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June 15, 2015

Jun 15 14:09

Texas: I never thought there could be worst president than G. Bush but Obama proved me wrong (VIDEO)

I am a patriotic American, I love the United States and its people but we have fascist government now, I am working against our fascist government here - says an almost 55 y.o. man from Austin, Texas who now fights shoulder to shoulder with Donbass men.
Graham asks him about his relationships with his homecountry, about his previous job and background in general, about the family left back in America. He also asks Texas about his previous military experience here in Novorossia.
Just watch this conversation accompanied by shelling sounds not very far.

Jun 15 14:05

Neo-Nazis Receive Medals From Kiev After Being Condemned by US Congress

Robert Parry’s analysis — juxtaposed with the media whitewash of swastika-bedazzled fighters in Ukraine — is a must-read. We think the simple question he begins with is both thought provoking and deeply disturbing:
“When even the hawkish House of Representatives can’t stomach these Nazi storm troopers who have served as Kiev’s tip of the spear against the ethnic Russian population of eastern Ukraine, what does that say about the honesty and integrity of the New York Times when it finds these same Nazis so admirable?”
Or maybe even a more freaky question is: What does it say when Kiev awards medals to the neo-Nazis that even the U.S. Congress — not exactly the most morally upright body on earth — is too squeamish to associate with?

Jun 15 14:05

France's Dassault Offers Russia Tools to Build Own 'Mistral'

French software company and partner of Mistral maker DCNS, Dassault Systemes, said that it is ready to provide Russia's shipbuilding industry with 3D modeling tools.

France's 3D modeling company Dassault Systemes is ready to cooperate with Russia to build helicopter carriers similar to the Mistral, the company's vice-president Michel Tellier told RIA Novosti in an interview at the Paris Air Show, one of the world's largest aviation and defense industry expositions.

Jun 15 14:03

Putin's Ukraine Strategy Brilliantly Explained by Top Russian Politician (Video)

Among other things he says that Ukraine will attack Russia at the behest of the US if they are successful in subduing the rebellious East - so Russia has no choice but to support the rebels.

Jun 15 14:03

Former US Attorney General Files Brief in Lawsuit Challenging Legality of Iraq War

Sundus Saleh, an Iraqi single mother, is suing members of the George W. Bush administration for their role in the war in Iraq. Saleh has assembled an international team of lawyers, who are requesting the US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit hear her claim that the US-led Iraq war was illegal under laws formed from the Nuremberg trials in the wake of World War II.

"The invasion resulted in the total destruction of a beautiful, peaceful country," Saleh told Truthout. "The invasion didn't destroy only the country's infrastructure, buildings and heritage; it destroyed millions of families and their dreams."

Through her pro bono counsel, Comar Law in San Francisco, Saleh filed papers on May 27 urging the Ninth Circuit to review facts and statements made by high-ranking Bush administration officials - including former President George W. Bush, former Vice President Richard Cheney and former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld - during the lead-up to the Iraq war.

Jun 15 14:01

Sanctions Rebellion: Putin to Meet With Western Oil Executives

The chief executives of BP, Shell and Total are scheduled to hang out with Vladimir Putin later this week at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum.

Jun 15 14:01

'Saakashvili Go Home': Odessa Residents Rally Against New Governor

Odessa residents rallied on Sunday against the appointment of fugitive Georgian ex-president Mikheil Saakashvili as governor of the region.

Around 500 residents of Ukraine's Odessa rallied on Sunday against the newly appointed governor, fugitive Georgian ex-president Mikheil Saakashvili.

Saakashvili fled Georgia after the country's new president was elected in November 2013. Saakashvili was appointed as Odessa's governor on May 30, after a brief stint as an advisor to Ukraine's President Petro Poroshenko. In Georgia, he is accused of embezzling at least $5 million from the state for personal use.

Jun 15 13:49

Obama Bombs Libya

Attacking other nations directly or indirectly posing no threat to America is longstanding US policy. Obama is the latest in a long line of warrior US presidents. He exceeds the worst of his predecessors. He’s a war criminal multiple times over.

Jun 15 13:47

Russia presenting model of Luna-25 Moon exploration spacecraft at Le Bourget Air Show 2015

Russian space agency Roscosmos and United Rocket and Space Corporation (URSC) are taking part in Le Bourget Paris Air Show 2015 which opened on Monday.
The Roscosmos press service said that aerospace company NPO Lavochkin is presenting the model of Luna-25 spacecraft (from Luna-Glob project) which is planned to start Moon exploration in 2024, according to Federal Space Program for 2016-2025.
"It is worth noting that the spacecraft will for the first time land on the pole of the Earth’s satellite, while all other spacecraft previously landed on the Lunar equator," Roscosmos said.

Jun 15 13:46

Russian Emergencies Ministry opens Information Center in Geneva

Russian Emergencies Minister Vladimir Puchkov has opened on Monday the International Coordination and Information Center to protect the population and territories from natural and man-made emergency situations at the headquarters of the International Civil Defence Organization (ICDO).
"It’s a momentous event. The humanitarian activity coordination center set up with Russia’s support has been opened today here, at the ICDO headquarters. The center uses Russian technologies and crisis management equipment, including the Russian space monitoring systems. The Russian rescue technologies thus came to the very heart of Europe," the minister noted during the opening of the center.

Jun 15 13:44

Russian embassy asks to see two Russians detained for entering military base in Latvia

Russian embassy in Riga has asked to arrange a meeting with two Russian nationals arrested last week for entering a military base as Latvia was taking part in NATO military drills, a spokesman for the Russian diplomatic mission told TASS on Monday.
On June 12, Riga’s Vidzeme court ruled to arrest the two men, Andrei Popko and Alexander Kurkin. A criminal case was opened. Popko and Kurkin were charged with espionage and attempted terrorist attack committed by a group of persons by previous concert. The accusation carries a punishment of up to 20 year behind bars or a life sentence.

Jun 15 13:44

Why the Magna Carta anniversary celebrations will be missing two crucial paragraphs

Why have clauses 10 and 11 been airbrushed from history? These were the ones inserted in the original charter to protect widows and underage heirs specifically from Jewish moneylenders by restricting the recovery of debt out of the deceased debtor’s estate.

But they are nowhere to be found in the official Magna Carta Trust website nor the US National Archive website which instead features the text of the later — and much shorter — 1297 version. The two clauses in the original 1215 Great Charter are:

10. If one who has borrowed from the Jews any sum, great or small, die before that loan be repaid, the debt shall not bear interest while the heir is under age, of whomsoever he may hold; and if the debt fall into our hands, we will not take anything except the principal sum contained in the bond.

Jun 15 13:09

Ultra Wealthy Ignore Drought: “No, We’re Not All Equal When It Comes To Water”

In a worst-case scenario, the bigger fish will undoubtedly take from the smaller fish. Consider a situation where a national emergency is declared. Whatever the reason, imagine that access to fresh water, food, gasoline, electricity or other critical resources becomes limited.


Jun 15 13:05

Eurozone To Impose Capital Controls On Greece If No Deal By Weekend: German Press

Just as we hinted earlier when we reported that the ECB may use the "nuclear option" on Wednesday and yank Greek ELA, here comes German Suddeutsche Zeiting with a report that Eurozone countries have reached a Greek emergency plan (yay)... which calls for the imposition of capital controls on Greece if no deal is concluded by the weekend (oh no).

Jun 15 13:05

China Mocks G7 As "Gathering Of Debtors", Warns "Confrontation Will Be A Disaster For Europe"

Vladimir Putin didn’t get an invite to the Angela Merkel-hosted G7 Summit in Bavaria last week, which means the Russian President not only missed out on two days at the scenic Castle Elmau, but also on lederhosen shopping with US President Barack Obama who, judging from eyewitness accounts and a variety of amusing photo ops, channeled his inner Clark Griswold upon touching down in the Bavarian town of Krun. The G7 isn’t pleased with Russia’s ‘behavior’ in Eastern Europe and so, Moscow has been expelled from the cool kids club until such a time as the Kremlin agrees to uphold Western democratic values.

Jun 15 13:04

With Stocks 3% Off Record Highs, Investor Confidence Crashes To "Extreme Fear"

You know The Fed has suppressed vol too low for too long when stocks drop 3% from their all-time record-est highs and sentiment collapses into "Extreme Fear"...

Jun 15 13:03

Rebels shell Syria's Aleppo killing 10, wounding dozens

Syrian rebels shelled a government-held neighborhood Monday in the northern city of Aleppo killing at least 10 people and wounding dozens, state media and an activist group said.

State TV said the shelling hit the area of Rahman Mosque in contested Aleppo, Syria's largest city and former commercial center, killing 11 people and wounding more than 100, including 30 children.

Jun 15 13:00

Russia Condemns "Aggressive" US Weapons Deployment; Will Send Troops To Protect Border

Stationing heavy U.S. military equipment in the Baltic states and eastern Europe would amount to "the most aggressive step by the Pentagon and NATO" since the Cold War, Interfax news agency quoted a Russian Defense Ministry official as saying on Monday.

"Russia would be left with no other option but to boost its troops and forces on the western flank," General Yuri Yakubov was quoted as saying.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"Yeee-HAAA; we got the cold war back!!!" -- Official White Horse Souse

Jun 15 12:34

Israel’s behaviour will bankrupt it over time

Two recent reports suggest that Israel could face catastrophic consequences if it fails to end the mistreatment of Palestinians under its rule, whether in the occupied territories or in Israel itself.



Jun 15 12:26

Taxpayers Billed $128,781 for Michelle Obama to See Cultural Sites in Venice

Hotel costs for First Lady Michelle Obama to see cultural sites in Venice during the last leg of her trip overseas is costing taxpayers $128,781.

The First Lady left for London and Italy on Monday for her “Let Girls Learn” initiative and anti-obesity campaign Let’s Move. During the trip she will cook with children, visit U.S. service members stationed in Italy, and visit Prince Harry.

“From London, the First Lady will travel to Milan,” according to the White House press office. “As part of her Let’s Move! initiative, the First Lady will lead a Presidential Delegation to the Milan Expo 2015, representing our steadfast commitment to a healthier nation.”

Jun 15 12:25

Trojan Horse: The Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) Has Already Bought Off Washington

Although the House of Representatives voted down legislation to “fast-track” trade deals through Congress – it appears the TPP may have already secured its future with millions in donations made to US Senators since the start of the year…

Jun 15 12:15

Israelis Want Genocide Redefined

• Ultimate goal is unfettered annihilation of Lebanese and Palestinians.

For some folks, annihilating an entire people and other crimes against humanity are just fine—so long as they are the perpetrators and not the perpetrated upon. Our readers, on the other hand, being among those who are not sociopathic mass murderers, may be disturbed by the psychotic hubris of the racist, terrorist, genocidal, rogue nuclear state, Israel. While claiming exceptional status—and even another people’s land—because the entire world ostensibly detests them, and the Germans allegedly tried to eliminate them, the Zionists now have approached a new pinnacle of hatred by seeking to overturn international law prohibiting genocide and military attacks on civilian non-combatant populations—including laws those same Zionists helped to create.

Jun 15 12:15

The Derivatives Disaster

• Plutocrats push world to financial precipice yet again.

Money should be a medium of exchange only. The ancient Greeks understood this, as did the Christian world until the 16th century when usurers finally convinced pastors and potentates in the “Age of Exploration” that a “small amount” of interest on a loan was reasonable to offset risk of loss. But the trickle became a torrent and then a flood, as money became an “investment,” instead of merely the means of transacting business more efficiently.

Now, in the 21st century, the tidal wave of debt created by unscrupulous plutocrats for personal enrichment and the enslavement of the masses threatens to crush the world. Ironically, it may be today’s Greeks who become the catalyst of destruction when the current derivatives bubble bursts.

Jun 15 12:14

Mental Health Studies Rigged

• Government hides shocking truth: 500,000 deaths swept under the rug.

In a critically important study ignored by the talking head, corporate-controlled media, professor Peter C. Gøtzsche noted that antidepressant and antipsychotic medications in America and Europe are responsible for more than 500,000 deaths every year of those 65 years or older.

Gøtzsche, the research director at Denmark’s Nordic Cochrane Centre, has published numerous papers in prestigious medical journals and participated in a debate,” entitled “Does long term use of psychiatric drugs cause more harm than good?” where he argued “yes” to that question.

Jun 15 12:13

AUDIO INTERVIEW #6: Anderson Tossed from Bilderberg Hotel

AMERICAN FREE PRESS was the first news organization to regularly cover the now infamous Bilderberg meetings, the late James P. Tucker, Jr., famed ‘Bilderberg Hound,’ author of Jim Tucker’s Bilderberg Diary, spearheading the effort.

Now, Mark Anderson’s at “the scene of the crime,” as Jim was fond of saying, near Innsbruck, Austria. Mark discusses his fifth day in the field covering Bilderberg, which included lots of photos of the elite and getting thrown out of the Interalpen Hotel.

Dave Gahary spoke with Mark from his hotel room in Telfs, Austria, for this sixth update interview (10:30).

Jun 15 12:09

US Claims Iran Has Started Backing Taliban

After openly endorsing the 2001 NATO invasion that removed them from power and supporting the Karzai government in Afghanistan for years, US officials claim that Iran has quietly begun providing funding and even limited armaments to certain Taliban fighters.

Jun 15 12:09

King John Butchered Authors of Magna Carta

Few people recall that Pope Innocent speedily sought to annul the charter and formally absolved King John of any obligation to obey Magna Charta. English liberties received a boost from the death of King John less than a year after Runnymede.

Jun 15 12:08

Israel defends Gaza conflict as 'moral war'

Israel has claimed the Israel Defence Forces’ operation in Gaza last summer was a moral, defensive war conducted in accordance with international law.

The publication on Sunday of a report written in conjunction with Israeli government ministries was timed to occur days before the release of the findings of an investigation by the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) into possible war crimes by Israel and Hamas.

Jun 15 12:01

Rachel Dolezal's brother faces child sex assault charges in Colorado, source says

The brother of Rachel Dolezal, the embattled former NAACP chapter president in Washington , faces child sex assault charges in Colorado that could be linked to his sister's viral story.

Dolezal has been making headlines since last week when her parents said she is actually a white woman who for years has pretended to be black.

A source close to the sex assault case confirmed to The Denver Post on Monday that 39-year-old Joshua Dolezal, accused in Clear Creek County of four felony counts of child sex assault by one in a position of trust, is related to Rachel Dolezal.

Jun 15 12:00

81 Billion Reasons Your Money Is Not Safe in the Bank

The days of banks being trusted institutions to help protect your savings & retirement are over. First, it was the banks gambling on derivatives that blew up the global economy in 2008 and cost citizens trillions in savings & retirement. Then, it was the banks turning over customer accounts to the IRS & police for total seizure without due process of law. Next came reports that banks are abolishing our ability to use & store cash. And now comes a frightening report that banks have agreed to pay $81 BILLION in restitution & penalties for criminal & civil abuses against the public and their own customers. So more than ever, if you want real protection of your savings & retirement, you better move it out of the bank. Fast.

Jun 15 11:59

Officials: Israel to Seize Syria Border, Create Druze ‘Buffer Zone’

Israeli officials quoted in the nation’s popular online site Walla News reported they are engaged in talks with the International Red Cross and “various countries” about a plan to seize part of the Syrian border and establish a “humanitarian buffer zone” for the nation’s Druze minority.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Israel could care less about the Druze. This is just an excuse for Israel to annex more of Syria!

Jun 15 11:41

American air force bombs Iraqi Army

And again the US has bombed an Iraqi military post together with its gas station. The third time this month.

Jun 15 11:39

The Monsanto Protection Act Is BACK!…

Congressman Pompeo has just released a dangerous new amendment to the DARK Act that would preempt any state or county laws regulating genetically engineered (GE) crops in any way.

Jun 15 11:38

Police shoot middle school kids during 'TEMS' active shooter drills with EMS and firefighters

Each year the Florida Escambia County Sheriff's Office training division, domestic security division, resource officers, Explorers program, Escambia County fire and EMS, along with the school district run active shooter training scenario's.

Nothing says Police State America like the "Law Enforcement Explorers Club or Post"? Doesn't your kid look cute in SWAT tactical gear learning how to drive a tank? What parent wouldn't want their kid to be brainwashed by police?

Jun 15 11:28

World's elite buying remote hideouts to flee impending social unrest

Webmaster addition: World's poor buying cement to seal them inside! :)

Jun 15 11:12

Israeli Special Units Brutally Attack Sick Prisoner

Israeli soldiers from the Nahshon special unit Sunday severely assaulted a sick Palestinian prisoner, while he was being transferred to hospital to undergo medical examination.

Prisoner Mohammed Abd Rabo, 29, told a Palestinian Prisoner’s Club (PPC) lawyer, who visited him in the Israeli Nafha jail following the assault, that around 20 soldiers from Nahshon unit severally assualted him for asking them to untie his hands and feet during his transfer to Soroka Medical Center, in Israel, for medical examination.

He said that soldiers brutally attacked him and threw him on the floor before sending him back to jail without taking him to hospital.

Abd Rabo, who was sentenced to 16 years in jail, suffers from what he described as unbearable pain due to chronic stomach pain and vomiting. He said that the Israeli prison administration only provides him with over the counter pain killers.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

But reading the UN report on the last Israeli incursion into Gaza is, according to Israel's Prime Minister Netanyahu, a "waste of time"?!?

Apparently, in Netnayahu's mind, torture and serial genocide against Palestinians is "normal", so the world should just get used to it!!

Jun 15 11:09

Bernie Sanders Is Building an Army to Take D.C.

Bernie Sanders is mad as hell and he’s not going to take it anymore. That’s why he's running for president. He’s filled with righteous anger about a lot of things, and lots of people agree with him. Close to a thousand people turned out to see him in New Hampshire; 750 in Iowa, one of the largest crowds for any of the candidates. He’s “bulking up” now in terms of his campaign staff and he’s doing pretty well fundraising, too: With 200,000 contributors at 40 bucks a piece, that's $8 million dollars.

Jun 15 11:09

Parents Charged with 'Neglect' After 11-Year-Old Plays in Yard for 90 Minutes

Two Florida parents were hit with felony neglect charges after their 11-year-old son was reportedly playing alone in the backyard for an hour and a half.
According to his mother, the boy arrived home before his parents and was locked out of the house, so he shot some hoops in the yard until they arrived.

Jun 15 11:01

John Oliver and Helen Mirren destroy Americans’ fairy-tale belief in torture with horrifying children’s tales

On HBO’s Last Week Tonight, host John Oliver took up the unpleasant, and unfortunately mostly ignored, topic of torture in America done under the auspices of the CIA.

Noting that the Senate Intelligence Committee released a 6,700-page investigation of torture, with a 500-page version available to the public, Oliver sought to explain that Americans need to read the available version because they have been “dangerously misinformed” about torture.

With a CBS poll showing the 69 percent of Americans believing that waterboarding is torture and 57 percent believing “aggressive” interrogation techniques help stop terrorist attacks, Oliver set out to point out that not only doesn’t torture work — it may make a comeback since it is only restricted by executive order, which can be tossed out by the next president.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

When the US government tortures, or outsources torture, the following happens.

1. The world understands that those values of human decency, democracy, and human rights are only words, and not respected values by this country's government.
2. That every US politician who uses these words, and then backs torture, is a hypocrite of the highest order.
3. The use of torture by the US gives carte blanche to any world leader who doesn't much like us to do the same to American citizens or American military.

Please chew on this last one for awhile, particularly if you have friends or family serving in the US military.

Jun 15 10:54


Thousands of Nicaraguans have held a protest against the planned construction of a canal linking the Atlantic and Pacific oceans.

The $50bn (£32bn) scheme, being built by a Chinese firm, will be longer, deeper and wider than the Panama Canal.

But the demonstrators fear it will have huge environmental costs and force thousands off their land.

Nicaragua's government says the canal will bring vital investment to one of Central America's poorest countries.

Some among the protesters, who were mostly farmers, accused President Daniel Ortega of selling Nicaragua to the Chinese.

Initial site work began last December, with completion due in five years.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

It's all about the money; the politicians in Nicaragua give little or no care to the situations of Nicaraguans this is going to hurt than do the political leadership in the US does about what TTP will do to ordinary American citizens, should it actually get passed.

Jun 15 10:53

LITTLEJOHN: If this is a family, I'm a Nigerian lesbian and no-one can argue with me

Are you sitting comfortably? Then I’ll begin. From yesterday’s Daily Mail : ‘A transsexual man went to court for the right to contact the child of his former lesbian partner.

Jun 15 10:51

Lost comet lander awakes, sends 'hello' from space

At 10:28 p.m., the European Space Agency's operations center in Darmstadt, Germany, just south of Frankfurt, received a signal from Philae, which transmitted more than 300 data packets. Those have been analyzed at the Lander Control Center at the German Aerospace Center, which dubbed Philae's emergence from its seven-month slumber a "'hello' from space."

Jun 15 10:49


Russian oil major Rosneft and BP are close to signing a $700 million deal for BP to acquire a 20 percent stake in the Taas-Yuriakh Siberian oilfield, reports the FT. The deal could be announced this week at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum.

The introduction of EU sanctions against Russia hasn’t scared off the largest European companies, working in the fuel and energy sector, according to the Financial Times.

Besides BP, Italy’s Eni and Norway’s Statoil have already received governmental approval to continue working on joint projects with Rosneft. Shell continues to work with Gazprom Neft over the Salym project in the Siberian Khanty-Mansiysk area and is seeking Dutch government approval for other joint ventures.

The news comes as the G7 claimed they are ready to extend sanctions last week. The announcement was also made just days prior to the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum, dubbed the ‘Russian Davos’.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I love the smell of financial irony in the morning!!

Jun 15 10:46


The Explorers program, a coeducational affiliate of the Boy Scouts of America that began 60 years ago, is training thousands of young people in skills used to confront terrorism, illegal immigration and escalating border violence — an intense ratcheting up of one of the group’s longtime missions to prepare youths for more traditional jobs as police officers and firefighters. (Germany had the Hitler Youth program, which bears a striking resemblance to the "explorer program")

The Explorer training, which leaders say is not intended to be applied outside the simulated Explorer setting, can involve chasing down illegal border crossers as well as more dangerous situations that include facing down terrorists and taking out “active shooters.” In a simulation here of a raid on marijuana field, several Explorers were instructed on how to quiet an obstreperous lookout.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

If I had kids, I would never have allowed them to go to a school where such a practice was normal.

Jun 15 10:45

Clinton hawks pricey merchandise at Roosevelt Island event

She is campaiging as a champion for the poor and for equality of women but sells $30 wife-beaters and t-shirts. The crowd was mostly white liberals. She still doesn't have the women vote. Nothing but classic Clinton on display here. She is like a bad rash that you cannot get rid of and it keeps itching you until you scratch yourself till you bleed. Knowing the Clintons, they arranged for EBT cards to be used at their events.

Jun 15 10:44

Rapist granted Obama amnesty: DHS whistleblowers tell lawmakers

A criminal alien convicted of raping a minor was allowed to be released thanks to President Barack Obama’s unilateral action known as the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, according to Department of Homeland Security whistleblowers who contacted the Senate Judiciary Committee last week. As a result, on Thursday Sen.Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, the committee chairman, began demanding answers from the Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson regarding the allegation that a convicted rapist is now free to roam the United States.

Jun 15 10:40

School to Jail Pipeline for Disabled Kids?

Albuquerque police jailed a middle school special ed student twice because they thought it better to jail disabled kids to than leave them in school, the teenager claims in court.
Sidney Summers, now 18, sued the Albuquerque Police Department and Sgt. Michael Archibeque in Bernalillo County Court, citing two incidents from 2009, when Summers was 12 years old.
Summers claims his arrests and jailings exemplified a culture of discrimination against special education students under Archibeque, who supervised Albuquerque's school resource officers at the time. Archibeque is the only individual defendant.
In his June 10 lawsuit, Summers says he was arrested for childhood temper outbursts in which no one was injured.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This is so wrong, on so many levels, that I hardly know where to start.

I have personally worked with special needs kids at a private facility, and know firsthand that nothing reaches these children like love, kindness, and structure. Jailing special needs kids sends absolutely the wrong message, as does not dealing with kids who torment kids like this, and think it is perfectly fine.

This is a really lousy policy on the part of the Albuquerque police, and needs to be changed, STAT!!

Jun 15 10:40

Jews, Communists and Genocidal Hate in “Whiteness Studies”

As a general rule, you can be fairly certain that any academic discipline that contains the word ‘studies’ within its title can be immediately dismissed on an intellectual level as involving very little studying and a great deal of leftist indoctrination. The relatively new discipline of ‘Whiteness Studies,’ however, is vastly more toxic than the average contemporary effusions of the bloated academic corpus.

Jun 15 10:36

Truvia's Sweet Scam: Highly Processed, GMO, and Contains Hardly Any Stevia

If you’re one of the people who was excited when the “natural” sweetener that was allegedly made from the stevia plant became more commonly available, I’m afraid I have some bad news for you.

All of that hype about the “new” zero-calorie Truvia? All the talk about how natural it is? That’s just not true.

Incidentally, while the FDA has approved this bastardization of stevia, the actual leaf, where the active chemicals are found, is banned from sale as a food additive or sweetener and my only be sold as an “herbal supplement.”

Jun 15 10:28

Sean Hannity Ive Never Heard of the Bilderberg Group

Jun 15 10:19

CIA torture appears to have broken spy agency rule on human experimentation

CIA director George Tenet approved abusive interrogation techniques, including waterboarding, designed by CIA contractor psychologists. He further instructed the agency’s health personnel to oversee the brutal interrogations – the beginning of years of controversy, still ongoing, about US torture as a violation of medical ethics.

But the revelation of the guidelines has prompted critics of CIA torture to question how the agency could have ever implemented what it calls “enhanced interrogation techniques” – despite apparently having rules against “research on human subjects” without their informed consent.

Jun 15 10:18

Treasury Reveals What JPMorgan Was Really Doing With London Whale Trades

The U.S. Treasury’s Office of Financial Research (OFR), the body created under the Dodd-Frank financial reform legislation to make sure another 2008 epic crash never happened again, quietly released a report last week which not only suggests another 2008-style crash is possible but that regulators will likely be blindsided again.

The report, written by Jill Cetina, John McDonough, and Sriram Rajan, reveals that the big Wall Street banks are ginning up their capital measures by engaging in opaque and potentially dangerous “capital relief trades.”

Jun 15 10:17

State of Palestine: Israeli forces run over youth after shooting him in the back *GRAPHIC*

Israeli forces shot a 22-year-old, Abdullah Ganaim, in the back before running him over in a security vehicle during an early morning raid at 2:00 am local time (23:00 GMT), on the village of Kafr Malik, Sunday.


Jun 15 10:14

“The Terrorist Imaginary”: Australia’s Tony Abbott and the ISIS Phenomenon

The terrorist imaginary necessarily requires mutual enforcement. It begins with the idea of a red under the bed, or the monster in the woods. The work for such a monster is essentially done by the fantasist victim, the individual who fears what he or she might become. For those anticipating the next terrorist attack, praise and aggrandisement of the perpetrator’s potential is exactly what is sought. Call them vicious, call them ambitious, and they have notched a few more points on the ideological scoreboard.


Jun 15 10:08

College student who put noose around statue's neck pleads guilty, will serve one year in federal prison

Aside from the rope, Harris was accused of draping a "Confederate battle flag" over the statue. In March, he was "indicted by a federal grand jury on one count of conspiracy to violate civil rights and one count of using a threat of force to intimidate African American students because of their race or color."

Jun 15 10:06

2014 Gaza offensive was ‘unfortunate yet lawful’ – Israel ahead of UN probe results

Israel has released a report that argues Operation Protective Edge against Hamas Gaza during the summer of 2014 was lawful, a move aimed at pre-empting the findings of the UN war crimes investigation into the war, which is due to be released this week.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Israel is in the same mindset as Hillary; thinking like lawyers to evade their crimes. But ordinary people are not lawyers, and politics is perception!

Jun 15 10:05

‘Get rid of the US political influence, IMF dictate’ - Bolivia’s leader Evo Morales to EU

European countries should free themselves from US political dominance and the dictates of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Bolivian President Evo Morales told RT.

In his interview with RT’s Spanish-language channel in Brussels, Morales said he is “very sorry that, instead of freeing themselves from the shackles of the North American Empire, some countries continue to live in its submission.”

Jun 15 10:03

Bipartisan Agreement: Foreign Governments Pay Former Senate Leaders to Sell TPP

While liberal organizations and members of Congress deride the TPP as the biggest boondoggle since NAFTA and President Obama defends it as “the most progressive trade treaty ever,” the influence peddlers who populate K Street see opportunity.

Policy makers aren’t simply facing a lobbying barrage from the typical slate of domestic interest groups. Foreign governments are running sophisticated operations to influence Congress and gather intelligence in Washington as the negotiations proceed.

Jun 15 10:02

Iraq Body Count: undercounting death with pro-war cash

An official funding document confirms that the Iraq Body Count (IBC), a widely-respected ‘independent’ antiwar group monitoring Iraq War casualties since its inception in 2003, has received core funding from government agencies complicit in the Iraq War, since 2009. A close review of evidence in the public record also reveals that in 2006, the Pentagon used IBC’s data to legitimise US violence under the military occupation of Iraq.



Jun 15 09:51

Some UK schools are using 'anti-radicalization software' to spy on kids, because terrorism

A child is never too young to start on the path toward violent jihad — at least according to the logic of Britain's Counter-Terrorism and Security Act of 2015. Luckily, there's an app for that.

UK schools have an important role to play under the new law, which will start being enforced on July 1. In the language of the act, headmasters, teachers, and other staff must "have due regard to the need to prevent people from being drawn into terrorism." I

Jun 15 09:50


Do you wonder why Benjamin Netanyahu is declaring war on BDS (Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions), and Sheldon Adelson and Haim Saban are holding a secret Las Vegas conference to fight it, and Yair Lapid is saying that the people behind BDS plotted 9/11, and Ari Shavit is calling the movement “evil and sophisticated”?

Jun 15 09:48


Government-sanctioned report is released as ‘pre-emptive strike’ ahead of international UN report due to come out this month; authors say report provides evidence to justify Israel’s decision to launch war in Gaza based on international law.

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Jun 15 09:43

Alabama child services abducts autistic boys damaged by MMR vaccine; starves, forcibly drugs them in foster care

The cries of the innocent who seek justice in today's America are reaching a piercing crescendo. Case after case of unwarranted medical child abduction portends a ruthless totalitarian future for every single parent trying to raise children in this country -- this, as a result of growing oppression from a hostile police state that sees nothing wrong with ripping children away from their parents for no legitimate reason and throwing them into the foster system.

Such a harrowing scenario is exemplified in the ongoing case of Arnold and Alan Cullins, a pair of autistic boys from Alabama who were recently abducted from their birth mother without cause. Alabama's Department of Human Resources (DHR), commonly known in other states as Child Protective Services (CPS), literally snatched the two brothers away from their mother not long after she was admitted to a hospital with cardiac issues, and is now holding them captive.

Jun 15 09:42

German daily says IMF 'torpedoed' European Commission proposal on Greece debt

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has “torpedoed” a recent bailout deal proposed by the European Commission to Greece which was made in an attempt to avoid a potential default by the cash-strapped country, a report says.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

But the IMF will go on funding Kiev's wars even though Kiev cannot repay any of the money it currently owes!

Jun 15 09:41

Tel Aviv moves to block release of UN report on Israeli war crimes

Tel Aviv seeks to prevent the release of the findings of a UN investigation into Israeli war crimes against Palestinians in Gaza, with the prime minister of the regime labeling such a move as a “waste of time.”

Addressing Israeli ministers on Sunday, Benjamin Netanyahu claimed that “whoever wants a baseless automatic accusation against Israel can waste their time reading the UN report.”

Jun 15 09:41

Israel’s UN Mission Accused of Deceiving NY Member States

An official at one of the permanent missions for a European country told Days of Palestine that the Israeli mission had circulated misleading information about its human rights record in occupied Palestine.

“We received emails from the Israeli mission, including direct instructions, which is against our sovereignty as a state, not to believe the recent Human Rights Watch report and rely only on two organisations they recommended,” the official said.

“When we googled these NGOs, we knew that they were Israelis,” the official, who preferred to keep the name of his Western-European country unknown, added.

He further criticised the Israeli behaviour at the UN, which is often supported by the United States. “We are disgusted in some of the European countries about what Israel and the US are doing,” he said, “It is rather shameful that Israel attempts to mislead us.”

Jun 15 09:40

Labour peer Lord Janner accused of child sex abuse wrote to Michael Jackson congratulating him on being cleared of molesting a child

Suspected paedophile Lord Janner wrote to Michael Jackson congratulating him on being cleared of child sex charges, it emerged yesterday.

The Labour peer, who has avoided prosecution over 22 child abuse allegations, sent the letter shortly after the singer was cleared by an American jury of molesting a 13-year-old cancer survivor.

Using personalised House of Lords paper, he wrote: ‘I was so very pleased at the news of your acquittal. What a terrible time you have endured.’

Jun 15 09:31

‘Inventing new dragon to slay’: Clinton’s archaic campaign tactics slammed by Russian FM spokesperson

Hillary Clinton is running for US president on promises to protect Americans from “traditional threats” like Russia and a “rising” China, which Russia’s FM spokeswoman described as coming directly from populist pamphlets of the last century.

Jun 15 09:30

Russia secures military deal to use Cyprus' ports despite EU concerns

Russian navy ships will keep having access to stop off at Cyprus' ports in Mediterranean as the two countries have agreed to prolong the pre-existing deal on military cooperation.

The agreement, which applies to Russian vessels involved in counter-terrorism and anti-piracy efforts, was signed by President Vladimir Putin and his Cypriot counterpart, Nicos Anastasiades, in Moscow.

Jun 15 09:26

Hidden Dispensary Raid Video Shows Cops Eating Pot-Laced Baked Goods, Joking About Assaulting Amputee

The footage shows that eight officers had masks on and their guns drawn when they entered Sky High Holistic, shouting “everybody on the ground” to customers and workers. After clearing the building of everyone present, the police began to remove the store’s mounted surveillance cameras, though they did not get the ones hidden by the owners when they heard about the upcoming raid.

Marla James, the amputee seen in the footage, intends to sue the city for allegations of police misconduct. Her reasons stem from a part of the video showing that as soon as she left the building, the cops started to crack jokes about her condition. One cop even said, “I was about to kick her in her f—ing nub.”

“They intimidated me. They threatened me,” James said, who is considered legally blind. “What they did, it was like shooting fish in a barrel.”

Jun 15 09:25

US conducts ‘counter-terrorism’ airstrike in Libya, unsure of result

The Pentagon has announced it conducted an airstrike in Libya targeting an Al-Qaeda-associated militant, but could not be completely sure that it succeeded.

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"We are pretty sure we bombed something!" -- Official White Horse Souse

Jun 15 09:23

Texas “Pulls” $ One Billion in God Bars from Fed Depository as Economic Twin Towers Collapse

Texas Governor Greg Abbott has signed a bill (HB 483) into law on Friday, June 12, that will allow Texas to build a gold and silver bullion depository. In addition, Texas will repatriate their $1 billion worth of bullion from the Federal Reserve in New York to the new facility once completed.

The writing is on the wall – institutions are losing faith and trust – and are transitioning or converting into ‘physical’ ‘real’ money, before it’s too late…

Jun 15 09:22

Clinton Campaign Manager Denies that Polls Show Voters Don’t Trust Hillary

The Hillary Clinton campaign took a bit of a bizarre turn on Sunday when her campaign manager, Robby Mook, went on national television and denied the existence of polls showing that voters don’t trust her.

Face the Nation host John Dickerson asked Mook how Clinton overcomes the trust issue, which Democratic strategists and Clinton supporters see as her biggest issue in light of those polls.

“Well, first of all, no poll shows that voters don’t trust Hillary Clinton,” Mook said. “No poll says that.”

Jun 15 09:22

Do you trust Hillary Clinton

1% (15 votes)
99% (1114 votes)
Total votes: 1129
Jun 15 09:19

Congress and Israel Aim to Sabotage Iran Nuclear Deal

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We already knew that.

Jun 15 09:17

Ukraine to Get New IMF Loans Despite Inability to Repay Private Lenders and Another Country Falls into Permanent Debt to Loan Sharks.

Like the United States, all of Europe and most of the world.
In spite the grievous state of the Ukrainian economy, the IMF said it will continue to lend money (backed by what? The paper it’s printed on) to Ukraine, so Kiev can complete economic restructuring
Despite Keynesian economic theory that you can borrow your way out of debt, you can’t.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The United States, all of Europe and the IMF will continue to lend money to Ukraine, so Kiev can wage war on their own people and provoke a confrontation with Russia.

(And don't you wish you could get the same deal from your credit card companies!)

Jun 15 09:07

American empire imploding both at home & abroad

For all the massive destructive power in its arsenal, the Vietnamese had exposed US imperialism as a giant with feet of clay. The name given to this period of hard power retreat was the ‘Vietnam syndrome’ and lasted from 1975 to 1991, when the US and an international coalition embarked on the First Gulf War to force Iraqi troops out of Kuwait.

We are witnessing a similar period of US imperial decline now with regard to Washington’s inability to stage large-scale military operations. It arrived as a consequence of the failed occupations of Afghanistan and Iraq, both of which achieved nothing except the eruption of terrorism and extremism across the region, and by extension the world.

Jun 15 09:04

Is Deutsche Bank The Next Lehman?

Looking back at the Lehman Brothers collapse of 2008, it’s amazing how quickly it all happened. In hindsight there were a few early-warning signs, but the true scale of the disaster publicly unfolded only in the final moments before it became apparent that Lehman was doomed.


If Deutsche Bank is the next Lehman, we will not know until events are moving at an uncontrollable and accelerating speed. The nature of all fractional-reserve banks — who are by definition bankrupt at all times – is to project an aura of stability until that illusion has already begun to implode.

Jun 15 09:02

Dershowitz spills the beans: Supreme Court’s Jerusalem case impact on Iran deal

Alan Dershowitz has been giving a few interviews this week lambasting Mondays’ Supreme Court decision overturning an unconstitutional 2002 law on Jerusalem. Predictably, he doesn’t like it. According to Dershowitz, the ruling is not only “silly” and “utterly unnecessary“–it’s also “dangerous to the world”.

Why? because Dershowitz thinks it gives too much power to the President over Congress regarding the Iran deal. He’s wrong but it’s interesting for what it revealed about the intentions of the parties pushing the case.

During an interview broadcast last night on an Israeli TV station he spilled the beans.

Jun 15 09:01

Lindsey Graham: Military leaders ‘need to be fired’ if they don’t support my plan for war in Iraq

Republican presidential candidate Lindsey Graham suggested over the weekend that he would fire military leaders who did not support his plan to send 10,000 troops back to Iraq.

The Washington Post reported on Saturday that military officials had cautioned President Barack Obama against sending combat troops to fight the radical Islamic group ISIS in Iraq.

Jun 15 09:00

US archbishop resigns after archdiocese charged with coverup

Pope Francis has started making good on his promise to not let even the most senior churchmen get away with sex abuse or cover-up.

On Monday, he accepted the resignation of the embattled archbishop of St. Paul and Minneapolis and his deputy bishop after prosecutors there charged the archdiocese with having failed to protect children from unspeakable harm from a pedophile priest who was later convicted of molesting two boys.

Jun 15 08:57

Why are journalists surprised that Israel kills children?

There was nothing surprising about Israel finding itself not culpable for the killing of four boys on a Gaza beach in July last year, as it did in a military judgment released a few days ago.

Israel’s investigations into its own crimes aren’t known for delivering guilty verdicts.

Jun 15 08:52

WikiLeaks cables reveal secret Nato plans to defend Baltics from Russia

Washington and its western allies have for the first time since the end of the cold war drawn up classified military plans to defend the most vulnerable parts of eastern Europe against Russian threats, according to confidential US diplomatic cables.

The US state department ordered an information blackout when the decision was taken earlier this year. Since January the blueprint has been refined.

Jun 15 08:52

Digital Magna Carta 'Top 10' clauses revealed

  • The Web we want will not let companies pay to control it, and not let governments restrict our right to information
  • The Web we want will allow freedom of speech
  • The Web we want will be free from government censors in all countries
  • The Web we want will not allow any kind of government censorship
  • The Web we want will be available for all those who wish to use it
  • The Web we want will be free from censorship and mass surveillance
  • The Web we want will allow equal access to knowledge, information and current news worldwide
  • The Web we want will have freedom of speech
  • The Web we want will not be censored by the government
  • The Web we want will not sell our personal information and preferences for money, and will make it clearer if the company/Website intends to do so
  • Jun 15 08:35

    Press TV-Gilad Atzmon on Steven Salaita, University of Illinois and Jewish Power

    A leading academic group has slammed the University of Illinois for refusing to employ a professor over his anti-Israel tweets.
    The American Association of University Professors says the decision to withdraw Steven Salaita’s job offer is against the principle of academic freedom. Salaita lost the opportunity over his Twitter posts which exposed Israel’s atrocities in the Gaza Strip. The group has described Salaita’s tweets as expressions of outrage in strong language over the war in Gaza. The University’s chancellor has reacted to the censure, saying it will have repercussions and will be taken seriously.

    Jun 15 08:34

    Unarmed palestinian getting provoked, insulted and beaten up by 7 Israeli soldiers!

    Jun 15 08:32

    Plans To Hijack the UK General Election 2015

    In line with our above stated vision, this campaign aims to force the UK government to abandon its unnecessary and harmful austerity programs. To force the government to abandon its austerity programs we need to reduce their power and increase the power of the people. That is what this campaign is designed to do.

    Webmaster's Commentary: 

    "You cannot hijack the British elections! That's MY job!" -- Number 9 3/4

    Jun 15 08:30

    US and Israel Bar Palestinian Filmmaker From NYC Film Premiere About Intifada Cows

    The annual Human Rights Watch International Film Festival is underway here in New York City, but one of its featured directors won’t be able to attend his film’s US premiere this weekend. That’s because Israel recently deemed Palestinian filmmaker Amer Shomali a "security threat" and prevented him from traveling to Jerusalem to obtain a US visa. Then he went to Amman, Jordan, where the US approved a visa but said their visa machine was broken. Shomali had previously attended half a dozen European festivals without incident, and his film has drawn international acclaim.

    Webmaster's Commentary: 

    Apparently it is a First Amendment right to Freedom of Speech to allow Pamela Geller to insult Muslims all day long, but this man is not allowed to enter US to attend showing of his film in NYC.

    Jun 15 08:26

    Consumers Not Following Orders

    Last week the government reported personal income and spending for April. After months of blaming non-existent consumer spending on cold weather, shockingly occurring during the Winter, the captured mainstream media pundits, Ivy League educated Wall Street economist lackeys, and Keynesian loving money printers at the Fed have run out of propaganda to explain why Americans are not spending money they don’t have. The corporate mainstream media is now visibly angry with the American people for not doing what the Ivy League propagated Keynesian academic models say they should be doing.

    Jun 15 08:22

    Colorado Supreme Court affirms lower court rulings on medical pot

    The Colorado Supreme Court this morning affirmed lower courts' rulings that businesses do not have to tolerate employees' off-the-clock use of medical marijuana.

    Jun 15 08:21

    NJ court rules for nurse in vaccine-refusal firing

    A nurse was unfairly denied unemployment benefits after she was fired for refusing a flu shot without claiming a religious or medical exemption, a New Jersey appeals court ruled Thursday.

    The three-judge panel wrote that the hospital's policy of allowing religious or medical exemptions to the flu shot requirement "unconstitutionally discriminated against" plaintiff June Valent by rejecting her refusal to be vaccinated for secular reasons.

    Valent was working as a nurse at Hackettstown Community Hospital in 2010 when the hospital's parent company began requiring employees to take the flu vaccine unless they had medical or religious reasons not to. Employees claiming an exemption were required to sign a form and provide documentation. Anyone refusing the vaccine was required to wear a mask while at work.

    Jun 15 08:19

    Washington revolving door speeds up as Obama officials head for lobbying jobs

    As the 2016 election looms, the former White House press secretary Jay Carney has joined the corporate exodus, despite the president’s stated policy

    Jun 15 08:18

    Five reasons the MI6 story is a lie

    4) This anti Snowden non-story – even the Sunday Times admits there is no evidence anybody has been harmed – is timed precisely to coincide with the government’s new Snooper’s Charter act, enabling the security services to access all our internet activity. Remember that GCHQ already has an archive of 800,000 perfectly innocent British people engaged in sex chats online.

    5) The paper publishing the story is owned by Rupert Murdoch. It is sourced to the people who brought you the dossier on Iraqi Weapons of Mass Destruction, every single “fact” in which proved to be a fabrication. Why would you believe the liars now?

    There you have five reasons the story is a lie.

    Jun 15 08:14

    CIA torture appears to have broken spy agency rule on human experimentation

    Watchdogs shocked at ‘disconnect’ between doctors who oversaw interrogation and guidelines that gave CIA director power over medical ethics

    Jun 15 08:12

    For Terrorist Fearmongers, It’s Always the Scariest Time Ever

    This morning, Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein, demanding passage of the USA Freedom Act, said something quite similar: “I have never seen a time of greater potential danger than right now.” After issuing her scary warning, Feinstein claimed: “I’ve never said that before.” That’s very strange, in light of this 2013 headline following a joint appearance she made with GOP Rep. Mike Rogers on CNN:

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    Jun 15 08:11

    Belgian privacy watchdog sues Facebook

    Belgium's national privacy watchdog is taking US internet company Facebook to court, arguing that the way the social network website tracks the behaviour of both members and non-members is illegal under Belgian and European law.
    “Facebook's behaviour is unacceptable”, Willem Debeuckelaere, president of Belgium's Commission for the protection of privacy, said.

    It is the first time a national privacy watchdog in Europe sues Facebook for not complying to privacy law.

    Jun 15 08:10

    Dude, where's my Humvee? Islamic State capturing Iraqi equipment at alarming rate

    Iraqi security forces lost 2,300 Humvee armored vehicles when Islamic State overran the northern city of Mosul in June 2014, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said on Sunday in an interview with Iraqiya state television. Coupled with previous losses of American weapons, the conclusion is simple: The United States is effectively supplying Islamic State with tools of war the militant group cannot otherwise hope to acquire from its patrons.

    In addition to the Humvees, Iraqi forces previously abandoned significant types and numbers of heavy weapons to Islamic State. For example, losses to Islamic State include at least 40 M1A1 main battle tanks, as well as small arms and ammunition, including 74,000 machine guns, and as many as 52 M198 howitzer mobile gun systems.

    "We lost a lot of weapons," Abadi admitted.

    Jun 15 08:09

    Questions about arms deals for Clinton Foundation donors

    Among all the rivers of money that have flowed to the Clinton family, one seems to raise the biggest national security questions of all: the stream of cash that came from 20 foreign governments who relied on weapons export approvals from Hillary Rodham Clinton’s State Department.

    Jun 15 08:04

    University of Waterloo offers Beyonce course

    Starting this fall, students at the University of Waterloo can take an entire course on the mega superstar, analyzing videos from her fifth and most recent album, simply titled "Beyonce."

    Drama professor Naila Keleta-Mae says she based the course, called Gender and Performance, on that album because it's the first time Bey explicitly aligns herself with feminism.

    Webmaster's Commentary: 

    Feminist "professor" creates a course to study Beyonce. How does that stop the objectification of women as sex objects?!?

    Jun 15 08:01

    Her Majesty's Other Secret Service

    Eve Martin, the English woman who told me her family in Sheffield are mercenaries who do assassinations on contract for the U.K. government, claimed her uncles could gain access to official records such as birth and death records, and alter them. That capability would indicate some high-level contacts and influence with the Home Office such as only a National Security agency would be likely to have.

    I was quite intially skeptical of that claim, but there is some evidence to support it from the official death records of the Home Office.

    Jun 15 07:20

    Trade treaties, mega-corporations, and worldwide socialism

    By Jon Rappoport

    I use the loaded word “socialism” in the headline, because it’s important to understand that Globalism is a form of socialism.

    That may not sit well with some people, because they believe in the socialism team and they think that team is against Globalism. Nothing could be further from the truth. It’s about time they woke up.

    Globalism was born out of the triumphs of cutthroat capitalists like Rockefeller, and out of the triumphs of international bankers like Rothschild and Warburg. These men made a decision quite natural for them...

    Jun 15 06:41

    AMA Shoots at "Quacks" Like Oz Again: Fulfills Original Goal

    The American Medical Association (AMA) has, for over one hundred years, trained the American public to only trust their licensed medical doctors.

    But what happens when one of them charismatically fulfills the hungry consumer market for health information? He must be stopped!

    If you knew the true origins of the AMA, you could point and laugh at the naked emperor instead of joining the propagandists at throwing stones at a TV show that might sadly be the only real nutritional advice most Americans get.

    Jun 15 06:38


    Origami, the Japanese art of paper folding, can be used to create beautiful birds, frogs and other small sculptures. Now a Binghamton University engineer says the technique can be applied to building batteries, too. Seokheun “Sean” Choi developed an inexpensive, bacteria-powered battery made from paper, he writes in the July edition of the journal Nano Energy.

    Jun 15 06:34


    James Boulware launched an assault with explosives and automatic weapons against the Dallas police department just after midnight on Friday. Hours later he was killed by a police sniper. Boulware was in an armored van that he purchased the week before in Newnan, Georgia. He planted pipe bombs around the police station and had more inside his van.

    Jun 15 06:31


    Germany’s EU commissioner said on Monday it was time to prepare for a “state of emergency” after talks collapsed at the weekend to rescue Greece from default and ejection from the euro.

    Jun 15 06:17


    Overuse of antibiotics involves more than just doctors overprescribing them or farmers giving them to their livestock. It also goes to the source itself—pharmaceutical companies—and the waste they dump into the environment. A new report (pdf) from the consumer advocacy group SumOfUs cites several examples of drug manufacturers contributing to the presence of antibiotics in the food chain, which has led to the rise of drug-resistant superbugs.

    Jun 15 06:16


    When a retired 51-year-old military man disclosed in a U.S. security clearance application that he had a 20-year affair with his former college roommate's wife, it was supposed to remain a secret between him and the government. The disclosure last week that hackers had penetrated a database containing such intimate and possibly damaging facts about millions of government and private employees has shaken Washington.