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Three Israelis killed in stabbing attack at West Bank settlement – Israeli rescue service

 
Published time: 21 Jul, 2017 20:04 Edited time: 21 Jul, 2017 20:13
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Three Israelis killed in stabbing attack at West Bank settlement – Israeli rescue service
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Three Israelis have been stabbed at a West Bank settlement, media reports say, citing the Israeli officials.

‘We'll sink them’: Angry activists threaten migrant traffickers’ ships arriving in Sicily

 
Published time: 20 Jul, 2017 14:52 Edited time: 21 Jul, 2017 08:09
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As Italy becomes increasingly frustrated with the number of African migrants reaching its shores, activists are taking matters into their own hands. They say they're ready to sink migrant-trafficking ships and ensure that asylum seekers are returned to Libya.

Anti-immigration activists are threatening to sink ships used to transport migrants off the coast of Sicily to prevent them from bringing in more people.

READ MORE: Italy in ‘tug of war’ with EU over migrants, may give them visas

"When we will be on the sea, we will find the boat of immigrants empty and when we will ensure that they are empty, we will sink it to be sure that they will not be used anymore by the smugglers," organizer of Operation Defend Europe, Clément Galant, told Ruptly.

When asked whether he or fellow activists would step in to save migrants who are drowning in the Mediterranean, Galant replied, "Yes, of course."

"We want to stop the deaths on the sea and so if we see immigrants who are in danger in the sea, we will help them of course and then we will call the Libyan Coast Guard so they can take them back to Africa."

Galant and fellow activists have been gathering in Catania for days, a city which has seen 10,000 migrants arrive this year after being rescued off the coast of Libya.

They are awaiting the arrival of the 40-meter (130ft) C-star ship, chartered by Defend Europe in a crowdfunding campaign.

The vessel, set to arrive in Catania later this month, was commissioned to search the Mediterranean for boats containing refugees and migrants.

Defend Europe will use the ship to "overwatch the NGOs, record all of the radar signals, expose possible communication with the human traffickers and intervene when they are doing something illegal," the group said in a video posted online.

"We will cooperate with the Libyan Coast Guard and inform them every time when an NGO ship tries to enter Libyan waters, and we will try to sink all the abandoned migrant traffic ships in order to prevent human traffickers from getting them back in the night, and thus draining their financial resources," the video continues.

"We will reach out to the Libyan Coast Guard and offer them our help as a recon ship," Defend Europe wrote on its website.

More than 93,000 mainly sub-Saharan African and Bangladeshi migrants have arrived in Italy by boat this year, a 17 percent increase from the same period in 2016, according to the Interior Ministry.

However, not everyone agrees with activists taking matters into their own hands.

One man who identifies as an "anti-Identitarian" activist – meaning he disagrees with those who are anti-immigrant – told Ruptly that such efforts are "an extremely serious and dangerous breakthrough from the European far-right wing – extreme far-right racist and xenophobic."

Italian residents, especially those in Sicily, are also becoming frustrated with what they say is the EU's lack of assistance.

RT spoke to one Sicilian resident who believes that while welcoming migrants is the right thing to do, responsibility must be shared with the EU as a whole.

"I believe that welcoming people is the right thing, but the European Union must pay more attention to this phenomenon and support Italy in this enormous effort. Social integration for these people is a must, but the EU cannot just look at it from afar. It needs to get involved, and not abandon Italy – and Sicily in particular," he said.

The Italian government has called on fellow EU member states and Brussels to provide more support, but its patience is wearing thin.

Deputy Foreign Minister Mario Giro stated on Tuesday that the country could soon offer asylum seekers temporary visas, allowing them to travel around the rest of the EU.

"We don't accept being turned into a European hotspot, or feeling guilty because we rescue people, so deciding what to do with the migrants who arrive is everyone's responsibility," Giro said

Italian Interior Minister Marco Minniti also spoke out against the issue last month, stating that Italy is under "enormous pressure."

"If the only ports refugees are taken to are Italian, something is not working," he said.

However, local Sicilian mayors say the problem isn't only with the EU, stating that the central Italian government also hasn't done enough to help the area.

Many Sicilian mayors staged protests over the weekend, stating that an unfair number of migrants are being settled in their towns. 

Some of those mayors also met at the municipality in the city of Messina on Thursday, hoping to find a solution to the crisis.

Cows could be surprising ally in fight against HIV

 
Published time: 21 Jul, 2017 13:01 Edited time: 21 Jul, 2017 13:04
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Cows could be surprising ally in fight against HIV
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Cows are emerging as an unlikely weapon in the fight against HIV as new research reveals they can produce powerful antibodies against the notorious, vaccine-resistant virus.

It’s the first recorded occasion that any animal, including humans, have rapidly produced antibodies to neutralize the virus. Researchers now hope that cows may one day hold the key to the future creation of a HIV vaccine.

HIV is notoriously hard to vaccinate against, as it mutates any time an infected person’s immune system figures out a way to combat it.

However, this new research shows that cows have an uncanny ability to produce powerful “broadly neutralising antibodies” at amazing speed.

Cows do not become infected with the virus, but their immune systems’ quick response against it has researchers excited.

“HIV is a human virus,”said study author Devin Sok, “but researchers can certainly learn from immune responses across the animal kingdom.”

For this trial, scientists injected four calves with a HIV immunogens, the proteins which they contain are designed to produce an immune system response to the virus.

All four calves produced these broadly neutralizing antibodies (bNAbs) within 35-50 days of injection. This is something that takes years in humans, by which time it’s too late.

"A minority of people living with HIV produce bNAbs, but only after a significant period of infection, at which point [the] virus in their body has already evolved to resist these defenses," said Dennis R. Burton, a lead author of the study, which was published Thursday in the journal Nature.

The calves antibodies neutralized 20 percent of HIV strains within 42 days of injection – and within 381 days could take out 96 percent of HIV strains tested in the lab.

“From the early days of the epidemic, we have recognized that HIV is very good at evading immunity, so exceptional immune systems that naturally produce broadly neutralizing antibodies to HIV are of great interest – whether they belong to humans or cattle,”said Anthony S. Fauci, who was involved with the study.

Though it’s unknown why exactly cows have such a drastic response to the virus, researchers speculate that it has something to do with their complex digestive systems.

Cattle have multi-chambered stomachs, which contain a massive amount of bacteria, allowing them to digest the tough grass upon which they feed.

This bacteria can be dangerous to the animal if it escapes the stomach, however.

While bovine bNABs are unlikely to be suitable for human trials, it’s hoped that figuring out how they produce such a quick response against HIV will help those living with the disease.

 
 

Teenage girl found chopped up in freezer in suspected honor killing

 
Published time: 21 Jul, 2017 12:00 Edited time: 21 Jul, 2017 12:25
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Teenage girl found chopped up in freezer in suspected honor killing
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A 19-year-old girl’s body was allegedly chopped up and stuffed in a freezer after she was stabbed to death in a suspected honor killing at a £1.5 million home in South West London.

A 21-year-old woman, understood to be the cousin of the victim, was also injured in the attack and is in “serious but stable” condition in hospital.

She reportedly managed to escape with a knife wound to the neck. Hospital staff alerted police, who then went to the home to find the remains hidden in a freezer.

According to The Sun, police arrested three suspects, including the builder working on the house for the owners who live next door. They are reportedly questioning two men, 33 and 38, and a 29-year-old woman.

The perpetrator is believed to be the uncle of the 19-year-old and step-father of the other victim.

“The girls had got mixed up with a gang of guys. One wanted to marry one of the boys and her Pakistani family couldn’t take that,” a family friend of the owners told the tabloid.

“Whoever did this cut her up Jack the Ripper style.”

A neighbor, who wished to remain anonymous, told the Daily Mail a man was arrested when he tried to flee the country from Dover.

“Relatives told me that the man was Asian and was caught at Dover trying to leave the country.

“I heard he kidnapped them both and chopped one of them up and put her in the freezer. I heard he slit the other one’s throat.”

Police had been called to the address earlier over fears for the welfare of the two women.

They carried out a search of the detached property, which the victim’s relative was reportedly renovating, and initially found nothing. They made the grim discovery during a second visit.

Detective Chief Inspector Sam Price said police are working hard to understand the circumstances of this “despicable act” and establish the motive for the incident.

“At this early stage it is believed the two victims were taken to an address before being attacked.

“We also understand that the victims were known to their attackers.”

 
 

Palestinian teen shot dead as protests rage in Jerusalem – reports

 
Published time: 21 Jul, 2017 12:37 Edited time: 21 Jul, 2017 12:54
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Palestinian teen shot dead as protests rage in Jerusalem – reports
Palestinians clash with Israeli security forces outside Jerusalem's Old city July 21, 2017. © Ammar Awad / Reuters
 
A Palestinian teenager has been shot dead by an Israeli settler amid mass protests, according to the Palestinian Maan agency and the Israeli Haaretz media outlet.

Hundreds more people were injured in the clashes.

The Palestinian was 18 years old, and the incident took place in the Ras al-Amud neighborhood in East Jerusalem, Maan and Haaretz reported.

READ MORE: Israeli police clash with Palestinian protesters in Jerusalem (VIDEO)

The rallies followed Muslim Friday prayers. Israeli police used live ammunition, tear gas and rubber-coated bullets against the demonstrators.

The Palestinian Red Crescent has put the number of those injured in East Jerusalem and the West Bank at some 140 people.

Earlier on Friday, 3,000 officers were deployed around the Old City to avoid riots, according to AP.

The History The US Government HOPES You Never Learn!

 

THOUGHT FOR THE DAY!

"Well, first of all, the Federal Reserve is an independent agency, and that means, basically, that there is no other agency of government which can overrule actions that we take. So long as that is in place and there is no evidence that the administration or the Congress or anybody else is requesting that we do things other than what we think is the appropriate thing, then what the relationships are don't, frankly, matter." -- Alan Greespan, responding to a question by Jim Lehrer

YOUR RANDOM DHS MONITORED PHRASE OF THE DAY

DNDO (Domestic Nuclear Detection Office)
 


Russia, Trump, And The Deep State

Let us go out on a limb and posit that World War III, with nuclear exchanges between the U.S. and Russia, would not be a very good thing. I know, I know, the accusations will come thick and fast that in saying this I am in the pay of a certain foreign power, that I am not a Patriot, that I hate America.

FLASHBACK 2011 - Supreme Court vaccine ruling: parents can't sue drug makers for kids' health problems

The Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that a federal law prohibits lawsuits against drug makers over serious side effects from childhood vaccines.

The court voted 6-2 against the parents of a child who sued the drug maker Wyeth in Pennsylvania state court, for the health problems they say their daughter, now 19, suffered from a vaccine she received in infancy.

The ruling was a stinging defeat for families dissatisfied with how they had fared before a special no-fault vaccine court.

US Army To Modernize Forces With Autonomous Drones & ‘Internet Of Things’

In an effort to compete with more technologically advanced forces, the US Army is investing in new programs to develop autonomous drones and create a network of battlefield devices that communicate with each other.

In March, the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) released a report that found the US Army has fallen behind other technologically advanced states after spending nearly two decades fighting technologically inferior adversaries in the Middle East.

Doctor Busted Running A Drug Ring That Would Make Walter White Jealous

Authorities arrested a doctor who allegedly flooded the streets of New Jersey with high dosage painkillers in a scheme potentially worth up to $7 million.

State Attorney General Christopher Porrino announced the bust at a press conference Wednesday in Newark, which included the arrest of 16 alleged leaders of the illicit operation. Dr. Craig Gialanella, a 53-year old internist with a practice in Belleville, N.J., is charged with running the drug ring, which distributed roughly 50,000 oxycodone 30-milligram pills between Jan. 1 and Dec. 7, 2017, reports Fox News.

Gialanella wrote prescriptions in the names of roughly 30 people living in Atlantic County, including the 16 members charged in connection to the scheme, which they would pay for with cash. The members than sold the pills on the streets, feeding opioid addiction in the state. Gialanella is believed to have written scripts for more than 350,000 oxycodone pills in total worth up to $7 million if sold on the street.

New Survey: Americans Afraid Of Major War. Whose Fault?

According to a new NBC News survey, some 76 percent of Americans are afraid of being drawn into a major war. That is a ten percent increase from just February. What’s behind this increased fear? The country that Americans feel most threatened by is North Korea, which has a GDP half the size of the US state of Vermont (which has the smallest GDP in the union). Who’s responsible for making Americans so afraid of relatively minor threats? The media? Neocons? Tune in to today’s Ron Paul Liberty Report:

EU Civil War: Austria Threatens To Send Army To Italy Border In 24 Hours Over Migrant Row

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Austria has warned it will send soldiers to close the border with Italy in 24 hours if Rome decides to take the “nuclear option” and grant visas to almost 100,000 migrants stranded in the Mediterranean country.



WHITE COUNTY INMATES GIVEN REDUCED JAIL TIME IF THEY GET A VASECTOMY

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Inmates in White County, Tennessee have been given credit for their jail time if they voluntarily agree to have a vasectomy or birth control implant, a popular new program that is being called “unconstitutional” by the ACLU.

Total Solar Eclipse 2017: When, Where and How to See It (Safely)

On Aug. 21, 2017, people across the United States will see the sun disappear behind the moon, turning daylight into twilight, causing the temperature drop rapidly and revealing massive streamers of light streaking through the sky around the silhouette of the moon. On that day, America will fall under the path of a total solar eclipse .

The so-called Great American Total Solar Eclipse will darken skies all the way from Oregon to South Carolina, along a stretch of land about 70 miles (113 kilometers) wide. People who descend upon this "path of totality" for the big event are in for an unforgettable experience.

Here is Space.com's complete guide to the 2017 total solar eclipse. It includes information about where and when to see it, how long it lasts, what you can expect to see, and how to plan ahead to ensure you get the most out of this incredible experience.

Poll: Trump Still Beats Clinton

Trump’s 2016 Democratic rival is viewed favorably by just 39 percent of Americans in the latest Bloomberg National Poll, two points lower than the president. It’s the second-lowest score for Clinton since the poll started tracking her in September 2009.

Right After Failing HealthCare AGAIN, McConnell Just Learned His MISERABLE Fate

Remember when Donald Trump promised last year that he was gonna “Drain the Swamp”? Yeah, well, turns out that list includes quite a few of the “old guard” Republicans.



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NEW DOCUMENTS SHOW MASSACHUSETTS PROSECUTORS CONDUCT SWEEPING WARRANTLESS SURVEILLANCE

Your call records, showing who you’ve called and texted, when, and how long the calls lasted. Your IP logs, showing where you access websites from—whether it’s home, work, a friend’s house, or on the go via your mobile phone. Your banking and credit card information. The email address you used to sign up for online services. Records showing every time you’ve logged on to your favorite social networking site, and how long those sessions lasted.

Labour Shadow Chancellor Says Grenfell Tower Fire Is “Social Murder”: What Is He Going To Do About It?

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Speaking on the BBC’s Andrew Marr show Sunday, Labour’s Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell said that those responsible for “social murder” at Grenfell Tower should be held accountable for their actions.

McDonnell was asked by Marr whether he stood by earlier remarks made at the Glastonbury Festival’s Left Field tent debate, when he said that the victims of the June 14 Grenfell Tower inferno had been “murdered by political decisions that were taken over recent decades.”

Emails Show Clinton Campaign Tried To Cover Up Its Russia Connection

Donald Trump Junior’s meeting with a Russian lawyer is now uncovering alleged ties between Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign and Russia.

An email released by Wikileaks shows the campaign worked to cover up its opposition to sanctions against Russia, and its ties to a speech Bill Clinton gave in Moscow for $500,000.

Police Wife: The Secret Epidemic of Police Domestic Violence

Domestic violence takes place in up to a staggering 40 percent of law enforcement families, but police departments mostly ignore the problem or let it slide, write ex-police wife Susanna Hope and award-winning investigative journalist Alex Roslin in their new book Police Wife: The Secret Epidemic of Police Domestic Violence. The following excerpt is adapted from their book, available on Amazon or as an eBook from their website policewife.org.



The Year Without An Arctic Summer

The Greenland Ice Sheet is gaining near record amounts of ice this year. Very little melting has occurred this summer, which is about to start winding down..

VW's settlement in emissions scandal reaches $1.3 billion

California says Volkswagen will pay the state another $154 million in penalties and costs over the automaker's emissions scandal.

California's Air Resources Board says the increase in a consent decree filed Thursday brings VW's total settlement in California to $1.3 billion.

Volkswagen Group of America acknowledges rigging 11 million of its vehicles with software used to cheat on vehicle emissions tests.

RBC Warns Of Looming "Cocktail For Fall Volatility"

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As the world watched with bated breath for any dovish tilt from Draghi this morning, RBC's head of cross-asset strategy Charlie McElligott laid out his game-plan. While the EUR is higher (hawkish), bund yields are lower (dovish) McElligott warns the cozy calm 'status quo' could get a rude interruption in the fall...

VIKING, LIFE ON MARS, AND DR. GILBERT LEVIN

I wrote this article in response to a news report that appeared the other day in the UK Independent. There just might be life on Mars....Nasa Curiosity rover picks up mysterious methane 'burps' that could possibly be coming from alien organisms

The gist of the story is that Curiosity has been detecting sudden bursts of methane erupting from small areas on the surface of Mars. These methane bursts are not explainable by geological processes, which tend to result in methane flowing steadily from large areas. But colonies of bacteria just under the surface would generate methane, which would accumulate until there was enough pressure for a "burp" to pop up through the overhead dust. Curiosity is going to perform more tests to try to confirm biological activity, and when they do, we can count on the present day NASA management to claim credit for what will truly be an Earth-shaking discovery.

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OJ Simpson granted parole for Las Vegas robbery

O.J. Simpson has been granted parole after nine years in prison for a Las Vegas robbery, a group of four Nevada commissioners decided today.

The imprisoned former NFL player could be released as early as Oct. 1.

FBI turns over 7,000 documents from Weiner laptop in Clinton-tied case

Fitton is not satisfied with the speed of the process, especially now that another 7,000 documents are being added to the pile.

Chinese Army Mobilizes Military Assets to Tibet Following Live Fire Drills

The Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) mobilized thousands of ground vehicles and other military equipment as the standoff between Chinese and Indian troops near the disputed area of Sikkim continues, according to a report from the PLA Daily.
PLA Daily is widely considered the main outlet the Chinese army uses for external communications, LiveMint notes.

The report did not specify the exact date the military assets were relocated to Tibet but said it occurred at the end of June. The unspecified military "hardware" was transported via rail and conventional roads.

It’s not entirely clear where in Tibet the chess pieces have been placed. The report also failed to indicate whether the military equipment would be used in tandem with a Chinese battalion that recently completed drills in Tibet, China’s second-largest province.

This could get very dicey very quickly.

And the fact that the US and Indian governments enhanced their military ties last year India and U.S. deepen defense ties with landmark agreementcould translate as a possible US military intervention, on the side of India, against China in this skirmish over Sikkim.


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RT is hiring! US team looking for ideal candidate to Question More

The RT team in Washington, DC is looking for a new colleague who has misgivings about the mainstream media, wants to be part of a team that’s dedicated to covering the world’s most under-reported stories, and whose life and work motto fits with RT’s – to always ‘Question More.’

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INTEL REPORTS REVEAL AT LEAST 40,000 CIVILIANS KILLED IN MOSUL IN JUST 9 MONTHS

According to Hoshyar Zebari, who until recently was a senior minister in Baghdad, many bodies “are still buried under the rubble.”

“Kurdish intelligence believes that over 40,000 civilians have been killed as a result of massive firepower used against them, especially by the federal police, air strikes and Isis itself,” Mr. Zebari added.

The monitoring group Airwars recently estimated that at least 4,000 civilians were still buried under the rubble in Mosul, but we will likely never know the exact number. Up until a month ago, the U.S. only had two personnel investigating casualties in Iraq and Syria full time.

Zebari also emphasized that the “unrelenting artillery bombardment by units of the Iraqi federal police, in practice a heavily armed military unit, had caused immense destruction and loss of life in west Mosul,” according to the Independent.

I have a sneaking suspicion that by the time all the deaths are truly tallied in Mosul, this 40,000 figure may well be expanded by double the number reported here.

Brazilian court seizes ex-president Lula's assets

A Brazilian judge has ordered assets of former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva to be frozen and sold.

Judge Sergio Moro put the value of the assets of Lula, as he is widely known, at $4.3 million, according to court papers released Wednesday.

Lula's assets include three apartments, a plot of land, two vehicles and two bank accounts with more than the equivalent of $190,000.

NY Times Rewrites History of Iraq War, Painting U.S. as Noble Democracy-Lover, Iran as Sinister Imperialist

The New York Times’ Tim Arango took what could have been an interesting topic for war journalism—Iran’s increased role in Iraq—and morphed it into a revisionist history of American and Saudi involvement in the Middle East. In doing so, Arango paints the U.S. as a noble, freedom-loving nation on a mission to improve the lives of average Iraqis, and Iran as a sinister imperial force working to expand its sphere of influence across the region.

 

 

Trump Ends CIA Program Of Funding Terrorists In Syria; Will Things Actually Change?

By Brandon Turbeville

Setting off a predictable fire in the Western corporate media, there is now weeping and wailing over the new Trump decision to end the policy of the CIA arming terrorists in Syria. Mainstream outlets are now leaping over themselves to demonize Trump, Assad, Putin, and Russia in general. According to some outlets and analysts, Trump has “fallen into a Russian trap” by directing the CIA to stop funding terrorists. If that sounds ridiculous, it’s because it is...

Israeli steals Auschwitz items for student art project

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A college student in Israel whose grandparents survived the Holocaust admitted she stole artifacts from the Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp for an art project. she is "concerned that after all the survivors are gone, the Holocaust will turn into a myth, something that cannot be perceived." "I felt it was something I had to do," she said,
Note: Too late Miss sticky fingers it has already turned into a gigantic lie! She should ask her grandparents about the hospital, swimming pool,theater, orchestra, etc.

Peace between North and South Korea and the complete disarmament of Kim's nukes by 2020: President Moon Jae-in sets out plans for treaty

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South Korea's president hopes to sign a new treaty with the North that would see the 'complete denuclearisation' of Kim Jong-un's state.

Moon Jae-in announced the ambitious plans yesterday in a report outlining his key presidency objectives.

If the deal is signed it will be seen as an incredible achievement after decades of tension between the two states and a huge step towards safeguarding the world from nuclear warfare.



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Mac And Cheese And Cheeses Have Hidden Ingredient Used To Make Plastic

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Mac and Cheese and Real Food Cheeses Have Hidden Hormone Disruptors and Carcinogens

Phthalates are a class of chemicals used as plasticizers to make plastic more flexible and as solvents in cosmetics, personal care, soaps, perfumes and office products like ink...

Churchill's bid to cover up Duke's link to the Nazis: Newly-declassified files show how wartime PM tried to prevent release of documents because he feared they could bring down the House of Windsor

Winston Churchill tried to conceal documents which revealed that the 'disloyal' Duke of Windsor supported the Nazis, newly-declassified files reveal.

Hitler had planned to install the former monarch as the puppet king in Britain if the Germans had won the war.

And files released by The National Archives at Kew, West London, now show Churchill feared these revelations could have brought down the House of Windsor.

Trump appoints super hawk Huntsman as US Ambassador to Russia

US President Donald Trump will suggest the candidacy of Jon Huntsman to the post of the US Ambassador to Russia.

Huntsman has reportedly already accepted the offer. The would-be ambassador earlier served as the head of the State of Utah and then acted as a US representative in China for two years. During the time of Barack Obama's presidency, Huntsman was heading the US Embassy in China.


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FALSEHOOD IN WAR-TIME: Propaganda Lies of the First World War by Arthur Ponsonby MP, 1928

"The use of the weapon of falsehood is more necessary in a country where military conscription is not the law of the land than in countries where the manhood of the nation is automatically drafted into the Army, Navy, or Air Service. The public can be worked up emotionally by sham ideals. A sort of collective hysteria spreads and rises until finally it gets the better of sober people and reputable newspapers".
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McCain’s Brain Tumor May Explain Bizarre Behavior

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Glioblastoma can cause personality changes including aggression, loss of social restraints, confusion, forgetfulness and mood swings.

McCain has acted rather bizarre over the past few months with his unrestrained attacks against President Trump, especially when he claimed America’s standing in the world was “stronger” under Democratic President Obama.

In comparison, other establishment Republicans who hate Trump are careful with what they say publicly.

The Arizona senator also seemed completely confused as he was questioning former FBI Director James Comey at a press conference last month.

Report: John McCain’s Brain Cancer ‘Particularly Aggressive Type’

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It has a five-year survival rate for patients over 55 of only about 4 percent.

 

 

Medical, Disabilities And Discrimination Claims Can Be Filed Against States PUCs And Utilities

By Catherine J. Frompovich

According to Electrosmog Prevention, “Accommodations may be requested of the PUC or utility for qualifying disabilities or medical conditions [regarding EMFs/RFs radiation from AMI Smart Meters]. A discrimination complaint may be filed if accommodations aren’t met.”...

PLAYING WITH FIRE ON THE TEMPLE MOUNT OF JERUSALEM

Israeli Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu is dealing with latest tensions at the Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem with an odd combination of insolence, recklessness, irresponsibility and a great deal of shortsightedness.

Eclipse to cause 'biggest traffic event in Oregon history'

ODOT is staffing up and warning drivers to be prepared to be stuck in their cars for hours during the solar eclipse.

Oregon Department of Transportation spokesman Don Hamilton says the eclipse will cause "the biggest traffic event in Oregon history" on August 21.

State emergency management officials are estimating one million people from out of state are coming to Oregon to watch the eclipse. More rental cars and RVs will be added to our highways, not to mention rural single-lane roads to and from campsites.

ODOT is particularly worried about the highways to the Oregon Coast. The agency is halting any maintenance and construction in the days leading up to the eclipse just to keep roads clear. They will be closing truck weigh stations so ambulances, police or fire trucks can have room to park there in case of emergency. ODOT is even warning trucking companies of delayed deliveries until things calm down.

July 20, 1934 – 118 Degrees In Iowa

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The average maximum temperature that day across the US was 95 degrees, six degrees hotter than last year, which NOAA says was the hottest year on record.

Military aviation makes up bulk of Russian arms exports

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Russian state arms exporter (Rosoboronexport) expects military aviation equipment to constitute over 50 percent of 2017 exports, said deputy head Sergey Ladygin in an interview with Sputnik during the MAKS-2017 international air show.

Nationwide Outage Hits Bank of America: Customers Unable To Access Accounts

In an apparent nationwide system outage, Bank of America customers have been shut out from accessing their accounts and online banking on Wednesday afternoon. As of 4pm ET the outage was continuing with most online systems still frozen.

‘Lack of candor’: House Democrats ask FBI to probe Ivanka Trump’s clearance

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A group of House Democrats has requested that the FBI review Ivanka Trump’s security clearance, accusing the president’s daughter of engaging in “deception” by not disclosing all her contacts with foreign officials, in particular the Russians.

 

 

Wasserman Schultz May Start Cooperating With House Hacking Probe

Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz is “negotiating” with the Capitol Police over whether to stop blocking access to a computer seized from her as part of a criminal cybersecurity investigation, Fox News reported Wednesday.

Soon after resigning as head of the Democratic National Committee in wake of it being hacked, the Florida Democrat’s top information technology (IT) aide, Pakistan-born Imran Awan, was named as the lead suspect in a separate information breach involving House data.

But instead of cooperating with Capitol Police, she used a hearing on the law enforcement group’s budget to threaten “consequences” for Police Chief Matthew R. Verderosa unless he returns her a computer taken in the investigation. Wasserman Schultz appeared visibly distraught in the televised hearing.

Size matters? Framing of Macron’s extra-large official portrait ‘could cost €2.7mn’

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French President Emmanuel Macron’s official portrait has yet again become a heated topic of internet and media discussion, after a local official calculated the hefty sum it would take from local budgets to frame the new leader’s outsize picture.

 

 

Iraq to buy ‘large batch’ of advanced Russian T-90 tanks – Kremlin

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Moscow and Baghdad have struck a major deal to deliver “a large batch” of advanced Russian-made T-90 tanks to the Iraqi military, a Kremlin official said. The T-90s will reinforce the Iraqis’ M1A1 Abrams fleet damaged in the fight against Islamists.

Russian Lawyer At Trump Tower Meeting Says She’s Willing To Talk To Congress

The Russian lawyer who met last June with Donald Trump Jr. and other members of the Trump campaign says she’s willing to testify before Congress to “clarify” the circumstances of the meeting.

In an interview with RT, Russia’s state-owned news outlet, Natalia Veselnitskaya, the attorney, accused a London-based financier named Bill Browder of being behind the “mass hysteria” surrounding the June 9, 2016 meeting.

Veselnitskaya claims that she attended the meeting in order to lobby the Trump campaign against the Magnitsky Act, a 2012 sanctions law championed by Browder.

But the meeting was set up after Donald Trump Jr. was offered derogatory information about Hillary Clinton from an acquaintance. Trump Jr. was told that a “Russian government attorney” would be providing the information.

High-dose vitamin D found to HEAL sunburns by activating skin repair genes… so why won’t dermatologists recommend vitamin D?

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In a new trial out of Case Western Reserve University that is the first of its kind, 20 participants were given a sunburn on their inner arm using a UV lamp and were then administered either a placebo pill or one containing vitamin D in dosages that ranged from 50,000 to 200,000 international units (IU).

The researchers then followed up with the participants 24, 48, and 72 hours after the experiment, as well as one week later, to collect skin biopsies and conduct further testing. The researchers found that Vitamin D was able to significantly reduce the skin redness and swelling that are hallmarks of sunburn, and even more surprisingly, it also activated skin repair genes that promote healing. Among those participants in the study who took a Vitamin D supplement an hour after getting burned, their level of healing was correlated to their dosage of Vitamin D.

FLASHBACK - TRUMP'S VINCE FOSTER ATTACK BACKED BY NEW EVIDENCE

As Donald Trump revives the two-decade old Vince Foster case, the charge that the cause of death of the top aide and close friend of the Clintons may not have been suicide has once again been dismissed as the stuff of “right-wing conspiracy theory.”

But less than three months ago, WND reported a resignation letter surfaced from the lead investigator in independent counsel Robert Fiske’s investigation of the Foster case, Miquel Rodriguez, outlining evidence of his charge that the case was fixed.

Thirteen years ago, WND reported Rodriguez, an assistant U.S. attorney, made an audio recording in which he charged the suicide ruling was predetermined, the crime scene was altered and major newspaper editors killed stories by reporters pursuing the truth.

“This whole notion of [Fiske and Starr] doing an honest investigation is laughable,” Rodriguez says in the tape.

US Sanctions Against Iran Aimed to 'Install Washington-Friendly Gov't' in Tehran

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Iran's fulfillment of its obligations under the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) did not stop the US from carrying on and even expanding its longstanding policy of sanctions against Tehran using different pretexts, yet this approach is unlikely to succeed in the goal of installing a US-friendly government in Tehran, experts told Sputnik.

We saw the same thing in Syria. Assad's compliance with the deal to remove his chemical weapons did not stop the US from continuing to oust Assad.

Israeli officer punches Muslim worshiper in the face as clashes continue near Temple Mount (VIDEO)

Israeli police used stun grenades to disperse a crowd of Palestinian protesters who clashed with authorities for the fourth day running following the introduction of new security measures at Jerusalem's sacred Temple Mount or Noble Sanctuary as referred to by Muslims.

Clashes erupted Wednesday shortly after the afternoon prayers near the Lions Gate to the Old City of Jerusalem, where up 200 Muslim worshippers gathered to pray.

Following the prayers, a few worshipers started shouting against the recent security upgrades at the site, holy to both Muslims and Jews.

Straitjacket of Russophobia prevents Trump returning seized Russian property  

The protracted row over the US’ seizure of Russian diplomatic property illustrates how Russophobia has become a dangerous impediment to healthy bilateral relations. All contact with Russia is being seen through a prism of anti-Russia hysteria.

The only anti-Russia hysteria I see is in the media and the warhawks.

‘UK's main growth industry: Brutalizing world’s poorest with hi-tech military equipment’

The UK is investing in F-35 fighter jets, part of a massive £160 billion program to re-equip the British military. It comes in the midst of painful austerity when there is no money for anything else, says political analyst Dan Glazebrook.
The UK's plan to purchase F-35 fighter jets has MPs debating the increasing costs. They say the controversial £150 billion warplane program is falling on the taxpayers.

UK Defence Select Committee chair Julian Lewis said he would be pushing for a special investigation into the acquisition and demanded full disclosure of the hidden costs associated with the deal.

US sees Iran’s tactful, sensible policies threat to own profiteering plans: Official

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Iran has dismissed as “baseless” the recent US allegation that Tehran is undermining regional stability, saying American officials perceive the Islamic Republic’s “wise” policies vis-à-vis the developments in the region as a threat to their meddlesome policies.

'US hopes to retain power by sanctioning Iran'

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The United States seeks to retain its diminishing power as an empire by imposing new sanctions on Iran, says an American analyst.

Myles Hoenig, a former Green Party candidate for Congress, made the remarks in an interview when asked about new sanctions imposed on Iran by the administration of President Donald Trump.

The US Departments of Treasury and State said Tuesday they were targeting 18 Iranian individuals, groups and networks. The new sanctions freeze any assets the targets may have in the US and prevents Americans from doing business with them.

Londoners demand resignation of local council officials

Hundreds of Grenfell Tower residents and protesters in London have demanded that the entire cabinet of the local council step aside. The protesters called the officials murderers, saying they have blood on their hands after the deadly fire inside the building last month.

Certain Antibiotics in First Trimester Up Risk of Major Birth Defects

Several common types of antibiotics were linked both to major congenital and to organ specific malformations in infants when taken during the first trimester of pregnancy, a retrospective Canadian cohort study found.
Exposure to antibiotics, such as clindamycin, doxycycline, quinolones, macrolides and phenoxymethylpenicillin, increased the risk of these birth defects, reported Flory T. Muanda, MD, of the University of Montreal, and colleagues.
However, there was no increased risk of major congenital malformations linked to exposure to amoxicillin, cephalosporins, or nitrofurantoin, the authors wrote in the British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology.

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ADL’s “Who’s Who” List Of The Alt Right/Alt Lite Receives Mass Backlash

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The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) has released a list of 36 individuals it claims are connected to either the alt right or alt lite, including MILO and Mike Cernovich – the latter of whom has condemned the list as an attempt to paint targets on the backs of dissenters.

John McCain Diagnosed With Brain Cancer – Liberals Wish for His Death!

Yesterday we reported that conspiracy theorists were speculating that Sen. John McCain underwent brain surgery – and they weren’t too far off the truth for once.

McCain’s declining health had already caused the Senate to postpone their vote on their version of the ObamaCare repeal, and now there’s even worse news: The Senator has a brain tumor.

President Trump Says He Wouldn’t Have Appointed Jeff Sessions as Attorney General

President Trump is apparently having second thoughts about having former Alabama Senator Jeff Sessions as Attorney General.

In an interview with the New York Times, Trump explained that Sessions’s decision to recuse himself from the Russia investigation has the president questioning his own AG’s competence.

“Sessions should have never recused himself and if he was going to recuse himself he should have told me before he took the job and I would have picked somebody else,” the president told the liberal paper.

What happens if McCain can't go back to work in the Senate?

Sen. John McCain's brain cancer diagnosis raises the question of what would happen if he were unable to carry out his duties in the U.S. Senate.

It could trigger a political free-for-all next year.

Under Arizona law, if McCain were no longer able to serve, the governor must appoint a replacement who has to be from the same party.

The successor would serve until the next statewide election. The winner of that election would serve out the unexpired term, which ends in 2022.

The law would allow Gov. Doug Ducey to appoint himself to fill the seat, according to legal experts.

Pentagon warns of risks after Turkey discloses US forces in Syria

The United States reacted angrily Wednesday after Turkey's state news agency disclosed the locations of American military posts in northern Syria, a move the Pentagon warned could put lives at risk.

The Anadolu Agency (AA) published a report Monday detailing the 10 US military facilities' whereabouts and, in some instances, the number of special operations forces working there.

Pentagon spokesman Major Adrian Rankine-Galloway said the release of sensitive military information exposes coalition forces to "unnecessary risk."

The Latest: Sessions says he will remain in

Attorney General Jeff Sessions says he will remain in office, a day after President Donald Trump rebuked him for recusing himself from the probe into Russian meddling in the 2016 campaign.

Sessions said Thursday he will stay in office "as long as that is appropriate.'

China moved huge military hardware into Tibet after Sikkim standoff: Report

The Chinese Army moved tens of thousands of tonnes of military hardware into the remote mountainous Tibet region after the standoff with Indian troops in the Doklam area in the Sikkim sector+ , the mouthpiece of the PLA+ said today.

The vast haul was transported to a region south of the Kunlun Mountains in northern Tibet by the Western Theatre Command - which oversees the restive regions of Xinjiang and Tibet, and handles border issues with India, reported the PLA Daily, the official mouthpiece of Chinese military.

iHeart’s Battle With Bondholders Reaches Pivotal Point As It Tries to Avert Bankruptcy

bondholder group led by Franklin Resources Inc. is coming to a head in the wake of the company’s proposal of a sweetened offer.

A resolution to the standoff could allow iHeart to avoid bankruptcy.

9-year-old's stumble leads to million-year-old fossil discovery

Nine-year-old Jude Sparks was playing with his brother in the New Mexican desert when he tripped and landed beside a massive skull.

"I didn't know what it was," Sparks, now aged 10, told El Paso ABC affiliate KVIA. "I just knew it wasn't usual."

Sparks later found out he stumbled upon an archaeological treasure: a mostly intact stegomastodon skull.

Fastest decline in solar activity in 9,300 years

“The recent prolonged solar minimum and subsequent weak solar cycle 24 have led to suggestions that the grand solar maximum may be at an end,” says this study on nature.com.The study, published in 2015, looked at past variations of solar activity. In 2010, the study found, scientists estimated a mere 8% chance of a return to Maunder Minimum-like conditions within the next 40 years.However, “the decline in solar activity has continued, to the time of writing, and is faster than any other such decline in 9,300 years.” (Italics added)

German Soldiers Challenge Firing for ‘Sadistic Sexual’ Practices

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Four German soldiers dismissed from the Bundeswehr for hazing and sexual abuse are challenging the judgement of the country’s top military official in court.

Will Trump survive?

It is probably fair to say no American president is more controversial than Donald Trump. With so many powerful forces arrayed against him, can he succeed? Even stay in office? We will see. However, legitimizing the destructive means employed against Trump maybe the real lasting damage.

Mueller expands probe to Trump business transactions

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The U.S. special counsel investigating possible ties between the Donald Trump campaign and Russia in last year’s election is examining a broad range of transactions involving Trump’s businesses as well as those of his associates, according to a person familiar with the probe.

Iran to Retaliate Against the US Sanctions, Might Withdraw from the Nuclear Deal

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Iranian President Hassan Rouhani responded to the latest batch of US sanctions, imposed on particular Iranian business entities and individuals, saying they contradict the purpose of the nuclear deal, adding that Iran will respond appropriately.

Rouhani is walking into a trap. Trump was going to pull out of the deal, but instead is piling sanctions and other provocations onto Iran to force therm to pull out, making Iran seem like the bad guy in all this.

BREAKING: U.S. Supreme Court Rules On Latest Challenge Of Travel Ban!

Supreme Court tells Hawaii Judge Derrick Watson to go to hell and says Trump can enforce his Travel Ban! The Supreme Court has temporarily blocked lower court order that included grandparents as bona fide relatives exempt from travel ban.

Your iPhone could be HACKED unless you update right now

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iPhone owners should update their smartphone as soon as possible.

Apple has rolled-out a new operating system update – iOS 10.3.3 – that patches a number of vulnerabilities in the software, including some that could enable remote code execution on the device.

This would allow a hacker to take control of your iPhone, thanks to a bug in the Broadcom Wi-Fi chip.

Hackers would have complete control over the device, allowing them to access your data and features remotely.

The Student Loan Bubble and Economic Collapse

The inevitable collapse of the student loan “market” and with it the takedown of many higher educational institutions will be one of the happiest and much needed events to look forward to in the coming months/years. Whether the student loan bubble bursts on its own or implodes due to a general economic collapse, does not matter as long as higher education is dealt a death blow and can no longer be a conduit of socialist and egalitarian nonsense for the inculcation of young minds.

WhatsApp WARNING - This new virus secretly FILMS YOU and shares your ENTIRE web history

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WhatsApp users should be on the look-out for a dangerous new form of malware that disguises itself as the successful messenger.

Dubbed GhostCtrl, the malware disguises itself as a number of popular apps, including WhatsApp and Pokemon Go to trick users into downloading the virus.

As soon as the fraudulent app is downloaded, a malicious software package is installed to takeover the device.

This creates a backdoor into the device, enabling cybercriminals to siphon data, including call logs, text messages, contact details, phone numbers, GPS location data and web browser history.

GhostCtrl is also capable of gathering information about core details of the device, like software version, Wi-Fi information, battery level, and more.

Worse still, GhostCtrl can be used to secretly film and record the victim using the smartphone’s built-in camera and microphone.

Toronto man builds park stairs for $550, irking city after $65,000 estimate

A Toronto man who spent $550 building a set of stairs in his community park says he has no regrets, despite the city’s insistence that he should have waited for a $65,000 city project to handle the problem. The city is now threatening to tear down the stairs because they were not built to regulation standards.

WW2 revisionism jeopardizing Zionist hegemony

The Canadian Jewish News website recently reported that a “holocaust” remembrance group headed by the rabid Zionist Mario Silva, a former Liberal MP from Toronto, is stepping up efforts to suppress discussion and debate about what really happened in Germany’s concentration camps during the Second World War.

The prejudicial group, which calls itself the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA), essentially defines “holocaust denial” as anything that is not in complete conformity with Zionist mythology and dogma surrounding WWII.

The True Economy Is Being Exposed & Soon Everyone Learn How Bad It Really Is

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IMF reports that the current problems with Greece are not going away the debt is not sustainable. Harley Davidson is spiraling out of control, sales are crashing. IBM uses accounting trickery to make the company look like it is doing better than it really is.

Turkey Reveals Extent of Illegal US Base Building in Syria

Turkey's state-owned Anadolu news agency has publicized the locations of 10 US bases in northern Syria, many of them previously unknown to the wider public.

National Enquirer releases 'exhaustive investigation' into 'evil Hillary Clinton' claiming she framed the Trump family over Russia and the Don Jr. meeting was a setup

Hillary Clinton and a firm with ties to the Democratic party setup President Donald Trump and his family in an attempt to destroy the billionaire businessman and politician according to the National Enquirer.

The tabloid magazine, which has made no secret of its pro-Trump agenda, came to this conclusion after what they describe as an 'exhaustive investigation' into the matter.

These attempts by 'evil' Hillary to bring down her rival included luring Donald Jr. into meeting with shadowy Russian lawyer Natalia Veselnitskyaya claims the tabloid.

And the firm in the middle of all this is Fusion GPS according to the tabloid, the same group that allegedly compiled Christopher Steele's scandalous dossier of claims about President Trump that was published in January.

Senator John McCain diagnosed with brain cancer

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Just days after John McCain had a blood clot removed above his left eye, late on Wednesday his office announced that McCain has a brain tumor associated with the removed blood clot. In a statement doctors revealed that McCain has been diagnosed with glioblastoma, an aggressive cancer. The statement says the 80-year-old senator and his family are reviewing further treatment, including a combination of chemotherapy and radiation.

George Soros Has Failed

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Thomas and Betsy from the American Intelligence Media describe how Hillary Clinton aligned herself and the DNC with factions outside of the U.S. to influence the 2016 election.

Have YOU spotted it? Russia's 'artificial star' set to light up the sky reaches orbit (but nobody seems to be able to see it)

The Russian ‘artificial star’ Mayak has successfully made it to orbit, putting it on path to become one of the brightest objects in the night sky.
The satellite launched from Baikonur spaceport on July 14 aboard a Soyuz 2.1a rocket, and unfolded its sun reflector upon arrival to orbit.
Once the team has obtained its ID number, sky-gazers will be able to track its location using an app for iOS and Android.

NASA uploads hundreds of historic experimental flight videos to YouTube

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Fans of experimental aircraft from the 20th century are in for a treat. NASA's Armstrong Flight Research Center has begun uploading its entire historical archive to YouTube, making hundreds of videos highlighting different test flights and strange planes from the past 70 years easily accessible.

The videos date back to 1946 when the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics started flight tests in California's Mojave Desert. One of the earliest videos published so far shows the infamous Bell X-1 undergoing test flights in 1947. That plane was the first aircraft to break the "sound barrier" with the legendary Captain Chuck Yeager at the controls.

Something Just Happened & It's A Major Blow To The Bad Guys

Rand Paul says the republican party is pushing towards repealing Obamacare. The government officials do not write the bills the big club writes them and they are passed to their salesman, congressman to sell them to the public.

Hackers Stole $32 Million in Ethereum; 3rd Heist in 20 Days

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On Wednesday, Smart contract coding company Parity issued a security alert, warning of a critical vulnerability in Parity's Ethereum Wallet software, which is described as "the fastest and most secure way of interacting with the Ethereum network."

Exploiting the vulnerability allowed attackers to compromise at least three accounts and steal nearly 153,000 units of Ether worth just almost US$32 million at the current price.

Donald Trump Ends Covert CIA Program To Arm “Moderate” Syrian Rebels

President Donald Trump has elected to end the CIA’s covert program to arm and train “moderate” Syrian rebels fighting against the government of Bashar al-Assad in Syria according to U.S. officials who spoke to the Washington Post. 

Critical Code Injection Flaw In Gnome File Manager Leaves Linux Users Open to Hacking

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A security researcher has discovered a code injection vulnerability in the thumbnail handler component of GNOME Files file manager that could allow hackers to execute malicious code on targeted Linux machines.

Dubbed Bad Taste, the vulnerability (CVE-2017-11421) was discovered by German researcher Nils Dagsson Moskopp, who also released proof-of-concept code on his blog to demonstrate the vulnerability.

The code injection vulnerability resides in "gnome-exe-thumbnailer" — a tool to generate thumbnails from Windows executable files (.exe/.msi/.dll/.lnk) for GNOME, which requires users to have Wine application installed on their systems to open it.

Getting Trump Elected Was Not Enough – We Need A Thousand Liberty Candidates To Run For Office All Over The Nation

The last few weeks have shown us that getting Donald Trump elected is not enough. This Congress is being called “the most unproductive in 164 years”, and thanks to all of the RINOs in the Republican Party Trump’s agenda is sitting dead in the water.

Washington D.C. Is Just A Gigantic Money Eating Machine (Video)

In the following video, Right Wing News reviews Michael Snyder’s assessment of just how bad the money situation is right now in Washington DC, using supporting links that include articles that discuss how the largest generation in history is heading into their golden years right now, and many of them need the market to yield 400% returns in some instances just for their pensions to stay solvent.

Then, there’s the 13+ million teenagers across America who have admitted to exchanging sexual acts just to eat during the Obama years. Couple all that with 102 million currently unemployed Americans, and 9,000 of the country’s largest retailers going out of business before year end, and it should be a wakeup call to anyone with a family to begin making preparations for an inevitable collapse.

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‘We the People’ Are the Walking Dead of the American Police State (Video)

In the following article, John Whitehead of The Rutherford Institute hypothesizes that the reason Americans like AMC’s “apocalyptic drama “The Walking Dead” so much, is because it lets Americans face the end of the world once a week, only they get to live.” Slowly, Whitehead advises the reader that all is not as it seems in America.

Whitehead explains how anyone who has been paying attention knows that it will not take much for the government—i.e., the military—to lock down the nation in the event of a national disaster, perhaps less.The fact that the government has been relentlessly monitoring our communications, tracking our movements, criminalizing our every action, treating us like suspects, and stripping us of our means of defense, has not been for our protection at all, but rather its been more of an ambush, and it is being carried out in plain sight.

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July 19, 2017

Marijuana Industry Projected To Create More Jobs Than Manufacturing By 2020

Jobs. That is what the marijuana industry hopes will keep the Trump administration from cracking down on cannabis companies.

A new report from New Frontier Data projects that by 2020 the legal cannabis market will create more than a quarter of a million jobs. This is more than the expected jobs from manufacturing, utilities or even government jobs, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Marijuana Sales Totaled $6.7 Billion In 2016

North American marijuana sales grew by an unprecedented 30% in 2016 to $6.7 billion as the legal market expands in the U.S. and Canada, according to a new report by Arcview Market Research.

North American sales are projected to top $20.2 billion by 2021 assuming a compound annual growth rate of 25%. The report includes Canada for the first time as it moves towards implementing legal adult use marijuana.

Senate Committee Approves Medical Marijuana for Veterans

The leading lawmaking brass of the United States government is making a push to ensure that doctors employed with the Department of Veterans Affairs can finally write medical marijuana recommendations for those patients living in states with dispensary programs.

Earlier last week, the Senate Appropriations Committee put its seal of approval on an amendment that would—for the first time ever—make medical marijuana access for veterans a part of the Military Construction, Veterans Affairs and Related Agencies Appropriations Bill.

The rider, which was introduced by Senators Steve Daines of Montana and Senator Jeff Merkley of Oregon, would “prohibit the use of funds appropriated or other-wise made available under this Act to interfere with the ability of veterans to participate in medicinal marijuana programs approved by States or deny services to such veterans.”

The Cannabis Industry Apocalypse

Here is the plan.Sessions plans to seize the assets of the big Cannabis companies and use it to bust more people.

Another important clue to their plans comes from a recent DOJ announcement that the DOJ will no longer be donating part of the proceeds that it receives from civil asset forfeitures to a variety of non-profit groups but will instead be keeping all the proceeds for itself to be used for increased staffing and greater enforcement.

In order to address the lack of budget necessary to start large scale enforcement, the Christie Plan lays out the following actions:

Issue Subpoenas to the twenty-nine states that have legalized cannabis, in any form, and demand their entire set of licensing records, for growers, dispensers, doctors, and users.
Use conventional DOJ budgets to hire new DOJ staff to fight the states that refuse to turn over their licensing records. The DOJ will sue each state, in order or revenue, for compliance.

"Obnoxious" job advert slamming millennials has got a whole load of people angry (8 Pics)

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The young are the future… or is that the problem?
A job ad placed online by the Tea House Theatre in London served as a de facto two-by-four across the skull of millennials, prompting a counter on how it is fashionable to blame “lazy millennials” for all of society’s ills.
Addressed to “Dear Millenials,” the ad doesn’t mince words as the company explains that this is the “third time in as many months” they’ve had to run a help wanted ad.

Father beat 3-year-old old daughter to death for failing math lesson and soiling her pants: police

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Meridian police told the city court Monday that a failed math lesson and soiled pants led to the beating death of a 3-year-old child over the weekend.
Meridian Police Detective Kevin Boyd told the court that Joshua A. Salovich, 25, of Davidson Road, Meridian, said, "It was all his fault," following the death of his 3-year-old daughter, Bailey Salovich.

Model arrested by Saudi Arabian religious police after being filmed wearing miniskirt and crop-top in public

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Police in Saudi Arabia have arrested a young woman who posted video of herself in a mini-skirt and crop-top.
The woman, reportedly a model called Khulood, enraged the country's religious police after posting the clip on Snapchat of her walking around a historic fort in Ushayqir in the ultra-conservative province of Najd.

 

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