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Oct 17 04:54

Trump’s Alliance with Body-Choppers, Death Squads and Child Killers: Saudi Arabia, Brazil and Israel

The White House warmly greeted the electoral success of Brazilian Presidential candidate Jair Bolsonaro, ardent champion of torturers, military dictators, death squads and free marketers.
President Trump grovels, grunts and glories before Israel, as his spiritual guide Benjamin Netanyahu celebrates the Sabbath with the weekly murders and maiming of hundreds of unarmed Palestinians, especially youngsters.

Oct 17 04:43

Video: oan Rivers -- GOES OFF on Epic Israel/Palestine Rant

Joan Rivers dropped jettisoned comedy for politics ... unleashing an impassioned defense of Israel that included an awesome New York/New Jersey analogy.
Note: I think we have found a big part of the problem!

Oct 17 04:43

The Dark Horse Of The Oil Price Rally

Vietnam’s economy is this year set to exceed the government’s growth forecast, which was predicting a healthy rise of 6.7 percent, VOA reported recently, citing a government statement. The reason this will be possible is oil prices. That’s right. Few of us would think of Vietnam when the benefits of oil production are discussed, but there you have it: this tiny producer is raking in the cash and will continue to rake it in even if Brent falls back to US$65.

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(*Bolton or Pompeo; Which US diplomat takes 'the trip' ?)

Oct 17 04:26

3 TOTALLY FAKE Foods in Just About Everybody’s Kitchen

Americans are eating fake foods. It's sad but true that many American staples are fraudulent. Going to the grocery store and searching for whole, nutritious foods is like running a gauntlet of lies.

The American food system is as fake as a toupée. Here are 3 foods that are in nearly everybody's kitchen that are completely fake.

Oct 17 04:11

ISRAEL BOMBS GAZA

Israel Bombs Gaza, Wounded Reported
Israeli warplanes bombed several locations in the Gaza Strip on Wednesday causing a number of injuries, one reported in critical condition, according to Palestinians reports and medical sources.

Hospitals reported at least 10 wounded, six of them students who were on their way to school in Deir al-Balah in the Central Gaza Strip, WAFA reported.

Four others were injured when warplanes bombed a location in Rafah South of the Gaza Strip, with one person reported in critical condition.

Schools were closed in several areas in the Gaza Strip as explosions were heard in many locations throughout the besieged coastal enclave.

The air raids came after a rocket reportedly fired from Gaza fell at a home in Beer Sheba South of Israel causing damage but no injuries.>>>

Oct 17 01:30

BNZ lets customers open account with selfie-video

In a New Zealand first for banking, BNZ customers will be able to sign up for a personal account by way of a selfie video.

The new sign-up process, announced today by BNZ, will eliminate the need for customers to visit a branch at all.

Howard Silby, BNZ's chief operating officer for customer, products and services, said customers have been asking for a faster and simpler process.

"We're bringing this process completely into the digital age, giving more people more options, and making it faster and simpler, which is what customers tell us they're after," Silby said.

"All you need is your New Zealand passport and a smartphone, tablet or PC with a camera.

Oct 16 18:26

Is A Year-End Rally Still Possible?

Oct 16 17:44

WikiLeaks Releases A Detailed List Of All Amazon Web Services Data Centers Ahead Of DoD Decision

By Aaron Kesel

WikiLeaks has published an alleged “highly confidential” document outlining the addresses and operational details of Amazon Web Services (AWS) data centers called Amazon Atlas.

The international whistleblowing organization claims to have published the document as an attempt to shed light on the “largely hidden” locations of cloud-based servers...

Oct 16 17:24

NZ heading for gas supply gap, warns industry executive

New Zealand is heading into a gas supply gap and will need a new discovery to arrest the production decline it is on now, MPs heard yesterday.

The country has just seven years' firm supply, and production is forecast to start falling away from 2021, according to Patrick Teagle, a New Zealand-based executive for Austrian oil and gas company OMV. Teagle was talking to Parliament's environment select committee.

Government MPs didn't appreciate being told the ban would increase emissions rather than reduce them, that the ban had already halted some investment, and that reduced domestic gas supplies would increase electricity costs for all consumers and sacrifice opportunities to reduce coal use and replace higher-emitting imports – like fertiliser – with lower-emission local production.

Oct 16 17:18

Japan 'plans to flush radioactive water' into the ocean

Water that the Japanese Government is planning to release into the Pacific Ocean from the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant contains radioactive material well above legally permitted levels, according to the plant's operator and documents.

Authorities are running out of space to store contaminated water that has come into contact with fuel that escaped from three nuclear reactors after the plant was destroyed in the earthquake and tsunami that struck north-east Japan in March 2011.

The plan to release just over a million tons of water, currently stored in 900 tanks, into the Pacific has angered local residents and environmental organisations, as well as groups in South Korea and Taiwan fearful that radioactivity might wash up on their shores.

Oct 16 17:17

Owner of $24m Waiheke vineyard estate receives pre-auction offer, but holds out

*Greed has NOTHING to do with it...*

The owner of a Waiheke Island vineyard and home valued at $24 million has received an offer before Friday's on-site midday auction - but he remains determined to test the market by still holding the event.

David Parkinson of Te Rere Cove said this morning: "We have an offer subject to funds coming into New Zealand. However, we obviously will not be signing that until proof that the funds are cleared."

One of New Zealand's most expensive properties will still go to auction in two days' time, he said.

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