Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Police Harrassment! It's Illegal To Wash My Car In My Own Driveway!
Published on Nov 27, 2013
against the law to wash MY CAR in MY DRIVEWAY????? according to this cop IT IS
Meet The Americans Who Think Concentration Camps are Campgrounds!
Published on Dec 16, 2013

Mark Dice is a media analyst, political activist, and author who, in an entertaining and educational way, gets people to question our celebrity obsessed culture, and the role the mainstream media and elite secret societies play in shaping our lives.
CIA Agents in Benghazi confirm "Stand down" report and reveal 2011 CIA memo not to expect air support

According to a story published by AP entitled "CIA Benghazi team clash led to `stand down' report" in testimony before a House Intelligence subcommittee, chaired by Rep. Lynn Westmorland (R-Ga.), a team of CIA agents who were in Benghazi on Sept. 11, 2012, confirmed that they were indeed told to stand down twice when they tried to go to the US mission when it came under attack and that a CIA memo circulated in August 2011 had made it clear that they should not expect any air support if they came under attack. This testimony confirms earlier reports even though the article itself claims that it confirms the Obama administration's denials that there was a stand down order.
Iran Unveils New Long-range Radar System

 (FNA)- Iran on Tuesday unveiled a newly-developed advanced radar system with high target detection

Arctic bounces back: ESA satellite reveals that polar ice INCREASED by 50% in a year

The amount of sea ice in the Arctic has increased by close to 50 per cent compared to last year, according to satellite measurements.
ESA’s CryoSat mission revealed that in October this year the Arctic had 9000 cu km of sea ice. This compares to just 6000 cu km in October

Bitcoin Tumbles After PBOC Rumors Confirmed 


UPDATE: The earlier rumors have been confirmed: People’s Bank of China told more than 10 third-party payment service providers yesterday not to give clearing services to online Bitcoin exchanges, China Business News reports, citing a central bank

meeting with the companies.

NSA Says It Foiled Plot To Destroy Our Economy By Bricking Computers Across The US


The National Security Agency described for the first time a cataclysmic cyber threat it claims to have stopped On Sunday's "60 Minutes."

Called a BIOS attack, the exploit would have ruined, or "bricked," computers across the country, causing untold damage to the national and even global economy.

Smoking can affect DNA: Swedish study 

Swedish researchers have discovered that common health complications associated with smoking can have long-lasting effects on DNA and thus be passed down the generations.

Top Democrats reject court ruling over NSA spying on Americans


Top Democrats pushed back Tuesday against a federal judge’s ruling that the NSA’s phone-records collection program violates privacy rights, asking for higher courts to quickly get involved and bring legal certainty to the murky

world of intelligence gathering.

Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Southern Discomfort: U.S. Army seeks removal of Lee, ‘Stonewall’ Jackson honors

The U.S. Army War College, which molds future field generals, has begun discussing whether it should remove the portraits of Confederate generals, including Robert E. Lee and Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson.
The college, nestled in rural Pennsylvania on the 500-acre Carlisle Barracks, is doing an inventory of all its paintings and photographs with an eye toward rehanging them in historical themes to tell a particular Army stories.
During the inventory, an unnamed official — not the commandant, Maj. Gen. Anthony A. Cucolo III — asked the administration why the college is honoring two generals who fought against the United States, according to college spokeswoman Carol

Snowden offers to help Brazil investigate US spying in exchange for asylum – live

NSA whistleblower writes open letter to Brazilian people
• White House dashes hopes of US amnesty
• US judge rules NSA phone spying

is probably unconstitutional
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NSA and surveillance made simple

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Edward Snowden says judge's ruling vindicates NSA surveillance disclosures

Edward Snowden, the former security contractor who leaked a trove of National Security Agency documents, welcomed a court ruling on Monday that declared the bulk collection of Americans’ telephone records to be a likely violation of

the US constitution.

Colorado revolt: 55 of 62 sheriffs refuse to enforce new gun law


Fully 55 of the 62 sheriffs that serve in Colorado have outright refused to enforce the state’s new gun laws — the requirement for universal background checks and the ban on ammunition magazines that hold

more than 15 rounds.

Anti-coca spraying halted in Colombia after 2 U.S. pilots shot down

By Chris Kraul
7:29 PM PST, December 16, 2013
BOGOTA, Colombia — U.S.-funded anti-coca spraying in Colombia has been suspended indefinitely in the aftermath of the shooting down, apparently by leftist rebels, of two spray planes and the death of one of the American pilots, sources confirmed,0,5113151,print.story

Six U.S. soldiers killed in chopper crash in southern Afghanistan(Reuters) - 

Six U.S. soldiers were killed in a helicopter crash in southern Afghanistan on Tuesday, NATO said, the largest death toll in a single incident to hit the international force in months.

Russian missile deployment raises alarm


Moscow (AFP) -

Washington has joined Russia's

neighbours in voicing alarm after Moscow revealed it had moved nuclear-capable Iskander missiles closer to EU borders in response to the US-led deployment of a disputed

air defence shield.;_ylt=A2KJ3CfmPq9SOh4AqGvQtDMD

NAFTA on Steroids, Three “Secret” Concurrent “Free Trade” Deals: Can the TPP, the TTIP and CETA be Stopped?

Webster’s dictionary defines the term ‘Trojan Horse’ as follows:
“…someone or something intended to defeat or subvert from within usually by deceptive means.”[3]
The term has been applied by critics to any number of so-called free trade deals that Canada, the United States and other countries around the world are

Euro Pacific Capital's Peter Schiff Defends His Tax Protesting Father Irwin Schiff

I was surprised that the Ninth

Circuit’s decision, last month, on Irwin Schiff’s appeal of his conviction and sentence did not attract more attention.  Irwin Schiff could well be viewed as the grandfather of the contemporary

tax protester movement.

Bah Humbug: Homeowners Told Christmas Lights Violate County Ordinances

The Daily Sheeple
December 16th, 2013
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Residents in Orange County California have been told to remove their outdoor Christmas lights as they are an obstruction, and they violate county code

Glenn Greenwald "US Govt Is Doing Things So Against The Core Guarantees Of The Constitution..."

Glenn Greenwald "US Govt Is Doing Things So Against The Core Guarantees Of The Constitution..."

All Wars Are Bankers' Wars

Published on Feb 4, 2013
Written and spoken by Michael Rivero. The written version is here:

Video by Zane Henry.

This video is in the public domain. The producers have waived their copyright to this video.
Listen to a post production conversation between the producers by clicking on this mp3:

You are welcome to make copies and to distribute this video freely. A free downloader is available here:

You might need this CD burner application (because the above application might be a little buggy)

If you have a PC you can use the above link (download the software first) to download it and burn it to a DVD and it is easy to do it. It is for your friends that don't have a computer and may have a DVD player instead or to give out to the public as a form of activism.

Report accuses British Telecom of supplying backdoors for GCHQ and NSA

Source: Network World

A paper released earlier this month by a group of security researchers has outlined the technical details behind a potential Computer Network Exploitation (CNE) program likely used by the U.K. Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) and their American counterpart, the NSA.

Judge: NSA phone program likely unconstitutional

A federal judge ruled Monday that the National Security Agency program which collects information on nearly all telephone calls made to, from or within the United States is likely

Edward Snowden named the "Person of the Year" 2013

Edward Snowden, who has become the most famous whistleblower in the US history and who was granted a temporary asylum in Russia, has been nominated as the "Person of the Year" 2013 by the Euronews. More than 47% of the viewers have voted for him in the contest of the mass media. He was won over Pope Francis, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Russian President Vladimir

Snow Blankets Middle East and Hits Egypt For First Time in Century [PHOTOS]

Snow has covered large areas of the Middle East, from Israel to Lebanon and Syria, causing chaos across the region.
Storm Alexa is the worst storm to have hit Jerusalem for 60 years, according to
BRUSSELS, Dec 16 (KUNA) -- Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov Monday voiced concern that "radical jihadist are taking the upper hand" in the camp of those who oppose President Assad's army.
"National Coalition is losing supporters. There is a sign of a split in the National Coalition. The Free Syrian Army is experiencing some kind of crisis. There is a new group called Islamic Front which we would like to study deeper, but on the surface they promote quite radical views," he told reporters after a meeting with EU foreign ministers in

Economic Forces Fighting Back Against Mass Surveillance

It’s not only judges, presidents and congress members who are slamming the NSA.
It’s not only foreign leaders – or Internet standards institutions – who are distancing themselves from the U.S. due to mass surveillance.
The NSA and it’s partners are also getting hit where it hurts … in their ability to hire and keep personnel, and in the
"The world has forgotten Gaza, its women and children. The blockade is as bad as the war; it's like a slow death for everyone in Gaza. We are paying the price for disputes between different powers. Isn't that shameful? The world has lost its humanity," - Attiyeh Abu Khousa resident of Gaza.

At this time of year the mainstream media abounds with stories of how ordinary people across the world are preparing for the upcoming Christmas holiday. One story people will not hear about is the desperate plight of the 2 million people trapped within the Gaza Strip where malnutrition, darkness, cold and suffering
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Weeks of Ukraine street protests continue. Washington’s dirty hands are involved. They’re manipulating things disruptively. Imperial ruthlessness operates this way.
International law is clear and unequivocal. Meddling in the internal affairs of other countries is illegal. Doing so is longstanding US policy.

Monday, December 16, 2013

Diplomat Deyvani Strip Searched,India Snubs U.S. Team!

Somebody is going to be in the Curry powder over this! Not Good!

NEW DELHI: India's deputy consul general in New York Devyani Khobragade was strip-searched and confined with drug addicts after her detention in a visa fraud case. She was also subjected to DNA

Schumer: Veterans Should Take a Pay Cut But Congress Should NotKimberly Paxton
December 16th, 2013
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Senator Chuck Schumer (D-NY) believes that it’s time that US military veterans do their part for America by taking a cut to their retirement benefits.
Because, of course, veterans haven’t done enough for the country.

Armed Guards at Schools: “The only thing that stops a bad guy with a gun is a good guy with a gun”

Kimberly Paxton
December 16th, 2013

Once upon a time, we used to send our kids to school and believe that they would be safe

inside those halls. Now, after decades of horrific school shooting violence and scores of dead students and staff, we know that this is no longer the case.

BREAKING NEWS: Federal Judge rules entire NSA data collection program unconstitutional - a violation of the 4th

Judge Leon of the DC District Court has held that the NSA’s bulk collection of telephony metadata violates the

Fourth Amendment and has enjoined the entire program (stayed pending appeal).

Canberra risks more by crossing China
By Brendan O'Reilly

All is not well in the relationship between Australia and its largest trading partner. Canberra's long-standing political alliances are beginning to contradict its commercial interests, as tensions mount in the East China Sea and China's economy continues its strong expansion, albeit at what might be its slowest rate in 23 years.

China bans shellfish imports from Oregon, Pacific Northwest

SEATTLE (AP) — China has suspended imports of shellfish from the U.S. West Coast, cutting off one of the biggest export markets for Northwest companies and prompting fears of a months-long shutdown.

Capitol Police yell at singing children and activists

What a buncha steroided out NAZIS!



Shot in Dutch nature reserve the Oostvaardersplassen during the production of De Nieuwe Wildernis (The New Wilderness). This was one of the coldest winters in Holland

with record breaking temperatures.

Can you gives us a push, your highness? King of Jordan helps family after their car became stuck in freak snow storm

Jordan’s King Abdullah II came to the rescue of a family whose car got stuck during a freak snow storm.
The royal was among the bystanders who pushed the vehicle free from the drift on a street in Amman during a blizzard at the weekend. 
My kind of King!
America’s Child Soldiers
by Ann Jones and Nick Turse, December 16, 2013 
 Another week, another revelation about spying by the National Security Agency. This time, it was the NSA’s infiltration of online video games and virtual realms like World of Warcraft and Second Life. And it was hardly a

Joan Fontaine of 'Rebecca,' 'Suspicion' fame, dead at 96

LOS ANGELES, Dec. 15 (UPI) -- Oscar-winning actress Joan Fontaine died of natural causes Sunday at her home in Carmel, Calif., her assistant said. She was 96.

Peter O'Toole dies at age 81 


LONDON, Dec. 15 (UPI) -- British actor Peter O'Toole, known

for his role in the classic "Lawrence of Arabia," died at a hospital in London, his agent said. He was 81.

Man who ran fake veterans charity sentenced in 28 years in prison 


CLEVELAND, Dec. 16 (UPI) -- A man who collected $100 million in donations to a fake

charity for navy veterans was

sentenced Monday in an Ohio court to 28 years in prison, officials said.

Judges Orders Removal of Cross on Federal Land
By TIM HULL  (CN) - The 43-foot cross that sits atop Mt. Soledad in La Jolla must come down, a federal judge grudgingly ruled.
     U.S. District Judge Larry Burns issued the order from San Diego on Thursday, but was quick to point out that he was merely following the 9th Circuit's 2011 ruling that found the cross's long watch over a mountaintop war memorial to be
Rapper Killed in Fight Over Candy, Dad Says

ATLANTA (CN) - An aspiring rapper was shot to death at Gucci Mane's recording studio in a fight over candy, the dead man's father claims in
Flubs Doom GMO Potato Approval, EU Court Says

 (CN) - A decision by EU regulators to approve genetically modified potatoes for animal consumption failed to account for new evidence of health risks and must be rejected, Europe's general court ruled

Turbo Stupid and the Dominoes of Interactive Evil.Dog Poet Transmitting........

May your noses always be cold and wet.

Sometimes you just have to open a posting with some good news; a great example of functioning humanity. A lot of people talk the talk but very few walk the talk. Here's someone who does.

Major Breakthrough For Marijuana Legalization In California
Wed, December 11, 2013

For first time, poll shows a majority of voters say they support legalization of the drug

- Lauren McCauley, staff writer

The FBI files on being and nothingness

I was leafing through some FBI files on French philosophers when a new candidate for occupancy of the populous Grassy Knoll in Dallas leapt out at me. To the massed ranks of the CIA, the Mafia, the KGB, Castro, Hoover, and LBJ, we can now add: Jean-Paul Sartre. FBI and State Department reports of the 1960s had drawn attention to Sartre’s membership of the Fair Play for Cuba Committee, of which Lee Harvey Oswald was also a member.

Greece close to deal with troika on EAS that would secure 1-bln-euro tranche 
Greek government officials had what they called “constructive” talks with troika officials over the weekend regarding the future of Hellenic Defense Systems (EAS) but were not able to bridge their differences over home

Rival rallies continue in Kiev as Western meddling increases

Tens of thousands of people from across Ukraine gathered in central Kiev for rival anti- and pro-government rallies on Sunday, continuing their demonstrations as US and EU officials increase their involvement in the political crisis.
US Senators John McCain and Chris Murphy have joined the opposition rally by addressing the crowd from a stage, declaring how the protests are inspiring the world.

Harvard University being evacuated over reports of explosives at 4 sites


Harvard University has ordered the evacuation of four buildings following unconfirmed reports explosives were present on campus. Police from five different agencies

are currently at the scene investigating.

Space exploration is about everyone 



"What’s the point of lavishing so large budget on moon landing?” A disagreeable voice asked on China’s weibo when the country fell into a celebrative mood after its first ever lunar rover soft-landed on the moon on Saturday night.

What the opponents overlooked is the fact that since 1949, about 80 percent of more than 2,000 new materials coming out in China

was initially for the space use.

Ukraine’s Color Revolution: NATO’s Prize, Assault on Russia, Revenge for Syria

By Wayne Madsen


Ever since the democracy manipulation efforts of international hedge fund brigand George Soros were joined with the artificial street revolution tactics of CIA tactician Gene Sharp to form

the core strategy of the U.S. neo-conservative goal of imposing a

«New American Century» on the entire world, Ukraine has served as the prize of America’s interventionist foreign policy. And the neocons are still alive and active as ever inside Secretary of State

John Kerry’s State Department.

Lawyers plan widespread fines for porn viewers 

Solicitors sending out fines to German users of porn streaming site Redtube said over the weekend that they had set their sights on visitors to other popular erotic sites which would potentially snare tens of thousands of internet users.

In Pictures: Wild storm hits Canary Islands

Thousands of islanders have been left without power, dozens of roads have been cut off due to flooding, winds have reached up to 120km/hour and a total of 3,922 lightning bolts have hit the archipelago in a single morning.

Horses used for research 'sold off to butchers' 

France was rocked by another horsemeat scandal on Monday when it emerged that hundreds of horses that had been used for medical research were then illegally sold off to the meat industry, despite them

not being fit for human consumption. Police have arrested 21 in a series of raids.

VIDEO - Swedish Nazis attack families at demo 


Three people were taken to hospital on Sunday after they were injured by counter-demonstrators at an anti-Nazi demonstration in the suburbs of Stockholm.

Around the world in 80 drinks: From English gin to Iceland's Brennivin and Fiji's Kava, various national tipples revealed

Coca cola may be undoubtedly American and tea definitely comes from India, but while some national tipples are exclusively theirs, multiple Balkan countries lay claim to Rakia, the plum spirit, and Arabic nations to Arak, the anise aperitif.
One wine company has commissioned a boozy infographic of assigning 80 famous drinks to their supposed corresponding countries.

Florida boy says he was barred from speech contest due to critical comments on religion

A Florida fifth-grader said he was stripped of his blue ribbon and barred from taking part in a speech competition because his essay mentioned harm caused by religion.
Zachary Golob-Drake said he won first place Wednesday in his class at Tampa’s Patel Partnership School for his speech, “In The Name of Religion.”
Bullet Hits Florida Man In Head,Bounces Off!

Dec. 13 (UPI) -- While Walter Santiago was driving after picking up his sick 13-year-old granddaughter from middle school, something flew in through the open driver's side window and hit him in the head.
It turns out it was a bullet.

Wheat Belly

Wheat Belly

/ROCKWELL:  Good morning.  Welcome to the Lew Rockwell Show.  And how great to have as our guest this morning, Dr. William Davis.  Dr. Davis is a preventive cardiologist in Milwaukee, author of four books, most famously, the extremely influential book, a great book, called Wheat Belly: Lose the Wheat, Lose the Weight, and Find Your Path Back to

Washington Drives The World Toward War

Washington Drives The World Toward
Defense analysts tell Congress to devise war plan for China

 The US military needs a specific war plan designed to counter China, especially after its recent declaration of an air defense zone over the East China Sea, a group of defense analysts advised a congressional

4 risky places to swipe your debit card

Would you give a thief direct access to your checking account?
No? Unfortunately, you may be doing just that by regularly using your debit card. Debit cards may look identical to credit cards, but there's one key difference. With credit cards, users who spot fraudulent charges on their bill can simply decline the charges and not pay the bill. On the other hand, debit cards draw money directly from your checking account, rather than from an intermediary such as a credit card company.

Woman Who Lives “Off the Grid” Threatened With Eviction – From Her Paid-For Home

Robin Speronis, a Florida woman who lives off the grid, is being threatened with losing her home due to her “alternative lifestyle”.
Last month, Robin’s story was featured on Fox 4 news in Florida. She does not have a refrigerator, oven, running water, or electricity.

Something Wicked This Way Comes: The story of Plume-Gate, the world’s largest, provable cover-up

Plume-Gate: the world’s largest, provable cover-up and conspiracy
“For we are opposed around the world by a monolithic and ruthless conspiracy that relies on covert means for expanding its sphere of influence–on infiltration instead of invasion, on subversion instead of elections, on intimidation instead of free choice, on guerrillas by night instead of armies by day. It is a system which has conscripted vast human and material resources into the building of a tightly knit, highly efficient machine that combines military, diplomatic, intelligence, economic, scientific and political operations. Its preparations are concealed, not published. Its mistakes are buried not headlined. Its dissenters are silenced, not praised. No expenditure is questioned, no rumor is printed, no secret is revealed.”

SEAL Team 6 Was Murdered Video produced by Produced, written, and edited by Kris Zane. Narrated by Tom Hinchey