September 30, 2014 - Today in History:
1777 - The Congress of the United States moved to York, PA, due to
advancing British forces.
1787 - The Columbia left Boston and began the trip that would make it
the first American vessel to sail around the world.
1846 - Dr. William Morton performed a painless tooth extraction after
administering ether to a patient.
1946 - An international military tribunal in Nuremberg, Germany, found
22 top Nazi leaders guilty of war crimes.
1949 - The Berlin Airlift came to an end. The airlift had taken 2.3
million tons of food into the western sector despite the Soviet
1971 - The Soviet Union and the United States signed pacts that were
aimed at avoiding an accidental nuclear war.
1971 - A committee of nine people was organized to investigate the
prison riot at Attica, NY. 10 hostages and 32 prisoners were killed when
National Guardsmen stormed the prison on September 13, 1971.
1976 - California enacted the Natural Death Act of California. The law
was the first example of right-to-die legislation in the U.S.
1983 - The first AH-64 Apache attack helicopter was rolled out by
McDonnell Douglas Helicopter Company.
1993 - U.S. chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Colin Powell retired.
1994 - The space shuttle Endeavor took off on an 11-day mission. Part of
the mission was to use a radar instrument to map remote areas of the
1997 - France's Roman Catholic Church apologized for its silence during
the persecution and deportation of Jews the pro-Nazi Vichy regime.
1998 - Gov. Pete Wilson of California signed a bill into law that
defined "invasion of privacy as trespassing with the intent to capture
audio or video images of a celebrity or crime victim engaging in a
personal of family activity." The law went into effect January 1, 1999.
1999 - In Tokaimura, Japan, radiation escaped a nuclear facility after
workers accidentally set off an uncontrolled nuclear chain reaction.
2004 - Merck & Co. pulled Vioxx, its heavily promoted arthritis drug,
from the market after a study found it doubled the risk of heart attacks
Syrian Ambassador: Bashar Assad Backs International Strikes Against IS
RIA Novosti - Syrian President Bashar Assad has publicly announced his
country’s position on its readiness to work with any international
efforts within the UN to eradicate Islamic State (IS) militants
operating in the region and supports airstrikes against them, Syrian
Ambassador to Russia Riad Haddad told RIA Novosti in an interview
U.S. Bombs 41 $250,000 Humvees Captured by ISIS
New American - During the past six weeks U.S. combat jets have bombed
and eliminated 41 Humvees originally given to the Iraqi military, but
afterwards captured by ISIS forces.
Iraq mission ends with 'no reports' of bombing
BBC - RAF Tornados have been flying reconnaissance missions over Iraq
for the past six weeks, but the five sorties in recent days have been
the first flights since they were authorized to launch air strikes.
David Cameron Says Non-Violent Conspiracy Theorists Are Just As
Dangerous As ISIS
Activist Post - David Cameron told the U.N. that "non-violent extremism"
is just as dangerous as terrorism and must be eradicated using all means
at the government's disposal. He references 9/11 and 7/7 Truthers as
examples of the type of extremism that must be dealt in a similar
fashion to ISIS.
New US Marine Corps Crisis Unit To Be Based in Kuwait
defensenews.com - The US Marine Corps is preparing to deploy about 2,100
grunts to be based out of Kuwait in a new unit configuration designed to
respond to crises in the region, according to Corps officials.
Afghan president to sign deal Tuesday allowing US troops to stay after
2014, officials say
Fox News - A senior Defense Department official confirmed to Fox News
that the new president will sign the Bilateral Security Agreement
allowing for 9,800 U.S. troops to remain in Afghanistan after 2014. The
president also is expected to sign a NATO Status of Forces Agreement,
which will allow a small NATO force to stay on as well.
Win battle, lose the war: Photo-wielding Netanyahu puts Iran over ISIS,
RT - Bigger than the Islamic State threat – Iran and its nuclear program
yet again haunted Benjamin Netanyahu’s address at the UN General
Assembly. The Israeli PM also has photo-proof with him of Hamas using
Palestinian civilians as human shields.
Venezuela's "21st Century Socialism": Food Lines For The People, New
Cars For The Military
Zero Hedge - 100s of brand new (admittedly Chinese) cars await new
owners following the Defense Minister's pledge to purchase 20,000 autos
for the armed forces. Simply put, in order to maintain the appearance of
utopia, Maduro ensures military personnel don't have to contend with the
economic chaos in the rest of the country.
Ebola patients flood into new medical tents faster than U.S. military
can build them
(NaturalNews) Reports in recent days have noted that the U.S. ground
force that President Obama ordered into Ebola-infected West Africa has
been making slow progress, but a more accurate description of their
heroic efforts would be no progress.
US, coalition fighter jets bomb grain silos killing civilians in Syria
says watchdog group
RT - US-led coalition airstrikes destroyed grain silos and other targets
in parts of northern and eastern Syria dominated by Islamic State,
killing civilians while only wounding ISIS fighters, according to an
organization monitoring war in Syria.
deploys 35 tanks in border town near Syria
StratRisks - Turkey’s military on Monday deployed 35 tanks in a border
town near Syria after mortar shells landed on Turkish territory,
injuring three people, media reported.
Frigid fighting: Russian Arctic war games top off new base voyage
RT - The Russian Northern Fleet convoy, which delivered troops and
hardware to a rebuilt base in the Arctic, conducted fire drills before
going home to test its resilience in the hostile frosty environment.
China warns against foreign meddling in Hong Kong protests
Press TV - China has warned against any foreign meddling in the recent
protests in Hong Kong, saying the ongoing pro-democracy rallies in the
city are “illegal”.
Pro-Beijing Media Accuses Hong Kong Student Leader of U.S. Government
WSJ - The face of Hong Kong’s student democracy movement came under
furious attack by a pro-Beijing newspaper today, upping the ante in the
fight over the former British colony’s political future.
Spanish court blocks Catalonia vote
Press TV - Spain’s constitutional court has decided to suspend
Catalonia’s referendum on independence following a request from the
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy.
U.S. News, Politics & Government
Obama: We can’t stabilize Syria under Assad
Tom Sullivan - As a US-led coalition continues to strike ISIL
strongholds inside Syria, President Barack Obama says “we are
not going to stabilize” the country under President Bashar al-Assad.
In an interview aired Sunday on CBS’ “60 Minutes” program, Obama
acknowledged the contradictory nature of his Syria strategy.
Nearly $1bn already spent on US military campaign against ISIS
RT - The US-led military operation against the Islamic State
(IS, formerly ISIS) militants has likely so far cost between
$780 and $930 million, according to an estimate by
Washington-based think tank specializing in defense issues.
Report: Obama Has Missed over Half His Second-Term Daily Intel
Breitbart - A new Government Accountability Institute (GAI)
report reveals that President Barack Obama has attended only
42.1% of his daily intelligence briefings (known officially as
the Presidential Daily Brief, or PDB) in the 2,079 days of his
presidency through September 29, 2014.
No, America Isn't Communist; It's Only 70% Communist
Zero Hedge - Within his 1848 Communist Manifesto, Marx outlined
a list of ten short-term demands. These, he thought, would be
the precursor to the ideal stateless, classless communist
society. Ironically in today’s world, Marx’s demands look pretty
much mainstream. That is because nearly every single item on the
list has been implemented to varying degrees in the United
States. Think that couldn’t be possible in the Land of the Free?
Just take a look.
Propaganda War Gets Boost from Second Oklahoma Man Arrested for
Threatening ISIS Beheadings
Kurt Nimmo - On Sunday the ISIS beheaders in our midst meme
gained further traction when a Tulsa news talk radio station
reported that Jacob Murithi, an Oklahoma City nursing home
employee recently fired, had threatened to cut off coworker’s
Americans Resigned to Ground Troops in ISIS War
Kurt Nimmo - A corporate poll reveals more than seven in ten
Americans believe the U.S. will send ground troops to Iraq and
Dr. Stanley Monteith, Host of Radio Liberty, Passes Away at 85
Prison Planet.com - Dr. Stanley Monteith, the nationally
syndicated radio host and author who spent nearly 50 years
exposing the globalist agenda, paving the way for many patriots
to do the same, passed away this morning at the age of 85.
Ferguson Demands High Fees To Turn Over City Files
(AP) - Officials in Ferguson, Missouri, are charging nearly 10
times the cost of some of their own employees' salaries before
they will agree to turn over files under public records laws
about the fatal shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown.
Seattle Police Can’t Agree On How To Interpret New Use-Of-Force
kuow.org - Seattle police officers are not using enough force.
That’s according to an internal email sent last week. The email,
obtained by KUOW, says that hesitancy to use force could pose
risks to officers and the public.
US Court Says it’s Okay for Police Departments to Refuse to Hire
Someone who is Too Smart
The Daily Sheeple - Ever wonder why cops yell “quit resisting”
as they beat a person who’s not resisting? Or why they shoot
people who pose no threat? Maybe the answer is right in front of
Cops sued for breaking into home, arresting woman for recording
their actions (VIDEO)
RT - A Pennsylvania couple is suing three Collingdale police
officers for entering their home without permission in an effort
to confiscate a cell phone legally used to record the officers
during a February confrontation in front of their home.
Police Urge Residents to Outfit Homes With Police-run
Adan Salazar - For $10 a month, residents of New Orleans suburb
can hook home cameras up to law enforcement surveillance grid.
Police in Louisiana are urging residents to add surveillance
camera security systems to their homes and then to hand over
control of those systems to law enforcement, an effort they
claim will help make neighborhoods safer.
Students suspended for possession of 'Breaking Bad' meth candy
koat.com - Gabriel Valdez, 10, and Christian Valdez, 9, were
suspended two-and-a-half days for bringing rock crystals
marketed as “Breaking Bad” candy. The candy is meant to resemble
the fictional blue meth on the popular show filmed in
The U.S. Government Is Borrowing About 8 Trillion Dollars A Year
Economic Collapse - The U.S. government is borrowing about 8
trillion dollars a year, and you are about to see the hard
numbers that prove this.
Shocking Charts: Is This “Banker’s Tell” Predicting a Market
Crash In The Near Future?
Mac Slavo - Trend analyst and stock trader Greg Mannarino of
Trader’s Choice may have just spotted such a signal. He calls it
a possible “banker’s tell” that may be giving us advance warning
of a coming market event that could lead to the crash many
observers expect is inevitable.
The Completely Insane Cost of Federal Regulations: $2 TRILLION
Activist Post - The New American has released a new video
breaking down The Competitive Enterprise Institute’s annual “Ten
Thousand Commandments” report which has concluded that federal
regulations cost the economy $1.863 trillion in fiscal year 2013
Feds: Butterfly Labs mined bitcoins on customers’ boxes before
Ars Technica - The FTC believes the three named members of the
company’s board of directors—Jody Drake (aka Darla Drake),
Nasser Ghoseiri, and Sonny Vleisides—spent millions of dollars
of corporate revenue on non-corporate expenses like saunas and
guns, while leaving many customer orders either wholly
unfulfilled or significantly delayed.
Even Treated Fracking Wastewater Still Radioactive, Too Toxic
oilprice.com - One of the biggest concerns about fracking: the
vast amount of wastewater produced by the process of extracting
oil and gas from shale rock deep underground is incredibly
Spyware phone app CEO indicted for conspiracy
RT - The head of a company that sells a spyware application for
smartphones has been indicted and arrested for conspiracy and
other charges related to surreptitious interception. It is the
first time the US Department of Justice has targeted spyware
$200,000 robot scans terrain, locates humans and shoots them
from up to 2 miles away with full automation
(NaturalNews) A subsidiary of the Samsung Group is developing
what is essentially a robot sentry called the "SGR-A1." As
reported by UberGizmo, "this particular robot will carry a fair
amount of weapons that ought to make you think twice about
crossing the borders of South Korea illegally -- as it has been
tested out at the demilitarized zone along the border... with
its neighbor, North Korea."
Using new Corvette’s valet-recording tech could be a felony in
Ars Technica - Over the past few months, General Motors and its
Chevrolet dealerships have been selling the 2015 Corvette with
an interesting feature called Valet Mode. Valet Mode records
audio, video, and driving statistics of the person in the
driver's seat when the driver isn't around... Trouble is that in
a handful of states, using Valet Mode might be considered a
AT&T’s congestion magically disappears when it’s signing up new
Ars Technica - AT&T yesterday began offering “double the data
for the same price” to new customers and existing customers who
sign new contracts, apparently forgetting that its network is so
congested that speeds must be throttled when people use too much
California cops don’t need warrants to surveil with drones
Ars Technica - California Gov. Jerry Brown vetoed legislation
that would have required the police to obtain search warrants to
surveil the public with unmanned drones.
World's First Wearable Drone Takes Flight
Activist Post - A new invention seeks to merge drones with the
booming trend of any sort of wearable tech or "augmented
reality." That's right, why not a wearable drone? [...] it
doesn't take much imagination to see how this could become just
one more tool in the military arsenal, not to mention the
militarized police on U.S. soil.
Privacy Nightmare: When Baby Monitors Go Bad
Katherine Albrecht & Liz McIntyre - A secure crib and a baby
monitor are on the the “must-have” safety checklist for many new
parents. But when you tuck Junior in for the night, you never
imagine waking to a scene straight out of The Twilight Zone: a
foul-mouthed baby camera with a life of its own.
EBOLA ALERT: U.S. Patient Zero Suspected In Dallas: Travel History and
Symptoms Suggest Infection
Mac Slavo - Multiple news sources are reporting that an individual
showing symptoms of the Ebola virus has been admitted to a hospital in
Dallas, Texas. The patient, whose travel history suggests he or she may
have been exposed to the virus, has been isolated and Texas Health
Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas says it is following testing and
quarantine procedures outlined by the Centers for Disease Control.
Learning the symptoms of Ebola and how to avoid it could save your life
(NaturalNews) Because the disease appears to spread so aggressively and
can kill patients so quickly, health officials emphasize that early
detection is essential.
Lesser Known Turmeric Compound Regenerates Brain Stem Cells
Activist Post - It turns out, a lesser-known bioactive turmeric compound
promotes stem cell proliferation and differentiation in the brain,
according to new research recently published in the open access journal
Stem Cell Research & Therapy. Results suggest aromatic turmerone could
be a potential for treating neurological disorders, such as stroke and
Magnesium crucial to prevent congestive heart failure
(NaturalNews) Congestive Heart Failure (CHF) sounds so darn final.
Nobody wants to fail and nobody wants their heart to fail. Merely using
that terminology will dis-heart-en a person and steal their hopes for
health and healing.
As The World Focuses On Ebola, Another Virus of Great Concern Is
Sneaking Into The U.S. And May Mutate
preventdisease.com - It is a viral disease transmitted to humans by
infected mosquitoes... The disease shares some clinical signs with
dengue, and can be misdiagnosed in areas where dengue is common.
Interestingly, dengue leads back to CIA & army experiments and the WHO
has stated that some 2.5 billion people, two fifths of the world's
population, are now at risk from dengue.
Millions of Children Infected with 'Vaccine Safety Experts' Rotateq
Vaccine: Dr. Paul Offit
Green Med Info - Dr. Paul Offit is a pediatrician who co-invented a
rotavirus vaccine (trade name Rotateq), who once stated in interview
that a child can be administered 100,000 vaccines safely at once (later
revised to 10,000).
Huge Plunge in Kindergartener’s Vaccination Rates: Officials Stumped
Natural Society - Worried about potential dangers of vaccines,
Californian parents are refusing to immunize their kindergarten-aged
children. Officials are stumped.
6 Toxic Products To Eliminate From Your Home
Natural Blaze - Did you know that the air inside your home is often more
toxic than the air outside? In fact, according to the Environmental
Protection Agency, our indoor air environment is two to six times more
polluted than the outdoor air environment.
10 Food Ingredients You Should Never Eat Again
Natural Blaze - Ninety percent of the products we see on grocery store
shelves today are loaded with processed and nutrition-less ingredients.
The hard truth is that these ingredients are killing us one bite at a
time. They are addictive and cunningly sleuth, usually masked by an
array of creative but misleading advertising schemes.
Fluoridated Water Can Calcify Arteries, Study Finds
Green Med Info - Fluoride is put in your drinking water 'for your teeth'
without your consent, but did you know that it could also be calcifying
This Organic Oil Could Reduce DNA Damage from Eating GMOs
Natural Society - Researchers say that organic extra virgin olive oil
may just be able to reduce the DNA damage caused by eating genetically
September 29, 2014 - Today in History:
1789 - A regular army was established by the U.S. War Department with
several hundred men.
1930 - Lowell Thomas made his debut on CBS Radio. He was in the radio
business for the next 46 years.
1943 - U.S. Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower and Italian Marchal Pietro
Badoglio signed an armistice aboard the British ship Nelson.
1951 - The first network football game was televised by CBS-TV in color.
The game was University of California and the University of
1962 - U.S. President John F. Kennedy nationalized the Mississippi
National guard in response to city officials defying federal court
orders. The orders had been to enroll James Meredith at the University
1967 - The International Monetary Fund reformed monetary systems around
1983 - The War Powers Act was used for the first time by the U.S.
Congress when they authorized President Reagan to keep U.S. Marines in
Lebanon for 18 more months.
1984 - Irish officials announced that they had intercepted the Marita
Anne carrying seven tons of U.S.-purchased weapons. The weapons were
intended for the Irish Republican Army.
1988 - The space shuttle Discovery took off from Cape Canaveral in
Florida. It was the first manned space flight since the Challenger
1990 - "Millie's Book" by First Lady Barbara Bush was the best-selling
non-fiction book in the U.S.
1993 - Bosnia's parliament voted overwhelmingly to reject an
international peace plan unless Bosnian Serbs returned land that had
been taken by force.
1994 - The U.S. House voted to end the practice of lobbyist buying meals
and entertainment for members of Congress.
2010 - In China, Canton Tower became operational.
ISIS+ Al-Nusra Front? Islamists reportedly join forces, new threat
against West issued
RT - Al-Qaeda-linked Al-Nusra Front has issued a new threatening audio
message featuring its leader warning the West “will pay the heaviest
price” for its actions. The Syrian group is reportedly now joining up
with the estranged Islamic State militants.
Isis ‘just one mile from Baghdad’ as al-Qaeda fighters join forces
against Syria air strikes
London Independent - Isis fighters are reportedly just one mile away
from Baghdad as reports emerge of al-Qaeda militants bolstering their
ranks in Syria. According to the Foundation for Relief and
Reconciliation in the Middle East, Isis was approaching the Iraqi
capital on Monday morning.
Bilderberger Kissinger Wants World Army To Fight Terrorists
Steve Watson - Henry Kissinger, Bilderberg kingpin and architect of
overthrowing democratically elected governments, is keen to establish a
global mercenary army to fight terrorists, according to Fox News big
mouth Bill O’Reilly, who has heartily endorsed such a notion on recent
Teargas and pepper spray as thousands-strong Hong Kong protest turns
RT - Tens of thousands of pro-democracy protesters have besieged the
Hong Kong government headquarters in a protest against Beijing’s
decision to restrict a democratic election in the city.... This recent
violence is seen in Hong Kong as the most serious civil disobedience
action since 1997, when the area joined China under agreement to have
"one country, two systems".
Stocks Slide On Hong Kong Protests, Catalan Independence Fears
Zero Hedge - Friday's ridiculous no volume ramp in the last two hours of
trading, got hit by a double whammy of first Catalan independence fears
rising up again after Catalan President Mas signed a decree committing
Catalonia to a referendum bid on November 9th, leading to a move wider
in Spanish bond yields, and second the sharpest surge in Hong Kong
violence in decades,
82% of Ebola patients are being turned away from hospitals to die at
home, spreading infections to family members
(NaturalNews) A lack of available hospital beds in Liberia, Sierra Leone
and Guinea, the three countries at the epicenter of the worst Ebola
outbreak in history, is leaving many families with nowhere to take their
sick and dying.
Government cover-up of Malaysian flight MH370 criticized by missing
passenger's girlfriend despite death threats and home invasions
(NaturalNews) The girlfriend of an American passenger aboard missing
Malaysian Flight MH370 has accused authorities of covering up what
happened to the aircraft, some six months after it disappeared from
Data proves Fukushima has exceeded Chernobyl in radiation release
(NaturalNews) The cumulative amount of radiation released from Fukushima
already exceeds that of the infamous 1986 Chernobyl disaster, says a new
study published in the journal Nature -- and the damage, of course, is
Japan volcano: Mt Ontake rescue teams find 31 bodies
BBC - The bodies of 31 hikers have been found near the top of Japan's
Mount Ontake a day after a sudden volcanic eruption.... The volcano,
about 200km (125 miles) west of Tokyo, erupted without warning on
Saturday, spewing ash and rocks.
Eruption or not, nuclear restart in Japan to go ahead on schedule
Yemeni Rebels Attack U.S. Embassy
NY Times - A splinter group of Al Qaeda said that it fired a rocket that
landed near the United States Embassy in Sana on Saturday, wounding
several guards, to retaliate for what it said was an American drone
strike in a northern province of Yemenon Friday.
Now Taliban try to seize ISIS crown for brutality as they launch massive
offensive and behead civilians
UK Daily Mail - Taliban fighters have beheaded 15 civilians in battles
for control of a key district near Kabul in a chilling echo of the
brutality meted out by the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria.
Nearly 600 U.S. soldiers with tanks to arrive in Poland, Baltics
(Reuters) - Nearly 600 U.S. soldiers accompanied by tanks and other
vehicles will arrive in Poland and the Baltic states at the weekend for
military exercises, the Polish defence ministry said on Friday.
Libya 2.0? US Says 'No-Fly Zone' Over Syria A Possibility
Brandon Turbeville - in what is more proof that the NATO operation
against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad is merely Libya 2.0, the Obama
administration is now stating that it is open to the possibility of
establishing a “no-fly zone” over Syria.
US AFRICOM to establish its own Air Command
defenceWeb - Come the start of October US Air Forces Africa will be
activated and given the designation of the 17th Air Force. This
announcement was made at Ramstein Air Base in Germany by General William
Ward, Commander of US Africa Command (Africom).
China to undercut US arms dealers
correntewire.com - “The Chinese systems are simply cheaper, they are
reliable, and they are tailored to the conditions of developing
countries,” said Anthony Cordesman, a national security analyst at the
Washington-based Center for Strategic and International Studies. “As the
systems get more sophisticated, they will undercut Europe and the U.S.
and compete with Russia.”
Russia Discovers Massive Arctic Oil Field Which May Be Larger Than Gulf
Zero Hedge - OAO Rosneft announced it has discovered what may be a
treasure trove of black oil, one which could boost Russia's coffers by
hundreds of billions if not more, when a vast pool of crude was
discovered in the Kara Sea region of the Arctic Ocean, showing the
region has the potential to become one of the world’s most important
crude-producing areas, arguably bigger than the Gulf Of Mexico.
Africa is the Proverbial Pot of Gold for Biotech Agribusiness
Natural Society - The African Center for Biosafety has published a
telling report on just how lucrative African countries are for Big Ag
and chemical companies alike and their chemical, GMO technologies.
Over 700 new Ebola cases confirmed in one week as outbreak explodes
(NaturalNews) Reports indicate that there are now more than 5,800
documented cases of Ebola, along with 2,800 confirmed deaths, in what is
being widely proclaimed as the worst Ebola outbreak in history.
Ebola drug supplies wiped out worldwide
U.S. News, Politics & Government
Ron Paul: Obama Has Started ‘Immoral and Illegal’ War in Iraq
lewrockwell.com - Obama’s new wars in Iraq and Syria are totally
immoral as well as illegal under US and international law, Ron
Paul told RT’s Abby Martin yesterday. The idea that US force
will solve the problem is also mistaken, he said. “US action
will increase the violence,” rather than reduce it, he added.
VIDEO: David Cameron: Questioning Government Policy Is Terrorism
Prison Planet.com - Met Police warn people that viewing
extremist material in wake of Islamic State’s killing of
journalist may be a terror offence but experts say prosecutions
Is Big Sis in the running for Attorney General spot?
personalliberty.com - Eric Holder’s resignation as Attorney
General last week has led to widespread speculation about who
the Obama Administration will pick as a replacement. There are
rumors that former Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano
is on the administration’s list of top contenders.
Pentagon ready to train up to 15,000 Syrian rebels
RT - Pentagon officials provided an update on Friday concerning
the campaign being waged against militants from the so-called
Islamic State and said the operation remains a ways from being
Washington think tank hires ‘Call of Duty’ creator to advise
Pentagon on future threats to US
RT - You would think war-themed video games copy real life, and
not the other way around. Not this time. A Washington think tank
has hired the maker of the acclaimed “Call of Duty” game to
envision the kind of future wars the US could be fighting.
Alleged OK City Beheader Linked to Pentagon Diner al-Awlaki
Kurt Nimmo - Alton Nolan, the man accused of beheading a
coworker in Oklahoma City, attended a mosque run by an iman tied
to Anwar al-Awlaki, the al-Qaeda operative who dined at the
Pentagon a few months after the 9/11 attacks.
Presence of Armed Citizen Prevented More Death Says Oklahoma
Truth Revolt - On Friday, police reported that two women were
brutally attacked in Oklahoma City on Thursday at their
workplace. One of those women died, her head severed from her
body in the gruesome assault. The other woman survived, her
attacker having been stopped by a citizen carrying a concealed
Police officer shot in Ferguson, two suspects at large
RT - A police officer has been wounded with a gun shot in the US
city of Ferguson, Missouri, a St. Louis suburb still gripped by
public outrage over the killing of an unarmed teenager by a cop
last month. The police have cordoned off the crime scene.
Three 9/11 first responders died of cancer on the same day
RT - Less than two weeks after the 13th anniversary of the
September 11 terrorist attacks, three New York firefighters who
worked at Ground Zero died of cancer, all on the same day, the
Fire Department of New York said.
US senators demand probe into leaked Goldman Sachs tapes
RT - Congress must hold “oversight hearings on the disturbing
issues” raised by the secretly recorded conversations between
the Fed and Goldman officials, Senator Elizabeth Warren (Mass,
D) said on Friday. Portions of recordings from 2011 and 2012
were recently made public, apparently showing unwillingness by
some Fed supervisors to both demand information from Goldman
Sachs and criticize its conflict-of-interest policy.
Largest Public Pensions Face $2 Trillion Hole, Moody’s Says
Bloomberg - The 25 largest U.S. public pensions face about $2
trillion in unfunded liabilities, showing that investment
returns can’t keep up with ballooning obligations, according to
Moody’s Investors Service.
Navy Veteran Sets Fire to Chicago Air Traffic Control Facility
EPJ - A former Navy man, early this morning, cut radar feeds and
set them on fire at a suburban Chicago air traffic control
center. The action brought two of the nation's busiest airports,
O'Hare and Midway airports, to a halt.
French President Hollande Says ‘ISIS Terror Caused by Global
21st Century Wire - At the UN in New York, Hollande insistently
claimed, even passionately claimed that global warming has
driven millions of persons from their previously stable lives,
making them more receptive to Islamic, or Crony Islamic
terrorism. Hollande traced a direct link between global warming
(now called “climate change”) and terrorism. Amazing.
Three-dimensional, continuously multidirectional cloaking device
Gizmag - Two scientists at the University of Rochester have
taken invisibility cloaking back to basics. Their novel
arrangement of four standard, off-the-shelf lenses keeps an
object hidden (and the background undisturbed) as the viewer
moves up to several degrees away from the optimal viewing angle.
German company to use “parcelcopter” drone to bring medicine to
Ars Technica - German logistics company DHL is expected to
launch a small drone which will fly approximately 12 kilometers
(7.5 miles) from Norddeich, a village in northern Germany, to
the island of Juist, a small island community off the north
coast of Germany. DHL has dubbed the drone the “parcelcopter,”
and it will be used to regularly deliver medications and other
necessities, marking a noted advancement in the commercial use
of drones worldwide.
Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
Monsanto GMO wheat contamination discovered in Montana
RT - Monsanto’s experimental genetically modified wheat has been
discovered growing in the second US field in Montana, about a
year after the discovery of the company’s unapproved crop
growing in Oregon disrupted US wheat exports.
Cross-Bred Crops Trump the Failing GMO-Created Techniques
Natural Society - ‘Cross-bred crops get fit faster,’ says an
important new article published in the journal, Nature. Within
its wizened lines is advice on how to breed better corn without
resorting to growing GMO.
High antioxidant raspberries breed by researchers to be grown
without agricultural chemicals
(NaturalNews) European researchers have used traditional
breeding techniques to develop a new variety of raspberry that
is extra high in antioxidants and is grown without pesticides or
Full Fat Dairy May Reduce Your Risk of Diabetes and Other Health
Dr. Mercola - Recent research found that those who ate eight
portions of full-fat dairy products a day cut their risk of
diabetes by nearly 25 percent, compared to those who ate fewer
portions. A previous study proposed that it’s the palmitoleic
acid, which occurs naturally in full-fat dairy products, that
protects against insulin resistance and diabetes
Spirulina: A Luxury Health Food and a Possible Panacea for
Dr. Mercola - Spirulina, a type of blue-green algae, is an
incredible superfood that provides a concentrated source of
protein, vitamins, antioxidants, and other nutrients.
Big Pharma Drug Linked to Cancer: Big Pharma Players Bombarded
Natural Society - Takeda Pharmaceuticals and Eli Lilly are in
that piranha filled stream now over their controversial drug
Actos, brand name for pioglitazone, a drug prescribed to reduce
diabetes Type 2 blood sugar. The reason? Multiple medical
studies have linked the drug to the onset of bladder cancer, a
life-threatening issue which led thousands of people to seek
compensation for damages caused by the drug.
Compound in Celery Found to Destroy 86% of Lung Cancer Cells
Natural Society - A compound in celery has been found to be
extremely effective at combating numerous cancers, including up
to 86 percent of cancer cells in the lungs.
State Farm to Families of Vaccine-Damaged Children: We Don’t
Need Your Business
Health Impact News - Earlier this week, State Farm decided to
drop an ad starring comedian Rob Schneider from its rotation due
to his “anti-vaccine views” after a social media outcry.
Mysterious Virus Spreading Across U.S.,Canada And Primarily
Affecting Vaccinated Children
Natural Blaze - It's being considered a severe respiratory virus
known as EV-D68. It hits hard and fast and has already created
an outbreak in Colorado, Missouri, Utah, Kansas, Illinois, Ohio,
and four more states in the Midwest. It has also crossed over
the Canada with confirmed cases in Alberta, British Columbia and
3 Reasons You Should Eat More Spicy Food
Dr. Mercola - I love spicy foods and typically enjoy 1-2
habanero peppers a day. If you like spicy food, there’s good
reason to indulge your cravings, as the spicy chemical in
peppers – capsaicin – and other compounds in spicy food can
improve your health.
16 of Nature’s Best Natural Pain Killers
Natural Society - Are you in pain? You don’t have to reach for
over-the -counter pain killers, or even the heavy pharmaceutical
hitters prescribed by your doctor; there are literally hundreds
of natural pain killers waiting for you in the abundance of
Eliminate candida infection with nutritional supplements
(NaturalHealth365) Over one billion people, or one in every
seven people on the planet, experience a candida infection per
year. This staggering number is growing, and chances are that
you’re going to have a fungal infection at some point in your
Kidney stones - natural remedies, prevention, and what really
(NaturalNews) More than 12% of men and about 7% of women will
have to deal with kidney stones at some point in their lives.
Once you have suffered through them, statistics say you're more
likely to have them again.
After Reading This You Will Never Throw Away Your Used Tea Bags
Natural Blaze - Most of us know the healing properties of tea,
but not many know that previously used tea bags can be useful in
many different ways.
Is Chewing Gum Bad for Your Health? 4 Reasons to Eschew the Chew
Natural Society - Here are four things you should know about
chewing gum before you buy that next pack.
2.7 Million Choices for Your Next Pet
Dr. Becker - Adopting a shelter pet saves a life. With so many
choices, you're sure to find one that's just right for your
family and lifestyle... one who will return your kindness and
Fancy a burger designed to taste like human flesh?
The Telegraph - A pop-up venture in London is offering diners
the chance to try a “human flesh” burger. Before you fall off
your chair in horror, don’t panic – the burger isn’t actually
made of human flesh, but is simply meant to taste like it.
VIDEO: Most Aggressively
Typography from Ronnie Bruce - In case you hadn’t noticed, it has
somehow become uncool to sound like you know what you’re talking about?
Or believe strongly in what you’re saying?...
September 26, 2014 - Today in History:
1777 - Philadelphia was occupied by British troops during the American
1789 - Thomas Jefferson was appointed America's first Secretary of
State. John Jay was appointed the first chief justice of the U.S. Samuel
Osgood was appointed the first Postmaster-General. Edmund Jennings
Randolph was appointed the first Attorney General.
1914 - The U.S. Federal Trade Commission was established.
1918 - During World War I, the Meuse-Argonne offensive against the
Germans began. It was the final Allied offensive on the western front.
1950 - U.N. troops recaptured the South Korean capital of Seoul from the
North Koreans during the Korean Conflict.
1955 - The NY Stock Exchange suffered its worst decline since 1929 when
the word was released concerning U.S. President Eisenhower's heart
1960 - The first televised debate between presidential candidates
Richard M. Nixon and John F. Kennedy took place in Chicago, IL.
1984 - Britain and China initialed a draft agreement on the future of
Hong Kong when the Chinese take over ruling the British Colony.
1990 - The Motion Picture Association of America announced that it had
created a new rating. The new NC17 rating was to keep moviegoers under
the age of 17 from seeing certain films.
1991 - The U.S. Congress heard a plea from Kimberly Bergalis concerning
mandatory AIDS testing for health care workers.
1993 - The eight people who had stayed in "Biosphere II" emerged from
their sealed off environment.
1996 - Shannon Lucid returned to Earth after being in space for 188
days. She set a time record for a U.S. astronaut in space and in the
world for time spent by a woman in space.
2001 - In Kabul, Afghanistan, the abandoned U.S. Embassy was stormed by
protesters. It was the largest anti-American protest since the terror
attacks on New York City and Washington, DC, on September 11.
2001 - Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat and Israeli Foreign Minister
Shimon Peres announced plans to formalize a cease-fire and end a year of
fighting in the region.
2005 - Army Pfc. Lynndie England was convicted by a military jury on six
counts stemming from the Abu Ghraib prison abuse scandal.
2005 - International weapons inspectors announced the Irish Republican
Army's full disarmament.
Russia’s Duma Ratifies Eurasian Economic Union Treaty
RIA Novosti - The lower chamber of the Russian parliament, the State
Duma, has ratified the treaty on
Eurasian Economic Union, signed by the presidents of Russia, Belarus
and Kazakhstan in May.
Russia Asset Freeze Threat Sends European, US Stocks Reeling
Zero Hedge - Germany's DAX is tumbling this morning (and back in the red
for 2014) as
The Moscow Times reports Russian courts could get the green light to
seize foreign assets on Russian territory under a draft law intended as
a response to Western sanctions over the Ukraine crisis.
Australia Unleashes Draconian New Anti-Terror Law In Orwellian Orgy Of
Zero Hedge - “fear-manufacturing” has been in overdrive across the Five
Eyes nations over the past several weeks, but nowhere is fear being used
in a more clownish and absurd manner to strip the local citizenry of its
civil liberties than in Australia.
Argentina uses drones to root out wealthy tax evaders
The Telegraph - Drones deployed by tax inspectors near Buenos Aires
found 200 mansions and 100 swimming pools that hadn't been declared
Fukushima, Japan Rocked By Two Earthquakes in One Hour; Epicenter Near
weather.com - The Japan Meteorological Agency says the first earthquake
struck at 9:45 p.m. JST (8:45 a.m. EDT in the U.S.) and registered a
magnitude of 5.0. The second quake, a slightly stronger magnitude-5.2
tremor, struck 46 minutes later.
Ebola may never be conquered, warn experts; infections could plague
(NaturalNews) Not enough is being done to curb the spread of Ebola in
West Africa, and the result could be a never-ending circulation of the
disease, says a panel of experts from the World Health Organization
14 militants, at least 5 civilians killed in latest US-led strikes on
ISIS in Syria - monitor
RT - At least 14 Islamic State militants and five civilians have been
killed in airstrikes carried out by the US-led forces overnight in
northeast Syria, according to a monitoring group.
Perfect Timing: NATO-Backed Terror Group Kills French Tourist
Tony Cartlaucci - Terrorists aligned to Al Qaeda have allegedly beheaded
a French tourist kidnapped in the North African nation of Algeria. The
BBC in their article, “French hostage Herve Gourdel beheaded in
Algeria,” would report that (emphasis added): The beheading, the
spokesman says, is to “avenge the victims in Algeria… and support the
caliphate” proclaimed by IS in Iraq and Syria.
Iraqi PM unveils ‘ISIS plots’ to attack Paris and American subways, US
says no clear evidence
RT - Islamic State militants plan to launch terrorist attacks in US and
Paris subways, said Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, citing
"credible" sources. US officials dismissed the Iraqi claim, stating they
have no evidence of terror plots.
FBI Director: We have identified man in ISIS beheading videos
RT - The FBI believes it has identified the masked Islamic State
militant responsible for beheading Westerners in ISIS videos, but law
enforcement will not reveal the identity of the man known only as
“Jihadi John,” agency director James Comey told reporters.
With 50 Tonnes Of Gold Smuggled In 10 Days, India's Physical Gold
Premiums Set To Double
Zero Hedge - The Hindustan Times reports a massive surge in gold
smuggling in the last 10 days as heavy demand for gold during Dussehra
(for which booking and supply starts today when Navratri begins) has
dragged 50 tonnes of gold across the borders to avoid the government's
Liberia’s Largest Newspaper Accuses US of Manufacturing Ebola Virus
The Gateway Pundit - The Liberian Daily Observer, which is the largest
newspaper in Liberia, just published an article on their front page with
the headline, “Ebola, AIDS Manufactured By Western Pharmaceuticals, US
DoD?” The article accuses the US of manufacturing the Ebola outbreak in
a scheme to use Africa as a testing ground for bioweapons.
'I have never seen this number of bodies before': Life at an Ebola
clinic in Liberia
The Telegraph - The clinic, one of three now operating in Monrovia, has
seen 350 deaths in the last month alone. Since all infected bodies have
to be burned, the casualties have exceeded the ability of Monrovia's
local crematorium to cope. MSF has had to import an incinerator from
Europe - normally used for livestock - to assist.
U.S. News, Politics & Government
Pentagon denies civilian deaths in Syria bombing – so far
RT - Citing its battle damage assessment “up until now,” the
Pentagon has denied any civilian casualties as a result of
airstrikes in Syria, saying that reports remain unconfirmed and
videos posted on social media showing civilians underneath
rubble are fake.
Pentagon: US averaging 5 strikes per day on ISIS
The Hill - The U.S. military is carrying out an average of five
strikes a day against the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS)
since the campaign began in August, according to the Pentagon.
FBI, Pentagon unsure how close Khorasan group was to US strike
The Hill - The FBI and the Pentagon said on Thursday that they
did not know exactly how close the Khorasan group, an al Qaeda
offshoot the U.S. bombed in Syria, was to an attack on the U.S.
The Obama administration had previously described the threat as
Ferguson Erupts … Again: Protester Threatens Cops ‘None Of You
Truth Revolt - On Thursday evening protests in Ferguson turned
ugly once again as tensions flared between protesters, police,
and local business owners.
US Ebola Patient Released; Says He Feels Great
ABC News - Rick Sacra, 51, was released from the Nebraska
Medical Center Thursday after the federal Centers for Disease
Control and Prevention cleared him. He returned home to Holden,
Massachusetts Thursday evening.
WebMD Receives Nearly $14M to Promote Obamacare
freebeacon.com - WebMD has received nearly $14 million to
promote Obamacare, as part of a government initiative designed
to get Americans to turn to “official information” on the health
Federal government forces schools to accept illegal immigrants
with no medical records or screening
(NaturalNews) For more than a year now, "unaccompanied" minor
children from the Central American nations of El Salvador,
Guatemala and Honduras have been streaming across our southern
border and into our immigration courts in pursuit of permanent
residency status as (sort of) promised by our own government.
Judicial Watch: Holder Went Down as We Forced DOJ's Hand on Fast
and Furious in Court
Breitbart - Judicial Watch president Tom Fitton said in a
statement on Thursday that Attorney General Eric Holder is
resigning as his group is close to nailing the Department of
Justice on Operation Fast and Furious.
Obama Enacts Executive Action to Allow Some DREAMers to Serve in
Breitbart - On the day Attorney General Eric Holder announced
his resignation, President Barack Obama enacted an executive
action on Thursday to allow certain DREAMers to serve in the
military and be put on an expedited path to citizenship.
Republican Congressmembers Urge Military Officers to Rebel
Paul Joseph Watson - Republican members of Congress are urging
military officers to rebel against the Obama administration’s
middle eastern foreign policy by resigning “in a blaze of
glory,” according to U.S. Rep. Doug Lamborn of Colorado.
US to pay largest Native American nation $554 mn in landmark
RT - The Obama administration will pay the Navajo Nation a
record $554 million to settle claims by the most populous Native
American tribe that funds and natural resources on its
reservation were mismanaged by the US government for decades.
Connecticut Bureaucrats Cite Newtown Shooting to Demand Tighter
Control on Homeschoolers
Breitbart - Under the Connecticut Children’s Behavioral Health
Plan draft proposal, homeschooled children with behavioral and
emotional disabilities would be required to have individualized
education plans approved by the special education director of
the local public school district.
NJ Town Proposes Law That Would Grant Law Enforcement The Right
To Warrantlessly Search Houses To Find Underage Drinkers
Techdirt - A New Jersey town is looking to give its police
officers yet another way to bypass warrant requirements for
searches of homes: underage drinking. Members of the public
aren't happy with it, and the city council doesn't want to talk
about it, even though the latter have stated they're "on board"
Woman arrested for possessing spoon covered with dried
Police State USA - An innocent woman had several months of her
life destroyed when she was arrested and charged with a felony
because of a spaghetti-encrusted spoon found in her possession.
Obamacare Website Costs Top $2 Billion, Almost Triple Government
Zero Hedge - Obamacare enrollment system has cost about $2.1
billion so far, according to a Bloomberg Government analysis of
contracts related to the project. BGOV’s analysis shows that
costs for both healthcare.gov and the broader reform effort are
far greater than anything publicly discussed. However, that
pales into insignificance when considering health reform has
cost American taxpayers $73 billion in the last four years...
Fracked Up: Don't Believe In Miracles
Zero Hedge - Fracking extraction of oil is extremely expensive.
If oil prices were to fall to $80 per barrel, there would be no
profits for frackers. They would stop drilling wells. So don’t
plan on ever paying less than $3 per gallon for gasoline ever
Facebook to start testing internet beaming drones in 2015
Blacklistwed News - Speaking at the Social Good Summit in New
York on Monday, engineering director at Facebook Connectivity
Lab, Yael Maguire, has further detailed the company’s vision of
internet-carrying drones, with plans to begin testing in 2015.
Using Facebook could add you to the government's 'enemies of the
state' list; use Diaspora instead
(NaturalNews) Social media giant Facebook may be the largest,
wealthiest website on the face of the planet, but that doesn't
mean it's a place where you should be. TThat is increasingly the
case as the site becomes more intrusive on your privacy, more
cold-hearted in its policies and harder on your wallet.
School: “Foreign Connection” Led To NSA ‘Tip Off’, Mass Spying
Steve Watson - Schools in Huntsville, Alabama have admitted to
spying on students by monitoring their social media accounts for
the last 18 months, claiming that the NSA called and warned
officials of a potential “violent threat”.
Worse than Heartbleed: ‘Shellshock’ Bash bug threatens millions
of computer systems worldwide
RT - A vulnerability has been discovered within the widely used
Bash software included on Linux and Mac operating systems,
raising concerns about an exploit that some experts say stands
to be more damaging than the Heartbleed bug identified earlier
Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
EPA knew pesticides were killing honeybees in the 1970s but
punished those who spoke out
(NaturalNews) For decades, top officials at the Environmental
Protection Agency (PEA) were aware that a compound approved for
agricultural use in the United States was wiping out the
honeybee population, but they chose to ignore the compound's
effects effects in deference to pressure from agri-giant
‘Organic Ready’ Corn to Replace Monsanto’s GMO Corn,
Natural Society - In direct opposition to GM crops, some
individuals are working on corn varieties that have the ability
to block cross-pollination between organics and GMOs.
Alzheimer's drug maker trying to force patients to switch to maintain
their drug monopoly, antitrust suit claims
(NaturalNews) Drug companies are always coming up with new ways to keep
people taking their product. By bribing hospitals and doctors, drug
company executives can push their rubberstamped snake oil into the
medical system, where's its suddenly considered medicine.
Healthy 12-year-old girl dies shortly after receiving HPV vaccine
(NaturalNews) Another young girl has died from Gardasil, the infamous
HPV vaccine manufactured by Merck & Co., and the medical establishment
claims that it was a fluke.
Science Shows Herbs Can Significantly Enhance Bioavailability of
Green Med Info - Here are a few common herbs have been shown to boost
the bioavailability of various types of nutrients, such as vitamins,
minerals, amino acids, anti-oxidants and phytonutrients...
Doctors Against Vaccines: The Other Side of the Story is Not Being Told
Health Impact News - The pro-Pharma mainstream media would like everyone
to believe that doctors and “scientists” all agree that vaccines are
safe and effective, and that dissenters are uneducated or uninformed
parents. Not true.
Women who go up a skirt size 'raise breast cancer risks'
The Telegraph - The research, published in BMJ Open, found that women
who went up a size for each decade between their twenties and sixties
increased their risk of developing breast cancer after the menopause by
33 per cent. Those who went up by two sizes in the same period saw an
increased risk of 77 per cent, according to the University College
London study of more than 90,000 women.
Simple & Efficient Colon Cleanse Remedy Made With Only 2 Ingredients
Natural Blaze - Ingesting 1-3 tablespoons of flaxseed flour per day, for
three weeks, can work miracles! It will completely clean out all the
mucus, fecal deposits, and parasites while fully maintaining the
Baking Soda & Coconut Oil Cleanser for Problem Skin
Health Impact News - These two products work together very well in
treating acne, redness, scarring and removing excess dirt, oil and
exfoliating dead skin off. Mixing two very different products together
like coconut oil and baking soda to target every key goal needed in a
cleanser for sensitive skin can produce some amazing results.
September 25, 2014 - Today in History:
1775 - Ethan Allen was captured by the British during the American
Revolutionary War. He was leading the attack on Montreal.
1789 - The first U.S. Congress adopted 12 amendments to the
Constitution. Ten of the amendments became the Bill of Rights.
1847 - During the Mexican-American War, U.S. forces led by General
Zachary Taylor captured Monterrey Mexico.
1890 - The Sequoia National Park was established as a U.S. National Park
in Central California.
1957 - 300 U.S. Army troops stood guard as nine black students were
escorted to class at Central High School in Little Rock, AR. The
children had been forced to withdraw 2 days earlier because of unruly
1981 - Sandra Day O'Connor became the first female justice of the U.S.
Supreme Court when she was sworn in as the 102nd justice. She had been
nominated the previous July by U.S. President Ronald Reagan.
1983 - A Soviet military officer, Stanislav Petrov, averted a potential
worldwide nuclear war. He declared a false alarm after a U.S. attack was
detected by a Soviet early warning system. It was later discovered the
alarms had been set off when the satellite warning system mistakenly
interpreted sunlight reflections off clouds as the presence of enemy
1990 - The U.N. Security Council voted to impose an air embargo against
Iraq. Cuba was the only dissenting vote.
1995 - Ross Perot announced that he would form the Independence Party.
2002 - U.S. forces landed in Ivory Coast to aid in the rescue foreigners
trapped in a school by fighting between government troops and rebel
troops. Rebels had attempted to take over the government on September
2011 - Two American hikers held for more than two years in an Iranian
prison, returned to the United States.
2012 - China launched its first aircraft carrier into service.
Obama: ISIS must be destroyed, there will be no negotiations
RT - President Barack Obama presented a four-pronged approach to
battling violent extremism from the likes of the Islamic State on
Wednesday and pleaded with the international community for assistance
during an address at the United Nations.
Report: U.S. Air Strike in Syria Kills Six Children, Zero ISIS Members
Paul Joseph Watson - Residents of a village in northwestern Syria are in
shock after U.S. air strikes demolished two neighborhoods, despite there
being no ISIS militants in the area, killing 27 people including six
The Real Reasons For U.S. Airstrikes In Syria - Breaking The Assad
Brandon Turbeville - With even the basic facts surrounding the Syrian
crisis forced into obscurity by mass ignorance of their existence, the
facts surrounding the recent US bombing of Syria have also given way to
more questions. For that reason, a number of points must be made
regarding the recent events and those that will unfold in the future
13,000 US troops to be deployed to Iraq: Officials
Press TV - The vice president of the local council of Iraq’s Saladin
Province made the announcement on Thursday, adding that the troops,
along with their vehicles, would be stationed at the Speicher airfield
in the city of Tikrit, located 140 kilometers (87 miles) northwest of
the capital, Baghdad.
Warplane attacks Libya's Benghazi port after threats by ex-general
(Reuters) - A war plane attacked a port in Benghazi on Wednesday in a
strike claimed by forces loyal to former general Khalifa Haftar,
bringing their battle against Islamists to the heart of the eastern
Vietnam, US Prepares to Ease Arms Embargo
StratRisks - Senior U.S. officials with knowledge of the initiative said
Washington wants to support Vietnam by strengthening its ability to
monitor and defend its coastline, and said unarmed P-3 surveillance
planes could be one of the first sales. Such aircraft would also allow
Vietnam to keep track of China’s increasingly assertive activities in
the South China Sea...
Spanish village for sale – for the price of an apartment (VIDEO)
RT - Whole villages are up for sale in Spain, as developers,
municipalities and banks want to offload them due to the country’s
‘Alternative Nobel’ human rights award goes to Snowden
RT - US whistleblower Edward Snowden was among five winners of the
Swedish human rights award, announced in Stockholm on Wednesday.
‘What’s your anti-disaster plan?’ Thousands protest Japanese nuclear
RT - Thousands of people protested in Tokyo on Tuesday, criticizing the
government's move to restart two of Japan’s nuclear reactors by arguing
that no sufficient anti-disaster plans have been presented three years
after the Fukushima catastrophe.
Scientists: Russia's Fukushima Fallout Expedition to Help Develop Safer
RIA Novosti - Data collected by the Russian expedition which left
Vladivostok for the Sea of Japan on Thursday to study the impact of the
Fukushima nuclear disaster, will be used for ensuring the safe
development of nuclear energy, Stanislav Shabelev, the head of the
laboratory for radio-ecological safety at the Obninsk Institute for
Nuclear Power Engineering, told
Expert: Japan’s Decision to Impose More Sanctions Against Russia Poorly
RIA Novosti - Japan's decision to impose additional sanctions against
Russia is poorly timed and was most likely driven by geopolitical
considerations, Richard Wellings, Deputy Editorial Director at the
Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA), told RIA Novosti Thursday.
Russia tops ISIS threat, Ebola worst of all? Lavrov puzzled with Obama’s
RT - Following the US President’s speech at the UN, Russian FM Sergey
Lavrov was puzzled with Barack Obama’s ranking of international threats:
deadly Ebola virus top, followed by so-called Russian aggression and
ISIS in Syria and Iraq only third?
Oil installations in Syria hit by anti-ISIS coalition
RT - The United States and its partners launched a new round of strikes
against Islamic State militants in Syria on Wednesday, only hours after
President Barack Obama called on the world to help end the extremist
group’s reign of terror in the Middle East.
‘Moderate’ US Armed Syrian Rebels Slam Obama’s Airstrikes On Extremists
Steve Watson - The so called ‘moderate’ rebels in Syria who have
received arms and training from the US, have condemned the US led
airstrikes on ISIS extremists, underscoring the fact that their fight is
against the Syrian government, not the terrorists the Obama
administration claims it is funding them to fight.
Concealed By U.S. Airstrikes Israel Opens Nusra Path To Lebanon
Blacklisted News - The U.S. did not attack IS positions around the
northern Syrian city Kobane where the IS is fighting against Kurdish
militia in an attempt to open up a new logistic path for the IS to
Turkey. Agreeing to this new logistic path was probably part of the
price Turkey paid for recently getting its diplomats freed from IS
Israel gives military 10% spending boost, covers Gaza campaign costs
RT - On the eve of the Jewish New Year, the Israeli PM and Finance
Minister have showered the Defense Ministry with gifts, agreeing to
boost the military budget by 10 percent in 2015 and cover the one-time
costs of the latest Gaza bombing campaign.
Russia calls for intl probe into Ukraine burials with signs of execution
RT - Russia is calling for an international investigation into the
discovery of burial sites with signs of execution at locations where the
Ukraine National Guard forces were stationed two days earlier.
Zombie Apocalypse? Ebola Patients Reportedly Rise from the Dead
Adan Salazar - A report from The New Dawn Liberia purports that not one,
but two Ebola patients from Nimba County who had died from the disease
mysteriously came back to life to residents’ disbelief right before
Canada Warns Its Citizens Not To Take Cash To The USA
Zero Hedge - The Canadian government has had to warn its citizens not to
carry cash to the USA because the USA does not presume innocence but
guilt when it comes to money. Over $2.5 billion has been confiscated
from Canadians traveling to the USA, funding the police who grab it.
U.S. News, Politics & Government
VIDEO: FBI, DHS warn law enforcement to "be vigilant" after U.S.
strikes in Syria
CBS News - The FBI and Department of Homeland Security issued a
bulletin after the airstrikes were launched against extremists
in Syria, telling law enforcement to "be vigilant." Officials
have said there is no credible specific threat at the moment.
Obama Brings Up Ferguson at U.N.
Weekly Standard - Daniel Halper "I realize that America’s
critics will be quick to point out that at times we too have
failed to live up to our ideals; that America has plenty of
problems within our own borders. This is true,"...
The Rand Corporation & DHS's national police recruitment program
MassPrivateI - The RAND Center on Quality Policing, is a
web-based resource that serves as a "one-stop-shop" for
information about recruitment and retention specifically
designed for the law enforcement community. Its purpose is to
promote evidence-based personnel planning by making information
on police staffing readily available for police decisionmakers
in an easy to use, searchable form.
VIDEO: Cop Asks Man For License, Shoots Him When He Goes to Get
WLTX - In the video, Jones can be seen getting out of his car
when Groubert pulled up and asked for his license. Jones reached
in his car for his license and Groubert immediately shot at
Jones several times.
United Nations to Propose Global Lead Ammo Ban
Kit Daniels - A United Nations agency is proposing a ban on lead
ammunition worldwide, which would serve as backdoor gun control
by making ammo prohibitively expensive.
Why Is Kansas Preparing for the Zombie Apocalypse?
National Journal - Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback wants his state to
be ready when zombies arrive. And to make sure Kansas takes the
zombie apocalypse seriously, Brownback plans to officially
declare October "Zombie Preparedness Month" during a ceremonial
event Friday at the Kansas Statehouse.
FBI Says No One Killed at Sandy Hook
Adan Salazar - Recently released FBI crime statistics curiously
show that no murders occurred in Newtown, Connecticut, in 2012,
despite reports that numerous schoolchildren and faculty members
were slaughtered during a shooting rampage in December of that
Seattle OKs $1 fine for adding too much food to garbage bins
Seattle Times - The Seattle City Council passed a new ordinance
Monday that could mean $1 fines for people who toss too many
table scraps into the trash.... Under the new rules, collectors
can take a cursory look each time they dump trash into a garbage
Forest Service says media needs photography permit in wilderness
areas, alarming First Amendment advocates
oregonlive.com - Under rules being finalized in November, a
reporter who met a biologist, wildlife advocate or whistleblower
alleging neglect in any of the nation's 100 million acres of
wilderness would first need special approval to shoot photos or
videos even on an iPhone.
Public School Superintendent Demands Homeschool Family Follow
Government’s Common Core Curriculum
Off the Grid News - A homeschooling family in New Jersey was
illegally ordered to use the Common Core curriculum and have the
local superintendent of schools approve what they taught,
according to the Home School Legal Defense Association.
Badcop: NYPD officer caught on camera violently tackling
pregnant woman onto her stomach
Blacklisted News - The five-months pregnant woman, Sandra
Amezquita, was trying to intervene in the arrest of her
17-year-old son early Saturday morning in Brooklyn, police said.
Residents told WABC that Amezquita is nearly six months along.
OK trooper tells local news: Best way not to get raped by cops
is to ‘follow the law’
Raw Story - An Oklahoma Highway Patrol official reportedly told
women that the best way not to get raped by an officer was to
“follow the law.” In recent months, an Oklahoma Highway Patrol
officer and an Oklahoma City Police officer have been accused of
repeatedly raping women, often during traffic stop.
Video Finally Released of Cops Shooting Man With a Toy Gun in
The Daily Sheeple - Special Prosecutor Mark Piepmeier released
the long awaited surveillance video of John Crawford being
gunned down, while holding a BB gun, in a Beavercreek, Ohio
Miss a Payment? Good Luck Moving That Car
NY Times - The thermometer showed a 103.5-degree fever, and her
10-year-old’s asthma was flaring up. Mary Bolender, who lives in
Las Vegas, needed to get her daughter to an emergency room, but
her 2005 Chrysler van would not start. The cause was not a
mechanical problem — it was her lender.
5 U.S. Banks Each Have More Than 40 Trillion Dollars In Exposure
Economic Collapse - When is the U.S. banking system going to
crash? I can sum it up in three words. Watch the derivatives. It
used to be only four, but now there are five "too big to fail"
banks in the United States that each have more than 40 trillion
dollars in exposure to derivatives.
Report: Treasury OKs Big Pay Raises for GM
ABC News - The U.S. Treasury Department continued to approve
"excessive" pay raises for top executives at General Motors and
its former consumer finance arm, both of which received
taxpayer-funded bailouts during the financial crisis, a new
government report says.
Some Of The Dumbest Taxes Throughout History
Zero Hedge - Death and taxes... but mostly taxes.
Surveillance cameras will soon be reading our lips
MassPrivateI - A Jordanian scientist has created an automated
lip-reading system that can decipher speech with an average
success rate of 76 per cent. The findings, in conjunction with
recent advances in the fields of computer vision, pattern
recognition, and signal processing, suggest that computers will
soon be able to read lips accurately enough to raise questions
about privacy and security.
FBI forces police departments across the US to keep quiet about
cellphone spying gear
RT - Not only are local police departments across the United
States increasingly relying on so-called StingRay devices to
conduct surveillance on cell phone users, but cops are being
forced to keep quiet about the operations, new documents reveal.
PR Firm Pulls ‘Emma Watson Naked Pics’ False Flag to Push For
Paul Joseph Watson - A PR firm has admitted to carrying out an
online false flag against the 4chan forum in which it blamed the
website for a threat to release naked pictures of actress Emma
Watson as part of an appeal to President Barack Obama to censor
FBI Plans Rapid DNA Dragnets
Nextgov - The FBI is preparing to accelerate the collection of
DNA profiles for the government's massive new biometric
identification database. Developers of portable DNA analysis
machines have been invited to a Nov. 13 presentation to learn
about the bureau's vision for incorporating their technology
into the FBI's new database.
Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
World's almond supply approaching collapse due to California
(NaturalNews) Almond farmers in California's Central Valley,
where about 80 percent of the world's supply of almonds is
grown, are desperate for water. As most of the state hobbles
through one of its worst droughts in history, growers are
reportedly siphoning off water wherever they can get it, robbing
taxpayers and the general public of a shared and increasingly
scarce resource that could take many years to replenish.
13 Steps to Prepare for Civil Unrest
Activist Post - It has been over two years since I wrote about
the “ Perfect Storm of Civil Unrest ”. Looking back, it would be
easy to think that perhaps the article was a bit reactionary
given current events at the time. On the other hand, not a whole
lot has changed since then.
threatens three companies with criminal charges for making Ebola
treatment claims (but won't test natural substances against Ebola)
NaturalNews.com - the FDA issued warning letters to three companies over
what they call fraudulent health claims regarding Ebola treatments.
The warning letters,
viewable here, single out the Natural Solutions Foundation and two
essential oil companies "Young Living" and "doTerra" whose distributors,
the FDA says, were making claims that their oils could treat or prevent
totally unprepared to deal with social chaos that's sure to follow
domestic Ebola outbreak
NaturalNews.com - If Ebola does come to America, the widespread lack of
basic preparedness will of course result in widespread panic and
desperation. In a nation where most households barely have enough food
to cover nine meals, today's "polite" society is just three days away
from outright panic.
That's the topic of Episode Eight of the popular free online course
Pandemic Preparedness available now at
- Go there now to download the MP3 files and listen to lifesaving
information that can help keep you alive.
US hospitals are unprepared to handle Ebola-contaminated waste
(NaturalNews) If Ebola ever makes it to the U.S. unannounced, very few
hospitals, if any, have the right tools in place to properly handle it.
This isn't necessarily because they don't have enough beds or protective
equipment, but rather because they don't have enough beds or protective
equipment, but rather because they don't have a suitable or legal way to
properly dispose of the resultant medical waste.
Acid reflux - Three classic home remedies
(NaturalNews) Acid reflux is a common medical condition in which
digestive acids rise from the stomach into the esophagus. This causes
the esophagus (the passage between the pharynx and the stomach) to
become irritated, resulting in a burning sensation which, in the most
acute cases, can last for up to 48 hours.
Vitamin E, critical for brain health, is lacking in 90% of adults - find
out how to add more to your diet!
(NaturalNews) The complexity of the human body is vast, consisting of
trillions of cells working simultaneously to ensure that we take our
next breath. While the processes are complex, the method by which they
perform is quite simple.
How Artificial Sweeteners Induce Diabetes- and Obesity-Related Changes
Green Med Info - A groundbreaking new study published in the prestigious
journal Nature has revealed how non-caloric artificial sweeteners (NAS)
drive obesity- and diabetes-related changes in both mice and humans.
4 Ways to Keep From Losing Your Eyesight (Cataracts)
Green Med Info - The gradual clouding of the lens inside of the eye
which leads to a decrease in vision – even blindness – is called a
cataract. It is believed to be an inevitable part of aging, but it has
clearly modifiable risk factors and natural interventions that can be
used to slow and even reverse its progression, such as...
5 Ways to Eat More Choline: A Vital Nutrient for Nervous System, Liver
Health, & Cancer Prevention
Natural Society - An essential water-soluble nutrient, choline is a
compound needed for the most quintessential functions of the body –
especially for the liver and nervous system to function properly.
September 24, 2014 - Today in History:
1789 - The U.S. Congress passed the First Judiciary Act. The act
provided for an Attorney General and a lower federal courts.
1869 - Thousands of businessmen were financially ruined after a panic on
Wall Street. The panic was caused by an attempt to corner the gold
market by Jay Gould and James Fisk.
1934 - Babe Ruth played his last game as a New York Yankee player.
1955 - U.S. President Dwight Eisenhower suffered a heart attack while on
vacation in Denver, CO.
1957 - The Brooklyn Dodgers played their last game at Ebbets Field.
1957 - U.S. President Eisenhower sent federal troops to Little Rock, AR,
to enforce school integration.
1960 - The first nuclear powered aircraft carrier was launched. The USS
Enterprise set out from Newport News, VA.
1961 - "The Bullwinkle Show" premiered in prime time on NBC-TV. The show
was originally on ABC in the afternoon as "Rocky and His Friends."
1963 - The U.S. Senate ratified a treaty that limited nuclear testing.
The treaty was between the U.S., Britain, and the Soviet Union.
1977 - "The Love Boat" debuted on ABC-TV. The theme song was sung by
Jack Jones and was written by Paul Williams and Charles Fox.
1995 - Three decades of Israeli occupation of West Bank cities ended
with the signing of a pact by Israel and the PLO.
1996 - The United States, represented by President Clinton, and the
world's other major nuclear powers signed a Comprehensive Test Ban
Treaty to end all testing and development of nuclear weapons.
1998 - The U.S. Federal Reserve released into circulation $2 billion in
new harder-to-counterfeit $20 bills.
2001 - U.S. President George W. Bush froze the assets of 27 suspected
terrorists and terrorist groups.
2003 - Anthony Hopkins received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
2007 - United Auto Workers walked off the job at GM plants in the first
nationwide strike during auto contract negotiations since 1976. (A
tentative pact ended the walkout two days later.)
New US-led airstrikes hit Syrian territory – monitor
RT - Five air strikes by a US-led coalition have hit Syrian territory
near the Turkish border held by IS (formerly ISIS) militants, according
to the organization that monitors situation in the country.
formed oil trading network in Syria
StratRisks - Islamic fighters led by ISIL have established an oil
trading network within Syria which includes other opposition groups and
the Assad regime, Turkish Anadolu Agency reports today quoting experts
on Syria as saying.
YouTube: Same Director for ISIS beheading videos and a Turkish drama TV
Watch this trailer for a Turkish drama television series, and you will
see the same scene for the ISIS beheadings video, it seems the
intelligence worked with the same director
Report: Governments Building Ebola Detention Camps to Quarantine the
Infected: “Community Care Centers”
Mac Slavo - Many now believe that it is only a matter of time before
cases of Ebola are detected in other parts of the world. And if what’s
happening in Africa is any guide, then we can expect a widespread,
heavily militarized response by officials in the West, especially in the
Sierra Leone: 130 Ebola cases found in lockdown
(AP) - Health teams that went door-to-door in Sierra Leone found 130
confirmed cases of Ebola during a nationwide shutdown to slow the spread
of the disease, an official said Tuesday, as authorities consider
repeating the unprecedented exercise.
Medical martial law in Sierra Leone resulted in food shortages
O, bomber! Obama bombs 7th country in 6 years
RT- American jets hit targets in Syria on Tuesday in the US-led fight
against Islamic State. Although the US has not declared war since 1942,
this is the seventh country that Barack Obama, the holder of the Nobel
Peace Prize, has bombed in as many years.
* Related Video:
FLASHBACK: General Wesley Clark: Wars Were Planned - 7 Countries In 5
Airstrikes alone won’t help US to fight ISIS – Syrian FM to RT Arabic
RT - The US should change its approach “immediately” if it wants to
fight terrorism and particularly ISIS, because airstrikes alone will not
be effective, Syria’s foreign minister told RT Arabic. He also believes
the US wants the Syrian crisis to continue.
Cameron backs US-Arab airstrikes on Syrian ISIS, vows to contribute more
RT - Britain remains undecided as to whether it will join US and Arab
coalition airstrikes against Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS) targets
within Syria. Meanwhile, consensus is growing among UK MPs in support of
Russia tests 100,000 troops in ‘Vostok 2014’, biggest-ever post-Soviet
RT - Russia has staged its biggest post-Soviet military drills in the
Far East, involving 100,000 servicemen and a vast array of materiel.
South Africa, Russia agree to $50-billion nuclear deal
AFP - Russia’s Rosatom State Atomic Energy Corporation said on Monday it
will provide up to eight nuclear reactors to South Africa by 2023, in a
$50-billion strategic partnership between the two countries.
Russia makes fast neutron reactor progress
World Nuclear News - Russia has announced two new milestones in its ‘Proryv’,
or Breakthrough, project to enable a closed nuclear fuel cycle. The
ultimate aim is to eliminate production of radioactive waste from
nuclear power generation.
DF: Suspects in 3 Israeli teens’ kidnapping killed
RT - The Israeli army says it has killed two Palestinians suspected of
kidnapping and murdering three Israeli teenagers in June, an incident
stoking tensions in the region and eventually leading to sustained Gaza
U.S. News, Politics & Government
Rep. Jones on Syria Attack: “Why Do We Have a Constitution?”
Paul Joseph Watson - Following the Obama administration’s
decision to launch air strikes on Syrian territory without a
declaration of war or authorization from Congress, Rep. Walter
Jones (R-NC) questioned why the United States even has a
YouTube: Ron Paul's Texas Straight Talk 9/22/14: Congress Votes
for More War in the Middle East
Ron Paul - [...] Although the Syrian government has also been
fighting ISIS and related extremist groups for three years, the
US refuses to speak to the Syrians and has warned Assad not to
interfere with the coming US attack on sovereign Syrian
Students and Teachers Protest in Colorado After Proposal to
Censor “Civil Disobedience Topics” from AP History
Liberty Blitzkrieg - Dozens of Evergreen High School students
walked out of their morning classes on Monday and carpooled to
the Jefferson County School Administration Building to protest
what they see as the school board’s attempt to censor advanced
Thousands petition White House to consider ‘Cop Block’ a
Police State USA - This week, anti-accountability agents have
created an online White House petition to ask President Obama to
“Officially label and classify any variation of ‘CopBlock.Org’
members as Domestic Terrorists with DHS.”
Pentagon Cites Khorasan Threat as ISIS War Gets Underway
Kurt Nimmo - The unsubstantiated Khorasan threat is perfectly
timed to coincide with the ISIS threat. It will be used as a
multiplier as the United States intensifies its ISIS war.
Khorasan will now feature prominently in the propaganda
narrative as the United States and its partners – Saudi Arabia,
UAE, Bahrain, Jordan, Qatar – further terrorize the people of
Pentagon: Majority of Tomahawk Missiles in Syria Airstrikes
Aimed at Khorasan Group
Breitbart - The Pentagon said today that most of the 40-plus
Tomahawk cruise missiles that the United States launched in its
airstrikes in Syria last night were aimed at members of a fairly
unknown al Qaeda affiliate, the Khorasan Group, who were
plotting "imminent" attacks against the American homeland.
Pentagon: 22 Total Syria Strikes, More than 150 Precision-Guided
Breitbart - On “Fox & Friends” on Tuesday, Pentagon spokesman
U.S. Navy Rear Adm. John Kirby offered a rough assessment of
exactly what U.S. airstrikes the night before on ISIS targets in
Pentagon: F-22s used in combat for first time in Syria
RT - This week’s strike against Islamic State militants in Syria
by the United States marked the first time that the Pentagon has
deployed its F-22 Raptor jets into combat, the Defense
Department acknowledged on Tuesday.
Charlie Rangel Pushes For Draft, War Tax To Battle ISIS
Huffington Post - Rangel called for a military draft and a war
tax in order to make the majority of Americans — and the
lawmakers who represent them — “feel” the consequences of the
ongoing military campaign against Islamic State militants in
Iraq and Syria.
Rick Perry Defends In-State Tuition for Illegals, Despite Tough
Breitbart - At an event today at the University of Texas Austin
campus, Texas Governor Rick Perry reaffirmed his support of
allowing illegal immigrant students to pay in-state tuition at
Texas colleges and universities, while U.S. citizens from other
states continue to pay higher out-of-state tuition rates.
Fearless Illegals Caught Breaking Into Homes In Search of Guns
Adan Salazar - Police in South Texas captured two illegal alien
teens who they say were part of a burglary ring which targeted
ranch homes in secluded areas looking mainly for firearms.
Sandy Hook and Aurora "mass killings" not acknowledged in FBI
USA Today - In Aurora, Sgt. Chris Amsler says his department
provides data to the Colorado Bureau of Investigations monthly.
The FBI database contains information on 18 other homicides in
Aurora in 2012. "We checked our records and found that all data
related to the theater shooting was submitted," he said, adding
that investigators were still trying to figure out why the
incident was later deleted from FBI records.
Sandy Hook: knowingly broadcasting hoax as real violates FCC
Veterans Today - Rules and regulations of the Federal
Communications Commission (FCC) make it a crime to knowingly
broadcast a fictional event as real when it might cause
substantial public harm.
Bomb Squad Called After Student Sets Down Metal Lunchbox
Mikael Thalen - A bomb squad was called to the Berks County High
School in Hamburg, Pennsylvania this week after a student set
down his metal lunchbox. According to reports, faculty members
were alerted to the “suspicious item,” which was briefly set
down outside by the owner, at approximately 8:30 a.m. Monday
PayPal Announces First Partnerships in Bitcoin Space
coindesk.com - PayPal has announced partnerships with three
major payment processors in the bitcoin space – BitPay, Coinbase
and GoCoin. Though the online e-commerce pioneer stopped short
of integrating bitcoin into its digital wallet or payment
processing services directly, the move marks PayPal’s first
formal offering to the bitcoin community.
Finding a Door Into Banking, Walmart Prepares to Offer Checking
NY Times - Daniel Eckert, senior vice president at Walmart, said
on Tuesday that the accounts would be available nationwide by
the end of October. The accounts are intended to be low-cost
alternatives to traditional bank checking accounts, with no fees
for overdrafts or bounced checks and no minimum account balance.
US cracks down on ‘unpatriotic’ corporations’ tax inversion
RT - The American corporations labeled unpatriotic for
exploiting loopholes to avoid US taxes may see the so-called tax
inversion schemes much less lucrative with the new rules
announced by the US Treasury to crack down on the practice.
Rigged Gold Price Distorts Perception of Economic Reality
paulcraigroberts.org - The fact that the price of gold is
determined in a futures market in which paper claims to gold are
traded merely to speculate on price means that the Fed and its
bank agents can suppress the price of gold even though demand
for physical gold is rising.
Veterans with PTSD cope with help of nature, pets and yoga
(NaturalNews) Army veteran Stephen Simmons arrived home from his
last tour in Iraq in 2008, but adjusting to civilian life has
been difficult due to his post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
Can’t make this up: UN chief renames ‘climate change.’ Now it’s
Twitchy - “Global warming” wasn’t good enough because there
wasn’t enough actual warming to the planet to get people
interested in the issue, so they (the collective they of Al Gore
and his disciples) started calling it “climate change.” But
climate change isn’t getting the public excited, either. People
say, to paraphrase, “the climate is always changing!” What to
do. What to do. . .
Obama Announces Executive Actions to Fight Climate Change at UN
Breitbart - President Obama announced a series of executive
actions to fight climate change on Tuesday, during a speech to
the United Nations Climate Summit in New York City.
Executive Order -- Climate-Resilient International Development
Snow day!: September 22
uppermichiganssource.com - A couple of significant snow events
have occurred on this date in parts of Upper Michigan. Probably
the most remarkable event took place in Marquette where 5.1
inches of snow came down on September 21-22, 1974.
MIT Students Battle State Demands For Their Bitcoin Miner's
Wired - Four MIT students behind an award-winning Bitcoin mining
tool will face off against New Jersey state authorities in court
today when they attempt to fight back against a subpoena
demanding their source code.
The UPS Store will 3-D print stuff for you
CNN Money - UPS announced plans Monday to bring in-store
3-D-printing services to nearly 100 stores across the country...
With the UPS system, customers can submit their own designs for
objects like product prototypes, engineering parts and
architectural models that are then printed on a
professional-quality 3-D printer made by Stratasys.
Robots That Learn Through Repetition, Not Programming
technologyreview.com - Eugene Izhikevich thinks you shouldn’t
have to write code in order to teach robots new tricks. “It
should be more like training a dog,” he says. “Instead of
programming, you show it consistent examples of desired
'Digital twins' will make decisions for us - and even console
loved ones after we die by 2020, futurist claims
Daily Mail - According to futurist John Smart, within the next
five years many of us could have so-called ‘digital twins’
(illustrated) that schedule appointments, make decisions and
have conversations with others on our behalf. They could even
console loved ones after we die by mimicking our voice,
emotions, mannerisms and thoughts.
Terminator 2-style liquid metal could create morphing
RT - Remember how blobs of liquid metal morphed into Robert
Patrick’s T-1000, the ultimate killing machine in Terminator 2?
North Carolina scientists say that sci-fi fantasy is now
reality, as a low-voltage current can be used to create morphing
Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
FDA, Flooded with Protests, Revises Food Safety Rules
Alliance for Natural Health - The agency has responded to
comments from ANH-USA activists and other stakeholders. Here’s
what they’re proposing now.
Learn food wildcrafting, survival medicine, Ebola defenses and
more in these upcoming educational events
(Natural News) We've got an incredible lineup of educational
events happening over the next week that you probably won't want
Prediabetes Increases Your Cancer Risk by 15%
Dr. Mercola - A meta-analysis that included data from nearly 900,000
people found that those with prediabetes have a 15 percent higher risk
of cancer, especially cancers of the liver, stomach, pancreas, breast,
Hypertension drugs for low-risk patients raise problems, lower blood
(NaturalNews) In the U.S., an estimated $32 billion per year is being
spent unnecessarily to treat high blood pressure, the most common reason
patients visit their doctor, scientists say.... There are many other
ways to lower your blood pressure naturally. Research shows that weight
gain is directly correlated with increased blood pressure, especially if
you're carrying extra pounds around the waist.
4 serious risks & problems with mammograms
(NaturalNews) Even though mammography is the most widely used screening
method for breast cancer, there are a number of valid arguments for
alternative methods. Research has shown that mammograms are not the
definitive answer to early detection, and in fact, can often cause more
problems than they solve.
Cannabis dissolves cancerous tumor in young infant, deemed a 'miracle
baby' by physician
(NaturalNews) Instead of opting for chemotherapy and radiation in an
attempt to shrink an inoperable brain tumor, the father of an
eight-month-old baby pushed for alternative treatment with cannabis oil.
NOVA’s “Vaccines—Calling the Shots": The Absolute Lie You Can’t Afford
Liberty Beacon - We have all worked so hard to bring the truth to bear …
to stall now in the face of pure propaganda of this magnitude, is not in
our nature. So let us meet the challenge and continue to move forward in
our justified mission of education … if for nothing else but the lives
of our children !!!
You can watch "Vaccines—Calling the Shots" here.
These Common Pharmaceutical Meds Destroy Your Brain
Natural Society - Research found that common pharmaceuticals taken for
things like insomnia, allergies, or incontinence, cause long-term damage
to the brain. Here they are....
A Beginner’s Guide To Essential Oils
Off the Grid News - Essential oils are not simply for pleasant
fragrances. Essential oils used in aromatherapy are excellent
ingredients to make into personal and home cleansers, healing remedies,
Could This Natural Remedy Relieve Your Dog's Itching and Scratching?
Dr. Becker - 48 dogs received this or a placebo in a study... Owners
assessed itchiness and vets scored skin lesion severity, before and
after. The dogs who received the natural remedy improved by 50% or more.
YouTube: Ray Stevens - If You Like Your Plan
Song about Obamacare from Ray Stevens.
September 23, 2014 - Today in History:
1779 - John Paul Jones, commander of the American warship Bon Homme, was
quoted as saying "I have not yet begun to fight!"
1780 - John Andre, a British spy, was captured with papers revealing
that Benedict Arnold was going to surrender West Point, NY, to the
1806 - The Corps of Discovery, the Lewis and Clark expedition, reached
St. Louis, MO, and ended the trip to the Pacific Northwest.
1838 - Victoria Chaflin Woodhull was born. She became the first female
candidate for the U.S. Presidency.
1952 - Richard Nixon gave his "Checkers Speech". At the time he was a
candidate for U.S. vice-president.
1981 - The Reagan administration announced its plans for what became
known as Radio Marti.
1986 - Japanese newspapers quoted Prime Minister Yasuhiro Nakasone as
saying that minorities lowered the "intelligence level" of America.
1990 - Iraq publicly threatened to destroy Middle East oil fields and to
attack Israel if any nation tried to force it from Kuwait.
1991 - U.N. weapons inspectors find documents detailing Iraq's secret
nuclear weapons program in Baghdad and triggered a standoff with
authorities in Iraq.
1993 - The Israeli parliament ratified the Israel-PLO accord.
1999 - The Mars Climate Observer apparently burned up as it was about to
go into orbit around the Red Planet.
8 civilians, incl. 3 kids, killed in US-led strikes on Syria - monitor
RT - Washington carries a series of airstrikes on the city of Raqqa in
the early hours of Tuesday. At least 30 militants died in the strikes,
which were carried out on IS positions in Syria. Washington informed
Damascus about the operation, according to a representative of Syrian
Anti-ISIS coalition bombing terrorist positions in Syria LIVE UPDATES
Jordan Admits Participating in Military Operation Against IS: Reports
RIA Novosti - Jordan took part in a military operation led by the United
States against the extremist group Islamic state (IS) in Syria, Sky News
Arabia channel reported Tuesday, citing Jordanian government
representative Mohammed Mumin.
Obama Administration Is Paying Monthly Salaries to “Thousands” of ISIS
and Al Nusrah Syrian Rebels
Global Research - Officials said the Obama administration has approved
“tens of millions of dollars” to pay the salaries of police officers who
joined the rebels. The US is paying defected Syrian police officers $150
a month to fight with the rebels.
Israel Downs Syrian Military Jet That Allegedly Violated Border
RIA Novosti - Israel's air defense forces have downed a Syrian plane
that violated the country’s airspace, a spokesperson for the Israel
Defense Forces said Tuesday. "The aircraft was intercepted in the air by
the Patriot air and missile defense system," the spokesperson said.
CDC to airlines about Ebola: Treat all body fluids as though they are
RT - The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has increased its
warnings on Ebola to airlines, detailing how to handle passengers who
get sick on board the aircraft. The guidance includes cleaning and
DR Congo Ebola outbreak ‘almost over’
Press TV - The prime minister of the Democratic Republic of the Congo
says the outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus is “almost over.” Augustin
Matata Ponyo made the remarks after the government body coordinating the
response to the virus released new data on Monday. Matata Ponyo said the
“Ebola outbreak in DRC” was “almost over," with "no new case recorded
for nearly 10 days."
New effort to fight Ebola in Liberia would move infected patients out of
Washington Post - Looking for a new approach to blunt the Ebola epidemic
sweeping West Africa, the Liberian government, the World Health
Organization and their nonprofit partners here are launching an
ambitious but controversial program to move infected people out of their
homes and into ad hoc centers that will provide rudimentary care,
officials said Monday.
ISIL releases new message, threatening US and its allies
Press TV - The ISIL terrorist group has released a new, alarming audio
message on the Internet, threatening to take violent action against the
United States and its Western allies.
ISIL kills 300 Iraqi troops with chlorine gas: MPs
Press TV - The lawmakers added that the ISIL militants used the chemical
gas against Iraqi soldiers in Saqlawiya district of the northern town of
Fallujah. It is not yet clear when the deadly incident took place.
First Germany, Now France Folds On Syrian Airstrikes
Zero Hedge - French officials have, according to Reuters, ruled out
participation in airstrikes against Islamic State in Syria. With the
fall of France (and Germany already saying "nein"), it appears the broad
coalition is now a "coalition of none," as Obama has stated the US would
not go it alone...
plans Internet kill-switch in case of war or revolt
StratRisks - When asked about the special meeting a Kremlin spokesman,
Dmitry Peskov, said US and European actions recently “have been marked
by a fair degree of unpredictability, and we have to be ready for
UK Parliament Will Vote To Recognize The State Of Palestine
Falastin News - In an apparent sign of division between back and front
bench MPs in the House of Commons, backbenchers have secured a vote for
the House to recognize the state of Palestine…It will be a debate on a
substantive motion: “That this House calls on the government to
recognise the state of Palestine alongside the state of Israel”.
Over 150,000 Demand Recount After Allegations of Scottish Vote Fraud
Paul Joseph Watson - Over 100,000 people have demanded a recount in the
Scottish independence referendum after videos purporting to show
evidence of vote fraud went viral in the aftermath of last week’s
Ebola death toll rises to over 2800
Press TV - According to the UN health agency, more than 5,700 people
have been infected with the deadly virus in Guinea, Liberia, Sierra
Leone, Nigeria and the Democratic Republic of Congo and 2,811 people
have died from the disease.
U.S. News, Politics & Government
Associated Press Investigates Americans Supporting ISIS -
Forgets John McCain
Brandon Turbeville - In the latest attempt at misdirection by
the mainstream media, the Associated Press has attempted to
investigate and present a focus on Americans who become jihadist
fighters in battlefields across the world such as Syria and Iraq
and, eventually, the United States.
Secret Service may soon be searching bags at checkpoints blocks
away from White House
Police State USA - The U.S. Secret Service is considering
implementing pedestrian checkpoints and bag searches on
sidewalks of the district outside the White House. These
warrantless “screenings” could take place several blocks away
from the White House grounds, law enforcement officials told the
New York Times.
‘Anti-nuclear’ Obama plans to spend $1 trillion on nukes
RT - Despite campaigning on a platform that endorsed having “a
nuclear-free world” in the not so distant future, United States
President Barack Obama is overseeing an administration that’s
aim has taken another path, the New York Times reported this
Secret Service considers a larger (constitution free) buffer
zone around the White House
Washington Post - After an unprecedented security breach Friday
night at the White House, the U.S. Secret Service is weighing a
series of measures that would move tourists and D.C. residents
farther away from the complex to reduce the chances of intruders
piercing its security perimeter and endangering the president.
Fire engulfs residential tower in Siberia ~ Will it fall like
the ONLY steel framed Towers Ever fell on 9/11/01 ???
12160 - Of course not! Steel Framed Buildings NEVER fall from
fire except in NYC on 911 when 3 fell and one was not even hit
by a plane!!
Secret Donors have Spent more than $60 Million on Current
AllGov - Nonprofit groups that aren’t supposed to have politics
as their primary purpose have reportedly put $63 million into
ads and other efforts to influence the outcome of the 2014
midterm races, according to the Center for Responsive Politics
(CRP), which tracks electoral spending.
This Is About As Good As Things Are Going To Get For The Middle
Class – And It’s Not That Good
Economic Collapse - The U.S. Census Bureau has just released
some brand new numbers, and they are quite sobering. For
example, after accounting for inflation median household income
in the United States has declined a total of 8 percent from
where it was back in 2007.
Flood Wall Street ends with mass arrests after day-long protest
RT - Just one day after the world’s largest climate-related
protest, thousands of more rebellious activists risked
detainment to shut down part of New York City’s financial
district to demand action against global warming. More than 100
people were arrested.
The Problem with #FloodWallStreet
Kurt Nimmo - Instead of focusing on the predations of the
financial class, liberal activists are dwelling on widely
debunked climate change, most notably that the marginal warming
of the planet’s atmosphere is the result of carbon emissions
produced by industrial capitalism.Related: Flood Wall Street
takes over NYC's business district (PHOTOS)
United States Leads the Developed World in Share of Low Wage
Liberty Blitzkrieg - In an apparent attempt to explain to
investors how they can take advantage of America’s
transformation into a neo-feudal oligarchy in a 50 page research
report, Morgan Stanley has put together some very interesting
charts that were highlighted earlier today by MarketWatch.
California's ultra-rich pay huge premiums for covert water
(NaturalNews) Water, water everywhere, but not a drop to drink.
This is quickly becoming the new state motto in California,
where epic drought conditions are affecting even the highest
echelons of society...
3D-Printed Military Drone Takes Flight
Activist Post - 3D printing offers a range of potential benefits
and open-source solutions to free humanity from centralized
corporate and police state shackles. Naturally, the good
elements are being fought tooth-and-nail, while the aberrant
forms are brought to us by the military-industrial complex as an
essential security solution.
Home Depot’s former security architect had history of
Ars Technica - Ricky Joe Mitchell was hired by Home Depot in
2012, and in March of 2013, he was promoted to the position of
Senior Architect for IT Security at Home Depot, in charge of the
entire company’s security architecture. In May of 2014, Mitchell
was convicted of sabotaging the network of his former employer.
Google will stop supporting climate change science deniers,
calls them liars
Ars Technica - Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt today said
it was a “mistake” to support the American Legislative Exchange
Council (ALEC), a group that has said human-created climate
change could be “beneficial” and opposes environmental
regulations. Schmidt said groups trying to cast doubt on climate
change science are "just literally lying."
Mainstream Media Experiments With “Virtual Reality” Journalism
Kit Daniels - The largest U.S. newspaper publisher is
experimenting with Facebook’s virtual reality headset to allow
readers to experience a news story in a 3D immersive
environment, but one expert warns the technology could lead to
“virtual propaganda” which misleads viewers.
A Deep Web Service Will Leak Your Documents If the Government
Motherboard - 'Dead Man Zero' [deep web link] claims to offer
potential whistleblowers a bit more peace of mind by providing a
system that will automatically publish and distribute their
secrets should they die, get jailed, or get injured.
eBay XSS password-stealing security hole "existed for months"
Graham Cluley - Last week an alarm was raised about a security
hole on the eBay website which had caused at least one potential
purchaser to be transported to a password-stealing scam instead
of an auction page flogging an iPhone.
Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
Man Dies After Being Doused with Agent Orange Ingredient in
Dr. Mercola - He was immediately struck with nausea and
breathing problems, and his condition rapidly deteriorated until
he died shortly thereafter. The punishment for this criminal
trespass: nothing but a silly slap on the wrist - it's time to
Experimental GMO Drug-Making Crops Grown with Little Oversight
Dr. Mercola - Genetically modified crops, including those that
contain pharmaceuticals, are often grown right next to
traditional crops with little regulatory oversight.
Winter is Coming: Getting Your Vehicle Prepped for Emergencies
The Organic Prepper - According to all predictions, this winter
will be a repeat of last year, or perhaps even worse. Most of
the country can expect extreme cold, an abundance of snow, and a
longer-than-normal winter. It may be only September, but that
first storm of the year can sneak up on you.
Nation’s Worst Cancer Doctor Pleads Guilty to Medicare Fraud
AllGov - The one-time respected oncologist was caught lying to
patients about their health, telling some who did not have
cancer that they did in order to give them unnecessary
chemotherapy treatment just so he could bill Medicare for the
Exposure to triclosan, parabens in pregnant women disrupts male
(NaturalNews) Some of the chemicals in shampoos, toothpastes,
soaps, deodorants and skin creams are so detrimental to your
health that they can even disrupt fetal development in pregnant
Big Pharma invents 'Sluggish Cognitive Tempo' disease to drug
millions more children
(NaturalNews) The drug industry has come up with yet another
phony mental illness that it says afflicts as many as 2 million
children: "Sluggish Cognitive Tempo," or SCT, one of the most
ridiculous counterfeit diseases yet.
New study that claims to debunk the bra-breast cancer link
ironically confirms it
(NaturalNews) The National Cancer Institute hired the Fred
Hutchinson Cancer Research Center to determine whether bras are
linked to breast cancer. A primary purpose of the study was to
prove that bras are not linked to breast cancer, which kills
about 40,000 in the U.S. each year, according to the American
John D. Rockefeller’s American Cancer Society Never Meant to
Natural Society - Did you realize that all conventional methods
of killing cancer have only a 3% overall ‘cure’ rate?
Chemotherapy and radiation not only have low cure rates, but
they also kill healthy cells and often make cancer worse, when
this is completely unnecessary because most cells can be
reverted into healthy, non-damaging cells with the right
Naturopathic Doctor Uses Nutrition To Cure 8-Year Old of Cancer
After Surgery, Chemotherapy and Radiation Failed
preventdisease.com - After surgery, chemotherapy and radiation,
an eight year old was still fighting for her life with
subsequent brain tumors and given weeks to live. Her parents
frantic search for alternatives led them to a naturopathic
doctor who cured her with nutrition.
Forbidden Medicine: Hemp Seeds Treat Tuberculosis
Natural Society - In 1955, the Tuberculosis Nutrition Study (TNS)
in Czechoslovakia declared that hemp seed was the only food that
could cure tuberculosis. After 30 years of research, they
discovered a high protein diet was necessary for successfully
treating TB. The edestin protein found in hemp seed is
considered to be the closest to human globulin, easily digested,
and was considered the very best protein for treating TB.
6 Notoriously Misleading Food Terms Used To Trick Consumers
Natural Blaze - Our modern-day food industry has become quite
the debacle, with chemicals being sprayed all over our fruits
and vegetables, to genetically modifying to processed food. As a
result, the world has seen a large resistance to modern-day food
practices, and the resistance continues to grow for good reason.
Even ‘Natural’ Sodas with ‘Real Sugar’ Being Sold with GMO Sugar
Natural Society - It should come as no surprise that companies
like Coca Cola, Pepsi, and others are putting GMO sugar in
sodas, and then calling them natural. These companies are
involved with the Grocery Manufacturer’s Association (the
political front of biotech and food manufacturers that support
Another Independent Study Confirms Monsanto’s RoundUp Chemicals
are Lethal, Even in Small Doses
Natural Society - Glyphosate, the main ingredient in Monsanto’s
herbicide du jour – RoundUp – is utterly killing us. What’s more
– it kills us in much smaller servings than the Agriculture
industry is dishing out in its common GMO and pesticide spraying
practices, and it is made stronger by the additional chemicals
used in the RoundUp formula.
September 22, 2014 - Today in History:
1789 - The U.S. Congress
authorized the office of Postmaster General.
1862 - President Lincoln issued the preliminary Emancipation
Proclamation. It stated that all slaves held within rebel states would
be free as of Jan. 1, 1863.
1914 - Three British cruisers were sunk by one German submarine in the
North Sea. 1,400 British sailors were killed. This event alerted the
British to the effectiveness of the submarine.
1949 - The Soviet Union exploded its first atomic bomb successfully.
1961 - U.S. President John F. Kennedy signed a congressional act that
established the Peace Corps.
1966 - The U.S. lunar probe Surveyor 2 crashed into the moon.
1980 - A border conflict between Iran and Iraq developed into a
1986 - U.S. President Ronald Reagan addressed the U.N. General Assembly
and voiced a new hope for arms control. He also criticized the Soviet
Union for arresting U.S. journalist Nicholas Daniloff.
1988 - Canada's government apologized for the internment of
Japanese-Canadian's during World War II. They also promised
1990 - Saudi Arabia expelled most of the Yememin and Jordanian envoys in
Riyadh. The Saudi accusations were unspecific.
1992 - The U.N. General Assembly expelled Yugoslavia for its role in the
war between Bosnia and Herzegovina.
1994 - The U.S. upgraded its military control in Haiti.
1998 - The U.S. and Russia signed two agreements. One was to privatize
Russia's nuclear program and the other was to stop plutonium stockpiles
and nuclear scientists from leaving the country.
1998 - U.S. President Clinton addressed the United Nations and told
world leaders to "end all nuclear tests for all time". He then sent the
long-delayed global test-ban treaty to the U.S. Senate.
2005 - John Roberts' nomination as chief justice cleared the Senate
Judiciary Committee on a 13-5 vote.
2008 - The U.S. Mint unveiled the first changes to the penny in 50
years, with Abraham Lincoln's portrait still on the front, but new
designs replacing the Lincoln Memorial on the back.
Retired admiral urges US to keep nukes in Europe for Russia
Press TV - A retired US Navy admiral says the United States should keep
its nuclear weapons in European countries in the wake of Russian
activities in Ukraine.
Russia more likely to attack US than China: Former CIA contractor
Press TV - Kelley made the remarks in an interview with Press TV on
Sunday when asked about a warning given by a top US Navy commander about
a potential attack by Russian and Chinese submarines on the US.
Turkish security troops clash with Kurds, as thousands flee ISIS (VIDEO)
RT - The separatist Turkey-based Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK), which is
classed as a terrorist organization by Istanbul, called for a solidarity
demonstration on Sunday, after 70,000 Kurds crossed from Syria in just
Saudi Arabia sends warplanes to Yemen to counter revolutionaries
Press TV - Saudi Arabia has reportedly deployed warplanes to Yemen in a
bid to confront revolutionary Ansarullah forces, sources say.
Scottish independence stolen: Petition demanding referendum be re-held
reaches 70,000 signatures in one day
sott.net - It may have been the largest turnout in UK history with a
majority vote of 'No', but thousands are demanding a revote because of
"strange occurrences", that have already been dismissed as examples of
More US troops in Ebola-hit Liberia: airport source
AFP - A second deployment of United States troops arrived in Liberia on
Sunday as part of an eventual mission of 3,000 soldiers helping its
beleaguered health services battle the Ebola outbreak.
Liberia warns of total collapse of its government due to Ebola outbreak
(NaturalNews) The death toll from Ebola is surging in West Africa, and
officials in Liberia are warning that the entire country could collapse
from the devastation.
Military Plant In East Ukraine Devastated By Massive Explosion; Kiev
Accuses Russia Of Using Tactical Nuke
Zero Hedge - Last night’s headlines crowed in bright red flashing text
that Russia and Ukraine had (once again) agreed a cease-fire and terms
over the borders between the two nations. Perhaps not surprisingly, mere
hours later, Ukraine is claiming that Russia has broken the truce… with
the use of a tactical nuclear weapon at Luhansk airport.
Moscow sees thousands march for peace in eastern Ukraine
RT - Huge crowds of protesters took to the streets of the Russian
capital to demand peace in Ukraine, in the biggest opposition rally in
half a year.
Russia FinMin Calls For Shift Away From US Treasurys Into BRIC Bonds,
Settlement In Non-Dollar Currencies
Zero Hedge - Speaking on the sidelines of an annual investment forum in
the Black Sea town of Sochi, Mr. Siluanov said the Finance Ministry
wants to diversify its investment basket, and is looking for higher
yields without too much risks. He said the ministry will consider buying
papers issued by Brazil, India, China and South Africa, which along with
Russia are known collectively as the Brics countries.
The PetroYuan Cometh: China Docks Navy Destroyer In Iran's Strait Of
Zero Hedge - AP reports, for the first time in history, China has docked
a Navy Destroyer in the Southern Iranian port of Bandar-Abbas - right
across the Straits of Hormuz from 'US stronghold-for-now' Bahrain and
Police investigating alleged electoral fraud at polling stations in
Glasgow after people find their votes had already been cast
Daily Mail - Police in Glasgow are investigating ten cases of suspected
electoral fraud. Voters turned up at polling stations to find that
people had already voted using their names. Glasgow City Council
confirmed that there had been 10 instances where people had gone to vote
and found their names had already been crossed off the list.
* Related Video:
Smoking Gun Evidence of Vote Being Rigged!
French farmers torch tax office in Brittany protest
BBC - The farmers say they cannot cope with falling prices for their
products. A Russian embargo on some Western goods - imposed over the
Ukraine crisis - has blocked off one of their main export markets. About
100 farmers first launched an overnight attack on an insurance office
outside Morlaix, which they set light to and completely destroyed,
Pharmaceutical Giant Dumps Live Polio Virus into Belgian Water
Mikael Thalen - Employees with pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline (GSK)
dumped more than 45 liters of concentrated live polio into the water at
a Belgian treatment plant earlier this month according to a statement
from health officials.
‘Liable for damage’: Families of Germans killed in MH17 crash to sue
RT - The families of German citizens killed in the Malaysian plane crash
in eastern Ukraine are planning to sue the Ukrainian authorities in the
European Court of Human Rights, accusing them of manslaughter by
U.S. News, Politics & Government
Blackwater-like contractor seeks to legalize private police in
Activist Post - This is probably the scariest development in law
enforcement, ever, and I don't say that lightly. If you thought
no-knock SWAT raids to serve warrants for non-violent crimes was
the epitome of tyranny, wait until you get a load of private
mercenaries conducting special forces-type raids on American
Fear-Mongering Ahead of Another US False Flag?
Activist Post - Fear-mongering is sinister. It's reprehensible.
It's longstanding US policy. So are false flags.
CDC warns universities to prepare for Ebola pandemic
(NaturalNews) Students traveling abroad to Ebola-stricken
countries like Liberia, Guinea, Nigeria or Sierra Leone run the
risk of bringing the virus back to US campuses. The Centers for
Disease Control (CDC) is now urging all US colleges to implement
additional safety measures to prevent accidental spread of
'War on Ebola' called for by government officials mirrors
previous 'wars' on 'poverty,' 'drugs' and 'terror'
(NaturalNews) The U.S., it seems, is always fighting wars --
wars against drugs, wars against poverty, wars against terror,
wars against... fill in the blank. Now, it appears, we have
launched a new war, the war against Ebola.
Obama administration ‘blocking’ information from the press – AP
RT - Uncovering information that should be available to the
public has become increasingly difficult under the presidency of
Barack Obama, an Associated Press bureau chief says. In some
cases, it surpasses the secrecy of the George W. Bush
Wanted: US puts $10 million bounty on killers of journalists
RT - Although the parents of slain journalists James Foley and
Steven Sotloff were warned of possible federal charges if they
paid a ransom to their jihadist captors, the US Senate has
approved a reward for information on the killers.
Up to 40 Americans who fought alongside ISIS have returned home,
RT - Up to 40 radicalized US citizens who have fought alongside
terrorists of the Islamic State (also known as ISIS or ISIL)
have already returned to the United States and could pose a real
terrorist threat, says Rep. Tim Bishop (D-N.Y.).
Shocking Anti-Islam Ad Campaign Coming To New York City Buses
Zero Hedge - ...some 100 New York City buses will soon carry
jarring anti-Islamic posters which feature photos of an ISIS
beheading victim, his alleged executioner, Adolf Hitler, declare
"Yesterday's moderate [Muslim] is today's headline" and proclaim
"It's not Islamophobia, it's Islamorealism" as part of an
College Student Forced to Remove American Flag from Balcony,
‘Could Offend Foreign People’
Breitbart - A San Diego State University sophomore was forced to
remove an American flag from his balcony after apartment
managers said foreigners could find the display offensive.
Federal Appeals Court Ridicules Florida Cops For Using SWAT Team
To Check On Barbershop Licenses
AlterNet - Disney World is not the only fantasyland in Orange
County, Florida, according to the U.S. Court of Appeals 11th
Circuit, which Tuesday issued a remarkable ruling slamming the
sheriff and a state barbershop inspector for imagining they
needed—and then using— a SWAT team in a police raid to see if
haircutting licenses were valid.
Grandma Shot By Police While Reaching For Her Grandchild During
A DEA No-Knock Raid. No Drugs Found
Liberty Crier - Lilian Alonzo, the grandmother shot late last
month during a DEA drug raid at her apartment, was picking up an
infant when a bullet ripped through her arm and entered her
torso, her son told the New Hampshire Union Leader.
Police Have a Much Bigger Domestic Abuse Problem Than the NFL
The Atlantic - Several studies have found that the romantic
partners of police officers suffer domestic abuse at rates
significantly higher than the general population. And while all
partner abuse is unacceptable, it is especially problematic when
domestic abusers are literally the people that battered and
abused women are supposed to call for help.
Presenting The Two-Tier Market: Mapping Europe's Microwave Tower
Zero Hedge - The creator of the map thinks that it "should make
some noise," although considering the vast financial resources
and power over politicians the HFT lobby has, we wouldn't be
surprised if, quite quickly, this latest story is promptly
disappeared. After all, the last thing retail investors need to
be reminder of every day, is that there is a rigged market for
frontrunning, predator HFTs, and then a market for everyone
else, i.e., the prey.
This Is Why China Russia & China Are Now "The Enemy"
Zero Hedge - The suppression of gold prices is essential at all
costs to the Anglo-American banking interests. The saber
rattling and attempts to lure Russia and China into military
conflict are about who controls the financial world.
The Big Picture For Gold And Silver
Zero Hedge - Tocqueville's John Hathaway delves into the darker
corners of today's gold markets while Mike Maloney reminds us of
the big picture behind gold and silver as wealth insurance. The
failure of a monetary system is never a smooth road - it is
rocky and undulating, with twists and turns that don't appear on
any map. But the destination is always without question, despite
suppression efforts: Gold will inevitably respond to an
expanding fiat currency supply. That simple.
A Plan to Convert the US Dollar to Gold as Money
Activist Post - This Five-Step plan, first published in
Jan-2010, has my original ideas, but builds on the work and
concepts from many prior writings. Economist Ludwig Von Mises
noted the true advantage of a gold standard when he said; ‘a
managed fiat money must become a plaything of politics.’ My plan
ends the government and Fed monopoly on control and issuance of
money, and makes ‘weight of gold’ the unit of account.
White House fence jumper was being treated at Fort Hood
Blacklisted News - An Iraq war veteran who was arrested after
jumping a White House fence suffers from PTSD, his former
stepson told CNN Sunday.
Knife-Wielding Veteran Sniper Rushes White House, Wants To Warn
Obama "Atmosphere Is Collapsing"
Zero Hedge - Of the stories in the past two days, there is
hardly anything more bizarre than that of Omar J. Gonzalez, 42,
of Copperas Cove, a veteran had served three tours in Iraq — and
relatives said served as a sniper — managed to jump over the
White House fence, sprinted more than 70 yards across the
Northern Lawn, got to the front double doors of the North
Portico, turned the brass knob and stepped inside the vestibule.
"Climate March" Hides Real Culprits and Real Solutions
Tony Cartalucci - Not surprisingly little in terms of actual
solutions are mentioned by the organizers and instead the march
is meant to set the stage for political and financial deals to
be made at the 2015 Climate Change Conference in Paris, France.
Organizing the march are institutions funded by the very
governments and corporate-financier special interests that have
helped create devastating environmental and socioeconomic
disasters across the planet over the past several decades in the
NYC stages world's ‘biggest ever’ climate change march (PHOTOS,
UN climate change: 1000 scientists say no
Jon Rappoport - It’s a shocking 321-page report assembled by The
Climate Depot: “More Than 1000 International Scientists Dissent
Over Man-Made Global Warming Claims.” It names names. It lists
reasons for the dissent. Reality is engineered consensus. But
when that doesn’t work, “experts” just assert there is a
consensus when there isn’t.
Google Acts Like Privatized NSA: WikiLeaks' Julian Assange
Common Dreams - Google's practices are "almost identical" to
those of the U.S. National Security Agency and its British
counterpart, the GCHQ, Julian Assange has said.... "It makes
more than 80 percent of its money collecting information about
people, pooling it together, storing it, indexing it, building
profiles of people to predict their interests and behaviors and
then selling those profiles principally to advertisers, but also
The Navy Routinely Spies on Citizens Then Helps the Police
Motherboard - It's not just the NSA: A Federal Appeals Court has
just noted a disturbing and "extraordinary" trend of the Navy
conducting mass surveillance on American civilians, and then
using what they find to help local law enforcement prosecute
Tiny Humanoid Robot Learning to Fly Real Airplanes
spectrum.ieee.org - The little robot in the picture above is a
PIBOT, a small, very low-cost humanoid (actually a Bioloid
Premium from Robotis). It's been slightly modified to be able to
work the controls of a scaled-down, simulated aircraft cockpit,
as in the pic above. PIBOT is able to identify and use all of
the buttons and switches and stuff that you'd find in the
cockpit of a normal light aircraft designed for humans...
2 essential survival items under $12
Graywolf Survival - Prepping can sometimes cost a lot of money
and a lot of you really like when I post about gear (even though
you really should be spending your time and money on skills more
Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
Winter Gardening Tips: Best Winter Crops and Cold-Hardy
Mother Earth News - Don’t limit your harvests to summer! No
matter your region, you can grow cold-hardy winter crops that
have proved they can take biting temps. Just follow these winter
gardening tips from one of the foremost four-season gardeners in
Nature fights back: Monster hogweed plant causes blindness to
(NaturalNews) Giant hogweed, which resembles a giant parsley
plant, can grow up to 14 feet tall and produce 5-foot-wide
leaves. It can also cause severe burns, scarring and even
blindness to those who do nothing more than touch it.
Scam Alert: Hospitals All Over America Are Wildly Inflating
Economic Collapse - The next time you visit a hospital, it is
your wallet that may end up hurting the most. All over the
United States, it has become common practice for hospitals to
wildly inflate medical bills. For example, it has been reported
that some hospitals are charging up to 30 dollars for a single
Vitamin C for taming tension, burning fat, and much more
(NaturalNews) If you have undesirable fat around your midsection
or would like to support cardiovascular health or reduce
diabetic symptoms, vitamin C can help. Not only does it improve
stamina, boost immunity, lessen stress response and curtail
inflammation, but it also encourages insulin sensitivity and
lowers concentrations of C-reactive protein (CRP) -- a biomarker
which suggests heart disease risk.
Vitamin D hailed in the fight against heart disease, Alzheimer's
disease and diabetes
(NaturalNews) Scientific research bodies extolling the amazing
virtues of the prohormone vitamin D have been published in rapid
succession to explain the preventive mechanism shown to prevent
cardiovascular disease, diabetes and Alzheimer's disease.
Healthy diet at midlife lowers risk of dementia by 90%
(NaturalNews) While studies in the past have acknowledged the
role that specific foods play in mental wellness and the
reduction of age induced problems such as dementia, a new study
looks at the diet as a whole. The findings are a strong
indicator that what you eat during midlife will have a powerful
impact on brain activity, strength and function as you enter
your senior years.
Pea protein is one of the best all-round protein supplements
(NaturalNews) Protein supplements can be a great addition to a
healthy diet. This is due to their ability to provide essential
and branched-chain amino acids in a highly absorbable form.
While there are many different protein sources only a few are of
high quality. Pure pea protein is one of the best all-round
Why Is China Having Measles Outbreaks When 99% Are Vaccinated?
Green Med Info - China has one of the most vaccination compliant
populations in in the world. In fact, measles vaccine is
mandatory. So why have they had over 700 measles outbreaks from
2009 and 2012 alone? The obvious answer is the the measles
vaccines are NOT effective.
Over 700 infants potentially exposed to TB at Texas hospital
RT - At least 700 infants may have been exposed to tuberculosis
in the nursery area of a Texas hospital. The babies were put at
risk of catching the contagious disease by a member of staff who
was infected, health officials said.
Vitamin B1 deficiency can cause permanent brain damage and coma,
but is rarely diagnosed
(NaturalNews) Thiamine, or vitamin B1, is one of eight distinct
members of the B complex, which helps maintain or improve brain
and nervous system functioning and liver health, and resist the
effects of stress on the immune system.
8 habits that have hijacked your hormones
(NaturalNews) Hormone dysfunction is a very common concern and
is becoming so problematic that hormonal cancer and disease are
becoming commonplace in our society. Whether it is breast
cancer, prostate cancer, or hypothyroidism, there are some very
distinct habits that have been major contributors to these
diseases, which we need to stop in order to get a hold on our
Synthetic Fabrics Host More Stench-Producing Bacteria
Dr. Mercola - After a workout, odor-causing bacteria collect in
polyester shirts far more so than in cotton shirts according to
new research... Nanoparticles, including nanosilver, may be
added to shirts to fight bacteria, but they may come out of the
shirt during washing, leading to potential environmental harm.
Synthetic clothing may contain perfluorinated compounds (PFCs)
for stain proofing, endocrine-disrupting nonylphenol ethoxylate
(NPE), and even toxic triclosan to kill bacteria.
Why It's a Good Idea to Look at Your Pet's Eyes Each Day
Dr. Becker - If you don't take a couple of moments and look carefully at
your pet's eyes each day, you could be missing important clues that
might signal this painful condition that can result in loss of vision.
Watch out for these 7 changes in your pet's eyes.
- September 19, 2014 - Today in History: POW - MIA DAY - We Will
1777 - The Battle of Saratoga was won by American soldiers during the
1796 - U.S. President Washington's farewell address was published.
1893 - In New Zealand, the Electoral Act 1893 was consented to giving all
women in New Zealand the right to vote.
1957 - The U.S. conducted its first underground nuclear test. The test
took place in the Nevada desert.
1959 - Nikita Khruschev was not allowed to visit Disneyland due to
security reasons. Khrushchev reacted angrily.
1983 - Lebanese army units defending Souk el-Gharb were supported in their
effort by two U.S. Navy ships off Beirut.
1986 - U.S. health officials announced that AZT, though an experimental
drug, would be made available to AIDS patients.
1988 - Israel successfully launched the Horizon-I test satellite.
1990 - The POW/MIA flag was first recognized by Public Law 101-355 in
1990 - Iraq began confiscating foreign assets of countries that were
imposing sanctions against the Iraqi government.
1992 - The U.N. Security Council recommended suspending Yugoslavia due
to its role in the Bosnian civil war.
1994 - U.S. troops entered Haiti peacefully to enforce the return of
exiled President Jean-Bertrand Aristide.
1995 - The U.S. Senate passed a welfare overhaul bill.
2002 - President George W. Bush asked Congress for authority to use
military force if necessary to disarm and overthrow Iraqi leader Saddam
Hussein if he did not abandon weapons of mass destruction.
2008 - Struggling to stave off financial catastrophe, the Bush
administration asked Congress for $700 billion to buy up troubled
mortgage-related assets from U.S. financial institutions.
2010 - The BP oil well that had spilled hundred of millions of oil into
the Gulf of Mexico was sealed with a permanent cement plug.
Spain, Italy, Belgium: Battle lines drawn for independence after
RT - The Scots have lost their stab at independence by a tiny 10-percent
margin. Analysts predicted that only a ‘yes’ vote would send waves
throughout Europe, but the dire economic situation of other
independence-seeking regions can’t be eclipsed so easily.
Stock markets, Sterling rejoice as Scotland votes ‘No’
RT - European stocks rallied to a 6½-year high after Scotland rejected
independence in favor of unity, with London’s FTSE 100 Index reaching a
14-day high. The UK pound rallied to a 17-day high.
Israel vows support for US-led ‘coalition against ISIL’
Press TV - Following Wednesday talks with US Secretary of State John
Kerry in Washington, Lieberman’s office said in a statement that the Tel
Aviv regime was “available to the US should it ask for help” in what was
called the battle against ISIL Takfiri militants.
ISIL a US Trojan horse for regime change in Syria: Analyst
Press TV - “What the US cannot let go of is that they have their own
interests. This has nothing to do with ISIS (or ISIL), which they have
funded and trained, and nothing to do with peace and stability in the
region,” Daniel Patrick Welch, American journalist and author, told
Press TV in an interview on Thursday.
Throats slit: Ebola health team, journalists brutally killed in Guinea
RT - The bodies of eight people – including three journalists – were
found in Guinea after an Ebola health team came under attack two days
ago, officials said. Meanwhile, the UN plans to deploy a special mission
to fight the virus in the worst-hit countries.
U.N. Agenda 21 Testing Ground: Malaysia's 10 Ideas For Sustainable
Activist Post - The full implementation of Agenda 21 is nearing
completion as the global Sustainable Development Goals of the United
Nations are set on a 2015 timeline. There are already many hints
available at the wide-scale transformation set to take place, as
multiple locations in the United States continue doing battle with the
arrival of sweeping bureaucratic code enforcement.
Obama declines to give Ukraine 'lethal aid' despite Poroshenko's plea
RT - President Barack Obama has declined to supply Ukraine with “lethal
aide” despite the passionate plea for more military equipment that
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko made to Congress earlier on
New ‘ISIS’ Propaganda Video Plays Right Into US/UK Hands Once Again
prisonplanet.com - Comment: The new ‘ISIS’ video is incredibly
transparent. It plays right into the hands of the US/UK once again by
allowing critics of Obama’s plan to be demonized as ISIS propagandists.
There’s no better PR firm for Washington’s agenda in the middle east
than ISIS itself!
On Word ISIS Beheadings Planned, Australian Police Sweep Homes in
Nation’s Largest ‘Terror Raid’
The Daily Sheeple - The Australian is reporting that a series of
anti-terrorism raids took place today in Sydney and Brisbane on word
that Islamic State supporters were planning to publicly execute people
there. Some 800 of police officers took part in the raids, arresting 15
men in what represents the largest anti-terrorism operation in the
Sotloff Spokesman: Obama Admin “Bullied And Hectored” Family; “Shot Us
Down At Every Opportunity”
Steve Watson - In new ISIS video British hostage says “I’ve been
abandoned by my government”. The spokesman for the family of murdered
American journalist Steven Sotloff has once again hit out at the Obama
administration, accusing the president and his insiders of being
uncooperative and bullying, and scaring the family into softening
efforts to rescue Sotloff from the hands of ISIS terrorists.
Kerry: Syria Uses Chlorine Gas Despite Chemical Weapons Agreements
RIA Novosti - US Secretary of State John Kerry has accused Syrian
President Bashar Assad of breaking global agreements on the use of
chemical weapons, Agence France-Presse reported on Thursday.
CNN Reports on 110% Turnout in Scottish Independence Vote
RIA Novosti - In a news broadcast, the CNN television channel in a news
report Thursday evening broadcast a graphic showing that Scotland has
given the independence referendum 110 percent.
What Happens When Scottish Voters Give It Their 110%, According To CNN
Sierra Leone to shut down for 3 days to slow Ebola
AP - In a desperate bid to slow West Africa's accelerating Ebola
outbreak, Sierra Leone ordered its 6 million people confined to their
homes for three days starting Friday while volunteers conduct a
house-to-house search for victims in hiding.
U.S. News, Politics & Government
Terronoia Theater Presents: Staged ISIS Attacks
Tony Cartalucci - The FBI has foiled yet another entirely
fabricated terror threat of its own creation, with missing
mechanisms in two firearms provided to a potential terrorist
being the only thing that prevented this latest case of
entrapment from going "live."
Breaking Bread: Student Punished for Sharing Lunch
Activist Post - Eighth grader Kyle Bradford of Weaverville
Elementary School had no idea that breaking bread with a fellow
student would cause such an uproar.
Former CIA deputy director says Khorasan more threatening than
Kurt Nimmo - Group kept under wraps until now adds new dimension
to war on terror. Mike Morell, a former deputy director of the
CIA, told CBS News there is a terror group that poses a more
serious and direct threat to America than ISIS.
Former Navy SEAL: Over 90 Percent Of Troops Do Not Support Obama
Daily Caller - According to former U.S. Navy SEAL Carl Higbie,
over 90 percent of troops disapprove of President Barack Obama.
Higbie made the comments to “On The Record” host Greta Van
Ship from Liberia with Sick Passengers Docks in Louisiana…But
The Daily Sheeple - Stop worrying. Our government has an iron
grasp on the situation. You just don’t understand the finer
points of all this stuff. They may not be closing our borders.
They may be knowingly bringing in people who could be infected.
But they have your best interests at heart, and they’ll take
care of you.
Report: Cali. Lead Ban to Triple Ammo Prices
Kit Daniels - California’s upcoming ban on the use of
traditional lead ammunition could triple the price of all
ammunition in the state, forcing many gun owners to give up
shooting, according to a report by a firearm trade association.
Man Calls Cops To Report Vandals At His Home, They Show Up And
thefreethoughtproject.com - Martin died within moments, and the
officers were cleared of all charges and allowed to return to
their jobs without any sort of independent investigation.
Deputy Tases Handcuffed Man Repeatedly: "You Wanna Do This The
Activist Post - In yet another example of brazen police
brutality, a Richland County Sheriff’s Deputy has been
videotaped repeatedly tasing a handcuffed man.
Happy Constitution Day! Ninth Circuit Affirms That It’s Illegal
To Wear American Flag Shirts On Cinco De Mayo
Daily Caller - It’s official: the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of
Appeals has issued an order declining a request for an en banc
hearing in a case involving four students in at a California
high school who were sent home for wearing American flag
T-shirts on Cinco de Mayo.
Bitcoin ATMs coming soon to New Hampshire
nhbr.com - In about a month, New Hampshirites will be able to
convert cash to bitcoins via new bitcoin ATMs popping up in the
state. But what can you buy with a bitcoin?
The Dow And S&P 500 Soar To Irrational Heights – Meanwhile The
Ultra-Wealthy Rush To Buy Gold Bars
Economic Collapse - Did you know that the number of gold bars
being purchased by ultra-wealthy individuals has increased by
243 percent so far this year? If stocks are just going to keep
soaring, why are they doing this?
The United States’ National POW/MIA Recognition Day is observed
across the nation on the third Friday of September each year.
Please take the time to remember those who were prisoners of war
(POW) and those who are still missing in action (MIA), as well
as their families.
Spying and storing: Assange says 'Google works like NSA'
RT - WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange equated Google with the
National Security Agency and GCHQ, saying the tech giant has
become “a privatized version of the NSA,” as it collects,
stores, and indexes people’s data. He made his remarks to BBC
and Sky News.
‘Interceptor’ cellphone towers found near White House, Senate
Washington Times - Mysterious “interceptor” cellphone towers
that can listen in someone’s phone call despite not being part
of any phone networks have turned up near the White House and
Senate. A company that specializes in selling secure mobile
phones discovered the existence of several of the towers in and
around the nation’s capitol.
Giant MQ-4C Triton surveillance drone flies across the United
Ars Technica - With a wingspan of 130 ft, it will join others to
“provide near worldwide coverage” in 2017.
Home Depot estimates data on 56 million cards stolen by
Ars Technica - The cybercriminals that compromised Home Depot's
network and installed malware on the home-supply company's
point-of-sale systems likely stole information on 56 million
payment cards, the company stated on Thursday.
Apple reveals new operating system it claims is police-proof
RT - Following revelations that the NSA, in cooperation with
various telecom companies, was spying on private communications,
Apple Inc. has released new technology that it says cannot be
compromised by the police.
Tech Firm: More Than 15 Stingray Phone Trackers Operating In
Mikael Thalen - Mobile security experts discovered what appears
to be more than 15 IMSI catchers, commonly referred to as
Stingrays, throughout the Washington D.C. area this week.
Mystery Surrounds Unexplained Cellphone Tower in NC
Paul Joseph Watson - Questions are being asked about a strange
communications tower disguised as a tree which was discovered by
a resident of Charlotte, North Carolina after media reports of
fake cellphone towers popping up across the country which are
being used at surveillance devices.
Nowhere To Hide As Minority Report-Style Facial Recognition
Technology Spreads Across America
The Daily Sheeple - It aims to eventually replace fingerprinting
with a complex array of biometrics, assigning everyone with a
“Universal Control Number”, in what sounds like a plotline from
a sci-fi movie. And it won’t just be the FBI using this
Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
Kiss Your Grass-Fed Beef Goodbye! GMO Grass About to Be Approved
Natural Society - The maker of genetically modified RoundUp-Ready
Kentucky Bluegrass will soon conduct field trials at the homes
of employees. Will the grass soon tkae over?
14 Genius Ways To Recycle Used Coffee Grounds
Natural Blaze - Coffee is good for more than just waking you up
in the morning! Take a look at this list and find the perfect
recycling tips and tricks so you can enjoy your coffee again –
even after you’ve finished enjoying your morning cup of Joe!
16 Tips For Going Off Grid! Do What You Love and End Debt
Natural Blaze - Do what you LOVE! Stop following the path of
debt slavery which chains you to a mortgage and living your life
paycheck to paycheck just to make the bills for the month, and
STILL have NOTHING left over for you and your family to enjoy
Enterovirus Cases Confirmed in Southern California Are State’s
ktla.com - The spread of the disease to California was expected,
state health officer Dr. Ron Chapman said. As of Wednesday, 18
other states had confirmed 153 cases total cases of the virus,
according to data from the Centers for Disease Control and
Health Properties of Pomegranate Now Includes Helping Diabetics
Green Med Info - While pomegranate enjoys high standing as far
as its culinary status, most folks don't realize how wide a wide
range of health benefits this 'super food' actually possesses,
with a staggering 100+ of them identified so far through
Greenmedinfo.com's research indexing project.
Top 5 plant based foods that improve your digestion
(NaturalNews) Digestive health could easily be touted as one of
the most important aspects of your health. Unfortunately, our
digestive systems have been compromised due to a highly refined
and nutrient deficient food supply, various toxins, and stress.
The good news is that digestive balance can be restored by
eliminating gut menacing habits and introducing these foods to
significantly aid in the digestive process.
Soy consumption linked to tumor growth in breast cancer
(NaturalNews) Breast cancer patients who consume large amounts
of soy may make the disease worse, according to a study
conducted by researchers from Georgetown University and the
Memorial Sloane Kettering Cancer Center in New York, and
published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute on
The Negative Effects of Cortisol
Natural Blaze - Cortisol is a hormone that is absolutely crucial
for life. Without it we would not be able to survive. However,
when we live in chronic strain, worry, and stress the adrenal
glands produce relatively high amounts of cortisol. The problem
with cortisol is that our bodies are not meant to be exposed to
these relatively high amounts for long periods of time.
Ten Minutes of Intermittent Movement for Every Hour of Sitting
May Counteract Ill Health Effects of Prolonged Sitting
Dr. Mercola - Prolonged sitting significantly impacts your
cardiovascular and metabolic function. The combination of
excessive sitting and inadequate exercise has been shown to
double men’s risk of heart failure.
The 5 Biggest Myths Your Doctor Keeps Telling You About Joint
preventdisease.com - Many Doctors continue to misinform patients
on both the causes of joint pain and treatment necessary to
alleviate it. The cure to joint pain is not about popping a few
pills and resting your tush in the hopes the pain will go away.
This is only suppresses the symptoms of millions who are given
this advice, only to later find their condition has progressed
What the CDC Won’t Tell You About SV40, Polio Vaccines and
Truthstream Media - The public was kept in the dark for decades
about tens of millions of polio vaccines laced with SV40, and
its implications for the widespread epidemic of cancer.
Can Vitamin C Cure Ebola?
Green Med Info - If there were a drug that worked on Ebola you
should use it. There isn't. There is only vitamin C. But you
must be extremely careful what you believe, because, as it ever
was, the Internet is full of dangerous loonies. For almost a
decade now, the OMNS has reported on nutritional therapies; we
leave the medical politics to one side and work from the facts.
Here are the facts about vitamin C and Ebola.
Medical University: Single Flavanoid (Found in 6 Foods) Reduces
Cognitive Impairment Drastically
Natural Society - A single flavanoid known as rutin can protect
the brain against cognitive damage. This is great news for those
suffering from cognitive impairment.
10,000 American Toddlers now Taking Amphetamine Based ADHD Drugs
Natural Blaze - In a far beyond sick release of information, it
has been revealed that toddlers can be prescribed amphetamines
including, Ritalin, Adderall, and ‘ADHD medications’ legally.
There is no rule against it, and apparently some people do not
have the moral depth to understand the consequences of giving
amphetamines to a mind in a stage of development that early.
Are you consuming the 9 most genetically modified foods?
Natural Blaze - You care about your health, and you’re also
vigilant of the fact that foods that have been genetically
modified have been shown to cause allergies, organ failure, and
The Surprising Differences Between Dog Lovers and Cat Lovers
Dr. Becker - Are "dog people" and "cat people" really different?
According to this 600-participant study, the answer is yes. From
insights about your personality, the type of environment you
prefer, and your intelligence, you may be surprised to find out
just how different you are.
- September 18, 2014 - Today in History:
1763 - The Boston Gazette reported that the 1st piano had been built in
the U.S.. The instrument was named the spinet and was made by John
1793 - U.S. President George Washington laid the actual cornerstone of
the U.S. Capitol.
1850 - The Fugitive Slave Act was declared by the U.S. Congress. The act
allowed slave owners to claim slaves that had escaped into other states.
1851 - The first issue of "The New York Times" was published.
1891 - Harriet Maxwell Converse became the first white woman to ever be
named chief of an Indian tribe. The tribe was the Six Nations Tribe at
Towanda Reservation in New York.
1947 - The United States Air Force was established as a separate
military branch by the National Security Act.
1981 - A museum honoring former U.S. President Ford was dedicated in
Grand Rapids, MI.
1984 - The 39th session of the U.N. General Assembly was opened with an
appeal to the U.S. and Soviet Union to resume arms negotiations.
1991 - U.S. President George H.W. Bush said that he would send warplanes
to escort U.N. helicopters that were searching for hidden Iraqi weapons
if it became necessary.
1997 - Ted Turner, U.S. Media magnate, announced that over the next ten
years he would give $1 billion to the United Nations.
1998 - The U.S. House Judiciary Committee voted to release to videotape
of President Clinton's grand jury testimony from August 17.
1998 - The FDA approved a once-a-day easier-to-swallow medication for
2009 - Tens of thousands of protesters rallied in defiance of Iran's
Islamic leadership, clashing with police and confronting state-run
Scottish independence referendum LIVE UPDATES
RT - Scottish voters go to the polls on Thursday to choose whether or
not to break away from the UK and form an independent state. The ‘Yes’
and ‘No’ campaigns have been neck-and-neck in the pre-ballot polls.
As Scots Mull Independence, Spain's Catalonia Emboldened
Breitbart - If Scottish voters this week say Yes to independence, not
only will they tear up the map of Great Britain, they'll shake the twin
pillars of Western Europe's postwar prosperity and security — the
European Union and the U.S.-led NATO defense alliance.
* Related Video:
Catalan Demonstration for Independence
NATO stages Black Sea naval drills
RT - NATO is launching exercises in the international waters of the
Balkans, with warships and troops of several member countries also
“visiting” Bulgaria until September 22. It comes as a new submarine
enters service in the Russian Black Sea Fleet.
Ebola epidemic spawns black market in survivors’ blood
RT - As the deadly Ebola virus continues to ravage a wide swath of
Western Africa, some of the infected are turning to an illicit trade in
survivors’ blood, despite warnings from the World Health Organization.
Ebola outbreak to continue for another 18 months, warn scientists
(NaturalNews) The World Health Organization (WHO) may be vastly
underestimating the final death toll from the West African Ebola
outbreak, according to data compiled by scientists working on behalf of
the federal government.
Ebola death toll passes 2,400, WHO pleads for more aid to West Africa
Egypt seal preliminary arms deal worth $3.5 billion
StratRisks - Russia and Egypt have reached a preliminary deal for Cairo
to buy arms worth $3.5 billion from Moscow, Interfax news agency quoted
the head of a Russian state arms agency as saying on Wednesday.
Terror from Middle East, Africa on way to Europe - Egypt president
RT - Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi has warned there is a chance
of conflicts in the Middle East and Africa spilling over to Europe, and
has called for a “comprehensive strategy” in combatting the threat.
Former minister in Viktor Yanukovich's parliament is thrown in a rubbish
bin after Ukraine ratifies economic ties with the European Union
Daily Mail - Zhuravsky, now a member of the Economic Development Party,
authored a controversial bill in January severely tightening
restrictions on anti-government protesters. In the past, he authored a
bill criminalising libel. It came as Ukrainian MPs pledged to ratify a
key pact with the EU and voted in favour of a plan to offer the
separatist eastern part of the country limited self rule.
The REAL Reason Britain is Freaking Out About Scottish Independence.
Scotland’s North Sea Oil Reserves
Global Research - David Cameron and the British media have been freaking
out about the potential Scottish independence. They’ve blathered on
about “history”, “common defense” and other red herrings. But it’s
really all about oil … Specifically, if Scotland becomes independent, it
gets to keep 90% of the revenues from its huge oil reserves.
UN Security Council to Hold a Meeting to Investigate MH17 Crash: Russian
RIA Novosti - UN Security Council will hold a meeting Friday to
investigate the Malaysia Airlines MH17 crash in eastern Ukraine, the
press service of the Permanent Mission of the Russian Federation to the
UN announced Wednesday.
$30mn bounty set to identify who shot down MH17 in Ukraine
RT - $30 million will be given to those who help identify the
perpetrators of the downing of the Malaysian Airlines flight MH17 in
eastern Ukraine that killed all 298 on board, said an independent German
fraud investigation company.
Venezuela on alert over mysterious, deadly disease
local10.com - The deaths of 10 people in the past week of a mysterious
disease in several cities in Venezuela, including the capital of
Caracas, have caused panic within the population and has prompted
doctors to sound the alarm.
No nuclear waste: Fuel of future produced at Russia's high-tech
RT - Russia’s ‘Breakthrough’ energy project enables closed a nuclear
fuel cycle and a future without radioactive waste. The first batch of
MOX nuclear fuel has been manufactured for the world’s only NPP
industrially power generating breeder reactors.
U.S. News, Politics & Government
Manchin: Obama's Plan To Train Syrian Opposition Costs $100K Per
Breitbart - On September 16 Senator Joe Manchin (D-WV) blasted
President Obama's request for $500 million to train 5,000 Syrian
rebels, saying the breakdown on the money works out to "$100,000
per [rebel]" for one year.
DHS Chief: Ability to Detect Terrorists in U.S. Hindered by
Breitbart - U.S. Department of Homeland (DHS) Security Secretary
Jeh Johnson, while testifying before a House panel today,
indicated that the government’s ability to detect terrorists
inside the homeland is hindered by sanctuary cities that shelter
NBC’s idea of home invasion defense: Bug spray, treat burglar
Liberty Unyielding - A veteran police officer appeared a few
days ago on NBC’s “The Today Show” to give defense tips against
home invasions. A few of the tips contradict one another, one
was illegal, and none of them included the use of firearms. The
NRA had a better idea.
Congress poised to approve Obama’s Iraq-Syria
military strategy amid skepticism
Washington Post - The House on Wednesday approved President
Obama’s plan to train and equip moderate Syrian rebels to
counter the growing threat of the Islamic State terrorist
organization even though lawmakers in both parties remain deeply
skeptical about its chances for success.
The US is now involved in 134 wars or none, depending on your
definition of ‘war’
StratRisks - The White House spent much of last week trying to
figure out if the word “war” was the right one to describe its
military actions against the Islamic State.
Navy removes destroyer's top three commanding officers
RT - In an extremely rare move, the US Navy removed a ship’s top
three commanding officers from their posts while it is at sea.
The Navy is conducting an investigation into the command climate
aboard the USS James E. Williams (DDG-95).
What you're not being told about the USA Freedom Act
Blacklisted News - The current “gutted” version of the U.S.A.
Freedom Act (S. 2685) will only serve to legalize government’s
currently illegal surveillance of innocent civilians. A
coalition of whistleblowers & civil liberties organizations
published a letter calling on members of Congress to reject the
Bloomberg Receives French Award for Supporting ‘The Ideals of
Mikael Thalen - Elites reward one another for a job well done.
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg traveled to France
this week to receive the country’s top civilian honor. The
“Legion d’Honneur,” an award that “embodies the ideals of
liberty,” was given to Bloomberg by Foreign Minister Laurent
Fabius Tuesday at the Quai d’Orsay.
Man Humiliated by TSA After Cologne Sets Off Bomb Detector
Paul Joseph Watson - Jean Marie Occean was traveling with his
wife and young daughter when the TSA ordered him into a private
room after his hands tested positive for explosive chemicals. It
subsequently turned out that the cologne Occean had purchased at
a local department store was responsible for the alarm.
Parents Say Four Cops Beat Their Twelve-Year-Old Girl, Left Her
Liberty Crier - Four plainclothes Galveston police officers beat
a 12-year-old girl in the head in her own yard, beat her with a
flashlight, accused her of being a prostitute and threatened to
shoot her puppy, while responding to a call about white
prostitutes, the girl’s parents claim in Federal Court. The
girl, an honor student, who was dressed in gym shorts and a
T-shirt when the cops beat her, is black.
US police get antiterror training in Israel on privately funded
cironline.org - At least 300 high-ranking sheriffs and police
have traveled to Israel for privately funded seminars in what is
described as counterterrorism techniques.... Shakeel Syed,
executive director of the Islamic Shura Council of Southern
California, described the tactics he sees American police use
today as “a near replica” of their Israeli counterparts.
Collective Bargaining Protects Police Wrongdoing
Freedom Foundation - Due to collective bargaining disciplinary
provisions, police officers engaged in wrongdoing are able to
evade consequences by appealing unsettled grievances to a
Children In Florida To Be Given Satanic Information
The Daily Sheeple - A group called the Satanic Temple is to
start distributing information about their practices and beliefs
to school children in Florida.
VIDEO: House passes bill to audit Federal Reserve
The Hill - Passed 333-92, the bill would require the comptroller
general to conduct an audit of the Federal Reserve's board of
governors and banks within one year and submit a report to
Congress on the findings. A total of 106 Democrats joined all
but one Republican in support of the measure.
Treasury Dept. Ignores Fraud Charges and Awards Comerica 5 more
Years of Providing Benefit Cards to Elderly and Disabled
AllGov - The Center for Public Integrity found that an
“aggressive” marketing campaign by Comerica and the Treasury
Department resulted in a million Americans being sent “Direct
Express” benefit cards—used to distribute Social Security and
disability payments—to people who didn’t need or request them.
This resulted in a financial gain for the bank, given that card
fees are much higher than direct deposit into an account, which
many of the card recipients already had.
Occupy group abolishes nearly $4 million in student loan debt
RT - On the third anniversary of the Occupy Wall Street
movement, an offshoot group announced that it has erased $3.8
million worth of private student loan debt.
New Record: Pound of Ground Beef Tops $4 for First Time
CNS News - Although the overall Consumer Price Index dropped by
0.2 percent in August, the price index for food rose 0.2
percent, with the average price for a pound of ground beef
rising to $4.013 per pound–the first time it has ever topped $4
US Air Force to allow atheists to omit ‘God’ from reenlistment
RT - The US Air Force is changing the instructions for its
reenlistment pledge after an atheist airman was initially denied
the ability to re-enlist because he refused to use the word
“God” in his oath of office.
MasterCard tests Orwellian national ID card on Nigeria
(NaturalNews) The march toward enslaving the world's population
by a handful of globalist statists and corporations continues,
with the latest chapter unfolding, of all places, in Nigeria,
compliments of MasterCard.
Biggest attack on RT.com: Website hit by 10 Gbps DDoS
RT - RT.com has been hit with the most powerful DDoS attack in
the website's history, which reached 10 Gbps in strength. No
group has claimed responsibility. RT has experienced cyber
assaults in the past, prompted by its reporting on Manning and
Pocket-Sized Surveillance Drone Can Fly Through Windows
Paul Joseph Watson - A new pocket-sized surveillance drone
endorsed by the US Air Force which could ultimately end up in
the hands of law enforcement can fly through open windows and
reach other confined spaces.
New Radar Gun to Catch Texting Drivers
hamptonroads.com - A Virginia company is developing a radar
gunlike device that would help police catch drivers as they
text. The technology works by detecting the telltale radio
frequencies that emit from a vehicle when someone inside is
using a cellphone, said Malcolm McIntyre of ComSonics.
Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
Pandemic Preparedness: The world's most powerful antiviral herbs
and natural medicines revealed in free audio recording
(NaturalNews) The much-anticipated Episode Six of the free
online audio course Pandemic Preparedness has just been
released. This episode features a detailed discussion of the
world's most powerful antiviral herbs and natural medicines,
many of which have been used for thousands of years to save
lives during plagues and disease outbreaks. The full online
course is available now for free at
Shining secret that makes silver precious for your health
Daily Mail - 'Research has shown that silver is a powerful
antimicrobial agent that is non-irritating and non-toxic,' says
Valerie Edwards Jones, professor of microbiology at Manchester
Metropolitan University. 'Recent studies have shown that silver
can kill up to 650 species of pathogenic microbes.
Heard about the colloidal silver 'Blue Man?' Here's why the
scare story is public relations fraud
11 Surprising Factors That Mess With Your Memory
Dr. Mercola - Fear of losing your mind is a pervasive, fear.
Among Americans, the notion of losing mental capacity evokes
twice as much fear as losing physical ability, and 60 percent of
US adults say they are very or somewhat worried about memory
Lack of Sleep May Lead to Brain Shrinkage
Dr. Mercola - Poor sleeping habits cause both brain damage and
brain shrinkage, and may even accelerate onset of Alzheimer’s
disease. Lack of sleep has also been linked to obesity and
6 causes of autism and a multi-faceted approach to treatment
(NaturalNews) Alternative treatments, including diet,
nutritional supplementation, environmental medicine, auditory
training, and behavior therapy have been useful in alleviating
the symptoms related to autism, and in some case, completely
reversing them. But what core factors can cause autism, and what
approaches can be used to remedy it?
Are smoothies really so healthy? Here's how to make sure yours
(NaturalNews) Smoothies are popular these days. We drink them as
an alternative to unhealthy drinks or as a meal replacement. But
are they really healthy? They can be.
Avoid These Foods, They Switch Off Your Body's Inner Allergy
Dr. Mercola - Since food allergies appear to be closely linked
to abnormal gut flora, courtesy of antibiotics (and other
chemicals) in food, it would be wise to not only avoid known
allergens, but to also avoid foods known to kill beneficial gut
10 Essential Benefits of Drinking Water, Staying Hydrated
Natural Society - Staying hydrated is one of the most important
ways to stay healthy and maintain a proper body weight, but most
of us are dehydrated without realizing it.
Secondhand Smoke from E-Cigarettes Contains Toxic Metals,
Dr. Mercola - Separate research found e-cigarette vapor contains
metals including tin, copper, nickel, and silver, silicate
beads, and nanoparticles, sometimes in amounts greater than you
might be exposed to from smoking a conventional cigarette.
Secondhand e-cigarette aerosol contains at least 10 chemicals
identified on California's Proposition 65 list of carcinogens
and reproductive toxins.
Half of All Cats Over 10
Suffer from This, and This One Got Lucky
Dr. Becker - The University of Georgia Veterinary Teaching Hospital is
one of just three veterinary hospitals in the US able to perform kidney
transplants, and one special cat was a recent recipient of the surgery.
Pet Food Fraud Again
Susan Thixton - Two years ago a study found eight of 21 pet foods
contained an animal protein ingredient that wasn't listed in the pet
food label. Now, another study has been released finding 20 of 52 pet
foods contained an animal protein not listed on the label. When will
authorities hold manufacturers accountable?
- September 17, 2014 - Today in History:
1778 - The United States signed its first treaty with a Native American
tribe, the Delaware Nation.
1787 - The Constitution of the United States of America was signed by
delegates at the Constitutional Convention.
1796 - U.S. President George Washington's Farewell Address was read
before the U.S. Congress.
1862 - The Battle of Antietam took place during the American Civil War.
More than 23,000 men were killed, wounded, or missing. The Rebel advance
was ended with heavy losses to both armies.
1911 - The first transcontinental airplane flight started. It took C.P.
Rogers 82 hours to fly from New York City to Pasadena, CA.
1930 - Construction on Boulder Dam, later renamed Hoover Dam, began in
Black Canyon, near Las Vegas, NV.
1937 - At Mount Rushmore, Abraham Lincoln's face was dedicated.
1939 - The Soviet Union invaded Poland. Germany had invaded Poland on
1944 - Operation "Market Garden" was launched by Allied paratroopers
during World War II. The landing point was behind German lines in the
1947 - The first U.S. Secretary of Defense, James V. Forrestal, was
sworn in to office.
1953 - The Ochsner Foundation Hospital in New Orleans, LA, successfully
separated Siamese twins. Carolyn Anne and Catherine Anne Mouton were
connected at the waist when born.
1962 - U.S. space officials announced the selection of Neil A. Armstrong
and eight others as new astronauts.
1976 - NASA unveiled the space shuttle Enterprise in Palmdale, CA.
1984 - 9,706 immigrants became naturalized citizens when they were sworn
in by U.S. Vice-President George Bush in Miami, FL. It was the largest
group to become U.S. citizens.
1984 - Gordon P. Getty was named the richest person in the U.S. His
fortune was $4.1 billion.
1991 - The United Nations General Assembly opened its 46th session. The
new members were Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, North and South Korea,
Micronesia and the Marshall Islands.
1992 - Lawrence Walsh called a halt to his probe of the Iran-Contra
scandal. The investigation had lasted 5 1/2 years.
1998 - The United States government offered a reward for the capture of
Haroun Fazil for his role in the U.S. bombing in Kenya on August 7,
1998 - The U.S. announced a plan that would compensate victims in the
Kenya and Tanzania U.S. Embassy bombings on August 7, 1998.
2001 - Wall Street trading resumed for the first time since the Sept. 11
terrorist attacks - its longest shutdown since the Depression; the Dow
lost 684.81 points, its worst one-day point drop to date.
2003 - New York Stock Exchange chairman Dick Grasso resigned amid a
furor over his $139.5 million pay package.
2011 - A demonstration calling itself Occupy Wall Street began in New
Russia: ‘Free Syrian Army No Longer Exists’; Rebels Are Coordinating
CNS News - Russia on Tuesday accused the West of ignoring its warnings
about the growing terrorist threat in Syria, and claimed that the
moderate rebel front – the one the Obama administration wants to arm as
part of its anti-ISIS strategy – “no longer exists.”
Al-Qaeda seeks to unite Islamic Front ahead of US airstrikes in Syria
RT - Al-Qaeda has urged militant groups in Iraq and Syria to put their
differences aside and unite against a US coalition which will strike
against the Islamic State (IS). There are reports that IS has gone
underground following the US airstrike announcement.
Washington's Bait-And-Switch: NATO Armed Kiev Under Cover Of Ceasefire
Zero Hedge - Just over ten days ago, as the pro-independence forces in
east Ukraine were on the march with significant gains on the
battlefield, a ceasefire was signed in Minsk, Belarus. It turns out to
be a grotesque sleight of hand...
Dozens of children feared dead after being injected with 'tainted’
measles vaccine in Syria
The Telegraph - As many as 36 children were reported to have died
excruciating deaths last night after receiving tainted measles vaccines
under a UN-sponsored programme in the rebel-held north of Syria.
German virologist says world has lost Sierra Leone and Liberia to Ebola;
should focus on containing disease
(NaturalNews) A prominent doctor from the Bernhard Nocht Institute for
Tropical Medicine in Hamburg, Germany, says the window has officially
closed on containing the Ebola outbreak, apart from massive
Russia to boost Crimea troop numbers, worries over military build-up at
RT - Russia is going to increase its military presence on the Crimean
Peninsula as “the situation in Ukraine has escalated sharply,” Russian
Defense Minister announced.
Ruble plunges to new lows, authorities tell Russians not to panic
AFP - Russian authorities told people not to panic on Tuesday as the
battered ruble plunged to record lows, floored by tensions with the West
over Ukraine, new sanctions and falling oil prices.
Canada Hits Russia with New Sanctions Over Ukraine
RIA Novosti - The Canadian Foreign Ministry on Tuesday unveiled new
sanctions against Russian military officials, defense companies and
largest state-owned lender Sberbank.
New Sanctions Against Russia Could Deal Big Blow To ExxonMobil
oilprice.com - On Friday, the United States and the European Union
imposed a new round of sanctions on Russia in response to Moscow’s
intervention in eastern Ukraine and following its annexation of the
Crimean peninsula in March. The goal is to clamp down further on the
Russian economy, but it will significantly affect the drilling plans of
western oil giants ExxonMobil and BP.
Syria gains ground against ISIL
Press TV - The Syrian army continues to destroy foreign backed
militants’ hideouts in Eastern Ghouta near Syrian capital Damascus.
Scottish independence exclusive: Millions of banknotes sent to Scotland
in case Yes vote sparks run on ATMs
The Independent - Britain’s banks have been quietly moving millions of
banknotes north of the border to cope with any surge in demand by Scots
to withdraw cash in the event of a Yes vote in Thursday's independence
referendum, it has emerged.
6,000 U.N. peacekeepers not trained to fight Ebola
WND - As the unprecedented Ebola outbreak in West Africa, dubbed “World
War E,” rages out of control, the United Nations is admitting the
approximately 6,000 peacekeepers still in Liberia are not trained in
health care operations.
Ocean hits record high for radioactive Strontium at all 6 locations near
ENENews - This newly published data shows record levels of Strontium-90
have been detected at all 6 seawater monitoring locations in front of
the destroyed reactors. At 3 of 6 locations levels are around triple the
previous record set last year.
U.S. News, Politics & Government
CCHR Says Congress Should Look at Conflicts of Interest of
Psychiatric Studies the VA Relies Upon Regarding Veteran
Suicides, Sudden Deaths and Psychotropic Drugs
Citizens Commission on Human Rights, the nation's leading mental
health watchdog, in its latest article, says that Congress
should look into possible conflicts of interest on the part of
psychiatrists whose antidepressant studies that the Veterans
Administration relies upon, as it may provide answers to why
suicides linked to antidepressants and sudden deaths from
antipsychotics are not being investigated.
US will have ‘many more’ 9/11s if it fails to act against
Islamic State – House Rep
Rt - If the US fails to attack Islamic State (IS) militants in
Iraq and Syria, the country could face the prospect of “many”
terrorist attacks similar to September 11, a top-ranking
Democrat says. It comes as the House debates arming Syrian
rebels to fight IS.
Call your Rep TODAY: Vote ‘NO’ on Military Aid to Syrian
Washington’s Blog - It is now beyond dispute that the U.S. and
its allies have armed ISIS and its allies. That hasn’t worked
out so well …
Mike Brown jury gets extension, charges for Ferguson officer may
be delayed until January
RT - A St. Louis judge has granted an extension to the grand
jury that has been tasked with deciding whether to charge a
Ferguson police officer in the fatal shooting of teenager
Michael Brown. The jury now has until January 7 to decide on an
LA School District Police Get Armored Vehicle, Grenade Launchers
Paul Joseph Watson - Questions are being asked as to why the Los
Angeles School District police needs equipment previously used
in Iraq after officials admitted they had acquired a
20-foot-long armored vehicle as well as grenade launchers from
the U.S. military.
Pentagon: US ground troops may join Iraqis in combat against
The Guardian - The Pentagon leadership suggested to a Senate
panel on Tuesday that US ground troops may directly join Iraqi
forces in combat against the Islamic State (Isis), despite US
president Barack Obama’s repeated public assurances against US
ground combat in the latest Middle Eastern war.
Angry McCain Admits Meeting With ISIS, Scolds Rand Paul For Not
Steve Watson -“Has Rand Paul ever been to Syria? Has he ever met
with ISIS?” In a weak effort to smear Rand Paul, war hawk
Senator John McCain attempted to argue that the Kentucky Senator
doesn’t have the authority to disagree with US policies
regarding ISIS because he hasn’t met up with members of the
terror group, unlike McCain himself.
HuffPo: Raise Taxes and Bring Back Draft to Fight ISIS
Kurt Nimmo - H.A. Goodman, a regular at The Huffington Post,
Salon and a former State Department employee, believes the only
way to fight the Islamic State is to confiscate more hard-earned
dollars from the American people and bring back conscription.
Illegals rushing border fearing U.S. crackdown
Washington Examiner - The summer lull in illegal border
crossings from Mexico is about to give way to a rush of even
more immigrants in a frenzy of fear that Washington is about to
shut the door, according to several Hispanic leaders.
Texas Man Gets Prison After Smuggling Grenades for Mexican
Breitbart - Texas border man who smuggled grenade launchers for
drug cartels has been sentenced to more than 6 years in prison.
On Monday evening in McAllen, U.S. District Judge Micaela
Alvarez sentenced 27-year-old Erik Perez Bazan to 75 months in
prison and a three year term of supervised release.
Obama renews call for gun control on anniversary of Navy Yard
The Hill - President Obama called on Americans to renew the push
for gun-control legislation in a statement Tuesday marking the
one-year anniversary of the shooting at the Washington Navy
Girl Suspended for ‘Drug Possession’ After Teachers See Pot
Reference in Personal Diary
Mikael Thalen - “It was a personal notebook. It wasn’t a school
notebook she had to turn in,” Grayhorse told the Springfield
News-Leader. “She didn’t write anything about being in al-Qaida,
she didn’t write about giving (marijuana) to anybody else, so
why did she receive such a harsh punishment?”
FBI Investigates: Teen In A Coma After Cop Deploys Taser During
Routine Traffic Stop
Adan Salazar - Medical team had to resuscitate teen after he
stopped breathing for five minutes. A 17-year-old boy went into
a coma and is in critical condition after a Missouri police
officer Tasered him into compliance during a routine traffic
Janet Yellen Trolls America’s Poor: Tells Them It Is Important
To Get Rich
Zero Hedge - The Fed Chairman has some words of encouragement
for the tens of millions of Americans who live at or below the
poverty level, including that threatened with extinction class,
affectionately known as "the middle." Her message? Build assets,
or said otherwise... get rich.
United Airlines Offers Up To $100,000 If Workers Leave
govtslaves.info - United Airlines and union officials said
Monday that eligible flight attendants will be paid up to
$100,000 to leave the company through a voluntary buyout, in a
deal that aims to end furloughs at the over-staffed airline.
The Number Of Volcanic Eruptions Is Increasing And That Could
Lead To An Extremely Cold Winter
Economic Collapse - The number of volcanoes that are erupting
continues to rise, and scientists cannot seem to explain why
this is happening. In 2013, we witnessed the most volcanic
eruptions worldwide that we have ever seen in a single year, and
this increased activity has carried over into 2014.
Odile Poised to Bring Catastrophic Flooding to Southwest US
accuweather.com - Odile will unload tremendous rainfall over a
large part of the Southwest United States that will run off the
mountains and into the desert valleys and plains through the end
of the week. According to Western Weather Expert Ken Clark,
"There is the potential for devastating, catastrophic and
historic flooding in this scenario."
Watch out, California’s self-driving car permits take effect
Ars Technica - On Tuesday, permits for self-driving cars issued
by the California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) took effect
for the first time. Applications for the permits began in May
2014. Only the Volkswagen Group (which includes Volkswagen and
Audi cars among others), Mercedes Benz, and Google have been
issued permits for their 29 total vehicles.
MIT/DARPA: “Cheetah” Robot Runs and Jumps, Untethered, Across
Blacklisted News - Speed and agility are hallmarks of the
cheetah: The big predator is the fastest land animal on Earth,
able to accelerate to 60 mph in just a few seconds. As it ramps
up to top speed, a cheetah pumps its legs in tandem, bounding
until it reaches a full gallop.
Lack of Net Neutrality Threatens Unbiased Journalism – Deadline
for Net Neutrality is Fast Approaching
Natural Society - A mere 6 corporations already control 90% of
all media – that includes television, magazines, newspapers,
Hollywood movies, and even, to some degree, the Internet. Now
things may get worse with our most free information resource.
New Social Network For “Elites” Has $9,000 Membership Fee
govtslaves.info - Are you a 1-percenter who needs a safe social
media outlet to talk about your first-world problems, without
the risk of alienating your commoner friends? Now you have an
alternative to the impoverished unwashed masses of Facebook.
Enter Netropolitan.club, an exclusive digital country club —
essentially, Facebook for rich people.
Feds Say Cannabis Is Not Medicine While Holding The Patent on Cannabis
Ben Swann - For those who believe in marijuana and cannabis freedom, the
future has never been brighter. Right now there is an awakening to the
benefits of cannabis for medicinal purposes, specifically something
called CBD oil. But is the new CBD craze being manipulated by media and
politicians? If it weren’t we wouldn’t need to do a show about it.
Key antioxidant and trace mineral compounds that improve blood sugar
(NaturalNews) When we eat sugar or carbohydrates our digestive system
converts these larger molecules into glucose, which is then absorbed
into the bloodstream and taken to cells throughout the body. Blood sugar
fuels cells, keeping them healthy, making it critical to maintain stable
blood sugar levels. Key antioxidant and trace mineral compounds have
been shown to improve blood sugar stability.
How fruit can naturally reduce your risk of cardiovascular disease
(NaturalNews) An apple a day can help keep cardiovascular disease (CVD)
away. In fact, a seven year study out of China indicates that you can
cut your risk of CVD by up to 40% by eating a piece of fruit every
single day, and the more you eat the more you can reduce your disk of
Study links processed table salt to autoimmune disease
(NaturalNews) Processed foods and the loads of nutrient-stripped salt
that they typically contain could be a leading cause of autoimmune
disease, according to new research. Scientists from Yale University and
the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg in Germany found that excess
consumption of refined and processed salt increases one's risk of
developing conditions like asthma, eczema, alopecia and multiple
Nestlé Removes GMO Ingredients from Baby Foods in South Africa, Not USA
Natural Society - Why has Nestlé removed GMOs (genetically modified
organisms) from baby foods and formulas in South Africa and not in the
Indigenous Chinese Herb Regrows Hair By Halting Cell Suicide
Natural Society - An herb indigenous to China, dong quai, in addition to
treating fatigue and high blood pressure, has now been shown to
naturally regrow hair.
- September 16, 2014 - Today in History:
1782 - The Great Seal of the United States was impressed on document to
negotiate a prisoner of war agreement with the British. It was the first
official use of the impression.
1810 - The Mexicans began a revolt against Spanish rule. Miguel Hidalgo
y Costilla, a Catholic priest of Spanish descent, declared Mexico's
independence from Spain in the small town of Dolores.
1893 - The "Cherokee Strip" in Oklahoma was swarmed by hundreds of
thousands of settlers.
1908 - General Motors was founded by William Crapo "Billy" Durant. The
company was formed by merging the Buick and Olds car companies.
1940 - U.S. President Roosevelt signed into law the Selective Training
and Service Act, which set up the first peacetime military draft in U.S.
1940 - Samuel T. Rayburn of Texas was elected Speaker of the U.S. House
of Representatives. He served for 17 years.
1974 - U.S. President Ford announced a conditional amnesty program for
draft-evaders and deserters during the Vietnam War.
1976 - The Episcopal Church formally approved women to be ordained as
priests and bishops.
1982 - In west Beirut, the massacre of hundreds of Palestinian men,
women and children began in refugee camps of the Lebanese Christian
1990 - An eight-minute videotape of an address by U.S. President George
H.W. Bush was shown on Iraqi television. The message warned that action
of Saddam Hussein could plunge them into a war "against the world."
1994 - Exxon Corporation was ordered by federal jury to pay $5 billion
in punitive damages to the people harmed by the 1989 Exxon Valdez spill.
1994 - Two astronauts from the space shuttle Discovery went on the first
untethered spacewalk in 10 years.
2002 - U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan announced that Iraq had
unconditionally accepted the return of U.N. weapons inspectors.
2004 - Hurricane Ivan plowed into the Gulf Coast with 130 mph wind and a
major storm surge; Ivan was blamed for at least 115 deaths, 43 in the
2007 - A deadly shooting in Baghdad involving the U.S. security firm
Blackwater USA left 17 Iraqi civilians dead.
2008 - The federal government announced an emergency $85 billion loan to
rescue AIG, the world's largest insurance company.
US launches first ‘offensive’ airstrike on ISIS near Baghdad
RT - The United States launched at least one airstrike against Islamic
State militants near Baghdad on Monday, marking the expansion of the US
military campaign against the extremist group. The airstrike was
reportedly requested by Iraqi forces under attack.
US envoy to Ukraine caught posting fake images on Twitter
RT - US ambassador to Ukraine Geoffrey Pyatt has been caught posting
unverified images on his Twitter feed Monday, as he was showing off the
ongoing US-Kiev military exercises in Ukraine.
Israel nixes drone deal with Ukraine to not anger Russia – report
RT - Israel’s Foreign Ministry blocked the proposed sale of military
hardware to Ukraine to avoid a strain in relations with Russia – even
after the country’s Defense Ministry approved the transaction – Israeli
media reported. The deal with Kiev included UAVs.
'Secure West Point training': Ukrainian battalion leader lists US tour
RT - The leader of the Donbass volunteer battalion, who actively fought
in eastern Ukraine, has arrived in Washington with ambitious plans to
talk with American politicians, ask for material support and even secure
training at West Point for his commanders.
YouTube: America "Attacking" The Terrrorists It Fostered - James Corbett
on Press TV
James Corbett appears on Press TV to discuss the new American-led
coalition to attack ISIL targets in Syria and Iraq. He discusses the
hypocrisy of a country that has actively helped to foster, train, equip
and aid these terrorists presuming to then lead a military expedition
US to send 3,000 troops to Ebola danger zone as Obama administration
shuffles military's mission in Africa
Daily Mail - The Obama administration said late Monday night that the
U.S. military will set up a command post in Monrovia, Liberia, the Ebola
200,000 from Ebola countries have visas to enter U.S.
Washington Examiner - “Based on State Department nonimmigrant visa
issuance statistics, I estimate that there are about 5,000 people in
Guinea, 5,000 people in Sierra Leone, and 3,500 people in Liberia who
possess visas to come to the United States today,” said Jessica M.
Vaughan, director of policy studies at the Center for Immigration
Liberia fires 10 government officials who fled the country fearing Ebola
(NaturalNews) Six assistant ministers, two deputy ministers and two
commissioners have left Liberia "without an excuse." The Ebola pandemic,
which has taken the lives of more than 1,100 in Liberia alone, has
government workers running for their lives.
The Ebola Epidemic Silver-Lining: IMF Bailouts For Everyone
Zero Hedge - All three major Ebola-suffering countries were already in
bailout programs ($200mm loan in 2012 for Guinea, $100mm loan for Sierra
Leone, and $80mm credit facility for Liberia) but with the "world
community taking forever to respond," The IMF is happy to step in and
secure some assets / lend over $100mm more to each nation to fill
Computer Models Tell Us That This Ebola Pandemic Could Soon Kill
Economic Collapse - We could potentially be on the verge of the greatest
health crisis that any of us have ever seen. The number of Ebola cases
in Africa has approximately doubled over the past three weeks, and
scientific computer models tell us that this Ebola pandemic could
ultimately end up killing millions of us - especially if it starts
spreading on other continents.
No need for Arab states to strike ISIL: Iraqi president
Press TV - The remarks by President Massoum come as certain Arab states
have been among the main supporters of the Takfiri militants over the
Iran refuses to help 'self-serving' US fight ISIS
RT - Iran has refused an offer from the United States to join a global
alliance preparing to combat Islamic State militants, according to
Iran's supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.
US-led military drill begins in western Ukraine
Press TV - According to the US army, the troops come from 12 NATO
members, including Germany, the UK, Poland, Norway and Canada, as well
as non-members Azerbaijan, Georgia and Moldova. The eleven-day drills
will take place near the western city of Yavoriv and will not involve
the live firing of weapons.
Sanctions against Russia could spur $150 oil – Former BP chief
RT - Western sanctions against Russia, coupled with ongoing political
instability in Libya and the advance of ISIS militants in Iraq, could
leave the global oil supply exposed and push up oil prices to $150 per
barrel, former BP chief Tony Hayward has warned.
UK rules out trying to save Briton held by ISIS
RT - Britain has said it will not try and rescue one of its citizens who
has been threatened with execution by Islamic State. The country’s
Foreign Minister said nothing would be done because "we don't know where
he is, it's as simple as that."
Ron Paul: Will The Swiss Vote To Get Their Gold Back?
Liberty Crier - On November 30th, voters in Switzerland will head to the
polls to vote in a referendum on gold. On the ballot is a measure to
prohibit the Swiss National Bank (SNB) from further gold sales, to
repatriate Swiss-owned gold to Switzerland, and to mandate that gold
make up at least 20 percent of the SNB’s assets.
U.S. News, Politics & Government
Obama Fourth President in a Row to Go on Prime-Time TV to
Announce Bombing of Iraq
AllGov - Obama is the fourth president in a row to go on
television and tell his fellow Americans that the skies over
Iraq will soon be filled with U.S. warplanes laden with enough
ordnance to turn some village into kindling.
U.S. Pushes Back Against Warnings That ISIS Plans to Enter From
NY Times - As the Obama administration and the American public
have focused their attention on ISIS in recent weeks,
conservative groups and leading Republicans have issued stark
warnings like those that ISIS and other extremists from Syria
are planning to enter the country illegally from Mexico.
Obama Admits ISIS Beheading Videos Help White House Agenda
Paul Joseph Watson - A New York Times report concerning Barack
Obama’s military policy towards Islamic State paraphrases the
President as acknowledging the fact that the recent spate of
ISIS beheading videos has helped the White House galvanize
public opinion behind Washington’s policy in the middle east.
Breaking: Benghazi Documents Scrubbed in State Department
The Daily Sheeple - A former State Department official has come
forward with a shocking – and damning – allegation about the
Benghazi scandal. Sharyl Attkisson at The Daily Signal broke the
Flashback: Ebola Goes Airborne, Causes Outbreak in Medical Lab
Kit Daniels - A mutated Ebola virus likely spread through the
ventilation system of a Virginia medical lab in 1989 and
infected dozens of monkeys in separate research rooms,
highlighting the current potential of an airborne Ebola strain
killing millions of people.
Obamacare Leaves Family “Shocked and Horrified” by Medical
The Daily Sheeple - For the last nine years, Curran’s family has
been covered under a private health insurance plan provided by
her husband’s employer. That plan was affordable, and the family
was never denied coverage for a claim. Obamacare changed
Ron Paul's 'Audit the Fed' returns to Congress
(Washington Times) Ron Paul may not be in Congress anymore, but
his “Audit the Fed” bill lives on after him. House Republican
leaders scheduled a vote on the legislation for sometime in the
next week, as one of a series of pre-election bills designed to
highlight lawmakers’ stances just before they go home to face
receives 125 death claims for ignition defect
CNBC News - General Motors announced Monday that it has received
445 claims related to its faulty ignition switches, 125 of which
include a death.
German Scientists Ridicule New York Climate Conference As Major
World Leaders Decline To Show Up
notrickszone.com - As opposed to the UN General Secretary, many
world leaders have obviously realized that the science is
overheated. An increasing number of scientists are distancing
themselves explicitly from the catastrophe mindset. After 16
years of no global warming, the basis for trust between
policymaking and the IPCC scientists is sustainably disturbed.
People's Climate March' Tied to International Corporations
Global Un-Warming? Antarctic Sea-Ice Reaches Record High Levels
Zero Hedge - In what appears to be an awkward moment of
uncomfortable fact, ABC reports satellite imagery reveals an
area of about 20 million square kilometres covered by sea ice
around the Antarctic continent - the highest level of coverage
since records began.
Reno, Sparks fire chiefs call for smart meter probe
RGJ - The Reno and Sparks fire chiefs are asking the Public
Utilities Commission to investigate the safety of smart meters
installed by NV Energy on homes throughout the state in the wake
of a troubling spate of blazes they believe are associated with
the meters, including one recent fire that killed a 61-year-old
Heal your thyroid with natural compounds
(NaturalNews) One of the fastest rising health conditions in the US is
hypothyroidism. The most common symptoms experienced are lethargy,
depression and weight gain. Some of the newest reports are estimating
that 15-30% of the population may have thyroid problems. Heal your
thyroid with natural compounds that support the hypothalamus, pituitary,
adrenals and thyroid.
B vitamins, your mental health & your wellbeing
(NaturalNews) B vitamins are essential to many functions of the body.
They aid in breaking down simple carbohydrates into glucose, the fuel
for the brain and the body.
Office plants can increase productivity by 15% and improve overall
(NaturalNews) The University of Exeter in England coordinated a study
that concluded late summer 2014 on increasing office productivity by
placing indoor plants in actual working offices.
Mammography False Alarms Linked with Later Tumor Risk
Dr. Mercola - One of the reasons why you must carefully consider the
decision to have a mammogram is due to their high rate of false
positives. A false positive occurs when a mammogram suggests a woman has
cancer when none actually exists. In the US, the risk of having a
false-positive test over 10 mammograms is a concerning 58 percent to 77
Scientists Find Oxygen-Rich Conditions Halt Spread of Breast Cancer
Natural Society - One new study indicates low-oxygen levels could be to
blame for the spread of cancer, giving scientists clues to more
Statin Drugs Linked to Thyroid Cancer in Women
Green Med Info - A concerning new study published in the journal
Clinical Epidemiology has found that "statin use is associated with
thyroid cancer in female patients."
New Study: People with Sleep Apnea 3x more Likely to Get Cancer
Natural Society - The American Academy of Sleep Medicine has just
published a study in the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine concluding
that people with sleep disorders suffer from cancer three times more
frequently, stroke 4 times more often, and a list of other diseases from
pneumonia to depression than those who have a healthy sleep schedule.
Indigo Rose Tomatoes Contain An Antioxidant That Fights Diabetes, Cancer
and Neurodegenerative Diseases
preventdisease.com - Not only do dark tomatoes turn heads, but they are
also healthier than normal red varieties, according to plant scientists.
Indigo Rose Tomatoes were cultivated by breeding red and purple tomato
plants, and are being heralded as a new superfood with potent
- September 15, 2014 - Today in History:
1775 - An early and unofficial American flag was raised by
Lieutenant Colonel Isaac Mott after the seizing of Fort Johnson from the
British. The flag was dark blue with the white word "Liberty" spelled on
1776 - British forces occupied New York City during the American
1789 - The U.S. Department of Foreign Affairs was renamed the Department
1858 - The first mail service begins to the Pacific Coast of the U.S.
under government contract. Coaches from the Butterfield Overland Mail
Company took 12 days to make the journey between Tipton, MO and San
1923 - Oklahoma was placed under martial law by Gov. John Calloway
Walton due to terrorist activity by the Ku Klux Klan. After this
declaration national newspapers began to expose the Klan and its
1928 - Alexander Fleming discovered the antibiotic penicillin in the
mold Penicillium notatum.
1935 - The Nuremberg Laws were enacted by Nazi Germany. The act stripped
all German Jews of their civil rights and the swastika was made the
official symbol of Nazi Germany.
1959 - Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev arrived in the U.S. to begin a
1961 - The U.S. resumed underground testing of nuclear weapons.
1990 - France announced that it would send an additional 4,000 soldiers
to the Persian Gulf. They also expelled Iraqi military attaches in
1994 - U.S. President Clinton told Haiti's military leaders "Your time
is up. Leave now or we will force you from power."
2001 - President George W. Bush identified Osama bin Laden as the prime
suspect in the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks and told Americans to prepare
for a long, difficult war against terrorism.
2008 - Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. filed for bankruptcy protection –
the largest in U.S. history.
Obama threatens to oust Assad if US planes downed in Syrian airspace
Press TV - US President Barack Obama has threatened to wipe out Syria’s
air defense system and topple the Syrian government if President Bashar
al-Assad ordered his forces to shoot American planes entering Syrian
Over 2,700 Iraq air missions preceded Obama’s anti-ISIS campaign
RT - The US Air Force and Navy had carried out over 2,700 missions
against the Islamic State in Iraq, including more actual airstrikes than
previously stated by the US administration, even before Obama’s expanded
military campaign against the group had begun.
UK's Cameron resists calls for air strikes despite hostage killing
(Reuters) - Britain resisted pressure on Sunday to join the United
States in announcing air strikes against Islamic State after the
militant group beheaded David Haines, a British hostage, and threatened
to kill another Briton.
EU members purchased oil from ISIL: Official
Press TV - A senior European Union official has revealed that some EU
member states have purchased oil from ISIL Takfiri militants despite
their rhetoric against the group.
France begins reconnaissance flights over Iraq
Press TV - France has joined Britain in carrying out reconnaissance
flights over Iraq in support of the US campaign against the Takfiri ISIL
Nearly 1,000 Frenchmen join jihad, dozens of women and kids 'stopped en
RT - About 930 France’s residents and citizens, including 60 women, are
either already fighting in Iraq and Syria or are planning to go there,
the country’s interior minister said. Dozens of women and children were
stopped on their way there.
US-led military drill begins in western Ukraine
Press TV - The military drill, dubbed “Rapid Trident 14,” started early
Monday near Ukraine’s border with Poland and involves 1,300 troops from
over a dozen countries. According to the US army, the troops come from
12 NATO members, including Germany, the UK, Poland, Norway and Canada,
as well as non-members Azerbaijan, Georgia and Moldova.
Russia’s 2nd Ukraine aid convoy of 200 trucks arrives in Lugansk
RT - All 200 trucks in Russia’s 2nd convoy carrying humanitarian aid for
devastated areas of eastern Ukraine have arrived in the city of Lugansk
after weeks of delays that occurred despite an agreement on relief
corridors in the Minsk ceasefire deal.
Israeli military to discipline intel veterans over public refusal to spy
RT - The Israeli military has threatened disciplinary action against 43
veteran servicemen who signed an open letter refusing to spy on the
Palestinians for the IDF’s elite military intelligence Unit 8200.
Three US Citizens Detained in North Korea
RIA Novosti - The Supreme Court of North Korea sentenced another US
citizen, Matthew Todd Miller, for committing espionage, thus increasing
the number of Americans held against their will in the country to three.
Over 2 trillion becquerels of radioactive waste flowed from Fukushima
plant into Pacific in just 10 months
(NaturalNews) At least 2 trillion becquerels' worth of radioactive
material flowed from the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant
into the Pacific Ocean between August 2013 and May 2014, plant operator
Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) has admitted.
NATO members start supplying weapons to Kiev – Ukrainian Defense
RT - NATO member states have started supplying weapons to Ukraine, the
country’s Defense Minister said on TV. His comments came a few days
after a similar statement by a Ukrainian presidential aide sparked a
diplomatic scandal and a rash of denials.
Islamic State claims execution of UK hostage David Haines, releases
RT - Islamic State jihadists have released a video which they claim
shows the beheading of a 44-year-old British aid worker, David Haines,
who has been held hostage since his abduction last year.
"Moderate" Syrian Rebels Sign Non-Aggression Pact With ISIS; Iraq Defies
Zero Hedge - First it was the 'broad coalition' that appeared a little
narrower than President Obama explained to the world last week. Today, 2
more crucial aspects of the 'strategy' appear to be faltering. Despite
the promise of $500 million to train "moderate" Syrian terrorist/rebels
to fight ISIS, GlobalPost reports Syrian rebels and jihadists from the
Islamic State have agreed a non-aggression pact for the first time.
ISIS daily profits from oil, theft, human trafficking exceed $3mn says
RT - Islamic State radicals gain more than $3 million per day just from
oil sales, while also earning huge sums from human trafficking and
extortion, report US intelligence officials and experts. They are
wealthier than any other terror group in history.
Investors pull $27bn out of UK in one month amid fears of Scotland’s
exit says report
RT - Almost $27 billion of financial assets were pulled out of Britain
in August in the run up to Scotland’s vote on independence, according to
a new report by a London-based consultancy comparing the capital outflow
to the Lehman Brothers collapse in 2008.
Diabolical Deceptions, Dengue Fever and Dirty Nuclear Politics
Activist Post - The Japanese government may have been involved in
hanky-panky by using dengue fever in order to scare the public away from
gathering in Tokyo's major parks and prevent any huge anti-nuclear p
Toxic Glyphosate Herbicides Fly Under the EU’s Regulatory Radar
Sustainable Pulse - The widely used herbicide glyphosate has been judged
‘safe’, write Pete Farrer & Marianne Falck. But by the time it’s used,
it’s in a ‘formulation’ with toxic surfactants, which escape EU
regulation despite their known dangers. Germany alone has forbidden the
use of the most dangerous surfactant – but is keeping its evidence
‘Want to make yourself sick with McDonald’s? Pay more!’ Ecuador to
introduce fast food tax
RT - Ecuador’s leftist president Rafael Correa is taking on US-owned
fast food chains in a bid to combat the escalating obesity problem in
U.S. News, Politics & Government
Senators: Curbing NSA could help ISIS
The Hill - Critics of a proposal to reform the National Security
Agency (NSA) say the rising threat of terrorism in the Middle
East should give lawmakers pause as they consider harnessing the
government’s spy powers.
21-agency mock nuclear explosion drill being conducted next week
kotatv.com - Emergency planners are preparing for the worst next
Tuesday and Wednesday. Regional West Medical Center is
participating in a 21 – agency emergency disaster next week. The
scenario? A nuclear explosion near Interstate 80.
U.S. government to buy 160,000 Ebola hazmat suits to prepare for
full-blown global pandemic
(NaturalNews) The U.S. State Department has just put out a bid
for 160,000 Ebola hazmat suits, announced a U.S. manufacturer
called "Lakeland Industries." The company's press release,
published at Yahoo Finance, reads...
'His hands were up!' New footage shows Ferguson witnesses
reacting to teen's death (VIDEO)
RT - New footage of the moments just after Ferguson, Missouri
teenager Michael Brown was killed by a local police officer
indicates that a witness on the scene said the unarmed
18-year-old’s hands were raised while he was fatally shot.
VIDEO: Sandy Hook Mystery – Is Nancy Lanza Alive?
The Daily Sheeple - These videos have been censored and removed
from sites like Daily Motion. Why is that?
Government threatened Foley family before son’s execution
Ben Swann - According to ABC News, Diane Foley, the mother of
James, said they were threatened with lawsuits multiple times if
they had gone through with paying the ransom. “We were told that
several times and we took it as a threat and it was appalling.”
US govt warned Sotloff's parents of prosecution if they paid
ransom - family spox
RT - The parents of murdered journalist Steven Sotloff, who was
killed by Islamic State extremists, were warned by the White
House that they could face criminal prosecution if they paid a
ransom to free their son, the family spokesperson told Yahoo
US failure to see Saudi role in 9/11 contributed to rise of ISIS
RT - Failure by the US to investigate Saudi Arabia’s connection
to the 9/11 attacks is among the factors that led to the rise of
ISIS, Bob Graham, a former senator and co-chairman of the
official inquiry into 9/11, told The Independent in an
Debunking the "The Saudis did 9-11" nonsense!
MIke Rivero - And finally, here is some common sense that
totally undermines the attempt to frame Saudi Arabia for 9-11.
If Saudi Arabia really wanted to hurt the United States, they
don't need to fly airplanes into skyscrapers to do it. All they
have to do is ask for their money back, all at once. The
resulting damage to the US financial system would make 9-11 look
like a minor inconvenience in comparison.
Cop Slams Handcuffed Man Into Wall, Breaks Collar Bone
Liberty Crier - A Charlotte -Mecklenburg police officer has been
charged with assault after slamming a suspect into a wall,
according to CMPD. Police charged Jason Van Aken with assault
inflicting serious injury and simple assault after he pushed
suspect into a wall that was in handcuffs.
5 Reasons to Expect Police Brutality to Get Worse Before it Gets
The Daily Sheeple - Is police brutality and misconduct actually
getting worse, or are portable video recorders allowing us to
just now see what’s been happening all along? More importantly,
is this situation going to improve any time soon?
The U.S. National Debt Has Grown By More Than A Trillion Dollars
In The Last 12 Months
Economic Collapse - The idea that the Obama administration has
the budget deficit under control is a complete and total lie.
Kohl's And The Rest Of The Retailers Are In Deep Trouble
Zero Hedge - When you see the headlines touting strong retail
sales, you need to consider what you are actually seeing in the
real world. RadioShack will be filing for bankruptcy within
months. Wet Seal will follow. Sears is about two years from a
bankruptcy filing. JC Penney’s turnaround is a sham....
Inflation Watch: How Much $1 Used To Get You!
Zero Hedge - Despite promises that inflation is "contained," the
dollar ain't quite what it used to be...
Living near fracking sites deteriorates health - study
RT - Those who live in close proximity to fracking sites
exhibited a greater likelihood to suffer skin and respiratory
problems than those who lived farther away from natural gas
wells, according to a new study of Pennsylvania’s Marcellus
Desperate Californians steal water from fire hydrants as rich
community pays half a million dollars for overwatering lawns
(NaturalNews) The ongoing water crisis in California has sparked
an apparent crime wave in some parts of the state, with
desperate residents illegally taking water from fire hydrants in
the middle of the night to keep their lawns green and their
Does this Video Contain The Best Evidence For Chemtrails?
The Daily Sheeple - This video may be proof positive that our
government is engaging in a widespread campaign to manipulate
our weather with toxic chemicals and heavy metals.
List of excuses for ‘the pause’ in global warming is now up to
Watts Up With That? - An updated list of at least 52 excuses for
the 18-26 year statistically significant ‘pause’ in global
warming, including recent scientific papers, media quotes, blogs,
and related debunkings...
Fracking or drinking water? That may become the choice
CNBC News - Forty percent of countries with shale-rich
deposits—the types where hydraulic fracturing or "fracking" is
used to extract natural gas and oil—face water scarcity in and
around the shale deposits, according to the WRI report.
Accidental Bird Study Sounds Alarm About Common Unseen Radiation
Dr. Becker - It's radiation that surrounds us 24/7, coming from
the things we consider essential for modern living. And the most
stunning part is what can happen when levels are just 1/1,000th
of the limit the World Health Organization defines as harmless.
DARPA's Jet Pack Gives Supersoldiers a 4-Minute Mile
Activist Post - But no future soldier could be complete without
a jetpack. The Arizona State University-DARPA project is called
4MM, for 4-minute mile. Similar to the goals of the Department
of Defense's self-stated "Lucy" technology to create expert
snipers from ordinary soldiers, the Jet Pack seen in the video
below would create the highest level speed and endurance even
where none existed before.
Action Alert! Keep the Internet FREE from FCC Regulation
Activist Post - There are many threats to our free and open
Internet access, and we have made great strides in preventing
some of them, but we need to be louder than ever now. For those
who might not be familiar with what is at stake please read the
following link, which contains a key video as well...
NSA, GCHQ have secret access to German telecom networks – report
RT - US and UK intelligence services have secret access points
for German telecom companies’ internal networks, Der Spiegel
reports, citing slides created in the NSA’s ‘Treasure Map’
program used to get near-real-time visualization of the global
Your Car Isn’t
ericpetersautos.com - You paid for it – possibly making payments
on it for years. It’s your car now . . . right? Maybe. But the
data it contains effectively belongs to someone else. Don’t
believe me? Then take a look at your owner’s manual – if you own
(well, think you own) a new car.
Stanford engineers aim to connect the world with ant-sized
stanford.edu - A Stanford engineering team, in collaboration
with researchers from the University of California, Berkeley,
has built a radio the size of an ant, a device so energy
efficient that it gathers all the power it needs from the same
electromagnetic waves that carry signals to its receiving
antenna – no batteries required.
Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
Build a Basement Root Cellar
Mother Earth News - Storing crops in a passively cooled basement
root cellar is one of the most efficient ways to preserve food.
Researchers openly admit dengue vaccine would cause 7-fold spike in
(NaturalNews) A vaccine for dengue fever would actually increase rates
of dengue infection over the first few years, according to a study
conducted by researchers from Oregon State University and Clemson
University, and published in the journal Epidemiology & Infection.
Quinoa's many health benefits
(NaturalNews) One of quinoa's biggest draws, particularly for
vegetarians and vegans, is its considerable protein content. According
to Self's "NutritionData," one cup of cooked quinoa contains 16 percent
of our recommended daily allowance (RDA) of protein. (2) Moreover, this
protein contains all eight essential amino acids, making quinoa a rare
example of a plant-based complete protein source (most plant foods are
deficient in some amino acids, such as lysine).
Your lymphatic system - why and how to get it moving
(NaturalNews) When the lymphatic system is not working properly, our
bodies cannot remove toxins; fight viral, fungal, and bacterial disease;
or regulate the amount of fluid in our tissues.
Pathogens on Planes: How to Stay Healthy in Flight
Dr. Mercola - Germs can linger for many days on airplane seats, tray
tables, and door handles, but using these tips can help you avoid
Elderberry Extract: Nature’s “Tamiflu”
Natural Blaze - The most important weapon against influenza that you can
add to your herbal arsenal is elderberry extract. Whether you are
concerned with the seasonal flu or the potential of a deadly strain of
influenza becoming pandemic, elderberry extract is a vital addition to
your vault of flu remedies.
7 Essential Foods for Your Gut
Organic Gardening - Your gut is like a forest, full of diverse life
that—if kept in check—helps your whole natural system flourish. The
problem is, food isn’t as simple as it used to be, and modern cuisine,
even modern medicine like antibiotics, can do a real number on the
biodiversity in your digestive tract—your beneficial bacteria.
Sapota Shown To Stop Cancer And 3-Fold Increase In Life Span
preventdisease.com - Sapodilla or sapota (chikoo) is a popular delicious
tropical fruit in line with mango and kiwi. It has now joined the list
of fruits that have proven anticancer properties.
New anti-obesity pill to help curb appetite of 78mn Americans
RT - US regulators have approved a weight-loss drug called Contrave, the
third type of such prescription medication introduced in over 10 years,
despite carrying some possible heavy side-effects of its own. [...]
because the pill contains an antidepressant, the FDA said Contrave would
carry a warning about the “risk of suicidal thoughts” when taking the
Microplastics in Beer?
Natural Blaze - The researchers tested 24 brands of German beer for
microplastics, and found that every last bottle was contaminated with
the stuff. (Another gross-out factor: One brand even contained a nearly
whole insect, and three had glass shards floating around.)
10 most most popular brands and Widely used filtering material adds
arsenic to beers
- September 12, 2014 - Today in History:
1814 - During the War of 1812, the Battle of North Point was fought in
1878 - Patent litigation involving the Bell Telephone Company against
Western Union Telegraph Company and Elisha Gray began. The issues were
over various telephone patents.
1914 - The first battle of Marne ended when the allied forces stopped
the German offensive in France.
1918 - During World War I, At the Battle of St. Mihiel, U.S. Army
personnel operate tanks for the first time. The tanks were French-built.
1938 - In a speech, Adolf Hitler demanded self-determination for the
Sudeten Germans in Czechoslovakia.
1943 - During World War II, Benito Mussolini was taken by German
paratroopers from the Italian government that was holding him.
1944 - U.S. Army troops entered Germany, near Trier, for the first time
during World War II.
1974 - Violence occurred on the opening day of classes in Boston, MA,
due opposition to court-ordered school "busing."
1991 - The space shuttle Discovery took off on a mission to deploy an
observatory that was to study the Earth's ozone layer.
2002 - President George W. Bush told the UN to confront the "grave and
gathering danger" of Saddam Hussein's Iraq or stand aside as the U.S.
2003 - Country musician Johnny Cash died at age 71.
2005 - Federal Emergency Management Agency director Michael Brown
resigned, 3 days after losing his command of the Hurricane Katrina
2006 - In a speech in his native Germany, Pope Benedict XVI quoted from
an obscure medieval text that characterized some teachings of Islam's
founder as "evil and inhuman," unleashing a torrent of rage across the
2008 - A commuter train engineer ran a red light while text messaging on
his cell phone and struck a freight train head-on in Los Angeles,
killing himself and 24 other people.
EU publishes Russia sanctions list: Energy, finance, defense targeted
RT - Arms producer Kalashnikov and oil giant Rosneft are among Russian
companies hit by a new round of EU sanctions, which have come into
effect Friday morning upon being published in the EU Official Journal.
CIA estimates 20k-30k fighters in Syria, Iraq after Obama pledges to
RT - The Central Intelligence Agency believes the Islamic State militant
group “can muster between 20,000 and 31,500 fighters” throughout both
Iraq and Syria, CNN reports.
Russia Warns Obama's "Two-Faced" Strategy In Syria Will Lead To "Huge
Escalation In Middle East & Africa"
Zero Hedge - If the West bombs Islamic State militants in Syria without
consulting Damascus, LiveLeak reports that the anti-ISIS alliance may
use the occasion to launch airstrikes against President Bashar Assad’s
forces, according to Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov.
Europe's biggest rally ever? Up to 2 million Catalans march for
RT - Hundreds of thousands of Catalans have flooded the streets of
Barcelona in the region’s national day to demand the right to vote on
independence from Spain. The demonstrators have formed a big V in red
and yellow, symbolizing “vote.”
Bankrupt Spain to spend 1 billion Euros on riot gear
Kiev, Ukraine militias exchange prisoners
RT - The prisoners’ exchange is underway between self-defense forces of
the Donetsk People’s Republic and the Ukrainian Army. A move was
stipulated as one of the key issues of the Minsk ceasefire agreement
reached between the two sides last week.
Liberia runs out of hospital beds as Ebola cases increase exponentially,
overwhelming healthcare system
(NaturalNews) As West Africa's Ebola epidemic continues to worsen, local
healthcare systems are being completely overwhelmed. In Liberia, the
World Health Organization (WHO) reports, there is not a single bed
available for any more patients.
Taxis are a dangerous source of Ebola virus infections in Liberia, WHO
(NaturalNews) Hailing a cab could increase your risk of Ebola,
especially if you live in West Africa. This is the latest warning from
the World Health Organization (WHO), which says that both
motorbike-taxis and regular taxis are "a hot source of potential virus
transmission," and that people need to be wary of what they touch when
Finance, energy & defense sectors: EU and US set to impose new Russia
RT - President Putin’s spokesman, Dmitry Peskov, said that new EU
sanctions make no sense, as they are being introduced when Russia is
making vigorous efforts to stop the bloodshed in southeastern Ukraine.
“The EU doesn’t see, or prefers not to see, the real state of events in
[Ukraine’s] Donbass and doesn’t want to know about the efforts aimed at
settling the conflict,” Peskov said.
UK, Germany reject joint strikes against ISIL in Syria
Press TV - Some US allies, including the United Kingdom and Germany,
have refused to join Washington’s planned military campaign against ISIL
terrorists in war-ravaged Syria.
Turkey won’t allow US to use its bases against ISIL: Official
Press TV - Turkish government says it will not allow a US-led military
coalition to use its air bases in order to launch attacks on ISIL
terrorists’ hideouts in neighboring Iraq and Syria.
Syria, Russia oppose unilateral US strikes against ISIL
Press TV - Russian Foreign Ministry spokesman, Alexander Lukashevich,
said on Thursday that potential US airstrikes against the ISIL in Syria
would be considered a gross violation of international law..... The
Russian spokesman also accused the United States of double standards
over its support for the opposition in Syria.
US, Saudis to target Syria’s Assad along with ISIL: Analyst
Press TV - Secretary of State John Kerry arrived in Saudi Arabia
Thursday for talks with Arab leaders on how to fight ISIL. The trip is
part of the Obama administration’s efforts to forge “a coalition of the
willing” against ISIL. Saudi Arabia has agreed to an American request to
provide a base to train what Washington and its allies call “moderate”
elements within the Syrian insurgency.
Ebola: South African woman arrested at Lagos Airport
dailypost.ng - DailyPost has just been informed that a South African
woman identified as Folswe Elizabeth Maria has just been arrested at the
Lagos International Airport after showing signs of the dreaded Ebola
Virus Disease. Operatives at the airport arrested the woman when she
disembarked from the Air Morok flight.
U.S. News, Politics & Government
VIDEO: Militarized Police Storm NYC Streets in Post 9/11
Prison Planet.com - Infowars Reporter Joe Biggs is in Times
Square NYC on the thirteenth anniversary of 9/11 surrounded by
militarized police armed with M-4 assault rifles. A NYC resident
says this has become the new norm in downtown New York.
"Million-Dollar Parking Spots" – Peak Stupidity Has Arrived In
Zero Hedge - What will $1 million buy in New York City? A
diamond-encrusted Cartier men’s watch. A small fleet of 2014
Bentley Continentals. Or maybe your very own parking spot in
SoHo... "Parking is in serious demand and has proven an
excellent investment with no sign of a decline."
NBC Reporter: Boots Already on the Ground in Iraq
Paul Joseph Watson - During his prime time speech last night,
President Barack Obama vowed that no combat troops would fight
on foreign soil in the pursuit of ISIS, an assertion
contradicted by NBC’s chief foreign correspondent Richard Engel,
who says that U.S. boots are already on the ground in Iraq.
ISIS Threat to America a Farce
Kurt Nimmo - In the wake of Obama’s speech on ISIS Wednesday,
his former top counterterrorism adviser at the State Department,
Daniel Benjamin, told The New York Times the ISIS threat is
nothing less than a “farce.”
DHS Fines American – But Not Illegals – $5,000 For Crossing
Kit Daniels - The Department of Homeland Security has fined an
American and a Canadian $5,000 each for crossing the U.S./Canada
border, fines which are never assessed on thousands of illegal
aliens who are detained by Border Patrol daily.
Firefighters Ordered To Remove American Flag Stickers – Days
Adan Salazar - Days prior to the 13th anniversary of the 9/11
attacks, several firefighters from a Chicago suburb were
suspended after refusing to adhere to a controversial mandate
issued by the station’s fire chief. On Tuesday, four Maywood
firefighters revealed they had been suspended for displaying
patriotic stickers on their helmets and lockers.
TSA Demands to Conduct Full Body Pat Down on Man After His Plane
Paul Joseph Watson - TSA agents demanded to conduct a full body
pat down on a man after he had already landed and was set to
leave Denver Airport in a security mix up that was caught on
San Diego School Police Given Mine-Resistant Military Vehicle By
Steve Watson - The militarization of police in the US is now
even extending into school police departments, as San Diego
Unified School District Police are to receive a Mine-Resistant
Ambush Protected (MRAP) vehicle as part of the Federal
Government’s program to hand down military equipment to domestic
Missouri Senate Votes to Override Gov. Nixon's Veto of Armed
Breitbart - On September 10, the Missouri Senate voted to
override Governor Jay Nixon's (D) veto of SB 656--the
legislation to allow schools to train teachers to become "School
Protection Officers" and carry guns with which to protect
children on campus.
Missouri lawmakers override veto, approve 72-hour wait for
RT - Missouri’s Republican-dominated Legislature voted late
Wednesday to override Gov. Jay Nixon’s earlier veto of a bill
that institutes a 72-hour waiting period before a woman can have
an abortion. Missouri now has the second-strictest waiting law
in the US.
Watch: Second-Grader Reduced to Tears by Common Core Math
Breitbart - My daughter is a banner roll student who has always
had a passion to learn. Loves school and hopes to be a teacher
when she gets big. She now spends hours each night crying,
hiding and begging to not have to go back to school. Said that
she doesn't want to be a teacher anymore because she doesn't
like it anymore, school makes her cry and took the fun out of
Meet The Puppetmasters: Here Are The 25 Most Politically
Influential Billionaires In The US
Zero Hedge - It has been said, correctly, if only by those who
see beyond the false "left-right" paradigm, that those who call
the shots in US politics, and thus American socio-economics, are
not so much America's lobbying corporations, but the people
behind the corporations - i.e., those who have the money... all
How To Test For Fake Gold And Silver
Zero Hedge - In recent years, there have been extremely
concerning cases of gold counterfeit, and investors that are not
fully prepared can get duped. That’s why we worked with our
friends at Silver.com to put together this handy infographic
list of ways to test for fake gold or silver.
FEMA demands Sandy victims repay $5.8M in aid
NY Post - After Superstorm Sandy hit the East Coast nearly two
years ago, the federal government quickly sent out $1.4 billion
in emergency disaster aid to the hurricane’s victims. Now,
thousands of people might have to pay back their share.
Over 80% Of California Is Now In Extreme Drought
Zero Hedge - More than 80% of California is in extreme drought,
according to the U.S. Drought Monitor, and the state's condition
isn't expected to improve in the near future; and 100% of
California remains at least in drought for at least the 4th
month in a row... and it's spreading to the rest of the nation.
Rapid City, SD sees earliest snowfall since 1888
argusleader.com - An early September winter storm in the Black
Hills has dumped up to 8 inches of snow in the area, while Rapid
City received its earliest snowfall in more than 120 years.
Mad Science: ‘Genetically Modified Micro Humans’ to be ‘Farmed’
for Drug Testing by 2017
Christina Sarich - Developers of artificial micro-humans, or
‘mini GM humans,’ are hoping to release their technology on the
market by 2017. No this isn’t a sci-fi joke. Scientists are
developing artificial humans in the same vein as GM plants with
the hope that these creations will replace the need for using
animals in laboratory testing.
Internet Slowdown Protests Drove Over 300,000 Calls & 2 Million
Emails To Congress, Plus Another 700,000 FCC Comments
Techdirt - In discussing yesterday's internet slowdown day
protest, we noted that, at its peak, the effort was driving over
1,000 calls per minute to Congress. The final numbers are now
in, and they're amazing.
US gov’t threatened Yahoo with $250K daily fine if it didn’t use
Ars Technica - A leaked top-secret slide about PRISM shows that
Yahoo was one of the first participants, having begun
contributing to the database in March of 2008. It did so under
severe duress. Company executives believed the government's
demand for data was "unconstitutional and overbroad" and fought
it in court.
Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
Organic farm launches crowdfunding campaign to humanely raise
and breed heritage chickens
(NaturalNews) The poultry industry, and in particular organic
poultry, has exploded in popularity over the years, with more
Americans now consuming the lean white meat over beef.... One
thing that many consumers aren't aware of is that even organic
chicken comes from commercialized hatcheries, forcing farmers to
get chickens from a just handful of companies that control the
breeding process. Traditional breeding has become a thing of the
past, replaced by hybrid breeding.
How to Preserve Basil and Homemade Pesto
Mother Earth News - Fresh pesto is great in the summertime, but
it can be even more delicious in the middle of winter when you
are ready for something green.
Grow Cover Crops for the Best Garden Soil
Mother Earth News - Consider cover crops your most important
crops, because the requirements for abundant food crops —
building soil fertility, improving soil texture, suppressing
weeds, and inhibiting disease and crop-damaging insects — can be
best met by the abundant use of cover crops, season after
Excessive amounts of lead, cadmium found in Brazilian chocolate
(NaturalNews) The heart-health benefits of chocolate are well
documented in the scientific literature. But a new review by
scientists from the University of Campinas in Brazil casts a
shadow on commercial chocolate as a safe source for obtaining
these benefits, having found that many of the chocolate products
sold in Brazil contain worrying amounts of both lead and
Maine to allow companies to put carcinogenic formaldehyde in
products without informing public
(NaturalNews) The U.S. government's failure to update the
antiquated Toxic Substances Control Act of 1976 has forced
states to spearhead their own policies regarding chemical safety
More New York schools ditch Michelle Obama's totalitarian school
(NaturalNews) Forget what Michelle Obama has to say about
nutrition -- we're going back to the old ways. This is what two
more school districts in New York recently decided after
witnessing major financial losses and starving students who
simply can't stomach the First Dictator's obtuse guidelines for
"healthy" school lunches, the latest in a growing movement of
resistance against the oppressive new food guidelines.
Flaxseed May Be A Potent Ovarian Cancer KILLER
Green Med Info - Effective and safe treatments for ovarian
cancer simply do not exist today within conventional medical
practice. However, promising research indicates that flaxseed
and at least 30 other natural substances do have potent
anti-ovarian cancer properties.
5 Reasons Why You Should Eat Chia Seeds TODAY!
Natural Blaze - Despite their ancient history as a dietary
staple, only recently did chia seeds make a comeback as a modern
day superfood. In the past few years, they have exploded in
popularity and are now consumed by health conscious people all
over the world. Before we get into the benefits that the seeds
hold, let’s look at their nutritional profile....
Top 7 Reasons To Eat More Watermelon
Natural Blaze - This sweet, refreshing, hydrating fruit is a
perfect way to cool down on a hot day and will provide your body
with an array of amazing nourishing vitamins, nutrients and
antioxidants such as: vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin B6, lycopene,
magnesium, potassium and many others.
Why Eating Farmed Salmon May Make You Fat
preventdisease.com - A study provides more evidence that a diet
high in farmed salmon contaminated by persistent organic
pollutants - POPs - contributes to weight gain and increases the
risk of diabetes.
DIY stain remover for whites
STEPin2 - Doing your laundry the natural way will help reduce
allergies such as eczema, psoriasis and asthma. Last but not
least, your risk of cancer exposure. It will also help you save
money. This stain remover is made from all natural ingredients,
free from harsh chemicals, so it is safe for you and your loved
September 11, 2014 - Today in History: 9 - 11
1776 - A Peace Conference was held between British General Howe and
three representatives of the Continental Congress (Benjamin Franklin,
John Adams and Edward Rutledge). The conference failed and the American
war for independence continued for seven years.
1777 - American forces, under General George Washington, were forced to
retreat at the Battle of Brandywine Creek by British forces under
William Howe. The Stars and Stripes (American flag) were carried for the
first time in the battle.
1786 - The Convention of Annapolis opened with the aim of revising the
articles of the confederation.
1789 - Alexander Hamilton was appointed by U.S. President George
Washington to be the first secretary of the treasury.
1814 - The U.S. fleet defeated a squadron of British ships in the Battle
of Lake Champlain, VT.
1842 - 1,400 Mexican troops captured San Antonio, TX. The Mexicans
retreated with prisoners.
1936 - Boulder Dam in Nevada was dedicated by U.S. President Franklin D.
Roosevelt by turning on the dam's first hydroelectric generator. The dam
is now called Hoover Dam.
1941 - U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt gave orders to attack any
German or Italian vessels found in U.S. defensive waters. The U.S. had
not officially entered World War II at this time.
1941 - In Arlington, VA, the groundbreaking ceremony for the Pentagon
1952 - Dr. Charles Hufnagel successfully replaced a diseased aorta valve
with an artificial valve made of plastic.
1959 - The U.S. Congress passed a bill authorizing the creation of food
1965 - The 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile) arrived in South Vietnam and
was stationed at An Khe.
1990 - U.S. President Bush vowed "Saddam Hussein will fail" while
addressing Congress on the Persian Gulf crisis. In the speech Bush spoke
of an objective of a new world order - "freer from the threat of terror,
stronger in the pursuit of justice, and more secure in the quest for
1991 - Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev announced that thousands of
troops would be drawn out of Cuba.
1998 - Independent counsel Kenneth Starr sent a report to the U.S.
Congress accusing President Clinton of 11 possible impeachable offenses.
2001 - In the U.S., four airliners were hijacked and were intentionally
crashed. Two airliners hit the World Trade Center, which collapsed
shortly after, in New York City, NY. One airliner hit the Pentagon in
Arlington, VA. Another airliner crashed into a field in Pennsylvania.
About 3,000 people were killed.
2012 - Terrorists attacked the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya. Four
Americans were brutally murdered and ten others were injured.
War crimes acceptable? Parliament mulls amnesty for Kiev's troops in E.
RT - The Ukrainian parliament is to debate a law on amnesty for
Ukrainian troops who have committed war crimes in the course of military
actions in Eastern Ukraine. Earlier, an Amnesty International report
confirmed the facts of large-scale crimes.
Reintervention: Algeria considering US, France request to ‘facilitate’
Libya military strikes
StratRisks - Algeria is reportedly studying requests by the US and
France to “facilitate” military operations against militant groups in
neighbouring Libya. The US and France have both asked Algeria to open
its airspace to surveillance planes and other military planes
transferring commando units for a reconnaissance mission in parts of
Libya,” the source, requesting anonymity, told Anadolu Agency.
In Liberia doctors go on strike against food shortages and unpaid wages
as Ebola spreads beyond control
(NaturalNews) Reports indicate that healthcare workers at the John F.
Kennedy Medical Center (JFK) in Monrovia, Liberia's capital, recently
went on strike in protest of poor or no wages, as well as food shortages
that have left them and their families hungry.
Russia successfully tests nuclear missile, more planned: navy chief
(Reuters) - Russia carried out a successful test of its new Bulava
intercontinental nuclear missile on Wednesday and will perform two more
test launches in October and November, the head of its naval forces
US, EU to ban Exxon, BP and Shell from oil exploration in Russia –
RT - The EU and the US are going to ban energy giants like Exxon Mobil,
BP and Shell from searching for crude oil in Russia's Arctic, deep seas
and shale formations, three American officials anonymously told
What Petrodollar: Russia, China To Create SWIFT Alternative
Zero Hedge - Russia and China are discussing setting up a system of
interbank transactions which will become an analogue to International
banking transaction system SWIFT, First Deputy Prime Minister Igor
Shuvalov told PRIME on Wednesday after negotiations in Beijing. "Yes, we
have discussed and we have approved this idea," he said.
Poland stops reverse gas flow to Ukraine, Kiev blames Russia
RT - Ukraine’s state-controlled gas transit company says Poland cut off
reverse flows to Ukraine, alleging that a quarter of Russian gas imports
to Poland went missing. Gazprom said it continues to supply the same
amount of gas as previously.
Dutch preliminary MH17 crash report leaves too many questions – Russia
RT - A “truly” international investigation of the Malaysia Airlines MH17
crash in eastern Ukraine is required, Russia’s UN envoy, Vitaly Churkin,
said, adding that there are too many blank spots in the newly released
Dutch report on the tragedy.
US Chopper Squadron Invades Poland, Accidentally
Zero Hedge - No, this is not from The Onion. Bloomberg reports that six
U.S. army helicopters landed in a rapeseed field in northern Poland to
ask for directions after veering off course on their way back from
military exercises. Locals were alarmed and explained, "we know that
security is the most important thing right now... But thank God it was
the Americans." We wonder how long before Sikorski proclaims this an
invasion and demands NATO react.
15 more countries at risk of Ebola contamination – Oxford University
RT - The new study is published in the eLife journal, and examines how
the disease could spread through the animal kingdom and to human beings.
Fruit bats can carry the disease without showing any signs of it, and
are able to migrate and transfer it to other animals, for example
monkeys and rodents.
China’s Roundup Registration Leaves Many Unanswered Questions
Sustainable Pulse - The Chinese Agriculture Ministry has so far followed
the lead of regulators in Europe (EFSA) and the U.S. (EPA) (1) by
stating that the study/studies that led to them making a decision
regarding the safety of Roundup, will not be released because they
contain Monsanto’s commercial secrets and because divulging them would
threaten personal privacy information (2). The U.S. Environmental
Protection Agency (EPA) also refused a request from the Global GMO Free
Coalition to release the studies used by the Chinese authorities.
U.S. News, Politics & Government
‘No safe haven’: Obama declares airstrikes on Islamic State
‘wherever it exists’
RT - President Barack Obama on Wednesday outlined his plan to
authorize broader US military involvement for hunting down the
fighters of the notorious Islamic State jihadist group in Iraq,
Syria and “wherever they exist.”
Summarizing The President's Speech
Zero Hedge - We'll be bombing a sovereign nation (Syria). We'll
be arming terrorist groups while fighting them. The US Economy
YouTube: Sen. Rand Paul Responds to President Obama's ISIS
Strategy- September 10, 2014
Sen. Rand Paul joins Sean Hannity on Fox News to respond to
President Obama's address to the nation regarding the
administration's ISIS strategy
9/11 After 13 years
Paul Craig Roberts - The tragedy of September 11, 2001, goes far
beyond the deaths of those who died in the towers and the deaths
of firefighters and first responders who succumbed to illnesses
caused by inhalation of toxic dust.
VIDEO: September 9, 2014 Press Conference on the 28 Pages
28pages.org - Congressmen Walter Jones, Stephen Lynch and Thomas
Massie hosted another press conference in their continuing drive
to achieve the declassification of a 28-page finding on foreign
government support of the 9/11 hijackers. This one, coming two
days shy of the 13th anniversary of the September 11 attacks,
was marked by emotional appeals from family members of 9/11
victims as well as a survivor at the World Trade Center.
Why Are 28 Pages about Saudi Involvement in 9/11 Still Secret?
24 hard facts about 9/11 that cannot be debunked
hangthebankers.com - To this day about 1/3 of Americans do not
believe the official story. In other areas of the world as much
as 90% of the country does not believe the official story.
Ted Cruz: Hatred, Bigotry, Opposition to Israel Led to Me
Breitbart - Reports surfaced Wednesday night that Sen. Ted Cruz
(R-TX) was "booed off the stage" at an event hosted by a
purportedly Christian organization.
Police arrest Ferguson protesters blocking major highway
RT - At least a dozen people have been arrested during a protest
along a major interchange on Interstate 70 in Ferguson,
Missouri. Demonstrators tried to shut down the highway to demand
a special prosecutor for the Michael Brown court case.
Washington Gun Control Ballot Measure Would Criminalize Common
Firing Range Occurrence
Breitbart - A gun control ballot measure expected in the
upcoming elections in Washington State could turn law-abiding
citizens into criminals by the thousands at places like gun
shows and gun ranges. According to the National Rifle
Association (NRA), Ballot Initiative 594 could make the act of
simply lending one’s gun to another person without a background
check by a licensed dealer, at a firing range, for example,
White House Denies Murdered Journalist Was Sold To ISIS by US
supported Syrian rebels
Steve Watson - Following accusations by the spokesperson for
Steven Sotloff, the US journalist murdered by Islamic State of
Iraq and Syria (ISIS), the Obama administration has claimed that
the American was not sold to the extremist group by moderate
Syrian rebels currently being supported by the White House.
VIDEO: Anti-Gun Group Takes Control of 9/11 Ceremony
Prison Planet.com - Former Mayor Michael Bloomberg and his top
aides had been in charge of every aspect of the ceremony
planning since the terrorist attacks. Gun grabber Bloomberg is
the foundation’s chairman. Is this a ploy to continue to control
the narrative of the 9/11 attacks?
Times Square Billboard to Show Video of WTC 7 Destruction during
9/11 Anniversary (Video)
rethink911.org - Starting today [Sept 9,2011] through October 5,
Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth is sponsoring a massive
billboard in the heart of Times Square that will show video of 7
World Trade Center’s destruction to millions of viewers and
refer them to the campaign website, ReThink911.org.
Open letter to the Firefighter community and their families
rethink911.org - [Eric] Lawyer
has assembled 200 of his brother firefighters to demand a
real investigation of the explosive destruction of all three WTC
high-rises on 9/11. He is encouraging firefighters everywhere to
9/11 Remembrance Parade to honor first responders
The Sacramento Bee - According to organizers, the parade will be
Merced’s way of paying tribute to local first responders and
fallen heroes. The third annual event, put on by the American
Patriot Chrome Cowboys, a motorcycle group of veterans, will
take place from 5 to 7 p.m Thursday.
2 Million Bikers Roll To The DC Honor Ride And Rally 9-11-14 ‘We
Will Never Forget’!
Tea Party Tribune - Our main mission for the 2 Million Bikers to
DC rally is to honor the victims of 9-11, the survivors and
first responders. We salute our members of the Armed Forces and
their families who have sacrificed so much in the name of duty,
honor, and country.
DHS will ask stores to watch customers’ buying habits for
Washington Times - Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson said
his department will be issuing new guidance to retailers this
week giving them pointers on how to spot potential terrorists
among their customers by looking at what they’re buying.
Video: Model Shows How Ebola Will Spread: “It Only Takes One
Infected Individual Making It Through An Airport Checkpoint”
Mac Slavo - Health officials around the world are scrambling to
contain the Ebola virus with many, including the Centers for
Disease Control and the World Health Organization, now preparing
for its eventual escape out of West Africa.
‘Armed patriots’: the private citizens out to secure the U.S.
(Reuters) - With binoculars in hand, an assault rifle slung over
his chest and a Glock pistol on his hip, a man named Will scans
the banks of the Rio Grande looking for anyone trying to cross
from Mexico into Texas. Will is a member of the Patriots, a
group of heavily armed private citizens who use displays of
force to intimidate people attempting to cross the border
New Law Will Require $175 Permit To Wear A Costume In Times
gothamist.com - Today Councilmember Andy King will introduce
legislation that would require costumed characters in Times
Square to pay a registration fee of $175, carry a photo ID,
submit to a background check, and face fines for noncompliance.
Daily Signal: IRS Under Fire for Targeting Breitbart News
Breitbart - The Internal Revenue Service, already under
investigation for illegally targeting conservative and tea party
groups, recently audited the conservative Breitbart News Network
in a move that the company says was politically motivated.
Elizabeth Warren demands jail time for Wall Street bankers
Washington Times - Sen. Elizabeth Warren ripped Federal Reserve
officials Tuesday for not putting a single Wall Street banker
behind bars for their role in the financial collapse.
Army Officer Barred From Wearing “Offensive” Uniform At
Daughter’s High School
Kit Daniels - A 24-year U.S. Army officer was denied entry to
his daughter’s high school because his uniform may “offend
another student,” according to the school’s security. After
trying to escort his daughter into Rochester Adams High School
in Rochester, Mich., Lieutenant Colonel Sherwood Baker was told
by security that if he wanted to enter the school, he would have
to go home and change out of his uniform.
Report: Massive radiation plume from Fukushima heading toward
U.S. West Coast
(NaturalNews) According to scientific modeling systems used by
the European Union, the radioactive ocean plume released by the
2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster is likely to remain a massive
clump of radioactivity until it slams into the West Coast of the
United States in late 2017.
Summer snow blankets Rockies from Canada to Colorado
Yahoo News - A cold front pouring down from Canada sent low
temperatures dipping into the 30s from Alberta to the northern
Rockies. As much as 14 inches of snow has fallen in Calgary
since Monday, weather officials say, knocking down trees and
powerlines, snarling traffic and delaying flights at the city's
Long list of virologists mysteriously being killed or 'suicided'
(NaturalNews) Since 2004, a string of scientists have died, many
under mysterious circumstances, and now some in the alternative
media have begun asking why.
Millions of Gmail accounts hacked, was yours one of them?
fusion.net - Time to change your password again. A database
containing nearly 5 million Gmail user accounts and passwords
was leaked on Bitcoin Security, a popular Russian website
devoted to the cryptocurrency.
Scientists: 'Extreme' solar storm heading to Earth
AP - An extreme solar flare is blasting its way to Earth and
could mess up some power grids, satellites and radio
transmissions, scientists say.
Activating single gene could extend human lifespan by 30% -
RT - In an experiment on fruit flies, UCLA biologists activated
just one gene, AMPK, which extended their lifespan by nearly a
third, by helping them to get rid of “cellular garbage” causing
old age diseases such as Parkinson’s. Humans have the same gene.
Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
Can we bring prehistoric bovines back from extinction?
Modern Farmer - A small group of determined visionaries are on a
mission that seems ripped straight from the plot of a
(farm-obsessed) sci-fi novel: Resurrecting a species of
prehistoric bovines, called aurochs, which have been extinct for
centuries. Wild aurochs were bigger and leaner than domesticated
cattle. Centuries of human intervention and selective breeding
gradually transformed them into docile, milk-heavy dairy cows
and beef cattle.
Health Ranger launches FREE online pandemic preparedness audio
course at BioDefense.com
(NaturalNews) In response to the severity of the global Ebola
outbreak, we've just launched BioDefense.com, a site that
exclusively hosts a FREE online audio course that shares
lifesaving pandemic preparedness secrets.
How to survive an EMP – Part 2: Life after the pulse
The Daily Sheeple - In Part One of this series, I looked at what
an EMP is, and the 3 types of EMPs (Electro Magnetic Pulse).
Now, I will look at the impact that they would have should we
ever experience one.
Have Antibiotics ‘Shut Down’ Your Immune System?
Natural Society - New evidence found that early antibiotic
treatments affect the health of our entire immune system and its
ability to fight specific diseases later on.
Confirmed: Bacteria From Bees Possible Alternative to
Natural Blaze - Raw honey has been used against infections for
millennia, before honey - as we now know it - was manufactured
and sold in stores. So what is the key to its antimicrobial
5 Colorful foods that help lower cancer
(NaturalNews) An increasing number of studies are showing links
between healthy eating habits and the prevention of certain
forms of cancer. Moreover, research has found that colorful
fresh foods which tend to be high in immune-boosting
phytochemicals, are particularly adept at this.
One Third of Nurses Are Leaving Their Jobs and Losing Faith in
preventdisease.com - It's not just anti-vaccine parents and
groups on the internet that are shutting down vaccination. Many
doctors, nurses and other health professionals are coming around
and grasping the gravity of how vaccines are damaging our
bodies. Turnover of nurses (RNs) are now at record highs, with
more than one-third leaving their jobs within the first two
years and trust in health authorities and vaccination is at an
all time low.
2 Unusual Agents for a Detox and Weight Loss Protocol
Natural Society - Are you looking for an overall mind and body
detox that will also aid in weight loss? There are tons of
foods, supplements, and protocols available that can help you,
though there are 2 unusual agents most people never even
consider – niacin (vitamin B3), and food grade activated
Annie’s Sells Out to GMO Giant General Mills. Here’s What You’re
Not Being Told
Natural Blaze - If you’re the type that boycotts brands whose
parent companies are against labeling GMOs and support
big-biotech business, then you might need to learn how to make
homemade mac n’ cheese. That’s right, your beloved Annie’s has
sold out to GMO pedlar General Mills for a whopping $820
One Food, Seven Dead Dogs, Five Dead Pigs, No Investigation
Susan Thixton - This is a heartbreaking story of how quickly one’s life
can be turned upside down. And a story of how once you learn the lesson
the hard way, you learn no one is there to help you. It is a vicious
circle – animal death, no investigation, no accountability.
VIDEO: Pet Food Video from UK
Susan Thixton - Here is a interesting [45 minute] video regarding the
pet food industry in the UK. The same concerns of pet food are world
* Related Article:
The Feeding Mistake Linked to the Cause of Most Disease
Leptospirosis: The Most Widespread Animal-to-Human Disease in the World
on the Rise
Dr. Becker - The pathogen that causes the disease, Leptospira bacteria,
is transmitted in the urine of infected animals. Rats are the most
common carriers, but other animals that can carry and transmit the
disease include raccoons, opossums, dogs, goats, sheep, pigs, cattle,
and horses.... There is a vaccine for leptospirosis, but I don’t
recommend it and I don’t give it to my patients.
- September 10, 2014 - Today in History:
1813 - The first defeat of British naval squadron occurred in the Battle
of Lake Erie during the War of 1812. The leader of the U.S. fleet sent
the famous message "We have met the enemy, and they are ours" to U.S.
General William Henry Harrison.
1899 - A second quake in seven days hit Yakutat Bay, AK. It measured
1913 - The Lincoln Highway opened. It was the first paved coast-to-coast
highway in the U.S.
1919 - New York City welcomed home 25,000 soldiers and General John J.
Pershing who had served in the First Division during World War I.
1923 - The Irish Free state joined the League of Nations.
1926 - Germany joined the League of Nations.
1935 - "Popeye" was heard on NBC radio for the first time.
1939 - Canada declared war on Germany.
1940 - In Britain, Buckingham Palace was hit by German bomb.
1942 - U.S. President Franklin Roosevelt mandated gasoline rationing as
part of the U.S. wartime effort.
1943 - German forces began their occupation of Rome during World War II.
1948 - Mildred "Axis Sally" Gillars was indicted & convicted for treason
in Washington, DC. She was a Nazi radio propagandist during World War
II. She spent 12 years in prison.
1951 - Britain began an economic boycott of Iran.
1953 - Swanson began selling its first "TV dinner."
1956 - Great Britain performed a nuclear test at Maralinga, Australia.
1963 - 20 black students entered public schools in Alabama at the end of
a standoff between federal authorities and Alabama governor George C.
1979 - U.S. President Carter granted clemency to four Puerto Rican
nationalists who had been imprisoned for an attack on the U.S. House of
Representatives in 1954 and an attempted assassination of U.S. President
Truman in 1950.
1990 - Iran agreed to resume full diplomatic ties with past enemy Iraq.
1990 - Iraq's Saddam Hussein offered free oil to developing nations in
an attempt to win their support during the Gulf War Crisis.
1998 - U.S. President Clinton met with members of his Cabinet to
apologize, ask forgiveness and promise to improve as a person in the
wake of the scandal involving Monica Lewinsky.
2002 - Florida tested its new elections system. The test resulted in
polling stations opening late and problems occurred with the touch
screen voting machines.
2002 - The "September 11: Bearing Witness to History" exhibit opened at
the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History.
2002 - Switzerland became the 190th member of the United Nations.
11 aircraft are missing from ‘terrorist-held’ Tripoli airport ahead of
metro.co.uk - US officials say 11 commercial aircraft have gone missing
from Tripoli International Airport in Libya – ahead of the 13th
anniversary of the September 11 attacks on New York and Washington.
Report: China Moves 12,000 Troops to Russian Border
Paul Joseph Watson - According to a Russian media report, at least
12,000 heavily armed Chinese troops have been moved to the border with
Russia as tensions in the region continue to build. The report cites the
Russian FSB Border service as saying that Beijing began dispatching
troops to the border on September 6, with 12-15,000 soldiers making the
trip backed by heavy artillery.
More Evidence U.S. Supports Nazis in Ukraine
Kurt Nimmo - Ultranationalist Azov battalion wears the swastika and SS
runes.... The video was shot by Norwegian broadcaster TV2 last week. “We
were filming a report about Ukraine’s AZOV battalion in the eastern city
of Urzuf, when we came across these soldiers,” Oysten Bogen, a
correspondent for the television station, told NBC News.
Russia may exchange grain worth $500 mln for Iranian oil
(Reuters) - Russia is looking to supply grain worth up to $500 million
per year to Iran in exchange for oil, Russia's state grain trader said,
in a further reduction to the value of a long-negotiated barter deal
between the two countries.
Lavrov: West may use ISIS as pretext to bomb Syrian govt forces
RT - If the West bombs Islamic State militants in Syria without
consulting Damascus, the anti-ISIS alliance may use the occasion to
launch airstrikes against President Bashar Assad’s forces, Russian
Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said.
Argentina to get $1bn in currency swap with China before end of 2014
RT - Argentina will receive the first tranche of yuan worth up to $1
billion in a massive currency swap with China before the end of this
year. The deal will boost the troubled economy’s foreign reserves.
10 Signs That ISIS is a Scripted Psyop
Activist Post - Has the ISIS psyop calmed down a bit? Before it dies out
let's examine some incredible ironies and oddities surrounding CIA's
BRICS keep supporting Russia in bid to rebalance world power
Blacklisted News - While Western nations beef up economic sanctions and
Nato discusses what stance to take toward Russia, the BRICS are
maintaining tacit support for Moscow despite the Ukraine crisis.
Sotloff was sold to ISIL by ‘moderate’ Syrian militants: Family
Press TV - Beheaded American journalist Steven Sotloff was sold to the
ISIL terrorist group by the US-backed “moderate Syrian rebels”,
according to Sotloff family spokesman Barak Barfi.
What Country Just Deployed Troops To Defend Its Oil Fields Located On A
Zero Hedge - ...the answer this time is not the US but instead China.
And the country where according to the WSJ, China has deployed some 700
soldiers as part of a United Nations "peacekeeping" force, is South
Sudan where the Chinese troops will help guard the country's embattled
oil fields and protect Chinese workers and installations, a spokesman
for the African nation's president said Tuesday.
US using Ebola to advance its imperialist agenda in Africa: Azikiwe
Press TV - Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire, made
the remarks in a phone interview with Press TV on Tuesday while
commenting on President Barack Obama’s announcement that the US military
will be involved in tackling the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, arguing
that it represents a serious national security concern.
U.S. News, Politics & Government
Profits Soar As Pentagon Leans on Private Corporations for
Common Dreams - Private military contractors are reaping
billions of dollars in profitable rewards from the U.S.
government's global network of clandestine counter-terrorism and
other overseas operations, according to a new report that
examines the high-levels of integration between for-profit
corporations and the Pentagon's global military and surveillance
Obama Dines With Man Caught Stealing, Destroying Classified
Weekly Standard - President Obama hosted "a private dinner with
a group of foreign policy experts," the White House announced
last night. Among them: Sandy Berger, who was caught stealing
and destroying classified documents that related to President
Clinton's record on terrorism issues.
Ebola evacuations to US greater than previously known
Yahoo News - An undisclosed number of people who’ve been exposed
to the Ebola virus — not just the four patients publicly
identified with diagnosed cases — have been evacuated to the
U.S. by an air ambulance company contracted by the State
FLASHBACK 2009 - Ebola vials vanish from Ft. Detrick
Washington Post - An inventory of potentially deadly pathogens
at Fort Detrick's infectious disease laboratory found more than
9,000 vials that had not been accounted for, Army officials said
yesterday, raising concerns that officials wouldn't know whether
dangerous toxins were missing.
What are US biowar researchers doing in the Ebola zone?
Hundreds Tested For TB in MA
itemlive.com - More than 30 Lynn Community Health Center
employees and 800 patients are being tested to determine if
anyone else was exposed to tuberculosis after center doctors
confirmed a case one week ago.
New Police “Compliance Weapon” Blinds Targets
Paul Joseph Watson - A firm that provides non-lethal equipment
to law enforcement is set to release a new “compliance weapon”
that temporarily blinds targets for up to 15 minutes, amidst a
national conversation about the militarization of police in the
aftermath of unrest in Ferguson, Missouri.
VIDEO: Oregonian Arrested For Filming SWAT Raid
Liberty Crier - ... I was assaulted multiple times and I feel
like it was Gresham Police Abuse and my rights were violated. I
now owe $5000 and i am charged with 2 crimes. 2 CRIMES! At first
I was scared to post this video but now I dont care because the
Gresham Police Department has already made a copy of it as proof
of my crimes.
In North Carolina, More Children Homeschool Than Attend Private
dailysignal.com - In the Tar Heel state alone, homeschooling has
increased by 27 percent over the past two years. Those are
pretty impressive numbers for a movement considered “fringe” not
that long ago and that has only been legal in all 50 states
PayPal – Will Accept Bitcoin
Washington's Blog - We’ve previously noted that Reddit, Virgin
Galactic, Overstock.com, two big Las Vegas hotels, a
Congressman, and many businesses now accept Bitcoin. So does
Dish Networks. But a huge shift just occurred, which virtually
guarantees that Bitcoin will become a normal payment method.
Specifically, PayPal has just announced that it will accept
US banks closing accounts of Muslims
Press TV -Banks across the United States have closed the
accounts of Muslim customers without any explanation. Dozens in
the US said they received notices saying that their bank
accounts had been shut. These include business owners,
nonprofits, and students.
Mexico Owes Water to U.S.
AllGov - Mired in the drought that has dried up so much of the
Southwest, Texas is losing patience with Mexico, which owes the state
millions of gallons of water. Under the terms of a 1945 agreement,
Mexico and Texas are supposed to send each other a certain amount of
water. Texas’ share comes from the Colorado River, while Mexico’s
originates along the Rio Grande.
Spies off line: New gadget to stop unwanted drone, Google Glass
RT - A new surveillance device has been developed that has the
potential to stop drones and Google Glass wearers from hacking
into one’s Wi-Fi network. Cyborg Unplug works by sending
de-authentication signals to unwanted monitoring or spying
Apple Pay: Users Can Now Make Purchases With The ‘Simple Touch
Of A Finger’
infowars.com - The company that brought you the recently hacked
iCloud has now announced “Apple Pay,” an iPhone 6 feature that
allows users to make purchases with the touch of a finger....
More than 220,000 companies including McDonalds, Whole Foods,
Nike, Subway and Disney have already signed deals with Apple to
implement the technology in their stores. The six largest banks
as well as credit cards from Visa, MasterCard and American
Express have also announced their support.
Off-the-grid texting device GoTenna attracts antisurveillance
CNET - The gadget -- a small Bluetooth-enabled rod packed to the
brim with modern radio innards -- lets you create your own
private, secure communication network for sending messages
without cell service using your smartphone. Though marketed
toward outdoors and emergency situations like hiking and
disaster relief, GoTenna is getting a boost from the
The Era Of Widespread Biometric Identification And Microchip
Implants Is Here
Economic Collapse - Are you ready to have your veins scanned
every time you use your bank account? Are you ready to use a
"digital tattoo" or a microchip implant to unlock your
12 Little-Known Ways That Television Stifles Spiritual Awakening
Waking Times - Television is a staple of almost every household
in the developed world. Many kids spend more time watching TV
than going to school, and the average time spent in front of the
tube is 4.5 hours a day and rising. What effect does spending so
much time absorbed in watching television have on our spiritual
FBI’s Story of Finding Silk Road’s Server Sounds a Lot Like
Wired - To hear the FBI tell it, tracking down the secret server
behind the billion-dollar drug market known as the Silk Road was
as easy as knocking on a door. The bureau’s latest court filing
in the case describes how the hidden site accidentally revealed
its location to anyone who visited its login page, thanks to a
Turns Out Cell Phone Location Data Is Not Even Close To
Accurate, But Everyone Falls For It
Techdirt - ...as anyone with even a basic geometry education
recognizes, which cell tower you're connected to does not give
you a particularly exact location. It can be useful in putting
someone in a specific (wide) area -- or, much more useful in
detailing where someone is traveling over long distances as they
repeatedly switch towers in a particular direction. But a single
reading does not give you particularly exact location details.
Researchers Offer Strange Answer to Anticipated Dengue Spikes Following
Activist Post - Researchers indeed continue to develop vaccines for
tropical, mosquito-vectored diseases like dengue fever, which affects 50
million people per year. There are no commercially available vaccines
for the virus - yet. But, they've run into a big problem.
Double-Blind Test: Boosting Selenium Intake ‘Cuts Cancer Rates by 41%’
Natural Society - Studies show that those who took selenium supplements
for at least 10 years had almost half (41 percent) the rate of cancer as
those taking a placebo.
Maker Of “Miracle” Green Coffee Weight-Loss Product To Pay $3.5M For
Using Bogus Science To Sell Product
The Consumerist - Months after going after online sellers for creating
fake news sites, complete with a fake reporter, to push green coffee
extract as a miracle weight loss drug, the Federal Trade Commission has
settled its case against one Texas company that supplied the product
while unsubstantiated scientific claims about the efficacy of the
Do Antibiotics Contribute to Mercury Poisoning?
Alliance for Natural Health - According to Dr. David Williams,
antibiotics may prevent the body from excreting mercury, which is found
in fish and in many vaccines. This was documented in a study by Boyd
Haley, PhD, from the University of Connecticut Medical Center.
- September 9, 2014 - Today in History:
1776 - The second Continental Congress officially made the term
"United States", replacing the previous term "United Colonies."
1850 - California became the 31st state to join the union.
1893 - President Grover Cleveland's wife, Frances, gave birth to a
daughter, Esther. It was the first time a president's child was born in
the White House.
1904 - Mounted police were used for the first time in the City of New
1926 - The National Broadcasting Company (NBC) was created by the Radio
Corporation of America (RCA).
1942 - Japan dropped incendiaries over NE in an attempt to set fire to
the forests in Oregon and Washington. The forest did not ignite.
1943 - During World War II Allied forces landed at Taranto and Salerno.
1948 - North Korea became the People's Democratic Republic of Korea.
1957 - The first civil rights bill to pass Congress since Reconstruction
was signed into law by U.S. President Eisenhower.
1965 - French President Charles de Gaulle announced that France was
withdrawing from NATO to protest the domination of the U.S. in the
1983 - The Soviet Union announced that the Korean jetliner the was shot
down on September 1, 1983 was not an accident or an error.
1986 - Frank Reed was taken hostage in Lebanon by pro-Iranian
kidnappers. The director of a private school in Lebanon was released 44
1986 - Gennadiy Zakharov was indicted by a New York jury on espionage
charges. Zakharov was a Soviet United Nations employee.
1994 - The U.S. agreed to accept about 20,000 Cuban immigrants a year.
This was in return for Cuba's promise to halt the flight of refugees.
1994 - The space shuttle Discovery blasted off on an 11-day mission.
1995 - Amtrak's Broadway Limited service made its final run between New
York City, NY and Chicago, IL.
1997 - Sinn Fein, the IRA's political ally, formally renounced violence
as it took its place in talks on Northern Ireland's future.
1998 - Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr delivered to the U.S. Congress
36 boxes of material concerning his investigation of U.S. President
1998 - Four tourists who had paid $32,500 each were taken in submarine
to view the wreckage of the Titanic. The ship is 2 miles below the
Atlantic off Newfoundland.
Iran-Russia-China Axis to Fight Western Sanctions
Global Research - Iranian Deputy Oil Minister for Planning Mansour
Moazzemi announced that the country has started a new set of cooperation
with Russia and China to confront the sanctions imposed by the West.
Israel sharing intelligence with US on ISIL: Report
Press TV - Israel is sharing information gathered through espionage with
the United States to “support” the airstrikes against the ISIL terrorist
group in Iraq, according to a new report.
MH17 broke down in air due to damage from outside
RT - The MH17 crash was a result of structural damage caused by a large
number of high-energy objects that struck the Boeing from the outside,
the preliminary report into the Malaysia Airlines disaster in Ukraine
Six months after MH370, Boeing & Inmarsat need to explain themselves’
RT - Malaysia's chief of police, Khalid Abu Bakar, said he believed that
hijackers, saboteurs or someone with a personal vendetta or
psychological problem had succeeded in diverting the plane. In the face
of this exceedingly bizarre and unexplained incident, the aircraft’s
manufacturer, the Boeing Company, has exhibited deafening silence.
‘Many thousands’ of new Ebola cases expected in Liberia – WHO
RT - Transmission of the Ebola virus in Liberia is already intense and
the number of new cases is increasing exponentially,” the WHO said in a
statement on Monday. “Many thousands of new cases are expected in
Liberia over the coming 3 weeks.”
U.S. Military to Provide Equipment, Resources to Battle Ebola Epidemic
Washington Post - President Obama said Sunday that the U.S. military
will begin aiding what has been a chaotic and ineffective response to
the Ebola epidemic in West Africa, arguing that it represents a serious
national security concern.
Human rhinoviruses and enteroviruses in influenza-like illness in Latin
virologyj.com - EV-D68 plaguing American Children was discovered in
Latin America per the Virology Journal Oct 2013.
Russian strategic bombers reportedly practice nuclear missile strike
RT - A pair of Russian bomber jets reportedly practiced cruise missile
attacks against targets in the United States last week, according to a
report published on Monday in the Washington Free Beacon.
EU Formally Adopts New Sanctions Against Russia Over Ukraine
RIA Novosti - The European Union on Monday officially adopted a new
round of sanctions against Russia over its alleged involvement in
‘destabilizing eastern Ukraine,’ a statement by the President of the
European Council Herman Van Rompuy said.... The new sanctions list
reportedly includes Russia’s Rosneft, Gazpromneft and Transneft energy
firms, as well as state-run companies with a turnover of more than $27
Russian, Indian armies to conduct urban anti-terror drills
Russia & India Report: - The Russian and Indian armies will conduct
anti-terrorism drills in a simulated urban environment in the Volgograd
Region as a part of the Indra-2014 tactical exercises. A ‘residential’
district is being constructed on a training ground in for the joint
exercises that begin on September 23.
Cameron: ‘Yes’ Vote Will Make Scottish ‘More Vulnerable to Islamic
21st Century Wire - Coming just one week after British PM David Cameron
announced that due to the ISIS crisis in Iraq, the terror threat was
being raised to SEVERE, Cameron seems to be threatening Scotland with a
wave of “Islamic terror” if the Scottish dare to vote ‘Yes’ on
independence from London.
"You Can Take Your Scottish
Freedom... But You'll Never Take Our Gold"
Spain prepares for an autumn of discontent by buying €1bn of riot gear
StratRisks - The Spanish government is readying itself for an autumn of
discontent, spending nearly €1bn on riot gear for police units as
disparate protest groups prepare a string of demonstrations.
Death Rates From This Illness Double In Argentina’s GMO Agribusiness
Natural Blaze - Data linking GMOs and pesticides to human health
ailments continues to emerge, as a new report put together by the
Ministry of Health in Cordoba, Argentina has found that increased levels
of crop spraying in Argentina’s most extensively farmed areas has
resulted in a large increase of cancer rates for those that live in the
U.S. News, Politics & Government
U.S. Army Report Urges Preparations For Troops to Occupy NYC,
Paul Joseph Watson - A U.S. Army report warns that American
troops need to be prepared to enter New York City and other
global “megacities” in order to prevent civil unrest, political
uprisings and protect key infrastructure and natural resources
in the national interest.
O’Keefe Brings Attention to Open Northern US Border
Breitbart - Journalist James O’Keefe's latest video brings
attention to the lack of security along the U.S. border with
Canada and the ability of terrorists to enter the U.S. by boat.
It Will Cost Taxpayers $5 Billion To Help Obama
Create An ISIS Strategy
Zero Hedge - As The Hill reports, White House press secretary
Josh Earnest floated the $5 billion counterterrorism fund as
something that “would strengthen the hand of this president and
future presidents for dealing with urgent situations like this."
We await Wednesday night's unveiling of the long-awaited
State Dept. attempt to fight ISIS online with gruesome videos
RT - The US State Department recently released a propaganda
video in English to counter gains made by the Internet-savvy
militant group Islamic State. Yet the use of the extremist’s own
violent footage may have the opposite effect, critics say.
Obama Justice Dept. Releases George W. Bush’s Legal
Justification for Warrantless Surveillance with Key Sections
AllGov - The Justice Department released the George W. Bush
Administration’s legal justification for a wide-ranging wiretap
program that was begun in the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks.
CIA torture far exceeded waterboarding, brought suspects 'to the
point of death'
RT - The United States will soon release a long-awaited report
detailing the findings of a Senate investigation into the CIA’s
use of enhanced interrogation techniques, and sources now say
those tactics far exceeded what the world was led to believe.
Federal Court Blocks Release of Possible Torture Video
Petition to Put 9/11 Probe on NYC Ballot Jumps Big Hurdle
WhoWhatWhy - The City of New York conceded that the High-Rise
Safety Initiative has enough signatures to qualify its petition
for an investigation of all high-rise building collapses since
the 9/11 attacks. Any credible inquiry would include WTC
Florida Speed Trap Town of 1,000 Filed 11,603 Traffic Tickets in
AllGov - Last year, the seven-person police force for a
community of 1,000 residents produced 11,603 traffic citations,
according to the Gainesville Sun. About half the town’s $1
million budget comes from court fines. The Florida Department of
Law Enforcement says it will investigate charges by Waldo
officers that Police Chief Mike Szabo and City Manager Kim
Worley ordered them each to write 12 tickets during each 12-hour
Obama's Former Chief Economist Calls For An End To US Dollar
Zero Hedge - "...what was once a privilege is now a burden,
undermining job growth, pumping up budget and trade deficits and
inflating financial bubbles. To get the American economy on
track, the government needs to drop its commitment to
maintaining the dollar’s reserve-currency status...The privilege
of having the world’s reserve currency is one America can no
How The Fed "Mysteriously" Eliminated $7 Trillion In US Debt
Zero Hedge - Anyone looking at the Federal Reserve's own data
set, that provided with the generous "free" funding of the US
taxpayer by way of the St. Louis Fed's FRED database, will
notice something quite welcome, if magical: total US debt held
by the public - that which is not part of intragovernment
holdings, read Social Security - has mysteriously collapsed from
$12 trillion to $5 trillion. Somehow, with nobody looking, the
Fed managed to reduce US total debt by $7 trillion.
Small Business Ownership In America Is At An All-Time Low
Economic Collapse - According to the Federal Reserve, the
percentage of American families that own a small business is at
the lowest level that has ever been recorded. In a report that
was just released entitled "Changes in U.S. Family Finances from
2010 to 2013: Evidence from the Survey of Consumer Finances",
the Federal Reserve revealed that small business ownership in
America "fell substantially" between 2010 and 2013.
The Worst Job Stat Keeps Getting Even Worse
Investors.com - Amid all the focus on boosting the minimum wage
and legislating living wages, virtually no one seems to have
noticed what is happening to the workweek in low-wage
They Just Keep Saying ISIS Is Going to Attack America’s Electric
The Daily Sheeple - The new and latest September-fresh talking
point is that ISIS is going to attack America’s ‘frail and
vulnerable’ electric grid. Frank Gaffney, founder and president
of the Center for Security Policy in Washington, has actually
given it the monicker “grid jihad.” Not only that, but they are
being VERY specific on exactly how ISIS could commit this act
and all the ways it could cripple the country if they did.
Facebook’s Value Tops $200 Billion on Mobile-Ad Optimism
Bloomberg - Last month, Facebook introduced a tool that lets
advertisers know when a promotion was first viewed and when it
led to a purchase by tracking users between their electronic
devices. Such services have drawn criticism from privacy
advocates, representing a potential roadblock to the company’s
Man Arrested for Posting Song Lyrics on Facebook
Adan Salazar - Police in Kentucky arrested a man and charged him
with making “terroristic threats” after he posted song lyrics to
Facebook.... Police claim the 31-year-old made threatening
remarks when he posted lyrics to the song “Class Dismissed (A
Hate Primer)” from the 80s metal band Exodus on his Facebook.
Higgs Boson could spell the end of the universe - Stephen
RT - Higgs’ elementary particle underpins existence in our
universe might become unstable, warns renowned physicist Stephen
Hawking. The energy potential of the ‘God particle’ is so vital
for the entire universe it could make the cosmos collide, he
The New Terahertz Night Vision Can See Through Walls, Skin
Motherboard - Known also as submillimeter radiation or T-rays,
it's possible to probe the invisible world even deeper, going
beneath not just clothing but skin, plastics, cardboard, and
other opaque materials. Getting at these waves has historically
been prohibitively challenging in the engineering sense, but a
team of researchers based at the University of Maryland claims
to have solved one of the fundamental problems with T-ray
'Internet Slowdown' Is Coming, Warn Groups
MintPress News - Calling attention to the widespread disruption
that will occur if Internet ‘fast lanes’ become the norm for
wealthy websites, grassroots groups have organized a widespread
Internet Slowdown Day on Wednesday to voice their support for
How to Prevent a Thermal Hack on Your ATM PIN
The Daily Sheeple - You’ve just finished your trip to the
grocery store with your debit card, making sure to hide your pin
number. But before you get home, the funds in your account are
wiped clear. How did this happen? Thanks to an inexpensive and
ingenious device that attaches to an iPhone, a new wave of cyber
theft allows the holder to commit silent robbery by reading your
10 superfoods for babies and toddlers
(NaturalNews) Babies and toddlers do not eat much food because
their tummies are tiny. That is why it is important to feed them
foods that are packed with nutrients.
Just two servings of pistachios a day improves cardiovascular
health in type 2 diabetes patients
(NaturalNews) Type 2 diabetics could significantly improve their
bodies' responses to stress simply by eating two servings of
pistachios per day, according to a recent study conducted by
researchers from Penn State University and published in the
Journal of the American Heart Association.
Inflammatory bowel disease drugs can increase leukemia risk by
(NaturalNews) One class of drugs used to treat inflammatory
bowel disease (IBD) may increase the risk of blood and bone
marrow diseases sevenfold, according to a study conducted by
researchers from the University Hospital of Nancy-Brabois in
France and published in the journal Clinical Gastroenterology
School Labels Chapstick ‘Over-The-Counter Drug,’ Demands
Students Bring Doctor’s Note
Mikael Thalen - “I was told I couldn’t use it,” Karaffa told The
News Virginian. “Then later that day they (lips) started to
bleed so I asked for Chapstick again and I was told that it was
against the school policy for elementary kids to have Chapstick.”
Update: Congressman's Office In Possession of 100,000 CDC
Ben Swann - Congressman Bill Posey’s office has confirmed
exclusively to Benswann.com that a “very large number” of
documents have been turned over by CDC scientist, Dr. William
Thompson, who has admitted that the CDC suppressed information
about the links between the MMR vaccine and autism in some
Control The Food, Control The People
The Daily Sheeple - With a mere ten companies controlling the
worlds food supplies it should give a a person pause regarding
not only what we are actually eating, but what makes up what we
put into our bodies.
14 Things People Probably Do Not Want To Know About Their
preventdisease.com - There are hundreds of food industry facts
that are sheltered from consumers and only made public by food
scientists if absolutely necessary. The following are 14 of the
more well known industry insider secrets that have been exposed
now for some time, but still not common knowledge to millions of
Science Confirms Turmeric As Effective As 14 Drugs
Green Med Info - Turmeric is one the most thoroughly researched
plants in existence today. Its medicinal properties and
components (primarily curcumin) have been the subject of over
5600 peer-reviewed and published biomedical studies.
Fast Growing and Far from
Just a Fad - So Why Do These People Discredit It?
Dr. Becker - Many veterinary schools tend to gloss over the entire
subject of nutrition, leaving it up to a handful of major pet food
industry players to conduct seminars for students that are heavily
slanted toward the products they sell. The information (and
misinformation) contained in the CSU article is typical and predictable,
touching on five common arguments used by the anti-raw movement to
discredit raw feeding and scare off pet owners.
- September 8, 2014 - Today in History:
1664 - The Dutch surrendered New Amsterdam to the British, who then
renamed it New York.
1892 - An early version of "The Pledge of Allegiance" appeared in "The
1935 - U.S. Senator Huey P. Long, "The Kingfish" of Louisiana politics,
was shot and mortally wounded. He died two days later.
1945 - In Washington, DC, a bus equipped with a two-way radio was put
into service for the first time.
1951 - A peace treaty with Japan was signed by 48 other nations in San
1960 - NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, AL, was
dedicated by U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower. The facility had been
activated in July earlier that year.
1971 - In Washington, DC, the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing
Arts was inaugurated.
1974 - U.S. President Ford granted an unconditional pardon to former
U.S. President Nixon.
1975 - In Boston, MA, public schools began their court-ordered citywide
busing program amid scattered incidents of violence.
1999 - Russia's Mission Control switched off the Mir space station's
central computer and other systems to save energy during a planned six
months of unmanned flights.
2006 - A Senate report faulted intelligence gathering in the lead-up to
the 2003 U.S. invasion of Iraq.
Russian PM Medvedev on EU Sanctions, Asian Partners and Power-Hungry
RIA Novosti - Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev told the Vedomosti
newspaper that Russia could close its airspace in response to new
Western sanctions against Moscow in the energy or finance sector.
Saudi Arabia to build fence on border with Iraq
RT - Saudi Arabia has launched the construction of a high-security
five-layered fence on the border with Iraq to protect the country from
“infiltrators and smugglers,” according to state media.... The project
was unveiled by King Abdullah late Friday. It was announced the fence’s
purpose was to cut the "number of infiltrators, drug, arms and cattle
smugglers to zero."
Snowden to Receive Swiss Asylum if Testifies Against NSA
RIA Novosti - US whistleblower Edward Snowden will not be deported to
the United States if he travels to Switzerland to testify against his
country's National Security Agency (NSA), the SonntagsZeitung newspaper
Malaysia Voices Concern over Experts' Security at MH17 Crash Site
RIA Novosti - "I don't want to risk our security teams. I want to see
for myself whether the safe passage to the crash site is a reality," the
New Straits Times quoted Defense Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin
Hussein as saying September 7. "There is no closure until we find
justice for MH17. Malaysia demands justice so that those responsible for
shooting down MH17 be tried. This requires proof which is being
gathered, and accurate information."
Dutch Intellectuals Apologize to Putin for Lies on MH17, Syria,
Macedonian News - A letter sent by a prominent Dutch Professor to
Russian president Vladimir Putin has attracted much media attention in
Europe. The letter was written by Professor Cees Hamelink and signed by
dozens of Dutch intellectuals and professors. Below is the letter in its
NATO stages massive military drills in Latvia
RT - As seven-day NATO military exercises continue to take place in
Latvia, the organization says the drills are aimed at showing its
commitment to Baltic member states in the face of an “assertive” Russia.
Russia’s Gazprom to fall under new EU capital ban – sources
RT - Russia's Gazprom Bank and oil producer Gazprom Neft will fall under
new sanctions approved by the European Union on Friday, Reuters cited an
EU diplomat as saying. The sanctions reportedly include a new ban on
raising capital in the 28-nation bloc.
US military launches airstrikes near Iraq’s Haditha Dam
RT - The United States military says it’s launched airstrikes around
Iraq’s Haditha Dam to prevent the area from being captured by Islamic
State militants. The dam in western Iraq’s Anbar Province, a major
source of water and electrical power, is currently in control of the
Iraqis, but there have been attempts by the militants to take over the
$1 Trillion in Rare Minerals Found Under Afghanistan
Discovery News - Afghanistan, a country nearly the size of Texas, is
loaded with minerals deposited by the violent collision of the Indian
subcontinent with Asia. The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) began
inspecting what mineral resources Afghanistan had after U.S.-led forces
drove the Taliban from power in the country in 2004.
agencies fret as Islamic State gains ground in India, Pakistan
StratRisks - Islamic State pamphlets and flags have appeared in parts of
Pakistan and India, alongside signs that the ultra-radical group is
inspiring militants even in the strongholds of the Taliban and al Qaeda.
North Korea to put American detainee on trial
Press TV - Miller was arrested in April for tearing up his visa after
arriving in North Korea. Further details on the charges of the
26-year-old were not released. Jeffrey Fowle and Kenneth Bae were also
detained in North Korea. However, the statement did not include any
information on the two.
EU under pressure to allow GM food imports from US and Canada
The Guardian - Britain and other European Union member states are under
increasing pressure from North American business groups to open their
borders to imports of genetically modified food as part of negotiations
for a new Transatlantic trade deal, environmental campaigners have
Tasmania to Remain GMO Free for 5 more Years to Protect Honey Exports
Natural Society - The state of Tasmania knows that GMOs are leading to
bee deaths and causing potential harm, leading the island to remain GMO-free
for at least 5 more years.
Guatemala defies ‘Monsanto Law’ pushed by US as part of trade agreement
RT - The highest court in Guatemala has suspended the controversial
'Monsanto Law,' a provision of a US-Central American trade agreement,
that would insulate transnational seed corporations considered to have
“discovered" new plant varieties.
More than 110 municipalities in Quebec are now opposed to “smart” meter
Take Back Your Power - Worried about having those pesky counters imposed
upon them against their will, many citizens have mobilized and, notably,
received support from their municipal council in this very unequal
struggle. To date, over one hundred municipalities (111 as of August 26,
2014), representing more than two million Quebecers have called for a
moratorium on their deployment and/or a free opt-out.
U.S. News, Politics & Government
Obama Delays Executive Action On Amnesty
Breitbart - After months of threatening to enact immigration
reform on his own via executive order, President Barack Obama
announced he had changed his mind on the issue in an interview
with NBC’s Chuck Todd on “Meet the Press” that aired on Sunday.
The announcement was a surprise to many observers, who had seen
the President repeatedly attempt to leverage Congress into
adopting the immigration reform proposals he favored.
Toxic trail: Forgotten vials of ricin and plague discovered at
US govt lab
RT - Infectious, deadly diseases and toxins like plague,
botulism and ricin have been uncovered at government
laboratories in the United States. The discovery also revealed
some of the vials had been stored for over 60 years.
Aggressive police take hundreds of millions of dollars from
motorists not charged with crimes
Washington Post - Behind the rise in seizures is a little-known
cottage industry of private police-training firms that teach the
techniques of “highway interdiction” to departments across the
NYPD to test body cameras on officers this fall
RT - The New York Police Department announced it will start
outfitting dozens of officers with body cameras this fall – an
effort that could potentially see the entire agency embrace the
Over 100 teens swarm Memphis plaza, ‘knocking out’ shoppers
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (WREG) – CBS affiliate WREG reported that three
people are now recovering after a mob of teenagers ran through a
busy shopping plaza, seemingly picking out customers and Kroger
employees at random to attack.
Obama considers going after ISIS as public opinion tide turns in
favor of invasion
Kurt Nimmo - Things are looking up for the military industrial
complex and neocons who never weary of war against Muslims and
IRS says it has lost emails from 5 more employees
(AP) - The IRS says it has lost emails from five more workers
who are part of congressional investigations into the treatment
of conservative groups that applied for tax exempt status....
The agency blamed computer crashes for the lost emails. In a
statement, the IRS said it found no evidence that anyone
deliberately destroyed evidence.
Proof! FBI Says Americans More Dangerous Than ISIS Invasion
Mikael Thalen - An FBI presentation at a recent Georgia business
meeting claims that “homegrown extremists” are more dangerous
than the Islamic State or ISIS terrorist group.
Cruz to introduce bill to strip citizenship from Americans who
join Islamic State
Washington Times - Sen. Ted Cruz, Texas Republican, announced
plans on Friday to introduce legislation to strip U.S.
citizenship from Americans fighting with Islamic State
militants. Mr. Cruz will file the legislation when the Senate
returns to Washington on Monday.
Border Patrol Buys Body Armor Capable of Stopping AK-47 Rounds
Amid ISIS Threat
Kit Daniels - In seeming preparation for Islamic militants who
are reportedly operating near the U.S. border in Juarez, Mexico,
the Border Patrol announced it is buying body armor capable of
stopping AK-47 rounds commonly used by terrorists.
School Cops Across Texas Receiving Surplus Military Gear
Adan Salazar - Law enforcement units policing public schools in
Texas have acquired tons of used military gear, including M16
rifles, armored vehicles and scores of “high capacity
magazines,” all in alleged efforts to keep students safe.
Grassroots Resistance As 'Police Militarization' Expo Descends
MintPress News - As the summer closes on a note of outrage,
forces driving police militarization — including defense
contractors, law enforcement agencies, and SWAT teams from
around the world — are converging in Oakland, California on
September 4th through 8th for the 9th annual “Urban Shield”
exercise and weapons technology expo that is bankrolled by arms
manufacturers and the Department of Homeland Security.
Man Stands Up For Constitution As Cop “Detains” Him For Sitting
Outside His Own House
Steve Watson - A man in Youngstown, Ohio recently captured
captivating video as he stood up for his Constitutional rights
when a police officer began harassing him for no reason as he
sat outside his own house.
De-Dollarization Continues: China-Argentina Agree Currency Swap,
Will Trade In Yuan
Zero Hedge - As Reuters reports, China and Argentina's central
banks have agreed a multi-billion dollar currency swap operation
"to bolster Argentina's foreign reserves" or "pay for Chinese
imports with Yuan," as Argentina's USD reserves dwindle. In
addition, Argentina claims China supports the nation's plans in
the defaulted bondholder dispute.
Record 92,269,000 Not in Labor Force; Participation Rate Matches
CNS News - A record 92,269,000 Americans 16 and older did not
participate in the labor force in August, as the labor force
participation rate matched a 36-year low of 62.8 percent,
according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
24,639,000: Record Number of Foreign-Born Hold Jobs in U.S.
CNS News - The number of foreign-born individuals holding jobs
in the United States hit a recorded high of 24,639,000 in
August, according to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics...
The BLS does not distinguish between foreign-born individuals
who are in the United States legally and those who are here
Fast food protesters to be hit with massive job losses when
Obama grants amnesty in November
(NaturalNews) ...the raw truth of the situation is that a $15 /
hour wage mandate would simply cause many fast food companies to
close their doors and go out of business.... But the real kicker
here is that President Obama is on the verge of legalizing about
five million illegal immigrants via executive order.... This
creates five million new legal workers who won't demand $15 /
After 90% Decline, Protection Sought for Monarch Butterfly
Natural Blaze - The Center for Biological Diversity and Center
for Food Safety as co-lead petitioners joined by the Xerces
Society and renowned monarch scientist Dr. Lincoln Brower filed
a legal petition today to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
seeking Endangered Species Act protection for monarch
butterflies, which have declined by more than 90 percent in
under 20 years.
Barclays brings finger-vein biometrics to Internet banking
Ars Technica - Barclays has announced the arrival of personal
biometric scanners to keep your Internet banking security firmly
under your thumb.... The technology is already in use at
specific banks across Japan, North America, and Europe, but this
is a first for home or remote office use. Barclays already
employs other biometric authentications for business customers,
including voice recognition during phone calls to replace
passwords or security questions.
Rare Respiratory Virus Now Making Its Way Across the U.S.,
Sending Kids to ER
The Daily Sheeple - Ten states so far — including Kansas,
Missouri, Illinois, Iowa, Kentucky, Ohio, Oklahoma, Colorado,
North Carolina, and Georgia — have reported EV68 outbreaks, but
the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says it will
be making its way across the country, so if EV68 isn’t in your
state yet, it likely will be soon.
Evolution of Medicine Summit begins today: hear Mark Hyman, Lynn
McTaggart, Jeffrey Bland, Sayer Ji and many more
(NaturalNews) An online summit is launching today that qualifies
as a "can't miss event." This summit is free to attend and
delivers forward-looking information on the future of health and
Gum Disease - what causes it and natural remedies
(NaturalNews) To regain and maintain healthy teeth and gums, eat
a nutrient dense diet filled with whole, unadulterated foods of
which 80% are raw, organic vegetables and fruits. If you are
eating 80% raw, chances are you will be eating an alkaline diet.
If your diet is acidic, it will promote disease. Sugar creates
an acidic pH, which causes the blood to pull minerals
(especially calcium) from the bones and teeth. Sugar is your
enemy. You want to heal bone, not degrade it.
Neem oil - 10 best uses
(NaturalNews) If you have not heard about the herb neem, it is
time! Neem is a powerful popular herb in Ayurvedic medicine. It
has an incredible amount of uses from helping with digestive
issues to healing skin problems. It can be taken orally or
Reverse low thyroid with these 7 natural steps
(NaturalNews) More than 30 million women and 15 million men
suffer from symptoms of low thyroid function or poor metabolism,
and conventional medicine has few workable solutions for
addressing this growing epidemic.But there are some ways you can
address low thyroid function naturally without having to just
suffer for the rest of your life without hope.
Independent Lab ‘Confirms Viral DNA in Merck Vaccine’
Natural Society - Merck can say that Gardasil contains ‘no viral
DNA’ all they want, but Dr. Sin Hang Lee had reported to the FDA
just over two years ago that the vaccine contains fragments of
DNA that shouldn’t be in something we give young women – so why
is Gardasil still on the market?
This Is The Way One Father Told His Pediatrician “No” To
Natural Blaze - Below is a letter written by Bob O’Kane, a
concerned parent, to his pediatrician about vaccines and the
danger they pose to his child. This letter is one great example
of how to approach your doctor, especially if you have looked
into the matter further and are uncomfortable with their stance
on the topic.
Researchers Find Soy Actually Accelerates Breast Cancer, Rather
Than Preventing It
preventdisease.com - Researchers at the Memorial Sloan Kettering
Cancer Centre in New York studying invasive breast cancer are
warning women that adding soy to your diet could will speed up
the rate at which breast cancer cells spread.
Turmeric produces remarkable recovery in Alzheimer’s patients
STEPin2 - A study published in the journal Ayu titled “Effects
of turmeric on Alzheimer’s disease with behavioral and
psychological symptoms of dementia” showed promising results for
the benefits of turmeric for Alzheimer’s disease. The
researchers reported that three of their patients’ behavioral
symptoms “improved remarkably,” when they were given 746 mg of
turmeric a day for three months.
Ginkgo biloba Extract Improves ADHD Symptoms in Children
Green Med Info - Giving drugs (with numerous side effects and
addictive potential) to children for attention deficit disorders
assumes no natural alternatives. Research now confirms at least
one natural alternative: Ginkgo biloba.
- September 5, 2014 - Today in History:
1774 - The first session of the U.S. Continental Congress convenes in
Philadelphia. The delegates drafted a declaration of rights and
grievances, organized the Continental Association, and elected Peyton
Randolph as the first president of the Continental Congress.
1793 - In France, the "Reign of Terror" began. The National Convention
enacted measures to repress the French Revolutionary activities.
1836 - Sam Houston was elected as the first president of the Republic of
1877 - Sioux chief Crazy Horse was killed by the bayonet of a U.S.
soldier. The chief allegedly resisted confinement to a jail cell
1881 - The American Red Cross provided relief for disaster for the first
time. The disaster was the Great Fire of 1881 in Michigan
1882 - The first U.S. Labor Day parade was held in New York City.
1914 - Babe Ruth hit his first home run as a professional player in the
1914 - The Battle of the Marne began. The Germans, British and French
fought for six days killing half a million people.
1917 - Federal raids were carried out in 24 cities on International
Workers of the World (IWW) headquarters. The raids were prompted by
suspected anti-war activities within the labor organization.
1939 - The U.S. proclaimed its neutrality in World War II.
1945 - Iva Toguri D'Aquino was arrested. D'Aquino was suspected of being
the wartime radio propagandist "Tokyo Rose". She served six years and
was later pardoned by U.S. President Ford.
1983 - U.S. President Reagan denounced the Soviet Union for shooting
down a Korean Air Lines. Reagan demanded that the Soviet Union pay
reparations for the act that killed 269 people.
1985 - Rioting in South Africa spilled into white neighborhoods for the
1990 - Iraqi President Saddam Hussein urged for a Holy War against the
West and former allies.
1995 - France set off an underground nuclear blast in the South Pacific.
2005 - President George W. Bush nominated John Roberts to be chief
Russian General Demands Preemptive Nuclear Strike Doctrine Against NATO
Zero Hedge - ...a Russian general has called for Russia to revamp its
military doctrine, last updated in 2010, to clearly identify the U.S.
and its NATO allies as Moscow's enemy number one. That in itself is not
disturbing... Where things, however, get very problematic is that the
general demands that Russia spell out the conditions under which the
country would launch a preemptive nuclear strike against the 28-member
The Battle For Strategic Mariupol Begins As NATO Vows To Do “Whatever It
Zero Hedge - Shelling is reported to have started on the eastern
outskirts of Mariupol, Ukraine, according to local reporters on social
media. This crucial city, due to its standing as the last major city
standing in the way of a land connection to Crimea (from Russia) across
the Southern border.
US Boots in Iraq and Baltics, Authorization to Attack Syria...and US
Troops in Ukraine!
Ron Paul Institute - As the NATO summit in Wales kicks off today, with
an expected agreement to create a "spearhead" force of up to 5,000
troops to rapidly deploy to any "hotspot" in eastern Europe, we learn
that the US will also send several hundred troops to participate in NATO
military exercises in Ukraine later this month.
NATO Leaders to Vow to Lift Military Spending
Blacklisted News - Leaders of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization
will pledge at a summit here to lift their military spending to 2% of
each country's gross domestic product over the next 10 years, according
to three officials familiar with the negotiations over the summit
communiqué. Only four of NATO's 28 member states currently meet or
exceed that level: the U.S., U.K., Greece and Estonia.
Korea create army unit to destroy North Korea’s nukes
StratRisks - South Korea said it would create a combined army unit with
the United States, reportedly tasked with destroying North Korea’s
weapons of mass destruction in the event of an all-out conflict. The
mechanised unit led by a US major general will be set up in the first
half of next year as part of elaborate preparations for any future war
between the two Koreas.
The Second Ebola Outbreak is Just As Strange as the First
The Daily Sheeple - Despite the uncharacteristic spread of the virus, it
isn’t the oddest thing to come out of the news lately. Recently it was
found that the Ebola virus had spread to the Congo, and a total of 31
people have died of the infection. In a strange twist however, that
outbreak ended up being completely unrelated to the Ebola in Western
Germany's top supermarkets force the poultry industry to use safe,
non-GMO feed again
(NaturalNews) European consumers do not want to eat food produced by
animals that have been fed genetically modified (GM) feed. Unlike in the
United States, the German market has been forced to adhere to consumer
Kiev & self-defense forces ready for Friday ceasefire if Minsk talks
RT - The Ukrainian president and the heads of the self-proclaimed
People's Republics of Donetsk and Lugansk have said they are ready to
order a ceasefire if peace talks in Minsk, Belarus on Friday are
US, EU preparing new round of economic sanctions against Russia
RT - Reuters reported on Thursday that the White House is working on a
new wave of sanctions against Russia, which may be imposed in tandem
with embargoes expected to be announced by European Union
representatives later this week. The newswire made the announcement as
the White House participated in a conference-call with reporters.
Russian Experts Push Medvedev to Include GMOs in Sanctions
Sustainable Pulse - In an official letter Wednesday to Russian Prime
Minister Dimitry Medvedev, a group of top Russian experts including
scientists, farmers and eco groups urged him to add all foods containing
GMOs to the existing food sanctions that have been placed by Russia on
the EU, U.S. and Australia amongst others.
NATO to give Ukraine 15mn euros, lethal and non-lethal military supplies
RT - NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen announced a
"comprehensive and tailored package of measures" including the donation
of 15 million euros “through NATO” at a joint news conference with the
Ukrainian president on Thursday on the first day of the NATO summit in
VIDEO: NATO Vs Russia (In 99 Seconds)
Zero Hedge - NATO has often seemed to lack purpose, and now, as The
Guardian explains in this excellent 99-second primer on how we got here;
at its summit in Wales this month NATO faces one of its biggest
challenges in years – the defense of Europe against Russia...
‘Most convincing evidence’: Russian embassy trolls NATO with toy tanks
RT - Some of Russia’s diplomats have joined a digital diplomacy row as
they trolled NATO by “leaking” on Twitter the alliance’s “most
convincing evidence” of Russian troops’ alleged presence in Ukraine....
This is evidently a response to NATO’s release of satellite images
described as a “proof” of Russia’s military involvement in Ukraine.
U.S. News, Politics & Government
Army now says it won’t put cameras on surveillance aircraft in
Washington Post - Military surveillance aircraft slated to be
set aloft over suburban Baltimore this year were originally
designed to carry video cameras capable of distinguishing
between humans and wheeled vehicles from a distance of at least
five kilometers, according to documents the Army has newly
released to a privacy group.
At least 6 Ferguson Cops Named in Civil Rights Suits
1newsjunkie - Besides Darren Wilson, the Ferguson, Mo., officer
who killed unarmed Michael Brown earlier this month, six others
on the same force have been named in civil rights lawsuits
alleging the use of excessive force, the Washington Post
Top CIA officer in Benghazi delayed response to terrorist
attack, US security team members claim
Fox News - A U.S. security team in Benghazi was held back from
immediately responding to the attack on the American diplomatic
mission on orders of the top CIA officer there, three of those
involved told Fox News’ Bret Baier. Their account gives a
dramatic new turn to what the Obama administration and its
allies would like to dismiss as an “old story” – the September
11, 2012 Benghazi attacks...
Indiana city requires businesses to have outdoor surveillance
cameras approved by police
MassPrivatei - Businesses in the city operating between the
hours of 10 p.m. and 6 a.m. will be required to have three
high-resolution surveillance cameras recording public access
areas following passage Tuesday of an ordinance by the City
Council. Businesses have a three-month grace period until the
ordinance is enforced and failure to comply after that could
result in fines up to $2,500 and revocation of its business
VIDEO: Common Core Teaches New Way To Add 9 + 6 That Takes 54
Daily Caller - It’s back-to-school time, America. As a courtesy
to parents sure to be frustrated with their children’s
infuriating Common Core homework, Buffalo, N.Y. NBC affiliate
WGRZ has published a series of helpful videos.
Texas man killed by Laredo police officers who unleashed 80
NY Daily News - A man armed with a pellet gun was shot dead by
police in Texas early Saturday morning, and family members claim
officers unleashed some 80 shots in the fusilade. Laredo police
killed Jose Walter Garza, 30, after receiving a call of a man
with a gun at the Gateway Truck Stop around 1:50 a.m.,
Investigator Joe E. Baeza, the department spokesman, told the
Daily News on Tuesday.
Will The 2012 Bribery Scandal Torpedo Rand Paul’s 2016 Hopes?
The Hill - The bribery scandal surrounding former Rep. Ron
Paul’s (R-Texas) 2012 presidential bid is threatening to damage
his son’s 2016 White House prospects. The saga took down Sen.
Rand Paul’s (R-Ky.) likely campaign manager, Jesse Benton, who
was running Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell’s (R-Ky.)
reelection bid. And the implications of wrongdoing two years ago
could still further trickle down and hobble the younger Paul’s
developing presidential campaign apparatus.
Do You Receive Free Lunch at Work? The IRS Wants to Tax it…
Michael Krieger - On August 26, 2014, the Department of Treasury
released the 2014-2015 Priority Guidance Plan which raised the
issue of employer-provided meals as one of 317 projects that are
priorities for the upcoming year. The plan “represents projects
we intend to work on actively during the plan year. Yes, a
“priority.” In other words: the IRS is rethinking looking the
other way when it comes to free meals.
Fast-Food Workers Strike, Arrested Across America: The Unseen
Costs Of The Minimum Wage
Zero Hedge 9/04/2014 - "Get up! Get down! Fast-food workers run
this town!" were the chants from fast-food workers in over 100
cities across America today, as empowered by President Obama's
explanation of 'fairness', they demanded a $15-per-hour minimum
wage amid strikes, rallies, and acts of civil disobedience.
Most People Don’t Believe It, But We Are Right On Schedule For
The Next Financial Crash
Economic Collapse - People have such short memories. Even though
we are repeating so many of the same patterns that we witnessed
in 2000-2001 and 2007-2008, most people do not think that
another financial crash is coming.
'Hoarding Money' - A New Meme?
The Daily Bell - Fed: US consumers have decided to 'hoard money'
... One of the great mysteries of the post-financial crisis
world is why the U.S. has lacked inflation despite all the money
being pumped into the economy. The St. Louis Federal Reserve
thinks it has the answer: A paper the central bank branch
published this week blames the low level of money movement in
large part on consumers and their "willingness to hoard money."
Drought apocalypse begins in California as wells run dry
(NaturalNews) Water wells in central California have begun to
run dry, reports the LA Times. (1) "Extreme drought conditions
have become so harsh for the Central Valley community of East
Porterville [that] many of its residents dependent on their own
wells have run out of water."
35-year 'megadrought' to strike the American southwest
BP Faces $18 Billion Fine For "Gross Negligence" In Gulf Of
Zero Hedge - U.S. District Judge Carl Barbier in New Orleans
ruled today that BP was "grossly negligent" in the 2010
Deepwater Horizon rig explosion and may face up to $18 billion
in civil penalties, according to The WSJ.
Comprehensive report: How smart meters invade privacy
Take Back Your Power - The original report was issued in March
of this year and has now been updated with new information
regarding investor owned utilities (IOUs) as well as addressing
a White House report concerning “big data” published in May
Way too close: 18-meter asteroid zips between Earth & moon
RT - An asteroid will speed past our planet on Sunday,
practically shaving terrestrial space as the rock whizzes past
Earth just one tenth of its distance from the moon. The rare
occasion will be most clearly witnessed in the skies above New
Zero Hedge - According to the WSJ, a hacker broke into part of
the HealthCare.gov insurance enrollment website in July and
uploaded malicious software. And the punchline: neither the
government, nor the security contractor, Blue Canopy Group,
found out it had been hacked until two months later.
The information Google doesn't want you to organize: Column
USA Today - Back in February, in a San Jose courtroom, a
bombshell was dropped that could have been erased from the
public record. It turns out that Google, which bases its
business on collecting and analyzing huge reams of data for
advertising purposes, has been scanning users' emails even
before users have a chance to open or read them, including email
messages that are deleted without being opened. Google knows
what's in your email before you do.
Newly Revealed NSA Program ICREACH Extends the NSA's Reach Even
EFF - Turns out, the DEA and FBI may know what medical
conditions you have, whether you are having an affair, where you
were last night, and more—all without any knowing that you have
ever broken a law. That’s because the DEA and FBI, as part of
over 1000 analysts at 23 U.S. intelligence agencies, have the
ability to peer over the NSA’s shoulder and see much of the
NSA’s metadata with ICREACH.
US scientists working on mind-controlled drones for military use
RT - University researchers in Texas say they are designing a
new type of drone – one that could be controlled simply and only
with a soldier’s mind.
3D-printed robotic birds of prey are undergoing trials
phys.org - Clear Flight Solutions has been at work developing
possibilities for automated operations with their Robird models,
and have started practical trials with partners. The trials will
continue all this year and the first half of 2015, said the
group. Results so far are promising. Wired reported that "At one
landfill, they've seen a 75 percent decrease in bird visits. The
ones that do return have their heads on a swivel."
Exclusive: Mystery of Rogue Cell Towers Discovered
Mikael Thalen - Recent reports on rogue cell phone towers being
used across the country to intercept mobile cell phone data is
drawing a response from federal agents who claim the towers are
not being used by law enforcement groups.
Law Enforcement Agencies Scramble For Pricey Cell Tower Spoofer
Upgrades As Older Networks Are Shut Down
Techdirt - The surveillance device that dare not speak its name
(thanks, FBI!) is on its last legs… or at least one version is.
Cyrus Farivar at Ars Technica reports that law enforcement
agencies are moving quickly to avoid being locked out of the
cell tower spoofing racket.
Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
U.S. Representative Questions EPA’s Risk Assessment of
(Beyond Pesticides) U.S. Representative Henry Waxman (D-Calif.)
sent a letter to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
last week asking them a poignant question: Why didn’t the human
health risk assessment of Dow’s newest 2,4-D-based herbicide
apply the ten-fold safety factor required by national law to
protect children and infants?
EPA: List of Common Pesticides That Contain 2,4-D
epa.gov - There may be additional products sold in your area hat
are not included on this list but that contain these active
ingredients. Please check the ingredient statement on other
product labels to determine if they contain any of the active
Food Forests Could Bring Healthy Organic Food To Everyone – For
Natural Blaze - Unfortunately society has been conditioned to
clear the land and create unsustainable fields which need high
inputs to be maintained. Food forests are abundant and can yield
significantly more than the conventional farming and mono
cropping that dominates much of the industrial landscape today.
Gardener’s To-Do List for September
Organic Gardening - Here’s a zone-by-zone to-do list for the
month of September.
How to kill candida and balance your intestinal flora
(NaturalNews) Ways to kill candida and balance your intestinal flora
Most people ingest too many refined, processed foods. Even us health
nuts have a tendency to do this. In this fast paced world, with the body
biologically programmed to desire sweets and other easy carbohydrates
that are so much harder to find in nature, it's common and totally
normal to have too much candida in our body.
Grapefruit and helichrysum extract combat diabetes and obesity
(NaturalNews) In the Nutrition Department at the University of Navarra
in Spain, Professor Alfredo Martinez and lecturer Fermin Milagro made a
clinical breakthrough. They found out that both grapefruit and
helichrysum extract can effectively combat diabetes and obesity.
Health benefits of pineapple include everything from tumor reduction to
(NaturalNews) Pineapple is a tasty fruit, typically enjoyed during the
summertime and for its sweet, tropical flavor. However, the goodness of
pineapple extends well beyond its taste, as it offers several health
benefits worth exploring.
The unspoken link between GM-foods and cancer
(NaturalNews) For those living in US, about 70 percent of the processed
foods one consumes daily actually contain genetically modified (GM)
ingredients. Should this be of concern? Yes! Studies, few as there are,
show a strong link between GM-foods and cancer. And it is time to learn
CDC whistleblower goes further: mercury causes autism
Jon Rappoport - Beyond admitting to fraud in a 2004 CDC study that
exonerated the MMR vaccine, Dr. William Thompson, a CDC scientist,
asserts there is a connection between mercury (thimerosal) in vaccines
and autism. Thompson states that giving a vaccine containing mercury to
a pregnant woman is something he would never do.
4 Steps to Heal Leaky Gut and Autoimmune Disease
Green Med Info - Leaky Gut Syndrome is a rapidly growing condition that
millions of people struggle with and don't even know it can lead to many
other health conditions.
Tainted Fruit - Watch Out For This Hidden Ingredient
Natural Blaze - People with food allergies always have to watch what
they eat. Now, they may have to watch what their fruits and vegetables
eat, as it seems it's possible to have an allergic reaction to
antibiotic residues in food.
The Hierarchy of Fruit Sugar: Which Fruits Should You Eat?
Natural Blaze - When you want to cut down on the sugar in your diet,
fruit should not be ignored. Below is the hierarchy of fruit sugar among
many common fruits.
Are You Still Eating One of The Worst Carbs For Your Health?
preventdisease.com - Modern wheat really isn't wheat at all and far from
the health food the wheat industry wants you to believe it is.
High-yielding and now genetically modified varieties of wheat are making
this one cereal grain you'll probably want to axe from your food list.
VIDEO: The Hazards of Backyard Hens
Daily Paul - For far too long chicken people have hidden the hazards of
raising backyard hens. I'm here to spread the truth. [Only people who
own, or know people who own chickens would appreciate this]
- September 4, 2014 - Today in History:
1781 - Los Angeles, CA, was founded by Spanish settlers. The original
name was "El Pueblo de Nuestra Senora La Reina de Los Angeles de
Porciuncula," which translates as "The Town of the Queen of Angels."
1885 - The Exchange Buffet opened in New York City. It was the first
self-service cafeteria in the U.S.
1886 - Geronimo, and the Apache Indians he led, surrendered in Skeleton
Canyon in Arizona to Gen. Nelson Miles.
1894 - A strike in New York City by 12,000 tailors took place to protest
1917 - The American expeditionary force in France suffered its first
fatalities in World War I.
1923 - The first American dirigible, the "Shenandoah," began its maiden
voyage in Lakehurst, NJ.
1944 - During World War II, British troops entered the city of Antwerp,
1957 - The Arkansas National Guard was ordered by Governor Orval Faubus
to keep nine black students from going into Little Rock's Central High
1957 - The Ford Motor Company began selling the Edsel. The car was so
unpopular that it was taken off the market only two years.
1967 - Michigan Gov. George Romney said during a TV interview that he
had undergone "brainwashing" by U.S. officials while visiting Vietnam in
1981 - The Soviet Union began war games with about 100,000 troops on the
1983 - U.S. officials announced there had been an American plane, used
for reconnaissance, in the vicinity of the Korean Air Lines flight that
was shot down.
1993 - Pope John Paul II started his first visit to the former Soviet
1998 - In Mexico, bankers stopped approving personal loans and
1998 - While in Ireland, U.S. President Clinton said the words "I'm
sorry" for the first time about his affair with Monica Lewinsky and
described his behavior as indefensible.
2006 - "Crocodile Hunter" Steve Irwin, 44, died after a stingray's barb
pierced his chest.
2007 - Toy maker Mattel Inc. recalled 800,000 lead-tainted, Chinese-made
toys worldwide, a third major recall in just over a month.
2008 - Sen. John McCain accepted the Republican presidential nomination
at the party's convention in St. Paul, Minn.
2008 - Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick pleaded guilty to obstruction of
justice in a sex scandal, forcing the Democrat out of office.
Photo Tweet Claims to Show Sotloff Fighting with Syrian Mercenaries
Kurt Nimmo - It was posted on Wednesday. Arabic text accompanying the
photo identifies the man as Sotloff. The unverified – and in the
supposed ISIS video, not shown – beheading of Sotloff is being used as a
pretext to launch a war inside Syria against the Saudi and Qatari
financed and U.S. military trained Islamic State, formerly ISIS.
Canadians involved in kidnappings, torture of US journalists – report
At least three Canadian nationals, who joined an Al-Qaeda-linked
militant group in Syria, were responsible for holding and brutally
interrogating US journalists Theo Curtis and Matt Schrier, CBC reported.
‘NATO plan against Russia to cost several hundred million euro a year’
RT - The implementation of NATO’s readiness action plan to 'overt'
Russian threat, which will be presented at the alliance’s summit in
Wales on September 4, will involve “several hundred million euros” a
year, says the bloc’s commander.
Ukraine ceasefire: Putin lays out 7-step plan to stop hostilities in E.
RT - Kiev must withdraw troops from southeastern regions of Ukraine and
rebels must stop offensive to stop bloodshed, Russia’s President
Vladimir Putin says. He and Ukrainian leader Petro Poroshenko discussed
"a ceasefire regime."
200 US troops to join Ukraine war game
Press TV - The Pentagon says 200 US troops would be deployed to Ukraine
to take part in a military exercise in the country later this month.
This is the first deployment of US ground troops to Ukraine since Kiev
engaged in a bloody conflict with pro-Russians in the east earlier this
Russia's strategic nuclear forces to hold major exercise this month
(Reuters) - The forces responsible for Russia's strategic nuclear
arsenal will conduct major exercises this month involving more than
4,000 soldiers, the Defence Ministry said on Wednesday, in the latest
sign of rising tension with NATO over the Ukraine crisis.
4 NATO warships to enter Black Sea before September 7 – military source
RT - Four NATO warships from US, France, Canada and Spain will
reportedly enter Black Sea waters this week, a diplomatic and military
France Folds; Suspends Shipment Of Russian Warship - NATO Allies Pleased
Zero Hedge - France is suspending the delivery of the 1st of 2 hulking
Mistral warships to Russia amid security concerns about Moscow's actions
in neighboring Ukraine, AP reports President Francois Hollande's office
Why Does ISIS Fit In So Perfectly With The PNAC Plan?
Activist Post - Here are some simple burning questions whose answers can
only be described by the globalist plans for a new world order. These
questions strike at the root of the question all of humanity is asking:
Who is ISIS?
Sotloff Video Found by Group Responsible for Releasing Fake Osama bin
Kurt Nimmo - The group purportedly responsible for discovering the
Steven Sotloff beheading video is an intelligence asset specializing in
war on terror propaganda. The video was first obtained by SITE
Intelligence Group (Search for International Terrorist Entities), also
known as SITE Intel Group, a relatively under-the-radar yet apparently
very powerful nonprofit research body that monitors jihadist movements,”
reports USA Today.
* Related Video:
Is the Steven Sotloff Beheading Video Fake?
Current Ebola Epidemic Death Count Surpasses All Previous Outbreaks
Zero Hedge - Perhaps, when Doctors-Without-Borders and the World Health
Organization start speaking in panicced terms about 'out of control'
outbreaks, 'global crisis', 'lethally inadequate' responses; that it's
time for the west to start getting involved (as opposed to sending
humanitarian advisers to Iraq and Ukraine).
Ebola-infected patient in Liberia escapes quarantine, enters crowded
RT - A video has emerged that an Ebola-infected patient has escaped a
quarantine zone in Liberian hospital and went to a local crowded market
in search of food. He was then pursued by medical staff and returned to
16 Apocalyptic Quotes From Global Health Officials About This Horrific
Economic Collapse - We have never seen anything like this in any of our
lifetimes, and the scary part is that this might only be just the
beginning. The following are 16 apocalyptic quotes from global health
officials about this horrific Ebola epidemic...
U.S. News, Politics & Government
Slip-Up? McCain Says “National Security Team Recommended Arming
Mikael Thalen - Freudian slip shows senator’s struggle to
differentiate between terrorists he’s armed. Arizona Sen. John
McCain made an interesting comment regarding the federal
government’s policy towards the ISIS terrorist group Wednesday
evening during an appearance on Fox News.
Justice Dept. to probe Ferguson police force
Washington post - Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. this week
will launch a broad civil rights investigation into the
Ferguson, Mo., Police Department, according to two federal law
Feds Retaliate Against Border Agent for Speaking to Media
Adan Salazar - Ron Zermeno, a Border Patrol union representative
working the San Diego sector, was one of the few field agents
willing to comment on the recent illegal immigrant surge prior
to a federal gag order prohibiting agents from speaking to the
Frank Wolf to Introduce Bill Authorizing Military Action Against
Breitbart - Though President Barack Obama hasn’t consulted
America’s legislative branch on what to do about the ISIS
threat, Rep. Frank Wolf (R-VA)—a national security hawk from
Virginia—is stepping forward himself to introduce legislation
that would congressionally authorize military action against
ISIS and other terror threats in the region.
Ron And Rand Paul Do Not Agree About ISIS
BuzzFeed News - Sen. Rand Paul on Friday told the Associated
Press that the United States should pursue ISIS aggressively...
In an emailed comment, however, Paul elaborated by saying: “If I
were president, I would call a joint session of Congress. I
would lay out the reasoning of why ISIS is a threat to our
national security and seek congressional authorization to
destroy ISIS militarily.” His father, Ron Paul, on Sunday wrote
that the United States should at all costs avoid intervening in
Will Ferguson shooting victim's juvenile records be released?
CBS News - Lawyers for two media organizations asked a judge
Wednesday to release any possible juvenile records of the
unarmed 18-year-old who was killed by a suburban St. Louis
police officer last month. A 45-minute hearing before a St.
Louis County family court judge didn't reveal whether Michael
Brown has such a record. However, a lawyer for the county
juvenile office, which opposes the media requests, said only
that Brown was never charged with a serious felony.
Foreign Ownership of U.S. Government Debt Passes $6 Trillion
CNS News - Of the $6,013,200,000,000 in U.S. government debt
held by foreign interests, $4,108,200,000,000 was categorized by
the Treasury as “foreign official” debt holdings---meaning it
was owned by institutions controlled by foreign governments.
New trial ordered for soldier who says anti-smoking drug drove
him to kill
thestate.com - The nation’s highest military appeals court on
Wednesday ordered a new trial for a soldier who killed a Fresno,
Calif., native in a sudden rage allegedly induced by the
anti-smoking drug Chantix.
Concussion: Americas Hidden Epidemic
The Daily Sheeple - Although people tend to view concussion as a
minor injury it isn’t. Concussion is a traumatic brain injury
and people who have had concussion can suffer from it’s affects
for years.... Military veterans are obviously top of the list
for this type of injury. Even a blast wave can cause the brain
to get shaken inside the hard vault of the skull, and it’s this
that causes the trauma. More than 260,000 veterans from
Afghanistan and Iraq have been diagnosed so far. There will be
Fluoride in private wells linked to decreased IQ
(NaturalNews) One such problematic area is Maine, where granite
layers that exist deep beneath the surface leach fluoride into
groundwater and private wells. In some parts of the state,
nearly half of all private wells sampled were found to contain
fluoride at levels exceeding the state maximum of 2 milligrams
per liter (mg/L). And in other areas, fluoride levels exceed the
national maximum of 4 mg/L.
7 Smells That Can Help Relieve Stress
Dr. Mercola - There are probably as many uses for aromatherapy as there
are essential oils, but research shows particular promise in relieving
stress, stabilizing your mood, improving sleep, pain, and nausea relief,
and improving your memory and energy level.
Tick bite turns people into involuntary vegetarians
(NaturalNews) It seems that a tick called the lone star tick -- because
it supposedly originated, ironically, from the beef-producing state of
Texas -- creates an extreme allergy to meat, especially red meat, that
sometimes forces folks into hospital emergency rooms. But it doesn't
cause Lyme disease.
Lavender and orange oil spider vein remedy
STEPin2 - Massaging with the right essential oils can help get rid of
spider veins. Lavender and orange essential oil both help strengthen the
capillary walls in the blood vessels. Mix the following ingredients...
Crispy, Golden…and Potentially Dangerous!
Alliance for Natural Health - Grass-fed, organic, free-range. But are
you undermining those benefits with the way you cook your food?
Energy drinks cause heart problems says study
Natural Blaze - Professor Drici said: “So-called ‘energy drinks’ are
popular in dance clubs and during physical exercise, with people
sometimes consuming a number of drinks one after the other. This
situation can lead to a number of adverse conditions including angina,
cardiac arrhythmia (irregular heartbeat) and even sudden death.”
Where Coke Thrives and Belongs - In The Toilet
preventdisease.com - The phosphoric acid in Coke has an immediate effect
on the body which triggers tiny inflammatory cascades which result from
the irritability of the esophagus and blood vessels. A good example of
how effective Coke is at literally cutting through surfaces, is how
effective it is at cleaning.
Fermented Vegetables: Finicky Pets Might Not Like This Superfood, But
It's a Potent Cancer Fighter
Dr. Becker - Dogs, and to a lesser extent cats need vegetables for the
roughage, phytonutrients, and antioxidants they provide, which mimics
what would be found in their prey’s digestive tracts. One of the best
ways to provide vegetables to pets is by fermenting them. Fermented
veggies are optimally digestible for dogs and cats, and they also offer
powerful probiotic benefits.
- September 3, 2014 - Today in History:
1783 - The Revolutionary War between the U.S. and Great Britain ended
with the Treaty of Paris.
1833 - The first successful penny newspaper in the U.S., "The New York
Sun," was launched by Benjamin H. Day.
1939 - British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain, in a radio broadcast,
announced that Britain and France had declared war on Germany. Germany
had invaded Poland on September 1.
1943 - Italy was invaded by the Allied forces during World War II.
1954 - "The Lone Ranger" was heard on radio for the final time after
2,956 episodes over a period of 21 years.
1966 - The television series "The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet" ended
after 14 years.
1967 - Nguyen Van Thieu was elected president of South Vietnam under a
1967 - In Sweden, motorists stopped driving on the left side of the road
and began driving on the right side.
1976 - The U.S. spacecraft Viking 2 landed on Mars. The unmanned
spacecraft took the first close-up, color photos of the planet's
1981 - Egypt arrested more than 1,500 opponents of the government.
1989 - The U.S. began shipping military aircraft and weapons, worth $65
million, to Columbia in its fight against drug lords.
1994 - Russia and China announced that they would no longer be targeting
nuclear missiles or using force against each other.
1999 - Mario Lemieux's ownership group officially took over the National
Hockey League's Pittsburgh Penguins. Lemieux became the first player in
the modern era of sports to buy the team he had once played for.
2013 - Hunters in Mississippi caught a 727-pound alligator.
2005 - President George W. Bush ordered more than 7,000 active duty
forces to the Gulf Coast in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.
2005 - Chief Justice William H. Rehnquist died at age 80.
US Troops Are Heading To Ukraine
Zero Hedge - While only 'humanitarian adviser' boots on the ground are
present in Iraq (and Syria), Reuters reports that preparations are under
way near Ukraine's western border for a joint military exercise this
month with more than 1,000 troops from the United States and its allies.
Obama orders 350 additional troops to Iraq
RT - US President Barack Obama on Tuesday authorized the deployment of
an additional 350 American troops to Iraq, where they will be charged
with protecting US diplomats and facilitates in Baghdad.
Second American journalist beheaded by ISIS terrorists
RT - The Associated Press and the SITE Intel Group, an organization that
tracks the online activity of terrorist groups, both reported on Tuesday
that the Islamic State has posted a video of the execution barely two
weeks after the group formerly known as ISIS published a similar clip of
American photojournalist James Foley suffering the same fate.
Kiev retracts 'permanent' ceasefire statement, says steps for
establishing peace agreed
RT - Kiev retracted its earlier statement regarding a “permanent
ceasefire” in eastern Ukraine, which followed a phone call between the
Russian and Ukrainian leaders. The new wording from Poroshenko’s office
talks of a ceasefire “regime”.
‘We may consider airstrike’: UK confirms ISIS hostage video authentic
RT - UK PM David Cameron is weighing Britain’s options following the
latest video from the Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) which
reportedly shows the beheading of a US journalist, followed by a pledge
that a Briton will be next.
Saudi King Warns ISIS “Will Reach Europe In One Month, US In Two”
Zero Hedge - As if the fearmongery and vitriol of UK, Europe and the US
were not enough, the Middle-East’s ‘allied’ leaders are now opining on
the threat of ISIS.
Missing Libyan Jetliners Raise Fears of Suicide Airliner Attacks on 9/11
freebeacon.com - Islamist militias in Libya took control of nearly a
dozen commercial jetliners last month, and western intelligence agencies
recently issued a warning that the jets could be used in terrorist
attacks across North Africa.
Warning to the World: Washington and its NATO & EU Vassals are Insane —
Paul Craig Roberts
Paul Craig Roberts - Herbert E. Meyer, a nutcase who was a special
assistant to the CIA director for a period during the Reagan
administration, has penned an article calling for Russian President
Putin’s assassination. If we have “ to get him out of the Kremlin
feet-first with a bullet hole in the back of his head, that would be
okay with us.” As the crazed Meyer illiustrates, the insanity that
Washington has released upon the world knows no restraint.
China refuses to permit GM rice and corn to be grown by research groups
(NaturalNews) The Chinese government will not permit the issuance of new
biosafety certificates to research groups that were once allowed to grow
genetically modified rice and corn, likely part of Beijing's ongoing
effort to prevent the spread of GM crops in the world's most populous
Monsanto funds trip for Indian parliament members in bid to get GMO
trial ban overturned
(NaturalNews) Within weeks after India's Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)
negated an effort to conduct field trials for 15 genetically modified
crops, a group of lawmakers from the party, as well as other Indian
politicians, made plans to travel to the United States for a week-long
junket sponsored by none other than GMO giant Monsanto.
Nato Plans 'Spearhead' Force To Face Russia
Sky News - Nato is set to create a high-readiness force and stockpile
military equipment in Eastern Europe as a bulwark against potential
Russian aggression, the alliance's chief has said. Secretary General
Anders Fogh Rasmussen said the proposed new force could be comprised of
several thousand troops contributed to on a rotating basis by the 28
NATO's "Military Hysteria" Undermines Peace in Ukraine, says Russia
NSA docs reveal U.S. hand in tracking and killing Kurdish separatists
Common Dreams - The United States has been inextricably involved in
Turkey's surveillance and targeting of Kurdish rebel groups for years
and even had a hand in a botched mission that resulted in the killing of
34 innocent people. Despite this ongoing collaboration, according to
documents leaked by Edward Snowden and jointly reported by The Intercept
and Der Spiegel on Sunday, the country itself remains one of the
National Security Agency's top surveillance targets.
Iran sends 95 tons of aid to Gaza
Press TV - On Tuesday, the IRCS said it sent 95 tons of aid to the
coastal enclave, including 35 tons of medicine and medical equipment.
Tents, blankets, and canned food were among other items sent to Gaza.
Palestine: Israeli Army Demolishes Orphanage Dairy Factory in the West
Global Research - Israeli soldiers invaded on Tuesday, at dawn, the
southern West Bank city of Hebron, and initiated the destruction of a
dairy factory that belongs to the Islamic Charitable Society for
Orphans, in the city.
Israel announces construction of biggest settlement in 30 years
The Telegraph - Almost 1,000 acres of land in the Etzion Jewish
settlement bloc near Bethlehem were declared "state land, on the
instructions of the political echelon" by the military-run Civil
Documents show how US allowed Israel to have nukes
Press TV - The US government has declassified top-secret documents from
45 years ago showing how the US allowed Israel to possess nuclear
program.... The files that were made public by the Interagency Security
Classification Appeals Panel (ISCAP) after decades it refused to
declassify the secrets of the Israeli nuclear program and the US role in
Preliminary MH17 crash report to be published within a week –
RT - A preliminary report on the reasons behind the Malaysia Airlines
MH17 crash in eastern Ukraine will be released within days. However, it
will take one year to perform a full investigation which will answer all
questions, the Dutch Safety Board (DSB) said.
American male doctor contracts Ebola while working in Liberia as experts
warn the world is losing the battle against deadly disease
Daily Mail - The unnamed doctor had been treating women in the
obstetrics ward of a hospital in the Liberian capital, his charity
Serving In Mission said on Tuesday. The group doesn't know how the
doctor contracted Ebola since the ward is separate from the zone where
Ebola patients are being treated.
Kazakhstan authorities on high alert after radioactive container goes
The Guardian - Authorities in Kazakhstan are on high alert after a
container holding the radioactive substance caesium-137 disappeared in
the west of the country, police said on Tuesday.
Fukushima: TEPCO sued for $868,000 in unpaid ‘danger money’
RT - Four subcontractors, working to decommission the crippled Fukushima
nuclear power plant, are suing the Tokyo Electric Power Company, in the
first-ever such case, saying they were never compensated for working in
the radioactive area.
U.S. News, Politics & Government
Obama Administration Punishes Oklahoma for Repealing Common Core
Breitbart - The U.S. Department of Education (USED) has punished
the state of Oklahoma for repealing the Common Core standards
and reverting to its previous academic standards by rescinding
the state’s waiver from No Child Left Behind (NCLB), making it
the second state ever to lose its waiver from the law.
James Foley Worked Under USAID, a Known U.S. Intelligence Front.
Was He More Than Just a Journalist?
Blacklisted News - According to internal documents obtained by
the AP and interviews in six countries, USAID’s young operatives
posed as tourists, visited college campuses and used a ruse that
could undermine USAID’s credibility in critical health work
around the world: An HIV-prevention workshop one called the
“perfect excuse” to recruit political activists, according to a
report by Murillo’s group. For all the risks, some travelers
were paid as little as $5.41 an hour.
Homeland Security can’t find more than 6,000 foreign students
with expired student visas
redalertpolitics.com - The Department of Homeland Security has
lost track of more than 6,000 foreigners who entered the United
States on student visas that have now expired, ABC News reports.
This was a major security gap that was supposed to be fixed
after the 9/11 terror attacks.
YouTube: Judge Napolitano: NSA More Interested In Spying On
Americans Than ISIS
Fox News September 2nd, 2014.
No jail or fines for police dispatcher who ran fake autism
MassLive - A police dispatcher who was accused of operating a
fake autism charity and keeping donations for himself will not
face jail time or fines, and will pay $2,000 in restitution
though it's unclear how much money he actually took.
$28.25: the minimum wage D.C. would need to support a modest
Washington Post - Much attention has been paid to the fact that
the federal minimum wage has not kept pace with inflation (or
with increases in worker productivity, or with the rising
incomes of the 1 percent). But in a much less abstract sense,
federal and local minimum wages have also failed to keep up with
the rising cost of rent.... Here is the same map translated into
The Morning After: What Happens When A Government Destroys Its
Zero Hedge - “Everyone in the country was in shock. People’s net
worth had devalued more than 53% overnight.” Looking back, it
was so obvious. But most people ignored the warning signs
following the government's reassurances that all would be
well... It’s human nature to want to believe that everything is
going to be OK. Are we so different today?
The Seven Year Cycle Of Economic Crashes That Everyone Is
Economic Collapse - Large numbers of people believe that an
economic crash is coming next year based on a seven year cycle
of economic crashes that goes all the way back to the Great
Depression. What I am about to share with you is very
Billionaire threatens charity donations if Pope continues
support for the poor
examiner.com - Billionaire Ken Langone, the founder of Home
Depot issued a warning to Pope Francis during an interview with
CNBC which was published this past Monday. In the interview he
said that wealthy people such as himself are feeling ostracized
by the Pope’s messages in support of the poor, and might stop
giving to charity if the Pope continues to make statements
criticizing capitalism and income inequality.
Older Vets Committing Suicide at Alarming Rate
military.com - Veteran suicide numbers have gone up in recent
years with much of the attention focused on veterans of the wars
in Iraq and Afghanistan killing themselves. However, almost
seven out of 10 veterans who have committed suicide were over
the age of 50, according to a Department of Veterans Affairs
The Scariest California Drought Map Yet
Zero Hedge - Across California, reservoirs are running dry as the
drought continues to weigh dramatically on many parts of the economy.
The following map, showing the dismally low levels of reservoirs in all
their horrible glory could be the scariest drought map yet...
Nuclear industry hides from public huge radiation spikes at power plant
(NaturalNews) A nuclear insider has unleashed a bombshell about how
radiation is actually released from nuclear power plant reactors -- and
what he has to say might shock you. During a recent interview with
Nuclear Hotseat host Libbe HaLevy, radiation biologist Dr. Ian Fairlie
spoke about massive radiation spikes that occur when plant reactors are
refueled, a common occurrence that the industry has long withheld from
Science & Technology
Judge mulls contempt charges in Microsoft’s e-mail privacy fight with US
Ars Technica - A federal judge is mulling whether to hold Microsoft in
contempt of court for defying orders to give the US government e-mails
stored on an overseas server.... Microsoft on Tuesday reiterated its
position that it was talking with US District Judge Loretta Preska, the
judge who sided with the Obama administration on Friday. "We will not be
turning over the e-mail," Microsoft said in a statement.
Home Depot investigates potential hacking of credit card data
Ars Technica - The suspected breach, first reported on Tuesday by
journalist and security researcher Brian Krebs, may involve all 2,200 US
stores and has some of the hallmarks of the group that compromised
Target, Sally Beauty, and P.F. Chang's, according to Krebs. Home Depot
is currently looking into the fraud anomalies and promised to notify
customers as soon as it has evidence of a breach.
Humanoid robot to go on sale in US within a year
Bloomberg - Billionaire Masayoshi Son will start selling his humanoid
robots named “Pepper” at Sprint Corp. (S) stores in the U.S. by next
summer, part of SoftBank Corp.’s push to take the technology beyond
Pepper the Robot Just Wants to Make You Happy
Apple Showcases Education Apps ‘Aligned to Common Core
Mikael Thalen - Despite the growing backlash against Common Core
among parents and educators, the increasing number of schools
obtaining iPads through federal grants will likely keep Apple
from disassociating itself from the curriculum. “Considering
what a tangled web Common Core has become, you would think big
names like Apple would distance themselves from it, but perhaps
the prize is too profitable for some to ignore,” EAG News’
Danette Clark notes.
Hormone Disrupters Found in Wines and Spirits
Green Med Info - Their study tested the concentrations of various
phthalates in French wines and grape spirits marketed in Europe or
intended for export. Overall they found that 83% of the samples tested
contained phthalates at some level. 100% of the spirits analyzed
contained at least one type of phthalates.
Time Magazine accidentally reveals greater autism fraud
Jon Rappoport - In one piece of one sentence, without meaning to, the
article blows another hole in the 2004 study that whistleblower William
Thompson exposed as a fraud. A hole beyond what Thompson has admitted to
in his public mea culpa statement of August 27th. What Time Magazine
revealed demonstrates that the entire study is based on a lie.
5 Home remedies for acid reflux, that work
(NaturalNews) Acid reflux can go from mild to chronic in a very short
period of time. There are medications than can help manage the symptoms
of acid reflux, such as antacids. However, they aren't necessary,
because there are many natural remedies that are simple and easy to use.
Calendula: The Amazing Flower That Heals Wounds, Fights Dermatitis, And
Even Repairs Varicose Veins
Off the Grid News - Calendula officinalis is also known as “pot
marigold,” even though it is not a pure marigold. A sweetly scented
member of the daisy family, this perky little plant sports bright yellow
or orange flowers and is native to the Mediterranean region.
Saw palmetto can treat hair loss, enlarged prostates and urinary tract
(NaturalNews) Saw palmetto (Serenoa repens) is a small palm native to
the southeastern United States and is characterized by its sprawling
trunk and large, spear-like leaves. The plant bears dark red,
olive-sized berries that have a long history of use as both a food and
medicine. American Indians particularly revered saw palmetto berries for
their significant healing properties.
Citronella-Based Bug Sprays Being Banned In Favor of Toxic DEET
preventdisease.com - Despite citronella essential oils being used for
decades to counter mosquitoes, Health Canada is pulling the last of
citronella-based bug sprays off the shelves by the end of December
because of "the absence of adequate safety data.”
Over 60 Percent of Dishwashers Test Positive For Harmful Fungi, But
There's A Simple Natural Solution For Prevention
preventdisease.com - Researchers found that the warm, damp environment
in dishwashers is ideal for the growth of a species of fungi that can be
harmful to the lungs and hard to treat if infected. They also discovered
that the fungi are particularly likely to grow in dishwashers as they
thrive in salty conditions, such as those created by dishwasher powder.
Canned Food and Wine Ingredient Causes Adverse Reactions
Heather Callaghan - Out of the blue, my heart starts uncontrollably
racing. A weak, erratic, snare-drum pace. Then came the sudden nausea
and "heavy lungs." What caused this?... It was Sodium Bisulfite...the
same ingredient that goes by other names in the class of "sulfites" you
see on a typical bottle of red wine. Double-whammy. Turns out, it can
cause rapid heartbeat among other symptoms (below).
- September 2, 2014 - Today in History:
1775 - Hannah, the first American war vessel was commissioned by General
1789 - The U.S. Treasury Department was established.
1864 - During the U.S. Civil War Union forces led by Gen. William T.
Sherman occupied Atlanta following the retreat of the Confederates.
1901 - Theodore Roosevelt, then Vice President, said "Speak softly and
carry a big stick" in a speech at the Minnesota State Fair.
1945 - Japan surrendered to the U.S. aboard the USS Missouri, ending
World War II. The war ended six years and one day after it began.
1945 - Ho Chi Minh declared the independence the Democratic Republic of
1961 - The U.S.S.R. resumed nuclear weapons testing. Test ban treaty
negotiations had failed with the U.S. and Britain when the three nations
could not agree upon the nature and frequency of on-site inspections.
1963 - The integration of Tuskegee High School was prevented by state
troopers assigned by Alabama Gov. George Wallace. Wallace had the
building surrounded by state troopers.
1985 - It was announced that the Titanic had been found on September 1
by a U.S. and French expedition 560 miles off Newfoundland. The luxury
liner had been missing for 73 years.
1991 - The U.S. formally recognized the independence of Lithuania,
Lativa and Estonia.
1992 - The U.S. and Russia agreed to a joint venture to build a space
1996 - Muslim rebels and the Philippine government signed a pact
formally ending 26-years of insurgency that had killed more than 120,000
2004 - President George W. Bush accepted his party's nomination for a
second term at the Republican National Convention in New York City.
2005 - President George W. Bush told Michael Brown, head of the Federal
Emergency Management Agency, "Brownie, you're doing a heck of a job"
during a tour of Hurricane Katrina damage in Alabama.
Russia to adjust military doctrine due to NATO expansion, Ukraine crisis
RT - Moscow is to review its military doctrine, a move that is caused by
expansion of NATO in Eastern Europe, problems of missile defense and the
crisis situation in neighboring Ukraine, says an official from the
Russia’s Security Council.
Putin breaks ground on Russia-China gas pipeline, world's biggest
RT - Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese Vice Premier Zhang
Gaoli have launched the construction of the first part of Gazprom’s
Power of Siberia pipeline - which will deliver 4 trillion cubic meters
of gas to China over 30 years.
U.S. forces carry out operation against al-Shabaab in Somalia
(Reuters) - U.S. military forces carried out an operation on Monday
against al Shabaab militants in Somalia, a U.S. Department of Defense
US will open second drone base in Niger: Pentagon
Press TV - The US military is preparing to open a second drone base in
Niger to allegedly track Takfiri militant groups in north and west
Africa amid expanding its operations in the continent.
Putin: I hope common sense prevails in ‘war of sanctions’
RT - Russian President Vladimir Putin has said he hopes Russia and the
west can return to normal cooperation from the current mutually damaging
“war of sanctions,” as Europe ponders whether it should go further in
Don't mess with nuclear Russia, Putin says
(Reuters) - President Vladimir Putin said on Friday Russia's armed
forces, backed by its nuclear arsenal, were ready to meet any
aggression, declaring at a pro-Kremlin youth camp that foreign states
should understand: "It's best not to mess with us."
Russia outraged after Kiev accuses Moscow of nuclear attack threats
RT - Following comments from Ukraine’s Defense Minister Valery Geletey
of Moscow threatening with a nuclear attack on its neighbor, Moscow said
it was shocked by the statement. Russia warned that such rhetoric only
deepens the civil stand-off in Ukraine.
IMF Approves 1.39 billion Bailout Payment to Ukraine
Fox News - The International Monetary Fund on Friday approved the latest
payment to Ukraine in its $17 billion bailout program, providing a
critical boost to Kiev as it faces military, economic and political
Britain raises terror threat level ahead of introducing new draconian
Kurt Nimmo - The proposed law will augment Britain’s Section 44
Terrorism Act. It allows police to decide who is a terrorist and grants
them the authority to search and detain citizens. The law is used on a
regular basis against peaceful and lawful protesters.
Russia demands publication of recordings from downed flight MH17
The Telegraph - Russia is demanding to know why international
investigators have yet to publish the black box data from a Malaysian
airliner that was shot down over eastern Ukraine in July, a deputy
defence minister said in an interview published on Saturday.
A “Ring of Steel” – The UK Spends $80 Million on a Massive Fence to
Protect Politicians Ahead of NATO Summit
Blacklisted News - Most of us woke up this morning to news that the UK
had raised its terror threat level from “substantial” to “severe.”
Considering the competence and trustworthiness of the nation’s Joint
Terrorism Analysis Centre, there must be some specific threat they’re
concerned about to justify instilling fear in a population of 65
Mysterious glow above pacific ocean leaves pilot baffled as red lights
appear from below
UK Daily Mirror - Dutch pilot JPC van Heijst came across the gigantic
red and orange light when flying from Hong Kong to Alaska and believes a
volcano is to blame.
Accident in Reactor 3 fuel pool at Fukushima
ENENews - Large piece of wreckage falls nearby spent uranium rods — M5
quake hits plant soon after — Official: “Unable to say” whether any have
Myth of arctic meltdown: Stunning satellite images show summer ice cap
is thicker and covers 1.7million square kilometres MORE than 2 years ago
Daily Mail - The speech by former US Vice-President Al Gore was
apocalyptic. ‘The North Polar ice cap is falling off a cliff,’ he said.
‘It could be completely gone in summer in as little as seven years.
Seven years from now.’ Those comments came in 2007 as Mr Gore accepted
the Nobel Peace Prize for his campaigning on climate change.
Dems believe climate change more dangerous than ISIS beheadings
VIDEO: Nanny State to Ban Toasters, Kettles & Hair Dryers!
Paul Joseph Watson - Despite arctic sea ice growing by 43%, the EU nanny
state is set to ban toasters, hair dryers and kettles in the name of
preventing global warming.
Ebola In Senegal - Interesting Oil & Gas Map
rense.com - These oil maps are kind of a coincidence no? They can almost
be interchanged for Ebola outbreak maps.
U.S. News, Politics & Government
Feds Encouraging Deported Illegal Aliens to Come Back to USA
Breitbart - The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is
expected to allow thousands of illegal immigrant deportees to
return to the U.S., so long as they have ties to Southern
California. Taxpayers will additionally fund a media campaign in
Mexico, alerting deportees that they may be eligible to come
back to the United States.
Feds warn of “imminent” terror threat on U.S.
Kurt Nimmo - The government watchdog group Judicial Watch cites
sources in the government warning that ISIS will attack the
United States along the Mexican border. According to high level
sources, ISIS terrorist are operating in Ciudad Juarez on the
border across from the city of El Paso, Texas.
Those Ukrainians John McCain Wants to Arm Include Neo-Nazis
Paul Joseph Watson - After vehemently pushing to arm extremist
militants in Syria, Senator John McCain is now calling on
Washington to give weapons to Ukrainian forces that include
ultra right-wing neo-nazis.
Secret FBI project trained Alaskans in preparation for Soviet
RT - Declassified documents reveal that in the 1950s the FBI
trained Alaskan residents to become agents behind enemy lines if
the Soviets invaded. No women, Eskimo, Indians or Aleuts were
included, with native peoples considered unreliable.
The Consequences Of America’s Invasion Of Afghanistan
Zero Hedge - While back in May Obama promised America’s mission
in Afghanistan was over, and all US troops would leave the
country by the end of 2016, the “unintended” consequences of the
US presence in this favored by al-Qaeda country will haunt
America for a long time. And especially New York, where
according to a new report by the Department of Mental Hygiene,
the number of people who died from unintentional heroin
overdoses in New York City last year was the highest in over a
US Army Drills to Battle Political Dissent and Fight Crime in 'Megacities'
Activist Post - The U.S. Army is now officially getting into the
crime-fighting business. According to the Army Times, the Army
is training to fight battles in megacities, not against other
armies, but to help local authorities root out shadowy
criminals, extremists and, wait for it, wait for it, influential
political dissidents. The Army Times reports on this year's
Unified Quest war games drill...
NJ Town Introduces Ordinance to Ban Recording of Public
Officials after Embarrassing Video of Cop goes Viral
PINAC - It was an embarrassing moment for the New Jersey borough
of Helmetta, a viral video showing one of their cops saying he
doesn’t have to follow the Constitution because President Obama
doesn’t follow the Constitution.
Cops Claim this Woman “Vaulted Herself off the Wall.” The Video
The Free Thought Project - During Evans’ booking she was
obviously intoxicated and uncooperative but did her behavior
constitute having a taser pointed at her face and the brutal
body slam that followed?.
Ohio “Open Carry” Laws Could Spell Murder Charges for Cops who
Shot Innocent Man
The Anti Media - The killing of John Crawford III by police
inside Wal-Mart differs from other recent police killings in one
substantial manner.... Ohio is an “open carry” state. To put
that simply, walking around a building with a firearm is not
grounds for arrest, nor does it fulfill the requirement of
reasonable suspicion for an investigative detention.
Leading Keynesian Economist Uses the 'D' Word
Breitbart - …Now Brad DeLong, one of the most prestigious
Keynesians, a professor at Berkeley and former deputy assistant
secretary of the Treasury under Clinton, says that he agrees. It
really is a depression.
The U.S. Is Now a ‘Third World’ Country
Washington’s Blog - Slightly more than one American household
with children in every 25 is surviving on less than $2 per day
of income from all sources. One quarter of that 4.3% (that’s 1%
of all Americans with children) receive less than $1.25 per day.
One third (that’s about 1.33% of all Americans) receive between
$1.25 and $2. Another third of that 4.3% receive enough
government benefits to be living on between $1.25 and $2 a day.
A tiny 0.1% of that 4.3% are even surviving somehow on “Negative
income & benefits.”
Inflation Pressures in Core Food Components
Zero Hedge - …eating out for the weekend where shrimp, steak,
other seafood and vegetables are consumed at dinner brings home
the idea that restaurant costs are only going up on the whole,
and expect menu prices to continue to be raised at your favorite
U.S. Hikes Fee To Renounce Citizenship By 422%
Forbes - With global tax reporting and FATCA, the list of the
individuals who renounced is up. For 2013, there was a 221%
increase, with record numbers of Americans renouncing. The
Treasury Department is required to publish a quarterly list, but
these numbers are under-stated, some say considerably.
Nuclear waste explosion at the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant
spewed radioactive plutonium into the air through ventilation
(NaturalNews) It is still a mystery why a 55-gallon drum
containing nuclear waste exploded in mid-February at the
government's Waste Isolation Pilot Plant (WIPP) in New Mexico.
But new reports indicate that, following the explosion, a large
mass of what witnesses say looked like a cloud of whipped cream
traveled up a ventilation duct and spewed into the air, exposing
at least 21 workers to deadly plutonium.
Pennsylvania Finally Releases List of 243 Cases of Water
Contaminated by Oil and Gas Drilling
AllGov - The list released Thursday by the Department of
Environmental Protection (DEP) reveals 243 instances in which
drilling contaminated water wells. Some of the causes of
contamination were methane gas contamination, spills of
wastewater and other pollutants, and wells that went dry or were
otherwise undrinkable, according to the Associated Press.
Free Online EMF Summit Begins September 2nd
Activist Post - Join thousands for a free online EMF Summit
starting tomorrow and continuing every Tuesday until December.
Each week is a new video interview, which begins Sept. 2nd with
Dirty Electricity: How We Can Co-exist With This Powerful
Technology and Its Inherent Dangers by Dr. Samuel Milham the
physician-epidemiologist who first alerted the world about
electromagnetic exposure in various careers and the link to
Hackers Steal Security Check Data from 25,000+ DHS Employees
Breitbart - USIS, the Department of Homeland Security’s
contractor for conducting security clearance background checks,
has had the personal records of at least 25,000 of its employees
stolen because of hackers, and the hackers may have been from a
foreign country, according to the Associated Press (AP).
Top Mathematician: Common Core Will Make Companies Look to
China, Japan for Qualified Tech Workers
Breitbart - During a Friday conference call sponsored by
Texas-based Women on the Wall, Stanford mathematician and former
member of the Common Core Validation Committee Dr. James Milgram,
told listeners that if the controversial standards are not
repealed, America’s place as a competitor in the technology
industry will ultimately be severely undermined.
The U.S. Government Can Brand You a Terrorist Based on a
AlterNet - Of the 680,000 individuals on that FBI master list,
roughly 40% have “no recognized terrorist group affiliation”,
according to the Intercept. These individuals don’t even have a
connection – as the government loosely defines it – to a
designated terrorist group, but they are still branded as
GM vehicles will remind drivers to 'pay attention' to the road
marketingmagazine.co.uk - General Motors (GM) is reportedly
working on cars that can remind drivers to keep their eyes on
the road, in a bid to reduce road accidents. Seeing Machines, an
Australian company that produces eye-tracking software, has
teamed up with Japanese car safety company Takata Holdings in a
partnership that will see the pair provide the tech to a "major"
Out in the Open: Hackers Build a Skype That’s Not Controlled
Wired - The web forum 4chan is known mostly as a place to share
juvenile and, to put it mildly, politically incorrect images.
But it’s also the birthplace of one of the latest attempts to
subvert the NSA’s mass surveillance program.
Inside Google's Secret Drone-Delivery Program
The Atlantic - Though a couple of rumors have escaped the
Googleplex—because of courseGoogle must have a drone-delivery
program—Project Wing’s official existence and substance were
Feds Deny “Vehicle to Vehicle Communications” Tech Will Be Used
to Spy on Drivers
Paul Joseph Watson - The National Highway Traffic Safety
Administration has denied that planned rule changes which will
mandate cars be fitted with “vehicle to vehicle communications”
technology will be used to spy on drivers as part of government
Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
Farmers Fighting Biotech Superweeds Told to Keep Quiet,
Natural Society - Farmers stopped utilizing deep tillage decades
ago, but now because of biotech’s rampant superweeds (caused by
the spraying of pesticides and glyphosate chemicals), they are
being told to resort to the soil-damaging practice, once again.
National Vaccine Information Center Calls for Removal of Vaccine
Safety Oversight from Department of Health and Human Services
Barbara Loe Fisher - It is a conflict of interest for DHHS to be
in charge of vaccine safety and also license vaccines, and take
money from drug companies to fast track vaccines, and partner
with drug companies to develop and share profits from vaccine
sales, and make national vaccine policies that get turned into
state vaccine laws while also deciding which children will and
will not get a vaccine injury compensation award. That is too
much power for one federal agency.
Hospital drugs routinely get flushed down drains where they
pollute water systems
(NaturalNews) Over the last decade, larger amounts of
pharmaceutical drugs have been detected in the public's water
supply; although the concentrations are low, the long-term
effects are unknown.... Some drugs, such as endocrine
disruptors, are required to be disposed of in a biohazard box
due to their potential environmental effects. However,
healthcare workers frequently flush "high-risk" drugs that are
often abused like oxycodone, Percocet and morphine.
Recipe: Inexpensive, easy detox - the one gallon challenge
(NaturalNews) You've heard of the ice bucket challenge, and
maybe even the Ferguson Challenge. Here's a new challenge: the
one gallon challenge. Drink a gallon of cranberry lemonade a
day, sweetened with stevia, and spiced with cayenne.
Brown recluse spider bites are on the rise - learn how to avoid
them and what to do in case of a bite
(NaturalNews) Medical toxicologists from Vanderbilt University
in Nashville, Tennessee, have warned of a recent increase in
brown recluse spider bites. Although bites from this spider are
almost always harmless, in rare cases they can lead to
U.S. Preps For Ebola Outbreak: Cases May Exceed 100,000 By
December: “The Numbers Are Really Scary”
Mac Slavo - Physicist Alessandro Vespignani of Northeastern
University in Boston is one of several researchers trying to
figure out how far Ebola may spread and how many people around
the world could be affected. Based on his findings, there will
be 10,000 cases by September of this year and it only gets worse
Employee Vaccine Mandates: Observations of a Vaccine Rights
Green Med Info - The "Healthy People 2020" initiative's goal is
vaccinating 90% of the nation's healthcare workers with the
influenza vaccine by 2020. What does the science, law and
evidence say about this vaccine?
Do You Really Want to Eat Hot Dogs After Knowing This?
Dr. Mercola - Many blame the hot dog's carcinogenic effects on
nitrates and nitrites, but I would argue that this is an overly
simplistic view. When you look at what goes into hot dogs and
how they are made, there is plenty of blame to go around.
Between the type and grade of "meat" used and its sources, as
well as the torrent of chemicals added to make the dogs safe and
palatable—of which nitrates are only one—it's easy to understand
how serious health problems could arise.
Ice From Fast Food Establishments Has More Bacteria Than Toilet
preventdisease.com - Franchises of McDonald's and KFC have been
found to use ice that was found to contain up to 19 times the
amount of bacteria than the acceptable limit for drinking water.
Research Reveals How Sugar CAUSES Cancer
Green Med Info - A groundbreaking new study, uncovered by one of
our volunteer researchers at Greenmedinfo – Jonathan Middleton –
is the first of its kind to identify sugar, not only as fuel
source for an already existing cancer, but as a primary driver
in oncogenesis – i.e. the initiation of cancerous
characteristics (phenotype) within previously healthy cells.
Three foods that can treat kidney disease and boost renal
(NaturalNews) Every year, more than 100,000 people in the United
States are diagnosed with kidney disease, a serious,
life-threatening condition in which the kidneys can no longer
filter waste products from the blood.
600 Reasons Turmeric May Be The World's Most Important Herb
Green Med Info - There is a medicinal spice so timelessly
interwoven with the origins of human culture and metabolism, so
thoroughly supported by modern scientific inquiry, as to be
unparalleled in its proven value to human health and well-being.
8 Reasons Apple Cider Vinegar Is One Of The Most Powerful Health
Tonics In Your Kitchen
preventdisease.com - The question is not what Apple Cider
Vinegar can do, but what can't it do. As a folk remedy, it has
been credited with curing everything from the flu to warts or
sunburn to dandruff. However, it also can help reverse many
serious diseases that many would immediately turn to medications
to solve. Here are 8 more reasons this powerful health tonic
makes your kitchen your best pharmacy.
Attention Vegetarians: 8 Foods with Hidden Animal Products
Natural Society - There are a multitude of reasons that people
abstain from animal products in their diet. For religious
reasons, health reasons, environmental reasons, or to protect
animals. But whatever your cause, you should take the time to
get informed about all the foods that may contain hidden animal
How Balanced is Pet Food?
Susan Thixton - ‘Complete and Balanced’ is the claim to fame for
commercial pet food. But it turns out, the balanced nutrition claim to
fame isn’t quite so balanced after all (all thanks to pet food
The Perfect Bowel-Soothing Food for GI Upsets and Diarrhea
Dr. Becker - Ever wonder what to feed your pet when GI upsets hit? While
many vets prescribe bland foods like white rice and hamburger, I take a
different approach. This food, although higher in one type of fiber,
forms a viscous gel that coats and soothes irritated bowels.