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Thomas Paine

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Monday, January 12, 2015

12 Jan - Blogs I'm Following

10:14pm MST

Facing Serious Criminal Charges, Supporters For Former CIA Director Petraeus Are Stepping Forward To Defend Him

War News Updates Editor at War News Updates - 13 minutes ago
*MSNBC:* *Petraeus enjoys support from Capitol Hill admirers* *WNU Editor: *This is now all political. Hillary Clinton, John McCain, Dianne Feinstein .... that is a lot of high-power support from Capital Hill for a former General and CIA Director who may now be facing some serious charges. *More News On Former CIA Director Petraeus Receiving Support From Capital Hill* Lawmakers Raise Doubts on Prosecuting Petraeus -- WSJ Feinstein on Petraeus: 'It's done. It's over.' -- CNN Petraeus, Facing Possible Criminal Charges, Has Congress on His Side -- Fiscal Times Dianne Feinstein to Jus... more »

Should David Petraeus Get Away With It Because "He's Suffered Enough?"

DownWithTyranny at DownWithTyranny! - 13 minutes ago
Elites rarely think other elites need to face the same kind of justice non-elites have to face when they break the law. Whether banksters on Wall Street or legislators on Capitol Hill, the worst criminals in our society-- those given the greatest amount of public trust-- are rarely held to account for their transgressions. And the lack of accountability is systemic and has become almost a tenet of our entire society. Sunday, Dianne Feinstein was a guest on CNN's *State of the Union*. She echoed comments by 2 other Military Industrial Complex shills from across the aisle, John McCa... more »

Pol. Ideology 60: Lecture in Nepal on Liberalism, Rule of Law, Civil Society

Nonoy Oplas at Government and Taxes - 1 hour ago
Back here in Kathmandu yesterday afternoon, after giving a talk before a group of university students in Pokhara, Nepal, about 30 minutes by plane from Kathmandu. The other speaker was Prof. Cris Lingle of the US, who also attended the 3rd Asia Liberty Forum last week, January 8-10, here in Kathmandu. Our trip to Pokhara was sponsored by Media 9 and Business 360 magazine. The students have various academic backgrounds and are just interested to learn about freedom, markets, governments and business. My presentation outline followed the 7 chapters of the book: (1) F. Hayek, libert... more »

Pentagon's Social Media Accounts Have Been 'Hacked' By The Islamic State (Updated)

War News Updates Editor at War News Updates - 1 hour ago
*Washington Post:* *U.S. military social media accounts apparently hacked by Islamic State sympathizers* *WNU Editor:* The Pentagon is saying that nothing significant was compromised .... *U.S. Central command says hack did not compromise operational military networks* (Reuters). Unfortunately .... it is still a coup for the Islamic State and for it's sympathizers and I can guarantee one thing .... they are "high-fiving" each other right now. One more thing .... *where is Cyber-Command*? *More News On The Pentagon's Social Media Accounts Being 'Hacked' By The Islamic State* Cent... more »

Walking Thru Olympia

Bruce K. Gagnon at Organizing Notes - 1 hour ago
We began walking today through Olympia, Washington after spending last night in Tacoma at the Catholic Worker community led by the infamous Father Bix, the Jesuit priest who has been a mainstay of political organizing in this region for many years. (Father Bix is 86 years old and recently took a large group of local activists to Jeju Island, South Korea for a solidarity trip.) When we walked into the Olympia downtown area around noon we took a break to see this magnificent mural created by the Olympia-Rafah Sister City Mural Project. They asked various local organizations to mak... more »

Conspiracy Theories Swirl After Paris Attacks

War News Updates Editor at War News Updates - 2 hours ago
Turkey's Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan addresses members of parliament from his ruling AK Party (AKP) during a meeting at the Turkish parliament in Ankara April 22, 2014. Credit: Reuters/Umit Bektas *Daniel Dombey in Istanbul and Courtney Weaver in Moscow, Financial Times: **Russian and Turkish conspiracy theories swirl after Paris attacks* *Update: *'Did the Americans plan the Paris terror attacks?' asks leading Russian tabloid -- The Telegraph *My Comment:* I know about the Russian tabloid that is pushing this conspiracy theory .... no one but the "uninformed" takes it seriously.... more »

Throwing in the Terrible Towel

jurassicpork at Welcome Back to Pottersville - 2 hours ago
I apologize first and foremost to my protagonist Scott Carson. He's a nice kid, if a social maladroit. He's the guy who killed Jack the Ripper and, while being the official cinematographer for Buffalo Bill Cody, invented moving pictures. And, since he's the narrator for my novel, *Tatterdemalion*, I've made him my scapegoat for not posting regularly since late last year. So, Scottie boy, I'm sorry. You deserve better. Sure, this book's kicking my ass. I'm in the middle of the fourth (and, hopefully, last) line edit that (again, hopefully) will make it acceptable to a r... more »

Food Watch: Should a person give up peanut butter on account of Bill Buckley (or Charlton Heston)?

KenInNY at DownWithTyranny! - 3 hours ago
*This custom label was made for William F. Buckley's lifetime supply of Red Wing, the peanut butter he declared "paradise on earth in a jar."* by Ken Just recently I read that some big-deal food person doesn't like peanut butter, and I just grin and bore it. I love peanut butter. In fact, as I expect I've mentioned, somewhere along life's journey I switched from childhood "smooth" allegiance to a full-fledged "crunchy" addiction. (As it happens, my older brother was the "crunchy" fan in our house.) With "crunchy," I came to appreciate, you get the feel and taste and eating actual ... more »

Apparently It Is Easy For Terrorists To Get Military Grade Weapons On The European Black Market

War News Updates Editor at War News Updates - 3 hours ago
© REUTERS/ Handout via Reuters TV *Sputnik:* *Weaponry Obtained by Paris Gunmen Easily Available on European Black Market* *Update:* Paris terror arsenal: Kalashnikovs, rocket launcher, grenade -- AP *WNU Editor*: So much for strict European gun control.

Paper on Parade: Resurrected from the Grave: Bonnet on the Spratlys in World Bulletin

Michael Turton at The View from Taiwan - 3 hours ago
*Sunday on the 51-1 in Miaoli. Pure heaven.* This edition of the regularly irregular Paper on Parade was inspired by Sourabh Gupta, who for some reason has suddenly been popping up in various forums forwarding China's absurd claims to the South China Sea and the Senkakus. Here he is at CSIS in Pacnet #88. And here he is getting spanked in Pacnet #3 a couple of weeks later by someone who actually knows. He updated the piece for East Asia Forum here. I had quite an epic email exchange with him. Especially with my son going into the army here in Taiwan in a couple of years, I have lit... more »

Broad Foundation Says Everything You Need to Know about Obama Education Plan

Jim Horn at Schools Matter - 3 hours ago
*Arne Duncan said everything everyone thought he would say today. Gird your loins: the war just just got worse. **Following the speech, the fascist bastards at the Broad Foundation had this to say:* *Bruce Reed, president of the Eli and Edythe Broad Foundation*, which supports charter schools, online learning and runs a program designed to develop school leaders: “Fifty years ago today, President Lyndon Johnson signed the Elementary and Secondary Education Act to put our nation on the path to educate all American children, not just the fortunate few. This morning, Secretary Arne Du... more »

Dangerous testimony

James C Morton at Morton's Musings - 3 hours ago
R. v. Pal-Deng, 2015 ONCJ 2 : *[39] *Finally, I feel compelled to note that absent the CCTV evidence the result may have been tragically different. The complainant is a sympathetic witness who has no redress, financial or moral, for the very real trauma she suffered on March 6th. The two independent witnesses each testified in a straightforward and facially guileless and impartial manner that enhanced their credibility. The defendant, on the other hand, is a culturally challenged and unsophisticated individual who, if understandably, appears to have some difficulty apprec... more »

Countering Extremism and Takfiri Ideology (A Lecture By UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Prince Zeid bin Ra'ad In December)

Saman Mohammadi at The Excavator - 4 hours ago
*Photo: Republique Square in Paris, January 11, 2015. Source: AP.* *Wikipedia:* Prince Zeid Ra’ad Zeid Al-Hussein (born 26 January 1964 in Amman, Jordan) is the current United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights. He was born to Prince Ra'ad bin Zeid head of the Royal Houses of Iraq and Syria and pretender to the Iraqi throne and his Swedish-born wife Margaretha Inga Elisabeth Lind, henceforward known as Majda Raad. Previously, he was Jordan's Permanent Representative to the United Nations. From 2007-2010 he served as Jordan's Ambassador to the United States and non-resident ... more »

Breaking News: BBC calls Charlie Hebdo attack a False Flag Hoax

greencrow at Greencrow As The Crow Flies - 4 hours ago
*BBC report calling the attack a False Flag Hoax* If this charge sticks it could be a turning point. Of course, how many times have I said (and hoped) that would be the case. It could also be a lone truther mole at the BBC who will be successfully eliminated from the BBC payroll prior to the next "Drill the Media" event.

White House Admits That They Should Have Sent A Top Official To Paris

War News Updates Editor at War News Updates - 4 hours ago
*Bloomberg Businessweek*: *Obama White House Says Missing Paris March Was a Mistake* *WNU Editor:* Mumble, mumble, mumble, mumble ....no one in Europe is listening to the excuses. *More News On The White House Admitting That They Should Have Sent A Top Official To Paris* Should have sent high official to Paris march, US says -- AP U.S. says should have sent high-level official to Paris march -- Reuters White House says 'absence' at Paris rally a mistake -- BBC White House: We should have sent a higher-profile official to Paris march -- Washington Post White House Says It Should Hav... more »

Iraq / Syria Regional War Report - January 12 , 2014 - Paris has sucked the air out of Syria / Iraq news ( to some degree ) - and that too shall pass ! Items of note touching upon the Regional war !

Fred Walton at Catharsis Ours - 4 hours ago
Links..... *50 Syrian Civilians Believed Killed in US Airstrike* *Iraqi PM: Iraqi Military Needs Three Years to Rebuild* Intense Fighting Continues Near Mosul; 219 Killed in Iraq Lebanon Army Identifies Tripoli Suicide Bombers Official: ISIS Battle in Iraq Kills 30 Kurds Tweets..... *The Daily Star *@DailyStarLeb · 2h2 hours ago Video of Paris gunman raises questions of affiliations http://bit.ly/1DBP7JW Arash Azizi retweeted *Financial Times* @FT · 1h1 hour ago Front page of the Financial Times UK for Tuesday, January 13 [image: Embedded image permalink] *Iraq Live U... more »

David P. Hamilton : Muslims in France: A little context

Thorne Dreyer at The Rag Blog - 4 hours ago
You can’t generalize with much accuracy about Muslims in France, no more so than about Christians or secularists. By David P. Hamilton | The Rag Blog | January 12, 2015 It is impossible to generalize about Muslims in France. Anyone … finish reading David P. Hamilton : Muslims in France: A little context

Commentaries, Analysis, And Editorials -- January 12, 2015

War News Updates Editor at War News Updates - 5 hours ago
French soldiers patrol near the Eiffel Tower Monday as part of the highest level of 'Vigipirate' security plan after a shooting at the Paris offices of Charlie Hebdo. Gonzalo Fuentes/Reuters *Colette Davidson, CSM:* *Paris Hebdo attacks: Could French authorities have stopped them?* *Commentaries, Analysis, And Editorials -- January 12, 2015* Why did France attacks mobilise so many around the globe? -- Marianne Barriaux, AFP Despite huge Paris rally, fears of coming conflict -- Matthew Schofield, McClatchy Foreign Staff ‘Charlie Hebdo’: High-impact, low-tech tactics add chilling d... more »

Financial Report - January 12 , 2015 - ECB Meeting on January 22nd , Oil , Greece , Ukraine , Russia , Commodity prices falling to 12 year lows ( except gold ) , Venezuela ( does Venezuela default or have a visible financial crisis before Ukraine ? )

Fred Walton at Catharsis Ours - 5 hours ago
Tweets..... *Yannis Koutsomitis* @YanniKouts · 5h5 hours ago I doubt there will be any decision on QE at ECB GC's Jan 22 meeting. Mar 3 mtng in Cyprus looks more likely to bear QE fruits. *Yannis Koutsomitis* @YanniKouts · 5h5 hours ago #ECB's Nowotny says 'many things still in movement on QE discussion'. ← Jan 22 date for decision on QE starts to fade. *zerohedge* @zerohedge · 44m44 minutes ago Germany's Sinn Blasts "Deflation Is Just A Pretext To Bailout Southern Europe" http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-01-1 2/germanys-sinn-blasts-deflation-just-pretext-bailout-sout... more »

Erich Fromm, “Credo”

noreply@blogger.com (CoyotePrime) at Running 'Cause I Can't Fly - 5 hours ago
*“Credo”* by Erich Fromm “I believe that man is the product of natural evolution; that he is part of nature and yet transcends it, being endowed with reason and self-awareness. I believe that man’s essence is ascertainable. However, this essence is not a substance which characterizes man at all times through history. The essence of man consists in the above-mentioned contradiction inherent in his existence, and this contradiction forces him to react in order to find a solution. Man cannot remain neutral and passive toward this existential dichotomy. By the very fact of his being hu... more »

“One of the best arguments against people who claim Islam as a religion of war”?

Peter Cresswell at Not PC - 5 hours ago
[image: 2-ply-24413467364] A friend posted this entertaining contribution to a recent Oxford University debate: Huffpost UK political editor Mehdi Hasan arguing that Islam *is *a peaceful religion. You should watch it to see how an entertaining secular Shi’a Muslim counters the claims. [image: Cartoon by Jyllands Posten]“One of the best arguments against people who claim Islam as a religion of war,” said the post. And, you know, we all wish it were true that Islam really were a religion of peace, that we could all live together and just get along, that everyone has just got Isla... more »

World News Briefs -- January 12, 2015 (Evening Edition)

War News Updates Editor at War News Updates - 6 hours ago
Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro (R) is welcomed by Iran's President Hassan Rouhani in Tehran January 10, 2015. Credit: Reuters/Miraflores Palace/Handout via Reuters *Reuters*: *Venezuela, Iran plea for oil cut hits Gulf OPEC brick wall* *MIDDLE EAST* Islamic State hit with *27 air strikes: U.S. military*. Suicide bombing *kills 12 in Iraq: officials*. Islamic State in Lebanon: *army storms prison*. Lebanon security forces *raid prison block*. Syria refugees' lives turn more precarious* in Lebanon amid deadly storm*. U.S., Iran eye progress in *next round of nuclear talks - K... more »

The Daily "Near You?"

noreply@blogger.com (CoyotePrime) at Running 'Cause I Can't Fly - 6 hours ago
Dundee, Dundee City, United Kingdom. Thanks for stopping by.

"A Freak Of Nature..."

noreply@blogger.com (CoyotePrime) at Running 'Cause I Can't Fly - 6 hours ago
“Man is born as a freak of nature, being within nature and yet transcending it. He has to find principles of action and decision-making which replace the principles of instincts. He has to have a frame of orientation which permits him to organize a consistent picture of the world as a condition for consistent actions. He has to fight not only against the dangers of dying, starving, and being hurt, but also against another danger which is specifically human: that of becoming insane. In other words, he has to protect himself not only against the danger of losing his life but also aga... more »

“The Clash of Civilizations”

noreply@blogger.com (CoyotePrime) at Running 'Cause I Can't Fly - 7 hours ago
*“The Clash of Civilizations”* by James Howard Kunstler “The big turnout in Paris was bracing but it also might reveal a sad fallacy of Western idealism: that good intentions will safeguard soft targets. The world war underway is not anything like the last two. Against neo-medieval barbarism, the West looks pretty squishy. All of the West is one big fat soft target. Recriminations are flying — as if this was something like a Dancing with the Stars contest — to the effect that the Charlie Hebdo massacre should not be labeled as “France’s 9/11.” It’s a matter of proportion, they say:... more »

Panorama: The Battle for British Islam

Craig at Is the BBC biased? - 7 hours ago
Credit where credit's due. Tonight's *Panorama *by John Ware was an outstanding piece of reporting. Although some will doubtless carp and quibble...It didn't pretend that the attacks we've seen on the streets of London and Paris have nothing to do with Islam. It fully faced up to the fact that Islam *is* the problem, and that a radical reformation of Islam is needed. It showed us just how bad the situation really is. It showed the very ugly things influential British Muslims say behind closed doors. It confronted the 'grievance narrative' of non-violent Islamists that excuses the ... more »

Scalise Is Certainly A Full-On, Unreconstructed Racist But What's More Important Is That The GOP Has Been Captured By These People

DownWithTyranny at DownWithTyranny! - 7 hours ago
One of the low points for Mitt Romney in his forever campaign for the presidency was the juxtaposition between him hiring illegal aliens and then him pandering the the vilest segments of the GOP Know Nothing base with his self-deportation screed. And one of the low points for Republican voters-- at least in 2012-- was a GOP debate audience booing Rick Perry for advocating educating DREAMers. This week ABC News and the *Washington Post* released a national poll on immigration reform. The Republican racist viewpoint is not the opinion of most Americans: Worst, yet, as Greg Sarge... more »

The real backlash

sue at Is the BBC biased? - 7 hours ago
The other day I had one of those pyramid e-mails that seemed to have been cc’d to the sender’s entire address book. ‘Je Suis Charlie’ it said. I assume the recipients were supposed to forward it to all their contacts till the message expanded into an all encompassing global expression of freedom. But cynic that je suis, I took it as a meaningless gesture. It’s not just that I don’t like being told what to think, and I’m not sure that ‘je‘ completely ‘suis’ Charlie. I do get the principle of mass disobedience. United we stand. If we all drew Mohammed furiously we’d be like a massive t... more »

Olive Wars II: Attack of the Repeats

Craig at Is the BBC biased? - 7 hours ago
Oh yeah. I see BBC Radio 4 is re-broadcasting Jeremy Bowen's Israel-*un*friendly *Olive Wars *tonight at 8 o'clock, just over a month after its initial broadcast.

Autonomous or “Semi” Autonomous Weapons? A Distinction without Difference

Heather Roff at Duck of Minerva - 7 hours ago
Over the New Year, I was fortunate enough to be invited to speak at an event on the future of Artificial Intelligence (AI) hosted by the Future of Life Institute. The purpose of the event was to think through the various aspects of the future of AI, from its economic impacts, to its technological abilities, Continue reading

Boko Haram's Attack Against A Cameroon Army Base Is Repulsed

War News Updates Editor at War News Updates - 7 hours ago
*AFP*: *Boko Haram attacks Cameroon military base* *WNU Editor*: Cameroon's President warned a few days ago that this was going to happen .... *Boko Haram Threatens War Against Cameroon*. The Cameroon military is saying that they *killed 143 Boko Haram fighters* (I personally doubt this number) .... but it definitely looks like Cameroon is now at war with Boko Haram *More News On Today's Boko Haram Attack Against A Cameroon Army Base* Cameroonian soldiers kill 300 Boko Haram fighters -Minister -- Punch Cameroon says 143 Boko Haram fighters killed in army base attack -- AFP Cameroon... more »

"If You Expect..."

noreply@blogger.com (CoyotePrime) at Running 'Cause I Can't Fly - 7 hours ago

British Trotskyism on the Paris Terror Attacks

Phil at All That Is Solid ... - 7 hours ago
In living rooms, canteens, pubs, motorway services, hairdressers, and supermarket queues up and down the land there is a question not playing upon proletarian lips: what do the principal tendencies of British Trotskyism have to say about last week's terror attack on *Charlie Hebdo* and the weekend's unity march? None of which is going to stop me from surveying the scene, of course. There are a couple of more serious points that need making first, though. Trotskyism, especially in Britain, has a very poor record when it comes to free speech matters. The tradition has an allergy to ... more »

Northerntruthseeker Rant For (Sunday?) Monday, January 12th, 2015

Northerntruthseeker at Northerntruthseeker - 7 hours ago
[image: rant-jpeg-b] Yes, it is Monday... And you are not seeing a typo here... I am late this week in doing my rant, and I want to thank everyone for their patience.. I came down late last Thursday with what I thought would be just a bit of a head cold.. BUT instead it got progressively worse and by Friday I knew I had a severe case of Influenza... I did everything, and I do mean everything this time around to try to prevent my catching "the Flu", including taking large amounts of Vitamin C, Vitamin D, and even Oil of Oregano... But no dice... I knew that when my son came down e... more »

There is a huge difference between the “Mandates of our hearts” and the “Mandates from Heaven” we get from political and corporate bosses.

David Greene at Schools Matter - 7 hours ago
There is a huge difference between the latter “Mandates of our hearts” and the “Mandates from Heaven” we get from political and corporate bosses. But it seems the bosses forgot the entire Mandate: The “Mandate of Heaven” is an ancient Chinese philosophical concept, which originated during the Zhou Dynasty (1046-256 BCE). The Mandate determines whether an emperor of China is sufficiently virtuous to rule; if he does not fulfill his obligations as emperor, then he loses the Mandate and thus the right to be emperor. There are four principles to the Mandate: 1) Heaven grants the emperor... more »

Licensing made easy

Peter Cresswell at Not PC - 7 hours ago
Content is copyright PC.BlogSpot.Com © Please contact author for permission to republish: (organon at ihug.co.nz)

Satire: “Poll: Most Americans Now Consider Romney a Stalker”

noreply@blogger.com (CoyotePrime) at Running 'Cause I Can't Fly - 7 hours ago
*“Poll: Most Americans Now Consider Romney a Stalker”* by Andy Borowitz WASHINGTON (The Borowitz Report)— “In a possible setback for Mitt Romney’s latest Presidential ambitions, a new poll reveals that a majority of Americans now regard the former Massachusetts governor as a stalker. The poll results suggest that Romney’s presence in every Presidential campaign in recent memory has taken its toll on the American people, who have expressed disbelief that he would return after being repeatedly told in no uncertain terms that he was not wanted. Additionally, many of those surveyed sai... more »

Microbes or Aliens – The Case for the Existence of Life on Mars

WakingTimes at Waking Times - 8 hours ago
*Buck Rogers* - Could it be that there once was an advanced humanoid civilization on our neighboring planet, and that Earth itself is in danger of suffering the same terrible fate which laid waste to Mars? The post Microbes or Aliens – The Case for the Existence of Life on Mars appeared first on Waking Times.

Fighting Intensifying In Eastern Ukraine

War News Updates Editor at War News Updates - 8 hours ago
*The Independent*: *Ukraine crisis: Fighting in Donetsk between army and Russian-backed rebels at highest level for months* *WNU Editor:* To say that the situation in Ukraine is grim is an understatement. Regular readers know that I have family and friends in Ukraine .... and all of them are telling me the same thing. The economy has imploded where only those with money stashed away or who have relatives living abroad are making ends meet, high unemployment is the norm, government services are being cut back or eliminated, political tensions are rising with nationalists leading th... more »

Student Challenges Racist Law Banning Mexican American Studies

brendanorrell@gmail.com at CENSORED NEWS - 9 hours ago
Student Challenges Racist Law Banning Mexican American Studies Tucson Public Schools banned books by leading Chicano and Native American authors when Mexican American Studies was prohibited Press statement Censored News SAN FRANCISCO (January 12, 2015)- Arizona House Bill 2281 was used to prohibit the Mexican American Studies (MAS) Program at Tucson Unified School District.  “

Ukraine Ex-President Yanukovych Is Now Wanted By Interpol

War News Updates Editor at War News Updates - 9 hours ago
*BBC*: *Ukraine ex-leader Yanukovych wanted by Interpol* *WNU Editor*: Moscow has said that they have not received an extradition request from Ukraine for Ukraine Ex-President Yanukovych ....* No request from Ukraine to extradite politicians — Russian Prosecutor General’s Office* (ITAR-TAASS). But even if they did receive a request, I doubt that Russia will extradite him .... *Russia unlikely to extradite Yanukovich: Interfax* (Reuters). *More News On Ukraine Ex-President Yanukovych Being Wanted By Interpol* Ukraine's Yanukovich wanted for embezzlement: Interpol -- Reuters Interpo... more »

One People Round Table Discussion- Live Stream

D ... Breaking The Silence at Removing The Shackles - 9 hours ago
Good evening everyone. Please join us tonight on TONE and CCN LIVE Stream TV for the One People Round Discussions- in a little over an hour. I will be hosting tonights show, and we will be discussing quite a few topics from false flags, finance and "free" energy. I will be joined tonight by Nick and several other friends as we sit back and chat..... who knows what topics we'll hit on! We will be taking callers during the second half of the show. You can call in on these numbers: join by phone: +1 (415) 762-9988 or +1 (646) 568-7788 US Toll http://the-one-network.org/ai1e... more »

States of Shame

Steve at Thinking Aboot - 9 hours ago
These five States took anti solar action in 2014.

And the Golden Globes Winner is....

Steve at Thinking Aboot - 9 hours ago
I am talking aboot fashion here. Quite a departure for me. I do not have a thing for Kerry Washington but thought her dress was noteworthy. The future and past perfect! H/T Pajiba (my source for fluffy cultural experiences) Kate Hudson also rocked. And as we fashionistas know you have to have worst dress. I pick the rag on Rosamund Pike. A very beautiful women rendered wretched. Surprisingly beautiful award goes to Carrie.

"How It Really Is"

noreply@blogger.com (CoyotePrime) at Running 'Cause I Can't Fly - 9 hours ago

“11 Predictions Of Economic Disaster In 2015 From Top Experts All Over The Globe”

noreply@blogger.com (CoyotePrime) at Running 'Cause I Can't Fly - 9 hours ago
*“11 Predictions Of Economic Disaster In 2015* * From Top Experts All Over The Globe”* By Michael Snyder “Will 2015 be a year of financial crashes, economic chaos and the start of the next great worldwide depression? Over the past couple of years, we have all watched as global financial bubbles have gotten larger and larger. Despite predictions that they could burst at any time, they have just continued to expand. But just like we witnessed in 2001 and 2008, all financial bubbles come to an end at some point, and when they do implode the pain can be extreme. Personally, I am entire... more »

Postales de Cumpleaños con Nombres y Apodos de personas

José Luis Ávila Herrera at FOTOFRONTERA - 10 hours ago

Raul Hilberg

Spike EP at News Spike - 10 hours ago
The First Zundel Holocaust Trial in 1985 from Spike EP on Vimeo. *" It is hard now to remember that the Nazi holocaust was once a taboo subject. During the early years of the Cold War, mention of the Nazi holocaust was seen as undermining the critical U.S.-West German alliance. It was airing the dirty laundry of the barely de-Nazified West German elites and thereby playing into the hands of the Soviet Union, which didn't tire of remembering the crimes of the West German "revanchists." "* *- Finkelstein* *"As the Nazi regime developed over the years, the whole structure of decisi... more »

Why Is It Hard To Shut Down Jihadist Propaganda Online

War News Updates Editor at War News Updates - 10 hours ago
Amedy Coulibaly in a still from a video released Jan. 11. *Heather Timmons, Quartz*: *The latest Islamic State video shows how hard it is to shut down jihadist propaganda online* *WNU Editor:* The West may have problems shutting them down .... but it appears that they have no problem shutting us down .... *U.S. Central Command Twitter Feed Hacked By Islamic State Sympathizers. Update: YouTube Account Also Hacked* But I guess that is the nature the internet. Small extremist sites can thrive for a short time, and when they are shut down they will just pop-up somewhere else. Giant ... more »

"France Has Taken the Extremists' Bait…"

noreply@blogger.com (CoyotePrime) at Running 'Cause I Can't Fly - 10 hours ago
*"France Has Taken the Extremists' Bait…"* by Bill Bonner "It took only 48 hours. And France took the bait. Rather than declare the murder of the Charlie Hebdo cartoonists a crime, which it surely was, French prime minister Manuel Valls turned an act of murder into an act of war, which it surely wasn't. "France Declares 'War,'" bleated a headline in Sunday's New York Times. Now the killers are martyrs in a holy war against the West. Western nations can now roll out more armored vehicles, more airport security, more snooping and more spending – all in the name of protecting citizens... more »

PRL endorses a pro-DAMA model of dark matter

Luboš Motl at The Reference Frame - 10 hours ago
An hour ago, Physics World decided to promote a paper claiming that dark matter may have already been seen: New calculations support dark-matter discovery by DAMA, say physicists The relevant paper has just appeared in the prestigious Physical Review Letters under the title Dark Matter with Pseudoscalar-Mediated Interactions Explains the DAMA Signal and the Galactic Center Excess although the readers who have memorized all 1 million preprints at arXiv.org know very well that the identical paper was submitted under a different title, Not so Coy Dark Matter explains DAMA (and the Ga... more »

NSX is finally here!

Steve at Thinking Aboot - 10 hours ago
H/T Jalopnik Not bad but if I was spending $150,00 I am going with the BMW I8. This car is three years late.

U.S. Central Command Twitter Feed Hacked By Islamic State Sympathizers. Update: YouTube Account Also Hacked

War News Updates Editor at War News Updates - 10 hours ago
*RT:* *Central Command Twitter account apparently hacked by CyberCaliphate* *WNU Editor:* Talk about timing .... this is happening on the day when the top U.S. General just admitted that *America's enemies can match *the U.S. ability to wage cyber warfare. *More News On Pentagon's Social Media Sites Being Hacked By The Islamic State* U.S. Military Command Hacked by 'ISIS' -- Daily Beast ISIS Supporters Have Hacked Multiple Pentagon Social Media Accounts -- Business Insider U.S. Central Command Twitter feed appears hacked by Islamic State sympathizers -- Reuters US Centcom Twitter ... more »

Journalists failing Indigenous Peoples with stay-at-home plagiarism

brendanorrell@gmail.com at CENSORED NEWS - 10 hours ago
Who will cover the news today? By Brenda Norrell Censored News As stay-at-home plagiarizers continue to produce fake news, the words of journalist Scherer Garcia, who just passed to the Spirit World, reminds journalists of their high calling. Garcia said it is the job of journalists to interview everyone. Garcia pointed out that it is not the work of a journalist to solve the problems. He

French President Hollande Asked Israel's Netanyahu Not To Attend Paris Unity Rally

War News Updates Editor at War News Updates - 11 hours ago
Netanyahu and Hollande attend a ceremony at the Paris Grand Synagogue to the victims of the Paris attacks this week. January 11, 2014. Photo by Reuters *The Independent:* *Paris march: President Hollande asked Israel's Netanyahu not to attend Paris march* *WNU Editor*: Why does this not surprise me. *More News On French President Hollande Asking Israel's Netanyahu Not To Attend Sunday's Paris Unity Rally* Hollande asked Netanyahu not to attend Paris memorial march -- Haaretz PMO: France Had Reservations About Netanyahu Coming to Paris -- Arutz Sheva Israeli leader Netanyahu visit... more »

The Charlie Hebdo Aftermath -- News Updates January 12, 2015

War News Updates Editor at War News Updates - 11 hours ago
French soldiers patrol near the Eiffel Tower as part of the highest level of "Vigipirate" security plan after a shooting at the Paris offices of Charlie Hebdo January 12, 2015. Credit: REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes *France 24:* *France deploys 10,000 troops amid hunt for attack accomplices* *The Charlie Hebdo Aftermath -- News Updates January 12, 2015* French terror attacks - further coverage -- BBC France hunts for attack accomplices, deploys 10,000 troops. -- AP Paris attacks: France to deploy 10,000 troops -- BBC France mobilizes 10,000 troops at home after Paris shootings -- Reuters Fre... more »

French Special Forces Officer Reveals Deli Jihadist Was Shot 40 Times

War News Updates Editor at War News Updates - 11 hours ago
*Daily Mail:* *Special forces officer reveals deli jihadist was shot 40 times… and they were spurred on after working 50 hours straight by the thought of avenging colleague shot in the street* * Police have revealed how the Paris deli siege came to a dramatic end * Officers told how they placed explosives at the door to blast their way in * Amedy Coulibaly charged at them but was cut down in a hail of bullets * Commandos revealed they were motivated by murder of Ahmed Merabet *WNU Editor:* The above video is uncensored .... and it shows that unless Amedy Coulibaly came out with his ... more »

Professor Norman Davies - 'Ukraine: Not just a Province of Russia'

Saman Mohammadi at The Excavator - 11 hours ago
*An excerpt from, "Visiting historian says Crimea’s annexation may strengthen Ukraine" by John Masanauskas, Herald Sun, April 10, 2014:* Prof Davies said that the key to Ukraine’s viability was the Black Sea port of Odessa. “This is a largely Russian speaking city, but which is the guarantee to Ukraine to have access to the outside world, pipeline, shipping, trade and so on,” he said. “Without that region Ukraine would be very hard put to survive against Russian pressures.” *Prof Davies, who has homes in England and Poland, said he lamented society’s declining interest in histo... more »

At What Point Does Elizabeth Warren Stop The Kabuki And Step In To Save The Country?

DownWithTyranny at DownWithTyranny! - 11 hours ago
Yesterday there was a 5 minute internet buzz when Jonathan Martin reported in the *NY Times* that perennial Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum was out bashing fellow right-wing extremists Ted Cruz, Rand Paul and Mike Huckabee. He questioned Huckabee's fealty to the core fascist underpinnings of right-wing ideology from a policy perspective, claiming he believes in Climate Change, Common Core, immigration reform and the DREAM Act, as well as Common Core-- and that he raised taxes. But Santorum was even harsher towards Paul and Cruz, sneering at them as mere "bomb throw... more »

Pull Back The Curtain And What Do YOU See?

WakingTimes at Waking Times - 11 hours ago
*RJ Spina* - All perspectives are needed and encompass the never ending expansion of creation with wildly varying degrees of individualized awareness contained therein. The post Pull Back The Curtain And What Do YOU See? appeared first on Waking Times.

PEGIDA and the BBC

Craig at Is the BBC biased? - 11 hours ago
Even when the BBC is giving an 'impartial' guide to a 'controversial' phenomenon, they tend - especially if it's a subject they're really fretting about - to give their own position away. There's a new piece on the BBC website about the German anti-Islamisation movement PEGIDA entitled* Who goes to German Pegida 'anti-Islamisation' rallies?* The scare marks in that headline are a foretaste of what's to come. In the opening paragraphs outlining what PEGIDA is about there are more 'rabbits ears' than in pre-myxomatosis Australia, all casting doubt on PEGIDA's concerns. When the pi... more »

Der Stürmer Published Cartoons That Mocked Religion Too

Donn Marten at Carrying a Flag - 11 hours ago
The western outpouring of support for anti-Muslim bigotry in the aftermath of last week’s outrageous attack on French ‘satirical’ newspaper Charlie Hebdo is rife with the choking hypocrisy that has become commonplace in the post 9/11 world. The attack on the paper’s Paris office and the murders of ten staff members as well as two police officers was a despicable act of violence but it was not an attack on free speech no matter how hard that the media sells the narrative. If officials are to be believed - lying is always the first if not *only* resort - then the attack was the work ... more »

THE PROBLEM IS US: Bare-breasted protests, Missouri school boards!

bob somerby at the daily howler - 11 hours ago
*MONDAY, JANUARY 12, 2015Part 4—Can the problem really be us:* Can it possibly be that the problem is actually us? For decades, we liberals have rolled our eyes at the ditto-heads, then at those we insult as “tea-baggers.” Can it possibly be the case that the problem is also us? Plainly, yes—the problem is also us. We’re dumb and tribal and filled with loathing and pretty much nobody likes us. We’re dumb and tribal and filled with expansive self-regard. For these reasons, nobody likes us. We can’t think why anyone should. How dumb can we be in the liberal world? Consider the wis... more »

Powerful Video About the Impact of Over-fishing

Waking Times at Waking Times - 11 hours ago
*Video - *This short film was created to raise awareness about the dangers of commercial over-fishing and the threat it poses to marine biodiversity. The post Powerful Video About the Impact of Over-fishing appeared first on Waking Times.

Jan. 12: Matthew 7:5

Graeme Decarie at The Moncton Times@Transcript - Good and Bad - 12 hours ago
Today, the Irving press joined the stampede of hypocrisy over the Paris shootings. It's all over the editorial and op ed pages in a massive display of ignorance, racism, and irresponsibility. And Alec Bruce leads the charge. And this time, it's dangerous because they've missed what this issue has become. (The editorial says nothing but to babble about the new high school. They don't seem to have an editorial writer who has ever even heard of a world beyond Champlain Mall.) We are being led into a very dangerous situation, terminally dangerous. The news media are being manipulated i... more »

France's Most Wanted Person Is Seen Arriving At Istanbul Airport

War News Updates Editor at War News Updates - 12 hours ago
Watch the latest video at video.foxnews.com *Daily Mail: **Fugitive girlfriend of kosher deli jihadist 'is seen arriving at Istanbul airport' after Turkey says she HAS crossed their borders in to Syria* * Hayat Boumeddiene was married to supermarket killer Amedy Coulibaly * Turkey's Foreign Minister has confirmed she has crossed in to Syria * Video emerged which is believed to show Boumeddiene at Istanbul airport * Evaded capture as French intelligence services did not share details * The couple had previously been interviewed by police officers in 2010 * Pair were questioned over fa... more »

Sucking and Blowing on Terrorism is just more Kabuki

Steve at Thinking Aboot - 12 hours ago
We cant pick and choose. Amnesty International can not be wrong on Israel but right on Russia. Wrong on Columbia, Guatamla and Honduras but right on Cuba. Terrorism is a reaction. Right or wrong there is a root cause. Its the same thought challange as pre school education. Yes all children should have supermothers at home doing all the prep work. But if that does not happen, then what to do? H/T William Banzi @ Zero Hedge

World News Briefs -- January 12, 2015

War News Updates Editor at War News Updates - 12 hours ago
*Daily Mail:* *'We are here to support freedom. We will not be beaten': 3.7MILLION people march across France as world leaders are joined in Paris for moving tribute to 17 terror victims* *MIDDLE EAST* Islamic State hit with *27 air strikes: U.S. military*. Suicide bombing *kills 12 in Iraq: officials*. Islamic State in Lebanon: *army storms prison*. Lebanon security forces *raid prison block*. Syria refugees' lives turn more precarious* in Lebanon amid deadly storm*. U.S., Iran eye progress in *next round of nuclear talks - Kerry*. New U.S. sanctions on Iran now could *torpedo ... more »

Military And Intelligence News Briefs -- January 12, 2015

War News Updates Editor at War News Updates - 12 hours ago
*WNU Editor:* Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Martin Dempsey sits down with Fox News Sunday's Chris Wallace for an interview regarding the terrorist threat posed by Radical Islam and what the plans are to stop it *Military And Intelligence News Briefs -- January 12, 2015* NSA chief: Paris-style attack 'makes life a lot harder' -- The Hill Iraq May Need Three Years To Rebuild Military -- Radio Free Europe Iran eclipses US as Iraq's ally in fight against militants -- AP EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Special Forces Calling In Airstrikes In Iraq -- Daily Caller Missile Launcher Contract... more »

Plus Ca Change: Photo-Ops Edition

Karen Garcia at Sardonicky - 12 hours ago
Paris, January 11, 2015: Washington, D.C.: September 11, 2011: The first photo above shows 40 world leaders leading their publicity and security details on a solidarity march through Paris. Only if you were a bird or an aerial drone, however, would you have seen that the entire boulevard was actually closed to the millions of hoi polloi supposedly cheering them on. This ensured that the elite hides would be protected during their photo op in solidarity with the global military industrial complex. Here's what you *were* allowed to see in the news: You can just imagine th... more »

False equivalence

Craig at Is the BBC biased? - 13 hours ago
*Today*'s 'chief correspondent' Matthew Price has appeared on *Is the BBC biased? *before. We first encountered him (via DB at *Biased BBC*) recommending an article delegitimising Israel. Then we described his extraordinarily biased series of pro-immigration reports for *Today.* This morning's *Today *(around the 7.45 mark) featured a Matthew Price report from the Parisian suburb of Sarcelles. It was an elegantly-constructed piece, full of poetic touches. It described and equated two equally vulnerable communities in France - French Jews and French Muslims. Both want to live in... more »

Paris' white widow' crosses into Syria? Hayat Boumeddiene

Penny at Penny for your thoughts - 13 hours ago
Hayat Boumeddiene, the so called ‘white widow’ crosses into Syria ? I spent a pile of time reading up on this Hayat person & the story of her entering Syria... *My conclusion?* *Not a bit of this narrative is credible. Not one little bit of it!* *Let's start with the images being provided to us by the war mongering media?* *Look below at the alleged image of Hayat?* I cannot tell what this woman in the pic really looks like! The image is just terrible! If this is actually Hayat? Who ever Hayat may be? Is the man at her side, the same man involved in the Paris incident? I can't... more »

On writing well and living well: Julio Scherer Garcia and the art of the interview

brendanorrell@gmail.com at CENSORED NEWS - 13 hours ago
Farewell to the Grand Old Dean of Latin Journalism In an age where stay-at-home plagiarism has become the pattern in journalism in the US, these words remind journalists of their calling -- Censored News By Kent Paterson From the Editor Frontera NorteSur "Those that say Julio Scherer Garcia has been a reference for the Mexican press during the past half-century or more are wrong and

Sailing the Sea of Change

WakingTimes at Waking Times - 13 hours ago
*Ida Lawrence* - Whether we’re activists, artists, writers, meditators, healers, laborers, or parents teaching our children true history and the meaning of love one another, we are the ones who can answer prayers. The post Sailing the Sea of Change appeared first on Waking Times.

Obama Declares War On ‘Extremism’ – Are You An ‘Extremist’ According To His Definition?

Mars Daniels at Global Political Awakening - 13 hours ago
Michael Snyder Do you know what an “extremist” is? In the wake of the horrible terror attacks on the offices of Charlie Hebdo in France, Barack Obama is speaking very boldly about the need to win the war against “extremists”, and he has announced plans to host a major global summit on “extremism” next month. And on the surface that sounds great. But precisely how are we supposed to determine whether someone is an “extremist” or not? What criteria should we use? As you will see below, your definition of an “extremist” may be far, far different from the definition that Barack O... more »


New Orleans Ladder at New Orleans Ladder - 13 hours ago
*Stephanie Grace: After Senate, eyes turn to next campaign* *US Supreme Court refuses to hear LA gay marriage case ~WVUE* *NOPD to announce new recruiting class ~WDSU* *Chuck Kleckley vows to fight Bobby Jindal's proposed budget cuts ~WWLTV* *Senate moves ahead on Keystone despite Obama veto threat ~AP* *Where to find sensory deprivation tanks in New Orleans ~Missy Wilkinson, Gambit* *5 things to know about Thibodaux-based Mudbug Brewery, which debuts in New Orleans in January ~Laura McKnight* *Photo Gallery: 2015 New Orleans Comic Con ~Jason Saul, WWNO* *Biggest acts, surprises o... more »

Top U.S. General: We Do Not Have An Advantage Over Our Enemies In Cyberwarfare

War News Updates Editor at War News Updates - 13 hours ago
*Business Insider/AP*: *US General Dempsey: The US's Military Superiority Does Not Carry Over To Cyberwarfare* *WNU Editor:* He is probably right .... but it is also clear that he wants more guidelines, money and resources. *More News On US General Dempsey's Remarks That The U.S. Does Not Have An Advantage Over It's Enemies In Cyberwarfare * Dempsey describes cyberwarfare as a level playing field -- Military Times/AP Sony Hacking Shows Need for Cyber Laws, Dempsey Says -- US Department of Defense Cyber attacks could disable critical US infrastructure: Dempsey -- Press TV

Vindicated: Paris Events Meet the False Flag Checklist

Mars Daniels at Global Political Awakening - 13 hours ago
Jay Dyer Already numerous patterns I listed in my initial analysis, as well as others consonant with false flags, have made themselves apparent in the Paris shooting and hostage incidents. Also apparent are the predictable results that follow these events. We have seen all of the following: 1. Mass mainstream media buildup and rollout, with ready-made “placards” to call global attention to event. 2. Questionable videos and details of the event, as well as drills or security buildup prior. 3. Military training for the perpetrators, while the “terror” suspects with deep state conn... more »

Weaponising the NHS

Not a sheep at Not a sheep - 13 hours ago
Here's Ed Miliband refusing to deny that he used the word 'weaponise'... I think that the UK deserves a Prime Minister who can remember something that he said a few weeks ago. Here's The Telegraph's revelations that: 'Ed Miliband has come under pressure to admit that he plotted to "weaponise" the NHS as an election issue after it emerged he secretly briefed up to 15 executives at the BBC over his plans, The Telegraph can disclose. The Labour leader used the phrase during a meeting with some of the corporation's most senior figures in around November of last year and said he int... more »

12 Ways to Rid the Planet of GMOs and Monsanto’s Roundup

WakingTimes at Waking Times - 14 hours ago
*Ronnie Cummins* - It is now blatantly obvious that genetically modified organisms (GMOs) are nothing more than patented Pesticide Delivery Systems (PDS) designed to increase sales of poisonous agrochemicals such as Roundup, glufosinate... The post 12 Ways to Rid the Planet of GMOs and Monsanto’s Roundup appeared first on Waking Times.

" Listen, don't mention the deficit! I mentioned it once, but I think I got away with it "

Craig at Is the BBC biased? - 14 hours ago
Do you cry "Oh no! Not the deficit again!" whenever a BBC reporter mentions the thing that Ed Miliband famously forgot to mention in his party conference speech last year? The BBC's Norman Smith thinks you do. This is what he told Jim Naughtie this morning (just after 6.30): It is going to take us today to the deficit, which the Prime Minister is going to say is going to be the central theme of six themes that the Conservatives are going to set out at the general election. I can almost hear listeners going, "Oh no! Not the deficit again!" But that is going to be the message that'... more »

Walking to Ojo Encino: 'Journey for Our Existence' Dineh against fracking!

brendanorrell@gmail.com at CENSORED NEWS - 14 hours ago
A reason to walk, future generations. Journey for our Existence! Dineh walkers against fracking have walked through Chaco and Counsellors and are walking to Ojo Encino, N.M., today! UPDATE: Jan. 12, 2015 mid-day: "WE'RE WALKING ON THE DIRT ROAD FROM COUNSELOR TO OJO ENCINO. THIS ROAD IS VERY DANGEROUS BECAUSE THE INDUSTRY HAS COMPLETELY TAKEN OVER. WE'RE CALLING ON OUR WARRIORS TO

Monsanto’s Roundup Herbicide—Featuring the Darth Vader Chemical

WTStaff at Waking Times - 14 hours ago
*Video -* Enjoy this videotaped guided tour of Jeffrey Smith interviewing co-author Stephanie Seneff, PhD, a Senior Research Scientist at MIT, regarding Monsanto's roundup. The post Monsanto’s Roundup Herbicide—Featuring the Darth Vader Chemical appeared first on Waking Times.

South Korea Offers No Pre-Conditional Talks With North Korea

War News Updates Editor at War News Updates - 14 hours ago
*Reuters*: *South Korean president says open to summit with North's Kim, no pre-condition* *WNU Editor: *This summit is not going to happen. *More News On Relations between North And South Korea* S Korea's Park ready for talks with North, without preconditions -- Channel News Asia North, South Korea Offer Proposals to Reduce Tensions -- VOA Park Says She’s Ready to Meet Kim Jong Un Without Conditions -- Bloomberg Businessweek South Korean Leader Urges North to ‘Stop Hesitating’ on Talks -- NYT South Korea President urges North's Kim Jong-un to join in dialogue 'without conditions' ... more »

Top U.S. General: Gitmo A ´Psychological Scar On Our National Values´

War News Updates Editor at War News Updates - 14 hours ago
*The Hill*:* Dempsey: Gitmo a 'psychological scar on our national values'* *WNU Editor:* I call this "laying the groundwork" for the closure of Guantanamo this year.

Russia's Credit Rating Cut Again

War News Updates Editor at War News Updates - 14 hours ago
A reflection of a yearly chart of U.S. dollars and Russian roubles are seen on rouble notes in this photo illustration taken in Warsaw November 7, 2014. Credit: Reuters/Kacper Pempel *The Telegraph:** Russia 'has deteriorated significantly' as Fitch cuts credit rating* *WNU Editor:* Fitch gives a very grim assessment on Russia's finances. What's my take .... I am painting an even grimmer picture. As to what is the situation back in Russia .... people are starting to grumble about inflation, but the full impact of falling oil prices, collapse of the ruble, and budgetary problems ha... more »

US Navy Jet Breaks Speed Of Sound Flying Past Aircraft Carrier

War News Updates Editor at War News Updates - 14 hours ago
*Daily Mail:* *The incredible moment a Navy jet breaks the speed of sound and creates a SONIC BOOM while flying by an airplane carrier* *WNU Editor:* I expected a louder boom. :(

Football Themed Party for the Big Game

Debra Hawkins at Housewife Eclectic - 14 hours ago
*This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #BigGameSnacks #CollectiveBias* We are football crazy in this house. When my husband and I were first dating I loathed football. I couldn't think of a worse way to spend a Saturday than at a football game. My husband, on the other hand, loves football, so we made a deal: we would go to a game together and when I could explain to him what was happening in the game we could leave and he would never make me go to another one. I thought I had made the deal of a lifetime. No more f... more »

Jewish and French

Craig at Is the BBC biased? - 14 hours ago
With all the attention being paid to the reactions of French Muslims to last week's terrorist murders in Paris, it's good to see that the BBC News website has finally got round to publishing an article focusing on French Jewish reactions: *Paris attacks: Jewish and French*, written by the BBC's Patrick Jackson. The piece is a transcription of a tweeted conversation the BBC reporter had with two Jewish students yesterday, just before the Paris march. They express their pride in the French reaction to the massacres and their love for France's values, diversity and culture. They des... more »

Yaqui Water Rights Defenders Imprisoned

brendanorrell@gmail.com at CENSORED NEWS - 14 hours ago
Yaqui water rights spokesmen imprisoned, as Mexico steals Rio Yaqui water By Brenda Norrell Censored News Yaqui water rights defenders battling the theft of their water by the Mexican government have been imprisoned. The National Indigenous Congress, Zapatistas, and Amnesty International have demanded the release of the Yaqui spokesmen for the Traditional Authority in Vicam, Sonora. Yaqui in

Why Radiation Therapy Causes More Harm Than Good

WakingTimes at Waking Times - 14 hours ago
*Dave Mihalovic* - Only in the world of medical treatment do we find concepts such as poison heals cancer and radiation cures it. The post Why Radiation Therapy Causes More Harm Than Good appeared first on Waking Times.

It's Come Back To Haunt Us

Owen Gray at Northern Reflections - 14 hours ago
After events such as those in France last week, it's natural for people to feel anger. But when anger turns to rage, and rage spawns ignorance, we are in dangerous territory. In Europe, the parties of the Far Right are counselling ignorance. Michael Harris writes: The leader of the Front National party, Marine Le Pen, is stoking the view that immigration is an “invasion” — a coinage of her father, the party’s founder, Jean-Marie LePen. Her ‘ban refugees’ message is aped by the leader of the United Kingdom Independent Party of Nigel Farage, and the Dutch Party of Freedom led by Gee... more »

Egypt And Iraq Declare An Ideological Response Against Islamic Terrorism

War News Updates Editor at War News Updates - 14 hours ago
(Photo: Al-Ahram) *Ahram Online*: *Egypt's Sisi, Iraq's Abadi take steps to fight sectarianism* *Update*: Egypt, Iraq declare ideological response to combat terrorism -- JUNA *WNU Editor*: The White House may have problems labeling Islamic radicalism and its ideology as a cause for terrorism .... but Egypt, Iraq, and now even French President Hollande .... all of them have no problem in labeling it for what it is.

10 Questions About the Pineal Gland That Add to the Mystery of Spirituality

Mars Daniels at Global Political Awakening - 15 hours ago
The pine cone shaped, pea-sized pineal gland, located in the center of the human brain, is an organ of tremendous interest these days. To many spiritual seekers it is the ‘seat of the soul‘ and the ‘third eye,’ the anatomical part of the human body that acts as our spiritual antennae, connecting us to the non-physical, spiritual planes of existence. However, to many scientists and rigid materialist thinkers, it is strictly an endocrine gland responsible for the secretion of the hormone melatonin, a substance which, among other things, aids in the regulation of our circadian rhy... more »

Ann McLane Kuster-- New Hampshire's Most Disappointing Politician

DownWithTyranny at DownWithTyranny! - 15 hours ago
One of the most popular media personalities in New Hampshire alterted me to a hot local story about Ann Kuster recently, commenting that Kuster is "merely a disingenuous politician who thinks we won't look behind the curtain." One doesn't have look to far behind too many curtains to see what's amiss here. First, though, keep a few facts in mind. Buster ran as an independent-minded, grassroots progressive in the far bluer of New Hampshire's 2 congressional districts. After being elected she dutifully joined the Congressional Progressive Caucus but quickly quit and joined the Wall S... more »

The BBC did NOT admit france was a false flag!

D ... Breaking The Silence at Removing The Shackles - 15 hours ago
Well, after coming down from a major adrenaline rush I had to admit that for 10 minutes I actually bought into this story. There is a link and video going around the internet right now stating that the BBC has admitted that the "terrorist attack" in Paris last week, was a False Flag. The link to the news story was extremely convincing and someone went to a LOT of time and effort to put this together. Thankfully I have a techie magician who unraveled this mess - the awesome Biggi from CCN. Here is what he's found out: This site: www.bbc-news.co.uk was registered on Dec 28,... more »

US deporting migrants to danger zones

brendanorrell@gmail.com at CENSORED NEWS - 15 hours ago
Deportations to Dangerous Zones By Frontera NorteSur Tens of thousands of Mexican immigrants from the conflict-ridden, impoverished state of Guerrero have been deported from the United States since 2010.Netzahualcoyotl Bustamante Satin, Guerrero's secretary for migrant and international affairs, said his state ranked third in terms of the Mexican state of origin for Mexican deportees from

Leonard Peltier on the passing of his little sister

brendanorrell@gmail.com at CENSORED NEWS - 15 hours ago
In memory of Vivian Peltier by Leonard Peltier My Dear little Sister, I am so sorry, I should have been there to help you. We went through a lot together. I have memories kept deep inside, And they will always be a part of me. I remember us as little children, Life was never easy for us. there were times we were afraid, I was afraid too, but I tried to look brave. I felt a


JR at GREENIE WATCH - 16 hours ago
*GM food: time to devour the benefits* *GM food doesn't need labelling; it needs celebrating* One of spiked’s people of the year for 2014 was Kenya’s Florence Wambugu, a pioneering and tireless supporter of Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) and biotechnology in food production in the developing world. Sadly, support for GMOs is singularly lacking in the developed world. Nowhere is this more evident than in the battle currently being waged over GMOs in a courthouse in the US state of Vermont. In this case, federal judge Christina Reiss is deciding whether or not to dismiss the... more »

Obama DOJ to Target “Root Causes of Violent Extremism”

Mars Daniels at Global Political Awakening - 16 hours ago
James F. Tracy On CBS’s *Face the Nation* today Attorney General Eric Holder stated that the Obama administration will host a summit on February 18 in Washington DC to address “the root causes” of incidents such as this week’s terrorist attacks in Paris. “‘Countering violent extremism’ is what we call it–[so] we can deal with the root causes of what it is that attracts these young men to these really negative ideological groups.” Holder told Face the Nation host Bob Schieffer that the United States entered a “new phase” in the war on terror some time ago that specifically con... more »


jonjayray at EDUCATION WATCH INTERNATIONAL - 16 hours ago
*The academy’s first freedom fighters* Last year, the treatment of three academics ignited a public debate about academic freedom. American academic Steven Salaita hit the headlines in the summer. He had accepted a position as professor of American Indian studies at the University of Illinois and resigned his existing post, only to find his job offer had been rescinded. Reports claimed Salaita’s appointment was overruled by institutional managers once they became aware of his proclivity for sending anti-Semitic tweets. A recently published internal investigation criticised ‘the u... more »

How I Did On My Employment Law Predictions For 2014

Donna Ballman at Screw You Guys, I'm Going Home - 16 hours ago
Last year I made predictions for what would happen in 2014. How did I do? Call me Cassandra again, because I did pretty well: 1. *Minimum Wage:* I predicted that raising the minimum wage would be a hot political issue in 2014. Eleven states enacted minimum wage increases and so did several municipalities. At the beginning of 2015, 23 states saw minimum wage increases. Five states had ballot measures approved by voters. Plus now federal contractors have to pay a minimum wage of $10.10/hour. 2. *Legalize It*: I predicted that legalized marijuana would spread to ... more »

Has Tim Wilcox crossed a line, again?

Not a sheep at Not a sheep - 17 hours ago
From BBC News Channel, special news coverage of Paris rally, at 16.47 on Sunday 11 January 2015. BBC Newsreader Tim Wilcox answers the fears of a scared Jewish lady in Paris, with the suggestion that "Palestinians suffered hugely at Jewish hands." This took place at today's huge Paris rally following the terrorist atrocities carried out in recent days in Paris, which included the targeting of a Jewish supermarket. Strange how the BBC is keen to persuade the public that Muslims should not be blamed for the actions of Muslim terrorists but this BBC newsreader is not at all woriied... more »

Transpicuous News Jan 11, 2015: False Flags, Shipwrecks, and ISIS in Washington DC

D ... Breaking The Silence at Removing The Shackles - 18 hours ago
Good morning everyone. Last nights live stream of Transpicuous News was a long one as it took me a full hour to dissect all the latest happenings in the world. We revisited the Air Asia incident and took a long hard look at the latest shipping crashes and groundings, made fun of several government officials and reviewed the latest information and disclosures on the French False Flag event. Below are the links to the various news stories I have been following and links to the two latest Removing the Shackles articles that I publish yesterday- one outlining the dots I connected to G... more »

Daily Epic - Martin Klimas - fragile fighting figurines

Mike Philbin at Mike Philbin's free planet blog - 19 hours ago
here are a series of photographs, from artist Martin Klimas, of porcelain figurines mid-battle. This dynamic illusion was created by capturing the shattering combatants as they crashed to the floor. *The juxtaposition of strength and fragility puts you in a state of confusion and wonder, and gives the fighting figures an action that doesn’t exist in still life.* [source DAILY EPIC]

Iraq's PM Criticizes The 'Slowness' Of The U.S. Led Coalition

War News Updates Editor at War News Updates - 20 hours ago
Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi addresses the media in Ankara December 25, 2014. Credit: Reuters/Umit Bektas *Sydney Morning Herald/AFP:** Iraqi PM criticises 'slowness' of US-led coalition* *My Comment:* Iraqi PM Haider al-Abadi sounds frustrated .... understandably so when he dropped this bombshell .... *Iraq may need three years to restructure and rebuild military: PM* (Reuters). The Iraq government is not winning the war, and with a good part of the country now under the control of the Islamic State, it is now obvious to everyone that Iraq does not have the means to conqu... more »

Submarine asbestos cleanup could get pricey

Ko Savonije at Naval Open Source INTelligence - 20 hours ago
[image: Walrus class SSK]The removal of carcinogenic asbestos from the Royal Navy submarines will be an expensive job. On its own, the cleanup of the submarine Zeeleeuw will be a million euros, the Defence Department said earlier in the week. In the coming years, three other submarines will be cleaned up in the same manner as the Zeeleeuw. The Defence does not yet know the total cost of the operation. The television program Brandpunt Reporter reported its own research in which it reveals that the staff of the Zeeleeuw had been exposed to asbestos found in the walls of the submarine... more »

Liquefied Natural Gas, Christy Clark And Rich Coleman Running Out Of Gas

Grant G at The Straight Goods - 20 hours ago
*Written by Grant G * More bullshit headlines about BC`s super duper on its way LNG industry, this time the filler piece, err, I mean story was posted in the Globe n Mail and written by Brent Jang(pictured above).I really don`t understand why this particular article was assembled, the only conclusion I can come to is, clearly someone in the British Columbia Government or in the BC Liberal party holds sway over what articles get printed and what contents they hold... This article by Brent Jang was very revealing in a cryptic way, it exposed some bitter truths and laid bare the reali... more »

American religious attitude to cartoons of Mohammed

Luboš Motl at The Reference Frame - 21 hours ago
Paris saw the greatest rally in its history – between 1.5 and 3 million people were attending the Charlie Hebdo march. Barack Obama wasn't among them. Neither was Joe Biden. Or any other top U.S. official. The only visible public representative was the U.S. ambassador to France. Is that a coincidence? In September 2012, Barack Obama spoke to the United Nations and articulated a chilling sentence "The future does not belong to those who slander the prophet of Islam." One could have asked: What was he going to do to make sure that the people who slander the prophet of Islam had no f... more »

solidarity forever

laura k at wmtc - 21 hours ago
Poor neglected wmtc. In addition to having absolutely zero time and mental space to write, I have some kind of head-cold-thing. So instead of trying to string words together in an order that conveys meaning, I will use this blog as a Tumblr, something formerly known as a photo blog. I've been seeing such beautiful, creative displays of solidarity lately. These actions can be so inspiring - reminding us that we can demonstrate not only against bigotry and hatred, but *for* love and compassion, and for justice. After anti-Muslim rhetoric was scrawled into an Uppsala mosque wall yeste... more »

Ayahuasca Can Help You Communicate with Plant Spirits, and Heal Your Body and Mind

arclein at Terra Forming Terra - 21 hours ago
WE have covered this story pretty well here on this blog. however, having a mainstream press story is important. This healing protocol is slowly emerging as a mainstream method. This is good news. Recall that this appears the safest tool for tackling all forms of mental illness or if you prefer mental disturbances. Nothing else can be properly trusted to be anywhere near as effective. At best they use some of the same chemicals through other routes.Expect way more mainstream stories and i hope the movement to make it all legal. *Ayahuasca Can Help You Communicate with Plant S... more »

Function of the Vagus Nerve With Dr Sircus

arclein at Terra Forming Terra - 21 hours ago
[image: http://images.sussexpublishers.netdna-cdn.com/article-inline-half/blogs/75174/2014/05/151341-154600.jpg] This sounds like a source of unidentifiable problems par excellence. Management boils down to inflammation management as that appears to triggers odd effects. The truth appears to be that this system likely manages all internal signalling and this leads to a lot of misdirection. Think about this. Angina commonly manifests as heart burn. We just discovered why that might be true. It can obviously be horribly misleading. It also shows us a fresh paradgm... more »

Rational and Irrational Thought: The Thinking that IQ Tests Miss

arclein at Terra Forming Terra - 21 hours ago
Rationality requires training and most of that is about eliminating laziness. It is way too easy to be lazy and accept a choice because it is obvious. If asked differently most folks will make the right choice but accepting the obvious is far too attractive under any form of time pressure. The truly smart person has the ability to seriously concentrate on a problem until all variations are properly tested and fully considered as well. This alone leads to a valuable conclusion that can be trusted. Just been rational is not good enough nor been largely ignorant of related issue... more »

Ebola Vaccines Were Always in the Pipeline

arclein at Terra Forming Terra - 21 hours ago
Ebola has always appeared to be a tamable threat. Thus it turns out there are plenty of options to develop and make available to make sure this problem simply goes away. That it has not been done sooner is as pointed out here, been a matter of far more troublesome diseases taking up resources. Let me say something however. The whole spectrum of tropical disease is under assault to a degree unimaginable as little as thirty years ago. Thus we can expect that all the big problems will be well tamed inside the next generation and that even what are clear outliers such as... more »

Second sighting of Sweden's suspicious submarine

Ko Savonije at Naval Open Source INTelligence - 21 hours ago
[image: Unknown submarine in Swedish waters]Sweden's military has confirmed a second sighting in October of what appeared to have been a submarine in waters near Stockholm city centre, not long after a search had been launched for a suspected Russian submarine off the coast. In November, the Swedish military released images of tracks on the sea bed and an apparent submarine periscope which it said proved that "a mini submarine violated Swedish territory" between October 17 and October 24 and that "at least one vessel" was involved. However, despite widespread speculation that the su... more »

New Generation Submarines Of US To Flaunt Drones And Robots: Russia’s Yasenclass Nuclear Submarines To Carry Hi Tech Decoys

Ko Savonije at Naval Open Source INTelligence - 21 hours ago
[image: Sea Stalker UUV]The new generation submarines of the U.S. Navy will have sophisticated technological features such as advanced, long duration autonomous underwater and surface drones and robots. They are being built under the programme "Large Displacement Unmanned Underwater Vehicle" with the prototype machines boasting critical technologies to enable UUVs to operate and survive in the littorals for more than 70 days. According to the Sea Power magazine, the UUV Stalker could be launched and retrieved by the dry-deck shelter of an Ohio-class guided-missile submarine. Being... more »

$50 Visa Gift Card and Laceez Giveaway

Debra Hawkins at Housewife Eclectic - 21 hours ago
My daughter has this fantastic pair of tennis shoes that she loves but I won't let her wear to school because she can't tie the laces by herself. I think we just found a solution! Turn any pair of shoes into slip ons! Everyone loves quick and easy slide-on shoes, but sometimes the shoes you really want to buy comes with laces. Shoelaces can be inconvenient for kids and elderly, or people who just like slipping on their shoes and going. Laceez no-tie shoelaces were created in 2013 to help you to transform you lace-up shoes into slip-ons! Your kids will benefit from all the advantage... more »

U.S. Airstrike In Syria May Have Killed 50 Civilians

War News Updates Editor at War News Updates - 23 hours ago
*McClatchy D.C.*: *U.S. airstrike in Syria may have killed 50 civilians* *WNU Editor: *The U.S. and it's allies have launched over* 1,800 airstrikes in December alone* .... the idea that civilian casualty numbers could be kept low while this intense and prolonged air campaign is taking place is .... to put it mildly .... a stretch.

Blue Dog Coalition, Basically An Unloved Adjunct Of The House GOP Leadership, Sinks To Lowest Levels Ever

DownWithTyranny at DownWithTyranny! - 23 hours ago
Boehner consults Schrader Reactionary Democrat Kurt Shrader (OR), took over as chairman of the Blue Dogs after John Barrow was defeated in his reelection bid, trounced 90,987 (54.8) to 75,123 (45.2), which was marked by Democratic voters just not bothering to come out to vote for the ultra-right-wing Barrow. Schrader, who has so far this session voted with the GOP on every single crucial roll call-- he's one of 15 Democrats with a ZERO 2015 score so far-- sports a lifetime ProgressivePunch crucial vote score of 61.32, especially poor for a congressman representing a Willamette Valley... more »

Has The Attacks In Paris Embolden Terrorists Worldwide?

War News Updates Editor at War News Updates - 23 hours ago
As night fell in the French capital, tens of thousands of people continued marching in 'unprecedented' numbers. Today saw more people flock to the city's streets than ever before in its history. Daily Mail *AP:* *Paris attack rallies Islamic extremists, may boost support* *WNU Editor*: It does not take much to embolden terror groups and terrorists .... but in view of how three terrorists were able to attract (and keep) the attention of the entire world for a few days .... you cannot help but feel that copy-cat attacks are now just around the corner.

this time

Oberon at GlobaLove Think Tank - 1 day ago

Don't Nuke the Climate | Background Information on Climate Change and Nuclear Power - NIRS

rc at GlobaLove Think Tank - 1 day ago
We're getting a little tired hearing nuclear industry lobbyists and pro-nuclear politicians allege that environmentalists are now supporting nuclear power as a means of addressing the climate crisis. We know that's not true, and we're sure you do too. In fact, using nuclear power would be counterproductive at reducing carbon emissions. As Amory Lovins of Rocky Mountain Institute points out, "every dollar invested in nuclear expansion will worsen climate change by buying less solution per dollar..." The simple statement below will be sent to the media and politicians whenever th... more »

Lars Brownworth On His Book "The Normans: From Raiders to Kings"

Saman Mohammadi at The Excavator - 1 day ago
*"The Normans: From Raiders to Kings" by Lars Brownworth (2014).* *Wikipedia:* Lars Brownworth, an author and former United States history and political science teacher at The Stony Brook School, is the creator of the top 50 podcast, 12 Byzantine Rulers: The History of the Byzantine Empire. This podcast was created on a whim by Lars and his brother, Anders Brownworth. Often mistaken for a college professor, Lars was, in fact, a high school history teacher at the time the podcast was produced. *Video Title: Lars Brownworth - Hangout 2014-01-11. Source: Anders Brownworth. Date Publi... more »

Top U.S. Officials Decided Not To Attend Today's Historic Rally In Paris

War News Updates Editor at War News Updates - 1 day ago
*Daily Mail: America snubs historic Paris rally: Holder was there but skipped out early, Kerry was in India, Obama and Biden just stayed home* *WNU Editor:* Today's rally in Paris was the biggest in its history. All of Europe has been galvanized and riveted on what happened in Paris this week. 40 to 50 leaders made a point of appearing at this rally arm in arm because they knew that this was an important event to attend ... as well as sending a message to the world that Europe is united. That is why the U.S. decision to not send a top official to this massive and unprecedented rall... more »

This Is Why Saudi Arabia, The United Arab Emirates And Kuwait Decided To Crash The Price Of Oil

War News Updates Editor at War News Updates - 1 day ago
*Grant Smith, Bloomberg:* *How OPEC Weaponized the Price of Oil Against U.S. Drillers * *WNU Editor: *This is one of the best analysis and explanations that I have read on the "how and why" the "rich members" of OPEC decided to crash the price of oil. They have done this before (in 1986) .... and it gave them a significant market share (plus a few trillion dollars) for the next 25 years. This Bloomberg post is a must read. Predictions .... these OPEC countries are not going to relent .... expect hard times in the U.S. oil patch and *to those who service them*. *Update:* Saudi pri... more »

To Punish or Reform, That is the Question

Catelli at Not Quite Unhinged - 1 day ago
We instinctively look to long sentences to punish offenders, yet the evidence shows that long periods served in prison increase the chance that the offender will offend again ... In the end, public security is diminished rather than increased if we "throw away the key" and then return offenders to the streets at sentence expiry, unreformed and unsupervised.1 Thirteen male students at Dalhousie

contaminated planet of hate

Oberon at GlobaLove Think Tank - 1 day ago
contaminated planet of hate

The Case Against Former CIA Director David Petraeus Is Getting Interesting (Updated)

War News Updates Editor at War News Updates - 1 day ago
*Eli Lake, Bloomberg*:* Petraeus Caught in Obama's War on Leaks* *WNU Editor:* An interesting Bloomberg post from Eli Lake on how the White House treats reporters when it comes to state secrets .... and how they are given access to intel that they would normally not be given to. As to the impending charges against Petraeus .... my gut is telling me that there are going to be a few more surprises coming out of this case. But if he committed a crime and is charge and convicted ... even if he is war hero, there should be consequences. *More News On The David Petraeus Case* Holder: '... more »

Premium-Cable Premiere Night brings us the return of "Looking" and "Episodes"

KenInNY at DownWithTyranny! - 1 day ago
*HBO's trailer for Season 2 of Looking -- the new season launches tonight.* *by Ken* It's Premium-Cable Premiere Night tonight, meaning most importantly the start of the new seasons of HBO's *Looking* (Season 2) and Showtime's *Episodes* (Season 4), both of which had simply spectacular seasons last time out. At the same time it's possible to be cautiously optimistic about the return of Showtime's *Shameless* for Season 5, in which (I see from the promos) the Gallaghers will be grappling with the onset of gentrification in their heretofore lost-and-forgotten slice of Chicago. And HB... more »

The $64,000 Question

George Henderson at The High-fat Hep C Diet - 1 day ago
I've been obsessed with this question. It all started after reading the literature of pre-insulin treatment of diabetes and insulin-free animal models of the disease. Feeding fats and restricted protein, with no or minimal carbohydrate, gives the best prognosis without insulin; also fasting, which tends towards a similar mix of substrates. Then I read the literature showing inferior prognosis of type 2 diabetes with higher-carbohydrate, post-1977 diets; the longer carbohydrate is fed, the more fasting glucose climbs. Most of the glucose in the blood of diabetics comes from hepatic... more »

NJ Charter Schools Association Attacks 1st Amendment Rights in the Garden State

Marie Corfield at Schools Matter - 1 day ago
When the facts aren't on your side... When you're up against the wall... When you've been caught with your hand in the cookie jar... You take the cheap shot. That's what the New Jersey Charter Schools Association did last week when they filed ethics charges against Rutgers Professor Julia Sass Rubin who, along with doctoral student Mark Weber (aka. Jersey Jazzman) published this study on the segregationist practices of the state's charter schools which concludes what we already knew (from JJ's post): *New Jersey's charter schools do not serve nearly as many children in economic di... more »

Unity through Diversity Equals Cultural Death

Peter Cresswell at Not PC - 1 day ago
*Guest post by Olivia Pierson* Cultural pluralism is as old as the hills – or at least as old as the Babylonian Empire on whose riverbank shores even the captive Jews were tolerated to sit and weep. Multiculturalism, on the other hand, is a 20th Century bastardisation of tolerance, which the United Nations invented to socially engineer Western democracies to cope with overwhelming immigration, mostly from Third World slave-pens. The pious and politically correct preachers of “diversity” and “equality” raised multiculturalism in the West to the status of a new religion, as if the w... more »

Sweden Has Confirmed That They Conducted A Second Secret Sub Hunt Two Weeks After The First One

War News Updates Editor at War News Updates - 1 day ago
Swedish submarine HMS Halland (Reuters / Scanpix / Henrik Montgomery) *The Local:* *Sweden admits second secret submarine hunt* *Update: *Foreign sub hunt: Sweden confirms second secret operation in Stockholm archipelago (RT) *WNU Editor:* Chasing ghosts must be one of the most frustrating occupations for a person to have.

Musical Interlude: Kevin Kern, "Touch The Sky"

noreply@blogger.com (CoyotePrime) at Running 'Cause I Can't Fly - 1 day ago
Kevin Kern, "Touch The Sky" - https://www.youtube.com/

Musical Interlude: Enigma, “Silent Warrior”

noreply@blogger.com (CoyotePrime) at Running 'Cause I Can't Fly - 1 day ago
Enigma, “Silent Warrior” - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RB_qsKGjTrg

How Britain Subsidizes Terror

War News Updates Editor at War News Updates - 1 day ago
Amedy Coulibaly with his jihadist mentor Djamel Beghal in Murat, France *The Telegraph:* *Charlie Hebdo terror mentor's wife on benefits in Leicester* *WNU Editor:* I have lost count on how many stories like this one I have read over the years. And yes .... I know that not all families on welfare are terrorists (obviously) .... but it appears that a lot of terrorists and their sympathizers love the welfare system.

I understand everthing except Micheal Therrien

Steve at Thinking Aboot - 1 day ago
God, give me grace to accept with serenitythe things that cannot be u nderstoodTHe Courage to complain with effect about the thingswhich should be changed,and the Wisdom to deterimethings understandable from things not. Almost any gripe about the way things IS has at its roots the biggest obstacle to democracy and overall rationality The demon seed of corruption the rotten apples in the barrel that contaminate the whorled crop. Curse the useful idiots the passengers in thought crime that accept their pay not to understand what everyone knows and will take big secrets

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