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Thomas Paine

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Saturday, October 13, 2012

13 October - Blogs I'm Following

10:54 am MDST

Roswell vs. Circleville

KRandle at A Different Perspective - 3 minutes ago
It has been suggested that a find of a weather balloon sometime prior to July 5, 1947, is similar to that made in Roswell a few days later. A story, headlined, “Flying Disc Believed Found on Pickaway [Ohio] Farm,” published on July 5, 1947, in the *Circleville Herald*, is similar to that published on July 8 by many newspapers around the county including the *Roswell Daily Record*. It is believed that this is, in a similar sense, the Roswell story and how the same explanation can be applied in Roswell that was applied in Ohio. That short article in the Ohio newspaper and later picke... more »

Amanda Todd dies a month after detailing her torment in a YouTube video

Lynsey at The Coming Crisis - 5 minutes ago

Anonymous withdraws support for WikiLeaks; Has been 'ruined by egos'

Lynsey at The Coming Crisis - 18 minutes ago

Czech regional elections: Pilsen defends some decency

Luboš Motl at The Reference Frame - 30 minutes ago
Political colors in regional politics are fortunately not as important as they are in the national and international politics. In the regions, the governors are ultimately doing almost the same things and they have to succeed with predetermined resources, and so on. Personal preferences and abilities of individual politicians/managers are arguably more important. However, these may be just words I designed to reduce my immense dissatisfaction with the regional elections in Czechia that took over yesterday and today. Modern Czechia is divided to 14 regions. You see that Pragu... more »

7 Nasty and Crazy Effects of Pesticides in Food, Exposure

Mark Daniels at GLOBAL POLITICAL AWAKENING - 30 minutes ago
Lisa Garber When asked by a skeptical friend why you buy organic, do you find yourself tongue-tied? Was it obesity? Or thyroid problems? Why should you buy organic? There are numerous reasons to skip the mainstream supermarket food and shop at an organic grocer, but just one of those reasons revolves around the effects of pesticides. Unfortunately, pesticides attack your body on several fronts. Keep this list handy the next time you find yourself wondering if you should buy a carton of conventional strawberries rather than organic to potentially save a few pennies. Remember th... more »

UK to Introduce National ID Scheme Using Mobile Phones and Social Media Profiles

Mark Daniels at GLOBAL POLITICAL AWAKENING - 45 minutes ago
Click image to enlarge / credit:Independent Brandon Turbeville Early in 2012, I wrote an article regarding India’s implementation of the Unique Identification (UID) Program for all of its 1.2 billion residents entitled, “Cashless Society: India Implements First Biometric ID Program Despite Growing Concern,” where I detailed the history, mechanisms and ultimate goals of the program. I followed this report by an article entitled, “Japan Proposes Next Phase of Centralized Surveillance,” dealing with the new Japanese UID with a similar analysis. But, while news of India and Japan’s ma... more »


New Orleans Ladder at New Orleans Ladder - 46 minutes ago
*Our hero, Scott Fujita exonerated ~Levees.org*

How cute! Young Zach Thinks The LPC Will Actually Do Something About Cannabis Decrim ... Don't hold your breath !!

leftdog at Buckdog - 1 hour ago
* "Another very important development emerged from the Party’s 2012 biennial convention this past January, however. Liberal delegates overwhelming approved a policy pushed by young Liberals in British Columbia advocating the legalization and regulation of cannabis. The fact that 77 percent of all delegates backed the resolution proves that the issue is relevant not only to young Canadians."* *Zach Paikin* *I vowed to myself, sometime back, that ANYTIME I see a member of the Liberal Party of Canada talk about or suggest the lessening of penalties for simple possession of cannabis, t... more »

Clashes erupt on Egypt’s Tahrir Square, over 100 injured

Intercept at The Intercept - 1 hour ago
Russia Today Thousands of supporters and opponents of Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi battled for control of Cairo’s Tahrir Square, the epicenter of the recent revolution. Over one hundred protesters are reported injured in the violence. Supporters and opponents of Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi fought for control of Cairo’s Tahrir Square, the epicenter of the recent revolution. Protesters hurled rocks and bottles at each other, fists flew and gunshots were heard during the melee in downtown Cairo on Friday. The ongoing conflict is the first major street fight between libera... more »

Don’t Vote For Evil

Mark Daniels at GLOBAL POLITICAL AWAKENING - 1 hour ago
Anthony Freda/Dan Zollinger Art Paul Craig Roberts, *Contributor* Back during the George W. Bush neocon regime, President Hugo Chavez of Venezuela in his UN speech summed up George W. Bush for the world. I am quoting Chavez from memory, not verbatim. “Yesterday standing at this same podium was Satan himself, speaking as if he owned the world. You can still smell the sulfur.” Chavez is one of the American right-wing’s favorite bogymen, because Chavez helps the people instead of bleeding them for the rich, which is Washington’s way. While Washington has driven all but the one perc... more »

Wheat Contains Not One, But 23K Potentially Harmful Proteins

Mark Daniels at GLOBAL POLITICAL AWAKENING - 1 hour ago
Sayer Ji, *Contributor* Most folks don't realize that when we are talking about health problems associated with wheat, or gluten, we are not talking about a monolithic entity, a singular "bad guy," solely responsible for the havoc commonly experienced as a consequence of consuming this grain. After all, how could just one villain cause the 200+ different clinically observed adverse health effects now linked in the biomedical literature to wheat consumption? *No, the problem is that "gluten" is an abstraction, and in its perceived singularity profoundly misrepresents the true e... more »

Are you American, Jewish and planning on voting for Barack Obama?

Not a sheep at Not a sheep - 1 hour ago
Are you American, Jewish and planning on voting for Barack Obama? If so then please watch this video...

The Meducation Letters

skrashen at Schools Matter - 2 hours ago
Both letters published in the NY Times about “meducation” (Stephen Colbert’s term) missed the point: Here is a little of the original article, the two letters that were published, and the three that were not published: The article (introduction only): By ALAN SCHWARZ CANTON, Ga. — When Dr. Michael Anderson hears about his low-income patients struggling in elementary school, he usually gives them a taste of some powerful medicine: Adderall. The pills boost focus and impulse control in children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Although A.D.H.D is the diagnosis Dr. Ander... more »

Free Planet - each Billionaire costs 33,333 human lives

Mike Philbin at FREE PLANET - 2 hours ago
*Number Of Billionaires Soars Despite Downturn (c) Sky News 2011 The number of billionaires in the UK has increased to 32, with the Duke of Westminster Gerald Cavendish Grosvenor again named the country's richest man. Despite the property slump, the 59-year-old landowner increased his worth to $13bn - but still only managed 57th on the Forbes global rich list. Despite the global economic downturn, the Forbes 25th list of the richest people on the planet saw the number of billionaires increase by 214 to a record 1,210.* [source SKY NEWS] you meet people in the supermarket talki... more »

Slow Saturday Special: Ohio's One Percent

Rocker at MSM Monitor - 2 hours ago
*I suppose any post from me is special now being it is such a rarity.* "Battle for Ohio heats up; Romney makes new appeals to women after Obama’s lead slipped following lackluster debate performance" by Alan Wirzbicki | Globe Staff, October 13, 2012 COLUMBUS, Ohio —Interviews with *Democratic and Democratic-leaning women*in Ohio suggest Obama has some ground to make up. The first debate left some of his supporters demoralized, and even caused a few of them to take *another look at Romney*. Cathy Klim, a project manager from Circleville, Ohio, who *voted for Obama in 2008* and said... more »

Syria, Turkey, Israel and the Greater Middle East Energy War

Intercept at The Intercept - 2 hours ago
Global Research F. William Engdahl On October 3, 2012 the Turkish military launched repeated mortar shellings inside Syrian territory. The military action, which was used by the Turkish military, conveniently, to establish a ten-kilometer wide no-man’s land “buffer zone” inside Syria, was in response to the alleged killing by Syrian armed forces of several Turkish civilians along the border. There is widespread speculation that the one Syrian mortar that killed five Turkish civilians well might have been fired by Turkish-backed opposition forces intent on giving Turkey a pretext t... more »

31 Days of Photo Props: Alphabet Blocks

Debra at Housewife Eclectic - 2 hours ago
Alphabet blocks are a great tool to have in your prop box. They can be used for just about any age child and to spell just about anything. With babies I lay the blocks in front of the little one and use them to spell out their name. With maternity sessions, you can use the blocks to spell out the gender or name of the child. I have used alphabet blocks to spell out the age of a child, the wedding date of a couple and the word senior for high school seniors. They are fun, colorful and pretty affordable. You can often buy them at craft stores using a 40% off coupon. My particular ... more »

1812 & stephen harper

thwap at thwap's schoolyard - 2 hours ago
The cartoon above is dedicated to the principle that the real reason harper is going as far as airing television commercials to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the War of 1812 is because it feeds into the militarist culture he's trying to foster in Canada, which itself is really to create the proper environment for war profiteers to flourish. harper's cabal tries to portray 1812 as some sort of national struggle. It wasn't. Most of the inhabitants of the Thirteen Colonies (like most people today) didn't give a shit about the political struggles of their time. They wanted to be l... more » 

The soul of a rapidly dying culture!

bob somerby at the daily howler - 3 hours ago
*SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 2012 * *As captured in one magic sentence:* Incredible? Astounding? Beyond all belief? Which of these terms would *you* apply? No one ever believes Cassandra. But the soul of a rapidly dying culture was captured this morning in just one magical sentence. How emptied out are this nation’s elites? We’ll rest our case on this sentence: “I think I speak for all of America when I say nothing that interesting happened with the vice-presidential candidates.” Surely, you know who wrote those words. But don’t worry! This next time this life-form appears on TV, Rache... more »

No There There

Owen Gray at Northern Reflections - 3 hours ago
In his review of Thursday night's debate between Joe Biden and Paul Ryan, Hendrick Hertzberg -- in *The New Yorker* -- draws his readers' attention to the following exchange between the two candidates: BIDEN: I love my friend here. I—I’m not allowed to show letters, but go on our Web site. He sent me two letters saying, “By the way, can you send me some stimulus money for companies here in the state of Wisconsin?” We sent millions of dollars. You know… [crosstalk] MARTHA RADDATZ (moderator): You did ask for stimulus money, correct? BIDEN: Sure he did. By the way… RYAN: On two... more »

The Plan of the Plaintive Jesus-Following Religious: The Romney/Ryan Plan to Obliterate Medicaid

The Romney/Ryan Plan to Obliterate Medicaid — Kevin Drum Fri Oct. 12, 2012 1 (Click here for full effect.) The Journal of the American Medical Association Barrels of ink have been spilled over Medicare during this year's campaign. There's nothing wrong with that: Obama and Romney have fundamentally different approaches to Medicare and they deserve attention. Romney, for example, wants


Rufus News From Atlantis at News From Atlantis. - 3 hours ago
The following video, and text, perfectly describes the treachery committed by the politicians in every nation in Europe, who serve international finance, and who have invited alien peoples into our lands. We are being exterminated culturally and ethnically, and the traitors within have used every means at their disposal (legal and otherwise) to silence dissent. It is time to make a stand, and to refuse to cooperate with our oppressors. Our lands belong to us, and it is time to take them back; starting with the return of our unwanted guests back to where they belong, and of course... more »

Chemists' name for honesty: testosterone

Luboš Motl at The Reference Frame - 3 hours ago
*The steroid hormone seems to reduce men's lying* Have you ever wondered whether there is a simple explanation why maths and exact sciences are mostly boys' game, why physics is a macho subject of a sort, why Feynman and Einstein slept with many women while Schrödinger lived both with his wife and his mistress, and why assorted lying bitches such as the global warming alarmists have small penises? *Well, Maria Shriver might agree that this guy won't be the best example of the testosterone link to "no cheating" and "no lying" but I wanted a recognizable symbol of testosterone here,... more »

Will Enough of Us Refuse?

Mark Daniels at GLOBAL POLITICAL AWAKENING - 3 hours ago
Dan and Sheila Gendron, *Contributors* Living without the bonds of TV affords me the luxury of having time to read. As my third book this month, I happened to pick the Leon Uris novel, *QB VII*, written in the 1970s, when there was still something to be proud about in America, and when there were still enough people around who could remember the horrors of WWII. The story takes place in post-WWII England, and is about a libel suit brought by a Polish Nationalist doctor (Kelno) against a former POW in Jadwiga concentration camp, a Jewish-American author (Cady), who names him as... more »

The Banksters Financing The Romney-Ryan Ticket Don't Want Anyone Regulating Their Predatory Agenda

DownWithTyranny at DownWithTyranny! - 3 hours ago
After the vice presidential debate Thursday evening, Rep. Barney Frank took Paul Ryan to task for his lack of specifics in the plans he and Romney have for the economy. "You cannot reduce rates that they're talking about and make that up by closing loopholes without hitting some loopholes that are very popular," Frank told The Huffington Post, citing the mortgage interest deduction and other deductions. "His failure to cite those is an admission there is no real way to do that." Romney has promised to slash marginal tax rates by 20 percent, cut corporate tax rates, and cut taxes... more »

Over the Counter Painkillers can Increase Risk of 2nd Heart Attack, Death

Mark Daniels at GLOBAL POLITICAL AWAKENING - 3 hours ago
Elizabeth Renter Many people pop over the counter painkillers like they are candy, taking them every 6 to 12 hours as the bottle states. Rather than treating their pain on the front-end, they’ve come to rely on these easily available and extremely cheap medicines to take of the pain on the back-end. But researchers are always finding reasons why these pills should be pitched—and they’ve recently added another to the list. According to the study, published in the journal *Circulation*, people who have suffered a previous heart attack should use medications including ibuprofen an... more »

Cyber Attacks on Banks Inspire Secret Technocratic Network to Protect Financial Information

Mark Daniels at GLOBAL POLITICAL AWAKENING - 4 hours ago
Susanne Posel, *Contributor* Last month, mainstream media reported on the cyber-attacks to our banking institutions that disrupted business and caused havoc for customers. National Security officials stated that although the attacks have begun to subside, they are remaining vigilant. A nameless, faceless group of alleged Iranian hackers is being blamed for the attacks to JPMorgan Chase, Bank of America (BoA), Wells Fargo, US Bancorp and Citigroup. Initially, the hacker group claimed they were upset by the 14 minute trailer produced by the US government and distributed by Israel... more »

Seriously? Paramedic Punished For Covering Old Crippled House-Fire Victim With Donated Blanket

Mark Daniels at GLOBAL POLITICAL AWAKENING - 4 hours ago
Amanda Warren Don't know what the weather is like in your region, but in Detroit, Michigan it is currently cold! So when paramedic Jeff Gaglio noticed a shivering, elderly crippled man in nothing but his underwear brought outside during a house fire two weeks ago; he very naturally covered that man in a blanket. And for that, he was punished - but the story gets more ridiculous.... *The must-see humorous reporting by Charlie LeDuff (who dons a blanket for a cape!) can be seen in the video below with additional commentary and links following the video. He doesn't pull punches.* Fo... more »

Nigel Farage Laughs Heartily at EU's Nobel Peace Prize

Mark Daniels at GLOBAL POLITICAL AWAKENING - 4 hours ago
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Branding Is A Daunting Task

Martyn Daniels at Brave New World - 4 hours ago
Waterstones have proudly unveiled a number of key branding messages aimed at establishing their bookselling credentials on the High Street. Today they took a whole page colour advert in the Saturday Daily Telegraph main paper to promote one of their new brand messages, ‘Even the most ardent reader will never reach the end of a good bookshop.’ The page features a collage of some 36 x 36 book jackets (1296) clearly demonstrating the range on offer and with the new message plastered over them. The doyen of bookselling, Fred Bass of the Strand in New York proudly claims 18 miles of ... more »


Anon at aangirfan - 4 hours ago
*Ben Fellows. "I ran a gauntlet of pedophiles – both at the BBC and at other television production companies, and also in theatres, as well as on commercial photo shoots."* 'I RAN THE GAUNTLET OF PEDOPHILES IN THE - 21st Century Wire Former child star Ben Fellows writes about his time as a child actor: "The first politician whom I met was ... Sir Michael Grylls, who invited me to tea in the House of Commons 'tea room' and spent the meeting attempting make untoward body contact with me under the table. "After that, I was sent to a political lobbyist named Ian Greer who tried to ru... more »

NATO, Turkey seek pretense for attack on Syria

Mark Daniels at GLOBAL POLITICAL AWAKENING - 4 hours ago
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Three little bears

James C Morton at Morton's Musings - 4 hours ago

Meet the Corporatocracy

Mark Daniels at GLOBAL POLITICAL AWAKENING - 4 hours ago
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Ottawa prison investigating allegations that guards ignored woman who gave birth in jail cell

James C Morton at Morton's Musings - 4 hours ago
This is a curious story. Many of the media reports seem to be focused on a suggestion the mother should not have been in remand custody at all. But if you look at the history, such as you can tell from the reports, she has quite a history of police involvement for a fairly young person and there could easily be a risk of of further offences while on bail. What's more ahe was charged with having breached her former release conditions and that alone is a basis for detention. Granted keeping a pregnant woman in custody is unusual but it may well have been correct. The real issue is... more »

Dear William Hague - some historical facts re Jerusalem

Not a sheep at Not a sheep - 6 hours ago
' Dear Mr Hague: I write in support of a petition I have recently signed, asking the British Foreign Office to alter its position on what has become an unnecessarily vexed question concerning the capital of Israel. As you know, Israelis are unanimous in regarding Jerusalem as their capital, not Tel Aviv (where the British embassy is currently located), nor Haifa nor Jaffa nor Petah Tikva nor anywhere else in the country. It is not hard to understand why the first Israeli parliament chose Jerusalem as its seat, even before it had built an edifice suitable to the needs of the me... more »

Salt Marshes Are Not Up To Snuff

What a beautiful sight this is. Sea lavender on a Norfolk coastal marsh. Photo courtesy: Keith M Law /Alamy Man-made English salt marshes are failing to meet European conservation regulations that stipulate they should be as rich in plant life as natural wetlands, a new study warned on Thursday. Salt marshes are coastal wetlands that are flooded and drained by salt water brought in by the tides, and are found all around the coastline of Great Britain. They are important ecosystems that provide essential food, refuge or habitat for fish, invertebrates and birds. The flowering plants... more »

5.1 Magnitude Earthquake SOLOMON ISLANDS - 13th October 2012

Lynsey at The Coming Crisis - 6 hours ago
Magnitude 5.1 Saturday, October 13, 2012 at 10:03:58 UTC Saturday, October 13, 2012 at 09:03:58 PM at epicenter Depth 38.1 km (23.7 miles) Region SOLOMON ISLANDS Distance 114 km (70 miles) SE (127°) from Kira Kira, Solomon Islands 

How Germany conquers the World - my weekend humor... and a language course.

address-withheld@my.opera.com.invalid (Dr. John v. Kampen) at - 6 hours ago
Link: http://youtu.be/kTTSnHY-mOc You need not understand German to grasp what is... told. It's the presentation of matters that contributes to its meaning. Anyway, things can get out of hand in TV broadcasts. Note the end of this movie where a comparison is made with TV shows in other countries. A lot of amuse... action, indeed, and noise... Enjoy your weekend! John PS. Hints: scheisse=shit; fressen=to eat; arschloch=asshole; finanziert=payed, labern=speak; Fresse=face. Use Google Translate.

Fishing Wars

British fishermen were dredging for scallops in the Channel when rocks were thrown at them from nearby French boats. Photo courtesy: Damien Meyer/AFP/Getty Images British fishermen have been attacked by French boats in the Channel, raising fears of battles among rival boats over resources as quota limits bite and declining stocks make fishing ever more difficult. The British fishermen were dredging for scallops in an area west of Le Havre, a lucrative fishing ground, when they were attacked with rocks thrown from nearby French boats, which attempted to block their path. They calle... more »

Help Save the Hopi's Natural Water Resources. Kill Senate Bill 2109!

Stranger in a Strange Land at Stranger in a Strange Land - 7 hours ago
12 October 2012 *I've had some problem to embed this video: Please click on the link below to view it:* *https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WNKOMtwdiUU&feature=g-all-esi* Hopi spokesman Radford Quamahongnewa tells us about the critical water issue at Hopi lands in Arizona. For more information: *http://traditionalhopi.org/** * Sign the petition: * http://www.avaaz.org/en/petition/Protect_Hopi_Water_Hopi_and_the_World_Stop_S... * Also, please check out: Hopi Message 2012 - World Waters at Risk - Prophecy: *http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UnPQJlVIhm8* Check out WildHeart Visi... more »

I Spy With My Little Eye...

A softball-sized eyeball that washed up on the beach in Florida. Marine biologists have yet to identify the species from which the eyeball came. Photo courtesy: Reuters A giant eyeball discovered washed up on the shores of Florida has created an internet buzz and left marine biologists pondering its likely owner. The blue, softball-sized body part was stumbled upon Wednesday by beachcomber Gino Covacci as he walked through the surf at Pompano Beach. Having kicked the object over, he found himself staring into the large lens of an as-yet-to-be identified sea creature. "It was very,... more »

US: Will The Election Results Cause Riots?

Lynsey at The Coming Crisis - 7 hours ago

“The Great Chess Game”

noreply@blogger.com (CoyotePrime) at Running 'Cause I Can't Fly - 7 hours ago
*“The Great Chess Game”* by Luke Eastwood “Everyone is aware of a multitude of problems that besets our world, however the nature of these problems and why they exist is distorted by the media and by governments all over the world. Our leaders, corporate heads, military top-brass etc. all have a fairly good idea of what is really happening, they just don’t want us– the ignorant masses known as the general public to know what they know. The multiple crises on this planet are caused by our insane mode of living– one that seems to be dominated by economics. Our way of life (unfortu... more » 

Pakistani asylum seeker twice refused leave to remain in UK went on to rape young clubber in back room of corner shop

Lynsey at The Coming Crisis - 7 hours ago
If a crime is committed by a sick individual that is in the country because the Government can't do their job, Should the victim sue the government? or better still the European Courts of Human Rights. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2216734/Failed-Pakistani-asylum-seeker-raped-clubber-twice-authorities-failed-deport-him.html

City Living May be Driving Us Insane

A modern, busy intersection. Photo courtesy: Flickr/CC BY 2.0 I always knew it to be true; and, now there is research that backs me up: country living is better for you than city living. I should have married a farmer. I get very uncomfortable in large crowds; and, feel physically ill if I must endure them for any length of time. The stressors of city living (over-crowding, pollution, lack of privacy, noise, lack of green space, etc.) all combine to make me a definite country girl. Simply living in cities may be driving us insane. Or at least making us more likely to develop schizo... more »

Genetically Modified Organism (GMO) - Myths and Truths

Stranger in a Strange Land at Stranger in a Strange Land - 7 hours ago
Having a problem to embed videos today. Please click on the link below to view the above video: *https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M_ztZGbLEJ0* The information is based on the new report "GMO Myths and Truths" by EarthOpenSource.org. You can find more information here: *http://earthopensource.org/index.php/reports/58** * * http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2012/09/27/genetically-eng... ** * Watch out for the Genetically Modified Organism (GMO) myths and truths which provide educational materials concerning GM foods and health risks. Source: http://www.face... more »
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Scallop Wars escalate after French threat to mobilise 250 boats....Another heartwarming Peace in Europe Story

Lynsey at The Coming Crisis - 8 hours ago
How much does a Nobel Peace Price go for these days? http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2217079/Send-Navy-Scallop-Wars-escalate-French-threat-mobilise-250-boats.html

As protesters dressed as Nazis riot in an Athens ruled by Brussels stooges, giving the Nobel Peace Prize to the EU is beyond satire

Lynsey at The Coming Crisis - 8 hours ago

BBC can't be allowed to investigate its own 'cesspit'

Lynsey at The Coming Crisis - 8 hours ago
*How can anyone trust the outcome of their investigation, someone must have known this Sick evil guy was preying on young kids* * **His cash and donations to charity closed the eyes of many adults, they should be held accountable for what happened to these children.* * * http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-2217066/Its-great-important-institution-BBC-allowed-investigate-cesspit.html

Was Mossad behind the Alps murders? There is no shortage of theories over the slaughter of a Surrey family... but could there be a more sinister explanation?

Lynsey at The Coming Crisis - 8 hours ago

Bizarre fish washes up on Mexican beach

Lynsey at The Coming Crisis - 8 hours ago

Sean Dugas found encased in concrete and buried in a Georgia backyard

Lynsey at The Coming Crisis - 8 hours ago

Malala Yousufzai Clings to Life......

Lynsey at The Coming Crisis - 8 hours ago
She is fighting for her life because she inspired and fought for people, a true hero and very worthy of the Nobel Peace Price........but no, The Nobel Committee decided the bureaucratic political alliance, the European Union was the Best Choice

Suicide bombing kills Another 14 at Pakistan market

Lynsey at The Coming Crisis - 8 hours ago
They are called Terrorists in Pakistan, but when a suicide bomber kills children, woman and Police in Syria we call them Freedom Fighters. http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/10/13/us-pakistan-violence-idUSBRE89C04320121013

Happy Birthday Lady Thatcher

Not a sheep at Not a sheep - 8 hours ago
Lady Thatcher is 87 today, happy birthday... * ** **That should upset a few of the foaming at the mouth lefties that occasionally infest this site.* Odd company she keeps: * *

DOORMAN TO THE CESSPIT - David Icke on Sir Jimmy Savile

Mike Philbin at FREE PLANET - 8 hours ago
JIMMY SAVILE ... … DOORMAN TO THE CESSPIT *by David Icke* *I was first told about the real Jimmy Savile in the late 1990s in conversations with people who had serious insider knowledge about the British royal family and they said that Savile had been a close friend of Prince Philip until they had fallen out after a ‘big row’.* ** *Savile himself would boast about his connections to the royals and it was publicly acknowledged that he was a regular visitor to Buckingham Palace, Kensington Palace (where Princess Diana lived after her marriage ended with Prince Charles), and Highgrove... more »


Anon at aangirfan - 8 hours ago
*Top people on Jersey.* The country with the world's most corrupt police force is Jersey, allegedly. According to lawyer Alan Collins, Sir Jimmy Savile sexually assaulted a 10-year-old boy at the Haut de la Garenne children's home in Jersey. Alan Collins said the "vulnerable" boy had been subjected to a serious sexual assault. Savile has been named by many victims of child sexual abuse in Jersey. Jimmy Savile 'assaulted 10-year-old boy in Jersey'/ Abuse campaigner: I told Esther Rantzen about paedo Jimmy Savile 18 years ago... Jersey Police said they had received only one compla... more »

How long before Spain is forced into a Bailout?

Lynsey at The Coming Crisis - 8 hours ago
No doubt we will see our Nobel Peace Winning Democratic EU replace their Government soon after, as they did with Greece and Italy. http://blogs.reuters.com/photographers-blog/2012/10/12/spains-pain/

U.S. must back Arab Spring, fight unrest: Clinton.....Yes because so far Our interferance has defiantly improved the situation in the Middle East

Lynsey at The Coming Crisis - 8 hours ago
They continue to promote democracy and free speech for the middle east (except Bahrain though, they get a Golden pass) Has it done any good? so far we have seen countries dissolve into absolute chaos and lawlessness, with increase in violence and extremism (not just in the middle east either) http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/10/12/us-usa-mideast-idUSBRE89B19Z20121012

facility in Benghazi, Libya identified by a newspaper as a "CIA base" ......US intelligence Believe they may have suffered a Set back

Lynsey at The Coming Crisis - 8 hours ago
Libya suffered a set back when the west stood by and did Nothing while the country was allowed to spiral into total lawlessness after they financed and armed terrorists within the country. Why was nothing said or done when ethnic cleanings was going on in the country after the troops finished bombing the hell out of the country? http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/10/13/us-usa-libya-intelligence-idUSBRE89B1EU20121013

Norwegian researchers: electric cars pollute as much as normal cars | IceNews - Daily News

Not a sheep at Not a sheep - 9 hours ago

Element 113 Discovery Claimed

arclein at Terra Forming Terra - 10 hours ago
This sounds like we will finally be able to declare element 113 as discovered. This work has been inching along for decades and it is always welcome to add another unique element to the periodic table. It is even better to characterize it. It would not surprise me to discover much higher zones of stability as the years go by although our ability to work with the material will also need to be revolutionized. All good work and welcome to see as it has been a while. *Japanese Team Claims Discovery Of Elusive Element 113, And May Get To Name It* *The claim needs to... more »

Roswell Witness Exon

arclein at Terra Forming Terra - 10 hours ago
The source speaking to the Roswell issue certainly had the security clearance and rank levels to pretty well know the whole story that he was involved with. All others were at best aware of small parts of a confusing picture and this has fueled speculation and conspiracy theories when the government chose to clam up. This was the first such event and since then, we can be sure protocols were put in place to acquire and deep six additional artifacts. This likely takes place in area 59. The materials acquired are described here and they are what one might expect. It is... more »

Erectile Biochemistry

arclein at Terra Forming Terra - 10 hours ago
Here we have a resolution on the biochemistry behind the sustainability of the penile erection and an obvious target for therapy. Also an obvious target for drug company research I am sure. The advent of drugs into this market did not provide an universally successful solution at all but provided some a partial solution. This left plenty of room for improvement although most likely think the problem is solved. Thus the continued press for research solutions. The real problem is to find solutions which can work with other pharmaceutical therapies that block the natural... more »

Crustal Breakup

arclein at Terra Forming Terra - 10 hours ago
This is possibly the first time we have observed the deep faulting created as a plate breaks free from part of itself in real time. Of course, this behavior is evident in the rocks themselves and is long established and well understood. At least, geology is now practiced everywhere and the globe is becoming heavily instrumented. The result is that occurrences are now been well observed and with computer technology, readily simulated and tracked. There is still plenty to do but the data base is nicely tightening up as is well demonstrated here. Of course, the process wi... more »

"Got a Problem?"

noreply@blogger.com (CoyotePrime) at Running 'Cause I Can't Fly - 11 hours ago


Anon at aangirfan - 11 hours ago
*Dr Alexander* Dr Eben Alexander is a Harvard-educated neurosurgeon. Dr Alexander says that patients have spoken to him about out of body experiences. Until 2008, Dr Alexander regarded these experiences as "wishful thinking" In 2008, Dr Alexander was in a coma for seven days after getting meningitis. The part of Dr Alexander's brain which controls human thought and emotion "shut down". Dr Alexander then had an out of body experience. *Afterlife exists says top brain surgeon* In Newsweek, Dr Alexander says that, while he was in the coma, he was met by a beautiful blue-eyed woma... more »

Bahe: DZIL YIIJIIN' Black Mesa ignored as saced site

brendanorrell@gmail.com at CENSORED NEWS - 11 hours ago
*By NaBahe Katenay Keediniihii* *Censored News* http://www.bsnorrell.blogspot.com Oct. 12, 2012 DZIL YIIJIIN' (Black Mesa) is a 4,000 sq. mile Sacred Site and* still inhabited by Indigenous Peoples*. Great Mountain (Big Mountain) covers 780 sq. miles. The growing Peabody coal mines are not only a desecration/rape of Mother Earth/Genocide but a contributor to global warming and globalized greed. Sadly, this sacred site is ignored by environmental activism and human rights movements!!! --*By NaBahe Katenay Keediniihii, Interpreter, independent ethnographer and historian for the tradit... more »

Free Download: Ayn Rand, "Anthem"

noreply@blogger.com (CoyotePrime) at Running 'Cause I Can't Fly - 11 hours ago
*"Anthem: Ayn Rand’s Dystopian Masterpiece"* by Roderick Long "In a Leningrad university classroom in the early 1920s, as the professor drones on about orthodox Marxist theory, a young woman with an intense gaze is writing furiously in her notebook. The woman is Alisa Rosenbaum, later to be famous as Ayn Rand, and her jottings do not concern the relationship between dialectical materialism and the dictatorship of the proletariat; they are notes for a play to be called Ego, about the rediscovery of individuality in a totalitarian society based on the worship of the collective. O... more »

Will The Election Results Cause Massive Riots To Erupt All Over America? Discontent over possibilities already brewing...

Matt at The Coming Crisis - 11 hours ago
*Second favourite comment on this article: "Very good question. And if it does, will it just happen or will it be planned?"* http://www.infowars.com/will-the-election-results-cause-massive-riots-to-erupt-all-over-america/

Shot fired at Obama campaign office in Denver (as society continues to unravel)

Matt at The Coming Crisis - 12 hours ago

North Korean soldier that defected crossed entire DMZ and simply "knocked on a window"

Matt at The Coming Crisis - 12 hours ago
*It's now said that if this is possible, the "defense of Seoul is in tatters." * *How well prepared is South Korea for an actual North Korean attack, when much of its equipment isn't working, many of its soldiers are asleep on the job, and there seems to be little will to retaliate?* http://english.chosun.com/site/data/html_dir/2012/10/11/2012101100762.html

A Little Snow and An Epic Traffic Jam

Way Way Up at Fort McMurray Adventures - 12 hours ago
It looked like a pretty innocent dusting of snow this morning but it was anything but as the morning ride to work took a tad longer than expected. What is normally a 45 minute ride from my bus stop to where I get off at Suncor turned into a 4 hour morning odyssey. The culprit turned out to be a couple of spun out dump trucks at the bottom of Super Test Hill. I saw one stalled out along the shoulder and the other jackknifed in the ditch several feet off the road. All this meant that traffic was backed up from the bottom of the hill and all the way back into the city about 30km to... more »

Newly Designed Uncirculated $100 Bills Stolen At Philadelphia International Airport

Obi-Wan Kabuki at American Kabuki - 12 hours ago
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/10/12/fbi-one-hundred-dollar-bills_n_1962702.html?1350079090&icid=maing-grid7%7Cmain5%7Cdl21%7Csec1_lnk1%26pLid%3D219667 FBI: 'Large Amount' Of Newly Designed $100 Bills Stolen At Philadelphia International Airport 10/12/12 09:35 PM ET EDT PHILADELPHIA — The FBI is reporting an unusual heist of some newly designed $100 bills that aren't going into circulation until next year. Agent Frank Burton Jr. says the cash was stolen from a plane that arrived at Philadelphia International Airport around 10:25 a.m. Thursday from Dallas. Investigators sa... more »

Musical Interlude: Liquid Mind, “Journey To Peace”

noreply@blogger.com (CoyotePrime) at Running 'Cause I Can't Fly - 12 hours ago
Chuck Wild, Liquid Mind, “Journey To Peace” - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V00p6JU-HMU&feature=context-vrec

Cleveland Bus Driver Suspended After Decking Unruly Female Rider With Brutal Bolo Punch

Matt at The Coming Crisis - 12 hours ago
*Yes, yes, people destroying each other as per usual. However, what we're also witnessing is "gender equality". The vocally and physically abusive young woman didn't suddenly expect the rules to revert back to the year 1850 after she gave him a slap, did she?* *This portion of one report strikes me the most: "The driver then throws the woman off the stopped bus, though she climbs back aboard and tussles with him. 'She want to be a man, I'm gonna treat you like a man,' the driver announces at one point." Stand yo' ground.* http://www.thesmokinggun.com/buster/viral-video/cleveland-bus-p... more »

Sunday Classics preview: The post-operatic Rossini

KenInNY at DownWithTyranny! - 13 hours ago
*Tenor Dalmacio Gonzalez sings the "*Cuius animam*" from Rossini's Stabat Mater -- in an August 1981 Proms performance with the Philharmona Orchestra conducted by Carlo Maria Giulini. (DG made a recording with the same forces as the Proms performance.)* *by Ken* It's impossible to talk about the career of Gioachhino Rossini (1792-1868) without taking note of the fact that, though he lived almost another 40 years, he completed his last opera, *William Tell*, in 1829, at the age of 37. With his retirement from the stage he didn't stop composing, though -- though now, freed from the ... more »

"School And Life..."

noreply@blogger.com (CoyotePrime) at Running 'Cause I Can't Fly - 13 hours ago
“The difference between school and life? In school, you're taught a lesson and then given a test. In life, you're given a test that teaches you a lesson.” - Tom Bodett

Anonymous withdraws support for WikiLeaks: "Ruined by egos"

Matt at The Coming Crisis - 13 hours ago
*...and perhaps the fact Assange hasn't had a bath in months.* http://www.ft.com/intl/cms/s/0/17e6d936-1486-11e2-aa93-00144feabdc0.html#axzz298zVy2RZ  

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