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"We live constantly with the tensions and costs of the United States' aggressive foreign policy, which not only affects profoundly the likelihood of war or peace throughout the world but also imposes monumental constraints on urgently needed social and economic changes in the Third World today." -- Gabriel Kolko, Confronting the Third World, p298



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February 1, 2016

Feb 01 09:27

Evidence: Is Hillary Clinton behind BLM Land Grab, To Sell Uranium To Russia?

Feb 01 09:26

Review finds more than 500 problems in plant meant to treat Hanford nuclear waste

The Energy Department has completed an exhaustive technical review of the plant designed to treat waste from the former Hanford nuclear weapons site and ordered the manager of the project to fix more than 500 problems that could compromise its future operation.

Feb 01 09:24

How Patriots TOOK the Narrative in Oregon.

Feb 01 09:24


“Your identity papers” — the phrase that was the hallmark of Nazi occupation. But now the Federal government demands your identity papers at gunpoint.

Feb 01 09:23

Sydney schools in lockdown after new threats

A ‘violent’ phone threat of an unspecified nature was received early this afternoon, leading to eight schools closing, in the second incident of its kind in just a few days.

Feb 01 09:23

American College of Pediatricians warns about Gardasil

In an unprecedented move, the American College of Pediatricians has issued a warning against a vaccine that has been approved by the FDA and CDC. The College says that they are committed to the health and well-being of children, and due to their commitment to children’s health, they feel that safety concerns regarding the Human Papillomavirus Vaccine Gardasil should be made public.

Feb 01 09:21

Are scientists to blame for Zika virus? Researchers released genetically modified mosquitos into Brazil three years ago

Didcot-based biotechnology company Oxitec worked on the same type of mosquito that carries the virus in 2012, engineering them to have offspring that die out before they can breed, reducing the population of disease-carrying bugs.

Some scientists questioned the wisdom of the plan at the time and it has led to critics claiming the modification could have sparked the current outbreak.

Feb 01 09:21

Netanyahu frustrated over France's Palestine statehood ultimatum

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has expressed frustration over a recent ultimatum by France for Palestinian statehood if efforts to renew peace efforts fail.

Feb 01 09:19

Destroyed in broad daylight by ‘False Flaggers’

In 2014 I worked in Seattle in the aerospace industry and made some angry and inflammatory statements to a co-worker about the 9/11 attacks and ‘False Flag’ operations
occurring worldwide.

About a month later I caught someone taking a picture of the rental car I was driving. This was the first time I was aware of the surveillance team following me and literally that day it turned into a ‘Cointelpro’ styled program using advanced technologies(DEW’s)the type of which are in the militaries’ arsenal specifically the Navy and Airforce (this is documented) the type which are developed by very high level players in the defense industry.

Feb 01 09:18

Alternative for Germany: Party behind Germany's 'shoot at migrants' politician is attracting unprecedented support

A German politician has called for police to be allowed to shoot at migrants. While her demand was widely condemned, Tony Paterson reports from Berlin that the right-wing, xenophobic party she leads is attracting unprecedented support

Feb 01 09:17

Popocatépetl volcano showing activity

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A lot of volcanoes waking up these days!

Feb 01 09:16

Palestinian Kids Dodge Settler Attacks

Feb 01 09:15

Russians Pay Tribute to America’s Favorite Nobel Peace Prize Winner

“This beautiful piece of artwork now hangs across the street from the US embassy in Moscow”

Feb 01 09:13

Flight Over Dwarf Planet Ceres

Take a flight over dwarf planet Ceres in this video made with images from NASA's Dawn spacecraft. The simulated flyover was made by the mission's camera team at Germany's national aeronautics and space research center (DLR).

Feb 01 09:12

Michael Moore endorses Bernie Sanders

Do you ever wonder why the pundits, the political class, are always so sure that Americans “just aren’t ready” for something — and then they’re always just so wrong? They says these things because they want to protect the status quo. They don’t want the boat rocked. They try to scare the average person into voting against their better judgment.

And now, this year “they” are claiming that there’s no way a “democratic socialist” can get elected President of the United States. That is the main talking point coming now from the Hillary Clinton campaign office.

But all the polls show Bernie Sanders actually BEATING Donald Trump by twice as many votes than if Hillary Clinton was the candidate.

Although the polls nationally show Hillary beating Bernie among DEMOCRATS, when the pollster includes all INDEPENDENTS, then Sanders beats Trump two to one over what Clinton would do.

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Feb 01 09:10

The West Is Reduced To Looting Itself — Paul Craig Roberts

I, Michael Hudson, John Perkins, and a few others have reported the multi-pronged looting of peoples by Western economic institutions, principally the big New York Banks with the aid of the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

Third World countries were and are looted by being inticed into development plans for electrification or some such purpose. The gullible and trusting governments are told that they can make their countries rich by taking out foreign loans to implement a Western-presented development plan, with the result being sufficient tax revenues from economic development to service the foreign loan.

Feb 01 09:09

Zika: Mega-power’s Best Friend: The Virus

By Jon Rappoport

Modern medicine has transferred the notions of evil, Satan, and even ‘terrorist’ to The Virus.

Unlike my previous articles about the Zika-virus-hoax, this one takes a larger view of what intelligence agencies call a cover story...

Feb 01 09:07


Feb 01 09:06

'Eyewash': How the CIA deceives its own workforce about operations

Senior CIA officials have for years intentionally deceived parts of the agency workforce by transmitting internal memos that contain false information about operations and sources overseas, according to current and former U.S. officials who said the practice is known by the term “eyewash.”

Agency veterans described the tactic as an infrequent but important security measure, a means of protecting vital secrets by inserting fake communications into routine cable traffic while using separate channels to convey accurate information to cleared recipients.

Feb 01 09:05

Argentine Social Movements Strike Back Against Monsanto

The world's largest GMO corporation never imagined that it would suffer one of its major setbacks in a small, rural town in central Argentina.

Popular opposition, irregularities in the company's environmental impact assessment, a protest blockade at the entry gate, and a court ruling stalled the construction of its seeds plant three years ago.

The most recent blow to the corporation occurred when it made a new attempt to enter the site in the municipality of Malvinas Argentinas, in the province of Cordoba. Protesters received an eviction notice, but local socio-environmental assemblies mobilized to strengthen the blockade, and a prosecutor suspended the order.

On Jan. 8 simultaneous marches were held in different cities across Argentina. The demand was one and the same: "Monsanto, get out of Latin America!"

Feb 01 09:05

Russia's Had Enough: No More 'Business as Usual' With US

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov gave a remarkable press conference that was entirely ignored by western media: For Russia, there will be no more ‘business as usual’ with the European Union or the United States. A new stage of history is dawning which can develop only on the basis of equal rights and all other principles of international law.

Feb 01 09:04

Will the 2016 Primaries Be Electronically Rigged?

Primary election rigging in the coming weeks and months is all but assured if American voters and candidates don't take steps to prevent it now. Evidence that US voting systems are wide open to fraud and manipulation should be taken seriously in light of the unprecedented high-stakes elections we're facing.

Not in recent history have American voters been presented with such radically polarized candidates, forcing a crucial choice for the direction of our future, and possibly upending long-established centers of power.

It's no secret that US primaries have been tightly controlled by the two ruling parties, usually to the benefit of their favored candidates. If this internal manipulation (some might call it rigging) is not publicly condoned, neither is it loudly condemned.

Feb 01 09:03

Got Entropy? Moar Cryptography and Security Hints for Beginners

My first post an introduction to cryptography leads us to this second post which will get into random numbers (wow, exciting!) which are absolutely essential to crypto. Most of what we see in computer programs and on calculators, as well as statistical programs is pseudo-random numbers from a pseudo-random number generator (PRNG). What is really needed to ensure randomness is a hardware random number generator (HWRNG). What is the difference between the two and sources of quality entropy is the topic addressed here.

Feb 01 09:01

Palestinians raise money to rebuild attacker’s family home demolished by IDF

The Israeli military has demolished the homes of two Palestinians involved in deadly attacks against Israelis in Jerusalem last year, saying bulldozing is an effective tool to “deter” attacks. Rights groups say the demolitions are collective punishment.

Feb 01 08:59

Microsoft and mobile: The headache that won't go away

Microsoft's attempts to break through with its Lumia smartphones have not gone well, so where does it go next?

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"We will FORCE everyone to buy a Lumia, just like we will force them to use Windows 10! Microsoft, Microsoft, Uber Alles!" -- Microblorch

Feb 01 08:56

Zika? Monsanto’s Roundup associated with smaller heads

This is my fourth article on the Zika scam. A virus is being blamed for destruction that actually comes from other forces.

In a previous piece, I listed the top six causes for what is happening in the center of the storm, Brazil, where babies are being born with smaller heads (microcephaly) and brain damage. One of those causes is pesticides/herbicides.

Here I’m presenting information from an animal study that implicates glyphosate, the central ingredient in Monsanto’s herbicide, Roundup, in microcephaly and cranial malformations.

One of authors of this study is the late Argentine researcher, Andres Carrasco, who was subjected to scientific censorship and threats during his career.

Feb 01 08:45

Are vaccines the cause of the baby brain deformity in Brazil blamed on Zika?

The Zika virus is transmitted by mosquitoes. However, sources report that only a FEW of the infants born with this condition had ANY evidence of the Zika virus in their brains. Brazil had fewer than 150 cases of microcephaly in the all of 2014, but there have been more than 3,500 reported cases since October 2015. At the same time, in 2015, Brazil instituted a mandatory vaccine policy for pregnant women. Could vaccines be causing the brain defect in infants in Brazil?

Feb 01 08:45

George Soros, Haim Saban give $12 million to Clinton campaign

Soros has now provided a total of $7 million in this election cycle to Priorities USA Action, a super-PAC which raised $41 million on behalf of Clinton in 2015, according to the committee's statement issued on Sunday.

The super-PAC raised $25.3 million during the last 6 months, and Soros's contribution accounted for almost a quarter of its funding haul.

Haim Saban, an Israeli-American media tycoon, and his wife Cheryl have contributed a total of $5 million to Clinton’s super-PAC.

Clinton has written a letter to Saban, pledging to speak out publicly against the boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) campaign aimed at Israel.

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Another Israeli whore!

Feb 01 08:44

Burning Skin From Bathing: Detroit Activists Record Testimony Of Flint Water Victims

The video below is testimony from members of the community in Flint, describing how one man’s child received chemical burns from trying to bathe about a year ago. The man describes watching the city pop fire hydrants and do suspicious things without ever warning the community not to consume or bathe in the water, long before this became known nationwide.

Feb 01 08:43

‘Anonymous’ video demands justice for killed rancher LaVoy, publication of FBI agents' IDs

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Feb 01 08:42

Death toll rises among Kurds trapped in Turkey’s southeastern Cizre district amid govt crackdown

More than 20 injured people have been trapped in a basement for over a week in the Cizre district of Turkey’s Sirnak Province, where the Turkish military is fighting Kurdish militants. Reports say ambulances have been denied access and six people have died.

Feb 01 08:42

Statins DOUBLE the risk of diabetes according to 'alarming' 10-year study

Healthy patients taking the heart drug statins have a significantly higher risk of new diabetes and a very high risk of serious diabetic complications, a study has found.

The research, published in the Journal of General Internal Medicine in May 2015, tracked individuals in a database for almost ten years. It discovered statin users had a higher incidence of diabetes and also weight gain.

Patients using the drugs were also more likely than the others to develop diabetes with complications including eye, nerve and kidney damage.

Feb 01 08:42

Hundreds of Ontario adoptions on hold amid Motherisk drug-test scandal

The Ontario government has ordered hundreds of adoption cases to stop moving forward while a judge reviews whether the children should have been put up for adoption in the first place, CBC News has learned.

The move has put as many as 300 families in legal limbo, not knowing when — or if — their adoptions will be finalized.

It comes in the wake of the scandal over the Motherisk drug-testing program run by Toronto's Hospital for Sick Children. The laboratory analysed the hair of babies to test for drug and alcohol use by their moms, and the results were used as evidence in the cases of thousands of children taken into care by children's aid societies.

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In other words, Canada implemented a policy based on a testing system that produced bogus results, and destroyed families as a result.

Whatever happened to making sure something works perfectly BEFORE using it on the public?

Feb 01 08:40

Zionism’s Exaggerated Sense of Entitlement

As we prepare for our sixth year of protesting for the rights of Palestinians in Adelaide’s Rundle Mall we are reflecting on some new and disturbing behaviour from our detractors. Over the last 275 weeks we have had plenty of time and multiple opportunities to judge how various forms of Zionists and Christian Zionists comport themselves in public. Many of the behaviours appear to be counter-intuitive. It is well documented that a majority of Australians disapprove of Israel’s treatment of the Palestinians and believe that the Zionist Israeli government’s policies have a negative influence on world affairs. According to the BBC World Poll 2015 69% of Australians hold a negative view of Israel.

Feb 01 08:39

Now Britain plans to hit ISIS in Libya as secret team flies in to draw up list of targets for bombing raids

Britain is planning aerial bombings against Islamic State militants controlling parts of war-torn Libya, according to a military source.

A team of six RAF officers and MI6 operatives flew to an airbase near the eastern Libyan city of Tobruk, which is under control by internationally recognised militia forces.

Diplomats from the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and US and French military personnel also took part to the gathering, the Sunday Times reports.

Feb 01 08:37

FLASHBACK - Secret Pentagon Report Reveals US "Created" ISIS As A "Tool" To Overthrow Syria's President Assad

From the first sudden, and quite dramatic, appearance of the fanatical Islamic group known as ISIS which was largely unheard of until a year ago, on the world's stage and which promptly replaced the worn out and tired al Qaeda as the world's terrorist bogeyman, we suggested that the "straight to beheading YouTube clip" purpose behind the Saudi Arabia-funded Islamic State was a simple one: use the Jihadists as the vehicle of choice to achieve a political goal: depose of Syria's president Assad, who for years has stood in the way of a critical Qatari natural gas pipeline, one which could dethrone Russia as Europe's dominant - and belligerent - source of energy, reaching an interim climax with the unsuccessful Mediterranean Sea military build up of 2013, which nearly resulted in quasi-world war.

Feb 01 08:37

Ted Cruz’s Iowa Mailers Are More Fraudulent Than Everyone Thinks

After seeing the mailers, Iowa’s secretary of state, Paul Pate, issued a statement condemning Cruz’s tactic:

“Today I was shown a piece of literature from the Cruz for President campaign that misrepresents the role of my office, and worse, misrepresents Iowa election law. Accusing citizens of Iowa of a “voting violation” based on Iowa Caucus participation, or lack thereof, is false representation of an official act. There is no such thing as an election violation related to frequency of voting. Any insinuation or statement to the contrary is wrong and I believe it is not in keeping in the spirit of the Iowa Caucuses.

Feb 01 08:33

Where Did the Years Go? NYT Dismisses Experience of ‘Fringe’ Candidates

The New York Times‘ Trip Gabriel (1/31/16) is worried about Iowans, whose “embrace of candidates on the ideological fringes has amplified a national grass-roots rebellion against establishment politicians.” Gabriel writes:

Feb 01 08:31

Stupor Bowl 2016

When I use the phrase Stupor Bowl, I refer not to the upcoming Super Bowl or the crazy mid-winter bicycle free-for-all in Minneapolis, but to the economic game of watching the Bear's Recession Offense crush the Unicorn-believing Bulls.

Feb 01 08:30

France says plans to end operations in CAR after UN report

French Defense Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian says Paris wants to end its military operation in the Central African Republic (CAR) later this year after the UN issued a statement detailing the French troops' sexual abuse of children in the African country.

Feb 01 08:29

Dangerous weaponry used on refugees with no legal status in Calais

Infamous street-artist Banksy made headlines again this week with his latest illicit artwork. The piece, which was painted opposite the French Embassy in London, features a crying Cosette from Les Miserables, her tears the result of a cloud of CS gas that engulfs her. Like his recent pieces on the edge of The Jungle camp and around Calais, it’s another comment on the refugee crisis. This piece takes a pop at the French government’s handling of the situation – and, in particular, their use of public order weaponry against the people that live in the makeshift encampment.

Feb 01 08:29

Where is the West's compassion & condemnation following terror attacks in Middle East?

Facebook users were not instructed to do so, but may nonetheless wish to change their profile pictures in solidarity with the families and friends of victims of recent terrorist attacks.

A great many of the victims were aspiring university students, others were school teachers, children, infants, parents, and elderly. Their bodies were torn apart in the acts of violence, many unidentifiable.

Most of these innocent victims will go unnamed, their murders obfuscated, or largely unnoticed, in Western media.

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Feb 01 08:28


Millions of pages of CIA documents are stored in Room 3000. The CIA Records Search Tool (CREST), the agency's database of declassified intelligence files, is only accessible via four computers in the National Archives Building in College Park, MD, and contains everything from Cold War intelligence, research and development files, to images. Now one activist is aiming to get those documents more readily available to anyone who is interested in them, by methodically printing, scanning, and then archiving them on the internet.

Feb 01 08:28

‘We are ready to accept Taliban as part of government’ – Afghan Chief Executive

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"You can't DO that!!! The Taliban wants to charge a fair price for that oil pipeline right-of-way. The Taliban wants to ban the @#%ing opium!!!!!" -- Official White Horse Souse

Feb 01 08:26

Over 80 killed, children burnt to death in Boko Haram attack in Nigeria

Boko Haram militants killed 86 people, including children, in their recent attack on villages in northeastern Nigeria on Saturday. Horrifying details of the attacks emerged on Sunday.

Feb 01 08:26

John Oliver Hilariously Explains How Easy It Is to Set up a Church and Get People to Send You Money

Appearing on the Tonight Show, HBO comedy host John Oliver told fellow host Jimmy Fallon how ridiculously easy it was for him to set up his own church and how it subsequently “got out of hand really fast” after collecting over $70,000 — and a few other things he never asked for.

Last year, the Last Week Tonight host created his own church — “Our Lady of Perpetual Exemption” — to mock laws that allow evangelists to practice so-called “seed-based” fundraising that often goes towards paying for the pastors’ lavish lifestyles.

Three weeks later Oliver shut down the church when things grew out of control.
Speaking of setting up the church, Oliver laughed and said, “It turns out that is an incredibly easy thing to do, with almost no legal consequences.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Scientology actually began as a bet between two science fiction writers, Robert Heinlein and L. Ron Hubbard. Hubbard bet he could create a totally silly religion about how humans were dropped off here on Earth by the flying saucer people and still get people to believe in it.

Heinlein didn't think people were that stupid.

Heinlein lost.

Feb 01 08:21

Doctors subject early-cancer patients to excessive radiation because it makes them more money

Although some claim that the use of the old method is merely "ingrained" in physicians who are skeptical about new therapies, this can hardly be used as an excuse -- especially when there have been multiple randomized trials proving its effectiveness.

And in light of the fact that the rest of the world has adopted hypofractionated whole breast irradiation as the standard treatment, it's difficult to believe that American doctors are simply uninformed or "behind the times."

So that leaves only one possible explanation: money.

Feb 01 08:20

Even the CDC admits this vaccine doesn't work

However, could it be that the CDC is now acknowledging that maybe, just maybe, immunity to some health problems diminishes even after vaccinations are given? According to their recent article, published in the journal Emerging Infectious Diseases, it would appear so. In the article, the authors outline a case of people – including 26 preschool-aged children – who were given the CDC's recommended vaccinations for pertussis (whooping cough) in 2013. Interestingly, the infection rate of the pertussis virus soared to 50 percent in one classroom whose students had all received the related vaccine.(2)

But wait, shouldn't the infection rate go down, not up? Hmmm.

Feb 01 08:18

Emanuel job approval hits record low as Chicagoans reject McDonald video explanation

Only 27 percent of Chicagoans approve of his job performance, while a record 63 percent disapprove. The poll was conducted by Research America Inc., featuring live landline and cellphone interviews with 985 registered city voters from Jan. 20-28. It has an error margin of 3.2 percentage points.

Feb 01 08:16

Busted: 25,000 cases of microcephaly in the US per year Jan31

Microcephaly: babies born with smaller heads and brain impairment. Heard of it? Of course you have. Towering experts are saying it’s caused by the Zika virus in Brazil.

They don’t know how. They don’t know why. But they’re saying it over and over like trained parrots.

They’re saying that, somehow, this virus, which for at least 60 years was causing only mild illness, is now at the heart of all these new cases of microcephaly.

Really? Then why are there 25,000 cases of microcephaly in the US every year?

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Doctors in Brazil are screaming that most of these microcephalic babies do not have Zika and were no born of mothers who had Zika. But the sudden explosion of microcephaly in Brazil does time to a program of mandated vaccinations for pregnant mothers. So the fingers are pointing back and forth with defenders of the vaccine-industrial complex blaming pesticides, and the pesticide companies blaming the vaccines, and so forth. But one thing is clear. It doesn't matter if it is the vaccines or pesticides; it is just another example (like the water in Flint) that corporations and governments treat us like livestock, willing to poison us to make a fast buck!

Feb 01 08:11

The State Department will not release damning emails until after New Hampshire primary!

A judge had ordered the department to release all of the emails by the end of January, but attorneys for the department said this week that they would miss the deadline, and requested another month.

That means the last of Clinton’s emails will not be released until the end of February — after the Iowa caucuses and the New Hampshire primary — and just before Super Tuesday, when voters in 11 states will cast ballots.

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Hillary's online minions are already out there saying that nobody should even consider the email scandal when voting today, because the emails are being kept hidden, but I think this will backfire. To voters, this reeks of political cover-up, and we are justified imagining the very worst case in those remaining emails!

Feb 01 08:05

Tens of Millions Wasted on "Ghost" Schools, and That’s Just the Tip of the Iceberg

"The lack of security has made it almost impossible for many U.S. and even some Afghan officials to get out and manage and inspect US-funded reconstruction projects," he says. The inability to adequately inspect and manage reconstruction efforts has led to extreme waste, including one case where the Afghan government found that millions of dollars had disappeared as Afghanistan paid for "nonexistent 'ghost' schools, 'ghost' teachers, and 'ghost' students."

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I think you will agree that money would have been better spent on schools, teachers, and fixing the water systems inside the US, but the government's attitude seems to be better billions wasted in a war zone than a single penny spent on the taxpayers!

Feb 01 08:05

Uninstalling Facebook app saves up to 20% of Android battery life

Facebook’s Android app negatively impacts performance and battery life, even when it’s only running in the background, users find

Feb 01 08:03

Merkel Expects Many Refugees to Return Home Once Wars Over

German Chancellor Angela Merkel expects that many refugees will go back to their home countries once peace has returned to Syria and Iraq, according to German media reports on Saturday.

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Good reason to tell the US to stop invading anyone with more than a barrel of oil!

Feb 01 08:03

UK taxpayers should foot £2bn or more to adopt Snoopers' Charter, says Inquiry

The first Parliamentary report into the UK's draft Investigatory Powers Bill, commonly referred to as the "Snoopers' Charter", says it has great potential to damage the nation's technology sector and the public should therefore pick up the tab for the £2bn (US$2.85bn) or so it will require to implement the data-harvesting legislation.

Feb 01 08:02

Ukraine Mulling Military Deployment to Syria – Reports

Ukraine’s Defense Ministry is considering sending troops to fight Daesh militants in Syria at the request from President Petro Poroshenko, a UK newspaper cited its source in the Ukrainian government as saying Sunday.

Feb 01 08:02

Alaska and Hawaii Ask UN to Recognize U.S as Occupiers

The indigenous peoples of Alaska and Hawaii appealed to the international community through the United Nations with a request to ensure their right to self-determination. The letter was circulated in Geneva.

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Feb 01 08:01

Flu Epidemic Emerged From U.S Bacteriologic Laboratory in Kramatorsk

"In the area of Kramatorsk there is bacteriologic laboratory belonging to the USA. There was a leak, of the virus H1N1, so-called Swine flu, but it has menacing potential, as there was a leak of the virus causing fulminant of severe pneumonia. Very often the carriers of virus have them both. In the beginning it affected Ukrainian soldiers en masse, DPR intelligence reported that bodies were just left in the snow and nearly 40 bodies were taken from a single unit. Then it spreaded to the front line. The situation is very difficult" - he wrote on his page on LiveJournal.

"All the doctors are aware of what they are facing. These are artificially derived viruses!

Feb 01 08:00

Ukraine Asks French TV to Refrain From Broadcasting Movie About the Events in Odessa

A request has been made to the French channel Canal+ by the Embassy of Ukraine in Paris to waive the broadcast of the film "Ukraine, The masks of the revolution". This is stated on the website of the diplomatic department on Facebook.

"We were disappointed to learn that on February 1st, Canal+, as part of a special investigation, will air the documentary "The mask of the revolution", which gives the viewer a false impression of the situation in Ukraine", states the message.

Feb 01 07:59

US Justice Dept hits 80 Swiss banks with penalties

Eighty Swiss banks have agreed to pay the US fines totaling $1.36 billion in order to avoid court prosecution, according to the US Justice Department.

Feb 01 07:59

Drug smuggling is HSBC’s raison d’etre

The powerful bank is in the news for attempting to suppress a report into money laundering. This is no surprise as the company’s entire history, right up to the present day, is one of financing drug cartels.

Feb 01 07:59

Anti-fracking campaigners say shale gas drilling could have 'devastating' impact for Nottinghamshire

Campaigners warned fracking could bring "devastating" consequences as it creeps closer to Nottinghamshire.

More than 30 people crowded around the Brian Clough statue in Nottingham city centre on Sunday to highlight the issues associated with the controversial deep-drilling technique.

It was one of a series of co-ordinated "No Fracking Way" protests held around the country, as anti-fracking demonstrators took the government to task over plans to dig for shale gas.

Nottinghamshire County Council says there is a "very strong impetus" to start drilling in areas across Broxtowe and Rushcliffe.

Feb 01 07:57


While the world economy struggles to recover from the 2008 financial crisis, most of the bankers who caused the collapse are still collecting massive salaries and have faced few, if any, consequences.

Feb 01 07:54

Central Bank Created Silver Rally

Central banks have created a mess, unless you enjoy unemployment, crashing economies, a wave of bankruptcies, and half of the world’s assets owned by only a few people.

Feb 01 07:54

Surely This Problem Won’t Affect Me

On a daily basis, I receive emails from associates in the UK and Europe that speak of the sheer madness of allowing refugees in the millions to pour into Europe. The riot in Cologne, Germany, by some 1,000 men who sexually assaulted 90 women, and robbed and threatened others, offers insight as to the scale of riots that we may expect to see in the future.

Feb 01 07:50

Clinton (47%), Sanders (54%) Propose Highest Capital Gain Tax Rates (Now 24%) In History

The Clintons supported the Iraq War, had a love fest with Wall Street, and put more African-American in prison than any other administration. Now they're "progressives." I've never seen such falseness in anyone, anywhere, anytime. And I teach law school

Feb 01 07:48

Turnout is name of the game in Monday's Iowa caucuses

One development — the weather — was beyond the candidates' control. Snowfall forecast to start Monday night appeared more likely to hinder the hopefuls in their rush out of Iowa than the voters. Republican John Kasich already has decamped to New Hampshire.

Feb 01 07:47

GOLDMAN SACHS: Don't believe the hype, oil is staying below $40

While it looks as if oil might be rising to hit the $50 or $60 a barrel mark cited by energy company execs as the natural price for the commodity in the next few years, Goldman Sachs disagrees:

Feb 01 07:47


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Presidential Executive orders are not legally binding on private businesses nor American citizens.

Feb 01 07:45

Academic boycott of Israel takes off in Italy

There have been major breakthroughs in Italy for the campaign to boycott Israeli academic institutions.

More than 200 academics from 50 Italian universities have signed a call for the boycott of Israeli academic institutions until Israel complies with international law.

This is the first time a significant number of Italian academics have taken a public stand in support of the Palestinian-led campaign of boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS).

Feb 01 07:44

Demands grow on Israel to release circus teacher for disabled children

As 23-year-old Palestinian circus performer Mohammad Abu Sakha enters his second month of administrative detention in Israeli prison, new appeals have been issued by Amnesty International for his release.

Abu Sakha, who has been a performer and trainer with the Palestinian Circus School since 2007, has yet to be charged with any offense.

Feb 01 07:44

The history of the press

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This clip answers the question: "How long has the press been corrupt"?

Feb 01 07:42

For First Time in Current Terror Wave, Israel Severely Restricts Access To, From Ramallah

For the first time in the current terror wave, the Israel Defense Forces imposed a partial closure on Ramallah on Monday. 

Feb 01 07:41

Solution: Windows could not connect to the Group Policy Client service

Under specific circumstances, I’ve encountered this message following a reboot on systems I am repairing/setting up:

Failed to connect to a Windows service

Windows could not connect to the Group Policy Client service. This problem prevents standard users from logging on to the system. As an administrative user, you can review the System Event Log for details about why the service didn’t respond.

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I received an email from a Microsoft user saying that a patch issued over the weekend has locked standard users out of their own Windows 8 machines!

I am sure that Microsoft's recommended "solution" will be to upgrade immediately to Windows 10.

Feb 01 07:36

Massive snowstorm hits Nova Scotia, Canada

A strong winter storm brought heavy snowfall to Nova Scotia, Canada on January 29, 2016. 30 000 residents were left without power by the afternoon hours of January 30 (local time), and it could take another day to restore the power in all the homes, according to Nova Scotia Power estimates.

Feb 01 07:36

The goal of U.S. foreign policy is to support the military-industrial complex through 'interminable war,' reveals former Bush official

As reported by Zero Hedge, retired U.S. Army Col. Lawrence Wilkerson said in a recent interview that the main "purpose" today of American foreign policy "is to support the complex that we have created in the national security state that is fueled, funded and powered by interminable war."

Yes, that classic "military-industrial complex" that President Dwight D. Eisenhower, one of our finest and most successful Army generals, warned Americans about during his final State of the Union Address on Jan. 17, 1961.

Feb 01 07:34

Retail Apocalypse: 2016 Brings Empty Shelves And Store Closings All Across America

Major retailers in the United States are shutting down hundreds of stores, and shoppers are reporting alarmingly bare shelves in many retail locations that are still open all over the country.

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We are seeing that here in Hawaii, along with skyrocketing prices!

Feb 01 07:34

One-third of people over 90 can retain and recall new info just as well as young people

Growing older isn't exactly something we look forward to. But fortunately, there are some things we can do to keep our brains sharp as we enter into our senior years. Keep Your Brain Young, written by Guy McKhann and Marilyn Albert, examines memory function in the elderly, as well as techniques for maintaining optimal brain power.

Feb 01 07:33

Cologne carnival organisers hand out leaflets telling migrants not to rape women or urinate in public in the wake of New Year sex attacks

Cologne and Bonn carnival organisers have begun handing out rules for refugees for next week's jollity - with warnings about women, alcohol and urinating in public.

The cities are on edge after mass sexual assaults by immigrants against hundreds of women on New Year's Eve in Cologne. The number of complaints resulting from the frenzy in and around the main station now stands at over 820.

Carnival is, if anything, even bigger than New Year in the Rhineland where cities like Bonn, Cologne and Dusseldorf go crazy in a week long celebration of parades, parties, dances and fetes.

Feb 01 07:31

Why Is Obama Flooding Small Towns In The Most Conservative Parts Of America With Refugees?

Why are small towns in conservative states being specifically targeted for refugee resettlement? Of course the Obama administration will never publicly admit that this is happening, but it doesn’t take a genius to figure out what is going on. Just look at the uproar that refugee resettlement is now causing in small communities in Idaho, Montana, North Dakota and Kansas. The Obama administration has deemed large cities such as Washington D.C. to be “too expensive” for the refugees, and so large numbers of them are being dispersed throughout smaller communities all over the nation. If you drop a few hundred refugees into a major city of several million people, it isn’t going to make much of a difference. But if you drop a few hundred refugees into a small town that has only a few thousand people living there, you can start to fundamentally alter the character of the whole area.

Feb 01 07:30

Is This Why the Judge Won't Release the Planned Parenthood Shooting Records?

Feb 01 07:29

A third case of the Zika virus has been confirmed in the Big Apple: 4 million people across the Americas could be infected with the Zika virus over the next year.

A third case of the Zika virus has been confirmed in the Big Apple - in a pregnant woman who contracted the mosquito-borne infection while traveling overseas.
City health officials, after revealing the new case Thursday, sought to calm fears by emphasizing that there's no risk of acquiring the virus in the five boroughs.
The sickened New Yorkers all returned from countries in the Caribbean and Latin America struggling to contend with the rapidly escalating Zika outbreak.

Feb 01 07:28

Americans are eating themselves INSANE... causes of mental insanity identified in factory foods

The real reason society is so incredibly insane at every level is rooted in the consumption of toxic heavy metals through food, water and other environmental sources. It's exacerbated by the poisonous heavy metals being fed to factory farmed chickens (and other animals) whose poop is harvested and spread on soils that are used to grow foods for humans. Once humans eat the contaminated food that's laced with lead, cadmium, mercury and arsenic, their own feces is "recycled" and turned into "bio solids" that are placed back onto commercial farm lands as "fertilizer."

Feb 01 07:26


Because he had commanded Allied forces in World War II, President Eisenhower understood the excesses of the war industry and warned Americans about the dangers of the military-industrial complex, a force that continues to siphon off tens of billions of tax dollars, as Jonathan Marshall explains.

Feb 01 07:20


British scientists have been given the green light to genetically modify human embryos for the first time. The experiments will be the carried out by the Francis Crick Institute in London and are to take place on embryos in the first seven days after fertilization. Scientists hope the research will provide explanations behind what goes wrong in miscarriages and a deeper understanding of the beginnings of human life.

Feb 01 07:18


The CIA and the intelligence agencies of several US allies in the Middle Eastern conflicts have recently been uncovered by the New York Times. The newspaper cites a number of unnamed White House officials that point out that Saudi Arabia has been keeping the role that Washington played in different conflicts throughout the region a secret. Moreover, Saudi officials have been heavily sponsoring US regional engagement, financing operations carried out by American special forces units.

Feb 01 05:32

TurboTax Complaints and Problems

Feb 01 05:26


The Republican presidential candidate — like all candidates in recent history — has had his life turned upside-down in an American tradition that’s at best called “vetting” and at worst, “invasion of privacy.” The reality is somewhere in the middle. One line of investigation has led to an after-hours 1990 arrest with a man named Angel Barrios in a public park well-known for gay cruising.

Feb 01 05:08

San Francisco Super Bowl:

San Francisco Super Bowl: crooked accounting, mass surveillance and a screwjob for taxpayers & homeless people

Feb 01 04:53

IDF partial blockade in Ramallah response to alerts of future attacks from city

The IDF has placed a partial blockade around Ramallah on Monday morning, allowing only residents of the Palestinian city to enter and leave it.

An army spokeswoman said the partial closure placed around the major city – the first since the wave of terrorism began four months ago – came following "concrete alerts regarding future acts of terrorism originating in the city," as well as a spate of recent attacks, including the shooting attack by a PA policeman on IDF soldiers on Sunday.

Feb 01 04:46

Asian Markets Close Mixed: Weak PMI Data Weighs on China

Asian markets traded mixed on Monday with China taking the biggest hit to close in the red. The weak Chinese PMI manufacturing data coupled with decline in oil prices, drove the equity stocks in the region to close mix.
SSE Composite index in China closed down 1.78% on Monday after PMI index disclosed contraction in manufacturing and services sector of the country. The Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) for manufacturing sector in January dropped to 49.4, its lowest level in three years, from December’s 49.7, according to National Bureau of Statistics (NBS).
>The People’s Bank of China (PBOC) also injected around $1.5 billion in cash in the country’s financial system
>China’s Energy sector performed poorly during today’s trading session.
>Hang Seng in Honk Kong closed down 0.45%, erasing early gains.
>Oil prices plunged on Monday during Asian trading hours

Feb 01 04:33

Iran cancels conference on oil contracts over visa

Iran has cancelled an oil conference that was scheduled for next month in London to unveil new terms for oil contracts, citing visa restrictions.

“The London conference has been cancelled because the British embassy in Tehran could not issue visas for representatives of Iranian companies as its visa section has yet to become active,” Ali Kardor, a deputy head of National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC), was quoted as saying by Seda weekly.
Britain closed its embassy in 2011, but it was reopened late last year. However, Iranians willing to travel to the United Kingdom need to go to a third country to get visa.

The London conference was planned to be held Feb. 22-24 as international sanctions have been lifted following the entry into force of Iran’s landmark nuclear agreement with world powers this month.

Feb 01 02:04

Stephen Cohen Schools Al Jazeera Buffoon on Russia (Video)

"What a disgrace!?" - taken from Youtube comments.
Al Jazeera America recently announced that they are closing down after having spent $2 billion (that is billion, with a "B"), since starting the American channel in 2013, including paying $500 million for Al Gore's TV company, Current TV, a deal on which Gore netted $100 million personally. Current TV was a dog which Gore would never have sold, but that's another influence peddling story. Here is a funny insight into why AJA is now belly-up. Gross professional incompetence. This clip is from September 2015, but we just stumbled over it and it is priceless, to say the least. Host Ali Velshi gets his ass handed to him. The video is shot from the screen, because, of course, Al Jazeera quickly burned the evidence, - it is nowhere to be found in its original on the web or on the channel's website. Be sure to check out the comments below. No further explanation required.

Feb 01 01:42

Russia’s truck shipments across Turkey impossible due to expired licence

Russia’s truck shipments across Turkey are impossible as the Turkish agreements received in 2015 expired on January 31, 2016, the Association of International Road Transport Carriers (ASMAP) reported on Monday. "Up to the present moment the Turkish side hasn’t accorded the quota of agreements for 2016. Currently, Russia’s Transport Ministry is assuming measures to settle the issue as proposals on exchange of agreements have been repeatedly submitted to the Turkish side," the report said.

Feb 01 01:41

Russian inspectors to perform observation flight over Turkey — Russian Defense Ministry

Russian inspectors will perform an observation flight over the territory of Turkey within the framework of the Open Skies Treaty, a senior Russian Defense Ministry official said. "As part of implementation of the international Open Skies Treaty, a Russian group of inspectors plans to conduct a surveillance flight on board a Russian An-30B aircraft over the territory of Turkey," chief of the ministry’s National Nuclear Risk Reduction Center Sergey Ryzhkov said. "The observation flight will be performed on February 1-5, 2016 from the Eskisehir airfield," Ryzhkov said, adding that maximum range of the flight will be 1,900 kilometers. This will be the first observation flight by Russia over the territories of the Open Skies treaty members in 2016. He said the flight would be conducted along an agreed route, and Turkish specialists on board will control the use of surveillance equipment and observation of treaty provisions.

Feb 01 01:39

Jaish al-Islam terrorist group to join peace Syria talks in Geneva — opposition

Mohammed Alloush, a representative of the Jaish al-Islam group will soon arrive in Geneva to join the negotiating process, a representative of the Syrian opposition told TASS on Sunday. "He will arrive soon," Omar Kush said. "And he will take part in the talks." Sources say Alloush may arrive in Switzerland in the coming night or by Monday evening. The Jaish al-Islam group is recognized as terrorist in Russia, that is why Moscow is against its participation in the Geneva talks on Syrian settlement. The opposition representative noted that Riyad Hijab, the coordinator of Syria’s opposition Higher Negotiations Council (HNC) and former Prime Minister, will arrive in Geneva in 48 hours, but Asaad al-Zoubi to remain as opposition delegation leader.

Feb 01 01:37

Iranian Supreme Leader’s top adviser off to Moscow for consultations

Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei’s top adviser on international affairs, Ali Akbar Velayati, has started his four-day visit to Moscow today. "Several meetings with representatives of Russian leadership are planned," the Iranian Embassy said adding that "bilateral and regional problems will dominate the agenda." Russia and Iran earlier confirmed their plans to deepen cooperation, including on extending the package of agricultural products deliveries. Moscow also hopes to significantly expand military-technical cooperation with Iran.

Feb 01 01:35

Poroshenko’s party agrees to overhaul government but wants Yatsenyuk to stay as PM

Earlier on Sunday, Tatiana Ostrikova, a member the Samopomich (Self-Assistance) faction in the Ukrainian parliament, said her faction had expressed no-confidence to the Arseniy Yatsenyuk government and demanded resignation of the entire cabinet. "The Samopomich faction has taken a decision on no-confidence to this government. We demand resignation of the government, including resignation of the prime minister as a manager who has failed reforms and turned to be unable to lead this government team," she said. She did not rule out that in case the government remained as it was Samopomoshch could quit the majority in the Verkhovna Rada (parliament)...

Feb 01 01:31

Source claims Donetsk outskirts were shelled overnight

Kiev forces shelled overnight two villages and the Volvo Center area in the western and northern outskirts of Donetsk, in eastern Ukraine, a source in the law enforcement agencies of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic said on Monday. "The Ukrainian forces began shelling the Zhabichevo village at around 11.30 p.m. The fire later targeted the outskirts of the neighboring Volvo Center. At around the same time the Trudovskiye village was shelled," the source told the Donetsk news agency. The Ukrainian forces carried out the shelling from the positions in the Pesky and Maryinka villages using the mortars with the caliber of 82 mm and 120 mm, the SPG (tripod-mounted man-portable 73 mm recoilless gun) and small arms, according to the source.







January 31, 2016

Jan 31 21:11

US national debt accelerating at over a trillion/year in our asset-hole ‘debt supply’ system; demanding monetary reform & public banking yet?

*hyperlinks/videos live at source*

hat tip: Prison Planet

The US federal government debt is now $19 trillion, having risen over a trillion each year of the Obama administration.

This article will examine US economic status, and obvious solutions promoted by many of America’s brightest minds since Benjamin Franklin wrote a pamphlet how colonial Pennsylvania operated its government without taxes, and which we could easily do today.

Let’s examine just some of the facts of the current US economy that demonstrates it’s criminal status:

We’ve already documented how the global so-called “elite” 1% are now wealthier than the 99% while ~30,000 children die daily from preventable poverty in gruesomely-slow agony. Just 62 people on Earth own more than the bottom 50%.
The US .1% own more than the bottom 90%.
The top 20 Americans (.000006%) own more than the bottom 50%.

Jan 31 19:31

Another High-Profile Global Vaccine Conspiracy Exposed

Waking Times

As a researcher who’s been tracking vaccine issues, including scientific hijinks, since the 1980s, I cannot express what a pleasure it is to report the following unfolding vaccine geo-political drama. This alleged conspiratorial action is about the fourth or fifth one to break into daylight.

Jan 31 19:29

Junk Food Eating Generations Can Pass Metabolic Disorders To Their Children

Waking Times

“You are what your parent’s eat,” is becoming more relevant by the day. According to a study published in journal “Science,” just one junk food eating generation can pass on the metabolic disorders it gains from an unhealthy diet to the next.

Jan 31 17:54

BLM to lease drilling rights under Lewisville Lake

The Bureau of Land Management will sell a 10-year mineral rights lease for a section of Lake Lewisville at a live auction in Santa Fe, New Mexico on April 20.

The winner will get the rights to extract natural gas locked in the Barnett Shale beneath a 258.9-acre collection of parcels underlying the western arm of Lewisville Lake in the Hickory Creek branch.

The minimum bid is $2 per acre, and BLM charges an annual rental rate of $1.50 per acre for the first five years of the lease, and $2 per acre after that. The lease will remain in effect as long as there is at least one producing well. If gas is produced, the operator would pay a 12.5 percent royalty to be split between the federal government and the State of Texas.

Jan 31 16:53

BREAKING: Republican Party of Virginia rescinds ‘oath’ requirement

The Republican Party of Virginia’s State Central Committee (“SCC”), meeting in Richmond, today voted to remove the requirement it had adopted in September 2015 to require voters in its March 1 presidential primary to sign a statement indicating they are Republican.

Jan 31 15:29

Liz Cheney running for Congress in Wyoming

yet another dynastic family?

Jan 31 15:29

Obama's Christian Holocaust-- Throughout the Middle East

It's a Christian Holocaust, alright. With all the killings, crucifixions, and beheadings. Not because Obama is a secret Muslim, God knows. Au contraire. He's a Church-going Christian, as countless photo-ops show. So let's not go overboard. Those images of martyred Christians must upset him when they hit the internet. What will the American people think? But business is business. And this Christian genocide is part of the cost of doing business with the Turks and the Saudis and the Gulf monarchies. It's a shame that the number of Iraqi and Syrian Christians dead or fled already number in the millions. But what can Obama do? As President he has to put our national interests first. And in his mind our national interests lie in world domination. With the power of life and death over every single person on the globe-whose inmost thoughts the NSA must know!

Jan 31 15:25

The US Plans to Buy 500 Fighter Jets That Don't Work

The F-35 is a $400 billion (and counting) flying nightmare. And the Pentagon wants to buy hundreds of them — "tests" and "modifications" can come later. What can you do with hundreds of billions of dollars? If you're the wealthiest nation on earth with a 20% child poverty rate, the answer is beyond obvious: Let's spend all that money on a fancy airplane that we don't need and doesn't work...

Jan 31 15:07

U.K. Town Moves Forward with Fluoridated Milk for Children

By Derrick Broze

On Monday January 18, the Blackpool Council approved a plan to introduce fluoridated milk to school children via the town’s free breakfast program. The Council is attempting to tackle a dental health problem that has caused nearly half of all 12-year olds in Blackpool to have at least one decayed, missing, or filled tooth...

Jan 31 15:04

US Navy Commander Traded Military Secrets for Prostitutes and Lady Gaga Tickets

We're waiting for the BBC documentary. A Navy commander accused of trading military secrets for cash bribes, plane tickets, flings with prostitutes and Lady Gaga concert tickets pleaded guilty Thursday to corruption charges in federal court in San Diego. Cmdr. Michael Misiewicz, 48, a graduate of the Naval Academy in Annapolis, became the eighth person to plead guilty in a gigantic corruption case that has rocked the Navy and reached high into the officer corps. More than 100 people remain under investigation for possible criminal, ethical or administrative violations.

Jan 31 14:48

Antifa Group Posts Photoshopped Image, Agrees With Message

Women aren’t the only victims of this mass influx of people from vastly different cultures, and transgendered women have also been the victims of stoning in the city of Dortmund. Attacks against gay and lesbian refugees has become so bad that Germany had to set up separate housing units for them out of fear that they would be attacked by their fellow asylum seekers. All of these cases of the brutality and assault of destroyed Merkel’s record, and 40 percent of Germans are now demanding that she resign in disgrace. Still the radical left stands by the policy of diversity at all cost — even if it results in the massive assault, rape, and murder of feminists and gays... The image uploaded to Rote Antifa‘s Facebook page of the woman with sign appears to have been altered.

Jan 31 14:41

Ray McGovern: "U.S' Surveillance of Europeans Does Not Help in the Fight Against Terrorism"

In the Committee on National Security of the United States, Senate declared that the EU should cease to criticize Washington for espionage. "After the incident with Edward Snowden, delegations from Europe are came to us, and complained that America is spying on their countries. Like in "Casablanca", remember? When he says: "I'm shocked!" After the terrorist attacks in Paris we didn't hear such statements anymore. After Charlie Hebdo, too," — said the Chairman of the Committee on national security of the U.S. Senate Ron Johnson. According to former CIA officer Ray McGovern, the action in the fight against terrorism is ineffective. "This spying is dictated solely by the desire to collect any information and is indicative of a certain level of technological development. The American authorities have no system for selecting truly necessary information. In the end we get a proverbial haystack in which it is very difficult to find the needle. Their methods do not work.

Jan 31 14:38

Tomenko: "Poroshenko Does Not Know What to Do With Donbass"

The President of Ukraine, Petro Poroshenko, understands that the special status of Donbass will never pass in Parliament. This was announced by MP of Ukraine Mykola Tomenko: "Poroshenko doesn't know what to do with Donbass, so he has had to freeze this question. He's waiting for something to happen: Perhaps Merkel will extend sanctions against Russia for 10 years, maybe something will happen with Putin. He understands that neither the amendments to the Constitution required for the special status of Donbass, nor the decentralization proposed in the existing bill, will gain 300 votes. Forget about the special status of Donbass, it will never pass in Parliament". As a reminder, earlier the Deputy of the People's Council DPR, Vladislav Brig, said that the return of the republics within the Ukrainian State, while the current Kiev authorities are in power, will not happen.

Jan 31 14:35

DPR Deputy: "Donbass will not return to Ukraine - neither by Federation or Confederation"

The United States is fully controlling the Kiev regime, to make the existence of DPR and LPR impossible as part of a Ukrainian state, said the Deputy of the People's Council DPR Vladislav Brig. "I don't see any reason for the authorities in Kiev to change, in 10-15 years there will be Russophobic American power. Therefore, Donbass, in any form, neither Federal, nor Confederate, will not return to Ukraine", said the politician. "When we went to the dialogue in March 2014, we would have agreed on the establishment of the Federation. But it was trampled with a boot. This included Ukrainian tanks, Grad's falling down on our houses. How many of our people have been killed? And today how can we tell the relatives of dead that we are going back to those who brought them so much grief " said the Deputy of the people's Council DPR.

Jan 31 13:36


Remember China-gate from 1996? Then President Bill Clinton authorized the sale of sensitive US technology to China and Chinese money was donated to his re-election campaign!

Was Hillary playing the same game, selling US secrets delivered via a private server with weaker security than the Ashley Madison website in exchange for "donations" to her "charitable" foundation?

It is time to look past the server itself to what may be the biggest spy scandal in US history!

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Jan 31 13:22


On January 30, senior UN officials disclosed names of the countries whose peacekeepers are accused of sexually abusing and exploiting children aged from 7 to 16 in the war-torn Central African Republic. The UN human rights staff in the Central African Republic (CAR) interviewed several girls who said they were raped, abused or paid for sex by United Nations and EU peacekeepers since 2014. According to the UN press release a girl and a boy aged seven and nine were allegedly abused by French troops in exchange for a bottle of water and a sachet of cookies while the troops were taking part in Operation Sangaris. The report shows that four other girls, aged 14 and 16 said their abusers belonged to the peacekeeping force operating as part of the European Union operation EUFOR CAR.

Jan 31 13:22

How Trump Carved Up Cruz's Support in Weeks Before Iowa Caucus

New data from the latest Bloomberg Politics/Des Moines Register Iowa poll, and interviews with the candidates’ campaign managers, shed light on the clash that could decide the Monday's winner.

Jan 31 13:19


Al-Masdar News reported, to days after losing the strategic Al-Doud Mountains to the Yemeni Army’s Republican Guard and the Houthis, the Saudi Royal Army launched a counter-assault to recapture this site and several military installations surrounding it. However, the Saudi Army and their allies from the Arab Coalition received more than they bargained for when they arrived at the Al-Doud Mountains in the Jizan Province of southern Saudi Arabia. The Houthis and Yemeni Army’s Republican Guard forces confronted this large Coalition unit, killing several of the latter’s military personnel, including a number of soldiers from the Saudi Royal Army. At the same time Saudi allies experience casualties...

Jan 31 13:18

Media Attacking Single-Payer Are Getting Paid Under Current Health System

With the first nomination contest only two days away, the corporate media reaction to Bernie Sanders’ surprisingly strong campaign, while not reaching Jeremy Corbyn-level hysteria, has reached a noticeable panic—one marked by let’s-not-upset-the-base qualified criticism and exquisitely curated concern-trolling. The most cynical argument being advanced is that Sanders’ support for a single-payer health program is a pie-in-the-sky fantasy, in contrast to the pragmatic incrementalism promised by Hillary Clinton.

Jan 31 13:15


Jan 31 13:12

Russian-Egyptian inter-governmental commission begins work in Cairo

The joint Russian-Egyptian Commission on Trade, Economic, Scientific and Technical Cooperation is beginning its work in Cairo on Sunday. Its tenth meeting will be held in the Egyptian capital under the guidance of the Russian Industry and Trade Minister Denis Manturov and Egyptian Minister of Industry, Foreign Trade, Small and Medium Enterprises Tarek Kabil. It will last until February 2. Representatives of about 60 Russia’s largest companies interested in the implementation of infrastructure projects in the energy sector, supply of machinery and equipment and transport in Egypt are taking part in it...

Jan 31 13:11

MSNBC: Obama Admin Has Sent People To Jail For Mishandling Classified Information, Like Clinton Did

Jan 31 13:11

Syria’s opposition sets no preconditions for talks — de Mistura’s spokesperson

Spokesperson Khawla Mattar said the opposition group backed by Riyadh has not informed the UN envoy's office that it may leave Geneva in case its demands were not met. A spokesman for the delegation of the HNC, Salem al-Muslad, said on Saturday the Syrian opposition was ready to begin the negotiations in Geneva without any preconditions According to him, the delegation will demand providing humanitarian access to Syrian cities, releasing prisoners and rendering humanitarian assistance. He noted though that those "were not preconditions." "These are not our preconditions. We have come here, and we are ready to begin these talks, but are also here to make sure that Resolution 2254 of the UN Security Council is implemented," al-Muslad said."We are ready to negotiate," he said. "We came here to make the process a success".

Jan 31 13:09

IS group claims responsibility for twin explosions near Damascus

At least 30 people were killed in twin terrorist attacks carried out by the Islamic State (IS) gunmen in the southern suburb of Syria’s capital Damascus on Sunday, the country’s Interior Ministry has said. The ministry said "30 people died and 40 were injured." Two explosions went off on Sunday morning in the predominantly Shiite Damasus suburb of Sayyida Zeinab. Syria’s police say according to preliminary data the blasts were carried out by suicide bombers near a shrine with a tomb of Zeinab, the granddaughter of Prophet Muhammad.

Jan 31 13:07

Ukraine looking at temporary closure of crossing points along engagement line in Donbass

"The command of the ATO [the so-called anti-terrorist operation in Donbass - TASS] forces in the Donetsk and Lugansk regions is looking at a possibility of temporary closure of crossing points with a relevant appeal to international organizations involved in the monitoring of the implementation of the Minsk agreements," the press center said, explaining the move by the aggravation of the situation in the area and possible provocations. Ukraine’s state border service however reports active movement of people across the line of engagement. "The passenger and transport traffic at the crossing points has been intense," a spokesman for the border service said on Sunday, adding that the traffic had deceased over the past day.

Jan 31 13:06

DPR defense ministry reports 43 ceasefire violations by Ukrainian troops in past day

"Ukrainian troops opened fire at the republic’s territory 124 times in 43 episodes of ceasefire violation," the Donetsk News Agency quoted him as saying. According to the DPR defense ministry, Ukrainian troops shelled the area around the former Donetsk airport, including the Volvo Center, the settlements of Zhabichevo and Spartak, and the villages of Staromikhailovka and Trudovskiye in Donetsk’s western suburbs, as well as the settlement of Signalnoye south of Donetsk, the settlement of Zaitsevo in Gorlovka’s northern suburb and Gagarin mines in Gorlovka. Fire was open from 120mm and 82mm mortars, armored vehicles, grenade launchers and firearms. "The Ukrainian side continues to use banned weapons from its positions in the buffer zone. Casualties and damages are specified in the settlement of Sakhanka," the spokesman said.

Jan 31 13:04

Ethnic minority grads in UK less likely to find jobs, equal pay: Study

The groundbreaking study, by the Institute for Social and Economic Research at the University of Essex, reveals British ethnic minority graduates are between 5% and 15% less likely to be employed than their white British peers six months after graduation.

Jan 31 13:02

Second Virginia Tech student arrested in teen's death

Police arrested David Eisenhauer, 18, earlier
On Sunday, police arrested Natalie Keepers, 19, on one felony count of improper disposal of a dead body and one misdemeanor count of accessory after the fact. Keepers, a sophomore engineering student from Laurel, Md., helped Eisenhauer dispose of Nicole's body, Blacksburg police said in a statement.

Both students were being held without bail pending court hearings.

Jan 31 12:57

Turkish foreign minister: data on Russia’s alleged airspace violation referred to Moscow

Turkey’s Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said on Sunday all information about the alleged violation of Turkey’s airspace by a Russian fighter jet has been referred to Russia. Russia’s Defense Ministry on Saturday denied the claims by Turkey. Konashenkov said: "I am convinced that even Turkish air defense specialists know that radar stations controlling airspace may only register the altitude, course and speed of the object in the air. None of these radars is capable of establishing the type and state affiliation of the air object - Russia or the US-led so-called anti-ISIL coalition." He said this is only possible with the help of "direct visual contact from another aircraft, which did not take place." "Only illiterate propagandists who have watched many Hollywood action movies may speak seriously that the radars were used by someone to warn someone ‘in Russian and English’," Konashenkov said.

Jan 31 12:48

Warsaw refuses to prolong licenses for truck haulage between Poland, Russia

Poland has turned down Russia's proposal to prolong the 2015 licences for truck haulage between the two countries through to February 15, 2016, the press service of the Russian Transport Ministry said on Saturday. However, both Russian and Polish truckage companies will have an opportunity to return their trucks to the country of incorporation. "The Russian side proposed to prolong the 2015 licenses through to February 15, 2016, so as to avert the halting of cargo haulage but unfortunately the Polish officials turned this proposal down and agreed only to give the truckers from both countries, who will have entered the territory of either country before January 31, 2016, to return to the country of registration using the same licenses regardless of the type of haulage transit bilateral or into the territory of a third country," the report said.

Jan 31 12:45

In Colombia 20 thousand people fell ill with Zika

Among the diseased — 2,1 thousand pregnant women. It is reported on Sunday, January 31, TASS with reference to the Ministry of health of the South American country. "The presence of the virus was confirmed in 193 municipalities, of which 90 are located in the Central part of the country, and 40 on the Caribbean coast", — it is noted in the epidemiological Bulletin of the office. Currently, the Zika virus is present in 21 countries of the region.
According to the World health organization, from three to four million people in North and South America can get sick with Zika virus. The World health organization has created a special Department to combat the virus, which will be convened on Monday, 1 February, and will consider the scale of the threat of Zika for humanity. The results of this meeting can be declared an international state of emergency...

Jan 31 12:20

Wall Street celebrates mounting signs of US slump

On Friday, the Commerce Department released the latest in a series of economic reports pointing to a dramatic slowdown in the US economy, with vast global implications. The response of Wall Street was a euphoric surge on US markets, sending the Dow Jones industrial average up by nearly 400 points and leading every major stock index around the world to close sharply up for the day.