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Aug 09 11:42

Let British Kids Play Video Games To ‘Save The Country,’ Ex-Spy Chief Says

British parents should let their kids spend more time online to combat a widespread and dangerous lack of computer skills, says the former chief of the Government Communication Headquarters (GCHQ), Britain’s NSA.

In an interview with the Daily Telegraph, Robert Hannigan, who used to head the UK’s cyber intelligence agency until January, said the British population lacks sufficient “cyber skills.”

Aug 09 11:41

California Districts Sue US Govt For $1.4bn Over Water Contamination From Military Base

Two water districts in Sacramento, California are suing the US government for nearly one and a half billion dollars for groundwater cleanup. Plaintiffs claim heavy metals used by aircraft maintenance crews at the old McClellan Air Force Base have contaminated over 300 sites.

Aug 09 11:41

‘Fire And Fury’ Is Not A Strategy, We Need Diplomacy With North Korea

In response to reports that North Korea may have achieved the capability to miniaturize nuclear weapons and mount them on its missiles, and in response to President Trump’s belligerent threat that more aggression from North Korea will be met with “fire and fury,” Jon Rainwater, Executive Director of Peace Action, released the following statement:

Aug 09 11:16

US expert links North Korea's nuclear stockpile with light water reactors

North Korea can significantly increase its nuclear stockpile if a light water reactor under construction at its Yongbyon nuclear complex goes into operation, a U.S. nuclear scientist warned, urging Washington to restart negotiations with Pyongyang.

North Korea has so far used a 5-megawatt reactor at Yongbyon to make plutonium for nuclear weapons, roughly at a speed of one bomb worth of plutonium a year. But since a few years ago, the North has been building a larger-scale light water nuclear reactor that experts say could give Pyongyang enough plutonium to make about five or six weapons a year.

Aug 09 11:12

The two faces of Rumsfeld

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Randeep Ramesh

Friday 9 May 2003 03.48 EDT
First published on Friday 9 May 2003 03.48 EDT
Donald Rumsfeld, the US defence secretary, sat on the board of a company which three years ago sold two light water nuclear reactors to North Korea - a country he now regards as part of the "axis of evil" and which has been targeted for regime change by Washington because of its efforts to build nuclear weapons.

Mr Rumsfeld was a non-executive director of ABB, a European engineering giant based in Zurich, when it won a $200m (£125m) contract to provide the design and key components for the reactors. The current defence secretary sat on the board from 1990 to 2001, earning $190,000 a year. He left to join the Bush administration.

The reactor deal was part of President Bill Clinton's policy of persuading the North Korean regime to positively engage with the west.

Aug 09 11:07

FLASHBACK:Clinton, in Letter, Assures North Koreans on Nuclear Reactors

WASHINGTON, Oct. 26— President Clinton promised North Korea's leader in a letter released today that if the planned international financing for new nuclear reactors fell through, he would do his utmost to have the United States provide them.

Last week the United States and North Korea reached an agreement in which the North pledged to freeze its nuclear program in return for having the United States and other members of an international consortium build two light-water reactors and provide oil until the reactors are built.

Aug 09 10:55

Inside Banker’s Fall From Grace After Whipping Out Penis At Party

A powerful Swedish financier got blackout drunk at a house party and exposed his private parts to other guests — leading him to resign as a senior adviser to Citigroup on Monday, according to reports.

Aug 09 10:52

This Hits the Wheezing Commercial Real Estate Bubble at Worst Possible Time

The last big enthusiastic buyer, China, is leaving the party.

Aug 09 10:46

Video: Successful Drill: Homemade Missile Destroys Target Covered In US Flag In Iranian Village

A homemade missile was successfully tested under the supervision of military officers in the rural village of Kiasar, Mazandaran Province, Iran.

Aug 09 10:39

Google CEO Says 'People Must Feel Free To Express Dissent' After Firing Dissenter

Google CEO Sundar Pichai wrote a letter to Google employees Tuesday saying "people must feel free to express dissent" just one day after he fired dissenter James Damore.

Aug 09 10:39

WITCH HUNT: FBI Raided Paul Manafort's Home In Concert With Robert Mueller

FBI agents working with special counsel Robert Mueller conducted a predawn raid on former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort's home late last month as part of their ongoing witch hunt.

Aug 09 10:27

Bombshell Exclusive: Intelligence Agency Caught McMaster Briefing Soros On White House Takeover

National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster is an active operative of globalist billionaire George Soros, according to three separate domestic and foreign intelligence sources.

McMaster is a foreign intelligence agent for the multi-national combine controlled by Soros, which explains why he’s constantly running interference to President Trump’s agenda.

Aug 09 10:26

Convicted Child Rapist Paid By Police To Spy On Underage Sex Parties

Police paid a convicted child rapist almost £10,000 to spy on “sex parties” as part of an investigation into a grooming gang in Newcastle that saw 18 people convicted, it can be revealed.

Seventeen men and one woman have been found guilty of involvement in a sex grooming network in the northern English city that saw underage and vulnerable female victims raped and abused over many years.

Aug 09 10:23

British Jihadists Trained By Secretive ISIS Unit To Launch UK Suicide Attacks

British extremists in Syria are being trained to carry out suicide attacks on their return to the UK, an Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) fighter captured by Kurdish forces claims.

Aug 09 10:20

RUN AND HIDE: ‘CRAZY BERNIE’ TRIES CREEPY NEW MANEUVER TO BRAINWASH YOUTH

Crazy man democratic socialist Senator Bernie Sanders has taken some time out of his busy schedule dealing with the FBI investigation into his wife’s bank fraud to pen a book teach teens to be “political revolutionaries” just like him.

Aug 09 09:22

Never Forget: The Nukes N. Korea is Threatening to Use on America CAME FROM AMERICA

In fact, the only thing that makes North Korea a threat is their nuclear capability — made possible by the Clinton and Bush administrations.

These two administrations played key roles in helping the late Kim Jong-Il develop North Korea’s nuclear prowess from the mid 1990’s onwards.
Former US Secretary of Defense, Donald Rumsfeld was on the board of technology giant ABB when it won a deal to supply North Korea with two nuclear power plants.

According to the 2003 report from SWI, the Swiss-based ABB told swissinfo that Rumsfeld was involved with the company in early 2000, when it netted a $200 million (SFr270million) contract with Pyongyang.

The ABB contract was to deliver equipment and services for two nuclear power stations at Kumho, on North Korea’s east coast.

However, Rumsfeld was simply taking the baton from the Clinton administration, who, in 1994, agreed to begin replacing North Korea’s domestically built nuclear reactors with light water reactors.

Aug 09 09:21

These 42 Disney Apps Are Spying On Your Kids, Lawsuit Claims

The Walt Disney Co. secretly collects personal information on some of their youngest customers and shares that data illegally with advertisers without parental consent, according to a federal lawsuit filed late last week in California.

The class-action suit targets Disney and three other software companies - Upsight, Unity and Kochava - alleging that the mobile apps they built together violate the law by gathering insights about app users across the Internet, including those under the age of 13, in ways that facilitate "commercial exploitation."

The plaintiffs argue that Disney and its partners violated COPPA, the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act, a federal law designed to protect the privacy of children on the Web.

Aug 09 09:10

Police Are Killing Citizens at Highest Rate Ever While Govt and Media Ignore It

Police have killed an average of over 3 people per day in 2017, and the numbers will only increase under the rhetoric used by the Trump Administration

Police in the United States are breaking records in 2017 by killing a record number of the same people they claim to serve and protect, and there is no change in sight under the current administration.

In 2017 alone, police have killed 746 people in the U.S., according to the Killed By Police database, which puts this year on pace to become the deadliest year on record. In contrast, in the first seven months of 2016, police killed 714 people; the number was slightly higher in 2015 with 725 killed; and it was noticeably lower in 2014 with 663 killed and in 2013 with 353 killed.

Aug 09 09:08

Farmer Heartbroken After Cop ‘Feared for His Life’ and Killed His Prize Goat

Portland, OR — Matt Minnick is a small farmer in Portland who is now very upset after a Washington County Sheriff’s Office Deputy shot and killed his top breeding goat Sunday morning.

Because of the new construction by Minnick’s property, some damage was caused to a portion of his fence that his $1,200 prized New Zealand goat named Volt managed to escape through.

Volt was not some pit bull or rabid German Shepard — he was a goat.

As a friendly reminder, when children go to petting zoos, they are surrounded by these animals. There are thousands of petting zoos throughout the country at which children interact with goats on a daily basis. Amazingly enough, none of these children ‘fear for their lives’ and kill any of these goats

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