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Mar 26 08:37

A Review of Jewcentricity by Adam Garfinkle

Adam Garfinkle is the founding editor of The American Interest, a bimonthly magazine focused on politics, culture, and international affairs. He served as speechwriter for secretaries of state Colin Powell and Condoleezza Rice and has taught at John Hopkins University’s School of Advanced International Studies, the University of Pennsylvania, Haverford College, and Tel Aviv University. Garfinkle’s 2009 book, Jewcentricity: Why the Jews are praised, blamed, and used to explain just about everything is touted as an examination of “the various roles Jews are imagined to play on the world stage that they do not, in fact, actually play.”[1] It was published by Wiley, an elite, academic publisher. It is an excellent example of how books with little or no intellectual or scholarly merit are published by elite publishers if they contain positive portrayals of Jews.

Mar 26 08:34

ZioStarbucks “Race Together” New Attack on European Americans

Although Starbucks’ servers will no longer be writing “Race Together” on cups and inviting customers into a “conversation on race,” the campaign has had an impact. Starbucks’ Jewish CEO, “Israel 50th Anniversary Tribute Award” winner Howard Shultz thought of the preposterous campaign, which is being described in the media as poorly planned but “well-intentioned.” Actually, the campaign was shrewdly planned with sinister intentions, to demonize European Americans as “racists.”

Mar 26 08:34

Experts Lied, And The Arctic Rised

Call the grammar police! The title of this post is to grammar, what the hockey stick is to science.

Arctic sea ice continues to increase past 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2011, and will soon start passing other years. No correction from the press about their big lie however.

Mar 26 08:32

Man’s best friend can save your life from cancer! Dogs detect cancer with 90 percent accuracy

The future of cancer screening may not be in expensive, invasive tests, but simply in having dogs sniff a urine sample

Mar 26 08:30

One earthquake could cut off 70% of California's water supply

What do you get when you cross a record-setting drought with an earthquake? This question was recently asked on NPR, and it isn't a pleasant visual. The devastation to the precarious water supply caused by a 7.8 magnitude quake on the San Andreas Fault could sever all four aqueducts at once, cutting off more than 70 percent of the water sustaining Southern California. This is a real threat and not some doomsday prediction. This means that an estimated 18 to 22 million people are just one major earthquake away from being completely cut off from their water supply.

Mar 26 08:16

Pakistan police arrest hundreds of parents refusing to vaccinate kids with deadly vaccine causing paralysis epidemic

Reportedly, Pakistan inadvertently wasted $3.7 million worth of vaccines donated by UNICEF because of improper storage. Trying not to further waste supplies, authorities are now resorting to force, hunting down anyone who refuses the drugs.

"There is no leniency" if parents refuse the vaccinations, says the deputy police commissioner for Peshawar, Riaz Khan Mahsud. Pakistani officials are tracking down between 13,000 and 16,000 parents who refuse to vaccinate. Many of the helpless, choiceless Pakistanis are persuaded to comply after spending a "few days behind bars."

Mar 26 08:14

Kuwait intensifies security at oil facilities over Yemen events

Kuwait has intensified security measures at its oil facilities after Saudi Arabia raids neighboring Yemen.

Acting chief executive officer of Kuwait Petroleum Corp, Mohammad al-Farhud, made the remarks on Thursday, describing the measures as precautionary.

Mar 26 08:14

Family receives $2 million in damages from vaccine court; mainstream media ignores case

By setting up a special kangaroo vaccine court, the supply of vaccines continues to multiply, even after people have been damaged by them.

This is an abandonment of true judicial process and accountability, essentially giving pharmaceutical companies a license to hurt others and write it off as a cost of doing business. To pay the families off, the federal Vaccine Court requires that vaccine manufacturer hand over 75 cents to a trust fund for every vaccine dose. To this multi-billion dollar vaccine industry, this 75-cent excise tax is just part of the cost of doing business, a cost which they can offset by raising their prices paid by taxpayer funds.

In this madness, the Vaccine Court has literally become a vicious cycle of abuse.

Mar 26 07:58

Benjamin Netanyahu's wife 'drank three bottles of champagne a DAY': Ex-caretaker of Israeli prime minister's residence claims she 'drinks crazy amounts of alcohol'

Benjamin Netanyahu's wife drank excessive amounts of alcohol including three bottles of champagne a day, a former caretaker claimed in court.

Meni Naftali is suing the Israeli Prime Minister's office over allegations he was subjected to abusive language during his 20 months on the job.

In the witness box yesterday Naftali - who is seeking around $250,000 (£167,000) in damages - claimed Sara Netanyahu drank large amounts of alcohol. Mrs Netanyahu vehemently denies the claim.

The lawsuit, which was filed to the Jerusalem district labour court in Israel, states Naftali worked long hours and received 'unrestrained tongue-lashings from the prime minister's wife, Mrs. Sara Netanyahu'.

It adds: 'The vast majority of which were with the prime minister's knowledge.'

Mar 26 07:50

Saudi Arabia Imposes Naval Blockade On Red Sea Strait, Deploys 150,000 Troops As Iran Condemns Military Action

As noted earlier, the biggest significance of any Yemen conflict has little to do with its own domestic oil production, which at 133,000 bpd is negligible, but due to its location, which not only shares a border with Saudi Arabia, but more importantly due to the Bab el-Mandeb strait which connects the Red Sea with the Gulf of Aden: it is the fourth-biggest shipping chokepoint in the world by volume (3.8 million barrels a day of oil and petroleum products flowed through it in 2013) and is just 18 miles wide at its narrowest point. It’s located between Yemen, Djibouti, and Eritrea, and connects the Red Sea with the Gulf of Aden and the Arabian Sea. And since to Saudi Arabia preserving the logistics of oil supply is critical, it is hardly surprising that as Egypt's Ahram Gate reported earlier, the Saudi-led Firmness Storm coalition imposed a naval blockade on Bab El-Mandab strait earlier today. The Saudi navy's western fleet has also secured Yemen's main ports including Aden and Midi.

Mar 26 07:43

Apps Snoop on Your Location Way More Than You Think

The title of the study, which will be presented at a conference in Seoul next month, tells you all you need to know: Your Location Has Been Shared 5,398 Times! A Field Study on Mobile App Privacy Nudging. (Link to PDF)

That’s right. More than 5,000 pings in 14 days. Once participants in the study knew how frequently data was being collected, many adjusted their settings or deleted some apps entirely. But Professor Norman Sadeh, a member of the research team that conducted the research, says the volume of location-harvesting isn’t the biggest issue.

“There are some applications where you could justify this level of frequency—think for instance of a navigation app,” Sadeh told WIRED. “So the frequency by itself is not the problem. Instead it is whether the frequency is justified, and obviously whether users are informed of these practices and have some level of control.”

Mar 26 07:37

Car Shot With Taser by Border Agents Bursts Into Flames: “Just How Much is the Public Going to Take?”

Mac Slavo

Dashcam video shows several Border Patrol agents descending on a vehicle at night, with one agent breaking through the passenger window and firing a taser at the driver, causing the vehicle to burst into flames.

The driver, Alex Martin, was killed in the ensuing explosion from the March 2012 incident, prompting a lawsuit filed by the victim’s family against the federal government blaming the weapon once considered “non-lethal” for igniting the fatal fire.

According to the lawsuit, the border agents refused to help save the driver, who was burned, despite having fire extinguishers in their vehicles.

Read more at SHTFplan.com

Mar 26 07:36

Ad-Fraud Malware Hijacks Router DNS – Injects Ads Via Google Analytics

Malware that hijacks router DNS settings is not new. However, exploits developed in recent years that enable hijacking through the use of Javascript alone are making this a widespread problem. Ara Labs has uncovered a new ad-fraud scheme where fraudsters are using hijacked router DNS settings to intercept Google Analytics tags and replace them with pornography and other ads.