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Jul 30 05:17

Top Gear's Clarkson, Hammond and May making show for Amazon

Former Top Gear hosts Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May have signed up to present a new show on Amazon's streaming video service.

The trio will front three series of a new motoring programme for Amazon Prime, with the first season to be made available worldwide in 2016.

Jul 30 05:18

British Gas owner Centrica cuts 6,000 jobs

Energy firm Centrica has said it will cut 6,000 jobs as it reported a doubling of profits at its British Gas business in the first half of the year.

Jul 30 05:26

House of Lords: 20 peers claim £1.6m during past five years – and never speak in debates

Twenty peers who have said almost nothing during House of Lords’ debates have received more than £1.6m in allowances and travel expenses during the past five years, according to a report.

A former head of the Commons’ standards committee said there was an urgent need for reform as the Lords had become “an absurd joke”.

Jul 30 05:29

Israel accused of killing 75 children during day of 'carnage' and war crimes in Gaza war

Using interviews, video footage, photographs and other evidence the researchers pieced together a timeline of events concluding that the Israeli Defence Forces (IDF) “Hannibal Directive” had been enacted.

The controversial military procedure could be the subject of criminal investigation in Israel, where officials admitted it was enacted on the day of Lt Goldin’s disappearance.

Under the directive, Israeli forces can respond to the capture of a soldier with intense firepower which some analysts have claimed aim to kill the soldier rather than let them fall alive into enemy hands.

Mr Luther said the goal was to “foil Lt Goldin’s capture at any cost…seeing entire districts of Rafah, including heavily populated residential areas, bombarded without distinction between civilians and military targets”.

Jul 30 05:55

Debt Slaves: 7 Out Of 10 Americans Believe That Debt ‘Is A Necessity In Their Lives’

Could you live without debt? Most Americans say that they cannot. According to a brand new Pew survey, approximately 7 out of every 10 Americans believe that “debt is a necessity in their lives”, and approximately 8 out of every 10 Americans actually have debt right now.

Jul 30 05:57

What are the ‘blood trails’ on Saturn’s moon? Experts are stumped by mysterious arch-shaped red lines on Tethys' icy surface

Cassini has spotted mysterious red lines, several hundred miles long, scratched across the surface of Saturn's icy moon Tethys.

The unexplained arc-shaped 'blood trails' are among the most unusual colour features on Saturn's moons to be revealed by the probe.

Jul 30 06:27

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Jul 30 06:42

Royal Bank of Scotland suffers loss of £153m in 2015 after it forks out £1.3bn in banking scandal fines

Taxpayer-backed Royal Bank of Scotland has fallen back into the red after taking another £1.3billion hit for banking scandal fines and warned that was not the end of the payouts.

Jul 30 06:54

Critical BIND bug scores PATCH YESTERDAY grading

Gird your loins internet: Attackers now have the ability to disrupt large swathes of the web through a remote denial of service vulnerability found in the most widely used software for DNS servers.

The BIND bug (CVE-2015-5477) patched overnight affects all DNS servers running the software, and can be attacked with ease.

In fact a researcher has already developed an attack capable of knocking servers offline with a single packet.

Internet Systems Consortium Michael McNally, lead investigator for the bug, says there are no workarounds other than to apply a patch. He expects attacks to happen soon.

Jul 30 07:00

FUTURIST SUGGESTS REPLACING DEATH PENALTY WITH BRAIN IMPLANTS THAT CONTROL PRISONERS’ MIND, BEHAVIOUR

Brain implants able to manage out-of-control tempers and violent actions of prisons were suggested to minimise crime rates in the United States and as alternative for death penalty, according to Zoltan Istvan. The futurist and presidential candidate for the Transhumanist Party, Istvan suggested that the technology could be a near-term alternative for criminals on death row and might be considered sufficient punishment. "Violent crime is a version of mental disease," Istvan stated in an article published in Motherboard, suggesting conducting brain alterations to prisoners could change behaviour and attitudes of criminals into decent members of society. The brain implants would work as a surveillance device that could monitor or possibly control each action of the prisoner with a tranquiliser triggered if violent behaviour is reported or attempted by the inmate.

Jul 30 07:06

LOS ANGELES UNION WANTS TO BE EXEMPT FROM $15 MINIMUM WAGE IT FOUGHT FOR

Union officials in Los Angeles are fighting to be excluded from minimum wage rules that they have lobbied to put in place. Los Angeles city council is set to vote on a union-backed clause to its $15-an-hour minimum wage bill that would exempt workers covered by a collective bargaining contract. The debate is expected to start later this week when the council returns from summer recess.

Jul 30 07:13

Why Are PDs the Largest Group Attending Int'l Defense Expos?

You probably wouldn't be surprised to learn that the biggest driver of the world economy is war and weaponry. But then why would law enforcement be active buyers at elite International Defense Expos like LAAD (Brazil)? This is where country and military heads go to get big time weapons - guns, bulk ammo, drones, armor, APCs, jets and even rockets. It's Willy Wonka's war store, except the Candyman's gone.

Jul 30 07:15

The Private Sector Is Cashing In On The Pentagon’s ‘Insatiable Demand’ For Drone War Intelligence

Some months ago, an imagery analyst was sitting in his curtained cubicle at Hurlburt Field airbase in Florida watching footage transmitted from a drone above one of the battlefields in the War on Terror. If he thought the images showed someone doing anything suspicious, or holding a weapon, he had to type it in to a chat channel seen by the pilots controlling the drone’s missiles.

Once an observation has been fed in to the chat, he later explained, it’s hard to revise it – it influences the whole mindset of the people with their hands on the triggers.

“As a screener anything you say is going to be interpreted in the most hostile way,” he said, speaking with the careful deliberation of someone used to their words carrying consequences.

Jul 30 07:19

Travel indicator being put to critical tests

Jul 30 07:25

U.S. would have ‘no right’ to stop Israel from hitting Iran nuke sites: Christie

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, campaigning for president in New Hampshire, said the U.S. would have “no right” to stop Israel from using military force to destroy Iran’s nuclear program.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

So tell us, Chris, just where do you think the radiation will wind up when Israel; bombs Iran's nuclear power station?

Jul 30 07:29

Why Do So Many Jews Hate Black People?

Dov Lior, a popular chief rabbi in Israel, recently called Obama a Kushi, which is Israel’s equivalent to nig*er. Most Americans are completely unaware of the general contempt that many Jewish people have towards blacks, as Max Blumenthal found out when he interviewed dozens of young people in Israel who reiterated the Rabbi’s sentiments about Obama. Blumenthal’s video titled Feeling the Hate in Israel was removed from YouTube, Vimeo, and the Huffington Post shortly after going viral.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

But you can still see the video HERE!

Jul 30 07:31

Cruz says Iran could set off Electro Magnetic Pulse over east coast, killing 10s of millions

The single greatest threat if Iran acquired even a single nuclear weapon would be that they would place that weapon on a rocket on a ship anywhere up and down the Atlantic and they would fire that rocket straight into the air into the atmosphere and if it got high enough and they could detonate a nuclear war head, it would set off what’s called an Electro Magnetic Pulse, an EMP. An EMP would take down the electrical grid of the entire eastern seaboard.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Of course, Ted "Born in Canada" Cruz doesn't say WHY Iran, a nation that has not invaded another country in a war of aggression in over 200 years, would do such a stupid thing. And please keep in mind that all these people screaming about the Iranian nuclear threat are the same ones who insisted Iraq had nuclear weapons!

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