Technology

 

This Incredible Animation Was Made By Code That Could Fit on a Floppy

This is no 20 GB video file, painstakingly pulled from a render farm. All of it was generated in real time by one tiny algorithm. And it’s amazing.

Every Easter, the town of Saarbrücken, Germany, plays host to Revision, a demoparty where hundreds of programmers and artists get together for four days of showing off. This year, the demoscene group Mercury unveiled an incredible 64k intro called The Timeless. Since the file size is limited to 64 kilobytes, the graphics and music are all generated algorithmically in real time—this is called procedural generation.

 

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Africa

 

In 60 Days, South Sudan will Starve: There is a looming crisis in South Sudan that, if not dealt with, could rival some of the worst famines in recent history.

There is a looming crisis in South Sudan that, if not dealt with, could rival some of the worst famines in recent history. The UNHCR (United Nations High Commission on Refugees) and the WFP (World Food Program) released a statement earlier this month that points to alarming food security issues in the world’s newest country.

 

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Defence News

DARPA producing sea-floor pods that can release attack drones on command

The Pentagon’s research arm, DARPA, is developing robot pods that can sit at the bottom of the ocean for long stretches of time, waiting to release airborne and water-based drones to the surface upon an attack command.

 

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Mike Rivero

 

ATTENTION MICHERAL JACKSON FANS! – HIGHEST DONOR TO WRH WINS THIS LIFE MASK!

Back in 1983, Michael Jackson produced a music video called “Thriller.” During the famous dance scene, Michael Jackson was transformed into a monster.

In order to make the prosthetic appliances to build up Michael’s cheekbones and forehead, a casting was made of his face.

The prize being offered to the top donor to WRH between now and May 1 is a life mask of Michael Jackson made from that facial casting.

 

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Veteran News

Soldiers stuck in backlogged disability system can’t go forward, can’t go back

Sgt. Chris Peden is stuck. The Joint Base Lewis-McChord soldier is spending his last months in the Army too damaged to be the gung-ho paratrooper of his first Iraq deployment but not ill enough to be cut loose from his enlistment with his Stryker brigade.

He’s in the limbo of a disability system the Defense Department created seven years ago with good intentions. It was designed to make sure wounded service members smoothly enroll for veterans benefits and start receiving checks within a month of leaving uniform.

For Peden, the downside comes in the hundreds of days he’s had to continue showing up at battalion headquarters even though he can’t concentrate, struggles with mood swings and has physical injuries that slow him. With little to do because he can’t handle much responsibility, he sometimes passes the time playing games on his cellphone.

 

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Terrorism

Documentary- Fake Boston Bombing Hero Exposed

Stars Amy Goodman, Carlos Arredondo and media personalities

As Detroit rape kits sit untested, justice for victims is denied

Nearly five years after the discovery of 11,000 abandoned rape evidence kits in a Detroit police warehouse sparked outrage, only about 2,000 of the kits have undergone DNA testing, allowing serial rapists to remain free and in some cases commit more attacks.

 

LOOK ! Proof That Craft or Blackwater Agents did the Boston Marathon Bombing Event !

In this video i show you how the Media suspect that is still alive and captured , Left the event WITH HIS BACKPACK ! BUT ……Their Craft aka Blackwater Agent was caught running out of the scene ..WITHOUT HIS BACKPACK ….The one that matches the Bomb Backpack PERFECTLY !!

 

The FBI Is Not Sabotaging the 9/11 Military Commission?

It is no secret that the Obama administration believes Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and the other 9/11 plotters should be given a civilian criminal trial in New York City, not a military commission in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. The president pulled the plug on military commissions at the start of his first term (only to reinstate them later).

 

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LISTEN : GOP Senate Candidate Takes a 9/11 Truther’s Questions: “Things Like This Have to Be Asked”

Greg Brannon, who is now a North Carolina Republican Senate candidate, wouldn’t say whether he thought the attacks on September 11, 2001 were an inside job—but, he said, “Things like this have to be asked.”

 

Israel did 9/11 – ALL THE PROOF IN THE WORLD

 

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Asia

Stench From Maylasia 370 Story Increases

FOX fires long-time executive over charity for relatives of missing passengers.

 

Japan steps up surveillance posture against China: Reports

Japan bolstered its military surveillance capabilities in the southern island region of Okinawa over the weekend, reports said, as territorial tensions with China simmer.

The nation’s armed forces, called the Self-Defence Forces, launched a squadron of four E-2C early warning planes at its air base in Naha on the main Okinawan island Sunday, the Jiji and Kyodo news agencies reported.

 

 

Four Chengguan Police Beaten to Death by Rioters in Southeastern China

I think there’s a lot we could learn from the Chinese. They still know how to deal with corrupt police. We in the west have had it beat out of our heads so we need to regain the ability to finally fight back badly.

What you see in these photos is a response to unceasing police brutality against the civilians by the Chengguan police – members of the City Urban Administrative and Law Enforcement Bureau in Guizhou province, southeastern China.

After the Chengguan had a man killed for filming their abuse of a female vendor in Wenzhou City, Zhejiang Province, the people rioted and beat at least four Chengguan to death. They encircled one of their little buses in which the inspectors move themselves around, broke in and beat slash stoned the living shit out of them.

Good for the Chinese!

 

Nearly 1,000 Outraged Chinese Beat Gov Officials : GRAPHIC Photos

 

THE NAZARENE

In honour of Good Friday I present a poem I wrote 30 years ago …

 

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The Economy

Cause of Suicide: Austerity

As governments across the world slash public goods in the name of austerity, a new study finds that such measures in Greece directly correspond with a rise in suicides among males.

 

Michael Lewis on Exposing Wall Street’s Biggest High-Tech Swindle:

 

5 Things to Know About How Corporations Block Access to Everything From Miracle Drugs to Science Research

In this wild and contested jungle of the law, which concerns things like patents and copyrights, questions about the implications of allowing limited monopolies on ideas are making headlines. Do they stifle innovation? Can they cause the public more harm than good? Trillions of dollars are at stake. Companies known as “patent trolls” are gobbling up patents, then going on lawsuit sprees and extracting fees against infringement. Corporations are using intellectual property law to squash competitors and block our access to things as vital as lifesaving drugs, to place restrictions on things as intimate as parts of the human body. Third World countries are kept from accessing essential public goods related to everything from food security to education.

6 Reasons Why Corporations Fail to Do the Right Thing

Four years ago yesterday, the Deepwater Horizon oil rig exploded, killing 11 men and spilling thousands of barrels of oil into the Gulf. This Thursday is the first anniversary of the Rana Plaza collapse in Bangladesh, which killed more than 1,100 garment workers.

What has happened in the time since these disasters? BP was barred from drilling in U.S. deepwater—until last month. Western clothing brands are upgrading Bangladeshi factories, but the fundamentals of their business haven’t changed: Brands outsource production to factories serving multiple clients in low-wage, low-regulation countries (not just Bangladesh).

 

$42,000 Prosthetic Hand OutPerformed By $50 Printed Cyborg Beast

Over the last several months, some of the more inspiring stories around 3D printing have had to do with the printing of prosthetic devices, particularly hands. From war torn Sudan, where 3D printing is making the lives of hundreds of injured children and young adults easier, to people here in the United States, who are saving significant amounts of money by 3D printing their own prosthetics, these stories certainly are eye openers.

 

Foreclosed Homeowner Beats Big Bank; Judge Voids Sale of Man’s Home

In the ongoing “war for plutocracy,” by which the Rothschild dynasty of financial pharaohs and the weasels of Wall Street seek to separate the common people from their property, the debt-slavers normally count on the dutiful support of the courts when turning distressed homeowners into America’s homeless. But Snohomish County, Washington Judge George N. Bowden showed both courage and character on January 30 when he voided the foreclosure sale of Jacob Bradburn’s home by giant Bank of America (BOA).

 

General Mills reverses controversial policy restricting consumer lawsuits

General Mills has reversed a controversial policy just a few days after posting new restrictions on consumers’ ability to sue the food company, a move that stirred a media frenzy after The New York Times first uncovered the legalese.

The reversal, announced in a statement to Al Jazeera, came shortly after the network aired a segment about the issue Saturday. In the General Mills policy posted on its website, the company had said customers who downloaded coupons, joined its online communities or subscribed to email alerts would give up their right to file class-action lawsuits.

“We’ve reverted back to our prior terms. There’s no mention of arbitration, and the provisions we had posted were never enforced. Nor will they be,” General Mills told Al Jazeera on Saturday. “We’re sorry we even started down this path … And we do hope you’ll accept our apology.”

 

Economic Imperialism and the One Word You Can’t Say

One reason the United States and the West aren’t particularly interested in defending their neoliberal policies is because by the time their effects are felt in a particular location, the world and its five-minute attention span has already moved on. Once the glamour of violence simmers down, the appetites of the bourgeoisie are sated. Whether Russia or Thailand or Korea or Chile or the Ukraine, the vicious coup d’état or knowingly-savage policy prescriptions that unlock a country’s economy quickly fade into obscurity. Into that fathomless swamp of imperial crimes. The media moves on to fresher fires, newer conflicts, and more entertaining waves of repression. Falling wages, rising prices, mass privatization, and vanishing tariffs are not newsworthy—at least when ‘newsworthy’ is defined by clicks and eyeballs. Who wants to listen to a cranky union vet opine on the evils of capitalist accumulation?

 

RBS to seek approval from the government to pay out hefty round of bumper bonuses to its top executives

Royal Bank of Scotland is expected to reveal it is seeking government approval to pay bonuses to favoured employees of twice their salaries, possibly as soon as this week, in a move that will reignite the controversy over banker rewards.

 

Camden, city of ruins: Depressing images of once-thriving metropolis reduced to decaying, crime-ridden rubble

These depressing images show how far an American industrial powerhouse has fallen.

Once an east coast centre credited with creating some of the nation’s largest warships, Camden in New Jersey is now a sad shadow of its former self.

The shipyards where 36,000 workers would ply their trade now lie empty, surrounded by thousands of decaying and abandoned homes.

 

The Meritocracy Myth: How the Super-Rich Really Make Their Money

Paul Buchheit
RINF Alternative News

Warren Buffett once claimed that the “genius of the American economy, our emphasis on a meritocracy and a market system and a rule of law has enabled generation after generation to live better than their parents did.” The Economist suggested that “people succeed through brains and hard work.” Economist Tyler Cowen believes in a “hyper-meritocracy” in which wealth is created by the most intelligent and motivated people.

 

BLOCKED BY FACEBOOK! All Wars Are Bankers’ Wars. Mike Rivero

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America’s Book of Secrets : The Gold Conspiracy

This is last Saturday’s episode in which I had a few comments. Be aware that, as of this episode, H2 is charging $1.99 to view the replay.

 

Spain’s ‘Robin Hood’ takes from the banks and gives to the disenfranchised

- They call him the Robin Hood of the banks, a man who took out dozens of loans worth almost half a million euros with no intention of ever paying them back.

 

Economists on Banks :

“If any other profession caused this kind of mayhem, the profession – whether homeopath, neurosurgeon – would have been banned and its members hunted down and imprisoned”

Rob Kirby: Fiat Money is Failing, Federal Reserve Fraud and More

 

The Dow Jones Index is the Greatest of All Ponzi Schemes

 

Barclays Latest To Exit Commodity Trading, Layoff Several Thousand Staff

With JPMorgan and Deutsche Bank having exited the commodities business (and numerous other banks discussing it ahead of the Fed and regulators’ decisions over banking rules of ownership), it appears a few short months of regulatory scrutiny is enough to warrant more broad-based cuts across bulge-bracket banks historically most manipulated and profitable business units.

 

Gas Prices Hit 13-Month Highs, Prompt Macro Concerns

At $3.67, US Regular gasoline prices are their highest since March 2013 having risen over 12% (40c) in the last 2 months. This must be great news, right? It must mean world demand is picking up and driving up prices of crude oil as global trade soars (amid a collapsing Baltic Dry and decelerating Chinese growth).

Ready For The Price Of Food To More Than Double By The End Of This Decade?

Do you think that the price of food is high now? Just wait. If current trends continue, many of the most common food items that Americans buy will cost more than twice as much by the end of this decade.

 

EU misdiagnosed the crisis, former Barroso advisor admits

In his new book, Philippe Legrain, a former adviser to European Commission President José Manuel Barroso, says European leaders are responsible for the record-high unemployment and rock-bottom growth afflicting the EU.

 

A mortuary of 7,000,000 foreclosures and counting: Nation still faces 9.1 million properties that are seriously underwater.

If a foreclosure happens in the wilderness, does it make a sound? It seems like people have conveniently forgotten that since the housing crisis hit we have witnessed more than 7,000,000+ foreclosures. Do you think these people believe the Fed is almighty and can stop a speeding train or turn water into wine? Apparently some people forget that the Fed failed to prevent the tech bust or the housing bust in the first place. Now, the Fed is somehow the cult leader and the leader will not let housing values fall. The nation still has 9.1 million seriously underwater homeowners on top of the more 7 million that have gone through foreclosure. It is abundantly clear that the mindless drivel of “buying is always a good decision” is just that.

 

Why Jesus Was REALLY Killed: Challenging the Money Changers

Jesus did not go to the temple to cleanse. He came to the temple to announce the destruction of a whole way of life. Those who operated the temple had no power to silence Jesus and put him to death. Those powers were held by the Roman retainers.

The charges that were leveled against him can be summed up as insurrection. There were three specific charges: encouraging non-payment of taxes, threatening to destroy property (the temple), and claiming to be a king. It was the temple incident that took Jesus from being an irritating, but harmless country rebel from the rural north to a nuisance in a city that controlled the great tradition. Rome’s retainers killed him on a cross.

In other words, Jesus wasn’t sentenced to death until he challenged the money changers.

Lincoln and Kennedy can identify!

 

 

We Are Now In Year 6 Of ZIRP As Fixed Investments Yield No Income

 

 

Infographic:: You’re probably making 10 percent less than you were ten years ago.

The top 0.01 percent is making 76.2 percent more.

 

 

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Middle East and Surrounds

KBR and Halliburton Can Be Sued For Iraq Toxic Burn Pits, Court Rules

KBR and Halliburton – two major U.S. military contractors – can be sued for the health impacts of trash incineration on U.S. soldiers who served in the war in Iraq, according to a new court decision that allows a series of 57 lawsuits against the companies to go forward.

The two companies have been paid some $40 billion for services provided to troops serving in the U.S. War on Terror throughout Central Asia and the Middle East in countries ranging from Afghanistan and Iraq to Kuwait and Uzbekistan. (Most of the contracts were implemented by KBR which was a subsidiary of Halliburton until 2007 when it was spun off into a separate company)

 

More progress in John Howard’s Iraq I see……………….KT

33 killed in insurgent attacks across Iraq

Thirty-three people were killed and some 50 others wounded in separate attacks across Iraq, including two suicide bombings on Monday, police and medical sources said.

Iran ready to give ‘unforgettable’ response to threats

Iran’s Defense Ministry says the country’s Armed Forces are prepared to give an “unforgettable” response to any actual enemy threat.

Peddler of Iraq War Lies Now Pushes Lies On Urkaine to Drum Up Confrontation with Russia

 

 

Iraq – US and Iraqi Special Forces in intense Firefight in Sadr City Baghdad

So the war in Iraq is still raging!

 

BDS MUSICAL WALKING TOUR AGAINST APARTHEID

On a sunny day, 100 New Yorkers marched through crowds of shoppers on Broadway in lower Manhattan today, chanting, singing and carrying signs calling for a boycott of Israel. The protesters stopped to sing boycott songs at Ricky’s, Best Buy, Crate and Barrel and Staples, stores that sell the Israeli settlement products Ahava and SodaStream, and at Israeli-owned businesses Aroma Espresso Bar and Max Brenner, both of which have ties to Israel’s military occupation.

ISRAEL’S PERPETUATION OF INJUSTICE IN PALESTINE

If night arrests of Palestinian youths go on, it will confirm the military courts are intended to perpetuate injustice.

Israel’s chief military prosecutor for the West Bank, Lieutenant Colonel Maurice Hirsch, declared in February that a new pilot programme would soon be implemented to provide an alternative to arresting Palestinian children from their homes at night. The pilot programme will rely on written summonses demanding Palestinian children appear for questioning at Israeli interrogation centres in the occupied West Bank.

A summons process, if implemented throughout the occupied West Bank, could potentially reduce the number of Palestinian child detainees that experience violence during their arrest, transfer and interrogation. While this could lead to practical improvements to the Israeli military detention system, recent evidence suggests that it may do little to stem violence and abuse of Palestinian child detainees by Israeli forces.

 

As the Light Unto the Nations

‘Israel is the light unto the nations’ says the Torah. Indeed it is, and not just because the Torah says so. Israel is ahead of everyone else in many fronts. Take for instance, terrorizing civilian populations and practicing some of the most devastating murderous tactics upon elders, women and young.

The Jerusalem Post reported yesterday that the Chairman of NATO’s Military Committee, Admiral Giampaolo Di Paola, visited Israel earlier this week to study “IDF tactics and methods that the military alliance can utilise for its war in Afghanistan.” A senior Israeli defence official added “The one thing on NATO’s mind today is how to win in Afghanistan… Di Paola was very impressed by the IDF, which is a major source of information due to our operational experience.”

 

Twitter bans two whistleblower accounts exposing government corruption after complaints from the Turkish government

Twitter appears to have blocked two anonymous accounts that were used to release secretly recorded conversations implicating Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and senior government officials in a damning corruption scandal.

 

US Drones Continue ‘Massive’ Operations in Third Day of Attacks

A suspected U.S. drone strike hit Yemen on Monday morning, the third such attack in as many days, killing people described as “militants” as part of “massive and unprecedented” operations targeting al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula.

 

Gaza Gets Miles Of Smiles Easter Gift! Blockade Breakthrough! YES!!

 

Israel detains thousands of army deserters every year

The Israel Defence Forces detain nearly 22,000 deserters and “undisciplined soldiers” every year, Haaretz newspaper revealed on Sunday. The paper said that nearly 13,000 of the soldiers are detained in army prisons while the rest are held inside military bases.

The paper quoted data from the Military Police, which revealed that around 400 escape attempts, rebellions and acts of violence occur inside army prisons annually. At least 13,452 soldiers were detained in 2013; 76 per cent of them were charged with evading military service, while 18 per cent were soldiers classified as “undisciplined” and 6 per cent had committed criminal offences.

According to the data, 13 per cent of detained soldiers are of Ethiopian origin although they represent only 3 per cent of the total personnel in the IDF.

Knesset candidate calls for bombing Aqsa Mosque’s Dome of the Rock

A Knesset candidate from the Habayit Hayehudi (Jewish house) party called for blowing up the Aqsa Mosque’s Dome of the Rock and building the alleged Jewish temple in its place.

According to Hatnua, a rival party, Habayit Hayehudi’s candidate Jeremy Gimpel, publically discussed the destruction of the Dome of the Rock and its replacement with a Jewish temple, during a recent lecture he gave in Florida.

A video of the lecture was broadcast on the Israeli channel 2 on Friday. Gimpel is heard asking those attending the lecture to imagine a scenario in which the Dome of the Rock “was bombed” to make room for the alleged Jewish temple.

 

Syria starts registration of presidential hopefuls

People’s Assembly of Syria has called on candidates to register for the country’s upcoming presidential elections.

According to the speaker of the assembly, Mohammad Jihad Lahham, the presidential vote for Syrians inside the country will be held on June 3, the official SANA news agency reported on Monday.

Voting for Syrians living outside the Arab country will take place on May 28, he added, noting that candidates seeking to run for president could register their candidacy from April 22 to May 1.

Damascus has insisted that it will hold the elections despite the foreign-backed militancy that has plagued the country for more than three years.

 

Another US drone strike kills nearly 20 people in Yemen

 

How the West Gassed Thousands to Death in Damascus

The Chemical attack was premeditated conspiracy to mire Syria in a sectarian bloodbath for the purpose of achieving regime change in Damascus and undermining neighboring Iran.

 

BEX Alert: Hollande: Indications that Assad still using chemical weapons

French President Francois Hollande said on Sunday that France has indications that the Syrian regime of President Bashar Assad is still using chemical weapons, though it still lacks proof.

In an interview with the Europe 1 radio station, Hollande said that France has “some elements of information” regarding the use of chemical weapons by Syria, but “I do not have proof so I cannot give it here.”

Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius also spoke of new “information, that needs to be verified, that there have been chemical attacks recently.

 

Humanitarian aid convoy enters Gaza Strip

A convoy of Arab and European activists has arrived in the besieged Gaza Strip, in an effort to break an ongoing Israeli blockade of the coastal enclave, Press TV reports.

The international humanitarian convoy dubbed “Miles of Smiles 26” arrived in the besieged Gaza Strip through the Rafah crossing on Sunday and will stay there for a few days. More than thirty activists from Arab and European countries are carrying humanitarian aid and medical supplies for hospitals in Gaza.

 

If talks fail, Abbas said to be weighing dissolution of Oslo, PA

Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas has reportedly threatened to dissolve the PA and disband Palestinian security forces operating in the West Bank if peace negotiations with Israel fail, a move which would create huge security and diplomatic problems for Israel.

Which would leave HAMAS as the de facto government of all Palestine.

 

Israeli forces attack Palestinian worshippers in al-Aqsa

Israeli forces have once again attacked Palestinian worshippers at al-Aqsa Mosque compound in East al-Quds (Jerusalem).

Witnesses said the Israeli troops on Sunday used tear gas and sound bombs to disperse the worshippers in the compound. Sixteen people were also arrested.

The clashes erupted when a group of extremist Israeli settlers along with a Knesset (Israeli parliament) member entered the holy site. The move triggered clashes with Israeli troops raiding the compound to protect the settlers.

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Health and the Environment

 The Forecast for UK’s Coast: Radioactive

New revelations reveal a near certain threat of flooding and erosion that will cause radioactive pollution from a coastal nuclear waste dump in the UK.

In operation since 1959, the Low Level Waste Repository (LLWR) near Drigg in Cumbria houses nuclear waste from the nearby Sellafield nuclear reprocessing site in addition to military, hospital and oil industry nuclear waste.

 

Gasoline better for environment than corn biofuels, study says

Contrary to popular ‘green’ beliefs, a study funded by the US federal government argues that corn-based biofuels are actually worse for the environment than gasoline, as they emit more greenhouse gasses and deplete soil carbon.

The $500,000 peer-reviewed analysis by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, published in an issue of the journal Nature Climate Change, claims that cellulosic biofuels like ethanol, produced from residue, the byproduct of harvested corn (left-over leaves, cobs etc.) lead to a 7-percent increase in emissions, as well as 62 grams above the 60-percent reduction in greenhouse gas emissions stipulated in the law on energy targets of 2007.

 

BP caps cash pipeline to research worst oil spill in US history

BP, the fifth largest company in the world, is refusing to foot the bill for US government-sponsored studies into its 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil disaster, including research into its impact on marine life, according to documents seen by the Financial Times.

 

Fukushima radiation killing our children, govt hides truth – former mayor

Katsutaka Idogawa, former mayor of Futaba, a town near the disabled Fukushima nuclear plant, is warning his country that radiation contamination is affecting Japan’s greatest treasure – its children.

Asked about government plans to relocate the people of Fatuba to the city of Iwaki, inside the Fukushima prefecture, Idogawa criticized the move as a “violation of human rights.”

Compared with Chernobyl, radiation levels around Fukushima “are four times higher,” he told RT’s Sophie Shevardnadze, adding that “it’s too early for people to come back to Fukushima prefecture.”

“It is by no means safe, no matter what the government says.”

 

The Power of Edible Flowers to Inhibit Chronic Diseases

by Jeffrey Green

The subject of edible flowers is taking on renewed interest as modern scientific research is being conducted to look into the health benefits from their components. Edible flowers have been a part of the standard diet to varying degrees all across the world, but have largely been forgotten in modern-day America…

 

Our terrifying addiction to antidepressants: GPs dole out 25% more ‘happy pills’ in just three years

Britons are increasingly relying on antidepressants – with the number of prescriptions soaring by a quarter in just three years.

NHS figures reveal that 53million were issued last year – a record high – compared with just 42.8million in 2010, and 20.1million in 1999.

Some psychiatrists say that people suffering what used to be a bout of the everyday blues are now being diagnosed with a medical condition and prescribed treatment.

There is also concern that GPs are handing out pills such as Prozac and Seroxat too freely when they should be referring patients for counselling or other therapies.

 

Top Nuclear Official: “Ground sinking” beneath Fukushima reactor buildings a concern — Gov’t experts looking closely at risks from changes to flow of underground water

 

Monsanto’s Dream Bill is a Nightmare for State GMO Labeling Efforts

Last week, Representative Mike Pompeo (R-KS) introduced the “Safe and Accurate Food Labeling Act of 2014” (HR 4432), a brainchild of the Grocery Manufacturers Association (GMA) that would serve as a real road block to the thousands of people who have been fighting for the right to know what’s in their food. This piece of legislation would make voluntary (not mandatory) labeling for genetically engineered foods the national standard, ensure that GMOs can be ambiguously labeled as “natural,” create its own rules for non-GMO labeling and, most heinously, preempt all state efforts to require labeling of GMO foods.

 

BP Gets an Anniversary Gift From the Obama Administration

Sunday April 20th is the fourth anniversary of the Deepwater Horizon explosion, which killed 11 workers and dumped over 4.9 million barrels of oil into the Gulf of Mexico over a three month period in 2010.
You wouldn’t think that the London-based company that spilled the oil would get an anniversary gift from the federal government. But the Environmental Protection Agency has just given BP a big one. The EPA ruled that the corporation could start bidding on lucrative new oil leases in the Gulf of Mexico after having been suspended from doing any new business with the government ever since the accident.

 

Man, 98, free from lung cancer for over 30 years: eats foods from his own garden, never had chemotherapy

When Greek native Stamatis Moraitis was living in the United States, he was diagnosed with lung cancer and told he had just nine months to live. At the time, he was in his mid-sixties.

Here’s a glimpse at his timeline, but don’t worry about breaking out a box of tissues: six months into his journey, he started feeling significantly better. Twenty five years later, when he went to visit his U.S. doctors during a trip from his native Greek Island, Ikaria, he learned that his doctors had died. Today, he’s living life to the fullest as a vibrant 98-year old.

 

 

SEED WARS! Latin America Strikes Back Against Monsanto!

 

 

Canada decides not to allow release of GM alfalfa this spring

Roundup Ready alfalfa will not be available to Canadian growers this spring. Farmers from Ontario to Manitoba have decried the release of this genetically modified strain of alfalfa into agriculture, citing contamination problems. The National Farmers Union of Canada has brought forth valid concerns about the approval process for genetically modified crops.

 

Fukushima No. 1 Boss Admits Water Woes Out of Control

OKUMA, FUKUSHIMA PREF. – The manager of the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant admits to embarrassment that repeated efforts have failed to bring under control the problem of radioactive water, eight months after Prime Minister Shinzo Abe told the world the matter had been resolved.

 

 

Ebola suspected in Europe: “Broken through all containment efforts”

Though officials at the World Health Organization are feverishly working to stop the spread of the Ebola virus in what is now seven African nations, their efforts may be for naught. In Guinea, a hot spot for the deadly contagion, government health officials have said that the outbreak is nearly under control. Yet, Reuters reports that the government “planned to stop publicly releasing the death toll to avoid causing unnecessary panic.”

 

Bigger Pharma: Pfizer proposes $100 billion takeover of AstraZeneca

U.S. pharmaceutical giant Pfizer (PFE.N) has approached British rival AstraZeneca (AZN.L) to propose a 60 billion pound ($101 billion) takeover, Britain’s Sunday Times reported. The paper cited senior investment bankers and industry sources saying that informal conversations about a deal had taken place between the two but that no talks were currently under way after AstraZeneca resisted the approach.

 

Deformed piglets from Roundup-contaminated feed shown on Danish TV

[Ib:] “Here are my deformed piglets that I have from the pig house. Typically the deformities are cranial and spinal. This is one that was born with a hole in the head between the eyes.”

According to Ib Borup Pedersen these piglets are deformed, because these piglets have eaten soya that contained glyphosate.

[Ib:] “We have sent some of them to Germany to be examined and they have actually been found to contain glyphosate in their internal organs, in their muscles, liver, kidneys and intestines.”

And he is also convinced that, we, humans can be harmed, if we eat meat that contains glyphosate.

 

Alberta Moves to Strike Down Anti-fracking Activist’s Lawsuit

An Alberta government lawyer argued in court this week that Jessica Ernst’s lawsuit on hydraulic fracturing and groundwater contamination should be struck down on the grounds that it would open a floodgate of litigation against the province.

“There could be millions or billions of dollars worth of damages,” argued Crown counsel Neil Boyle.

Seven years ago, oil patch consultant Ernst sued Alberta Environment, the Energy Resources Conservation Board and Encana, one of Canada’s largest shale gas drillers, over the contamination of her well water and the failure of government authorities to properly investigate the contamination.

Ebola – Protection against filovirus diseases by a novel broad-spectrum nucleoside analogue BCX4430

Here we show that BCX4430, a novel synthetic adenosine analogue, inhibits infection of distinct filoviruses in human cells. Biochemical, reporter-based and primer-extension assays indicate that BCX4430 inhibits viral RNA polymerase function, acting as a non-obligate RNA chain terminator. Post-exposure intramuscular administration of BCX4430 protects against Ebola virus and Marburg virus disease in rodent models. Most importantly, BCX4430 completely protects cynomolgus macaques from Marburg virus infection when administered as late as 48 hours after infection.

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Politics, Spying, Privacy, Internet Security

 

Cliven Bundy Says Feds are the “Domestic Terrorists”

 

Indicted Businessman Names Harry Reid as Alleged Recipient of Massive Bribe

A Utah businessman is rocking both state and national politics after claiming Utah Attorney General John Swallow helped him broker a deal with Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid to make a federal investigation into his company quietly disappear, the Salt Lake Tribune reports.

Jeremy Johnson was allegedly told that the price would be $600,000, and claims to have made an initial payment of $250,000 when he was slapped with a federal lawsuit. Now he says he wants his money back.

 

Appeals Court Orders Release of Targeted Killing Memo

For the first time, a federal appeals court has ordered the government to release a crucial legal memo relating to U.S. targeted killing operations, reversing a lower court decision that upheld the government’s secrecy claims despite characterizing them as the stuff of “Alice in Wonderland.”

Police officer trips, pushes students after soccer match; police investigating

Vandegrift High School won their first soccer state championship Saturday. If you look at the video attached with this story, you can see what appears to be a uniformed Georgetown police officer tripping and pushing students as they rush onto the field after the win.

 

Bush and Obama Are Both Evil Men

Singling out the last two presidents as evil is not to let other U.S. government officials, past and present, off the hook. It is only to focus on recent, visible and incontrovertible instances of evil deeds done by evil men.

Bush lied the U.S. into a vicious and aggressive war against Iraq. He’s responsible for a huge number of deaths and injuries.

 

BLM’s secret drone plan to take Bundy Ranch

Nevada’s Great White Father, Harry Reid, says he has met with the Department of Justice, the Department of the Interior, the NSA, the IRS, the FDA, the Bureau of Land Management’s SWAT division and, if my sources are correct, Seal Team 6 to create a new coordinated plan for rounding up the undocumented Bundy Ranch cattle from public lands.

I’ve obtained the secret plan of attack.

Sen. Harry Reid’s baseless ‘domestic terror’ accusations

The Senate majority leader who called President Bush a “loser” and a “liar,” declared former Federal Reserve chairman Alan Greenspan a “political hack” and asserted that all Obamacare horror stories are “untrue” has now called Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy and his supporters “domestic terrorists.”

The comparison is as noxious as it is absurd. Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh was a domestic terrorist. The Unabomber was a domestic terrorist. Centennial Olympic Park bomber Eric Rudolph was a domestic terrorist. To equate Bundy and his supporters with these murderers is, quite simply, appalling.

 

USING MAFIA TACTICS, Bloomberg Conspires to Completely Disarm Americans

Through a coalition designed to deceive the public, former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg is currently pushing for gun confiscations across America which will cause violent crimes against disarmed Americans to explode.

Bloomberg’s ultimate goal for nationwide gun bans was recently revealed by Poughkeepsie, N.Y. Mayor John Tkazyik, who left Bloomberg’s Mayors Against Illegal Guns coalition after realizing it was simply a front to destroy gun rights.

Founded in 2006 by Bloomberg and former Boston Mayor Thomas Menino, Mayors Against Illegal Guns recruits U.S. mayors into its gun control agenda under the guise of “making communities safer” through gun control laws.

Yet as we’ve seen time and time again, gun control only encourages criminals who wantonly ignore laws to commit violence against defenseless Americans.

 

People forget that the FBI is the NSA’s primary partner in domestic spying, which allows them to work in secret

 

 

Check out the IRS’s stunning admission of its own mafia tactics

In the 3rd century AD, Emperor Caracalla famously remarked of Rome’s tax policy:

“For as long as we have this,” pointing to his sword, “we shall not run out of money.” (Of course, Rome did run out of money. )

At the time, Roman taxation was so extractive that it drove people into poverty and desperation. Yet the government continued to forcibly plunder wealth at the point of a sword.

Not much has changed.

 

The Bundy Paradigm: Will You Be a Rebel, Revolutionary or a Slave?

Those tempted to write off the standoff at the Bundy Ranch as little more than a show of force by militia-minded citizens would do well to reconsider their easy dismissal of this brewing rebellion. This goes far beyond concerns about grazing rights or the tension between the state and the federal government.

Breaking – Obama Plans Clemency for “Hundreds, Perhaps Thousands” of People Sentenced for Drug Law Violations

 

Bribery-case Democrat: ‘It’s just human nature’

A longtime anti-firearm politician in California who was charged with gun trafficking and corruption for allegedly accepting bribes thinks taxpayers should pay for his political campaigns.

 

Diamond Bar Ranch in NM Seized by US Forest Service

The Diamond Bar Ranch was acquired by the Laney family in 1986, and its adjacent Laney Cattle Company was allowed to utilize grazing lands since 1883. According to the US Forest Service, however, they are no longer entitled to do so, and the USFS has posted notices along the fence line of their property advising people not to attempt to enter the ranch. Lands are being seized, and the cattle removed, “one way or the other.”

Now they say that the cattle may be redeemed if the Laney’s pay for the costs of rounding up the 80 head of cattle… a hefty $40,950.

Reductions in the herds, loss of appeals, a hard life all because of a fish

Originally, the Laney property was just 115 acres surrounded by around 144,000 acres of public lands for which Mr. Laney paid grazing rights. But after a “study” by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service decided that the lands could not sustain his 1,188 head of cattle, the Forest Service reduced his cattle herd to a meager 300 head.

Same crap they pulled with Bundy, reneging on the grazing rights deal, and cutting the size of his herd to drive him out of business so his land would be available to political cronies or used for collateralizing more government borrowing.

Jonathan Pollard—Fry Him, Don’t Free Him

By Jim Traficant —

I expected it. It was only a matter of time. The Obama administration is finally succumbing to the powerful arm of Israel. Our government has initiated dialogue that will ultimately release the American traitor and Israeli spy, Jonathan Pollard.

What Israel wants, Israel gets.

ALERT – SHERIFF MACK CONFIRMS: FEDS ARE PLANNING TO RAID BUNDY HOMES

 

 

Chicago once again proving gun control is working after 9 people and 36 injured over the holiday weekend.

 

Unpunished: The CIA’s Felony War Crimes

The United States Senate’s decision to let the public see a summary of its report on the Central Intelligence Agency’s (CIA) torture program following the September 11 attacks hides the fact Congress and the White House are happy to let people guilty of ordering and committing war crimes walk free. That is the stark truth ignored in all the mass media coverage of the Senate Intelligence Committee’s 11-3 vote to declassify 500 pages of the 6,300 pages of its shocking torture report.

 

$26 Billion Dollars for the Jewish Lobby: Just the Tip of the Iceberg

Dr. David Duke.

This is of real importance for everyone who wishes to understand how the Jewish lobby in America works, and how it uses American money—and taxpayers—to keep the racist Jews-only state of Israel in business.

Obama Cracks Down on Transparency

The Director of National Intelligence has forbidden most intelligence community employees from discussing “intelligence-related information” with a reporter unless they have specific authorization to do so, according to an Intelligence Community Directive that was issued last month.

“IC employees… must obtain authorization for contacts with the media” on intelligence-related matters, and “must also report… unplanned or unintentional contact with the media on covered matters,” the Directive stated.

 

Facial recognition – coming soon to a shopping mall near you

Technology giant NEC’s Hong Kong branch is promoting a small, “easy to install” appliance which will enable businesses to monitor their customers based on facial recognition.

 

Why People don’t file complaints against police civil rights violations

It can indeed seem like a daunting, confusing, and burdensome task to file an official complaint against a cop. That is why most people in America don’t take any official action when their rights are violated. People are busy and burdened with the obligations of everyday life and providing for their families, so they most often just gripe about it and ‘let it slide.’

I fully understand all this, which is why I make it a specific goal to encourage everyone to take action when their rights are violated.

THE NAZARENE

In honour of Good Friday I present a poem I wrote 30 years ago …

THE RESURRECTION OF THE disHONOURABLE JOSEPH McCARTHY … Full length movie

It started with THIS …

And Continues with THIS …

 

American’s doped-up apathy and media spin

This simmering boil is getting to me. Either blow up or shut up! I hear complaints from people everywhere I go but they are all too afraid to protest.

What are they afraid of? they will lose what little they have left anyway!

 

David Brooks Speculates That Obama Has ‘Manhood’ Problem In Middle East

DAVID BROOKS: And, let’s face it, Obama, whether deservedly or not, does have a (I’ll say it crudely) but a manhood problem in the Middle East: Is he tough enough to stand up to somebody like Assad, somebody like Putin? I think a lot of the rap is unfair. But certainly in the Middle East, there’s an assumption he’s not tough.

Okay David, if you really feel that way, here’s your parachute…

 

Big Brother ‘spy car’ is watching parking sites

A £30,000 ‘spy car’ is being used by Oxford City Council to catch motorists who fail to pay their parking fees.

The council bought a Citroen Berlingo last March and has kitted it out with cameras that scan motorists’ number plates in its car parks to alert wardens if a fee has not been paid.

Oklahoma To Charge “Privilege Tax” For Going Off Grid

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Activists want net neutrality, NSA spying debated at Internet conference

A campaign on the Internet is objecting to the exclusion of issues like net neutrality, the cyberweapons arms race and surveillance by the U.S. National Security Agency from the discussion paper of an Internet governance conference this week in Sao Paulo, Brazil.

A significant section of the participants are also looking for concrete measures and decisions at the conference rather than yet another statement of principles.

 

Why Hobbs — a town of 35,000 people — needs a SWAT team

Complete with a video of SWAT cops shooting and destroying things, set to heavy metal music. The statement in the video that “The rules of engagement of SWAT are simple: Defeat the enemy . . . any way you can” is also troubling.

Since when did the people of the United States become “the enemy?”

 

I Wanna Be A Pirate

The video that goes with one of our bumper clips. A lot of people feeling this way these days!

 

Ranchers Under 24-Hour Surveillance…for What??

 

Fox Executive Darlene Tipton Fired Over Flight 370 Charity Email

A veteran Fox executive who used her company email account to plan aid for loved ones of the missing Malaysian airplane’s passengers has been fired.

Darlene Tipton, who was vice president of standards and practices for the Fox Cable Networks Group, said Saturday she had wanted to arrange swift financial aid to families and other loved ones, sparing them lengthy court fights. She said she began by emailing Sarah Bajc, an American whose boyfriend, Philip Wood, was a passenger on Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 and who has made frequent TV appearances since the plane’s March 8 disappearance.

Fox spokesman Scott Grogin said Tipton’s “conduct and communications” violated company policy. Citing privacy concerns, he declined to discuss particulars, but he said, “As soon as we became aware, we took appropriate steps.” He confirmed that Tipton has left the company.

Obama Endorses a Forgery

On Friday, April 18, President Obama voiced his righteous indignation over anti-Semitic fliers pasted on synagogue walls in the pro-Russian eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk. The fliers, calling on all Jews to register or face expulsion, had appeared the day before and were instantly denounced by Donetsk leaders as a gross provocation and a forgery.

 

Chicago: Doctoring The Crime Rate To Mask Democrat Party Failures

Over Easter weekend in Chicago 9 people were killed and 26 wounded in shootings. Apparently gun control isn’t working out to well. This news might comes a surprise to some who believe the crime statistics reported by Rahm Emanuel’s city hall. Chicago magazine examined the city’s crime stats and made an amazing discovery:

Chicago conducted a 12-month examination of the Chicago Police Department’s crime statistics going back several years, poring through public and internal police records and interviewing crime victims, criminologists, and police sources of various ranks. We identified 10 people, including Groves, who were beaten, burned, suffocated, or shot to death in 2013 and whose cases were reclassified as death investigations, downgraded to more minor crimes, or even closed as noncriminal incidents—all for illogical or, at best, unclear reasons.

 

The computer viruses coming soon to a TV near you

TV sets are vulnerable to the kind of damage malicious software has already affected desktop and laptop computers, says Eugene Kaspersky

Top Nuclear Official: “Ground sinking” beneath Fukushima reactor buildings a concern — Gov’t experts looking closely at risks from changes to flow of underground water

Albuquerque Police Shot and Killed Another Suspect

The incident marks APD’s third fatal police shooting of the year.

Aggression Runs Rampant among Politicians in Washington

Recent examples.

Senator Chris Murphy (on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee): “I think the time is now to rapidly ratchet up our sanctions, whether it’s on Russian petrochemical companies or on Russian banks.”

“Senator Bob Corker of Tennessee, the top-ranking Republican on the committee, said on the same program yesterday the administration should impose sanctions on Russia’s energy and banking industries unless there’s an immediate withdrawal of Russian troops from the Ukraine border.”

John Kerry (Secretary of State) “…if we’re not able to see progress on the immediate efforts to be able to implement the principles of this agreement this weekend, then we will have no choice but to impose further costs on Russia.”

 

ENDLESS WAR AND THE SURVEILLANCE STATE

 

Too Big to Jail? Why Kidnapping, Torture, Assassination, and Perjury Are No Longer Crimes in Washington.

How the mighty have fallen. Once known as “Obama’s favorite general,” James Cartwright will soon don a prison uniform and, thanks to a plea deal, spend 13 months behind bars. Involved in setting up the earliest military cyberforce inside U.S. Strategic Command, which he led from 2004 to 2007, Cartwright also played a role in launching the first cyberwar in history — the release of the Stuxnet virus

John Paul Stevens: Change Second Amendment to Remove “Any Limits” on Government Power

 

 

Gun Owner Kills Another Damn Thief! “Another One Bites The Dust”

 

Why No One Wants to Hack for the US Government

The FBI and Pentagon plan to hire 6,000 cybersecurity professionals by 2016, but they’re having a really rough time recruiting people to work for them. There could be many reasons why – low pay, not enough American-born resources – but it all might really come down to one thing: that the US treats hackers as the worst possible criminals. So why would a hacker want to work for them? The Resident discusses.

Bundy Ranch Facebook page

My Name is Bailey Bundy Logue. I am Cliven Bundy’s daughter. I am the administrator of this page and our blog. This is the page we started so you the people could get accurate updates from the Bundy Ranch. You are getting so much information that is incorrect and misleading from misguided sources. So I ask, once again, IF YOU DO NOT GET YOUR INFO FROM US PERSONALLY OR FROM THIS BLOG, IT IS OUR DESIRE THAT YOU NOT PASS IT ON.

Bundy Ranch Blogspot

Saturday, April 19, 2014
Digging up 1 of the HUGE holes where they threw the cows

that they had ran to death or shot.

I feel that this NEEDS to be put out for the public to see.

 

Can We Please Stop Criminalising Childhood?

On Easter Sunday, police were called to deal with children committing the appallingly anti-social act of building a den in a wooded area near their Northumbrian home.

The group of girls were busy making their tree house in Warkworth Woods when local dog walkers called police reporting children ‘dragging wood into the wood’. Police arrived on the scene and the children were stopped in their tracks. A mother of one of the children involved has spoken to the media in protest at the ridiculous over reaction – saying it underscores the growing trend to criminalise childhood itself.

 

What’s Next for the Bundys?

The federal response will definitely come. It will likely be in three areas; two of which don’t involve the Bundys specifically. First, a multi-faceted attack will be made on the Bundys; second, a broad-front regulatory response against other land users will be made for the purpose of retaliation against the whole group and as a deterrent; and third, new provocateur deployments will probably be made across the West into similar situations.

 

Hillary Clinton blamed in USAID memos outlining chaos in Afghanistan aid

In internal government documents with potential repercussions for the 2016 presidential election, top officials at the U.S. Agency for International Development repeatedly cited former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton for setting into motion a policy to waive restrictions on who could receive U.S. aid in Afghanistan, resulting in millions of dollars in U.S. funds going directly into the coffers of Afghan ministries known to be rife with corruption.

 

BOSTON STRONG: A Celebration of the Police State

… the Rubicon was crossed in Boston with the live rollout of martial law in America and the realization of Captain Bryant’s implied threat to Deckard in the sci-fi classic Blade Runner that “if you’re not cop you’re little people”.

“Boston Strong” is a slogan that was created as part of the reaction to the Boston Marathon bombings in April 2013

Congressman Takes on AIPAC and Gets Thrown in Prison

 

Eyes Over Compton: How Police Spied on a Whole City

A sergeant in the L.A. County Sheriff’s Department compared the experiment to Big Brother, even though he went ahead with it willingly. Is your city next?

NJ Student Recieves 5 Hours of Psychiatric Testing for “Twirling Pencil Like a Gun”

 

Martin Armstrong Asks “Do The Feds Really Own The Land In Nevada?”

REPLY: The truth behind Nevada is of course just a quagmire of politics.

Economists on Banks :

“If any other profession caused this kind of mayhem, the profession – whether homeopath, neurosurgeon – would have been banned and its members hunted down and imprisoned”

 

Photography is Not a Crime Crew Member Under Investigation by Fusion Center for Video Recording Cops

What happens when you’re good at videotaping police misconduct in Florida?

Humanitarian aid convoy enters Gaza Strip

A convoy of Arab and European activists has arrived in the besieged Gaza Strip, in an effort to break an ongoing Israeli blockade of the coastal enclave, Press TV reports.

The international humanitarian convoy dubbed “Miles of Smiles 26” arrived in the besieged Gaza Strip through the Rafah crossing on Sunday and will stay there for a few days. More than thirty activists from Arab and European countries are carrying humanitarian aid and medical supplies for hospitals in Gaza.

Scottish independence campaign gaining ground: Polls

Recent polls have revealed that support for Scottish independence is gaining among voters five months before the September referendum that could lead to Scotland’s secession from the United Kingdom.

An ICM poll for today’s Scotland newspaper on Sunday showed support for independence stands at 39 percent, while opposition has dropped four points to 42%. Apart from people who had no idea, the results are 52-48 in favor of keeping Scotland in the UK.

 

Glenn Greenwald Explains What Kind Of Threat He Faces By Coming To The United States

 

 

Warrantless bag searches become ubiquitous for Boston subway, bus travelers

Warrantless bag searches at have become commonplace at travel checkpoints in Boston as concerns for Homeland Security have overridden citizens’ right to be free of unreasonable searches. Travelers are forced to “security inspections” of their handbags, briefcases, and other personal possessions.

 

The Censorship Dispute That Toppled the Technology Subreddit

For the past several months, an auto-moderation bot in the subreddit has been automatically removing posts with any of the following words in the title:

“Manning”, “Snowden”, “NSA”, “N.S.A.”, “National Security Agency”, “spying”, “spies”, “Spy agency”, “Spy agencies”, “?????? ????”, “White House”, “Obama”, “0bama”, “CIA”, “FBI”, “GCHQ”, “DEA”, “FCC”, “Congress”, “Supreme Court”, “State Department”, “State Dept”, “Pentagon”, “Assange”, “Wojciech”, “Braszczok”, “Front page”, “Comcast”, “Time Warner”, “TimeWarner”, “AT&T”, “Obamacare”, “davidreiss666″, “maxwellhill”, “anutensil”, “Bitcoin”, “bitcoins”, “dogecoin”, “MtGox”, “US government”, “U.S. government”, “federal judge”, “legal reason”, “Homeland”, “Senator”, “Senate”, “Congress”, “Appeals Court”, “US Court”, “EU Court”, “U.S. Court”, “E.U. Court”, “Net Neutrality”, “Net-Neutrality”, “Federal Court”, “the Court”, “Reddit”, “flappy”, “CEO”, “Startup”, “ACLU”, “Condoleezza”

The Reason We Fight The Powers That Shouldn’t Be

This Incredible Animation Was Made By Code That Could Fit on a Floppy

This is no 20 GB video file, painstakingly pulled from a render farm. All of it was generated in real time by one tiny algorithm. And it’s amazing.

Every Easter, the town of Saarbrücken, Germany, plays host to Revision, a demoparty where hundreds of programmers and artists get together for four days of showing off. This year, the demoscene group Mercury unveiled an incredible 64k intro called The Timeless. Since the file size is limited to 64 kilobytes, the graphics and music are all generated algorithmically in real time—this is called procedural generation.

“Dealy Plaza that day was just packed with assassins from all over the place.” (video shows who they were)

Back in 1973, Richard Nixon was tape recorded worrying about the truth coming out about “that Bay of Pigs thing.”

What the heck was he talking about and why was he so worried? For the first time ever, we answer that question is greater detail than you’ve probably ever heard.

When Nixon was Vice President under Eisenhower, Eisenhower gave him the job of putting together a global assassination team to look after America’s interests. One of their first projects was providing logistics, training, and intelligence for the Bay of Pigs invasion. When that failed, they went after Castro.

Along the way, they killed a few other folks like John F Kennedy and then his brother Robert F. Kennedy and Martin Luther King.

The same team of people were involved in all three assassinations as well as countless other murders and “dirty tricks” of various kinds.

http://www.brasschecktv.com/videos/assassination-studies-1/the-assassi…

 

US ripe for revolution, Anon planning May Op

With the drums of war being beaten in Washington, the economy in tatters and about to collapse and a government which is not representative of the people and only serves the interests of banks and corporations, the American people are coming to a point where they are ready to stand up and revolt.

Beware US Government agents provocateurs trying to start violence to justify martial law.

 

WIKILEAKS: NSA Spying Expands to Hotel Rooms

 

The 1% Wants to Ban Sleeping in Cars Because It Hurts Their ‘Quality of Life’ – Depriving homeless people of their last shelter in life is Silicon Valley at its worst.

 

This Is Our Land! – Bundy Battle Statewide Movement – Western State Vs Fed

#BundyRanch – ‘The case for a little sedition’

Government Hypocrisy, Thinly Disguised

Last week, the headlines defied parody. In Washington, the U.S. Census Bureau conceded that it has changed its annual survey questions to make it impossible to determine whether Obamacare is succeeding in increasing the number of Americans who have health insurance.

“Ideally,” an unnamed agency bureaucrat wrote, “the redesign would have had at least a few years to gather base line and trend data.” Gee, you think?

 

A globalist is a satanist

The more things change, the more things stay the same. Heed my warning: Anyone who tried to rob you of your freedom serves Satan because the loss of the freedom to choose is antithetical to the word of God.

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Europe and The UK

Courtesy www.whatreallyhappened.com

News you won’t read, see or hear in the Australian mainstream media.

THOUGHT FOR THE DAY!

“In national as in individual dealings, more liberality will, perhaps, be found in voluntary regulations than in those which are measured out by the strict letter of a treaty, which, whenever it becomes onerous, is made by forced construction to mean anything or nothing, engenders disputes and brings on war.” — Thomas Jefferson to Alexander, Emperor of Russia, 1804.

‘Kiev desperately pushing for greater conflict with Russia’

The Ukrainian authorities seek to escalate conflict with Russia so as to call for the support of the West, NATO and the EU, while Right Sector plays the role of the illegal infantry of the Kiev government, journalist Manuel Ochsenreiter told RT.

New Silk Road: China, Russia strengthen trade ties amid Western sanctions

With US calling for tougher sanctions on Russia, Moscow is turning to China for future business deals. Russian President Putin will pay a visit to China next month to seal a gas deal. China expert Andrew Leung believes the doors are opening on a long partnership. This could shift international economic landscape.

ALERT: US Ground Troops To Be Sent To Poland, Estonia

 

Confronting Both Russia and China ‘Strategic Mistake’ for US – Russian Lawmaker

The United States runs the risk of making a huge foreign policy blunder by simultaneously antagonizing two major world powers, Russia and China, a senior Russian lawmaker wrote on Twitter Monday.

 

The Forecast for UK’s Coast: Radioactive

New revelations reveal a near certain threat of flooding and erosion that will cause radioactive pollution from a coastal nuclear waste dump in the UK.

In operation since 1959, the Low Level Waste Repository (LLWR) near Drigg in Cumbria houses nuclear waste from the nearby Sellafield nuclear reprocessing site in addition to military, hospital and oil industry nuclear waste.

 

Lavrov: It’s impossible to isolate Russia

“Isolation has never done anyone any good,” Russia’s minister of foreign affairs said

Anti-Semitic PSYWAR Hits Ukraine

Opposing a government is not easy. They have tanks, weapons of mass destruction and can falsify any document. They can stage attacks, decoys and provocations. Governments can maim and kill easier and faster than a ninja. “It was a hit-and-run event,” the police report read.

Standing on the path of an attacking government is not easy. It demands faith strong enough to stand against the personal attacks that will follow by those who cannot defend otherwise their institutional crimes. It demands to be ready for martyrdom.

 

Five weeks away from WWIII

Ukraine’s first president, Leonid Kravchuk, believes that Russia could usher in the end of the world as we know it, if Vladimir Putin doesn’t back down

 

This Timely Documentary May Shine Some More Light On The Current Tensions In The Ukraine, Syria & The East China Sea Archipelago

 

 

 

US ambassador to Kosovo hired by construction firm he lobbied for

A US ambassador to Kosovo, who lobbied for the construction of a $1bn road through the war-torn country, has taken up a post with the American construction giant that secured the lucrative contract.

Christopher Dell, a career diplomat nominated by Barack Obama to represent the US in Pristina, was employed by the Bechtel Corporation, which he helped win a contract to build a highway to neighbouring Albania.

Dell took on a role as an African country manager with Bechtel late last year, months after ending a three-decade career at the State Department.

 

Insider: Greek Nationalist Party Framed

• False imprisonment of Golden Dawn party members exposed.

The resignation on April 2 of General Secretary Takis Baltakos, a top aide to Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras, over the release of a videotape by Golden Dawn (GD) member of Parliament (MP) Ilias Kasidiaris, has sent shockwaves throughout Greece that threaten to topple the beleaguered government. The videotape leak came as five GD MPs were stripped of parliamentary immunity.

The videotape, secretly recorded several months ago, depicts Baltakos at his office in a private conversation with Kasidiaris revealing that the arrest and imprisonment of six GD MPs, including party leader Nikolaos Michaloliakos, last fall were ordered by powerful Zionists in the United States to destroy the rapidly rising nationalist party.

 

EU in U.S.: Conduit for Bilderberg-Friendly Trade Schemes

• Globalists pressure states to accept free trade deal.

Frustrated by logjams in Washington that have so far blocked passage of massive global free trade agreements, internationalists are now going straight to state and local governments to court them and lay the groundwork for the pending Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP).

The recently enacted “EU in the U.S.” program is being carried out in association with the Delegation of the European Union to the United States. According to its own literature, the delegation “represents the EU in dealings with the U.S. government in areas that are part of the EU’s [assigned tasks], raises awareness of EU issues and concerns and promotes the importance of the EU-U.S. relationship among the American public.”

 

U.S. has no defence against current Russian missiles

Posted by Not mainstreamer —Claim is made by multiple sources.

Meaning: Obama will not survive a WWIII. Israel will not survive a WWIII. The militaries know that, but not Netanyahu?

This Means War: US To Target Putin’s Personal $40 Billion Stash

While the White House has continually threatened further sanctions against Russia for non-de-escalation (even as it un-de-escalates itself), the specifics of the additional sanctions have been sparse. German CEO warnings over blowback from economic sanctions… the“nonsense” of replacing Russian gas with US gas… the Russian warnings of “interdependence” and “boomerangs”… all reduce the West’s arsenal of financial sanctions. But, as The Times of London reports, perhaps the US has found a crucial pain point for Putin – a sanctions regime that would target Putin’s personal wealth, which includes a reported $40 billion stashed in Swiss bank accounts.

As The Hill reports,

The White House on Friday refused to comment on reports that Russian President Vladimir Putin’s personal wealth could be targeted if the West were to move ahead with additional sanctions over Ukraine.

I seriously doubt that the Swiss banks in which these accounts are held will allow the US to attach these funds.

IF it becomes know that Swiss banks let a world leader’s funds to be attached by another country, no one, neither large or small account holders, will feel that their money is safe anymore in a Swiss bank, and there will be massive capital flight away from them.

 

Build up to WW3 – GLOBALIST ELITE Eye up UKRAINE

 

NATO Threatens To Raise Hell In Eastern Europe

The secretary general of NATO, Anders Fogh Rasmussen, announced today the “immediate” reinforcement of the collective defense of Alliance members with the deployment of resources by “land, sea and air ” in the countries of Eastern Europe, due to the Russian-Ukrainian crisis, he said.

 

“I Never Thought I’d Say This! One Could Imagine The Possibility Of WAR Between The West And Russia”

 

Biden to meet with Ukrainian leaders

US Vice President Joe Biden is heading to Ukraine on Monday on a two-day visit to underscore Washington’s support for Kiev amid growing tensions between the US and Russia.

Lavrov: US should face responsibility for powers it installed in Kiev

The Russian Foreign Minister says the US should take responsibility for those whom they put in power instead issuing ultimatums to Moscow.

 

Ukraine calls for US military support

The Ukrainian acting prime minister says his country needs to be militarily and economically supported from the United States in its standoff with Russia.

“We need a strong and solid state. We need financial and economic support. We need to modernize our security and military forces. We need the real support,” said Arseniy Yatsenyuk while appearing on NBC’s “Meet the Press” on Sunday.

He made the remarks ahead of a visit by US Vice President Joe Biden to Ukraine this week.

Harper on Russia: America’s useful idiot?

Stephen Harper’s acutely embarrassing behaviour regarding the crisis in Ukraine — demonizing Vladimir Putin and upping the rhetoric — must be welcomed in the U.S. which created the crisis in the first place and apparently believes it still has something to gain by isolating Russia. But it is not clear that Harper even realizes — or cares — what the larger game is. The generals surrounding him in the ridiculous war-room setting where he announced Canada was sending six fighter jets to bolster NATO’s military build-up in eastern Europe looked very uncomfortable. Who likes being used as a prop for a faltering politician? The setting was a bad case of over-acting — as if we were joining the Allies in another world war rather than engaging in what one expert called “incremental posturing.”

Is Harper just a useful idiot to the U.S. — ranting and raving about Russian expansionism and imperialism so that the U.S. position looks more reasonable by comparison?

BEX Alert: Haaretz- “Russian activists staged shooting, Ukrainian forces say”

Ukraine’s police and intelligence service accused Russia of staging a fatal shooting incident on Sunday in which pro-Moscow separatists were killed in the east of the country.

 

BEX Alert: Haaretz “Ukraine synagogue reportedly firebombed”

The main synagogue in the Ukrainian city of Nikolayev reportedly was firebombed.

The synagogue was empty of worshippers when it was firebombed early Saturday morning, according to the Chabad-affiliated Shturem.org website.

Two Molotov cocktails were thrown at the door and window, the report said, citing Yisroel Gotlieb, son of the city’s chief rabbi, Sholom Gotlieb.

A passer-by put out the fires with a fire extinguisher, according to the report. The attack was recorded by the synagogue’s closed circuit television security camera and uploaded to YouTube.

Last week in eastern Ukraine, fliers calling on Jews to register with pro-Russian separatists and pay special taxes were distributed in Donetsk.

 

Busted! UK Arms Dealers Sell Weapons to 23 of 28 Countries Labelled Dangerous!

 

New cold war means new record price for this precious metal

Tensions in the Ukraine have turned investors’ attention towards precious metals. In times of political conflict, especially military, precious metals generally do well. But some people might have been surprised just how the tensions have affected precious metals.

 

French region of Brittany wants to reunite within historic borders

A mass rally of supporters of autonomy of the Brittany region in France’s west has taken place in the city of Nantes.

 

US to pile up troops on Russia doorstep: Report

The United States plans to deploy troops to Poland and Estonia to conduct drills with its allies, amid rising tensions between Washington and Moscow over Ukraine, report says.

Military intervention in Ukraine risks spiralling into ‘all-out war’ with Russia

Head of MI6 is understood to have told David Cameron that Vladimir Putin will not “stand idly by” if the West sends troops to support the Ukrainian government

Israeli forces attack Palestinian worshippers in al-Aqsa

Israeli forces have once again attacked Palestinian worshippers at al-Aqsa Mosque compound in East al-Quds (Jerusalem).

Witnesses said the Israeli troops on Sunday used tear gas and sound bombs to disperse the worshippers in the compound. Sixteen people were also arrested.

The clashes erupted when a group of extremist Israeli settlers along with a Knesset (Israeli parliament) member entered the holy site. The move triggered clashes with Israeli troops raiding the compound to protect the settlers.

 

Russia to Build 150 Military Facilities on Kuril Islands

Russia will build more than 150 military facilities on the Iturup and Kunashir islands, part of the Kuril chain disputed by Japan, a senior military commander told reporters Friday.

“All decisions on the construction of military stations on the Iturup and Kunashir islands have been made and approved,” said Col. Gen. Sergei Suvorkin, the head of Russia’s Eastern Military District.

“All essential facilities, more than 150, will be built before 2016,” he added.

 

Russia to Build 150 Military Facilities on Kuril Islands

 

 

 

TNT posties dumping your letters in bushes: Rivals to Royal Mail accused of ditching deliveries to earn more

Thousands of letters are being dumped or delivered late by Royal Mail’s doorstep rival.

Customers blame TNT Post for missed hospital appointments, lost bills and delayed medical test results.

The company’s orange-clad staff are paid according to how quick they are – giving them an incentive to ditch mail.

Letters have been found dumped in undergrowth in Manchester and London.

 

 

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Religion

 

Sssh, it’s Happy Eastern Star, oops or is it ?ostre? Don’t forget your Osterhase Eggs!!

The Easter Bunny, ah, is not ‘bunny’ or ‘Bunnywabbit’ at all, but is actually an Hare.

The Hare was the sacred animal of Eostre [or Oestra or Ostera], the ancient Teutonic Goddess of the Spring Moon. At the time of the vernal equinox [March or April] the hares are famed for going ‘mad as a March Hare’, and it was at this time of the year that out of character for its species, one of Eostre’s hares laid an egg.

Not just any old egg, for this was the Egg of a New Life – the Eostre Egg.

 

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Asia

 

Opium cultivation and heroin production in Pakistan’s northern tribal belt and neighbouring Afghanistan was a vital offshoot of the ISI-CIA co-operation

 

 

None of MH370’s emergency beacons sent signals

An investigation by Malaysian authorities also shows that none of the plane’s four Emergency Beacons sent back any signals. According to their design, the Emergency Beacon should have started working if the aircraft crashed or touched water.

 

Japan ratchets China tension by building radar near disputed islands

Tokyo is likely to provoke wrath from Beijing after starting work on a new radar station close to the disputed Senkaku, or Diaoyu Islands, that have soured relations between the two Asian powerhouses in recent years.

 

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Veteran News

 

Psychiatry’s Secret Involvement in Military Suicides Exposed by Documentary Film

According to the Citizens Commission on Human Rights, “In early 2013, the official website of the United States Department of Defense announced the startling statistic that the number of military suicides in 2012 had far exceeded the total of those killed in battle – an average of nearly one a day. A month later came an even more sobering statistic from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs: veteran suicide was running at 22 a day – about 8000 a year.”

The U.S. Secretary of Defense has recognized this surge in suicides as an “epidemic.” Some claim that combat-related stress is the main culprit, but 85 percent of military members who commit suicide have not seen combat, and 52 percent have never been deployed.

 

Obama’s latest drone attack manages to only kill 3 innocent people

A drone strike in Yemen on Saturday killed at least 10 suspected al Qaeda militants but also inadvertently resulted in the deaths of three civilian day laborers, a high-level Yemeni government official told CNN.

Former Ranger breaks silence on Pat Tillman death: I may have killed him

Almost ten years after the friendly fire death of former NFL star turned Army Ranger Pat Tillman, a fellow ranger admits that he may have been the one who fired the fatal shot.

In his first public statements since the incident in Afghanistan on April 22, 2004, former Army Ranger Steven Elliott told ESPN’s “Outside the Lines” that he has lived for 10 years with the thought that he might have fired the shot that killed Mr. Tillman.

 

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