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New Hillary leak: Wikileaks releases 20 K DNC emails

Published time: 22 Jul, 2016 15:05
U.S. Democratic Presidential Candidate Hillary Clinton © Adam Bettcher
U.S. Democratic Presidential Candidate Hillary Clinton © Adam Bettcher / Reuters
Nearly 20,000 emails and more than 8,000 attachments from the Democratic National Committee have been released by WikiLeaks. This is part one of their new Hillary Leaks series, the whistleblower organization said in press release.

The emails released Friday cover a period from Janury 2015 to May 2016. They purportedly come from the accounts of seven major figures in the DNC: Senior Adviser Andrew Wright, National Finance Director Jordon Kaplan, Finance Chief of Staff Scott Comer, Communications Director Luis Miranda, Northern California Finance Director Robert Stowe, Finance Director of Data & Strategic Initiatives Daniel Parrish and Finance Director Allen Zachary.

The History The US Government HOPES You Never Learn!



"Mankind must put an end to war, or war will put an end to mankind... War will exist until that distant day when the conscientious objector enjoys the same reputation and prestige that the warrior does today." -- John F. Kennedy



July 21, 2016

Putin, Erdogan and the Plot Against the Rest of Us

Putin and Erdogan have agreed to meet in early August. The tension between Russia and Turkey has gradually dissipated since Putin and Erdogan’s June telephone call. This week Turkish and Russian officials stated that the two administrations have reached a new consensus. The effect of this understanding is that Erdogan is changing its policies toward Syria, Assad and NATO intervention. Turkey may no longer be part of the Syrian crisis, it may as well become elementary to the peace process. Evidence of this shift occurred over a week ago when Turkey began to reinstate its relationship with the Syrian regime.

Apple Watch Sales Tumble 55%

By: malterwitty

Tim Cook's first major, standalone product is a flop. According to the latest IDC data, sales of the Apple Watch plunged by 55%, from 3.6 million a year ago to just 1.6 million in Q2.

U.S. “Vetted” And Armed Syria Terrorist Group That Beheaded Boy, Gave Them TOW Missiles

By: ActivistPost

By Brandon Turbeville

While the United States attempts to back away from its association with terrorist group Nour al-Din al-Zinki, the “moderate” terrorist organization whose members recently videotaped themselves beheading a young boy and discussing whether or not to boil his body afterwards, previous reports coming from the mainstream media reveal that Obama, Kerry, Clinton and crew will not be able to cover their tracks so easily this time around. That is, if they even care to...


Gun Violence, Yeah, Uh-Huh, Right

If there are to be more “background checks”, they need to happen with United States government weapons transactions and covert operations. “They can’t be covert if everyone knows!” Exactly! So we need background checks not on us, but on this cabal of lunatics we call the government. They’re the ones doling out weapons to people that then created a civil war that spilled into our own streets twice now. Oh, those were Americans and not Syrians? Excuse me, but the government was throwing muskets into the hands of Irish immigrants right off the boat in our own Civil War. And they didn’t even know what the war was about half the time! So don’t give me this crap that those two attacks were not the Syrian Civil War spilling over into the lap of the government that helped provoke it.

What if the Fix Was In? : Andrew P. Napolitano on crooked Hillary, crooked government

What if Hillary Clinton has engaged in espionage and public corruption and FBI agents know that she has? What if they have evidence to prove it but they could not present anything to a grand jury because President Obama wants Clinton, and not Donald Trump, to succeed him in office? What if this blatant political interference with a criminal investigation is itself a crime? What if, midstream in this criminal investigation, the fix was put in?What do we do about it?

GOP delegates suckered into connecting to insecure Wi-Fi hotspots

By: malterwitty

A Wi-Fi hack experiment conducted at various locations at or near the Republican National Convention site in Cleveland, US, underlines how risky it can be to connect to public Wi-Fi without protection from a VPN.

The exercise, carried out by security researchers at Avast, an anti-virus firm, revealed that more than 1,000 delegates were careless when connecting to public Wi-Fi.

Attendees risked the possibility of being spied on and hacked by cybercriminals or perhaps even spies while they checked their emails, banked online, used chat and dating apps, and even while they accessed Pokemon Go.

‘Bloody Massacres’: Syria Appeals To UN After French & US Airstrikes ‘Kill Over 140 Civilians’


Syria is demanding the UN take action after it says French war planes killed more than 120 civilians during airstrikes on Tuesday near the Turkish-Syrian border.

Loving America Means Finding Fault With It

I was sitting on a bus one summer, chatting with a man behind me who’d worked all over the world in the U.S. foreign service. Like many conversations today, ours turned eventually to the many problems with our country.

That’s when his companion, who’d been silent so far, spoke. If things are so bad, he barked at me, why don’t you leave the country?

Hillary’s Campaign Is In Big Trouble

By: Old_Logan

Democratic primary voters, who chose Hillary Clinton because they believed she was the most electable Democrat against Donald Trump, may be in for a rude awakening. They may have picked the least electable Democrat>>>
Very simply, the Clinton campaign is in big trouble. And Hillary seems on the verge of compounding the problem by choosing a boring, corporate centrist running mate>>>
I really don’t want to be writing a “woulda, coulda, shoulda” column about why Bernie Sanders would have been more electable. At this stage I’d rather be making the argument that, for all her political and character flaws, Hillary is still preferable to Donald Trump and that progressives should be doing everything possible to prevent Trump’s election, which means critically supporting Hillary. But there’s no avoiding the painful truth that Hillary is in danger of losing.

(*The Poor Dear !
article from Huffington Post . YES! , it's a Trump hit piece 

The Problem Isn’t Tools, It’s Terror

On June 12, Omar Mateen killed 49 patrons at Orlando, Florida’s Pulse nightclub. His weapon: A Sig Sauer MCX carbine.

Pirate Fleet? US Navy Sued For $600mn By German Tech Company Over ‘Unlicensed Software’


The US Navy has allegedly installed pirated copies of 3D virtual reality software on “hundreds of thousands” of its computers without permission, a German technology company claims. The firm is suing the military for $600 million in unpaid licenses.

Armenia: Scores Injured In Clashes Over Hostage Situation In Yerevan


At least 25 officers and 20 civilians have been wounded in the violence.

Polls Suggest Challenger Smith Has Little Chance Of Removing Labour Leader Corbyn

Hours before the deadline to register to vote in Labour’s leadership election, Jeremy Corbyn challenger Owen Smith insists he’s a better electoral bet for the party, but polls put the Welsh MP far behind the current leader.

UK MPs To Debate Blair Contempt Of House Of Commons Motion


British MPs have been given a date in September to debate a motion in the House of Commons to find former prime minister Tony Blair in contempt of parliament for involving the UK in the 2003 invasion of Iraq.

The date was agreed on Wednesday by the speaker and MPs from across seven parties led by Scottish National Party’s Alex Salmond.

Failed Coup in Turkey realigns Ankara with Moscow — and saves Assad

A failed coup in Turkey has changed the geopolitical landscape overnight, realigning Ankara with Moscow while shattering Washington’s plan to redraw the map of the Middle East. Whether Turkish strongman Recep Tayyip Erdogan staged the coup or not is of little importance in the bigger scheme of things. The fact is, the incident has consolidated his power domestically while derailing Washington’s plan to control critical resources and pipeline corridors from Qatar to Europe.

The Obama administration’s disregard for the national security interests of its allies has pushed the Turkish president into Moscow’s camp, removing the crucial land-bridge between Europe and Asia that Washington needs to maintain its global hegemony into the new century. Washington’s plan to pivot to Asia, surround and break up Russia, control China’s growth and maintain its iron grip on global power is now in a shambles. The events of the last few days have changed everything.

Rupert Murdoch to Succeed Ailes as Head of Fox News Channel

Roger Ailes resigned as head of the Fox News Channel, felled by sexual harassment accusations leveled by a former anchor. He’ll be succeeded by 21st Century Fox Inc. founder and Chairman Rupert Murdoch.

The company, the owner of the 20th Century Fox studio, along with cable and broadcast networks, confirmed the extraordinary changes in a e-mail Thursday. Ailes will become an adviser to Murdoch, who’ll be chairman and acting CEO for the network.

Jewish Nationalist James Kirchick Suggests Military Coup Against Trump

In a recent op-ed published in the Los Angeles Times, James Kirchick expressed concern over what he imagines a Trump presidency would entail.

US Muslim Voters Launch Anti-Trump Campaign


Muslim leaders in the United States have begun to register a million voters to help combat Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s rhetoric against Muslims.

According to the leaders, Muslim voters could influence results in so-called swing states, such as Virginia and Florida, which are very important in the November presidential election.

Elgin Marbles Won’t Be Returned To Greece As Euro Court Throws Out First-Ever Legal Bid


The first legal bid to have the priceless Elgin Marbles returned from the UK to their native Greece has been ejected from the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR).

The Real Reason Pharma Companies Hate Medical Marijuana (Spoiler Alert: It Works)

Whenever an irrational and inhumane law remains on the books far longer than any thinking person would consider appropriate, there’s usually one reason behind it: money.

Unsurprisingly, the continued federal prohibition on marijuana and its absurd classification as a Schedule 1 drug is no exception. Thankfully, a recent study published in the journal Health Affairs shows us exactly why pharmaceutical companies are one of the leading voices against medical marijuana. It has nothing to do with healthcare and everything to do with corporate greed.

So is it a war on drugs, or a war on cheap medicine. Decide for yourself.

Police Under Rifle Fire In Columbus, Ohio – Reports


Police officers have come under rifle fire attack in the city of Columbus, Ohio, reports on Twitter said, citing police scanners.

“Officers under attack from rifle fire,” the message on Columbus Police Dispatch said.

Hillary's America - The Secret History of the Democrat Party

By: Pi

Hillary’s America, the latest film from the creators of America: Imagine The World Without Her and 2016: Obama’s America takes audiences on a gripping journey into the secret history of the Democratic Party and the contentious rise of presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.

In Hillary’s America, New York Times #1 best-selling author and celebrated filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza reveals the sordid truth about Hillary and the secret history of the Democratic Party. This eye-opening film sheds light on the Democrats’ transition from pro-slavery to pro-enslavement; how Hillary Clinton’s political mentor was, literally, a cold-blooded gangster; and how the Clintons and other Democrats see foreign policy not in terms of national interest, but in terms of personal profit.

Hillary’s America will uncover how their plan is to simply steal America.



A quick fix for your slow Chrome browser

After some research and experimentation, I tweaked one setting that made Chrome run considerably faster. Your mileage may vary, of course, but this is worth a try:

Americans in Saudi Arabia warned to ‘take extra precautions’ by State Department amid terror threat

Americans in Saudi Arabia were warned about a “potential, imminent threat against U.S. citizens” Wednesday and urged to travel with caution by the State Department.

The agency tweeted out a brief statement with the headline, “Reports of a potential imminent threat” in Jeddah.

The U.S. Embassy in Saudi Arabia was aware of threats to areas frequented by Westerners, such as “markets, restaurants and shopping malls,” among others, the alert said.

CCTV cameras record how bomb was planted under journalist's car in Kiev

By: Stacy Vassman

The moment when a bomb was planted under the car of Ukrainian journalist Pavel Sheremet was recorded in the outdoor CCTV cameras, the Ukrainian publication Mirror Weekly said on Thursday citing own sources...
The last article of Ukrainian journalist blown up today: Failed Turkish coup stirs coup fears in Ukraine

Top Clinton Lobbyist Bundlers Tied to Foreign Banks, Governments

A number of Hillary Clinton’s top lobbyist bundlers, who have raised millions for her presidential campaign, either directly represent foreign entities or work at firms that represent foreign entities, according to documents from the Justice Department’s Foreign Agents Registration Unit.

Hillary for America, Clinton’s campaign committee, has hauled in more than $7 million in bundled lobbyist contributions since its inception. The committee finished 2015 with $4.1 million in bundled lobbyist contributions. It has since added more than $2.9 million to its coffers from lobbyists, with $1.2 million of that amount pouring in during the second quarter of 2016, from April 1 to June 30.

Tony Podesta, owner of the Podesta Group and brother of John Podesta, the chairman of Clinton’s campaign, is a top bundler for Hillary for America. Podesta has bundled $267,835 in contributions to date. Podesta was hired to work on behalf of Saudi interests.

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Arrested HSBC FX Trader Had Been Cleared In Bank's Own Internal Probe

While Wall Street was shocked yesterday after the announcement that HSBC's global head of cash FX trading, Mark Johnson, was arrested at JFK on charges of frontrunning a Cairn Energy trade of $3.5 billion pounds, perhaps nobody was more surprised than his employer, HSBC. According to Bloomberg, the Johnson was about to move to the U.S. to take
up a broader position in the firm’s trading division. His arrest therefore, came as a shock to HSBC which wanted to promote the arrested trader to head of the bank’s foreign exchange and commodities business for the Americas.

The reason for HSBC's surprised was revealed by the FT earlier, which reported that according to HSBC's own internal "investigation" three years ago into a $3.5bn currency trade that US prosecutors now believe was criminally fraudulent, it found nothing wrong with the transaction.

Thread: Anonymous summarizes & documents 30 year crime spree of Hillary Clinton...

Here is the entire message of Anonymous that I cut and paste below. The links make me wonder why Presidential candidates do not have to pass an FBI background check but people who deliver our daily mail must be thoroughly investigated...

Is Auckland Council Too White?


A major New Zealand newspaper recently ran an article about New Zealand’s most ethnically diverse city entitled ‘Is Auckland Council too white?

The piece was written by New Zealand Herald’s diversity, ethnic affairs and immigration senior reporter Lincoln Tan who originates from Singapore.

Heidi Cruz Escorted Out To Shouts Of "Goldman Sachs"

By: Old_Logan

Ted Cruz Booed For Refusing To Endorse Trump; Heidi Cruz Escorted Out To Shouts Of "Goldman Sachs"
Cruz's wife, Heidi, was seen leaving the arena when the booing started getting very loud. Former Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli told ABC News that he escorted Heidi Cruz out of the convention hall because “it was volatile and the Trump folks were physically approaching and confrontationally yelling,” he said via text.

According to CNN's Manu Raju, as Heidi was being escorted out, one angry Trump supporter was shouting "Goldman Sachs" at her.

(*Canadian Convention Crasher & Homewrecker aspires to meet female domestic sciences major , with talents in culinary arts . Am willing to take out the trash and make the bed . Applicant Must be willing to move to DC in four years )

Dyatlov pass mystery victims could have been on KGB mission

By: Stacy Vassman

This conclusion is based on recent information about the ties between the KGB and the Dyatlov expedition members who died under bizarre circumstances near the remote Otorten Mountain in the North Urals overnight to February 2, 1959, the researcher said. "It turned out that there were two KGB officers in the Dyatlov group. Quite possibly, they were carrying out a mission to provide support for a technology-induced experiment. The tourists were carrying a large batch of photo equipment, which was completely atypical of highly complex expeditions that require maximally alleviating their load... Most likely, the tourists reached their intended destination and waited for a technology-induced moment, which they were apparently expected to capture with photos. But it went off in an unplanned and extraordinary way, which was possibly the cause for the death of the group’s members. They, of course, courageously held on to the last and didn’t run away or panic".

Russia-US-UN talks on Syria to be held in Geneva on July 26

By: Stacy Vassman

The meeting will involve Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry. The UN Secretary General’s special envoy for Syria, Staffan de Mistura is expected to attend it. "We hope the American side will act on its promises to differentiate the moderate (Syrian) opposition from Jabhat al-Nousra," Zakharova said. "There’s no place for terrorists in a future Syria or in other countries of the region. They must be eliminated. Russia will continue to facilitate precisely this pattern of developments in various formats. Proceeding from this position, we’re preparing for participation in a high-level trilateral meeting in Geneva next week".


It appears that the drug corruption that dominated American politics in the 1990s is at work again. Drugs pour into our society and the drug interdiction efforts seem focused on merely keeping the competition out. The eyes of officialdom stare as hard as they can in the other direction.

This is one of the earliest articles I wrote, back in the 1990s. It echoes what Catherine Austin Fitts says below; that America today has become as corrupt and lawless as Mena, Arkansas during the heyday of the Iran-Contra gun and drug running operation!


Iraq Troop Abuse Investigation ‘Out Of Control’ – MP


The investigation into allegations of abuse and misconduct by UK troops during the Iraq war has left hundreds of soldiers feeling betrayed and hounded, Tory MP and Afghanistan veteran Johnny Mercer has claimed.

US & Clinton Beyond the Law-Catherine Austin Fitts

Financial expert and former Assistant Secretary of Housing, Catherine Austin Fitts, says the U.S. government’s actions with Hillary Clinton means it is more lawless than ever. Fitts explains, “The entire country now looks like Arkansas . . . we’ve all turned into Mena, Arkansas, now. It’s pretty tragic. I have watched for two decades while 80% of the federal budget and federal credit has been run outside the Constitution and the laws related to financial management. I have never seen anything as blatant and outrageous as Loretta Lynch, prior to Hillary Clinton’s interview with the FBI, meeting with her disbarred husband, who is either the husband of or the target of a criminal investigation, and basically briefing him, I am assuming and what I believe on what Hillary needs to know, so she can skate the (FBI) interview. What the President, Lynch and Comey don’t want is the investigative team recommending to indict. . . .

Catherine Austin Fitts is absolutely right!


UK Nuclear Sub Collides With Merchant Vessel Off Gibraltar


One of Britain’s newest Astute-class submarines has docked at Gibraltar after suffering a “glancing collision” with a merchant vessel, the UK Royal Navy announced, emphasizing that the HMS Ambush suffered “absolutely no damage” to her nuclear reactor.

Black Activists Occupy Police Union Offices In New York And Washington, DC


Activists in several cities are attempting to shut down the offices of two major police unions: the Fraternal Order of Police and the Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association. In Washington, D.C., activists with Black Youth Project 100 and Black Lives Matter have locked themselves to the steps of the Fraternal Order of Police with chains.

BREAKING: Robert De Niro was clearly threatened by the vaccine establishment to censor the VAXXED documentary from Tribeca... new details emerge

There has never been an assault against a documentary film in the history of America like the one we've just witnessed over the last 48 hours. The entire mainstream media waged a coordinated, simultaneous attack against the Tribeca Film Festival to censor a film none of them had even seen.

That film, of course, is called VAXXED: From Cover-Up to Catastrophe, and it documents the admission of the CDC's Dr. William Thompson, who admitted taking part in a massive scientific fraud to conceal the truth about vaccines causing autism.

If you enter an elevator in Toronto, have food and water with you (and maybe somethingt to pee in)

Trapped in a stuck elevator? The problem is worsening in Canada, experts warn
Canada, especially Toronto, is already plunging to an elevator crisis, experts say, with a large number of elevators in need of repairs, replacement.

Ben McIntyre, business manager for Local 50 of the International Union of Elevator Constructors in Ajax, Ont., said some landlords are simply unable or unwilling to spend the needed money. But the real problem, he said, is that routine maintenance has gone by the wayside as overloaded technicians attend to only the most pressing problems.

McIntyre also complains about the dominance of the few big players in the tight-knit industry.

“They really rule it with a tight fist and it’s all about bottom lines more than it is about customer satisfaction or for the riding public,” McIntyre said. “If they can cut a corner to make their bottom line look better ... they will. It’s only when an accident happens or something happens, then they start pointing fingers.”

The Greek court gave the escaped Turkish military two-month suspended sentence

By: Stacy Vassman

Eight Turkish troops, who escaped to Greece during the coup on July 16, sentenced to prison for two months with a probation period of three years. This decision was made by the court of Alexandroupolis. The Turkish military was accused of illegal border crossing and violation of the airspace of Greece, but the charges were dropped latter due to the fact that it can be brought only to the courts of civil aviation. Earlier it was reported that eight participants in the attempted coup in Turkey flew by military helicopter to Greece and requested political asylum. Although they deny their involvement in the coup.

School bans clapping and allows students ‘silent cheers’ or air punching but only when teachers agree

By: Stacy Vassman

CLAPPING has been banned at a Sydney primary school which has introduced “silent cheering”, “pulling excited faces” and “punching the air” to respect students who are “sensitive to noise”. The school now only allows its pupils “to conduct a silent cheer” when prompted by teachers and says the practice “reduces fidgeting”. Elanora Heights Public School, which is on Sydney’s northern beaches, announced its new “silent cheer” policy in its latest school newsletter. The latest example of a political correctness outbreak in Australian schools, which have banned hugging, singing Christmas carols, celebrating Australia Day and singing the word “black” in the nursery rhyme “baa baa black sheep”. The ban on clapping at Elanora Heights Primary School emerged on the same day that an exclusive girls school banned teachers from calling “ladies” or “women” in favour of “gender-neutral” terms...

The Norwegian authorities deported a 90-year-old paralyzed Russian woman

By: Stacy Vassman

The Norwegian authorities want to expel 90-year-old Russian woman that was taken from the Russian nursing home by her family. The pensioner Zinaida Sokolova lives in Tromsø with the only daughter and granddaughter, but the country's leadership decided to send the woman back to RF during the week. There is no one to take care of the pensioner in Russia. Besides, relatives are afraid that the grandmother would not survive the journey. She's partially paralyzed and can not walk. She requires constant care, but her daughter does not even consider a medical facility. The daughter wants to take care of her mother. However, the decision of the Norwegian Directorate of immigration does not allow her to do it. "All we want is to take care of my grandmother who needs help, – quotes RIA Novosti words of the granddaughter of the elderly Russians. – We don't need nurses, money, we just want to take care of her worthy old age".

New York Lawsuit Claims 2016 Election Was Rigged

By: ActivistPost

By Christina Sarich

“Presidents are selected, not elected.” – Franklin D. Roosevelt

New York voters are alleging fraud in a lawsuit that claims their party affiliation was magically changed without their consent. The change of over 200 voters’ registration cards kept them from participating in the recent Democratic primary.

Another emergency lawsuit launched in Long Island recently claimed that thousands of voters were purged from New York voting records...

Dark matter more elusive than ever as scientists admit detector has failed to find mystery particle

By: malterwitty

A team of scientists, including University College London, have turned off their £7 million ultra-sensitive detector after failing to pick up any hint of the most elusive material in the cosmos.

Despite probing ‘unexplored regions of parameter space’ researchers were left scratching their heads by the stubborn reluctance of dark matter to step in to the light.

iPhone bug allows hackers to steal passwords with just a text message – update now to protect yourself

By: malterwitty

Apple has fixed a major security hole that potentially allowed hackers to gain access to a user’s iPhone, potentially allowing them to steal sensitive data such as passwords.

The flaw allowed hackers to break into an iPhone simply by sending them a text message with a specially-modified image file.

When the phone’s software tries to process the image, the file would exploit the vulnerability to access parts of the device’s code usually off-limits to third parties such as downloadable apps. It could then execute malicious code within applications without the receiver suspecting a thing.

The Surprising Popularity Of Military Coups

News of the military coup in Turkey was dribbling in on Saturday afternoon when I was having lunch with a group of six friends in West Virginia. Suddenly, one person looked up from her salad and said, “If Trump gets elected, I’d support a military coup in this country.” At least one other person at the table seconded her opinion.

US-Led Airstrikes Kill As Many Civilians As Nice Attack–But Get No Front-Page Headlines In Major US Papers

A coalition airstrike reported on Tuesday that killed at least 85 civilians—one more than died in the Nice attack in France last week—wasn’t featured at all on the front pages of two of the top US national newspapers, the New York Times and LA Times, and only merited brief blurbs on the front pages of the Wall Street Journal and Washington Post, with the actual stories buried on pages A-16 and A-15, respectively.

President Erdogan's jet disguised itself as civilian aircraft to 'vanish' from Turkey rebel jets' radar

By: malterwitty

The president's pilots switched their radio transponder to that of a Turkish Airlines passenger jet, THY 8456, allowing the jet to blend in with civilian traffic.

The rebel fighters were unable to take the risk of accidentally shooting down a passenger jet full of tourists and later broke contact after being engaged by two loyalist F-16s and eventually broke contact, according to Mr Cenciotti.

Forces loyal to the president were able to reopen Ataturk airport, allowing him land safely and rally his supporters to defeat the coup.


As Hillary Clinton prepares for the Democratic National Convention next week, the latest poll shows she is now tied with Trump (losing a 7 point lead from before FBI Director's Comey's decision). While the DNC will likely provide a bounce (Trump at 7 week highs), if outspoken liberal filmmaker Michael Moore's comments are anything to go by, the best is behind Hillary... "I think Trump is going to win. I'm sorry," Moore said, "people are in denial of this, but the chance of winning is really, really good."

Massive fracking fire breaks out in New Mexico oilfield, forcing families to evacuate homes

By: malterwitty

A giant oilfield located in the Indian reservation territories of Northwest New Mexico caused a major environmental disaster recently, after 36 oil and gas storage tanks caught fire, setting off a chain reaction of explosions that temporarily shut down a major highway and forced at least 55 residents living in the area to evacuate their homes.

'Stop watering our food with fossil fuel chemicals!' Californians pressure governor to abandon practice of spraying crops with fracking wastewater

By: malterwitty

California residents are gathering signatures for a petition calling for Governor Jerry Brown and the State Water Board to take action against the use of oilfield wastewater for food crop irrigation.

Concerned citizens gathered Saturday at grocery stores throughout the state, talking to fellow Californians about the issue and collecting more signatures for the petition, which has already been signed by more than 250,000 people.

Moscow to consider Germany's change of policy in viewing Russia as factor of instability

By: Stacy Vassman

Moscow will consider Berlin’s new attitude in the so-called 2016 White Paper on German Security Policy and the Future of the Bundeswehr that has re-classified Russia from a partner into a factor of instability, the spokeswoman for the Russian Foreign Ministry, Maria Zakharova said on Thursday. "Moscow was disappointed after getting familiarized with a new edition of the White Paper," Zakharova said. "Remarks mentioned in the doctrine on the need to cooperate with Russia in the sphere of common interests do not cancel the fact that by approving the White Paper, Berlin is cementing a confrontational component of its entire policy in regard to Russia in the long term. Evidently, Russia is being reclassified from the partner in the context of resolving current global crises into a factor of instability." "Assessing and analyzing this document, we leave it on the authors’ conscience. It has nothing in common with true values and goals of the Russian foreign and security policies.

The Clintons’ Greatest Shame: Chelsea Clinton is the Biological Daughter of Webb Hubbell

By: CyberDurden

The fact that Chelsea is the biological daughter of Webb Hubbell – and she is – is one of the Clinton’s most shameful secrets. This fact is so discrediting to the notion of Hillary as some sort of innocent victim of Bill’s decades long epic and blatant philandering. The Clintons for decades have tried to cover up who they actually are. “Husband and wife” as they tell us with a straight face today? Bill? A husband of Hillary? Bill is not even the biological father of Chelsea.

Study: Glyphosate proves incredibly hazardous to women, affecting fertility while promoting uterine cancer

By: malterwitty

The researchers found that the rats who were exposed to GBH showed signs of morphological changes in their uteri from exposure as early as a week after being born. The GBH group also showed altered expression of the proteins responsible for uterine organo-genetic differentiation. This is very significant, and can mean changes in the form of embryos, such as birth deformities or being born with three ears, for example. It was also shown to affect their organs.

The findings led the researchers to conclude that glyphosate exposure affects female fertility, and could even promote the development of uterine cancer. In addition, glyphosate herbicides can disrupt the endocrine function of prepubescent rats, which indicates that the chemicals are likely endocrine disruptors.

Scott Adams: The Trump Kids Effect

What I’m starting to sniff in the zeitgeist today is that Trump’s kids are totally changing what people think of the father. People are making the semi-rational assumption that anyone who can raise such good kids must be very different in private than he is on the campaign trail.

Tim Kaine Calls To Deregulate Banks As He Campaigns To Be Clinton’s VP

Sen. Tim Kaine (D-Va.) is on Hillary Clinton’s short list of potential vice presidential nominees. He’s also actively pushing bank deregulation this week as he campaigns for the job.

Kaine signed two letters on Monday urging federal regulators to go easy on banks ? one to help big banks dodge risk management rules, and another to help small banks avoid consumer protection standards.

The perfect VP for Shrillery!

Taxpayers will foot the bill to fix £1bn warships that break down in Persian Gulf because ships are 'out of warranty'

By: malterwitty

The Ministry of Defence said the ‘arduous’ conditions that made the £1billion Type 45 Destroyers ‘degrade catastrophically’ were not covered by the guarantee.

Engines on the six warships fail because the intercooler units, which reduce heat from the exhaust, slow down in warm waters, leaving the engine unable to generate enough power.



Jerusalem mayor defends decision to skip Pride Parade

Nir Barkat says he needs to take into consideration all of the capital’s residents to avoid causing offense

Rape victim put in jail after breakdown on witness stand

By: orraz

It is hard to imagine a prosecutor putting a rape victim who is bipolar in jail. But that's exactly what Channel 2 Investigates uncovered in a two-part series.

After a rape victim named Jenny had an obvious mental breakdown while testifying against her attacker, Harris County prosecutors decided the best way to make sure she'd return to complete her testimony was to lock her up in the Harris County Jail.

DHS Whistleblower Says War On Terror Is A Charade – Real Targets Are American Patriots

Julia Davis, a former Customs and Border Protections Officer, was falsely declared a domestic terrorist and subjected to retaliatory efforts against her by the Department of Homeland Security. Her home was raided by a 27 man “special response team.” She was twice falsely arrested and imprisoned, but later exonerated. She is now a national security expert and has put out a historical documentary titled Top Priority: The Terror Within. She claims that the War On Terror by the Department of Homeland Security is a charade and that the agency seems to be targeting concerned American patriots.

Hundreds of California recycling centers shut down

More than a fifth of California's recycling redemption centers have closed in the last year, stripping consumers of easy access to recycling and limiting their ability to collect the deposits they made when purchasing bottles and cans.

Federal Debt Tops $19,400,000,000,000


The federal debt moved above $19,400,000,000,000 for the first time as of the close of business on Tuesday, according to the data released today by the U.S. Treasury.

That works out to about $65,000 for every living American .... plus accruing interest!

The secret of Nasrallah

By: Stacy Vassman

Even the Israeli military services admit: "He's the first Arab leader to have an ability to influence the Israeli public from the days of Nasser", the Egyptian president of the 60's. He's Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, the general secretary of Hezbollah and he is the man that these destroyers seek to kill, every day that God does, for at least ten years. Ten years ago Hezbollah, the Lebanese Shiite group, as the Jewish State has discovered with bitter surprise in 2006 when it invaded South Lebanon, was able to inflict a defeat on the Israeli army, so as to make it renounce the attack, leaving behind a cemetery of its Merkava supertanks and 120 fell...

Migrants should become LIFEGUARDS to stop swimming pool sex attacks, group claims

By: malterwitty

MIGRANTS should be trained to become pool lifeguards to help minimise escalating sex attacks by refugees in public baths, a professional swimming association in Germany has said.



In Peru's Andes, bitter cold devastates alpaca farmers

After three days of heavy snowfall and bone-chilling temperatures, Mateo Mullisaca watches as one of his alpacas falls to the ground in agony on his farm almost 16,400 feet (5,000 meters) high in Peru's Andes.

"Without water and without food, the weak ones die," the 62-year-old shepherd says as the animal takes its final breath with vultures lurking nearby.

Peru's government has declared a state of emergency in the southern Andes and promised $3 million in relief amid a bitter cold snap that has killed 50,000 alpacas. Authorities fear that if the mercury continues to hit minus 9 Fahrenheit (minus 23 Celsius) as many as 300,000 camelids could die, devastating the largely indigenous families who raise them.

European Central Bank 'running out of tools' to deal with crises across EU

By: malterwitty

THE Head of the Europe's central bank is running out of tools to deal with the bloc's economic woes, an expert warned ahead of an appearance by Mario Draghi later today.

Austria announces plan to build huge border fence to stop migrants as Schengen crumbles

By: malterwitty

AUSTRIA has unveiled plans to build a massive 100km fence along its border to stop migrants and refugees crossing into the country.

Secret Turkish intelligence source: Erdogan rebelled against NATO but won after taking control of nuclear bombs

By: Stacy Vassman

While some insist that the attempt to topple Recep Tayyip Erdogan's - ambitious and bloody, was staged, others (primarily in Turkey) believe that the leader of their state almost lost his life due to rapprochement with Russia. An expert on the Middle East, head of Lev Gumilev Center, Pavel Zarifullin told "Komsomolskaya Pravda" what secret intel he received from Turkey from a local high-ranking and well-informed friends. Their information says one thing - the coup was prepared with the help of our overseas "partners"...

NASA's Kennedy Space Center firm to lay off almost 300 workers


Security services company Chenega Security & Support Solutions, LLC will lay off 272 employees between Sept. 26-30.

The Chantilly, Va.-based company filed a Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification with Florida's Department of Economic Opportunity on July 18. Chenega's Florida facility specializes in protective services for NASA and has a location at the Kennedy Space Center.

Will Putin take back Alaska? [Video]

By: Stacy Vassman

A retiree posed the question during Putin's live Q&A. What a menacing granny!

Putin: "Why would we want it?"


On July 21, Russian warplanes and helicopter gunships intensified in northern Latakia, responding to the recent militant gains in the area. The joint force of Al Nusra, Jaysh Al-Fateh, the Free Syrian Army and the Turkmen Islamic Party had seized the strategic town of Kinsibba and the nearby villages of Shalaf, Ballah and Ruwaysat Shakara. Various sources say that the Russian Aerospace Forces already made up to 30 air strikes, targeting militant manpower and military equipment.

A convoy of vehicles armed with machine guns was destroyed by Syria’s aircraft near the city of Salamiyah in the province of Hama on July 20. Over 100 ISIS militants were killed. ISIS positions in Raqqah and Deir ez-Zor provinces were also targeted by the Syrian Air Force.

Russia and Syria are taking advantage of the lock-down of the US air assets in Turkey.

Hillary: If Elected I Will Make It A Crime To Criticize Me

In Citizens United vs. FEC, the grassroots conservative group challenged the FEC’s decision to ban the distribution of a movie critical of Clinton in the months before the 2008 Democratic primary election.

But the FEC ruled that since the film used Clinton’s name and would be available to voters 30 days before a primary, it was banned political speech.

And since Citizens United was a non-profit corporation, the FEC additionally ruled the movie was illegal corporate political speech.

Citizens United sued the FEC, pointing out the First Amendment does not allow the government to ban citizens from talking about political candidates, and does not allow the government to outlaw political speech if the speakers happen to associate in the form of a corporation.

The Supreme Court agreed, and struck down the provisions in the notorious “McCain-Feingold” campaign speech regulation law the FEC cited in its decision.

Europe Will Need to Copy Israel to Avoid Future Terrorist Attacks (Video!)

By: Stacy Vassman

A eunuch is a bad Kamasutra instructor. A president, prime minister or police chief immobilized by legislation is incapable of fighting against anyone. These people can’t do anything; they don’t understand the world they live in. They’ll hand out “We are Nice” pins and decorate the Eiffel Tower with the colors of mourning or other beautiful, creative silly things. They’re incapable of anything else. The reaction of world leaders is typical: “We can’t believe that”. They can’t believe that! Merkel and Obama also make insensible remarks. What's the use of that?

After Ted Cruz Betrayed Trump, Here’s How he RESPONDED! This is GOLD!

Last night, Senator Ted Cruz embarrassed himself in front of the entire nation at the RNC convention in Cleveland, going back on his promise to endorse Donald Trump after winning the GOP primary against 16 other candidates.

Even though Trump knew ahead of time that Cruz wouldn’t endorse him during his speech, he allowed Cruz to speak anyway.

That’s when things got hairy – Cruz received loud boos from the crowd!

Now, Trump has the PERFECT response to ‘Lyin Ted’ for going back on his word:

French Intelligence Says 100 Jihadis Still Join ISIS via Turkey Every Week

By: Stacy Vassman

French military intelligence estimates that about 100 foreigners continue to enter Syria from Turkey each week to join Islamic State, French daily Le Figaro reported on Wednesday. France's foreign minister said on Sunday that questions needed to be asked on whether Turkey was a viable partner in the fight against Islamic State in Syria and would raise the issue in a coalition meeting in Washington this week. "According to the Direction for Military Intelligence (DRM) in Paris, each week, about 100 foreigners continue to cross Turkey into Syria to join Islamic State," Le Figaro reported, citing sources.

Ukraine Is Carrying Out Info War Against European Nations

By: Stacy Vassman

Far from being an ally, Ukraine is actively trying to sabotage European interests... According to the document, targets of the information and psychological warfare being conducted by the Ukrainian military in Europe include «the Republic of Belarus, the Republic of Poland, Romania, Hungary, the Federal Republic of Germany, and the Kingdom of the Netherlands». A senior official in the Ukrainian Defence Ministry writes: «In view of the complex international situation, the influence of enemy propaganda on public opinion in Ukraine and abroad, and the anti-Ukrainian rhetoric being expressed by some EU politicians and members of the European media, we consider it appropriate to intensify propaganda work aimed at Europe».

Trump says US may abandon automatic protections for Nato countries

Donald Trump has said that if he is elected president he may abandon a guarantee of protection to fellow Nato countries.

Speaking to the New York Times, Mr Trump said the US would only come to the aid of allies if they have "fulfilled their obligations to us".

Sounds reasonable to me, even ignoring NATO's recent pattern of aggression and provocations against Russia!

US Investors prepare to indict the Icelandic state


US Investment managers, Eaton Vance and Autonomy Capital, are preparing to have the Icelandic state prosecuted because of their investments. The two funds purchased Icelandic government bonds in the aftermath of the financial crises in 2008, Viðskiptablaðið reports.

According to Eaton Vance and Autonomy Capital the Icelandic state must be all but bankrupt since it they’re not willing reimburse investors according to marked value. They believe that the Icelandic state has violated them with the latest law bill passed in parliament in respond to the panama paper leak this spring. Their claim is that the government and the Icelandic central bank violated them and other investors with their bill of law. The bill in question gave an ultimatum of offshore fund holders and companies, they were either to accept the value set by the central bank of Iceland or take their place in the back of the line and wait for the currency restrictions to be lifted.

This is "lawfare" against Iceland for daring to prosecute crooked bankers!

Louisiana Police Chief Fired After Posting That Obama Should Be Fighting Black Lives Matter

By: 1newsjunkie

Yes, his remarks were fiery, and laced with profanity, but they were also somehow construed as “racist” by members of the Jonesville community.

US Considers a 'Pause' in Supplies for Group Beheading a Child

By: Stacy Vassman

The five "individuals" who killed the child are members of the Harakat Nour al-Din al-Zenki, a group supported by the CIA as well as with Saudi money and weapons. The group issued a statement on the case.
QUESTION: Is this the kind of thing that would affect assistance, U.S. assistance to this specific group but also just in general to the FSA?
MR TONER: Well, I think we’d take a – if, as you said, if we can prove that this was indeed what happened and this group was involved in it, I think it would certainly give us pause.
QUESTION: It would give you pause?
MR TONER: Well, give us pause about any assistance or, frankly, any further involvement with this group.
QUESTION: So, in other words, so it will draw – there will be some kind of consequence if you’re satisfied that this actually happened?

US To Seize $1 Billion In Embezzled Malaysian Assets Which Goldman Sachs Helped Buy

By: 1newsjunkie

among the properties the US is looking to confiscate, are Van Gogh paintings, Beverly Hills properties, a private jet, ultra high end real estate in NYC and LA, and the rights to profits from the hit movie The Wolf of Wall Street.

African Blood: A Commodity Obama and the Clintons Excel In Trading In

By: Stacy Vassman

Outgoing US President Barack Obama has just ordered a contingent of US troops into South Sudan. The story is barely mentions in mainstream media today, but the implications are dramatic, and implicative. Another regime put in place with the help of the US and the UN, is in chaos. At the center of the Sudanese conflict is a familiar resource, energy lying beneath that nation's blood soak sands of Africa...

‘Steady Progress’ In US-Cuba Ties On First Anniversary Of Normalization

The United States and Cuba are making “steady progress” one year after the normalization of ties between the long-time foes, a senior US State Department official says.

“Normalization is a long term process … but we are making slow and steady progress,” the official told Reuters on condition of anonymity on Wednesday.

Damascus is ready to resume inter-Syrian talks — ambassador

By: Stacy Vassman

Damascus is ready to resume the inter-Syrian talks in Geneva, Syria’s ambassador to Russia Riyad Haddad said. He added that so far the office of UN Syria envoy Staffan de Mistura has not announced a possible date for the resumption of talks. "Preparations are under way. So far we don’t know when it will happen. But Damascus is ready. The Syrian delegation is ready. Once they announce the resumption we will immediately go to Geneva," the ambassador said.

Czech Olympic Committee head against barring Russian team from 2016 Games

By: Stacy Vassman

President of the Czech Olympic Committee Jiri Kejval is against barring of the Russian national team from the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. He made this statement in an interview published by the Prague-based Lidove noviny newspaper. "The punishment for all the athletes, even in the form applied only to track and fielders, is totally unacceptable and unjust", Kejvan said. In his opinion, the Russian athletes are victims of the scandal, the responsibility for which rests with WADA. WADA’s work raises many questions among experts, Kejvan said. "The question is how the samples (taken from Russian athletes) were controlled and how the anti-doping testing system works in general", said the Czech Olympic Committee president...
Foreign ministry says campaign against Russian athletes strikes blow on Olympic movement

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