomas Jefferson must be rolling over in his grave.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"The government of the United States is not in any sense founded on the Christian religion." -- Treaty of Tripoli, passed in 1797

May 06 11:26

Recent Earthquake Near Oklahoma, United States

Webmaster's Commentary: 

A swarm of small quakes hits Oklahoma, all near fracking sites, in a state with virtually no prior history of seismic activity!

May 06 11:24

Snopes: Mecca of uncritical thinking

If a lobotomy is out of your price range, there's no need to worry. If you can afford an internet connection you can terminate any risk of having to think critically about anything controversial as long as you remember to visit snopes.com. Run by David and Barbara Mikkelson, two absolutely unqualified Coincidence Theorists, snopes.com can be relied upon to relentlessly provide a "that's nothing to worry about" angle on any and every troubling fact brought to light by the now prominent independent media.

May 06 11:13

A Disabled Veteran Receives a Letter From the VA that Contains a Mindblowingly False Claim

A disabled Army veteran, Robert Pressley, got the shock of his life when he checked the mailbox recently.
It contained letters from the Department of Defense and Veterans Affairs – but they were addressed to his ex-wife. And they contained checks for his funeral. Obviously, Pressley is still alive:

May 06 11:12

Dad Takes Kids on Family Trip and Tries to Watch Videos – Gets Hit with $17,000 Cell Phone Bill

It’s like a scene out of a National Lampoon’s movie, but it was all too real for one family. When one Dad took his family on a trip to Canada, he never anticipated receiving a mind-blowing cell phone bill.

May 06 11:07


A U.S. Senator has accused the Pentagon of covering up some sexual assaults by underreporting cases involving civilian women living near bases and the non-military spouses of service members. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (D-New York), a frequent critic of the military’s failure to adequately report and punish those who commit sexual assault, has issued a report that concluded theDepartment of Defense’s annual totals for these cases have been seriously underreported by leaving out civilian spouses of military personnel and those who live near military bases.

May 06 11:06


I was in the army four years ago, and when I was released, my wife and I went to rent an apartment — and we were told they don’t want Ethiopians.”

May 06 11:06


it was the first retro ball park

built on the public dime in 1992

in downtown Baltimore

by that crab and fish paradise

today 45,971 seats have been emptied

for public safety

baseball loving gulls are here

and when the organ plays

“Take Me Out To the Ball Game”

all join in

May 06 11:05

India to sign port deal with Iran, ignoring U.S. warning against haste

India will push ahead this week with plans to build a port in southeast Iran, two sources said, with Prime Minister Narendra Modi keen to develop trade ties with Central Asia and prepared to fend off U.S. pressure not to rush into any deals with Iran.

May 06 11:05

NATO’s ‘Largest Ever’ Sub Wargames Add to Tensions With Russia

While griping about tensions with Russia, NATO is once again dramatically ratcheting up the sense of unease along the Russian frontier, with what they are calling their “largest ever” submarine wargames just off Russian waters.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

When you start playing around with weapons on someone's borders, tensions with that nation are going to go up!

May 06 11:04

Vatican’s chief exorcist warns that practicing yoga is ‘satanic’

The successor to Father Gabriele Amorth, the Vatican’s former chief exorcist for 25 years, has come out in condemnation of fantasy novels and yoga, declaring both to cause demonic possession. Speaking to The Independent (UK), Father Cesare Truqui explained how the Roman Catholic Church has seen a steady uptick in reports of demonic possession all around the world, and that popular culture pastimes like reading Harry Potter novels and engaging in Vinyasa are largely to blame.

May 06 10:52

Iraq Sends Reinforcements to Key Refinery as ISIS Gains Mount

Though Iraq’s Interior Ministry denies reports that ISIS controls the majority of the Baiji oil refinery, the nation’s largest, Iraq is dispatching a new round of reinforcements to the area, aiming to keep ISIS from routing what few troops remain there.

May 06 10:51

What are all the ways Greece's bailout crisis could end?

May 06 10:43

Senate Sets Test Vote on Iran Sanctions Bill

As expected, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R – KY) has cut off debate on the compromise bill aimed at giving Congress the power to veto a P5+1 nuclear agreement with Iran.

Sen. McConnell’s move cuts off debate on further amendments to the bill, which have predominantly aimed to add more onerous restrictions to a nuclear deal that would almost certainly kill the talks outright.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Congress does not have any authority over the United Nations Security Council, which is the "P5" in "P5+1." Odd how a Congress totally uninterested in oversight when the White House wants to start a war suddenly demands they be heard when the White House wants to work towards peace! But I digress.

Congress, in inserting itself into a foreign policy issue, is in violation of the Logan Act. All they can do is order Obama not to agree to the P5+1 at which point the other nations will just move forward with their own agreement to end the sanctions, and the US will be the one who is economically isolated.

May 06 10:38

Australian sports commentator fired for anti-war tweets

Australia’s SBS channel sacked one of its top football commentators, Scott McIntyre, for a series of tweets on Anzac Day doubting the wisdom of glorifying Aussie troops in any theater of war.

McIntyre was one of SBS’s leading football commentators, covering two FIFA World Cups and four Asian Cups. He has over 30,000 followers on Twitter.

May 06 10:29

Naming and Shaming – The List Of Israel’s Agents Within British Politics

Ahead of Election Day tomorrow, the ultra Zionist www.webelieveinisrael.org.uk published its list of Sabbos Goyim operating within British politics.

“With Polling Day in the General Election this Thursday, here is a list of all the parliamentary candidates who have sent positive replies to the Fairness for Israel Charter,” the Zionist outlet informed its followers.

May 06 10:28

Japan Engineers Design Robotic Bear to aid in Assisted Suicide

A team of engineers working for the JSDD, with help from the Orient Industry Company have created an experimental robotic bear to assist in euthanasia and assisted suicide in Japan.

The growing suicide rate, as well as the senior population is becoming an increasing concern. Hospital Staff, and Suicide Assistant Volunteers from the JSDD are required to help euthanize those who are unable to [care for] themselves due to physical, or psychological reasons.

To aid these carers and volunteers, the JSDD-Orient Industry Collaboration Center for Human-Interactive Robotics Research in the Bunkyo Ward of Tokyo has designed an assisted suicide support robot with the face of an innocent, loveable cartoon-like bear to aid patients in self-euthanasia named SeppuKuma.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Shades of "Logan's Run."

May 06 10:26

Tainted by fracking? Drilling chemicals found in Pennsylvania drinking water

Drilling chemicals were found in the drinking water of three Pennsylvania households, according to a newly released study. The industry has criticized the research, saying it does not prove the contaminants came from a nearby gas well.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"I mean, in theory little elves could have come into their home and night to make shoes, and dumped those toxic wastes into the pipes, right?" -- Some Fracking CEO

May 06 10:25

Texas Teen Gets Away with Stealing an iPad from a 2-Year-Old…Until His Mom Sees the Security Tape

There appears to be a growing trend of strong-willed mothers who have decided to take control of their children’s actions.
First, “Mother of the Year” Toya Graham made headlines when she corralled her teenage son from participating in the Baltimore riots, following the death of Freddie Gray:
Graham’s actions prompted a Georgia mother, Chiquita Hill, to call in backup when her 5th grade son was sent home from school for disrespect.

May 06 10:22

Corporate Kleptocracy: 6,300 Examples Of America's Malignant Malfeasance

I am honored to share a remarkable data base of Corporate Fines and Settlements from the early 1990s to the present compiled by Jon Morse. Here is Jon's description of his project to assemble a comprehensive list of all corporate fines and settlements that can be verified by media reports:

"This spreadsheet is all the corporate fines/settlements I’ve been able to find sourced articles about, mostly in the period from the 1990’s up to today (with a few 80’s and 70’s). This is by far the most comprehensive list of such things online. At least that I could find, because the lack of any decent list is what made me start compiling this list in the first place."

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Corporate crime costs the nation more than ten times what street crimes does, yet the corporate media always focuses on the street criminal, and rarely the corporate one. Charles Keating stole more money through his Lincoln Savings and Loan Association than all the robberies, burglaries, and muggins of that entire year across the entire nation. He made the news primarily because of the attempted intervention on his behalf by the "Keating Five" which included John McCain

May 06 10:17

US Productivity Suffers First Consecutive Quarterly Plunge Since 1993

Well this cannot be good. US output per hour (for the non-farm businesses) - or non-Farm productivity - plunged 1.9% in Q1. This follows a 2.1% slump in Q4 2014 and is the first consecutive quarterly plunge since 1993. This was driven by a 0.2% decline in output as hours worked increased 1.7% with manufacturing productivity suffering a 1.1% drop in Q1 (driven by a 1.2% decline in output).

May 06 10:10

All clear at Newark airport; device determined to be electronic

Police have determined that a suspicious item at Newark airport is electronic and not dangerous.

The evacuation of Terminal C is over and airport screening has resumed.

The device was likely consumer parts, officials said.

May 06 10:01

Oakland Police Gave Protesters ‘Space to Destroy.’ Business Owner Hits Back with the Perfect Sign.

The Oakland police gave the May Day protesters (in the Baltimore mayor’simmortal words) “space to destroy.”
The aftermath was fairly predictable: Widespread property damage and business owners in the community who have heard all the excuses before.

May 06 10:00

Student Receives a Zero on Four Straight Assignments. The Reason Has Some Christians Up in Arms

It’s almost unheard of for someone to receive a “zero” grade on four different assignments in a three-week period, especially if they were all completed and submitted on time.

May 06 09:52

Those Monsanto Genes

Dr Anthony Samsel’s explanation on how glyphosate may be causing us to gain weight...

Simply put, Glyphosate disrupts bacterial homeostasis and our enzymes. With obesity, more precisely, glyphosate destroys the species of bacteria which manufacture 90% of our Serotonin as only 10% is manufactured by our body. Serotonin is necessary for the production of other important biomolecules like melatonin the precursor to melanin...

May 06 09:43

Survey Says: Retirement is a Myth

Upcoming generations, however, are not holding their breath. And that's without even having a working knowledge of the ominous Trans-Pacific Partnership.

So are Americans still envisioning a slice of the pie, thanks to the coaxing of the mainstream media? What do they have to look forward to?

May 06 09:42

Here Are The Four Men the State Department Just Announced Are Worth $20 Million in Bounties

The State Department released background information on four ISIS leaders along with bounties on their heads.

A press release from the State Department detailed the identities of the four men, calling for information on them. The four radical Islamic militants are:

May 06 09:39

Calls to Punish China Grow

Following a year of China’s flagrant and aggressive activities in contested waters, some in Washington are calling for President Obama to cancel China’s invitation to the largest maritime military exercise in the world.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The CFR was more honest, demanding China be punished for daring to have a stronger currency than the US dollar!

May 06 09:34

Alberta election 2015 results: NDP wave sweeps across province in historic win

It's a massive shock that turns Canadian politics on its head: the NDP has won a majority government in Alberta.

May 06 09:34

Putin Aide Says Israel is Training ISIS

A senior aide to Russian President Vladimir Putin has accused Israel's Mossad of training Islamic State (aka ISIS) terrorists operating in Iraq and Syria, Iran's Press TV reports.

Alexander Prokhanov told the state-controlled news outlet that Mossad is also likely to have transferred some of its “spying experience” to the leadership of ISIS, even as Israeli military advisers assisted the terrorists in other ways.

Prokhanov said ISIS is a byproduct of US policies in the Middle East.

"ISIS is a tool at the hands of the United States. They tell the Europeans that if we (the Americans) do not intervene, ISIS will cause you harm," he said. In fact, however, he added, Iran and Russia are the main targets of ISIS terror.

May 06 09:33

Press TV: UK politics dominated by Israel lobbyists

Press TV has conducted an interview with Gilad Atzmon, a musician, author and political commentator in London, about a Jewish community’s recent criticism of Britain’s “complicity” in Israeli war crimes.

May 06 09:29

Hollande admits arming Syrian rebels in breach of embargo - book

The French president has admitted delivering weapons to the Syrian rebels during a period of EU embargo, a new book about to be published in France reveals.

The deliveries took place in 2012, before the embargo was canceled in May 2013, according to François Hollande's last year interview with journalist and writer Xavier Panon. "We began when we were certain they would end up in the right hands. For the lethal weapons it was our services who delivered them," Hollande told the writer, AFP reports.

May 06 09:28

France may scuttle Mistral ships rather than fulfill Russian contract

The Mistral helicopters carriers which were supposed to be delivered to Russia are causing the French a headache. However, rather than handing them over, the French government may send them to the bottom of the sea, if the contract is canceled.

France was supposed to have received €1.12 billion ($1.25 billion) from Moscow for the sale of two state-of-the-art warships. However, under pressure from the US and EU the sale was postponed, perhaps indefinitely.

An article in Le Figaro on Wednesday says that Paris may have to resort to sinking the helicopter carriers if the government refuses to honor the contract and deliver them to Russia.

May 06 09:21

Ski trip for Michelle Obama and her daughters cost taxpayers $57,000 – and that's just for the flights to Aspen!

U.S. taxpayers forked over more than $57,000 when Michelle Obama and her daughters Sasha and Malia took a weekend ski trip to Aspen, Colorado in February.

That's just for the flights. And just for one trip. Mrs. Obama has taken similar journeys each of the last three years over President's Day weekend. This year it happened to coincide with Valentine's Day.

Judicial Watch, a right-leaning watchdog group, obtained documents through a Freedom Of Information Act request showing that the U.S. Air Force ferried the three Obamas – the president was golfing elsewhere – to a ski resort over the extended weekend, spending $57,068 on jet travel.

The round-trip flight from Andrews Air Force Base consumed 7.4 hours of flying time in a Gulfstream 550 aircraft – a $53.5 million plane – at a cost of $7,712 per hour.

May 06 09:04

Clintons use loophole to dodge tax they tried to hike

Seems like a classic case of "taxes for thee, but not for me" and good old-fashioned hypocrisy.

May 06 09:03


An avalanche of unnecessary medical care is harming patients physically and financially. What can we do about it?

May 06 09:02

Dr. Saeb Shaath: Saudis Are Fighting in Yemen Alongside Al-Qaeda against the Revolution

The Saudi war on Yemen, which has so far left over 3,100 civilians dead, seems to have no clear ending, and even the Israeli paper Yediot Ahronot has called it “[a] war for the survival of the Saudi monarchy.”

May 06 09:02

RT’s Paula Slier leaves Ukraine following call for her arrest, death threats

RT correspondent Paula Slier, who covered the fire near the Chernobyl nuclear station, has left Ukraine after a local journalist urged security services to detain her. Some commentators were calling for the RT reporter’s death.

May 06 09:01

‘Bomb train’ derails in North Dakota, explosion forces town evacuation

A train carrying crude oil through Wells County, North Dakota has derailed. At least six rail cars have caught fire, sending thick, black plumes of smoke billowing into the sky. The town of Heimdal and nearby farms have been evacuated.

“The [Federal Railroad Administration] has deployed a ten person investigation team to the site and will be conducting a thorough investigation into the cause of the accident,” Acting Federal Railroad Administrator Sarah Feinberg said in a statement.

May 06 09:00

Alexa Caught Fixing Rankings to Target Anti-Obama News Sites?

Internal traffic data from Infowars.com suggests that Alexa is fixing its rankings system to target conservative and anti-Obama administration news websites while artificially boosting the rankings of pro-government leftist media outlets.

The controversy first arose last year when both Infowars and World Net Daily noticed that despite internal traffic reports from several different sources showing that traffic was on the increase, Alexa’s publicly available statistics showed a massive and unexplained drop-off in traffic from August 2014 onwards.

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We saw the same thing here as well.

May 06 08:59

Echoes of an Obama third term: Hillary to call for citizenship path for all illegals

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton will call for a full path to citizenship for illegal immigrants at an event Tuesday in Nevada, as she goes all-in on the issue in pursuit of Hispanic votes.

May 06 08:59

Israeli Soldiers Describe How They "Shot Innocent Civilians Because They Were Bored"

In a 242-page report, soldiers recount how they fire artillery at random houses to avenge fallen comrades, shoot at innocent civilians because they were bored and watch armed drones attack a pair of women. That and much more.

May 06 08:53

SAPD cop arrested in theft of ammo at sporting goods store

A San Antonio police officer was arrested Tuesday, accused of trying to steal “a large amount” of ammunition from a sporting goods store, police said.

In an afternoon press conference at San Antonio Public Safety Headquarters, Interim Chief Anthony Treviño said the officer, identified as David Nieto, was arrested without incident.

Nieto, who works at Central Patrol, is a three-year veteran of the force. He was shopping with his two children, 1 and 3, Treviño said.

The chief said around 2 p.m., security officers at Academy Sports, located at 2727 NE Loop 410 on the Northeast Side, captured the incident on surveillance video. Once the officer went to pay at checkout and did not pay for the ammunition, he was detained, and police were called.

May 06 08:52

KY Sheriff's Detective 'Accidentally' Shoots His Mother At Church Wedding

You know how you go to a wedding at a church, then ‘accidentally' shoot your mother? Well that happened to a McCracken County Sheriff's detective in Kentucky, too.

May 06 08:51

Greece Floats Surcharge On Withdrawals As ECB Considers Cuts To Liquidity Lifeline

Greece is set to introduce a surcharge on withdrawals and financial transactions in an effort to raise cash amid fractious negotiations with creditors. Meanwhile, the ECB is considering measures that will tighten the screws on the country's cash-strapped banking sector.

May 06 08:51

Suit Paints Killer Ferguson Cop as Aggressor

The April 29 lawsuit says Johnson and Brown were walking down Canfield Drive around noon on Aug. 9 when Wilson drove up in a marked police vehicle and told them to "Get the f*ck on the sidewalk."

Wilson then allegedly parked his vehicle at an angle to block their path and detained the men without criminal suspicion. Johnson claims that Wilson stopped the vehicle "just inches from Brown and forcefully opened the door, striking Brown."

The complaint describes Wilson as the aggressor.

May 06 08:51

Swiss Stock Market Collapses Instantaneously On 5th Anniversary Of Flash-Crash

The "event" halted the entire Swiss Market for 3 minutes. And this was followed by an outage in Stoxx exchange data delivery this morning.

May 06 08:50

Attorneys for cop accused of killing his wife say judge should bar references to domestic violence

Attorneys for Lynn Benton, a former police officer accused of killing his wife, argued Tuesday that prosecutors should not be allowed to mention any allegation of domestic violence at Benton's trial.

Prosecutors allege that Benton conspired with two others to kill Debbie Higbee-Benton on May 28, 2011.

Benton is charged with aggravated murder and crimes related to the alleged conspiracy. Jury selection begins next month and his trial is expected to last most of the summer.

May 06 08:50

Recent Kilauea Status Reports, Updates, and Information Releases

May 06 08:49

Massive Fire Rages After Another Buffett-Owned Oiltrain Derails In North Dakota, Town Evacuated

Exactly two months after the latest Warren Buffett-owned BNSF train derailed near the spot where the Galena river meets the Mississippi, resulting in a huge fire and the evacuation of all homes in a one mile radius, moments ago another of Buffett's BNSF oil trains derailed, this time near the town of Heimdal, North Dakota, resulting in the same outcome.

May 06 08:49

UK General Election: Democracy hits the bottom

Neither Cameron nor Miliband look like getting an overall majority...

We are forced to choose between dubious pledges by low-calibre leaders nobody wants

It’s polling day and Britain faces a miserable choice. Whichever way it goes it’ll be disastrous.

The two main parties, Conservatives (Tories) and Labour, are neck and neck with a passel of smaller parties snapping at their heels with increasing support.

The economy is still in a deep hole. The much trumpeted recovery is half-baked and fragile. It is based on an increasingly low-wage economy while the fat cats at the other end of the scale keep getting fatter.

May 06 08:48

Flashback - It was hard to stomach David Cameron preaching austerity from a golden throne

At a state banquet for the new Lord Mayor on Monday, David Cameron gave a speech about his commitment to the cause of permanent austerity. He stood up to speak from a golden chair, and read his notes from a golden lectern.

As it happens, I was at the banquet too and heard the news about permanent spending cutbacks for myself. Sadly I was not there as a dignitary, a foreign diplomat, a captain of industry or the director of a big City firm. I was there as a waitress. The contrast between what he was saying and where he was saying it seemed initially almost too laughable to get worked up about. But actually, it reflected something chilling in Cameron's attitude towards the people he purports to be working for.

May 06 08:47

‘The Fraud of War': US Military’s Black Market Fuel Racket in Afghanistan

“According to a recent report from the BBC this week, some owners of oil tankers being used to supply fuel to NATO Forces in Afghanistan believe that some of the attacks on their convoys are suspicious. Yes, you heard that right. Contractors have been caught red-handed attacking their own vehicles whilst traveling from Pakistan to Afghanistan.

The report explains, “Evidence suggests that bombs have been planted in the tankers by the “NATO contractors” – individuals or companies who have been contracted by NATO to supply fuel and goods to forces in Afghanistan.”

“Dost Mohammad, an oil tanker owner from Nowshera district, stated that a NATO contractor had recently been caught trying to plant a bomb in an oil tanker. He added that the contractor had apparently sold off the fuel before staging a bombing of the vehicle. “Only 2,000 litres from the original 50,000 litres had been left in the tanker to cover up the crime,” he said.

May 06 08:44

Exploding satellite debris poses ‘Gravity’ style threat to spacecraft

IN A scenario that eerily echoes the plot of ‘Gravity’, scientists claim the explosion of a satellite has left other spacecraft at risk from thousands of pieces of hurtling debris.

Researchers at the University of Southampton say the destruction of the US satellite has resulted in 50,000 pieces of debris, no bigger than the ball of a ballpoint pen, the London Telegraph reports.

When the US Defence Meteorological Satellite Program (DMSP) F13 satellite exploded on February 3, the large pieces of wreckage seen on radar were not considered a threat. The new research, however, suggests agencies failed to take into account tens of thousands of tiny fragments spinning around the Earth.

May 06 08:43

5 Things To Know About The Organizers Of Muhammad Cartoon Contest

After two gunmen opened fire at the site of a Muhammad cartoon drawing contest Sunday night in Garland, Texas, the American Freedom Defense Initiative, which organized the event, is once again in the spotlight.

Here are five things you should know about the group.

May 06 08:42

Forget 'tattoogate', the Apple Watch is now causing RASHES: Users are reporting irritation and allergic reactions

The longer people wear the Apple Watch, the more that problems seem to be surface.

A small number of users are reporting that the wrist-worn device causes rashes, allergic reactions and skin irritation.

The problem appears to be predominantly caused by the band on the Sport model, but other users have blamed the reaction on the nickel on the rear of the metal casing.

May 06 08:42

A Camera Prevents An Arrest in Baltimore

Baltimore Police admit that camera presence during an interaction with a young man prevented his arrest.

May 06 08:37

Former FBI agent accused of ‘violent threats’ at CIA to get psychological exam

A former FBI agent accused of driving to the gate of the CIA in Langley, Virginia, and issuing a number of violent threats, has been ordered to undergo a psychological evaluation.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Okay, the media is screaming that we should judge all Muslims by the actions of the two patsies in Garland, Texas. So, that means we should take the case of this one FBI agent and use it to justify the claim that all FBI agents are nuts! :)

May 06 08:36

Hormel Cuts Jobs As Bird Flu Hits Hard

May 06 08:35

Setting the story straight about RT

FICTION: Bloomberg Politics global news portal insists that “Sanctions-Strapped Russia Outguns the U.S. in Information War” and cites former U.S. State Department intelligence officer and NATO adviser Angela Stent as saying that “RT is amplified by social media disguised to look like ordinary people’s accounts...Its social media use is “very sophisticated,” she said, and includes “people who troll and immediately bite back” at critics.’”


May 06 08:32

Senators Call for Massive Probe of 56 VA Centers Over Mismanagement

Troubled by delays in handling of veterans claims, a bipartisan group of senators is seeking a wide-scale independent review of the Department of Veterans Affairs for mismanagement and changes to improve budgeting and speed up applications.

A report being released Wednesday by nine senators acknowledged recent efforts by the VA to reduce disability and pensions claims backlogs but said it wasn't enough. Pointing to the VA's worst performers such as the Philadelphia regional office, they were announcing legislation that would require the Government Accountability Office to investigate all 56 regional offices for problems.

May 06 08:32

Jerry Brown’s 1977 Global Cooling BS, Recycled As Jerry Brown’s 2014 Global Warming BS

In 1977, Governor Brown warned that California was facing an unprecedented drought, blamed at the time on global cooling.

This year, Governor Brown warned that California faces an unprecedented drought caused by global warming.

May 06 08:31

Riot fears force judge to EMAIL his verdict to cancer sufferer battling eviction after court is mobbed by hundreds of protesters

A judge due to rule on whether a cancer sufferer can be evicted from his home for falling behind on his mortgage will give his verdict via email after angry protesters mobbed the court.

Judge Nigel Godsmark QC has told grandfather-of-two Tom Crawford, 64, that he will receive his judgement electronically over fears that giving it in court could start a riot.

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May 06 08:28

Mass Exodus: Young People Fleeing From Ukraine to Evade Draft

In Kiev alone, 95% of working-age men are evading military service, using a variety of methods from bribery to fleeing to other countries.

May 06 08:28

Undercover Cop Tricks Autistic Student into Selling Him Weed (Full Length)

This is the story of Jesse Snodgrass, a kid with Aspergers Syndrome who was entrapped by an undercover cop posing as a student at Jesse's high school. This is the story of how the war on drugs preys on the most vulnerable.

May 06 08:27

Khamenei says US military threats against Iran endanger nuclear talks

Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said on Wednesday US military threats made in the last few days may scupper nuclear talks as Tehran and six major world powers try to meet a June 30 deadline for a final deal.

Khamenei, who has the final say on all state matters, said two US officials have threatened Iran with military action if the talks fail. He gave no further details on the threats.

"Holding nuclear talks (with major powers) under shadow of threat is unacceptable for Iran ... Our nation will not accept it ... Military threats will not help the talks," he said in a speech to a gathering of teachers broadcast live on state TV.

May 06 08:26

Unattended Bag Prompts Emergency Response at Newark Airport

Authorities are investigating after a police dog responded to an unattended bag at Newark International Airport Wednesday morning.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Your daily dose of booga-booga!

May 06 08:22

Key CDC scientist who downplayed vaccine-autism connection is now fleeing from justice

A leading scientist with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention whose noted "Denmark Study" ostensibly disproved any link between vaccines and autism as well as additional neurological disorders is now fleeing justice with nearly $2 million he allegedly was to spend on research.

As first reported in April 2011 by Natural News editor Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, Dr. Poul Thorsen was indicted by a federal grand jury in Atlanta on charges of wire fraud, money laundering and defrauding research institutions of grant money.

That report came after a May 2010 report in The Huffington Post noting that Thorsen fled with the money as Danish police launched an investigation into alleged fraud involving millions of taxpayer dollars over time.

May 06 08:21

Poverty returns to Europe by leaps and bounds

The news about the economic situation in the EU reminds frontline reports. Head of Unilever in Western Europe, Ian Zeyderveld, from the pages of the Financial Times Deutschland said that poverty is returning to Europe. The main reason for the increasingly lower income of the residents of the Old World is a full-blown crisis in the euro area that is still far from complete.

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May 06 08:19

Weak ADP jobs report drags dollar lower

The dollar traded lower Wednesday, extending its losses after payrolls processor ADP released an April employment number that was much weaker than what the market had expected, prompting investors to worry that the U.S. remains in a state of economic malaise.

May 06 08:19

Are You Really Stunned That Ethiopian Anger Has Reached Tel Aviv?

Scenes like that, of the press talking with activists, were mixed with those that looked ripped from the West Bank, with the Israeli army confronting Palestinian demonstrators. Legions of policemen with truncheons waded into crowds of black men and women; police hurled stun grenades by the dozens; mounted officers charged down the streets lined with posh cafés. Lumbering white armored vehicles sprayed the protesters with water cannons.

Was this Tel Aviv? The high-tech metropolis where everything is relaxed and people sit on the beach for hours on end? How, some wondered, could such violence reach all the way into this bubble?

But the real question is: How could it not?

May 06 08:17

Cybercriminals borrow from APT playbook in attacking PoS vendors

The attackers sent emails to specific vendors impersonating small businesses such as restaurants. This technique, known as spear-phishing, is typically associated with advanced persistent threats (APTs) -- highly targeted, customized attacks whose goal is usually long-term cyberespionage.

"I am emailing you because nobody from your company is returning my calls," one of the malicious emails sent to a European PoS vendor reads. "I am having a problem with two of my terminals, getting random blue screens of death. Please give me a call. I have attached my business card!"

The attachment was a malicious Word document that attempted to exploit two Microsoft Office vulnerabilities -- CVE-2014-1761 and CVE-2012-0158, the RSA researchers said in a blog post.

May 06 08:11

4 ‘extremists’ in Germany arrested in ‘plot’ to attack Islamic targets

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"Because we only use the word 'terrorist' when Muslims are involved! -- ABCNNBBCBSFOX

May 06 08:10

Feds no longer need a warrant to search your phone location records, district court rules

In a reversal of a decision from last year, the Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit ruled today that the government does not need a warrant to search wireless carriers' cellphone records.

May 06 08:04

McDonald's 'has avoided paying £658million tax in Europe after moving European headquarters to Switzerland': Fast food giant risks millions in back payments

Fast food giant McDonald's could be the latest American blue-chip company to face allegations it avoiding paying taxes in Europe.

Trade unions have complained to the EU competition commissioner that the burger chain avoided paying more than £658million in corporate taxes between 2009 and 2013.

If proven the claims are set to spark another furious backlash against large US companies which rake in millions of pounds of sales in Britain and Europe without paying the same level of taxes as home-grown rivals.

May 06 08:00

World's top 25 hedge fund bosses take home combined annual earnings of eight BILLION pounds (and that was considered a bad year)

The top 25 hedge fund managers in the world earned a combined £8billion ($12billion) last year with some taking home nearly a billion pounds each in salaries, investments and bonuses.

Incredibly, the huge windfalls were actually seen as a bad year for the financiers, with the combined amount made by the top 25 falling from a total of £14billion ($21billion) the previous year.

May 06 07:50

Google survey finds more than five million users infected with adware

Ad-injecting malware is one of the most reliable scams on the web. Once a computer's infected, the virus will drop new ads into any site it visits, sending ad revenue back to the scammers who control it. Users may even know the name of the program, but they're powerless to remove it. According to new research from Google and UC Berkley, the scam is still going strong, despite more than a decade of work to stamp it out.

Released today, the study looked at computers visiting Google sites from June to October of 2014, replaying network requests to see if bogus ads were being injected locally. Over those five months, the system detected more than 5,339,913 IP addresses infected with adware, roughly 5.5 percent the total requests. It's a staggering number, but if anything it's likely to be an underestimate, since adware programs often decline to tamper with large company sites so as to avoid detection.

May 06 07:48

This is What Happens When a Member of Congress Holds a Computer Science Degree (*Hint: Logic)

If we had more computer science majors in Congress who believe in the Constitution, it’d be a lot harder for the statists to dazzle elderly, crony lawyers with bullshit into so easily suspending the Bill of Rights.

May 06 07:46

Not a single Muslim is quoted in ‘NYT’ profile of Geller

The coverage of the shootings in Texas has belatedly started to make an issue of Pamela Geller’s extremism. Last night she was derided on MSNBC as a provocateur who is seeking a violent response. Today’s New York Times has a long piece about Geller that unfortunately sets her up as a bold truthteller at the start: “Though hailed by her supporters as a patriot and condemned by her critics as a bigot, Ms. Geller, everyone seems to agree, has never had trouble speaking her mind.” But the profile at least does review some of Geller’s highlights of racism.

Yet the piece, by Alan Feuer, is signally lacking in one respect; there are no Muslims in it.

May 06 07:41

NSA is so overwhelmed with data, it's no longer effective, says whistleblower

A former National Security Agency official turned whistleblower has spent almost a decade and a half in civilian life. And he says he's still "pissed" by what he's seen leak in the past two years.

In a lunch meeting hosted by Contrast Security founder Jeff Williams on Wednesday, William Binney, a former NSA official who spent more than three decades at the agency, said the US government's mass surveillance programs have become so engorged with data that they are no longer effective, losing vital intelligence in the fray.

May 06 07:25

Myths about Terrorism and Islam in Western Europe

According to the data by Europol, the large majority of terrorist incidents can be related to ethnic-nationalist and separatist groups, such as the separatist FLNC in Corsica, the GPRF in Greece or the FAI in Italy. Obeidallah of the Daily Beast thus asks the following questions: “Have you heard of these incidents? Probably not. But if Muslims had committed them do you think you our media would’ve covered it? No need to answer, that’s a rhetorical question.”

The German communication scholars Kai Hafez and Carola Richter have researched the German media’s reporting of Islam for the think tank Bundeszentrale für Politische Bildung. Hafez and Richter’s study of magazines, documentaries, talk shows and reports of the main German public TV stations ARD and ZDF came to the conclusion that Islam is “largely covered in relation to violence and conflict”.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Just as the corporate media only reports on black victims of police violence, to push a political agenda, so too does the corporate media only report terror attacks that can be linked to Islam (even if fraudulently).

May 06 07:20

U.S. military personnel have been convicted of $50 million worth of crimes in Iraq and Afghanistan

Large cash transactions, loose military oversight, and deeply corrupted local cultures have lured more than a hundred service members to steal, rig contracts, and take bribes

May 06 07:15

Even Laura Ingraham thinks Pamela Geller’s anti-Islam event went too far

Conservative radio host Laura Ingraham, who has made a number of disparaging anti-immigrant remarks, chided anti-Islam activist Pamela Geller’s on Tuesday for her event displaying pictures of the Muslim prophet Muhammed.

“There are a lot of things that we can say, that we have a right to say, that we shouldn’t say,” Ingraham told Fox News host Bill O’Reilly on Tuesday. “We shouldn’t unnecessarily insult people, personal attacks.”

Ingraham argued that, while someone might have the right to depict the Virgin Mary “smeared in dung,” she would still find it rude, unnecessary and stupid.

May 06 07:11

Pam Geller is Our Very Own Pastor Terry Jones

Pam Geller is basking in her hour of glory. She’s finally done something so odious, so revolting, and so offensive, that someone equally lunatic has been moved to respond in the manner she devoutly wished. In the midst of a weekend Islamophobe convention in Garland, TX, at which she planned to give $10,000 to the “artist” who created the most disgusting image of the Prophet possible, two gunmen drove up to the hall and opened fire. The forty police officers for whom the city of Garland forced Geller to pay $10,000, to protect her from such nutcases, opened fire and the gunmen were raised to their own heavenly reward.

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Excerpt that we know these nutcases (neither of whom were currently attending a mosque) were being handled by a paid FBI informant who has been "grooming" them for such a stunt since 2007.

This was supposed to be America's Charlie Hebdo and Pamela Geller and the FBI intentionally set up those artists at the contest to be killed and used as bloody shirts to drive the public into a new (un)Holy Crusade of Christians against Muslims.