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Apr 17 08:30

Ukraine a Vector for GMO Poison’s Spread Through EU

Ulson Gunnar
Activist Post

When the Washington Post chooses to pen an insulting, condescending editorial targeting entire nations speaking up against Western impropriety, one can just as well assume the precise opposite of whatever narrative the Post is trying to push forward is true.

Regarding American biotech companies and their attempts to infest the planet with genetically modified organisms (GMOs), and in particular their attempts to corrupt the whole of Europe with their unwanted poison through a backdoor (Ukraine), has prompted Russia to speak up for their Eastern European neighbor. Up until the armed coup in 2013-2014, also known as the “Euromaidan,” Ukraine had adamantly rejected GMOs.

With an obedient client regime now installed in Kiev, a series of political, economic and military decisions have been made that have more or less extinguished Ukraine as a sovereign nation state...

Apr 17 08:26

Moscow slams Kiev's accusations of OSCE observers

International observers monitoring the ceasefire in Ukraine have drawn renewed harsh criticism from Ukrainian officials, their attacks condemned by Russia's deputy representative to European security watchdog OSCE on Friday as "slanderous and vilifying".
"Slanderous rumours are being spread in Ukraine vilifying observers as ‘foreign spies’," Andrey Rudenko, Moscow’s deputy permanent representative at the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe, told the OSCE permanent council in Vienna, according to comments cited by Russia's Foreign Ministry.
"Media publications are not only tarnishing the image of the SMM [the OSCE special monitoring mission to Ukraine], but they are also threatening the safety of the observers," Rudenko said.
"Such statements are inadmissible," Rudenko went on. "We have to remind the Ukrainian side that under a memorandum of understanding with the OSCE, it [the Ukrainian government] is fully responsible for the observers’ safety."

Apr 17 08:12

Top Gear 'fracas': the Stig speaks out

I suppose there are three potential outcomes.

One: Everybody leaves, perhaps with the three amigos moving to a new network, and the BBC’s Top Gear starts from scratch.

Two: Wilman stays, hauls that dragon boat around and rekindles the magic with a new format, perhaps with new faces.

Three: Everybody stages a comeback. “It’s all been a PR stunt!” Labrokes recently slashed their odds on this scenario to 5/1. I’m off to the bookies.

Apr 17 08:11

Millennial Women Still Earn Less Than Men

Although millennial women tend to be more highly educated than their male counter-parts, they are still earning less money in many careers.

Apr 17 08:08

A Prisoner Sentenced To Death In Alabama Was Released

An Alabama demise column detainee came to a supplication bargain Thursday that makes him the second detainee to escape capital punishment in the state in less than two weeks.

William Ziegler, 39, consented to confess to supporting and abetting in the killing of Russell Allen Baker, and a Mobile County judge issued him credit for the over 15 years he as of now has served in jail.

http://whatisusa.info/a-prisoner-sentenced-to-death-in-alabama-was-rel...

Apr 17 08:08

Tehran suggests new international defensive alliance to counter NATO

The Gazeta.ru online newspaper reports that Iran has proposed forming a defensive alliance with Russia. The initiative was announced during the International Security Conference in Moscow, which was attended by representatives from 70 countries.
Gazeta.ru says that not a single representative from the US or NATO came to Moscow, which obviously had an impact on the event's rhetoric: The participants spoke about the necessity of a joint battle against international terrorism, but also constantly "attacked" Washington.
Iranian Defense Minister Hossein Dehghan dedicated his speech to the battle against the Islamic State terrorist group. Touching upon the sensitive issue for Russia of NATO expansion, he suggested creating a "defensive alliance," which, besides Russia and Iran, would also include India and China.

Apr 17 08:06

Global Warming Is A Religion

Apr 17 08:05

Slowest Growth in China Since 2009

Apr 17 08:05

Scientists Grant Earth Another 15 Year Reprieve!

As long as we continue giving climate scientists government grants to lie about the climate, they will continue to grant us reprieves. Once they stop making threats and granting us reprieves, government has no reason to grant them any more grants.

Apr 17 08:01

Chess Grandmaster Exposed As App-Using Cheat

The plot begins and ends, as all good plots do, in the toilet.

Apr 17 07:58

If Virginia Elections Weren't Hacked, It's Only Because No One Tried

Yes, it's true that almost any system will have security vulnerabilities, but he's ridiculously, laughably wrong, in suggesting that these machines are likely secure enough. These machines don't require a sophisticated hacker (especially now that the VITA revealed all the necessary passwords). Basically anyone can change the votes however they want based on the information that has been revealed.

For years, whenever we'd point to concerns and problems with e-voting machines, people would argue that it was just conspiracy theories and that these machines were mostly "secure enough." Yet, time and time again, we've discovered that the machines weren't even the tiniest bit secure -- and this is just the most egregious example so far.

Apr 17 07:55

An Unnecessary (One Hopes) Defense Of Wikipedia's Honour

Probably NSFW somehow. Backstory links at source.

To everyone who thinks there is something scandalous about investing the profit made from a legal business (soft core pornography is legal), and turning that into -- something as wonderful as Wikipedia:

Apr 17 07:46

The Japanese Took Over The US Debt

China No Longer Top Foreign Owner of U.S. Debt
Japan now holds more U.S. debt than China, China is selling, Japan buying, both lag behind the Fed

Before the end of February, as per information discharged yesterday by the U.S. Treasury, elements in Mainland China had surrendered their position as the top proprietors of U.S. government obligation.

http://whatisusa.info/the-japanese-took-over-the-us-debt/

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