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June 7, 2015

Jun 07 19:33

Greece told to strike a deal or face 'dramatic consequences'

Greece's creditors are losing patience with the country's uncompromising stance on its debt obligations, with the heads of the European Parliament and Commission calling on Alexis Tsipras's government to find common ground for a deal or face "dramatic consequences".

Jun 07 18:50

Berners-Lee Urges Britons To Fight The Snooper's Charter, But For One UK Tech Company It's Too Late

The economic argument that online businesses need an environment in which privacy is respected, is probably one of the few that David Cameron might listen to. As Berners-Lee notes, if a tech startup can't promise potential users basic protection for their personal data, then its product is seriously hobbled before it's even launched. That means that once the Snooper's Charter is in place -- assuming there is no rebellion by freedom-loving Conservative MPs when it comes to the vote -- people will think twice about choosing the UK as the base for a new tech company. In fact, people have already started leaving because of what the Snooper's Charter will do to their businesses.

Jun 07 18:47

Top FBI Official Says Tech Companies Need To 'Prevent Encryption Above All Else'

Usually, when we see clueless government lackeys discussing the need to backdoor encryption, they at least admit upfront that they think encryption is important in protecting private information. Even that nutty rambling speech by Homeland Security Appropriations chair Rep. John Carter recognized that there were important reasons to use encryption to protect privacy. And FBI boss James Comey usually does some hand waving to that effect as well. But apparently he forgot to tell one of his deputies.

While testifying before Congress, Michael Steinbach, assistant director in the FBI's Counterterrorism Division, just went to the levels of pure insanity, in arguing that above all else companies should work to prevent encryption. This was during a ridiculous grandstanding hearing held by the House Homeland Security Committee entitled "Terrorism Gone Viral", and Steinbach didn't waste the opportunity to make a ridiculously viral comment of his own.

Jun 07 18:43

If US Is Really Able To Target ISIS Sites Based On Social Media Posts... Why Is It Trying To Stop ISIS From Using Social Media?

Why is it that grandstanding American politicians always want to blame the platforms for people doing bad stuff on those platforms, even when those platforms appear to provide all sorts of useful information that apparently help law enforcement, intelligence agencies and the military do their jobs?

Jun 07 18:39

MoD sought sensitive children’s data for possible recruitment drive

The UK Ministry of Defense (MoD) has been blocked from accessing highly sensitive data on school students, including how rich their parents are and their academic record, which they sought to better inform them of military career opportunities.

The MoD made a request to the National Pupil Database (NPD) last year, according to the magazine Schools Week.

A spokesman for the MoD insisted to Schools Week that the request was an “error” made by someone “outside the Army’s recruitment branch.”

However, Forces Watch, a campaign group that scrutinizes recruitment in the military, said the fact that the request had been denied showed “how inappropriate the MoD’s use of the data was.”

Jun 07 18:38

Britain to send 125 more military trainers to Iraq

“We’re already the second largest contributor in terms of air strikes in Iraq, and support for the Syrian opposition,” Cameron told reporters. “But I’m announcing today that we’re increasing our training effort in Iraq. It’s a particular request the Abadi government has made, it’s a particular thing we’ve been working with the Americans on.”

Jun 07 17:56

Gold confiscation and its consequences

Jun 07 17:50

Arctic Sea Ice Continues To Track 2006

Arctic sea ice continues to track 2006, the year with the highest summer extent of the past decade.

Jun 07 17:48

October-March Snow Cover At Record High Levels

Fifteen years ago, climate experts said that snow is a thing of the past. Since then, Northern Hemisphere snow cover has soared to record levels.

Jun 07 17:40

Saudi Arabia Hosting UN Human Rights Conference on Religious Freedom

Despite its reputation as one the world’s worst violators of religious freedom, Saudi Arabia is now hosting in Jeddah a UN human rights conference on combating intolerance and discrimination based on religion or belief, attended by the president of the UN Human Rights Council and other top international representatives.

Jun 07 17:40

Feds can charge you with obstruction of justice for clearing your browser history

In the early 2000s, former US Congressmen Paul Sarbanes (D-MD) and Michael Oxley (R-OH) crafted a bill that would put pressure on corporations to comply with federal prosecutors during investigations. It was largely a response to 2001's Enron scandal, when the energy company was able to hide billions of dollars in debt due to corporate loopholes and a little creative accounting. The bill, known as the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, was signed into law by President Bush in 2002.

Jun 07 17:33

New UN climate fund to take risks to promote green tech

new United Nations fund set up to help developing nations tackle climate change will take bigger risks than many international lenders to promote innovative green technologies, the head of the fund said on Friday. Hela Cheikhrouhou, executive director of the Green Climate Fund (GCF), told Reuters that donor pledges of $10.2 billion so far were a good start but only a fraction of the sums needed to curb greenhouse gas emissions and adapt to rising temperatures. The fund will take risks to foster new technologies in emerging nations, she said, likening it to a company in a high-tech stock market index that has a lower credit rating than a blue-chip firm.

Jun 07 17:25

45 dead in Saudi-led raids on Yemen capital

Twenty civilians were among at least 45 people killed in Saudi-led air strikes on the rebel-held armed forces headquarters in the Yemeni capital early on Sunday, a medic said.

The raids on the army headquarters in central Sanaa came a day after the kingdom’s air defences shot down a Scud missile fired from the war-torn country.

They also followed the UN confirmation of June 14 as the start date for peace talks between warring Yemen factions in Geneva, which both the country’s Shia Houthi rebels and its exiled government said they will attend.

Jun 07 16:34

Media cover up Bill Clinton's alleged pedophilia on Epstein's 'orgy island'

While the U.S. news media on Sunday breathlessly cover the federal criminal charges against former U.S. House of Representatives Speaker Dennis Hastert, a Republican who allegedly attempted to hide more than three million bucks he paid out to conceal past sexual misconduct, the same media outlets are quick to drop -- or ignore -- any stories that might politically harm America's own version of a royal family: the Clintons.

Jun 07 16:32

Leaders at G7 in Bavaria in call to uphold Russia sanctions

The two-day G7 summit has kicked off in Bavaria as its leaders gathered to discuss hot-button issues such as Ukrainian crisis, with some voicing support for tougher Russia sanctions despite the economic difficulties they bring to the EU.

Jun 07 16:20


This is Snickerdoodle. He belongs to the pastor at Claire's church, who has just been reassigned to Palmdale, California, and cannot have the dog in their new home.

Snickerdoodle is a mixed-breed, 12-year-old, very strong, good guard dog, great with people (if you bribe with treats) not socialized to live peacefully with other animals. If we were allowed to have dogs in our condo we sould take him, but we aren't!

Free to a good home preferably on Oahu but other islands doable. If able to provide good home for lovable mutt, email me and I will connect you with the Pastor's family.

Jun 07 16:02

Get ready for a facepalm: 90% of credit card readers currently use the same password

The passcode, set by default on credit card machines since 1990, is easily found with a quick Google searach and has been exposed for so long there's no sense in trying to hide it. It's either 166816 or Z66816, depending on the machine.

With that, an attacker can gain complete control of a store's credit card readers, potentially allowing them to hack into the machines and steal customers' payment data (think the Target (TGT) and Home Depot (HD) hacks all over again). No wonder big retailers keep losing your credit card data to hackers. Security is a joke.





Jun 07 14:46

Ukrainian border service ship explodes near Mariupol

Ukraine's State Border Service said six crewmen were wounded. The fate of the remaining crewman is unknown.

And those commenting are already blaming Russia, despite having no evidence that Russia had any hand in it.

Jun 07 14:37

“We Are a Nation of Immigrants”: Obama Pushing ‘Task Force on New Americans’

Obama is pushing a Task Force on New Americans because integrating immigrants and refugees into American communities are "vital to our economic future."

“We can make every American feel welcome — and make our communities stronger in the process,” the site proclaims.

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Jun 07 14:35


Can you imagine what it is like to suddenly have low-flying military helicopters, explosions, and gunfire rocking your home in the middle of the night?

This message went out on Facebook around midnight last night from the official Lapeer County Police, EMS, and Fire Facebook page:


Again, sent out around midnight.

This isn't just one evening. This is ten days of hardcore military training. Ten days of low-flying chinooks in the middle of the night. Ten days of random gunfire and explosions breaking out. Ten days of armored military vehicles cruising the roads. Ten days of increased military presence in the streets of yet another American city.

Jun 07 14:01

Police Attack Girl in Bikini, Pull Gun on Teens at Pool Party

A pool party turned into chaos after police arrived.

The police officers can be seen in the video going hog wild and chasing after teenagers.

The teenagers were simply afraid and didn’t want to be hurt.

Jun 07 09:47

Russia Gets Very Serious on De-dollarizing

Russia is about to take another major step towards liberating the Ruble from the Dollar System. Its Finance Ministry just revealed it is considering issuing Russian state debt in Chinese Yuan. That would be an elegant way to decouple from the dependence and blackmail pressures from the US Treasury financial terrorism operations while at the same time strengthening the bonds between China and Russia–Washington’s worst geopolitical nightmare.

Jun 07 09:42

Greece Explores BRICS Development Bank Membership

Athens is mulling over the position of a member of the BRICS New Development Bank.

Jun 07 09:35

Aerial attack on Gaza at dawn Sunday

The Israeli occupation army at dawn Sunday launched an aerial attack on an area in the besieged Gaza Strip and closed its border crossings.

Jun 07 09:26

Network: Howard Beale, the last sane man in the world

By Jon Rappoport

Television as a form of knowledge in the New Age...

The best film ever made about television’s war on the population is Paddy Chayefsky’s scorching masterpiece, Network (1976). Yet it stages only a few minutes of on-air television.

The rest of the film is dialogue and monologue about television. Thus you could say that, in this case, word defeats image.

Even when showing what happens on the TV screen, Network bursts forth with lines like these, from newsman Howard Beale, at the end of his rope, on-camera, speaking to his in-studio audience and millions of people in their homes...

Jun 07 09:24

Choo, Choo! Russia Reviving Elusive ‘Nuke Trains' With 30 Yars ICBMs

In 1987, the USSR decided to place its missiles on railways, taking the advantage of its giant and multipath railroad network, in which a train could hide from satellite reconnaissance. Each of the 12 Soviet ‘nuke trains' was armed with three RT-23 Molodets (SS-24 Scalpel) intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs) carrying 10 warheads. The trains looked like refrigerator cars from the space.

Jun 07 09:23

International Monitors Report Explosions in East Ukraine's Donetsk

OSCE monitors reported numerous explosions at and around the Donetsk airport in eastern Ukraine, pointing to violations of the existing ceasefire between the army and militias.

Jun 07 09:23

Cold War 2.0 Heats Up: Washington Dusts Off Russia "Containment" Plans

The “ceasefire” — if you can call it that — that has been in place in Ukraine since February’s Minsk Accord has fallen apart this week with the fiercest fighting in months claiming dozens of lives and prompting President Petro Poroshenko to launch a media blitz in an attempt to rally the West against what he claims is a renewed offensive by Russian-backed separatists.

Russian media contends the separatists were only defending themselves after they began to take artillery fire. Ukraine, by contrast, claims its soldiers came under attack by rebel tanks. “We had some storming action by between 500 and 1,000 servicemen of the militants, with a large number of tanks and armored machinery, apparently counting on being able to quickly capture Maryinka,” Poroshenko said.

Jun 07 09:12


Israel seems to be losing its ‘battle’ against the BDS Movement, so it is once again whining about the world’s response to alleged attacks from Gaza. Anything to keep those bucks coming ….

Jun 07 09:12


An unprecedented meeting of more than 50 major Jewish and pro-Israel organizations took place in Las Vegas, to discuss the growing international boycott efforts against Israel.

Jun 07 09:08

How Google Adsense Is Censoring WeAreChange and Independent Media

Jun 07 09:05

US deploys B-52 nuclear bombers to Baltic Sea exercises

The United States has deployed three B-52 nuclear bombers to take part in military exercises with NATO partners in the Baltic region amid heightened tensions with Russia.

Jun 07 09:04

Israeli forces attack elderly Palestinian family amid demolition in East Jerusalem

Jun 07 09:04

US drone attack kills 15 in east Afghanistan: Officials

Afghan officials confirm that 15 civilians have lost their lives in a US drone strike in Afghanistan’s eastern province of Khost on Friday.

Jun 07 09:03

20,000+ Police March In Force Against G7 Protests in Germany

Though more than 20,000 police officers were deployed to keep voice of the people away from powerful leaders, the critiques offered by demonstrators appear highlighted by the enormous efforts made to silence them

Jun 07 09:03

Poroshenko Hands Over Roshen Share to Rothschild Under Trust Deal

Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko confirmed on Friday his decision to sell his businesses and transfer his stake in the Roshen confectionary corporation under a trust agreement to Rothschild Investment Company.

Jun 07 09:01

‘ISIS video’ calls for jihad in Balkans ahead of Pope’s visit

A video featuring extremists claiming to belong to the terrorist organization Islamic State (formerly known as ISIS or ISIL) has called for jihad in the Balkans. It appeared ahead of Pope Francis' visit Saturday to the Bosnian capital, Sarajevo.

The 21-minute video carries the logo of a production company linked to Islamic State propaganda, AFP reported Friday.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

No doubt Rita Katz and SITE Intelligence.

Jun 07 08:58

'Impeach Poroshenko!’ Massive anti-govt rally held in central Kiev

A massive march took place in the streets of Kiev to protest against the policies of the current Ukrainian government, calling for its resignation and economic reforms.

According to TASS news agency, up to 3,000 people took to the streets in Kiev on Saturday to protest against lack of reform and economic instability.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"How DARE those conquered people not stay conquered! Send in the drones! Blame it on ISIS." -- Official White Horse Souse

Jun 07 08:54

Seattle mayor’s Israel trip to cost public about $36,000

Seattle Mayor Ed Murray’s trip to Israel next week to speak at an LGBT conference and take part in a trade mission will cost taxpayers about $36,000.

Jun 07 08:53

“The Lab”: Israel Tests Weapons, Tactics On Captive Palestinian Population

Shimon Peres, Israel’s president and the man who oversaw the country’s secret development of a nuclear bomb in the 1960s, held a star-studded 90th birthday party masquerading as a presidential conference in June (see August 2013 Washington Report on Middle East Affairs, p. 12).

Aside from the cloud cast by the decision of the renowned British physicist Stephen Hawking to boycott the event, it was an unabashed celebration of Peres’ life and work by a long list of the international “great and good,” from former U.S. President Bill Clinton to songstress Barbra Streisand.

However, as one Israeli website noted, this $3 million salute to the head of the Israeli state was financed chiefly by the arms industry.

Jun 07 08:50

UN Secretary-General weighs lumping Israel in with ISIS and Al Qaeda

This week Senators Lindsey Graham and Ted Cruz have posed a challenge for would-be presidents and all Americans: if the United Nations criminalizes Israel’s exercise of the right of self-defense it will pay a heavy price. The organization has no right to expect billions of U.S. taxpayer dollars to be doled out every year when they are spent undercutting our deepest values and our national security.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The UN is not responsible for the Unites States' values and no more responsible for US security than for any other member nation. The United Nation's job is maintaining peace under international law. If Graham and Cruz want to pull out of the United Nations to please their masters in Tel Aviv, that is fine. We will remind the voters that they did so (or tried to do so) next year!

Jun 07 08:43

Israel hits Gaza with airstrikes, closes crossings after more rockets fired

Israeli jets struck several sites in northern Gaza on Sunday, as Israel blamed Hamas for launching a missile into Ashkelon and ordered all Gazan border crossings to be closed. The Palestinians say a pro-Islamic State group is trying to provoke a war.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Interesting that "Islamic State" attacks Israel's Islamic enemies but never Israel itself!

Jun 07 08:33

Is Washington Planning Barbarossa II?

On June 22, 1941, Hitler launched Operation Barbarossa against Soviet Russia - perhaps the largest ever invasion force by one country against another involving up to four million combat and support troops.

His lunatic desire to conquer his ideological rival, acquire lebensraum, its resources and enslave its people failed. So did Napoleon 130 years earlier.

Does Washington plan repeating their mistakes?

Jun 07 08:33

ICH BIN URSULA - Ursula's Message in English

Ursula Haverbeck wants an answer to a simple question. Following the events in Paris, the Je Suis Charlie campaign called for the protection and promotion of freedom of opinion and speech. In the same spirit, Ursula Haverbeck points out that with mainstream historical authorities now accepting that Auschwitz was not the scene of the murder of millions of Jews in homicidal gas chambers, there is no established "scene of the crime". She has challenged official bodies including ministers of the various German states to provide an answer – to define the scene of the crime. They have so far failed to do so, and she must therefore conclude that there is no substantiation to the official history of Auschwitz.

Jun 07 08:31

BREAKING: U.S. Border Patrol Chopper ‘Down’ at Texas Border, ‘Fired On From Mexico’

“U.S. Border Patrol agents were attempting to intercept a drug load. A law enforcement chopper was assisting Border Patrol agents. The chopper received gunfire from the Mexican side of the border. The chopper had to do an emergency landing due to the gunfire.”

Jun 07 08:30

Family Raided by SWAT and their Dog Shot for Being Unable to Pay Utility Bill

Zorich was subsequently taken into custody at the police station. When she was finally let go and allowed to return to her home, she found to be completely trashed. Beds had been overturned, and items that were once on shelves had been thrown to the floor.

The citations issued to Zorich, which had allegedly justified the heavily militarized raid on her home, were for substandard siding, guard rail, screens, window glass and deck.

A dozen armed men dressed for war, were dispatched to a woman’s home, killed her dog, and kidnapped her because of some moldy wood and her inability to pay her gas bill.

In what world is this considered “justice”?

Jun 07 08:28

David Aaronovitch And The Jewish Solidarity Industry

“Zionist and most anti-Zionist Jews are captives of the same primeval Jewish mindset, and that it is this mindset that, in effect, provoked antisemitic reaction, right down to the Holocaust itself.” (David Aaronovitch, Jewish Chronicle)

David Aaronovitch, once Trotskyite, now neo-con but always advocate for Blair’s Zionist wars is alive and kicking. Yesterday in the Jewish Chronicle he found the time to attack Professor Oren Ben Dor for telling the truth about Israel and Jewish identity politics. In his Jewish Chronicle weekly column, the war-monger had the audacity to criticise Ben Dor, (himself a veteran Israeli submarine captain as well as a law scholar who found out about Jewish violence the hard way) for wishing to express his own political opinions about Jewish culture and identity politics.

Jun 07 08:25

America, The Ponzi Scheme: A Commencement Speech For The Scammed

It couldn’t be a sunnier, more beautiful day to exit your lives -- or enter them -- depending on how you care to look at it. After all, here you are four years later in your graduation togs with your parents looking on, waiting to celebrate. The question is: Celebrate what exactly?

In possibly the last graduation speech of 2015, I know I should begin by praising your grit, your essential character, your determination to get this far. But today, it’s money, not character, that’s on my mind. For so many of you, I suspect, your education has been a classic scam and you’re not even attending a “for profit” college -- an institution of higher learning, that is, officially set up to take you for a ride.

Jun 07 08:24

The Industrial Medical Complex – A Profiteering Weapon of Mass Destruction


Jun 07 08:22

Hamas terror group designation overturned by Egyptian court

An Egyptian court overturned a decision naming Hamas a terrorist organization Saturday, a ruling coming after months of increasing hostility to the blockaded rulers of the Gaza Strip.

The Urgent Matters Appeals Court cited a lack of jurisdiction as the reason for annulling the earlier court’s ruling.

Jun 07 08:20

Netanyahu angry at silence over Gaza rocket attacks

Benjamin Netanyahu said he hasn't heard a word of condemnation from the world about three rocket attacks from Gaza over the past two weeks.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Because the world has figured out that Israeli agents launch these rockets into empty lots to justify Israel's devastating attacks. Fool me once...


Jun 07 07:11

UK to monitor Facebook, Twitter and blog for references to the Government

Ministers announced yesterday that the Government had awarded a contract to five companies who will monitor what people tweet, post to Facebook or blog about the Government and provide updates to Whitehall in real time.

Jun 07 07:06

Scores of Jewish settlers storm Al-Aqsa Mosque compound

Scores of Jewish settlers forced their way into Al-Aqsa Mosque compound in occupied East Jerusalem Sunday, a Palestinian official said.

Jun 07 07:03

Khader Adnan in 'critical condition' as hunger strike continues

Adnan, who staged one of the longest hunger strikes in history in 2012, is showing sharp weight loss and low heart rate as a result of his ongoing protest of being held in Israeli prison under administrative detention, PA offical Issa Qaraqe said.

Jun 07 06:27

Why Is The EU Forcing European Nations To Adopt ‘Bail-In’ Legislation By The End Of The Summer?

Are they expecting something to happen? The European Union says that any nation within the EU that does not enact “bail-in” legislation within the next two months will face legal action. The countries that are being threatened in this manner include Italy and France. If you fast forward two months from this moment, that puts us in early August. So clearly the European Union wants everything to be squared away by the end of the summer. Is there a reason for this? Are they anticipating that something really bad will happen in September or thereafter? Why such a rush?

Jun 07 06:24

Mexico Mobilizes Army in Face of Election Protests

The Mexican government deployed thousands of federal police officers Saturday across the country as teacher-organized protests continued ahead of Sunday's midterm elections.

Jun 07 06:00

Iran rejects limited international access to military sites: agency

The six powers -- the United States, France, Britain, Germany, Russia and China -- want the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to visit military sites to check on past activities that could indicate attempts to build an atomic bomb.
Note: Maybe if these countries let Iran visit their military sites Iran would do the same!

Jun 07 05:53

Israel telecoms firm not satisfied by Orange apologies

Jerusalem (AFP) - The Israeli telecoms firm at the heart of a controversy involving France's Orange that has caused a diplomatic storm said Saturday it is unhappy with Orange's response to the matter.
Note: Never enough. The executives will probably be sent to a holocau$t school and of course give some money!

Jun 07 05:48

Israel strikes Gaza after new rocket attacks

The rocket hit open ground south of the port of Ashkelon, which was also the target of three rockets fired on Wednesday night.
The army said there no casualties.
Note: THINK!

Jun 07 05:44

Israeli leader says world silent on Gaza rocket attacks

Benjamin Netanyahu said he hasn't heard a word of condemnation from the world about three rocket attacks from Gaza over the past two weeks. The rockets did not cause any injury or harm but disrupted the quiet in southern Israel that has mostly prevailed since last summer's war between Hamas and Israel.
Note: Let's get this straight. 3 rockets land in vacant fields, the people who did this are unknown, and now Israel bombs the hell out of Gaza! Had enough yet!

Jun 07 05:36

Four Pernicious Myths of WWII

METZ, FRANCE - In this ancient fortress city on the Mosel River that stands guard on the traditional invasion route into France, one is surrounded by the ghosts of great wars past -- and the often cruel myths that still linger.

As a former instructor of military history and specialist in France's 20th century wars, let me address four particularly annoying and misleading myths:

Jun 07 05:33

Boycott divestment Sanctions

Who says the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions campaign isn’t having an effect? Page 7 of the New York Times today is the Boycott Israel page. Both stories on the page are about Israel’s battle over its sagging international reputation. You’d think they might put our site out of business. But no.

Jun 07 05:29

A Failure of Christian Ethics

At the heart of the crisis of the public presence of Christians in our tormented world has been their inability to offer any consistent and penetrating ethical critique of political subjugation, economic exploitation and racial (or sexual) oppression. In fact, Christian churches have often been in the forefront of championing and legitimating these explicit forms of human immiseration

Jun 07 05:26

The Big Lie at the Heart of the Myth of the Creation of Israel

Tarachansky had to break through a lot of personal and social barriers to produce this often infuriating film about the Nakba, the “catastrophe” of 1948, when approximately 750,000 Palestinians (a number that has grown to 1.5 million refugees living in camps over the ensuing 67 years) were expelled from their homes and forced into squalid camps, where they are denied basic human rights.

Jun 07 04:48

Hungary becomes 1st EU nation to join China’s Silk Road network

Hungary has signed an agreement with China officially joining Beijing’s ambitious Silk Road network, a Chinese Foreign Ministry statement said.

Jun 07 04:38

Western creditors want to raid Ukraine’s Central Bank

Ukraine's Ministry of Finance said that the proposal is unacceptable, since it assumes using Ukrainian Central Bank reserves to cover the country’s debts, “which would be a clear violation of Ukraine’s law.”

Jun 07 04:33

Thousands March in Anti-Government Protest in Kiev

Thousands of Ukrainians took to the streets in Kiev on Saturday, demanding the resignation of Poroshenko and Yatsenyuk.

Jun 07 02:54

MH17 Dutch investigators not interested in Russian side witnesses

The official MH17 investigation doesn’t appear to be a truthful and honest one, says Joost Niemoller, Dutch journalist and author of "MH17: The cover-up deal".

Jun 07 02:43

Lawyer Announces Legal Challenge against C-51

Constitutional lawyer Rocco Galati did not thank people for attending a rally opposing Bill C-51, saying instead that it is every Canadians’ duty to fight against what he called a "fascist and dictatorial piece of legislation."

Jun 07 02:38

Israel - A criminal offender at large, UN listing or not

Israel need not worry that anyone is trying to “besmirch” its reputation. It has proven quite adept at doing that all on its own. Every blown-off Palestinian child's head, every Palestinian child behind Israeli bars, every Mohammed Abu Khdair tortured and killed by Jewish colonists, and every colonists’ intentional running over of Palestinian children “besmirches” what is left of the racist, genocidal state's reputation, with or without UN recognition.

Jun 07 02:28

Breaking the Promise to Russia

The Russian European dreamers have included Pushkin, Lenin, Gorbachev and, until relatively recently, President Vladimir Putin. They have all seen their country’s future as part of the “European house”.

But history and events have not been kind to Russia. Napoleon’s invasion, revolution, two world wars, Stalin’s communism and, most recently, the expansion of NATO, have shattered the dream again and again.

Jun 07 02:10

Ukrainians Dispossessed, Americans are next

Over the last 15 months Ukrainians have paid for Washington’s overthrow of their elected government in deaths, dismemberment of their country, and broken economic and political relationships with Russia that cost Ukraine its subsidized energy. Now Ukrainians are losing their pensions and traditional support payments. The Ukrainian population is headed for the graveyard.

Jun 07 02:05

Obama’s Big Lie on Syria

Despite the risk that Syria’s Christians, Alawites and Shiites will be slaughtered by Sunni extremists, the Obama administration is backing the Saudi-Israeli demand for “regime change” in Damascus, including tweeting bogus accusations linking Syria’s secular regime to ISIS.

Jun 07 02:02

Orange is in Israel 'to stay', says chairman

The chairman of Orange said on Saturday that the French telecoms group is in Israel "to stay" after a row erupted over the group's plan to review its business ties with an Israeli telecoms firm.

Jun 07 01:56

Is Netanyahu Waging “War” on Critics at Home?

The Israeli government has indicated it is preparing to take a hard line against human rights groups, the media and Supreme Court.

Jun 07 01:45

The NSA and The TSA

The week beginning June 1 was an exciting week for national security. The most exciting thing, of course, was that the Senate got back from its Memorial Day holiday and began working on a Sunday which is highly unusual. It did it because it knew it had less than 24 hours to complete work on an urgent piece of legislation. (It was so urgent that Members of the House finished their work before going on vacation. Senators decided to vacation first and legislate second.) The urgent matter pertained to preserving the right of government spies to collect Americans’ phone records in bulk.

June 6, 2015

Jun 06 23:21

Massive Student Loan Defaults Taking Place

Jun 06 22:53

Self-Defense Is Now ILLEGAL In The UK

Jun 06 19:26

Obama Sidelines Kerry on Ukraine Policy

On May 21st, I headlined “Secretary of State John Kerry v. His Subordinate Victoria Nuland, Regarding Ukraine,” and quoted John Kerry’s May 12th warning to Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko to cease his repeated threats to invade Crimea and re-invade Donbass, two former regions of Ukraine, which had refused to accept the legitimacy of the new regime that was imposed on Ukraine in violent clashes during February 2014.

Jun 06 17:09

Food prices just keeps going Up! Up! Up!

Jun 06 16:33

Is Netanyahu Waging “War” on Critics at Home?

The Israeli government has indicated it is preparing to take a hard line against human rights groups, the media and Supreme Court

A month into resuming his premiership, Benjamin Netanyahu has been accused of an increasingly autocratic rule, as critics warn that his new government is preparing to take a draconian line against Israeli institutions opposing its policies.

Jun 06 15:35

Up In Smoke: Indiana Church allows congregation to light it up

By Bauer Marshall

Indiana’s controversial law, Religious Freedom Restoration Act, has indirectly paved the way for the First Church of Cannabis.

Yes, you read that correctly.

Last, month the aforementioned church based in Indianapolis, won the right to light up and spread their gospel, because they were awarded non-profit status from the Internal Revenue Service.

One may ask themselves, how was this possible?...

Jun 06 14:43


Among the questions we talked about: what is BDS? Why is Israel reacting to it now? Is it really bringing effective pressure for Palestinian rights on Israel?

Jun 06 14:02

Clinton's RICO trial: Attorneys fight to obtain evidence from Hillary Clinton

The public-interest, non-partisan law group that is suing Bill and Hillary Clinton and their Clinton Foundation, listed as a charity, under the federal Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act urged a federal court in Florida -- that has already set the trial date for January 2016 -- to take physical custody of Hillary Clinton’s private email server forthwith before anymore "loss of emails" can occur. The fear is that since the State Department claims it possesses no emails or documents regarding Iranian waivers by her in exchange for donations to her foundation, they may remain on the allegedly "scrubbed" server in Clinton's home, according to the release of the court document and a news story on Thursday.

Jun 06 14:02

Student’s Death in Custody Ruled a Homicide After Nine Deputies Fired

The death of a 21-year-old computer science student in police custody has been ruled a homicide from blunt force trauma and has resulted in the termination of nine deputies who strapped him to a restraining chair on New Year’s Day and allegedly beat him to death. Although the county attorney’s office initially claimed that the deputies were fired last month for general policy violations, the coroner confirmed on Thursday that the deputies lost their jobs on the same day that he signed the student’s death certificate. The student’s family only became aware of the death certificate’s existence after a photograph of the document was leaked on social media.

Jun 06 13:59

More evidence cited in RICO case against Clintons

In a supplement to his recent motion to the court to have the unit seized, attorney Larry Klayman of Freedom Watch notes that there is new relevant information to bolster his case.

Klayman submitted copies of a Washington Times report that the Clintons’ foundation “set up a fundraising arm in Sweden that collected $26 million in donations at the same time that country was lobbying Hillary Rodham Clinton’s State Department to forgo sanctions that threatened its thriving business with Iran.”

Further, another article submitted by Klayman, from the Miami Herald, reported banks were paying huge fees to Bill Clinton for speeches at a delicate time.

“Many of the speeches and donations were made at times when the host banks were under Justice Department scrutiny. … All told, the same 11 banks have paid more than $81 billion – yes, that’s with a B – over the last six years to resolve federal investigations into alleged corruption,” the report said.

Jun 06 13:58

Clintons finally tried for their crimes!

I recount these stories because they lend further insight into the complete criminality of the Bonnie and Clyde of American politics. And while Bill and Hillary are criminals enough, as the old adage goes, “you are who you associate with.”

Jun 06 13:58

Hillary Goes Right for Bush's Gut in Voting Rights Speech

he speech that Hillary Rodham Clinton gave at Texas Southern University on Thursday regarding the right to vote even was better than I expected it to be. It was a thwacking, name-checking jeremiad that took for granted the obvious fact that the Republican party, and the conservative movement that is its only real energizing force, has embarked on a systematic campaign to disenfranchise those voters unlikely to vote for Republican candidates, and that the campaign has been abetted at the highest levels of conservative politics which, in this case, happen to include the Supreme Court of the United States. She talked about how Rick Perry had worked to restrict the franchise in Texas, and how Scott Walker had done so in Wisconsin. Then, she said this.

"And in Florida, when Jeb Bush was governor, state officials conducted a deeply flawed purge of voters before the presidential election of 2000."

Yeah, she went there.