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October 25, 2014

Oct 25 17:21

5 Reasons Why Australia Is Facing Economic CRISIS & COLLAPSE!

Oct 25 17:17

House Testimony: Ebola can survive in perspiration on inert surfaces

Sweat On Bus Surfaces Can Spread Ebola

Oct 25 16:29

Doc Vega's blog -- Insanity From The Top Down In Washington DC

Definition of a Delusional Dictator

In the midst of the current chaos presently engulfing America we must ask ourselves, what indeed constitutes a dictator


Oct 25 14:57

Israeli forces detain Palestinian man who removed settler tent

Israeli forces detained a Palestinian from the village of Susiya south of Hebron after residents took down a tent set up by Israeli settlers on land belonging to a Palestinian family in the area, a local official said.

Oct 25 14:53

Ireland must pay additional €157m to EU budget

Ireland will have to give €157m more towards the EU budget than expected a year ago.


Our sincere thanks to everyone who donated.

Oct 25 14:39

Huge Solar Flare Erupts from Biggest Sunspot in 24 Years

The biggest sunspot on the face of the sun in more than two decades unleashed a major flare on Friday (Oct. 24), the fourth intense solar storm from the active star in less than a week.

Oct 25 14:31

Idaho Police Harass Cyclists, Ordering Them to Stop Recording

“I need you to put that cell phone down right now because you are detained. Give me the cell phone. Give me the cell phone,” the officer said. -- “It is within my legal rights,” replied one of the men. --

"No you’re not. You don’t have any legal rights now because right now you just broke the law,” the officer replies.

Oct 25 14:23

Full transcript of President Putin's speech to the Valdai International Discussion Club

We have an integration-oriented, positive, peaceful agenda; we are working actively with our colleagues in the Eurasian Economic Union, the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation, BRICS and other partners. This agenda is aimed at developing ties between governments, not dissociating. We are not planning to cobble together any blocs or get involved in an exchange of blows.


Oct 25 13:45

Putin Slams West for Refusing to Accept Legitimacy of Crimea's Reunification With Russia

Russian President Vladimir Putin has commented on the West’s position on Crimea’s reunification by likening it to the Latin proverb, “What is permissible for Jove is not permissible for an ox.”

Oct 25 13:39

Schemers who trade our blood for sacks of gold who make the world safe for hypocrisy and safe for themselves

See how sleek and self-satisfied they look, riding our backs, distracting our minds, filling us with fright about wicked foes. Important things keep happening, but not enough to finish them off. Not yet enough.

Oct 25 13:36

Luke RipOffski to the woodshed


Heckling and sloganeering really doesn't do any good anyway. Donating for such a thing is dumb in and of itself but letting it all go to some guys private account whose speaking for a group and supposedly collecting for first responders is so irresponsible. The guy im interviewing is no scholar but he's on par with Luke and that ilk promoted by jonestown.


Oct 25 12:02

Another Deutsche Banker And Former SEC Enforcement Attorney Commits Suicide

Just a few brief hours later the WSJ reported that yet another Deutsche Bank veteran has committed suicide, and not just anyone but the bank's associate general counsel, 41 year old Calogero "Charlie" Gambino, who was found on the morning of Oct. 20, having also hung himself by the neck from a stairway banister, which according to the New York Police Department was the cause of death. We assume that any relationship to the famous Italian family carrying that last name is purely accidental.

Oct 25 12:02

Citizenfour’s Escape to Freedom in Russia

In early September in Russia, National Security Agency whistleblower Edward Snowden told me about a documentary entitled “Citizenfour,” named after the alias he used when he asked filmmaker Laura Poitras to help him warn Americans about how deeply the NSA had carved away their freedoms.


Oct 25 11:50

War without end: 12 years of US drone strikes in Yemen

The “Yemen model” is one of perpetual violence. The limits of what can be done in the name of “counterterrorist” action often appear boundless.

Oct 25 11:23

JFK: THE ZIONIST MANIFOLD COVER-UP

To discover the deepest truth of the JFK assassination, one has to tear up not one, but many lies stacked on top of each other. Pealing off the government lie is just the beginning. Just like in the case of 9/11, the mainstream “JFK truth movement” is really a cloud of partial truths meant to hide the core truth (the Zionist coup).

The hijacked plot theory is fully consistent with the profiles of the two main known actors in the drama: Lee Harvey Oswald, the patsy falsely accused of killing the President, and Jack Ruby, the man who killed the patsy and thereby closed the case.


Oct 25 11:09

Volcano near Sendai nuclear plant is shaking and may erupt: Japan weather agency

Authorities warned on Friday that a volcano a few dozen kilometers from the Sendai nuclear plant in Kagoshima Prefecture was showing signs of increased activity and may erupt. It warned people to stay away from the summit.

The warning comes nearly a month after another volcano, Mount Ontake, erupted suddenly while it was crowded with hikers, killing at least 57 people in Japan’s worst volcanic disaster in nearly 90 years.

Oct 25 11:09

Anti-Anxiety Drug Zolam Might be One Secret Behind ISIL Militants' Cruel Acts

One of the captured fighters is a 15-year-old boy who admits to fighting with the group after ISIL invaded his hometown and gave him two choices: either join them or get beheaded. He also said that they gave him an anti-anxiety drug Zolam that - according to him - makes one lose his/her mind.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Big Pharma supports acts of terror!

Oct 25 10:52

F*ck Feminists Who Pimp Little Girls to Promote an Agenda

Yeah, I said it. Right there in the headline. I figure if grown women can encourage children to drop f-bombs on video for their "cause" then it's only reasonable to respond to them in a language they can understand. (I deeply apologize to readers who are offended by this, but please bear with me - there's a reason for it.)

Are you offended? I'm offended too. And horrified. And irate. And yearning to take those little girls back to my house and just let them be little girls, for crying out loud. While these children should be having tea parties, catching lightning bugs, and playing on the swingset, they've been pimped out to make a point.

Radical feminism has plumbed new depths with a video exploiting little girls in order to make their point.

Oct 25 10:42

‘Stop the Toxic Treadmill': EPA Sued for Approving Controversial Herbicide

Green groups on Wednesday sued the Environmental Protection Agency over its recent approval of Dow AgroSciences’ herbicide Enlist Duo, which farmers and scientists warn threatens human and environmental health.

“The toxic treadmill has to stop,” said Jay Feldman, executive director of Beyond Pesticides. “EPA and USDA cannot continue to ignore the history, science, and public opinion surrounding these dangerous chemicals so that a failed and unnecessary system of chemically-dependent agriculture can continue to destroy our health and environment.”

Oct 25 10:11

Where There’s Trouble, You’ll Usually Find Joe Biden

His crisis-creating remarks and his son’s drug-related discharge from the Navy are just the beginning. This guy’s a train wreck.

According to the polls, Joe Biden doesn’t have a prayer in 2016. And according to former Secretary of Defense Robert Gates, Biden “has been wrong on nearly every major foreign-policy and national-security issue over the past four decades.”


Oct 25 10:10

Dark Money Will Decide Which Party Controls the Senate

And you thought candidates were the biggest factor in their races. No, this year, battle for control of the Senate is largely being determined by big-spending super PACs and nonprofits.

Oct 25 10:10

Report: Obama Admin Suspends Program to Allow DREAMers into Military

President Barack Obama's administration has reportedly suspended a program it enacted via executive action last month that would allow recipients of Obama's Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) to join the U.S. military.

Oct 25 10:09

St. Louis City Anti-Terrorism Unit Activated after [COINTELPRO front] Black Panthers Declare War on Police

We have confirmed through multiple sources close to Tactical Shit that the St. Louis City Anti Terrorism Unit has been activated. Reportedly the FBI states that Black Pnathers recently purchased thousands of rounds of ammunition and are currently in route to the St. Louis Metro area to start a war and anyone with a badge is a target. Information was received from a Federal Protective Services officer. An officer safety bulletin has been put out.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The original Black Panthers were first attacked then eventually infiltrated by the FBI. The current group appears to be an FBI front group right from the start and it looks like they are going to trigger major race riots as a prelude to declaration of a national emergency.

Oct 25 10:07

Orwell Was Right: MI5 spied on leading British historians for decades, secret files reveal

Eric Hobsbawm and Christopher Hill had phones tapped, correspondence intercepted and friends and wives monitored
MI5 amassed hundreds of records on Eric Hobsbawm and Christopher Hill, two of Britain’s leading historians who were both once members of the Communist party, secret files have revealed.

The scholars were subjected to persistent surveillance for decades as MI5 and police special branch officers tapped and recorded their telephone calls, intercepted their private correspondence and monitored their contacts, the files show. Some of the surveillance gave MI5 more details about their targets’ personal lives than any threat to national security.


Oct 25 10:06

Palestinian-American teen killed by IDF gunfire during West Bank protest

A Palestinian-American teenager was shot dead by Israeli soldiers, Friday afternoon, during clashes that erupted in a protest held there weekly.

According to the military, the boy, 14, was about to throw a firebomb towards Route 60; an IDF unit positioned nearby opened fire after he had lit the firebomb's fuse, and was preparing to hurl it. Palestinian officials denied these claims.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Press TV reports that the IDF shot the boy following a traffic accident.

Oct 25 10:04

Pope Francis to investigate 'playboy priests' who posed naked online in scandal-hit disocese

A scandal-ridden Catholic diocese in Italy where priests posted naked photos of themselves on gay websites, raided church coffers and sexually harassed parishioners is to be investigated by a special envoy to Pope Francis.

Oct 25 10:04

Dems on FEC move to regulate Internet campaigns, blogs, Drudge

In a surprise move late Friday, a key Democrat on the Federal Election Commission called for burdensome new rules on Internet-based campaigning, prompting the Republican chairman to warn that Democrats want to regulate online political sites and even news media like the Drudge Report.

Oct 25 10:03

Grandfather Fills Would-Be Rapist Home Invaders With Bullets

Around 10 pm on Monday night, someone knocked on the door of Kenneth Byrd's Lumberton, N.C., home.

He answered it to find a man who claimed to have car problems. The man also said he needed water.

Then two other men wearing black clothing, ski masks and gloves forced their way into the home and demanded money.

Byrd, 67, and his wife Judy, 65, were forced, at gunpoint, to the back of their house to open a safe.

Then the three armed men tried to rape Byrd's 19 year-old granddaughter.

Oct 25 10:03

French unemployment hits new record high

After a slight improvement in August, the number of jobless in France once again increased in September, reaching a new record high of 3.43 million unemployed, government figures revealed Friday.

Oct 25 10:01

Colloidal Silver: Natural Treatment for Ebola?

There is a tremendous buzz about silver and Ebola …

For example, a Google search for silver and Ebola turns up 25 million hits. And the FDA sent a cease and desist letter to the makers of Nano Silver, demanding that they stop claiming their product cures Ebola.

Many people who are into alternative health are convinced that colloidal silver cures Ebola. On the other hand, many mainstream people are positive it’s bunk.

Who’s right? What does the science show?

Oct 25 10:00

Illegal alien kills two California sheriff deputies

Oct 25 09:59

Mystery of American journalist killed in car crash in Turkey... just days after she claimed intelligence services had threatened her over her coverage of siege of Kobane

An American journalist has been killed in a car crash in Turkey just days after claiming she claimed the Turkish intelligence services had threatened her over her reporting of the siege of Kobane.

Serena Shim, who worked for Iran's state-owned Press TV as Turkey correspondent, died in the city of Suruc after the car in which she was travelling reportedly collided with a 'heavy vehicle'.

Shim's death came just days after she spoke on camera of her fears of being arrested, claiming Turkish intelligence agents had accused her of spying after one of her reports suggested ISIS militants were being smuggled back and forth over the Syrian border in the back of aid vehicles.

Oct 25 09:56

MONSANTO HAS BEEN BANNED ALL OVER THE WORLD – WHY NOT IN USA ?

Oct 25 09:56

Clashes erupt in East Jerusalem

Police have clashed with Palestinians in Jerusalem’s old quarter. It comes amid rising tensions in the Israeli-occupied eastern part of the city.

There was a heavy police presence for Friday prayers and access to the al-Aqsa mosque was limited to men over 40 and women of all ages, amid fears of further unrest.

The restrictions came 36 hours after an alleged attack by a Palestinian which killed an Israeli baby, and led to clashes in East Jerusalem.

Oct 25 09:55

Pink is the new green

Breast cancer fundraising is a scam

Only 8-10% goes to research!

Oct 25 09:51

UK Gun Owners Now Subject To Warrantless Home Searches

Registered gun owners in the United Kingdom are now subject to unannounced visits to their homes under new guidance that allows police to inspect firearms storage without a warrant.

The new policy from the British Home Office went into effect Oct. 15, permitting police and constabularies to conduct surprise home visits to legitimate gun owners.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Because getting a warrant to search the home of known criminals is just too bloody hard, mate!

Oct 25 09:50

Pro-GM labelling campaign hugely outspent in Colorado and Oregon ballot

Industry giants are spending more than $25m to defeat campaigns for mandatory GM food labelling in the two states, in the runup to next month’s vote

Oct 25 09:49

FLASHBACK OCTOBER 22 - Police to hold 'active shooter' drill Thursday at Ferndale High

Expect lots of police at Ferndale High School on Thursday morning, Oct. 23, as law enforcement and school district staff practice how they would handle a shooter on campus.

The drill from 8 to 11 a.m. is being coordinated between the Ferndale School District and the Ferndale Police Department. It will prepare school district personnel and law enforcement to respond to an armed gunman in a school or work environment and ensure all agencies, including federal border agencies and the Whatcom County Sheriff’s Office, coordinate response and communication effectively.

Student volunteers will be evacuated from the high school to Vista Middle School, which will serve as the reunification center for the exercise.

Oct 25 09:47

Smoke and Explosionsat the Base of WTC 2

"The crashes left fiery gaping holes in the 110 story buildings. Then about an hour after that there was a huge explosion at the base of the south tower..."

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Oct 25 09:45

7 things the middle class can't afford anymore

Webmaster's Commentary: 

#8. Washington DC

#9 Wall Street!

Oct 25 09:45

FALSE FLAG: Ottawa Shooting Attack Reveals Evidence of ‘October Drill’

In Ottawa, on Wednesday, October 23rd, we were told that there was a shooting attack on the National War Memorial resulting in the death of soldier Nathan Crillo, followed by multiple shots at Centre Block in the government complex at Parliament Hill – but is that really the entire story?

A number of evidence points have emerged which we will cover – that there was in fact a security services and law enforcement drill (see ‘When Live Drills Go Dark’, below), taking place around the time of this bizarre shooting event in Canada.

Oct 25 09:44

TIME TO PUT PEPSICO AT THE TOP OF BOYCOTT LIST ‘ON A TEST BASIS’

SodaStream Will Sell Some of PepsiCo’s Brands On a Test Basis

Oct 25 09:44

FLASHBACK OCTOBER - Ebola vaccine trails beginning in Mali

The trial began on Wednesday, October 8 with the vaccination of the first subject, followed by two additional participants today (October 9), all three being Malian health care workers. In the coming weeks 37 more health care workers will receive the vaccine.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

And Mali, which had no Ebola cases before the vaccine trial, now has their first confirmed death from Ebola.

Oct 25 08:56

Report: CIA Deleted Computer Records About Senate Spying

An investigation by the Senate Sergeant-at-Arms into CIA spying of Senate Intelligence Committee computers wrapped up this week without drawing any significant conclusions as a result of lost computer records reportedly deleted by the agency.

Oct 25 08:53

Martin Armstrong On The Danger Of Conspiracy Theories

If you want to hide something in plain view, exaggerate it to the point it becomes extreme and convert it to a conspiracy theory. This is a very standard in how to create propaganda and if you keep saying a lie, its becomes the truth to many without ever having to prove anything. To uncover the truth, takes digging. This I have discovered both in politics as well as market fundamentals.

The two big conspiracy theories to be exaggerated that cover up the truth are the 911 WTC Attack and the Kennedy Assassination. With the former, people take it to the extreme and claim there was not even an attack by terrorists and the whole thing was made up. Sorry, there was an attack and the government knew it was coming and allowed it to for three purposes

Oct 25 08:53

THIS WEEK IN SEX ABUSE OF CHILDREN BY PEDOPHILE CATHOLIC PRIESTS [OCTOBER 25, 2014]

Oct 25 08:53

US Considers Bombing Oil Pipelines a ‘Viable Option’

Top State Department officials Julieta Valis Noyes, discussing the US concerns with ISIS oil revenue, has revealed that the administration considers attacking oil pipelines in Syria a “viable” military option.

US warplanes have been attacking oil refineries and whatnot in ISIS territory in Syria, but attacking pipelines outright would be a huge move, with analysts warning the precedent it sets would be horrible.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

If Syria won;t sell their oil for the dollar, we'll just make sure they won't sell oil at all!" -- Official White Horse Souse

Oct 25 08:52

George Soros and his Kind are Evil, Mass Murdering Monsters.

You got all kinds of evil running loose in these times. By definition, these are evil times, being as it is the Kali Yuga. The very worst of us profit without reserve and the best of us are hammered into the pavement. There's supposed to be some kind of justice in this but... those of us who are within the constraints of single lifetimes and lacking the panorama view of the realized, are hard pressed to see it. It's there somewhere. Of course, I'm speaking only for those of us that believe in something. For those of us that believe in nothing, except ones own blind, naked ignorance, the appearance of justice is nowhere to be seen. There's one thing we can certainly presume is true and that is that we will find out at some point, even if... in the cases of those who believe nothing, they find nothing. It might be that that is how it works; to each according to what they do or do not believe.

Oct 25 08:14

Russell Brand 'open-minded' on who was behind 9/11 attacks

"I think it is interesting at this time when we have so little trust in our political figures, where ordinary people have so little trust in their media, we have to remain open-minded to any kind of possibility," said Brand.

"Do you trust the American government? Do you trust the British government? What I do think is very interesting is the relationship that the Bush family have had for a long time with the Bin Laden family.

"What I do think is very interesting is the way that even the BBC report the events in Ottawa to subtly build an anti-Islamic narrative. I think that's very interesting.

"I think it's interesting the way these events are used to enforce more controls on us."

Oct 25 08:06

Canadian And American Politicians Use Ottawa Shootings As Excuses To Demand More Surveillance, Greater Policing Powers

These people aren't leaders, they're cowards in leadership positions.

Oct 25 07:53

Police prepare for grand jury decision in Ferguson

Missouri police have been brushing up on constitutional rights and stocking up on riot gear to prepare for a grand jury's decision about whether to charge a white police officer who fatally shot a black 18-year-old in suburban St. Louis.

Oct 25 07:46

New Jersey, New York, Illinois, Toughen Ebola Quarantine Rules After Doctor Case

The New York doctor who tested positive for Ebola wasn't required to quarantine himself when he returned to New York City after treating Ebola patients in Guinea. Instead, Dr. Craig Allen Spencer went about his life, hitting a popular restaurant and bowling alley before his diagnosis -- and sending health officials scrambling in the aftermath.

But the rules on quarantines are changing.

Oct 25 07:42

NY, New Jersey quarantining travelers from W. Africa

Jon Rappoport
Activist Post

A health worker who treated so-called Ebola cases in West Africa has been locked in an iso ward of a medical facility for 21 days, after she arrived back in New Jersey.

She had no symptoms—but after being put in isolation, she developed a fever.

Many people would.

This is now official emergency policy for New York and New Jersey.

Contact with someone who “has Ebola” = 21 days in lockdown...

Oct 25 07:42

CDC Responds Rapidly to New York Ebola Case

When the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention learned that a doctor in New York City likely had Ebola on Thursday, it didn’t wait.

Webmaster's Commentary: 


CDC is still being reactive rather than proactive. They are playing catch up, waiting until a patient appears and racing to the rescue (in full view of the media cameras) after the patient has already potentially infected others. We are in a race against Ebola and to judge from Africa, Ebola is winning. And in a race like this there is no second place, only dead last!

Oct 25 07:35

Lone lawyer sues Obama, alleging illegality of surveillance programs

Justice Department lawyers have asked a federal court in Pittsburgh to dismiss a sweeping lawsuit brought earlier this year by a local lawyer against President Barack Obama and other top intelligence officials.

In a new motion to dismiss filed on Monday, the government told the court that the Pittsburgh lawyer, Elliott Schuchardt, lacked standing to make a claim that his rights under the Fourth Amendment have been violated as a result of multiple ongoing surveillance programs.

Oct 25 07:31

BEX ALERT - Ebola crisis rekindles concerns about secret research in Russian military labs

The 1996 incident might have been forgotten except for the pathogen involved — a highly lethal strain of Ebola virus — and where the incident occurred: inside a restricted Russian military lab that was once part of the Soviet Union’s biological weapons program. Years ago, the same facility in the Moscow suburb of Sergiev Posad cultivated microbes for use as tools of war. Today, much of what goes on in the lab remains unknown.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Oh yes, let's all blame the Russians. Let us forget that the US has a biological weapons program. Let us forget that US law allows the Department of Defense to conduct biological warfare tests on US citizens without their knowledge and that there have been several well-documented accidents involving deaths from such tests! Let us forget that according to Professor Francis Boyle, a US biological warfare expert, that the NIH was been experimenting with splicing Ebola with the common cold to create a powerful biological weapon. Let us forget that a vaccine to protect "the good guys" from that weapon was being tested at a secret biological warfare laboratory in the hospital in Kenema, Sierra Leone, where scientists from USAMRIID and Tulane University carried out research that is illegal in the US. Let us forget that last January the Kenema facility received $140 million, partly paid for by the US Department of Defense, to conduct human trials of that Ebola vaccine. Let us forget that vaccines made from attenuated viruses can and have reverted to full potency after injection, causing, rather than preventing the illness the vaccine is designed for. Let us forget that the US Government mandated swine flu vaccinations in 1976 killed fifty times more people than the flu itself did. Let us forget that the 1918 pandemic was called the "Spanish Flu" to obfuscate the fact that the illness erupted on a US military base at Camp Funston (now Fort Riley) during tests of an experimental vaccine. Let us forget about National Security Study Memorandum 200, a Nixon administration research project run by Henry Kissinger that set as official US policy the covert depopulation of resource-rich areas of the third world, in order to gain access to those resources. And let us forget that the government of Sierra Leone has concluded that the current Ebola outbreak centered on that lab at Kenema and has since ordered it closed. Let's just trust the same government and media that told us Saddam had nuclear weapons, and blame the Russians, blame the Russians, blame the Russians!

Oct 25 07:27

Researcher Finds Tor Exit Node Adding Malware to Binaries

A security researcher has identified a Tor exit node that was actively patching binaries users download, adding malware to the files dynamically. The discovery, experts say, highlights the danger of trusting files downloaded from unknown sources and the potential for attackers to abuse the trust users have in Tor and similar services.

Oct 25 07:26

Hey Paypal, why do you need access to my microphone, camera and photos?

Who actually checks the permissions of applications they're installing? A little while ago a Paypal update stalled because it required extra permissions. This is what happens if an app you have already installed wants more power. I was more than a little surprised with what I found.

Oct 25 07:24

CDC whistleblower: also a player in the vaccine-mercury-autism fraud

Jon Rappoport
Activist Post

Anyone who’s awake knows by now that William Thompson, CDC scientist and whistleblower, has admitted egregious fraud.

He and his colleagues, in a famous 2004 study, gave the MMR vaccine a free pass and pretended it had no connection to autism—when it did.

Here is another study on which Thompson was a co-author: “Thimerosal [mercury] exposure [from vaccines] in early life and neuropsychological outcomes 7-10 years later.” (J Pediatr Psychol, Jan-Feb 2012)

Obviously, this is a key piece of research, because a) mercury is known potent neurotoxin; b) parents of autistic children have been, for many years, telling anyone who would listen that their kids withdrew from the world after receiving a shot containing mercury; and c) the US government has been claiming, over and over, that mercury in vaccines has absolutely no connection to autism...

Oct 25 07:23

US Attorneys Office (DOJ) Tracking Potential Voter Fraud on Election Day

The DOJ that looks the other way and has massive scandals of their own? The DOJ that has prompted Obama to extend the executive privilege umbrella over Holder's WIFE?

Oct 25 07:21

California cop accused of stealing nude photos from woman’s cell phone

A California Highway Patrol officer has been accused of stealing nude photographs of a woman he pulled over on suspicion of driving under the influence, and investigators recommend filing criminal charges against him.

Court documentsobtained by the Contra Costa Times show that investigators have learned Sean Harrington, a 35-year-old CHP officer and five-year veteran of the force, illegally forwarded various nude photographs to himself after gaining access to the young woman’s phone. The investigator for the Contra Costa District Attorney is recommending that they bring felony computer theft charges against Harrington.

Oct 25 07:20

Ebola's spread to Mali sets back effort to halt virus

The first death from Ebola in this West African nation raised concerns Friday about whether the country would have more success in stemming the deadly virus than its hard-hit neighbors in the region.

Oct 25 07:19

Ebola cases hit 10,000 mark

The number of people infected in the outbreak of Ebola has risen above 10,000, with the mortality rate now approaching 50%.

Oct 25 07:09

Suspicious Death of Journalist Serena Shim: Hypocritical Western Media Remains Silent

The suspicious death of US-born journalist Serena Shim, and the deafening silence on the story in the US, is merely the latest example of the blatant double standard employed by the Western media.

Shim, a 29 year old American journalist of Lebanese descent, had been covering the ongoing war in Syria, specifically the current battle between ISIS militants and Kurdish forces near the Syrian town of Kobani, from the Turkish-Syrian border. Shim was traveling in a rental car back to her hotel after reporting from the Turkish town of Suruc near the Syrian border, when the car was allegedly struck by a heavy vehicle, killing Shim.

Oct 25 07:07

China's top graft-buster says fight will never end

Unlike the western powers who look away while extending their hands for their share of the loot.

Oct 25 07:05

Sears Has Passed The Point Of No Return

Sears will probably not recover from its decades-long decline.

"As a retailer they're at the point of no return," said David Tawil, cofounder of Maglan Capital and an expert in distressed retail companies. "The real question now is when does it all end?"

Sears recently confirmed reports that it was planning to close more stores and lay off workers. The company, which has currently has 800 namesake stores and 1,100 Kmart stores, has lost $6 billion since 2012. Suppliers are growing concerned that they won't receive payments for merchandise.

Oct 25 07:03

Kiev Elections Can’t Sanitise State of Mob Rule

In the paraphrased words of Abraham Lincoln, no electoral process can sanitize the glaring fact of Kiev’s rule of the mob, by the mob, for the mob.

The Kiev regime’s parliamentary elections this weekend are set to go ahead amid an atmosphere of rampant political street violence and intimidation – and that’s not in the war-torn eastern part of Ukraine. Poroshenko denies the bitter reality of violence that has engulfed all of Ukraine under the Western-sponsored regime change operation in his country.

The parliamentary elections were called in June by the then elected President Petro Poroshenko as a way of legitimizing the illegal coup against the Ukrainian government that occurred four months previously with the support of the American Central Intelligence Agency.

Political parties that might have been considered in alliance because of their support for the coup against the Ukrainian government in February are now being caught up in an anarchic state of hoodlum vendettas.

Oct 25 07:00

Sykes-Picot drew lines in the Middle East’s sand that blood is washing away

What a great argument for non-intervention! It was these imperial powers that created the Frankenstein’s monster that set us up for these endless middle eastern wars. The most rational choice would be for these NATO powers with blood-stained hands to withdraw all their war materiel and troops (including mercenaries aka PMSC) from this area and leave the people alone to self-determine their borders and governance. Provide election monitors, if requested.

Oct 25 06:58

Almost 400 Dairy Queen stores targeted in malware hack

A type of malware that has been used to steal personal financial data from consumers at retail stores apparently is spreading rapidly.

Infections of the point-of-sale malware, known as “Backoff,” jumped 57% from August through early September and then another 27% in September, according to a report released this week by the security company Damballa.

“Backoff” a specific type of point-of-sale malware designed to secretly steal online banking credentials by scraping computers’ RAMs for leftover credit card data after a payment card is swiped, according to Ankit Anubhav, a research scientist at McAfee Labs, an Intel Corp. company.

Oct 25 06:51

Pulaski Co. investigates voting concern in Maumelle

MAUMELLE, Ark. (KTHV) -"I got a call this morning," Connie Beckham explained, "Who said that something has gone awry."

"The claim that was made was that what's displaying on the screen is different from what's on the paper trail," Bryan Poe began.

Poe is the director of elections in Pulaski County and said the voter who reported the mishap casted her ballot at the Jess Odom Community Center in Maumelle. Poe decided to test the voting machines himself and show how it works. He demonstrates saying, "I'm just going to press that. You see there's a little checkmark. Then you can see down here where Nathan LaFrance's name printed on the paper."

Oct 25 06:21

Several cities are trying to criminalise charity toward Homeless

Thus, stopping food sharing programs is cutting off a vital lifeline for homeless people and condemning them to the systemic malnutrition that plagues the poor. And it's thanks to a few restrictions that, in practice, seem patently absurd.

Oct 25 06:20

Indian Air Force asks personnel not to use Xiaomi phones as these are believed to be transferring data to their servers in China and could be a security risk

"F-secure, a leading security solution company, recently carried out a test of Xiaomi Redmi 1s, the company's budget smartphone, and found that the phone was forwarding carrier name, phone number, IMEI (the device identifier) plus numbers from address book and text messages back to Beijing," says an advisory issued by the IAF to its personnel.

Oct 25 06:20

Priest faces porn charges

A priest at a Chester County parish is facing charges in the alleged possession and distribution of child pornography.

The county District Attorney's Office said the Rev. Mark Haynes, 55, a priest at SS. Simon and Jude Parish in Westtown Township, was accused of posting sexually explicit images of a teenage girl on Instagram.

The investigation began last month, when law enforcement officials received information from the social media site about images of naked young girls.

Oct 25 06:07

State police: Men collecting ballots at Crossroads may have been Providence police officers working for Cianci campaign

Rhode Island State Police say they are pursuing an allegation that the two men who appeared at Crossroads Rhode Island on Wednesday asking homeless residents to hand in their mail ballots – and in one case asked for a resident’s blank ballot – were Providence police officers working for the mayoral campaign of Vincent A. “Buddy” Cianci Jr.

“That’s what we’ve been told but we haven’t confirmed that yet,” said state police Supt. Stephen O’Donnell.

Oct 25 05:54

Silicon Valley startup unveils Internet-connected smart guns for cops

A Silicon Valley startup said Friday that police agencies were field testing its new product: a wireless sensor that transforms officers' weapons into smart guns with real-time telemetry.

Yardarm Technologies' sensor is a small device that goes inside gun handles and provides dispatchers with real-time geo-location tracking information on the weapon. The Yardarm Sensor also sends alerts when a weapon is unholstered or fired, and it can "record the direction of aim, providing real-time tactical value for commanders and providing crime scene investigators valuable data for prosecution," the company said.

Oct 25 04:24

Legal observers continue to get arrested in #Ferguson

I wasn't a protester or participant — I was a legal observer. But just like the nationally recognized journalists who have been arrested in Ferguson while fulfilling their professional duties, I found that no tradition of professional courtesy

Oct 25 03:38

Overzealous NYPD Officer Mistakes Fellow Cop for Suspect, Proceeds to Kick Him in the Head

Video footage obtained by DNAinfo shows an NYPD officer so eager to inflict pain that he kicked a fellow officer in the head after mistaking him for a suspect.

Oct 25 02:50

Enormous sun spot, 11 TIMES bigger than Earth, threatens to cause global BLACKOUT

Scientists have identified what could be the largest sun spot for more than a quarter of a century.

If it erupts, the resulting solar storm will send particles at super speed crashing towards earth cutting off electricity supplies, telephone signals and computer systems, they said.

The Met Office said it is watching a sun spot which is currently thought to be the biggest detected in 25 years.

A spokesman said: “The Met Office Space Weather Operations Centre is currently monitoring the biggest sun spot in this 11-year solar cycle, so big that it’s about the size of Jupiter or 11 times bigger than the Earth.

“It is thought it might be the biggest for 25 years but this is still to be confirmed.

Oct 25 02:48

Britain closer to quitting EU

FURIOUS David Cameron last night conceded that Britain had been pushed closer to a European Union exit after receiving an eye-watering £1.7billion Brussels bill.

Red-faced with anger, the Prime Minister vowed to block payment of the “completely unacceptable” surcharge presented by EU officials in a surprise overhaul of national contributions.

“It is not acceptable, it is an appalling way to behave,” Mr Cameron said.

Calls for the UK to withdraw from the EU intensified yesterday following the cash demand, which will cost every family in the country £65.

And he admitted the latest insult to UK taxpayers - with the bill due to be paid by December 1st - was undermining his drive to keep Britain in the EU.

Oct 25 02:44

Putin accuses US of causing global instability

Russian President Vladimir Putin has accused the US of undermining global stability, and warned that the world will face new wars if Washington does not respect the interests of other nations.

During a speech in the Russian city of Sochi, the President argued that while Moscow does not see Washington as a threat US foreign policy has created chaos. Citing the wars in Iraq, Libya and Syria, he went on to accuse the US and its allies of “fighting against the results of its own policy”.

“They are throwing their might to remove the risks they have created themselves, and they are paying an increasing price,” Putin told political experts at the Black Sea resort.

Oct 25 02:39

Mali's first Ebola case, a two-year-old girl, dies

A two-year-old girl who was Mali's first case of Ebola died on Friday, shortly after the World Health Organization warned that many people had potentially been exposed to the virus because she was taken across the country while ill.

The girl had travelled with her grandmother hundreds of kilometres by bus from Guinea via Mali's capital to the western town of Kayes, where she was diagnosed on Thursday. Health workers were scrambling to trace hundreds of potential contacts in a bid to prevent Ebola taking hold in Mali.

Oct 25 00:54

Global Warming Debate Over: We’re Doomed

According to Guy McPherson, Professor Emeritus of Natural Resources, Ecology, etc., at the University of Arizona, (presumably man-made) climate change is “irreversible” and, basically, we’re all doomed.

Oct 25 00:42

Reporter Detained for Photographing Courthouse, Accused of Being ‘Possible Terrorist’

PINAC investigative reporter Jeff Gray continued his First Amendment audits on Florida officials, testing their knowledge on the law when it comes to photography. -- Or more precisely, their lack of knowledge. -- In the top video recorded in the front of the federal courthouse in Orlando last week, he was accused of being a “possible terrorist” by a security guard who kept shining his flashlight into his lens, even though it was broad daylight.

Oct 25 00:36

Prohibition Redux: Pennsylvania to Destroy Thousands of Bottles of Wine

A Pennsylvania man’s extensive wine collection is on the verge of destruction. -- The state plans to pour out thousands of bottles of wine, including many rare labels, after a police sting found the owner was selling the wine out of his home. -- Pennsylvania is one of only two states where only the state is legally allowed to sell wine to the public, Bloomberg News reported.

Oct 25 00:29

Most Financial Research Is Probably Wrong, Say Financial Researchers

And if that’s right, the problem isn’t just academic. It means you are probably paying too much for your mutual funds.

October 24, 2014

Oct 24 22:54

Bio recovery team cleans Dr. Spencer’s apartment, no protocol followed

MEANWHILE MAYOR PUSHES FLU SHOTS ONTO ‘EVERY NEW YORKER’

Oct 24 21:54

Doctor Blows The Lid on Ebola Cover-Up: Special Report

A doctor has exclusively revealed to Infowars that health authorities are covering up Ebola cases in the United States and disappearing patients

Oct 24 16:01

800 million Twitpic photos to vanish from the web Saturday

Some of Twitter’s most defining moments have been shared through images; from the U.S. Airways plane that landed on the Hudson River, to the magnitude 7.0 earthquake that crippled the Haitian capital of Port-au-Prince.

But many of those images will disappear from Twitter Saturday after Twitpic – once one of the most used image sharing services for Twitter – shuts down for good.

Oct 24 15:55

Google VP's 135,908-foot leap breaks world record for highest free-fall parachute jump

The last time someone made a leap like this, the entire world knew about it; Felix Baumgartner's thrilling jump from the edge of space was streamed live over the internet as it happened. Baumgartner became the first person to break the sound barrier in free fall. His dive was from an altitude of 127,852 feet, which at the time also set a new record for highest free-fall parachute jump — a record that Eustace surpassed today.

Eustace apparently declined Google's offers to help, seeking to avoid the spectacle and frenzy that surrounded Baumgartner's jump. Instead, he worked quietly for three years on the self-funded project — outside of Google's halls — to make his mark and shatter the altitude record by falling from the stratosphere.

Oct 24 15:46

Despite Ebola Fears, DHS Unprepared for a Pandemic After Spending a Bundle, Warns Inspector General

Despite years of warning, preparation, and spending, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is unprepared for the sort of pandemic that has been occupying Americans' minds of late, DHS Inspector General John Roth told the House Oversight Committee today. The feds have stockpiled plenty of gear and supplies, but they don't know if it's the right gear, in the right quantities, or whether it's in usable condition, because there's no game plan to speak of.

Oct 24 15:46

Ebola crisis: 'Many exposed' to infected Mali girl

Health officials fear many people may have been exposed to Mali's first Ebola victim - a two-year-old girl.

Oct 24 15:45

Ukraine and Russia reach gas 'consensus'

"We have found consensus on all elements of the deal," Mr Kobolev said.

"Ukraine has made a gesture of good faith and is prepared to settle part of [its outstanding bills]."

He added that while a compromise had been reached on winter pricing, a "major issue" remained unresolved.

"Ukraine would like to see a binding agreement that provides for [pricing] arrangements to be fixed for six months."

So far, Mr Kobolev said, Gazprom had refused to sign any such agreement

Oct 24 15:35

CHICAGOLAND: ‘Very Large’ Roach Scurries Across City Council Chamber — As Pest Control Boss Testifies!

A top Emanuel administration official was embarrassed Thursday when a rather large bug showed up while he was testifying at a Budget Committee hearing.

Oct 24 15:31

Mandatory quarantines for at-risk travelers from Ebola hot spots

The governors of New York and New Jersey on Friday imposed mandatory 21-day quarantines for at-risk travelers arriving at JFK and Newark Liberty airports from Ebola afflicted countries – tough new measures that far exceed those imposed by the feds.

Oct 24 15:30

Feds Exhaust Hazmat Supplies Amid Ebola Scare

The federal government is drying up the supply of Hazmat suits and protective gear according to several large distributors, fueling concerns that the deadly Ebola virus will continue to spread in the wake of yesterday’s fourth confirmed case.

Oct 24 15:18

Safety, Tolerability and Pharmacokinetic First in Human (FIH) Study for Intravenous (IV) TKM-100802

This study has suspended participant recruitment.
(This clinical trial has been suspended following a clinical hold placed on the investigational new drug TKM-100802.)
Sponsor:
Tekmira Pharmaceuticals Corporation
Collaborator:
Department of Defense

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This document confirmns that there was an Ebola vaccine trial taking place at Kenema, co-sponsored by Tekmira Pharmaceuticals and the US Department of Defense, with thew project being terminated following the explosion of Ebola in the population around the laboratory.

Oct 24 14:59

The Document Dump that Could Kill Hillary’s Presidential Hopes

Although Mrs. Clinton is still embroiled in scandal, the overwhelming amount of information that has been released by the National Archives could strike a serious blow to her chances of becoming president.

A good deal of America doesn’t believe Hillary Clinton when she declares that she and the rest of the administration did everything they could to prevent the attacks on Benghazi from taking place.

But while her current behavior is classless and abusive, voters will hopefully see that the pattern of behavior is nothing new as scandal from years gone by will be rearing its ugly head.

That’s because the National Archives will be releasing over 10,000 pages worth of documents covering the former first lady’s time in office.

Oct 24 14:59

WHERE TO FIND A MILLIONAIRE

Oct 24 14:58

AG Holder lied: Fast and Furious cover-up leads into the Oval Office

With Attorney General Eric Holder on his way out of office and the newer stories taking center stage in the Obama cavalcade of scandals, many believed the investigation into the botched Operation Fast and Furious was DOA (dead-on-arrival). However on Thursday, a public-interest group renowned for uncovering government corruption and criminal activity released Department of Justice (DOJ) documents that revealed that not only did Holder lie under oath before a congressional panel, but that the cover-up leads right into the Oval Office.

Oct 24 14:42

UK's GPs to be paid £55 for each dementia diagnosis

Family doctors in England are to be paid £55 for each patient they diagnose with dementia, NHS bosses say.

Oct 24 14:39

90 percent of Americans are poorer today than in 1987

The American Dream is slipping further away from the vast majority of Americans than it has in a quarter century. Now 90 percent of US households are poorer than they were in 1987, according to both a new study and the head of the Federal Reserve.

“The new, harsh reality is that the bottom 90 percent of households are poorer today than they were in 1987,” Matt O’Brien wrote in the Washington Post Wonkblog, citing data from a new National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) paper on U.S. wealth inequality, which he says is based on tax data. “It's been a lost 25 years for the bottom 90 percent, but a lost 15 for the next 9 percent, too. That's right: altogether, the bottom 99 percent are worth less today than they were in 1998.”

Oct 24 14:29

Putin: Russia’s plans to solve Ukraine’s debt problem rejected

President Putin said Moscow offered numerous solutions to Ukrainian gas debts which have been rejected by Kiev and the IMF as complicated and difficult procedures. He expects a solution to be found soon otherwise it could lead to a crisis.

Talking about Russian gas delivery to Europe at the Valdai international discussion club meeting on Friday the President explained all the concessions Russia has made and is ready to make to see gas flow into Ukraine and urged the Western partners to co-operate.

Ukraine’s debt to Russia is 5.6 billion dollars for gas delivery and 3 billion dollars of credit. Russia has revised the sum of the debt and now demands only 4.5 billion. In January Ukraine is to receive a tranche from the IMF. The final sum will be reconsidered by the IMF after October, 26.

Putin said Russia suggested several variants to Kiev and IMF of how the debt should be covered.

Oct 24 14:20

Turkish intelligence might be behind Press TV reporter’s death

Oct 24 14:18

Russia calls Europe's bluff on Ukraine gas deal

Russia, Ukraine and the European Union failed late Tuesday to strike a deal that would guarantee Russian gas supplies through the coming winter, after the E.U. refused a request by the Russian side to guarantee full and proper payment by Ukraine.

The deadlock revives the risk that Russia may cut off gas deliveries to parts of Europe this winter, as part of a wider strategy to assert its influence in Ukraine. That would further aggravate the economic slowdown that has hit both countries since the Ukrainian crisis erupted.

Oct 24 14:16

Election race in Ukraine marked by particular filthiness, cynicism

The election campaign in Ukraine is marked by an inordinate degree of filthiness and cynicism, Russian Ambassador to the UN Vitaly Churkin said on Friday as he took the floor at a meeting of the UN Security Council.

Oct 24 14:14

Italians Hold Nation-Wide Strike Protesting Against Labor Measures

Italian workers are holding a 24-hour strike across the country Friday, protesting against the so-called "Jobs Act", proposed by Prime Minister Matteo Renzi.

Oct 24 14:00

Suspicious Canada Shooting Triggers 'Minority Report' Pre-Crime Plans for 'Preventive Arrests'

On Wednesday, just two days after a "radicalized" man ran over two Canadian soldiers in a mall parking lot, a gunmen opened fire at Canada's National War Memorial and at Parliament Hill, killing one soldier and wounding a security guard. He was later killed by an armed guard.

Within less than two days, rhetoric has risen unusually high for Canada in the wake of what have been called "terror attacks," bringing terrorism home along with fresh demands for new police powers.

This time, the new powers would include 'preventive arrests,' potentially taking the country down the slippery slope of guilty-until-proven innocent authoritarian policies.

Oct 24 13:59

Revealed: Google's links to US govt

One of the world's largest internet companies, Google 'should be a serious concern' internationally, WikiLeaks co-founder and Editor-in-chief Julian Assange says, revealing its connections and donations to the White House.

"Google is steadily becoming the Internet for many people. Its influence on the choices and behavior of the totality of individual human beings translates to real power to influence the course of history," Assange writes in his article, an extract from which is published in Newsweek.

Oct 24 13:56

Snowden's Motivation: What the Internet Was Like Before It Was Being Watched, and How We Can Get There Again

Laura Poitras’ riveting new documentary about mass surveillance gives an intimate look into the motivations that guided Edward Snowden, who sacrificed his career and risked his freedom to expose mass surveillance by the NSA. CITIZENFOUR, which debuts on Friday, has many scenes that explore the depths of government surveillance gone awry and the high-tension unfolding of Snowden’s rendezvous with journalists in Hong Kong. One of the most powerful scenes in the film comes when Snowden discusses his motivation for the disclosures and points to his fundamental belief in the power and promise of the Internet:

Oct 24 13:35

Hungary Under Strong Political Pressure From US

Hungarian relations with Russia contributed to the US decision, believes the senior research fellow under the EU's Eastern Neighbourhood and Russia Research Programme at the Finnish Institute of International Affairs. “Hungary’s Russian policy is of key importance” in the latest American move, he said.

Oct 24 13:33

Deputy down in Auburn area, incident may be related to shooting of Sacramento sheriff’s deputy

At least two deputies in Sacramento and Placer counties were shot Friday morning and law enforcement officials were scrambling through the region trying to determine if the incidents are related.

Oct 24 13:32

Germans Clear Russia in MH-17 Case

The West’s case blaming Russia for the shoot-down of a Malaysia Airlines plane over Ukraine last July appears to be crumbling as the German foreign intelligence agency has concluded that the anti-aircraft missile battery involved came from a Ukrainian military base, according to a report by the German newsmagazine Der Spiegel.

Oct 24 13:31

TMI! Outrageous Homework Assignment Wants to Know What's In Parents' Medicine Cabinets

And the parent's response is priceless!

What would you do if your child came home with this homework assignment?

Oct 24 13:27

Red-faced Swedish Navy calls off hunt for mystery vessel in Baltic Sea - and is forced to admit there was no submarine there after all

Swedish military has called off the search for a 'Russian underwater vessel' thought to have been lurking in the Stockholm archipelago, after admitting that it was 'definitely not' a submarine.

Ed note: They did, however, manage to push through a controversial defense budget increase that stood no chance of passing if this had not happened.

Oct 24 13:01

Richard Wolff on the State of the Economy

de-bunking media BS and fact-checking

Oct 24 12:58

Obama Is “Handling” Ebola … with P.R.

Obama didn’t appoint an infectious disease expert – or even someone with any healthcare experience – as Ebola czar. He appointed a lobbyist and PR flack.

Oct 24 12:14

US threatens Turkish and Kurdish middlemen in ISIS oil bonanza

A US treasury official has warned Turkish and Kurdish middlemen against trading in Islamic State (ISIS) oil by threatening to slap US sanctions on those caught dealing with the extremist group.

US officials have discreetly criticised the illicit Turkish and Kurdish trade in oil from ISIS, which is also known as IS and ISIL, but comments from US Treasury Undersecretary David Cohen in Washington on Thursday, were the clearest warning so far.

“Last month, ISIL was selling oil at substantially discounted prices to a variety of middlemen, including some from Turkey,” Cohen said. “It also appears that some of the oil emanating from territory where ISIL operates has been sold to Kurds in Iraq, and then resold into Turkey.”

Oct 24 12:14

Dozens of Civilians Killed by US-Led Bombing of Syria: Report

A new assessment released Thursday by a human rights monitor on the ground in Syria reveals that in addition to the confirmed death of hundreds of soldiers aligned with either the Islamic State (ISIS) or the al Nusra Front that have been killed by U.S.-led airstrikes over the last month, dozens of civilians have also been killed in the bombings, including innocent men, women and children.

Oct 24 12:13

Aid needed to stem explosion of Ebola in Liberia: study

Without a massive scaleup of aid, the Ebola epidemic in Liberia will explode, according to a computer simulation published Friday of the nation's most populous county.

The study -- using assumptions challenged by some experts -- projected that by December 15, Montserrado county could have up to 171,000 cases of Ebola.

Oct 24 12:05

Turkish intelligence might be behind Press TV reporter’s death: US journalist

An American journalist calls for an open and transparent investigation into the death of Press TV journalist Serena Shim, saying the Turkish intelligence might be behind the incident.

James Morris, editor of America-hijacked.com, made the remarks on Sunday while commenting to Press TV on Serena Shim’s death inside Turkey, near the Syrian Kurdish city of Kobani, where the ISIL terrorists and Kurdish fighters are engaged in heavy battles.

“My condolences to Press TV and the family of Serena Shim... It is very sad to hear of her passing today. I think it is very important to have an open and transparent investigation into her death,” Morris said.

Oct 24 11:56

The DEA Once Turned A 14-Year-Old Into A Drug Kingpin. Welcome To The War On Drugs

Just months after Edward Snowden unmasked the National Security Agency's massive domestic spying program, The New York Times broke news of the Hemisphere Project, which pairs experts from telecommunications giant AT&T with federal and local anti-drug officials, including DEA agents. It gives law enforcement officials access to "every call that passes through an AT&T switch -- not just those made by AT&T customers -- and includes calls dating back 26 years," according to the Times report. That's around 4 billion call records every day, each logged with information on the location of callers. The official government slideshow describing the program suggested it had been helpful in tracking drug dealers who frequently change phones, or use disposable "burner" phones.

Oct 24 11:41

MASS VIOLENCE LINKED TO PRESCRIPTION PSYCHIATRIC MEDICATIONS - A RESOURCE PAGE

Eric Harris age 17 (first on Zoloft then Luvox) and Dylan Klebold aged 18 (Colombine school shooting in Littleton, Colorado), killed 12 students and 1 teacher, and wounded 23 others, before killing themselves. Klebold's medical records have never been made available to the public.

Jeff Weise, age 16, had been prescribed 60 mg/day of Prozac (three times the average starting dose for adults!) when he shot his grandfather, his grandfather's girlfriend and many fellow students at Red Lake, Minnesota. He then shot himself. 10 dead, 12 wounded.

Cory Baadsgaard, age 16, Wahluke (Washington state) High School, was on Paxil (which caused him to have hallucinations) when he took a rifle to his high school and held 23 classmates hostage. He has no memory of the event.

Chris Fetters, age 13, killed his favorite aunt while taking Prozac.

Christopher Pittman, age 12, murdered both his grandparents while taking Zoloft.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Reposted in light of the school shooting in Washington State in which the shooter has reportedly committed suicide following the rampage, a classic pattern seen in SSRI triggered violence.

Oct 24 11:40

Police: shooter dead after opening fire at Marysville-Pilchuck High School

A gunman believed to have opened fire at Marysville-Pilchuck High School Friday morning is dead from a self-inflicted gunshot wound, according to two law-enforcement sources.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

That fits the classic pattern of an SSRI melt-down.

Oct 24 11:33

Beyond Oil And Gold Prices

Is It A U.S.-Saudi Plan To Punish Oil-Rich Russia And Iran?

Gold prices are high these days, while oil prices are witnessing an accelerated dropping.

Chart: Gold price in the last 30 days (source: Gold.org)

Oct 24 11:30

Shooting Reported at Washington High School

Police in Marysville, Washington have reportedly confirmed an active shooter at Pilchuck High School. Shots were fired near the school's cafeteria and students are locked in their classrooms, according to a teacher who spoke with KIRO. There are unconfirmed reports of six injuries, and a Life Flight helicopter has reportedly been called to the scene.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Those ADHD drugs can be a BITCH!

Oct 24 10:57

Report: New (Cointelpro) Black Panthers Have Armed and are Prepared to Moving on #Ferguson and St. Louis

A shocking report called “St. Louis City Anti-Terrorism Unit Activated after Black Panthers Declare War on Police” has just been released

Oct 24 10:54

Ultra-Orthodox Jews Attack Jerusalem Buses Over Women Of The Wall Ad

JERUSALEM (AP) — Dozens of ultra-Orthodox Jews hurled stones and slashed the tires of buses bearing ads promoting female worship at a key Jerusalem holy site, Israeli police said Tuesday.

The attack, which happened on Monday night in Jerusalem's ultra-Orthodox Mea Shearim neighborhood, underscores the still simmering tensions in Israel over religious extremists who want to separate the sexes in public spaces.

Note: This goes way beyond freedom of religion. These are criminal offenses.

Oct 24 10:50

Clashes Between Police and Protesters Turn Violent in Argentina

Police march on workers protesting against the Lear Corporation.

Oct 24 10:47

Suspected killer in Ottawa shootings expressed hatred for soldiers

Michael Zehaf-Bibeau, the 32-year-old suspected killer of a Canadian Forces soldier in Ottawa, spent $160 a day on heroin and hated Canadian and American soldiers, according to a man who got to know him in Ottawa.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

$160 a day on heroin? Doesn't sound like much of a Muslim to me!

Oct 24 10:31

THE FEDERAL RESERVE PAYS NO TAXES!!!!!!

" Federal reserve banks, including the capital stock and surplus therein, and the income derived therefrom shall be exempt from Federal, State, and local taxation, except taxes upon real estate. "

Webmaster's Commentary: 

From the horse's, or in this case the pig's own mouth!

Oct 24 10:27

Missouri police prepare for potential riot ahead of grand jury decision in Michael Brown shooting

Missouri police have been brushing up on constitutional rights and stocking up on riot gear to prepare for a grand jury's decision about whether to charge a white police officer who fatally shot a black 18-year-old in suburban St. Louis.

Oct 24 10:26

Ottawa shooter attempted to rob McDonalds with pointed stick, "wanted to be in jail" because he believed it was the only way to overcome his crack cocaine addiction

Ottawa shooter Michael Zehaf-Bibeau attempted to confess to a historical armed robbery that the RCMP believed didn’t happen, then attempted an armed robbery at a McDonald’s to go to jail, court recordings provided to CTV News show.

Oct 24 10:25

"We won't pay," furious Cameron tells EU over surprise budget

In a vivid display of public fury at European Union technocrats, British Prime Minister David Cameron refused to pay a surprise 2.1-billion-euro bill on Friday as EU leaders ordered an urgent review of how the budget figures were arrived at.

As Eurosceptics at home leapt on news that the EU executive -- branded a "thirsty vampire" -- had demanded a sum worth about one seventh of London's annual payment after a major statistical review of national incomes, Cameron demanded action from fellow leaders at a summit calling the bill "completely unacceptable".

He found some sympathy - a visibly furious Cameron told a news conference that Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi had also lambasted "bureaucrats without a heart", who made it harder to persuade citizens of the Union's value.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

If England refuses to pay, the whole pyramid will collapse, triggering an estimated $95 trillion in credit default swaps sold my Wall Street, for which they do not have the cash to pay. So, will Obama now declare war on Great Britain to force them back into the obedience of the private central bankers?

Oct 24 10:25

Russell Brand sparks fury as he says he's 'open-minded' over blaming 9/11 on US government

Never one to shy away from controversy, the self-styled revolutionary used his appearance on Newsnight to elaborate on a view expressed in his new book entitled Revolution, in which he sets out his call for political change.

Pressed by presenter Evan Davis on comments about the destruction of New York's Twin Towers in 2001, Brand refused to rule out the possibility that the American government was behind them.

He then went on to accuse the BBC of promoting an "anti-Islamic narrative" in its coverage of this week's attack by a gunman on the Canadian parliament.

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